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[Withers Family on Brazos River Bridge]

Description: Photograph of the Withers family posing on a bridge that spans the Brazos River. They are identified from left to right as Ella Lee Withers, Jordan Withers, Sue Vaughan, and Doctor Horatio Withers. Ella Lee is wearing a dress and a floral hat while holding an umbrella. Jordan is an infant in a dress and Sue is a young girl wearing a broad brimmed hat; they are both seated on the back of the buggy. Horatio has a greying beard and is wearing a dark vest and bow tie.
Date: 1904~
Partner: Palo Pinto County Historical Association

Dark Valley Brazos River Bridge

Description: Photograph of the first bridge over the Brazos River at Dark Valley Creek. Much of the lower left diagonal half of the photo is obscured. Three women can be seen standing on the bridge with three boys. One woman holds an umbrella over her head. The boys are wearing straw hats, white shirts, and neckties. A slip of paper inscribed with the words "Dark Valley Brazos River Bridge" is taped to the photo's mat.
Date: unknown
Partner: Palo Pinto County Historical Association

[Bridge Being Built over the Brazos River]

Description: Photograph of a group of men building a truss bridge over the Brazos River. Many of the bridge's vertical and crossed beams are already in place. A crane on the right rests on a rail track that extends onto the bridge. Men stand idle to the left with barrels, tools, and a pile of rope at their feet.
Date: 1900~
Partner: Palo Pinto County Historical Association

River Bridge Between Graford and Palo Pinto

Description: Photograph of nine people standing in front of a bridge that crosses the Brazos River between Graford and Palo Pinto, Texas. Four of the middle aged or older men stand to the left, while three more kneel in front of them. Two women wearing dresses and head scarfs stand in front of a tree to the right.
Date: unknown
Partner: Palo Pinto County Historical Association

[Photograph of Marfa, Texas]

Description: Photograph of the landscape near Marfa, Texas. In the background, the outskirts of Marfa can be seen, including some buildings and windmills. A river runs close to the buildings, and a bridge and road with several cars on it has been built over the river, continuing out of frame on either side.
Date: unknown
Creator: Duncan, Frank
Partner: Marfa Public Library

[Riprap and Railroad Track]

Description: Photographs taken during the construction of Garza Dam in Dallas County, Texas. The first image (numbered 283) is of a slope covered in rocks, with a pile of rocks at the bottom and a railroad track at the top. The second image (numbered 284) is of railroad tracks at the top of a hill, leading towards a bridge across the spillway of a dam. Handwritten text on the images identify them as: (top) "Garza Dam Showing Progress of Riprap S.W. from Sta. 63" and (bottom) "Garza Dam Track Arrangement to Transfer Riprap Rock from Standard gage cars to narrow gage cars," both taken on 08-12-26.
Date: 1926
Creator: Dallas Water Utilities
Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives

[Spillway Bridge]

Description: Photograph taken during the construction of Garza Dam in Dallas County, Texas. The image (numbered 339) is of a bridge at the top of a spillway. Handwritten text on the image identifies it as "Garza Dam Spillway and Bridge North from Upstream Side" taken on 12-29-27.
Date: 1927
Creator: Dallas Water Utilities
Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives

[Spillway and Bridge]

Description: Photographs taken during the construction of Garza Dam in Dallas County, Texas. The first image (numbered 208) is of a concrete spillway. The second image (numbered 214) is of a bridge being constructed on top of a spillway. Handwritten text on the images identify them as: (top) "Garza Dam Spillway Looking Northwest" taken on 09-16-25, and (bottom) "Garza Dam Spillway and Spillway Bridge Looking Northwest" taken on 10-24-25.
Date: 1925
Creator: Dallas Water Utilities
Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives

[Spillway and Bridge]

Description: Photographs taken during the construction of Garza Dam in Dallas County, Texas. The first image (numbered P-24) is of a bridge being constructed on top of a spillway. The second image (numbered P-28) is of a bridge built on a spillway. Handwritten text on the images identify them as: (top) "Garza Dam Spillway and Bridge from Downstream Side Looking North" taken on 11-24-25, and (bottom) "Garza Dam Spillway and Spillway Bridge Looking South from Downstream Side" taken on 01-05-26.
Date: [1925..1926]
Creator: Dallas Water Utilities
Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives

[Garza Dam Aerial Views]

Description: Photographs taken during the construction of Garza Dam in Dallas County, Texas. The first image is an aerial view of concrete conduits being built between two mounds of dirt, with a bridge in the background. The second image is an aerial view of the dam construction, with several dirt roads and buildings visible. There is no handwritten text on the images.
Date: unknown
Creator: Dallas Water Utilities
Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives

[Garza Dam After Storm]

Description: Photographs taken during the construction of Garza Dam in Dallas County, Texas. The first image (numbered 303) is of a lake at the bottom of a slope covered with rocks, with telephone poles partially submerged in the water. The second image (numbered 304) is of waves hitting a rock slope, with a dam spillway and bridge in the distance. Handwritten text on the images identify them as: (top) "Garza Dam Looking North from Stoplog Tower after Storm" and (bottom) "Garza Dam Looking Northeast from Sta. 95 after Storm," both taken on 03-01-27.
Date: 1927
Creator: Dallas Water Utilities
Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives

[Dam and Spillway]

Description: Photographs taken during the construction of Garza Dam in Dallas County, Texas. The first image (numbered P-38) is of a dirt dam with a crane and water near it. The second image (numbered P-39) is of a bridge built on a concrete spillway near a lake. Handwritten text on the images identify them as: (top) "Garza Dam Looking North from Top of Concrete Plant" and (bottom) "Garza Dam Looking South from Top of Concrete Plant," both taken on 05-12-26.
Date: 1926
Creator: Dallas Water Utilities
Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives

[Loading Rock and Transferring Cars]

Description: Photographs taken during the construction of Garza Dam in Dallas County, Texas. The first image (numbered 292) is of a crane lifting rocks from a pile into a truck. The second image (numbered 295) is of men moving large stones from one train car to another before going over a spillway bridge. Handwritten text on the images identify them as: (top) "Garza Dam Loading Local Rock in Trucks for Riprap" taken on 10-08-26, and (bottom) "Garza Dam Transferring Riprap Rock from Standard to Narrow G. Cars" taken on 10-27-26.
Date: 1926
Creator: Dallas Water Utilities
Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives

[Spillway Bridge]

Description: Photographs taken during the construction of Garza Dam in Dallas County, Texas. The first image (numbered 224) is of steel reinforcements in the floor of a bridge.The second image (numbered 330) is of a bridge on top of a spillway. Handwritten text on the images identify them as: (top) "Garza Dam Reinforcing Steel in Spillway Bridge Floor" taken on 12-11-25, and (bottom) "Garza Dam Looking North at Spillway and Bridge" taken on 10-03-27.
Date: [1925..1927]
Creator: Dallas Water Utilities
Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives

[Spillway and Bridge]

Description: Photographs taken during the construction of Garza Dam in Dallas County, Texas. The first image (numbered P-14) is of a large concrete spillway with concrete structures on either side. The second image (numbered P-17) is of a concrete spillway with the framework of a bridge at the top. Handwritten text on the images identify them as: (top) "Garza Dam Spillway Looking South, Concrete Plant" taken on 08-21-25, and (bottom) "Garza Dam Spillway Looking North Showing Progress on Erection of Spillway Bridge" taken on 10-21-25.
Date: 1925
Creator: Dallas Water Utilities
Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives