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[Photograph of Lee Turney Driving an Automobile]

Description: Photograph of Lee Turney driving an automobile, being apart of the Davis-Turney Auto Co., with S. G. Davis sitting in the front seat. Nelle Turney and Mrs. Wallace Marshall are both sitting in the back seat with a third unidentified woman.
Date: 1911~
Partner: Murphy Historical Society Inc.

[Photograph of Men at the 1915 Convention of Texas Launderer's Association]

Description: Photograph of the men and women in attendance of the 1915 Convention of Texas Launderer's Association in Dallas, Texas. There are three indistinct rows of people, those in the front are kneeling down and those behind are standing between one another to have their faces visible. The man with the X above his head, is Michael Collins, father of Mayme Bahl. He owned the Artesian Laundry in Waco, TX.
Date: [1915-01-27..1915-01-28]
Creator: Rogers, Frank
Partner: Private Collection of Margay Welch

[Scrapbook Page: Denton and Camp Bowie Scenes]

Description: Scrapbook page with seven photographs depicting scenes of people in Denton, Camp Bowie, and Dallas. The first column includes photos of Vernon Castle's airplane, a group of women standing around the Red Cross bull, and the Denton Bagpipers marching at courthouse square in Denton, Texas. The second column includes photos of Bowie, Texas: "Guard mount at Bowie" and "Company Street, Co 'H', 144 U.S. Inf." The third column includes photos of Joe Gurley and a group of uniformed band members in Dalla… more
Date: 1918~
Partner: Fort Worth Museum of Science and History

[Scrapbook Page: Kentucky, Tennessee, and Texas Scenes]

Description: Scrapbook page with nine photographs depicting scenes and people in Tennessee, Kentucky, and Texas. The first row includes photos of a woman named Julie in Texas, and railroad tracks in the Cumberlands, Kentucky, and Tennessee, with one captioned "The Queen and Crescent." The second row includes another photo of Julie, a group of graduates in Dallas, a group of women captioned "Beyer, Stella Owsley, and Jule," and an older women dressed in black, with the caption, "Mrs. Flanagan - a peach."
Date: 1918~
Partner: Fort Worth Museum of Science and History
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