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[Johnson Street Elementary School students]

Description: Photograph of students at Johnson Street Elementary School in Amarillo, Texas. Students are standing and seated in six rows before the outside wall of a brick building. The teacher is standing at the right of the photograph in one of the middle rows. One student is identified as Carradine Fields on the front of the photograph.
Date: unknown
Partner: Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum

[Canyon High School football team]

Description: Photograph of a Canyon High School football team posed in 4 rows before the entry steps of a building. They are wearing football uniforms, and a football is placed at the center of the front row. Individuals are identified on the verso: first row (seated, starting with the 4th from the left): J. O. Parker, Otis Higdon, John Johnson, Morris Beavers. Second row (kneeling, l to r): John Gilliam, Harvey Cash, unidentified, Dee Lowry, Walter Dubbs, Henry Wiggins, Ernest O'Donald, Winston O'Keefe. Third row (standing, l to r): Howard Williams, Curtis Brown, Wayne Johnson, Brewer Neal, Bill Redfearn, "Bud" Cross, Charles Strain. Fourth row (l to r): Ernest Covington, Robert Patton Jarrett, unidentified, unidentified, Wheeler Knox, J. B. Watson, and Coach W. N. Anderson.
Date: 192u
Partner: Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum

[Interior of Cousins Hall]

Description: Photograph of the sitting room of Cousins Hall, the women's dormitory at West Texas State Normal College. The room is furnished with several arm chairs and rocking chairs, a table, a divan, potted plants and an upright piano. Windows along the perimeter of the room are curtained. Two light fixtures are suspended from the ceiling.
Date: 192u
Partner: Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum

Citizens of Canyon and visitors at the dedication of the Education Building at the West Texas State Teachers College in the fall of 1928

Description: Photograph of a group of people, posed standing, kneeling and seated outside of Randall Hall. Numbers have been added to the image next to several individuals, who are identified on the verso: 1. T.B. McCarter 2. Mrs. Geraldine Green 3. Miss Linnie Babston 4 Miss Mary Morgan Brown 5 Mrs. Tommie Montfort 6 Miss Mary E. Hudspeth 7 Miss Tennessee Malone 8 R.A. Terrill 9 C. W. Warwick 10. Mrs. C. W. Warwick 11. L.A. Allen 12 D.A. Shirley 13. Wallace R. Clark 14. L.F. Sheffy 15. Dr. S.L. Ingham 16. Travis Shaw 17. Mrs. Travis Shaw 18. Miss Mattie Swayne 19. Dr. R.P. Jarrett 20 President J.A. Hill 21. Miss Edna Graham 22. Miss Jennie C.Ritchie 24. Mrs. T.V. Reeves 25. T.M.Clark 26. Mrs. J.A. Hill 27. Mrs. Wallingford
Date: October 20, 1928
Partner: Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum

[Assembly at West Texas State Teachers College]

Description: Photograph of a group of people on stage at the West Texas State Teachers College auditorium. One man, probably college president Joseph A. Hill, stands at the front of the stage at one side a small table draped with a large Texas flag. A large volume is on the table. A group of about forty men and women are seated in rows on the stage. One woman is seated by herself at the far left of the stage. Some audience members are visible at the front of the auditorium seating area.
Date: 192u
Partner: Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum

[Auditorum, West Texas State Normal College main building]

Description: Photograph of the auditorium of the recently completed building, taken the day of its dedication ceremony. The view is from the rear of the room, looking toward the stage, which is set up with benches, statuary, potted plants, and a piano. Two men are standing on the stage and one man is standing in front of the stage on the far right.
Date: April 21, 1916
Partner: Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum

Happy Jack school

Description: Photograph of a group of five girls, three boys and a female teacher at the doorway to a dugout schoolhouse. The children are of various ages; one boy holds a small bunch of flowers and one girl holds a U.S. flag.
Date: unknown
Partner: Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum

[Runners in a foot race]

Description: Photograph of the conclusion of a race at a West Texas State Normal College track meet. Five men wearing team uniforms are racing to the finish line and a sixth runner is partially visible on the left. A covered wooden grandstand filled with spectators is in the background and other spectators are standing along the track.
Date: unknown
Partner: Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum

[Hallway in Alice Landergin School]

Description: Photograph of a hallway in the Alice Landergin School, an elementary school in Amarillo, Texas. There are student lockers along both sides of the hallway. There are also three drinking fountains. A clock is mounted on one wall, and glass light fixtures are suspended from the ceiling. A window is visible at the end of the hallway.
Date: 1928
Partner: Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum

[Chemistry class at the Canadian Baptist Academy]

Description: Photograph of six women and one man working in a chemistry lab at the Canadian Baptist Academy. The photograph includes the class instructor, Dr. T. L. Eyerly who stands at the far end of the table. The photograph was printed as a post card and has a note written on the back by Carrie Killebrew, a student in the class, to her cousin, Mrs. Myrtle May Wilson in Temple, Oklahoma.
Date: 1908
Partner: Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum

Clarendon, Texas grade school class room

Description: Photograph of a classroom at Clarendon School in Clarendon, Texas. The photograph was taken from the front of the classroom and shows the back coat closet and four small blackboards. Names of students are written on three of the blackboards with the name of the school's architect, Guy A. Carlander, written on the fourth.. The classroom has five rows of desks. Windows are visible on one side wall.
Date: [1922~]
Partner: Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum

First unit, Alice Landergin School, Amarillo, Texas

Description: Photograph of Alice Landergin elementary school in Amarillo, Texas, probably taken soon after the building was completed. The building is of brick and has a clay tile roof. It has three decorative arched doorways and a decorative band around the building. In front of the building is the flagpole. The architect of the school, Guy A. Carlander, is named on the verso.
Date: September 1928
Partner: Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum