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[Photograph of Dr. Duane M. Leach at Forum]

Description: Photograph of an older, middle-aged man standing on a stage, which is a dark, rusty red carpet color covering the stage beneath his feet. He is standing behind a wood podium bearing the a wood cutout in the shape of Texas and painted with the Texas flag pattern and bluebonnet on the front. To his left are two short steps down from the stage, a small potted tree in a white basket, and the American flag. A light blue banner reading "John Ben Shepperd, Public Leadership Forum," hangs above him, against the light-colored brick wall, in the background. Handwritten notes on the back of the photo indicate the object's folder location.
Date: unknown
Partner: University of Texas Permian Basin

[Photograph of John Ben Shepperd Standing with Historical Marker]

Description: Photograph of two older middle-aged men in dark suits standing on either side of a large Texan Historical Marker with the title, "The Pecos Cantaloupe." The man on the left has graying dark hair, dark-rimmed clear glasses, a red-striped tie. The man on the right, who has lighter gray hair, is turned to the left, slightly away from the camera and is also wearing a red tie. The marker is made of shiny silver metal and dark metal, with a large block of text below the title and the Texan historical marker insignia at the top of the marker. The men and marker are right in front a tall, cream-colored stone wall with a tall window on the left side.
Date: unknown
Partner: University of Texas Permian Basin

[Photograph of Texas Capitol Building from Walton Building]

Description: Photograph of the Texas State Capitol building and front lawn grounds, taken from the Walton Building in Austin, Texas. There are automobiles parked in the parking spots at the edge of the drive surrounding the right side of the center strip of lawn. On the back of the photograph there is handwritten text signed by Jake Johnson.
Date: unknown
Location Info:
Partner: University of Texas Permian Basin