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Grace Reeves

Description: Photograph of an elderly Grace Reeves. She is wearing a dark blue blouse and glasses. In the foreground is a large bouquet of flowers. Behind her are wooden doors with curtains.
Date: unknown
Partner: Heritage House Museum

[Joe Molly's "The Whang Doodle"]

Description: Photograph of a young woman standing in front of Joe Molly's "The Whang Doodle" a soda fountain in Orange, Texas. There are venetian blinds in the windows and a double screen door on the entrance. A neon sign above the door reads, "Home of the Whang Doodle, 5 cents, Fountain Service" The woman is wearing a dark dress with a white collar and cuffs.
Date: 1941
Partner: Heritage House Museum

Mrs. Eugene Bancroft and Dog

Description: Photograph of Mrs. Eugene Bancroft. She is wearing a long dark skirt with a long-sleeved white blouse. Her hair is white and pulled back. She is looking down at a dog with a collar. She is standing on a walkway in front of a house that has a stoop and screen door. On the right side of the frame is a tree.
Date: unknown
Partner: Heritage House Museum

People Leaving the Methodist Church at Terry

Description: Photograph of a group of people walking out of the Methodist Church at Terry. There are five women walking towards the viewer. They are wearing long dresses, high heels, and hats. One woman is holding a piece of paper over her head. A group of girls in dresses are standing on the porch of the church. Others are coming out of the screen doors. A man in a tie is standing on the left side of the frame. There are bushes in front and on the side of the church.
Date: unknown
Partner: Heritage House Museum

Interior of the Methodist Church at Terry

Description: Photograph of the interior of the Methodist Church at Terry. In the foreground are several folding chairs. On the stage are vases with bouquets of flowers. There is a piano on the right side of the frame with flowers on top of it. There are two dark, shiny doors against the back wall.
Date: unknown
Partner: Heritage House Museum