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[Denton Civic Center, exterior view]

Description: Exterior view of the front of the City of Denton Civic Center. The brick building was built in 1966 and designed by O'Neil Ford. From the pergola hang globe ceramic lamps made by Beaumont Mood, who also fashioned the mounted wall lamps on either side of the doors.
Date: 1967~
Partner: Denton Public Library

[Denton Fire Department]

Description: Exterior view of the City of Denton Fire Department and City Hall on West Oak Street between Cedar and Bolivar Streets. This was the fourth fire station in Denton and the department moved there in 1890. There are a number of unidentified men standing in front of fire station along with a horse-drawn hook and ladder wagon and a horse-drawn chemical wagon. The two white horses were Nip and Tuck. The ladder wagon was pulled by black and white horses, George and Henry.
Date: 1910~
Partner: Denton Public Library

[Denton Fire Department]

Description: Exterior view of the City of Denton Fire Department and City Hall on West Oak Street on the block between Cedar and Bolivar. There are a number of unidentified men standing in front of fire station along with a horse-drawn hook and ladder wagon and a horse-drawn chemical wagon.
Date: 1910~
Partner: Denton Public Library

[Denton Civic Center, exterior view at night]

Description: Exterior view of the front of the Denton Civic Center taken at night. The building was built in 1966 and designed by architect, O'Neil Ford. Ceramic lamps made by Beaumont Mood, adorn the exterior wall and hang from the pergola. The carved wood doors were made by artisan, Lynn Ford.
Date: 1967~
Partner: Denton Public Library

[Emily Fowler]

Description: Head-and-shoulders portrait of Emily Fowler, Denton Public Library Director, (1943-1969) looking into the camera and holding open a book in her arms. Emily Fowler served as librarian of the public library from 1943 until Jan. 1, 1969, and as librarian emeritus until her retirement on October 15, 1969.
Date: unknown
Partner: Denton Public Library

[Photograph of Hickory Creek Park sign]

Description: Photograph of City of Denton's Hickory Creek Park sign is surrounded by trees and a partly cloudy sky. Beside an arrow indicating forward, the sign reads "Picnic Tables - Fireplaces - Rest Rooms - Boat Launching - Parking." At the bottom of the sign, in cursive, the words "Visitors Welcome" are written. Hickory Creek Park was maintained by the City of Denton Parks Department from 1961 to 1977. The 422 acre park site was nine miles south-east of the City of Denton on the north shores of the Hickory Creek arm of the Garza-Little Elm reservoir, (now Lake Lewisville).
Date: unknown
Partner: Denton Public Library

[Andy Anderson and Pedro Parsons in front of a City of Denton police car]

Description: I.E. (Andy) Anderson, resting his arm on the outside hood of the car, and James H. (Pedro) Parsons, writing on a piece of paper on a clipboard, are standing in front of a car labeled "Denton 10 Police." Mr. Anderson was the Chief of Police for the City of Denton from 1957-1964. Mr. Parsons who had worked for the City since September 1, 1940 and was the Head of the Municipal Garage. He oversaw the maintenance on all city vehicles. That department was then in the building on East Hickory, which is now the Visual Arts Center.
Date: 1957/1964
Partner: Denton Public Library

[Andy Anderson and Pedro Parsons in front of a City of Denton police car]

Description: I.E. (Andy) Anderson, pointing inside of the opened hood of the car, and James H. (Pedro) Parsons, writing on a piece of paper on a clipboard, are standing in front of a car labeled "Denton 10 Police." Mr. Anderson was the Chief of Police for the City of Denton from 1957-1964. Mr. Parsons was the Head of the Municipal Garage and had been an employee of the City since September 1, 1940.
Date: 1957/1964
Partner: Denton Public Library

[City of Denton Municipal Generating Station]

Description: A photograph of the 1961 construction and expansion of the City of Denton Municipal Generating Station. A man is operation a large Koehring crane in front of the steam power plant. There are various construction materials visible in the foreground, and a few workers are found on the construction site. There are two men working with a cement truck near the construction site. The Koehring crane has a sign on it that reads "Davis Brothers Contractors Phone: 382-8921 Denton, Texas."
Date: unknown
Partner: Denton Public Library

[City of Denton Municipal Generating Station]

Description: A photograph of the City of Denton Municipal Generating Station addition 1961. The steam plant is visible behind a large crane and construction site. A few workers and small buildings are visible in the background. The crane is pulled up to a dug out section of ground which will form the foundation of the power plant addition. Inside the dug out area, there are several workers and a frame foundation made of metal poles and wooden planks. Some of the men in the dug out area are wearing caps and Western hats. One of the men is wearing a hard-hat.
Date: unknown
Partner: Denton Public Library

[City of Denton Municipal Generating Station]

Description: Photograph of the 1961 construction and addition to the City of Denton Municipal Generating Station. The steam power plant is visible behind a large Koehring crane and construction site. Several small building and workers are visible in the background. One man is working in the foreground near the crane. A Chevrolet truck is visible to the right with license plate, "IW-4789."
Date: unknown
Partner: Denton Public Library
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