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[Ruins of Old Fort Davis]

Description: Photograph of the ruins of old Fort Davis taken from a distance. A long, low, skeletal structure stretches across a wide expanse of sparsely vegetated ground. Several hills loom in the background.
Date: unknown
Creator: King, Harold A.
Partner: Fort Davis Overland Trail

[C. H. Bird's Apple Orchard in Bloom]

Description: Photograph of C. H. Bird's apple orchard in full bloom. The trees are arranged in straight rows with a generous amount of space between each individual tree. The ground beneath the trees is largely bare. A densely vegetated hill rises up in the background on the left side.
Date: unknown
Creator: Duncan Photo
Partner: Fort Davis Overland Trail

[The Reynolds Brothers at the Rock Pile]

Description: Photograph of the Reynolds brothers containing a large herd of horses, which the back of the photograph refers to as "remuda," in rope corrals. In the background on the right side of the frame, a large pile of boulders is visible. In the background on the left side of the frame, the base of a large hill is visible.
Date: unknown
Partner: Fort Davis Overland Trail

[Distant View of Fort]

Description: Photograph of Fort Davis taken from a high vantage point. The back of the photograph reads. "D. Noble probably took this view---Mrs. Janes had a lot of his negatives, and she gave them to me. I found it in an envelope with long letter re Masonic Lodge bldgs. Mailed to me in 1960 from Mrs. Lois Thompson Brown. Sco. 9-1-71. Apparently this pic really goes back in the years. " A line that has been crossed out reads "the long white building was probably the Caruthers' home."
Date: unknown
Creator: Noble. D.
Partner: Fort Davis Overland Trail

[Wood Hauler Boy on Mule #2]

Description: Photograph of a young wood hauler sitting on the back of a light-colored Mule with empty baskets hanging from its side. The mule is facing the left side of the frame while the boy faces the camera. A dark-colored cap is pulled low, covering his eyes. A brick wall in poor condition stretches across the frame behind them.
Date: unknown
Partner: Fort Davis Overland Trail

[The Limpia Post Office]

Description: Photograph of the Limpia Post Office, a small wooden shack. Two horses and a cart stand in front of the building. The back of the card reads "Thirteen or fourteen miles down Limpia from Fort Davis. Windmill and tank are there now, no evidence of post office. Warren Bloys ran it for McCutcheon."
Date: unknown
Partner: Fort Davis Overland Trail

[Union Trading Company with Adobe Walls]

Description: Photograph of the Union Trading Company before the adobe building was altered to have a rock facing. The back of the photograph describes the process by which it was altered. The building itself is long and low with a gabled roof covering the right half. The ground in front of it is largely bare. Several men stand outside of the doors.
Date: unknown
Partner: Fort Davis Overland Trail

[Nick Mersefelder Standing with a Bicycle]

Description: Photograph of Nick Mersefelder standing outside of his house with a bicycle. His body is turned towards the right side of the frame, but he is looking back towards the left side of the frame. He is wearing a long-sleeved collared shirt and dark-colored pants with a wide-brimmed hat. The bicycle has a bag attached to the handlebars. His house is covered in light-colored siding and features a wide front porch.
Date: unknown
Partner: Fort Davis Overland Trail

[Mrs. Mattie Belle Anderson Posing]

Description: Photograph of Mrs. Mattie Belle Anderson posing on her 84th birthday. She is sitting and wearing a long, dark dress with boots and a light-colored collar. A note on the front of the photo reads "Mrs. Mattie Belle Anderson, a native from Kentucky, the early public school teacher in Ft. Davis in the 1880s. She later becomes Postmistress in 1886"
Date: unknown
Partner: Fort Davis Overland Trail

[Campmeeting Cook Clemente Calderon]

Description: Photograph of Clemente Calderon "of Valentine," a campmeeting cook. He is wearing a wide-brimmed hat and apron and is using a tool with a long handle while looking down. Another man in a wide-brimmed hat is standing in the background and looking toward the camera.
Date: unknown
Partner: Fort Davis Overland Trail

[Officer Quarters of Old Fort Davis]

Description: Photograph of the Officer quarters of old Fort Davis. There is a large rock formation behind the various buildings. The back of the photograph notes "The Gillespies lived in # 3 until Mr. Gillespie's death. When Mrs. Gillespie and Bess returned to Ft. Davis they lived in # 9. Later moved 'uptown' to the north half of the Jeff Davis Country Club."
Date: unknown
Partner: Fort Davis Overland Trail

[Baptist Church Parsonage]

Description: Photograph of the parsonage of a Baptist Church. The house is a small, single story structure with a wraparound porch that is surrounded by a low fence. The back of the photograph notes that it was "built by Knox."
Date: unknown
Partner: Fort Davis Overland Trail

[Residence Scene on Court Avenue]

Description: Postcard of Court Avenue in Fort Davis, Texas. The photograph has been taken from a high vantage point, looking down a dirt road lined with homes on the left side and power lines on the right side. Several hills are visible in the background.
Date: unknown
Creator: Duncan Photo
Partner: Fort Davis Overland Trail
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