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[First Jury in the New Courthouse, 1913]

Description: Photograph of the first jury, judge, and attorneys involved in the first trial in the new courthouse, likely in Jones County. There are fifteen portraits, each labelled with the pictured man's name underneath. Listed from left to right and top to bottom; "M. M. Co[a]llings," "A. D. Ewing," Jno. I. Rogers, foreman," "M. C. Myers," "L. P. Shirley," "W. H. Bennett," "H. W. Renfro," "Jno. Prest[..]," "Tom W. Hines," "J. R. Scott," "F. P. West," "Co. Atty. J. K. Russell," "Judge O. L. Lockett," "[..] Co. Atty. W. E. Myers," and "Brooks Thompson."
Date: 1913
Partner: Johnson County Historical Commission

[Photo of Major E. M. Heath, L. M. Head, A. A. Head and Confederate Soldiers]

Description: Photograph of several confederate soldiers and nurses at a reunion of confederate soldiers. The man in the top right is identified as "Major E. M. Heath" and the woman next to him is one of his daughters. The front left man is "A. A. (Ben) Head," and the front right man is "L. M. (Bud) Head." The other two women are nurses and the other men are not identified. There is an attached note on the left side of the photo listing details about the pictured people.
Date: [..1902]
Partner: Johnson County Historical Commission

[Street Cars in Cleburne, Texas]

Description: Photograph of a large group of people standing in front of two street cars at the corner of Henderson and Caddo in Cleburne, Texas. Several of the people are holding bicycles and the store fronts behind the street cars are labelled, "Bank," and "Nickel Store."
Date: 1911
Partner: Johnson County Historical Commission

[Photo of Battery B, 132nd Field Artillery, 36th Division]

Description: Photograph of the members of Battery B, 132nd Field Artillery, 36th Division and Medical Corps detachment. The uniformed men are standing or crouching in lines in front of military vehicles. The text "Battery "B," 132nd Field Artillery, 36th Division, Cleburne Tex. Dec. 12, 1940. Medical Corps Detachment On Front Row." is printed across the bottom on the photo. There is a list of the names of the pictured men on the back of the photo. The image is part of the collection of The Layland Museum-Cleburne,TX.
Date: December 12, 1940
Partner: Johnson County Historical Commission

[Group Photo of Confederate Veterans in Cleburne, Texas]

Description: Photograph of the Pat Cleburne United Confederate Veterans, mostly likely in front of the Cleburne County Courthouse. There are forty-five people in the photo and they are labeled with numbers which correspond the the list at the bottom of the photo. The identifying information includes each person's name and where they served in the Civil War. Several of the men are using crutches and are amputees, and most of the men are wearing suits.
Date: 1893~
Partner: Johnson County Historical Commission

[Scan of 132nd Field Artillery, 36th Division With List of Names]

Description: Photo scan of the members of Battery B, 132nd Field Artillery, 36th Division and Medical Corps detachment. The uniformed men are standing or crouching in lines in front of military vehicles. The text "Battery "B," 132nd Field Artillery, 36th Division, Cleburne Tex. Dec. 12, 1940. Medical Corps Detachment On Front Row." is printed across the bottom on the photo. The accompanying document lists the names of the men in the photo.
Date: unknown
Partner: Johnson County Historical Commission

[Schepps Bakery Baseball Team, The Yellow Jackets]

Description: Photograph of the Schepps Bakery Baseball Team, The Yellow Jackets, which was part of the Cleburne Amateur Baseball League. There are thirteen men in the photo, twelve in baseball uniforms and one wearing a suite. The names are listed on the back with a small picture numbering the men; "1. Jack Bowers, Manager 2. Lewis Stevens 3. J. B. McKemie 4. Lawrence Crutcher 5. Clayton (Tut) Harris 6. Harold Watson 7. Horace King 8. R. D. Patton 9. Tuffy Laytand 10. Lowell L. (Red) Harris 11. Jack Bowers, Jr. 12. Johnny Caldwell 13. ? Jones Note: Names of 12 and 13 may be inverted."
Date: 1930~
Partner: Johnson County Historical Commission

[Newspaper Clipping: Ceremony to Honor Veteran of Civil War]

Description: Newspaper clipping of the article "Ceremony to honor veteran of Civil War" with a photo of sixteen people including Levi Marion Head, who is the subject of the newspaper article. The article announces the dedication of a marker honoring Levi Marion Head to be placed in the Buel Cemetery, hosted by Head's great-great-grandson, Benjamin L. Head, the Gen. Richardson Taylor Camp No. 1308 of the Sons of Confederate Veterans in Shreveport, Lousiana, the Belle Boyd Chapter of the Order of the Confederate Rose, The Lone Star Chapter No. 8, OCR, and the Head family. The article also includes some biographical information about Head's descendants who still live in the Johnson County, Texas.
Date: March 23, 2000
Creator: Strickland, Jay
Partner: Johnson County Historical Commission

[Ringling Brothers Circus in Cleburne, Texas]

Description: Photograph of the Ringling Brothers Circus in Cleburne, Texas, parading through the downtown. There are several elephants visible walking in a line and two ornate tableau wagons, each drawn by a team of four horses. There is a large crowd in front of the shops lining the street.
Date: 1896
Partner: Johnson County Historical Commission
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