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[Nelson Merrell House Exterior]

Description: Photographs on contact sheet of the exterior of a home that once belonged to Captain Nelson Merrell. The first two photos show close up views of the two story home, while the third photo shows the home at a distance, surrounded by trees and a field or large yard. The top picture faces northeast, the middle faces northwest, and the bottom photo faces southeast.
Date: 1960?
Partner: Round Rock Public Library

[Group Gathered Around Round Rock Marker]

Description: Photograph taken facing east of a group of people posed around the historic marker for Round Rock in Brushy Creek. The marker is posted on a tall stone wall. The group are labeled on the back, "Left to right: Mayor Dale Hester, Postmaster Martin Parker, Mrs. John W. Ledbetter Sr., Pastor Oliver Berglund, Gina Antill, Supt. Noel Grisham, Mrs. John Cornforth, Johnette Ledbetter, Bernice Antill, Mrs. D. B. Gregg, The Rev. Bob Watson".
Date: November 7, 1971
Partner: Round Rock Public Library

[Photographs of the Owens House Complex]

Description: Four photographs of structures in the Owens House complex. The first photo is of a Texas historic marker on the property. Photo two shows a two-story house with a sign that reads, "St. Charles Square" and "Welcome". Photo three shows the same building at an angle from the right, with more signs seen in the left foreground and the top of a picket fence seen at the bottom edge of the photo. In photo four, a small, one-story building can be seen with another sign fro St. Charles Square seen attached to the side. The building has a set of double front doors, and a road can be seen to the right.
Date: 199X
Partner: Round Rock Public Library

[Ringing of Bell at Trinity College]

Description: Photograph taken facing northeast of Zelma Presler Gregg and Reverend Robert Fellows ringing a large bell that is seen positioned on a low brick wall, with a partial building and foliage seen in the background. The photo is printed onto a larger card, where "2 col Bell" can be seen written on the far right side in blue ink.
Date: May 28, 1972
Partner: Round Rock Public Library

[Nelson Merrell Home, Back Exterior]

Description: Photograph of the back exterior of the Nelson Merrell house, once owned by Captain Nelson Merrell. The photo is taken facing south, where a walkway leading up through a garden of shrubs to the two-story home's porch can be seen in the foreground, and bare tree branches that frame the view can be seen on either side of the photo. At the photo's bottom edge, a wood fence can be partially seen.
Date: 1990
Partner: Round Rock Public Library

[Trinity College]

Description: Photograph of Trinity College in Round Rock Texas, a two story building with a third sub level that appears built in the style of Mission Revival. Two bell towers can be seen on the foremost side of the building, each with a large building entrance at the base. The words, "Trinity Collage Round Rock, Tex." can be seen inscribed at the bottom edge of the photo.
Date: unknown
Partner: Round Rock Public Library

[Nelson Merrell Home, View of Smoke House]

Description: Photograph of the crumbled remains of what was once a smokehouse on the Nelson Merrell property. The photo is taken facing northeast, and a grouping of trees can be seen behind the remains, while a small, shed-like building can be seen beyond the trees in the background. Parts of a shrub and a pathway can be seen in the foreground, at the bottom edge of the photo.
Date: 1990
Partner: Round Rock Public Library

[Photo of Robert G. Griffith]

Description: Photograph of Robert G. Griffith standing outdoors in front of two trees, with two older children seen walking in the background to the right. Two sets of handwriting on the back of the photo read, "Coach Griffith" and "7th grade Round Rock".
Date: 195X
Partner: Round Rock Public Library

[Dedication at the Round Rock Marker]

Description: Photograph taken facing northeast of individuals gathered at a historic marker dedication ceremony for Round Rock in Brushy Creek. Several individuals and a car can be seen gather in the left background. In the right foreground Zelma Presler Gregg (Mrs. D.B. Gregg) can be seen standing with two young girls, Gina Antill in the white hat,and Bernice Antill in the spotted cap.
Date: November 7, 1971
Partner: Round Rock Public Library

[Samuel Bass Gravestone]

Description: Photograph of the gravestone of outlaw, Samuel Bass, with a field of grass and tree seen in the background behind a chain link fence. Text on the stone reads, " Samuel Bass BORN July 21, 1851 DIED July 21, 1878 Age 27 Years, A brave man reposes in death here. Why was he not true?" A vase of pink flowers can be seen in front of the headstone.
Date: 19uu
Partner: Round Rock Public Library

[Aerial Photograph of Round Rock, Texas]

Description: Black and white aerial photograph of Round Rock, Texas, taken facing south by southwest. US Highway 79 can be seen in the foreground running left to right (west to east) an intersecting with Mays Avenue, which runs from the lower right to the southern horizon in the distance. Downtown Round Rock can be seen in the left center of the photo, and a water tower can be seen in its midst. A note can be seen written on the back reads, "Picture made about 1950" along with Noel Grisham's signature in different colored ink and another scratched out note.
Date: 1950~
Creator: Douglas, Neal
Partner: Round Rock Public Library

[Group at Dedication of Round Rock Marker]

Description: Photograph taken facing west of a group of people gathered around for a historic marker dedication ceremony for Round Rock in Brushy Creek. Cars can be seen behind the group, and a railroad bridge can be seen in the background. A man on the left can be seen kneeling to take a picture of something out of view.
Date: November 7, 1971
Partner: Round Rock Public Library

[Group Standing at Round Rock Marker Ceremony]

Description: Photograph taken facing west of several individuals gathered for a historic marker dedication ceremony for Round Rock in Brushy Creek.. A woman in sunglasses an cape styled coat can be seen in the left foreground, while a woman in a blue coat and white hat can be seen to the right. A railroad bridge can be seen in the background and a creek can be seen to the left, beyond the group.
Date: November 7, 1971
Partner: Round Rock Public Library

[Photo Taken During Dedication of the Round Rock Marker]

Description: Photograph taken facing east of several individuals standing during a historic marker dedication ceremony for Round Rock in Brushy Creek. A highway bridge can be seen in the back ground, and a creek can be seen against a tree line to the far right. A woman stands near the center of the group, seen wearing a bright red coat, and another woman in a black coat can be seen from behind, walking to the right.
Date: November 7, 1971
Partner: Round Rock Public Library

[Nelson Merrell House Interior]

Description: Photographs on contact sheet of the interior of a home that once belonged to Captain Nelson Merrell. The top photo shows a view of a stair case, with a seating area seen to the left and a passage to another room seen in the background. The bottom photo shows a kitchen dining table, with a door frame seen to the left, and large wooden cabinet doors seen to the right. A metal shelf can be sen hung on the wall above the table.
Date: 1960?
Partner: Round Rock Public Library

[Noel Grisham at Trinity College Historic Marker Ceremony]

Description: Photograph taken facing north at a historic marker dedication ceremony for Trinity College. Noel Grisham can be seen standing at a podium on a small stage outdoors, with a large bell seen on the stage to the right. A building can be seen in the right background, and three people can be seen sitting in chairs on the stage behind Grisham, to the left. The heads of three more people can be seen in the foreground.
Date: May 28, 1972
Partner: Round Rock Public Library

[Nelson's Hardware Store Postcard]

Description: Postcard featuring a pencil drawing of Nelson's Hardware Store, a historic two-story building built 1900 in Round Rock, Texas. The artist's signature can be seen on the bottom right edge of the drawing, and a typed description about the history of the building can be seen on the back..
Date: unknown
Creator: Winnette, Ward P.
Partner: Round Rock Public Library

[Three Women at Round Rock Marker Ceremony]

Description: Photograph taken facing east of three women at a historic marker dedication ceremony for Round Rock in Brushy Creek. They can be seen posing with the marker, which is posted on a large stone wall, and are identified on the back of the photo as Mrs. John W. Ledbetter Sr., Mrs. D. B. Gregg, and Mrs. John Cornforth (left to right). In the right background, the "Round Rock" can be seen.
Date: November 7, 1971
Partner: Round Rock Public Library

[Mrs. D. B. Gregg Serving Guests]

Description: Photograph of an indoor party at an unknown location. Mrs. D. B. Gregg can be seen just left of center in a tan outfit with short red hair and glasses. She and guests are standing near a table with snack food that appears to be decorated for Autumn.
Date: November 7, 1971
Partner: Round Rock Public Library

[Dedication of the Round Rock Marker]

Description: Photograph taken facing west of a group of individuals gathered around for a historic marker dedication ceremony for Round Rock in Brushy Creek. A boy in striped pants can be seen in the front of the group, standing with his hands in his pockets. A railroad bridge can be seen in the background, and the creek can be seen to left.
Date: November 7, 1971
Partner: Round Rock Public Library
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