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[Photograph of Salado High School Graduates, 1945]

Description: Photograph of a group of 18 teenage young men and women arranged in three rows in front of a brick wall, with a tree just behind the group, on the right. The members of the group are all wearing medium-colored, long academic robes with white collars, and medium-colored, square academic hats tilted down to the left. There are six male members total, two sitting on the right side of the bottom row, and four occupying the four middle spaces of the top row. The students on the front row are sitting down, while the row behind them is standing, and the back row is standing on some kind of raised structure. A white, rectangular sticker on the back of the photo indicates the group is the Salado High School graduating class of 1945.
Date: June 13, 2011
Partner: Salado Public Library

[Photograph of Girls Basketball Team, 1960]

Description: Photograph of a group of eleven teenage girls sitting in a semi-circle on a basketball court floor, with their legs stretched out in front of them and their feet touching the line of the inner circle at center-court. The girls are wearing matching, shiny, medium-colored shorts and short-sleeved pull-over jackets. Standing behind the group are an adult woman wearing a light-colored turtleneck sweater and dark skirt, and an adult man wearing a plaid shirt and slacks. In the background, wooden bleachers are situated against a gymnasium wall, and the bottom of a basketball goal is barely visible at the top of the photo. A basketball with the numbers "56-37" sits in the middle of the semi-circle, and handwritten notes on the back of the photo indicate the girls are a basketball team.
Date: unknown
Partner: Salado Public Library

[Photograph of Salado High School 1943 Class]

Description: Photograph of a group of 25 teenage young men and women arranged in three rows, the first row sitting on a low bench, the next row sitting on a slightly taller bench, and the back row standing. The group is standing in front of the corner of a brick wall with narrow windows, while behind the group on the right are a couple of small trees and bushes. The girls are wearing short-sleeve dresses, while the boys are wearing collared shirts. One boy on the back row is wearing a light-colored hat with a dark-colored band. A white, rectangular sticker and handwritten notes on the back of the photograph indicate the teenagers shown are, from left to right, front to back row: Travis Lee Morton, C. W. Baker, Bibiano Moron, Jay Baird, Reba Nelle Berry, Billie Anita Pirtle, Lois Sanders, Jimmy Safely, Mildred Cathy, Max Kolls, Benny Kid, Waldyne Maynard, Norma Lee Northin, Wanda Hamilton, Lena Rowe, William Schleede, Albert Puestejovsky, Howell Otis Carley, Coleman Raley, Golde Casper, Ruth Hamilton, Wilma Allamon, H. C. Hill, Travis Morgan, and Charles Henry Akin.
Date: 1943
Partner: Salado Public Library

[Photograph of Group at Wright Golden Wedding Celebration]

Description: Photograph of a group of eight people (three women and five men), four of which are sitting in a row on wood chairs and four of which are standing behind the first row. The men all have either mustaches or beards, while the women all wear dark, floor-length dresses. The group is situated in front of a backdrop with a view of an outdoor veranda painted on it. Handwritten notes on the back of the photo identify the people, from left to right, back to front as: G. N. Vickrey, Sarah Vickrey, Allen Jenkins Vickrey, Mary Ann Vickrey King, Dr. William Stuart Vickrey, Frank Vickrey, John Wright Vickrey, and Mary Ann Butler Vickrey.
Date: April 1891
Partner: Salado Public Library

[Photograph of Stinnett's Mill]

Description: Photograph of a dark wood and stone barn-style building with a small tower at the front and an overhanging roof that shelters a front porch. The tower has a glass window at the top and a Texas-shaped insignia set on the face of the tower. A fence made from rough wood sticks and wire, with a short stone base, surrounds the building. Mostly bare trees and bushes border the building on the left side, while more bare trees are visible in the background to the right of the building. Handwritten notes and a white, rectangular sticker on the back of the photo identify the building as the Stinnett Mill on Stinnett Mill Rd. in Salado, Texas.
Date: 1992
Creator: Friedrick, Egon
Partner: Salado Public Library

[Photograph of the Old Saloon]

Description: Photograph of the Old Saloon on Main Street with a sign on the front door saying that it was built in 1860 and was used as a drug store, law office, a stage stop and was the "only saloon ever in Salado." The text on the back says the shop is next to the old Anderson House.
Date: 19uu
Creator: Friedrick, Egon
Location Info:
Partner: Salado Public Library

[Photograph of Granville Vickrey and Sophia Stinson]

Description: Photograph of a man sitting on a hay-bale and a woman standing next to him, in front of a landscape background. The man, who has a large, handle-bar mustache, is wearing a dark coat, waistcoat, and pants. The woman is wearing a dark dress, a bolero jacket, a light-colored cravat, and a large hat. Behind the woman sits a rustic wood fence with a barbed-wire coil next to it. Handwritten notes and a white rectangular sticker on the back identify the man and woman as Granville Vickrey and Sophia Stinson Vickrey.
Date: unknown
Partner: Salado Public Library

[Photograph of Old Davis Mill in Salado, Texas]

Description: Photograph of a crumbling stone building missing the roof and top portions of its walls. The windows are missing glass, and there is a door-shaped opening on the left side of the building. Piles of stones from the building surround the base, while a line of trees is visible in the background. Handwritten text on the back of the photo note the ruins have been previously identified as part of a college, but are actually the ruins of an Old Davis Mill in Salado, Texas.
Date: unknown
Partner: Salado Public Library

[Photograph of Salado High School Graduates, 1960]

Description: Photograph of a group of teenage young men and women arranged in six rows in front of and on an auditorium stage. Each member of the group is wearing a medium-colored, long academic robe with a white collar, and a medium-colored, square academic cap. The young men are also wearing bow-ties. The first row is standing on the auditorium floor, while the other rows are standing on platforms so each row is higher than the row in front of them. Handwritten notes on the back of the photo identify the group members as, from left to right, front row to back: Mary Casey, Virgie Grimm, Jean Brineger, Elizabeth Cockrell, Jill Schultz, Linda Berry, Betty Sue Sutton, Lois Peterson, Weeta Sue Holland, Jerry England, Bobby Luther, Prater Gibbs, Daryl Guess, Wayne Kammon, Donnie Coupland, Jack Evans, and Sheril Elms.
Date: unknown
Creator: Bakley-Belton
Partner: Salado Public Library

[Photograph of Salado, Texas During I-35 Construction]

Description: Aerial photograph of a small town situated on the right side of a slightly curved road, which eventually runs into another, larger road. Within the town is a large metal, arched building. Trees are scattered throughout the surrounding countryside, with a few small houses and buildings here and there. Handwritten notes indicate the photograph was taken during the construction of Interstate-35 in the 1950s.
Date: unknown
Partner: Salado Public Library

[Photograph of Salado, Texas During I-35 Construction]

Description: Photograph of a small cluster of buildings, including a church and houses, with streets running in between. The surrounding countryside is scattered with clusters of trees and a few small buildings here and there. A construction site is visible at the bottom left corner of the photo. Handwritten notes on the back of the photo indicate the photo was taken during the construction of Interstate-35 in the 1950s.
Date: unknown
Partner: Salado Public Library

[Photograph of Salado High School Graduating Class, 1943]

Description: Photograph of a group of teenage young men and women and an adult man arranged in two rows on the lawn against the side of a brick, multi-story building with windows along each floor. The young adults are wearing graduations caps and long medium-colored robes, while the adult man is wearing a suit with a plaid tie and glasses. A small tree and shrub are visible behind the group, on the left. The first row of students is sitting on a bench while the second row students (including the adult man) are standing behind the first row. Handwritten notes on the back of the photograph identify the people in the photograph from left to right, front to back row, as: Emojane Street, Bibiano Morin, Maxine Hinsley, William Sneed, Billie Pirtle, Lois Sanders, Charles Akin, Goldie Casper, Mr, Frank Kraner, Roger Mullins, Lorena Blalock, Norma Lee Northen, Waldene Maynard, H. C. Hill, Lena Rue, Albert Pustyousky, and Travis Lee Martin.
Date: 1943
Partner: Salado Public Library

[Postcard of South View of Salado College]

Description: Photograph of a two-story building with a small tower at the front and a fence surrounding the building. The top of the tower has a pointed roof with a spire. There is a grassy field in the foreground and several trees surrounding the fence. Text at the bottom of the postcard identifies the photo as a southern view of Salado College in Salado, Texas, and that the postcard was published for two people named Guthrie and Halsey. On the back of the postcard are postcard markings and handwritten notes to someone in Dallas, Texas.
Date: 1914
Partner: Salado Public Library

[Photograph of Berry House on Main Street]

Description: Photograph of a small, one-story house with wood-siding and a wooden fence running around the snow-filled yard. The house has a short flight of steps leading up to a small, covered porch. The house has two stone chimney stacks, one on either side of the roof, and a long beam at the very top of the roof.. A wooden frame with a barrel sits in the yard to the left of the house, amidst a group of trees. Handwritten notes and a sticker on the back of the photo indicate the house is on Main Street in Salado, Texas.
Date: unknown
Location Info:
Partner: Salado Public Library

[Photograph of the Anderson House on Main Street]

Description: Photograph of two-story house with medium-colored wood siding and a small, second-story balcony supported by square columns on the front porch. There are four windows on each floor, as well as a door leading to the balcony and a door on the front porch (both with small glass windows). A small metal fence borders the narrow front yard, and is partially covered on the left by vines and bushes. Two large trees sit in the front yard, on the left and right sides of the front path respectively, along with Texas Historical Marker on the right. Handwritten notes and a sticker on the back indicate the house is located on Main Street in Salado, Texas.
Date: unknown
Creator: Friedrick, Egon
Location Info:
Partner: Salado Public Library

[Postcard of Hamblen House in Salado, Texas]

Description: Postcard of a two-story cinder-block house with a small balcony in the front, supported by two large columns on the front porch. There are two, double-door entrances, one on the porch and one on the balcony, as well as two stone chimneys on either side of the roof. Two bare trees sit in the front lawn, one on the right of the front pathway and the other on the left. A small child with short hair, in a light-colored dress and dark pants, stands on the front porch, facing the camera. On the back are postcard markings and an identification sticker.
Date: unknown
Partner: Salado Public Library

[Photograph of the Country Home of J. H. Aiken]

Description: Photograph of a group of eight people standing in a line up against a wooden fence, which borders the hard of a one-story house with wood-siding and a covered front porch on its left front side. A maid wearing an apron and white head-covering stands on the slightly raised porch, her arm wrapped around a porch column. The fence has a geometric metal and wood gate. A tall tree sits in the front yard, while other trees border the house on the right side. Handwritten notes on the back of the photograph identify the people in the photo (including where they were born), from left to right, as: Jim Aiken, Carl H. Aiken, Josephine Salado Aiken, Alimae, Mrs. James Herman Aiken, Mr. J. H. Aiken, Myrtle Aiken, and Elmer Aiken.
Date: unknown
Partner: Salado Public Library

[Photograph of Two Women Sitting in Early Automobile]

Description: Photograph of two women sitting in an open automobile with thin tires, a long steering column, and no windows, parked on a dirt area with sparse grass next to a stone wall. Beyond the wall, in the background to the left, a house is partially visible. Both women are wearing large hats. The woman on the left is wearing a light-colored, long-sleeve, floor-length striped dress, while the woman on the right is wearing a light-colored, long-sleeve blouse tucked into the belt of a long, medium-colored skirt. Handwritten notes on the back of the photo give more information about the assembly of the automobile.
Date: 19uu
Partner: Salado Public Library

[Photograph of Gravestones for Tollie and Cynthia W. Baines]

Description: Photograph of two large, decorative stone gravestone, surrounded by a decorative, dark-colored metal fence separating the two from the rest of a cemetery. The name on the left gravestone is "Little Tollie Baines," while the name on the left gravestone is "Cynthia W. Baines." The left gravestone includes a depiction of a handshake, a date of death, the age of the deceased at the time of their death, and a short saying in etched script. The right gravestone includes decorative depictions of flowers, fruit, and a dove; the deceased's date of birth and death; and two short sayings in etched script. Two other headstones are partially visible inside the fence - one in front of the two larger gravestones and the other behind the right gravestones. Three rectangle stickers on the back of the photo indicate Tollie Baines was George W. Baines's son and Cynthia W. Baines was George W. Baines's wife.
Date: unknown
Partner: Salado Public Library

[Postcard of Sirena Sculpture in Salado, Texas]

Description: Postcard of a metal sculpture shaped in the figure of a female mermaid sitting and holding her fish tail on a light-colored, flat rock in the middle of a small pool of water. The sculpture's image is reflected in the water below. The pool is surrounded by light-colored rocks and weeds, lining the banks, and the golden lighting indicates the photo was taken at either dusk or dawn. On the back are postcard markings, a white, rectangle sticker, and a brief paragraph detailing the history and meaning of the statue.
Date: 1990
Creator: Spiller, Doug
Partner: Salado Public Library

[Photograph of Salado Baptist Church]

Description: Photograph of two-story, light-colored church with a small spire in the center of the roof. There are three windows on the second-story, and one window in between two doors on the first floor. A small graveyard is just visible on the right side of the building, while a dark, wooded area shades the left side of the building. A sticker on the back of the photo indicates there was a masonic lodge hall in the top of the church, and that the church is now called First Baptist Church.
Date: unknown
Partner: Salado Public Library