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[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

[Postcard of Summers Mill in Salado, Texas]

Description: Postcard of a narrow, three-story, wood and stone building on the far bank of a creek, connected to a short dam that stretches across the creek. The building has wood siding on the third floor, and a wooden balcony on the far side of the second story. A staircase on the right of the building (downstream of the dam) leads down to the water, while a wooden dock is partially visible upstream of the dam. Tall trees border the far bank, surrounding the mill. On the back are postcard markings and a brief paragraph detailing the history of the mill.
Date: 1980
Creator: Spiller, Doug
Partner: Salado Public Library

[Photograph of the Barton House Range Restaurant]

Description: Photograph of an open gate entrance with a drive leading to a large house with a red tin roof, hidden among a group of trees in the background. A stone sign sits next to a tree just to the right of the entrance, reading "The Range Restaurant." Another sign for the restaurant sits in front of a manicured shrub, with another sign beneath it, reading, "The Barton House." Several cars are parked in the small drive just to the right of the house. Handwritten notes on the back of the photograph also identify the house as the Barton House.
Date: September 1999
Partner: Salado Public Library

[Postcard of Barton House in Salado, Texas]

Description: Postcard of a two-story stone and wood house with a rust-red roof and a small, slightly raised, covered porch at the front right of the house. Groups of trees surround the house on all sides, partially obscuring the front of the house. The second story has three wood-framed windows, and a small stone chimney stack sits on the left side of the roof. A green, grassy lawn stretches out in front of the house, while large white clouds are visible in the blue sky above. On the back are postcard markings and a brief paragraph detailing the history of the house.
Date: 1980
Creator: Spiller, Doug
Partner: Salado Public Library

[Photograph of First State Bank in Salado, Texas]

Description: Copy print of a photograph of First State Bank in Salado, Texas; the image shows the bank and an old automobile parked in front of the front door. The back of the photograph has text that reads: "Picture #4 The Conservative Society of Historic Salado; To Mrs. John A. Barton, Jr.; 1st State Bank of Salado; from the collection of Salado Village Voice."
Date: 19uu
Partner: Salado Public Library

[Copy Print of a Photo of First State Bank]

Description: Copy print of a photograph of the original First State Bank, operational from 1910 to 1919; the back of the photo says reads: "copied from photo owned by Byron Bunker." Also included is a note explaining the history of the bank and why the bank went out of business, becoming a "Grain Grinding Mill."
Date: 1981
Partner: Salado Public Library

[Photograph of Thomas Arnold School Ruins]

Description: Photograph of the crumbling wall of a stone building, with piles of rocks surrounding the base of the wall. The stone wall has four windows with no glass, one of which (on the far left) has crumbled away, leaving a gaping hole. Scrub brush surrounds the wall on the right side, and a field is visible in the distant background beyond the right side of the wall. Handwritten notes and a white rectangular sticker on the back of the photo name Elizabeth Street Mosley, and indicate the photo was taken after a fire in 1924.
Date: [1924..]
Partner: Salado Public Library

[Photograph of Salado High School 1941 Baseball Team]

Description: Photograph of a group of fourteen teenage boys and an adult man (wearing a shirt, slacks, and tie) arranged in two rows, the first row sitting on a long bench and the second row standing. Most of the boys are wearing light-colored, long-sleeve shirts, high-waist baggy pants cinched at the knee, and small dark caps, although one boy is wearing long baggy pants and a shirt with the number "50" printed on the front. Most of the boys are wearing small dark caps on their heads, and some are holding baseball gloves. The group is outside on a lawn, in front of the corner of a brick building and some small trees. Handwritten notes on the back of the photograph indicate the names of those pictured, from left to right as: C. W. Baker, J. C. Warrrick, Everett Baker, Kenneth Townsend, Albert Pustejovsky, Leroy Magill, William Ingram, Henry L. Graves (the coach), William Street, J. D. Hinsley, J. D. Nixon, R. L. England, John Fox, R. B. Hutchinson, and John King Robinson.
Date: 1941
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
Partner: Salado Public Library

[Copy Print of Photograph of People on Salado Tablerock]

Description: Photocopy of a photograph of two women, three men, and a young girl standing on top of a crack in a large flat rock. The women are wearing bonnets, light-colored blouses, and dark skirts; the men are wearing dark suits and brimmed hats; and the small girl (who is standing apart from the rest) is wearing a short, light-colored dress and bonnet. The top branches of a tree are visible behind the rock on the left. There is a gap between the edge of the rock and the ground, creating a small overhang with bushes and large tree branches underneath. The photocopy shows a frame around the photograph and has handwritten notes at the bottom indicating when and where the photo was taken.
Date: unknown
Partner: Salado Public Library

[Copy Print of Portrait of Louisa Adeline Cox Barton]

Description: Photographic portrait of a woman in a dark, long-sleeved dress sitting on a chair to the left of a small table covered with a floral tablecloth on it. Her dress has a lace, high-neck collar, a tapered waist, and a broach at her neck. The woman is resting her left hand on the table. She is sitting in front of a blank, medium-colored backdrop. A sticker on the back of the photograph gives more information about the portrait's subject, Louisa Adeline Cox Barton, including the dates of her birth and death, the name of her husband, Dr. Welborn Barton, and how she and her husband met.
Date: unknown
Partner: Salado Public Library

[Photograph of Tom Wilkes Antiques Shop]

Description: Photograph of the Tom Wilkes Antiques Shop "at the corner of Main St. and Royal" in Salado, Texas. The image shows the building on the corner of the street with a large flag advertising "Antiques" and stairs leading upstairs. According to the back of the photo the building was historically "Barbee-Berry Mercantile store."
Date: 1977
Partner: Salado Public Library

[Log Cabin on Pace Park Drive]

Description: Photograph of a portion of a log cabin with a small, slightly raised, covered porch on the right front corner. Two shrubs sit in front of the house, while a tall lantern sits on the right side of the cabin, in front of the house's stone chimney. Small wooden steps on the right lead up to the porch and a wood deck around the right side of the building. The branches of a tree behind the camera hand down in-shot, shading the grassy front lawn. Handwritten notes on the back of the photo indicate the cabin, on Pace Park Drive, is one of multiple, in two different locations.
Date: 1977
Creator: Friedrick, Egon
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

[Postcard of Stagecoach at Stagecoach Inn in Salado, Texas]

Description: Photograph of a red stagecoach with yellow wheels and a yellow hitch, sitting on a grassy green lawn in front of two flagpoles. The stagecoach has three windows on the closest side, and black trim around the whole vehicle. An American flag flies from the left flagpole, while the branches of a tall tree obscure the top of the flagpole on the right. In the background, a major road marked by a sign reading, "Exit 284; Stagecoach Rd; Next Right" runs from left to right, and in the far background, across the road, is a line of tall trees. On the back are postcard markings and a brief paragraph detailing the history of the stagecoach.
Date: 1980
Creator: Spiller, Doug
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 Trolley Line Meeting Members at Stagecoach Inn]

Description: Photograph of a large group of people, mostly men wearing different hats, standing in front of a two-story building with a balcony all along the second story. Some of the people are sitting in or standing on the five automobiles parked in front of the building, or are standing beside them. A few of the men at the middle-right of the group have brass instruments and a drum. Although much of the building is obscured by the tall trees surrounding it, a few women are visible standing on the balcony and porch of the building. A title on the front of the photo and handwritten notes on the back of the photo indicate the photo was taken in front of the Stagecoach Inn in Salado, Texas.
Date: 1906/1907
Partner: Salado Public Library

[Copy Print of Photograph of Salado College Exterior]

Description: Photograph of a two-story, light-colored stone building with windows along each floor, a square entrance tower on the front left of the building, and two trees inside the front yard. There are steep steps leading up the front of the tower, which has a dark, pointed roof with a spire on top. The building is surrounded by a wooden picket-fence, separating the school yard from the rocky, grassy lawn in front. There is text at the bottom of the photograph reading, "Original Was Salado College--Later Thomas Arnold High School." Handwritten notes on the back of the photograph indicate the building, Salado College, burned three times, and provides information about the people who donated the photo.
Date: 1998
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 Victor Means, Jr. with Hutchens House Landmark Award]

Description: Photograph of a man with neat gray hair standing in the grass in front of the trunk of a tall, thin tree, and holding a black and gold plaque with the words, "Salado Landmark" on it. The man is wearing a short-sleeved, pink and white striped button-up shirt, dark navy slacks, a thin black belt, and black loafers. Behind him is a short white picket fence, and beyond which is the front of a car, and a tree-lined road. The elbow and blue clothing of another person is just barely visible at the left of the photo. On the back of the photo are handwritten notes about the photograph's subject and the award.
Date: July 4, 1993
Partner: Salado Public Library

[Photograph of People Sitting on Salado Tablerock]

Description: Photograph of a group of people sitting on the elevated right side of a large slanted rock in the middle of a dry dirt area. The top of the rock is almost completely flat, and is supported underneath the right side by other large rocks. There are a few trees without any leaves or with very few leaves visible in the background of the photo. Handwritten notes on the back indicate the rock is called Tablerock.
Date: unknown
Partner: Salado Public Library

[Photograph of Louellen Eubanks With High School Diploma]

Description: Photograph of a young woman in a long, long-sleeved, light-colored, frilly dress, standing in front of the image of an outdoor veranda painted onto a backdrop. Bunches of flowers and potted plants sit on the rugs beneath her feet, while more bunches of flowers lay on a small metal side table to her left. The young woman is holding a long, rolled up paper, tied with a ribbon, in her right hand and wears a small cloth cap on top of her head. Handwritten notes and a white, rectangular sticker on the back of the photo identify the young woman as Louellen Eubanks, a graduate of Thomas Arnold High School in 1901 or 1902.
Date: [1901,1902]
Partner: Salado Public Library
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