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[Train]

Description: A black and white photograph of a locomotive speeding by on the railroad tracks. There is a large black smoke stack coming from the top of the engine. There is a man standing on the gravel watching the train go by. It looks like winter as there are no leaves on the trees.
Date: 19uu
Partner: The Williamson Museum

[First Monday Trade Days, Georgetown]

Description: A black and white image; recorded by a camera and printed on light sensitive paper. This image is of the 1st Monday trade days in Williamson County-on the square. There are at least 50-60 men gathered in front of a couple of buildings- one, "PALACE BARBER SHOP"; the other "WILLIAMSON COUNTY SUN". Several people have wagons pulled by horses. Most of the men are on foot.
Date: October 1912
Partner: The Williamson Museum

[Chautauqua Grounds bridge]

Description: Black and white horizontal postcard depicting Chautauqua grounds and bridge on San Gabriel River. Smoke stack visible in upper right quadrant. Bridge is parallel to river until it rises up to the hill steeply on the right bank. A man is on a saddled horse near the river on left side. A flag is seen on the bridge and a large round rock is underneath the pedestrian bridge in the river.
Date: 19uu
Partner: The Williamson Museum

[Man on horse leading steer]

Description: Photograph of two men: one lounging on the back of a light-colored cow and a second riding a horse and leading the cow by a rope. Directly behind them, several other cows are standing in the shade of a tree; other trees and brush are visible in the background.
Date: 19uu
Partner: The Williamson Museum

[City Ice & Bottlng Works Wagon]

Description: Black and white photo rimmed in white film. Large ice wagon "OUR ICE & BOTTLED GOODS,/ARE MADE OF PURE DISTILLED WATER" is printed on white sign at top of wagon of The City Ice & Bottling Works Company. Four large spoked wheels are on wagon. On side of wagon "ICE/PHONE NO. 110" are printed . "Peacock" signs are on back of wagon. Plant material is inside large blocks of ice at front and back of wagon. Dirt road and wooden barn buildings are in photo. Reins, brake on wheel and trailor pull are visible.
Date: unknown
Partner: The Williamson Museum

[Horse and Buggy]

Description: A horizontal black and white photographic print of a man holding the reins of two horses hitched to a buggy with wheels as tall as the man's waist. The man is in a field where there is one tree and a fence. The man is wearing hat, jacket, gloves and pants tucked into boots. The hat has a peaked top.
Date: 1900~
Partner: The Williamson Museum

[Street torn up, with cars]

Description: A black and white photograph of a city street being torn up. It's unclear as to if its the building being destroyed or the roads being worked on. There is large machinery all around and several men standing around; some watching, some working. There are telephone/wire poles up and a single streetlight on a line. The roads are dirt.
Date: 19uu
Partner: The Williamson Museum

[Truck with cotton bales]

Description: Black and white photographic print mounted on a grey with black border outline matte. The photo is of a truck with a load of cotton in Georgetown, Texas around 1927. Behind the truck on the right is Albert William Lindell standing next to another man in a hat. Behind the truck is a brick building with a sign having the letters "FIS" visible. The man on the right is wearing a white shirt and black bow tie.
Date: 1927
Creator: Stone Studio
Partner: The Williamson Museum

[Woodmen of the World float]

Description: Black and white photograph of a decorated wagon pulled by a team of horses. Wagon is decorated with crape paper and the acronym "W.O.W.". A large group of men stands in the wagon bed. The men are dressed in evening wear and most carry woodsman tools. One holds a large U.S. flag. Also on the wagon stands a large white goat. There are two men dressed in evening wear standing behind the wagon and one in a buggy parked in front of the wagon. A young man wearing a pork pie hat holds the wagon horses. A two story building in the background bears the W.O.W. logo. Round Rock Texas USA! notes: "Woodmen of the World Group. L to R: Skete Thorp, Mr. Miller, E. W. Swenson, Charley Robertson, Jack Lynn Bradley, O. L. Brady, Leonard Hall, Bud Killen, Bud Grumbles, Fred Caswell, Jeff Fouse, Lee McDonald and Walter Henna in back. COMPLIMENTS OF ROUND ROCK MOTOR COMPANY." The Woodmen of the World is a fraternal organization.
Date: 19uu
Partner: The Williamson Museum

[Round Rock Creamery with buggy]

Description: This is a black and white photograph of the Round Rock Creamery in 1904. Farmers brought milk here where it was separated. The farmers returned home with the skimmed milk. On the left is a buggy belonging to Archie Hester. Simon Burkland's buggy is in the middle. Carl A. Johnson is on the right and Rueben Johnson is standing near the buggy wheel on the left. F. L. Aten was the plant manager. The business failed due to lack of refrigeration.
Date: 1904
Creator: Henington Publishing Co.
Partner: The Williamson Museum

[Delivery man with horse & buggy]

Description: black and white photograph shows Tommy Harbert, a delivery man for the Voight and Brady grocery store in Round Rock; he holds the reins on a horse hitched to a wagon in front of a large "DRINK/ Coca- Cola" sign
Date: 19uu
Creator: Henington Publishing Co.
Partner: The Williamson Museum

[Round Rock Railroad Depot]

Description: black and white photograph of the International and Great Northern Railway Company's depot and railroad station in Round Rock; the train is pulling into the station; another house is seen right of the depot
Date: 19
Creator: Henington Publishing Co.
Partner: The Williamson Museum

[Man with horse drawn taxi]

Description: black and white photograph of Dud Pennington in a 1915 horse-drawn taxi in Round Rock; his hand is near his face; there is a picket fence behind the carriage; two trees can be seen on either side of the taxi
Date: 1915
Creator: Henington Publishing Co.
Partner: The Williamson Museum

[Locomotive on bridge]

Description: Black and white photograph shows a locomotive, a 4-4-0 coal burner, built in the late 1880s; the train is backing in from Georgetown; this train is on the track above the W.J. Walsh family; they are having a picnic on the rocky banks of Brushy Creek in Old Town Round Rock.
Date: 1904
Creator: Henington Publishing Co.
Partner: The Williamson Museum
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