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[Abilene Clearing House Association]

Description: Photograph of John T. Willis, Sr. in a group photograph of the Abilene Clearing House Association. He stands in the middle of the back row with his hands on the shoulders of the man in front of him. All of the men are dressed in white shirts, and several have money in their pockets or hands. The men in the front row are Kirk -, Herman Pender, and Curtis Weaver. Roy McCollough is on the left in the back row, and Bob Adams stands on Willis' other side.
Date: 1910
Partner: Private Collection of T. B. Willis

Adobe House at El Boracho Ranch

Description: Photograph of an adobe house in 1910 located and surrounded by a wooden fence on the El Boracho Ranch. A ladder leans against the structure. The owner of the ranch was Lino Baeza. He raised goats and cows and horses. His fields were watered by the nearby creek. He grew corn, wheat, beans, peas, watermelons, sweet potatoes, peanuts, sugar cane, and pumpkins which were all watered by the creek.
Date: 1910
Partner: Marfa Public Library

Adobe House at El Boracho Ranch

Description: Photograph of an adobe house in 1910 surrounded by a wooden fence on the El Boracho Ranch. A ladder leans against the structure. The owner of the ranch was Lino Baeza. He raised goats and cows and horses. His fields were watered by the nearby creek. He grew corn, wheat, beans, peas, watermelons, sweet potatoes, peanuts, sugar cane, and pumpkins which were all watered by the creek.
Date: 1910
Partner: Marfa Public Library

[An Aerial View of Mineral Wells (2 of 2)]

Description: This aerial photograph is adjacent to, and south of, the previous photograph. It is taken from South Mountain, looking east-south-east. The Chautauqua is on the upper left of the picture. The Crazy Flats Drinking Pavilion (which burned March 15, 1925) is below and to the right of the Chautauqua. The area in foreground is a residential area of west Mineral Wells, Texas.
Date: 1910?
Creator: Weaver, A. F.
Partner: Boyce Ditto Public Library

[Albert Peyton George holding the lead rope of a horse]

Description: Photograph of Albert Peyton George holding the lead rope of a horse. Mr. George is wearing a three piece dark suit and a light colored felt hat. Wooden barns with stock pens in background. Dog in front of the wooden partition of the stock pen in background just to the right of George. Engraved in bottom left corner: "H. H. Morris, Galveston, Tex."
Date: 1910
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Albert Peyton George wearing a dark colored three piece suit, white shirt, and print tie]

Description: Photograph of Albert Peyton George. In the studio portrait which ends just below the shoulders, Mr. George is wearing a dark colored three piece suit, white shirt, and print tie. He has a Masonic pin on his left lapel. Mr. George has his dark hair parted on the left side. Written on the back of the photograph in pencil: "Mrs. A. P. George Richmond Tex blue dk brown greying.".
Date: [1910..1930]
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

Anna Nygaard

Description: Photograph of Anna Nygaard standing outside holding a baby in her right hand. Her head is turned towards the baby as she leans slightly to the left. She is wearing a patterned, lightweight dress that goes below her knees. A rocking chair is behind her and behind that, an out-of-focus tree in direct sunlight, outside of the cast shadow that covers Anna and the chair. Hand-written text on the back of the photograph states "Anna Nygaard".
Date: 1910/1920
Partner: Danish Heritage Preservation Society

Austin's First Ambulance

Description: Photograph of Austin's first ambulance taken at 33rd and Speedway streets. The ambulance is horse-drawn and on the side, in addition to a cross, is a small plaque that reads "V.O. Weed." On the back of the photograph there is a note that reads "Mr. Bob Weed says that the body of this horse-drawn ambulance was removed and motorized with the coming of the auto-mobile, therefore it became Austin's first real ambulance."
Date: 1910
Partner: Austin History Center, Austin Public Library

Austin's First Ambulance

Description: Photograph of a horse-drawn ambulance taken at 33rd and Speedway streets. On the side of the ambulance, in addition to a cross, is a small plaque that reads "V.O. Weed." The body of this horse-drawn ambulance was removed and motorized with the coming of the automobile, therefore it became Austin's first real ambulance.
Date: 1910
Partner: Austin History Center, Austin Public Library

[Belle Ryon Davis with a woman to her right and a young man to her left]

Description: Photograph of Belle Ryon Davis, center, with a woman to her right and a young man to her left. Davis, who has her gray hair pulled back into a bun and has wire rimmed glasses, is wearing a floor length white dress with elbow length sleeves. Shrubs in foreground. Trees, white picket fence and buildings in background. The photograph exhibits three bands of light areas possibly due to exposure problems, lighting, or being superimposed.
Date: [1910..1925]
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

Birdseye View of Meridian

Description: Photo taken from top of Bosque Co. courthouse in Meridian, looking toward north, north east. Can see front and side of what is now the Lumpkin Bldg, going out Morgan St. Meridian College is in far background; the old mill to the back and side of the old church on Morgan St (Hwy 22). Scattered homes throughout country side. A "Rock Shop - Horseshoeing and General Repairs" sign on building behind what is now Barlett's Pharmacy.
Date: 1910~
Partner: Bosque County Historical Commission

[Brian Wind in Military Uniform]

Description: Photograph of a young adult, identified as Brian Wind, in a military uniform standing in the snow. His hands are placed firmly on his sides and he smiles at the camera. An extravagant two-story house is behind him. To his right, a pile of cannonballs have been stacked on the snow. Photograph most likely comes from World War I era.
Date: [1910..1925]
Partner: Danish Heritage Preservation Society

Bridge over Barton Creek

Description: Photograph of a group of people stand on and below a stone bridge, built by Swiss engineer and former Confederate colonel Getulius Kellersberger (1820-1900), at Barton Creek. Kellersberger, along with Arnold Kellersberger (July 30 1883-June 19 1972) and Alma Shudde Kellersberger (March 6 1888-October 2 1976), are pictured but not identified.
Date: 1910~
Partner: Austin History Center, Austin Public Library
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