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Cactus near Gali[...] Tex.

Cactus near Gali[...] Tex.

Giant Tex Ox Team dragging the huge logs to the Mill, Boulder Creek, Logging Camp, California.

Passenger Depot, Columbus, Tex.

Passenger Depot, Columbus, Tex.

Giant Tex Ox Team dragging the huge logs to the Mill, Boulder Creek, Logging Camp, California.

Indian Chief, Seminole Camp, near Fort Clark, Tex.

Indian Chief, Seminole Camp, near Fort Clark, Tex.

Greenville, Tex., county seat of Hunt County 1886.

Honey Grove, Tex. Fannin County 1886.

Fort Worth, Tex., "The Queen of the Prairies," county seat of Tarrant County 1886.

Perspective map of Fort Worth, Tex. 1891.

Tex Rickard

Wm. G. McAdoo & Burleson (Tex.)

[Tex. - Galveston - Sacred Heart Church, Broadway & 13th St. - full view after hurricane and flood damage, Sept. 1900]

Tex Rickard

Tex Rickard

Tex O 'Rourke - Ernest Chandler

H.F. MacGregor of Tex.

Sam. Blythe, Wash.- Col. Johnson, Tex.- Col. J.H. Carrol

M.W. Dogan, President of Wiley University, Marshall, Tex.; James Kelly, draper and decorator, Decatur, Ill.; E. Hasberry, grocer, Louisville, Ky; Walter M. Coshburn, manufacturer, Worcester, Mass.; W.R. Pettiford, President of Savings Bank, Birmingham, Ala.

Preliminary Survey, Cedars to Red Oak of the Ft. Smith, Indian Ter. And Tex. R.R.

City market, San Antonio, Tex.

Lower Fall, Marble Falls, Tex.

Trinity River at its height, Dallas, Tex.

Public Sqr [i.e., square], Commerce, Tex.

Texas and Pacific Railroad "Flier," Dallas, Tex.

Hon. C. Calloway of Tex.

Sen. Wm. Kirby of Ark. & Sen. Morris Sheppard [of Tex.]

E.O. & W. RY.: Ceremony of driving first spike--Dalhart, Tex.--Sept. 29, 1909

Tex[...]

C.A. Culberson, Tex.

Tex. Rickard

[Tex. - Galveston - "landing a tarpon - exciting sport - a daily occurrence at Galveston"]

C.I.A., Denton, Tex., 1910

Mrs. Pat Conway, Jailer, San Angelo Tex.

Tom Green County Jail, San Angelo, Tex.

Parade, 1st Prov. Regt., Ft. Crockett, Galveston, Tex.

Manuever [sic] camp, 1st Seperate [sic] Brigade, Galveston, Tex.

Fort Sam Houston, Tex., 1911-1912: portable army bake shop in camp

Fort Sam Houston, Tex., 1911-1912: entrance to Fort Sam Houston; 6 mile per hour speed limit posted

Fort Sam Houston, Tex., 1911-1912: field barber giving a shave

Fort Sam Houston, Tex., 1911-1912: horse-drawn commissary wagon of unbleached flour

Camp of 2nd Prov. Regt., Ft. Crockett, Galveston, Tex.

Fort Sam Houston, Tex., 1911-1912: Artillery on hike

Panorama, Ft. Crockett, Galveston, Tex., parade 2nd Prov. Regt.

Parade, 3rd Prov. Regt., Ft. Crockett, Galveston, Tex.

Fort Sam Houston, Tex., 1911-1912: General Wm. H. Carter, Col. Ladd, & Col. Daniel E. McCarthy

Fort Sam Houston, Tex., 1911-1912: Co. M, 11th Cavalry; lined up

Fort Sam Houston, Tex., 1911-1912: squad of cavalry, Co. M, 11th Regiment; lining up

Fort Sam Houston, Tex., 1911-1912: Gen. Ralph W. Hoyt, standing outside tent

Manuever [sic] Camp, 1st Seperate [sic] Brigade, Galveston, Tex.

[Houston, Tex., 1912]

[U.S. Army cavalrymen standing with their mounts. El Paso, Tex., Feb. 1912]

Birds eye view, Bay City, Tex., Nov. 26, 1912

Two train robbers killed near Sanderson Tex., Mar. 13, 1912

Reg't camp 27th Inf., Texas City, Tex.

Camp Ambulance Co. No. 3, Texas City, Tex.

Reg't camp 23rd Inf., Texas City, Tex.

Reg't camp 22nd Inf., Texas City, Tex.

Leila Prater, Virginia K. Johnson Home, Dallas, Tex. According to the records of the house physician, one third of the girl in this institution come from the farms, and began work at cotton picking, at seven and eight years of age. Leila had been working in a Georgia cotton mill "ever since I could remember." See her story in Texas file, L.W. Hine. Location: Dallas, Texas.

[Smith (Tex)]

[Cos. G, H, & M Engineers Mounted Platoon (Banner Open), Texas City, Tex.]

No. 2, officers of Fifth Brigade, Galveston, Tex., March 1913

6th Cavalry corral & camp, Texas City, Tex., 1913

Twelve year old Selina Wall working at spooling room in the Brazos Valley Cotton Mill, West, Tex. Their Family Record says she was born, March 23, 1901. Her mother said: "She's just taking the place of her sister (fifteen years old). Selina could earn a dollar a day. She was raised up in a cotton mill over in Belton, but she has to stay home and do the cookin." The mother and the fifteen year old girl work regularly in the mill. Several older boys work. Selina keeps house. Nine in the family. Location: West, Texas.

[Ross "Tex" Erwin, Brooklyn NL, at Ebbets Field (baseball)]

Reg't camp 4th Field Artillery, Texas City, Tex.

Reg't camp 26th Inf., Texas City, Tex.

Camp, Fourth & Seventh Infantry, Ft. Crockett, Galveston, Tex.

Mobilization Camp, 23rd, 26th and 27th Regiments, Texas City, Tex.

Reg't camp 11th Inf., Texas City, Tex.

Mobilization camp, 11th, 18th & 22nd Inf., Texas City, Tex.

Smith (Tex)

John Huggins. Said he is fourteen years old and has been doffing for eight months in the Guadalupe Valley Cotton Mills. Violation of law. Gets a dollar a day now. Before he came here, he worked in the cotton mill at West, Tex., for five or six years. Said boys work in the Cuero mill under age. "They don't even bother to ask your age. Didn't ask mine. Easy 'nuff to git a job." The mills were not running on account of floods this week. I found only one other boy under age. - "Spider" Estes said he is fourteen years old and been working here, doffing, one year. Location: Cuero, Texas.

John Huggins. Said he is fourteen years old and has been doffing for eight months in the Guadalupe Valley Cotton Mills. Violation of law. Gets a dollar a day now. Before he came here, he worked in the cotton mill at West, Tex., for five or six years. Said boys work in the Cuero mill under age. "They don't even bother to ask your age. Didn't ask mine. Easy 'nuff to git a job." The mills were not running on account of floods this week. I found only one other boy under age, "Spider" Estes said he is fourteen years old and been working here, doffing one year. Location: Cuero, Texas.

All these children five years, six years, seven years, nine years and two a little older, were picking cotton on H.M. Lane's farm Bells, Tex. Only one adult, an aunt was picking. Father was plowing. Edith five years, (see preceding photo) picks all day. "Hughie," six years old, girl, picks all day. Alton, seven year old boy picks fifty pounds a day. Ruth, nine years old, picks seventy-five pounds a day. Rob and Lee are about ten or eleven years old. The very young children like to pick, but before long they detest it. Sun is hot, hours long, bags heavy. Location: Bells, Texas.

Texas State Orphan Home, Corsicana, Tex., June 10, 1914

Tom Connally (Tex.)

Jas. C. Wilson (Tex.)

Dr. R.E. Vinson, Pres't. Univ. of Tex. [i.e. Texas]

Tex Millman

Tex Millman

Fort Hancock, Tex., Hdq'rs E Troop, 13th Cav.

Chas. Harvey, Les Darcy, O'Sullivan, "Tex" Rickard, Tom O'Rourke

Destruction of 28th Infantry Camp, Fort Crockett, Tex. by hurricane of August 16-17, 1915

Les Darcy, "Tex" Rickard, O'Sullivan

N.Y. 14th Reg't. on march, Mission, Tex.

Six regiments of artillery on review, largest artillery review since 1865, Gen. Greble, reviewing officer, El Paso, Tex., 1917

Goose Creek, Tex. oil field, 1917

Ceremonies and Parades - Labor Day at Camp Dick, Dallas, Tex. Automobile race

American Red Cross - Headquarters & Buildings - El Paso, Tex., War Activities. Red Cross car at Union Station

Airplanes - Miscellaneous - View of cloud-flying device on aeroplane, if shut, the student is inside. Ellington Field Houston, Tex. Div. of Military Aeronautics

Ceremonies and Parades - Floats in the parade at Kelly Field, Tex

Ceremonies - Ohio thru Wisconsin - Red Cross Parade in Houston, Tex

Ceremonies - Texas - Training camp activities. Daily ceremony of guard mount, Camp Dick, Tex

Ceremonies and Parades - Labor Day Aat Campt Dick, Dallas Tex. Grandstand full of spectators

Camouflage - Artillery - Ft. Bliss, El Paso, Tex. Instruction in artillery camouflage

American Red Cross - Miscellaneous - Red Cross workers enlisting boys in U.S. Marine Service, Houston, Tex

American Library Association - O thru W and Miscellaneous - Ft. Bliss, El Paso, Texas. American Library Association, War Service Library at Base Hospital. From County Council of Def. Tex