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 Decade: 1930-1939
Woman Shopper, Fort Worth, Texas, 1936

Woman Shopper, Fort Worth, Texas, 1936

Date: 1936
Creator: Williams, Byrd, III
Description: Photograph of a woman looking at a storefront window in Fort Worth. Other buildings are visible on either side of the street behind her and automobiles are parked next to the sidewalk. there are also people visible on the sidewalk, including a workman climbing a ladder at a neighboring store.
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River Walk, San Antonio, Texas, 1938

River Walk, San Antonio, Texas, 1938

Date: 1938
Creator: Williams, Byrd, III
Description: Photograph of a man sitting with his head down on his arms on the River Walk in San Antonio. The river is visible behind him and a staircase leading up to the street is in the foreground, on the left side of the image.
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[The Alamo Covered in Snow]

[The Alamo Covered in Snow]

Date: [1930,1940]
Creator: Williams, Byrd, Jr.
Description: Photograph of the Alamo covered in snow. Cars are parked in front and people walk to and from their cars.
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[Joe Clark's Birthplace]

[Joe Clark's Birthplace]

Date: 1938
Creator: Clark, Joe
Description: Narrative by Junebug Clark: Image is from 1938 and is shot in Cumberland Gap, Tennessee. This home was built by Wade Clark. It is the home that Joe Clark was born in on October 4, 1904. My father, Joe, always regretted that he had no pictures of this home "in its glory."
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[Joe Clark's Birthplace]

[Joe Clark's Birthplace]

Date: 1938
Creator: Clark, Joe
Description: Narrative by Junebug Clark: Image is from 1938 and is shot in Cumberland Gap, Tennessee. This home was built by Wade Clark. It is the home that Joe Clark, my father, was born in on October 4, 1904. Pictured here was the newest addition: a "Courtin' Parlor" built when the eldest girls "'came of courtin' age." My father, Joe, always regretted that he had no pictures of this home "in its glory."
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Baptising in Olde Towne Creek

Baptising in Olde Towne Creek

Date: 1938
Creator: Clark, Joe
Description: Narrative by Junebug Clark: Photograph is from 1938 and is shot in Red Hill, Tennessee. One of the first photos made by Joe, Baptising in Olde Towne Creek, has endured to become a favorite and meaningful to many. It bears close scrutiny because of the differing expressions and attitudes of those attending. People have said that they have counted fifty-one people in this picture and I’ve listened to many a controversy about a TV antenna* appearing in this 1938 photo. The Rev. Hugh Vancel, in charge in this photo, performed countless baptisms, but the ceremony eventually moved indoors. Olde Towne Creek empties into Keg Branch, a creek that runs though our property, about three miles left of your view point. To your right, about a mile, is the Clark family cemetery where Joe was laid to rest in December of 1989. In 1981 the Smithsonian Institute displayed a print of this photo for use in an exhibit “Rights of Passage.” It was published in the autobiography of Dolly Parton and as the poster for the Wolf Trap Music Festival. Jb. *lightning rod
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Baptising in Olde Towne Creek

Baptising in Olde Towne Creek

Date: 1938
Creator: Clark, Joe
Description: Narrative by Junebug Clark: Photograph is from 1938 and is shot in Red Hill, Tennessee. One of the first photos made by Joe, Baptising in Olde Towne Creek, has endured to become a favorite and meaningful to many. It bears close scrutiny because of the differing expressions and attitudes of those attending. People have said that they have counted fifty-one people in this picture and I’ve listened to many a controversy about a TV antenna* appearing in this 1938 photo. The Rev. Hugh Vancel, in charge in this photo, performed countless baptisms, but the ceremony eventually moved indoors. Olde Towne Creek empties into Keg Branch, a creek that runs though our property, about three miles left of your view point. To your right, about a mile, is the Clark family cemetery where Joe was laid to rest in December of 1989. In 1981 the Smithsonian Institute displayed a print of this photo for use in an exhibit “Rights of Passage.” It was published in the autobiography of Dolly Parton and as the poster for the Wolf Trap Music Festival. Jb. *lightning rod
Contributing Partner: UNT Archives
[Students Acting in "Cynthia Parker"]

[Students Acting in "Cynthia Parker"]

Date: 1939
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of students acting in the play "Cynthia Parker" at North Texas State Teachers' College. A woman appears to dance while others watch from behind.
Contributing Partner: UNT Archives
[Students Rehearsing for "Cynthia Parker"]

[Students Rehearsing for "Cynthia Parker"]

Date: 1939
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of students rehearsing for the play "Cynthia Parker" at North Texas State Teachers College. A group of girls wear matching outfits and practice a dance.
Contributing Partner: UNT Archives
[Students Acting in "Cynthia Parker"]

[Students Acting in "Cynthia Parker"]

Date: 1939
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of students acting in the play "Cynthia Parker" at North Texas State Teachers' College. Several Native Americans rally together with weapons.
Contributing Partner: UNT Archives
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