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[Man Standing with a Flag]
Photograph of an unidentified attendee at a TXSSAR meeting, standing next to an American flag on a stand. A drum set and easel are visible behind him.
[Robert H. Wehr with Flag and Seal]
Photograph of Arlington Chapter Chaplain, Robert H. Wehr, at a TXSSAR meeting. A drum set, American flag, and TXSSAR seal are present in the background.
[Roger E. Wehr with Flag and Seal]
Photograph of Arlington Chapter Vice-President, Roger E. Wehr, at a TXSSAR meeting. A red drum set, American flag, and TXSSAR seal are visible in the background.
[TXSSAR Members at a Booth]
Photograph of William Coffey, Ronald Carter, and John Anderson running a TXSSAR booth at the Arlington History Fair. Black and white historical photographs can be seen on the background wall.
[Historic Event in Cemetery]
Photograph of TXSSAR members in period dress at a grave marker dedication ceremony in Arlington, Texas. Several flags, including the Thirteen Colonies flag, are being carried. Examples of militia and officer uniforms are present.
[Men Holding Flags]
Photograph of unknown TXSSAR members at a grave marker dedication ceremony in Arlington, Texas. Several flags, including the Texas Society Sons of the American Revolution flag, are held by men in historic dress. An enlisted navy man in modern-day uniform can be seen in the left portion of the photo.
[Men Standing at Dedication Ceremony]
Photograph of unknown TXSSAR members at a grave marker dedication ceremony in Arlington, Texas. Examples of revolution-era militia and officer uniforms are worn by the majority of individuals. Several flags, including the TXSSAR and Texas flags, are visible.
[TXSSAR Members with Seal]
Photograph of unknown individuals at a TXSSAR meeting. The American flag and TXSSAR seal can be seen in the background.
[Kevin S. Jorrey with Flag]
Photograph of Arlington Chapter Registrar, Kevin S. Jorrey, at a TXSSAR meeting. An American flag, easel, and various music stands are visible in the background.
[TXSSAR Members with Certificates]
Photograph of several prominent Arlington Chapter members holding award certificates at a TXSSAR meeting. An American flag is present in the background.
[Arlington Chapter Members Holding TXSSAR Seal]
Photograph of known Arlington Chapter Officers and members posing with the seal of the Texas Society Sons of the American Revolution. Three flags, including the American and Texas flag, stand in the background.
[Three TXSSAR and DAR Members]
Photograph of William S. Covington, Jr. and John Anderson, Jr. with an unknown Daughters of the American Revolution member. William Covington is dressed in a historical costume and the TXSSAR seal can be seen in the background.
[John Anderson, Jr. with Flag]
Photograph of Arlington Chapter President John Anderson, Jr. at a TXSSAR meeting. A red drum set and the American flag are present in the background.
[TXSSAR Members Holding Certificates]
Photograph of TXSSAR members receiving award certificates. The American flag and TXSSAR seal are visible in the background.
[William S. Covington with Flag]
Photograph of Arlington Chapter Sergeant-at-Arms, William S. Covington, Jr. at a TXSSAR meeting. The American flag and the TXSSAR seal as well as a red drum set are visible in the background.
[Ronald K. Carter with Flag]
Photograph of Ronald Carter at a TXSSAR meeting. A red drum set and the American flag can be seen in the background.
[David Friels with Flag]
Photograph of Arlington Chapter Secretary, David Friels, at a TXSSAR meeting. A red drum set, the American flag, and the TXSSAR seal are visible in the background.
[TXSSAR Members with Flag]
Photograph of unknown TXSSAR members and Arlington Chapter officers at a TXSSAR meeting. An American flag and a projector screen are visible in the background.
[Two Men with a Korean War Poster]
Photograph of an unknown TXSSAR member and R. Arthur Brucks in uniform posing with poster of "Forgotten Victories of the Korean War." The Texas, American, and Sons of the American Revolution flags can be seen in the background as well as the TXSSAR seal.
[TXSSAR Members Holding Certificates]
Photograph of TXSSAR members receiving award certificates. A drum set and television are visible in the background as well as an American flag and the TXSSAR seal.
[John Anderson Pinning Levi Walker]
Photograph of Arlington Chapter President, John Anderson, positioning a pin on Levi Walker's shirt collar at a TXSSAR meeting. Joseph and Corey Walker are present and an American flag and microphone are visible in the background.
[John Anderson with the Walker Family]
Photograph of Arlington Chapter members holding award certificates at a TXSSAR meeting. An American flag and portion of the TXSSAR seal are visible in the background.
[Man Speaking at Podium]
Photograph of unknown man speaking at a grave marker dedication ceremony in Arlington, Texas. All of the men present are dressed in historic costume representative of militia and officer revolutionary clothing.
[Hired men on the Drye home]
Portrait of Gabe Brown and Albert Walker, hired to work on the Drye home in Pilot Point, Texas.
[Singers at a convention]
Photograph of seven singers posing for a portrait at a convention in Pilot Point.
[The Dowdell family]
Photograph of the Dowdell family in their living room.
[Four people in a wagon]
Photograph of Mrs B. Pondrom and mother-in-law Mrs. Gerard Pondrom of St. Louis, and Theresa Pondrom.
[A group of people gathered for a birthday]
Photograph of a large gathering of people for the 100th birthday of Dr. John Riley near Pilot Point, Texas.
[The Maxwell family]
Photograph of the Maxwell family, standing in front of the old Drye homestead in Pilot Point, Texas. The back of the photo reads: "The Drye homestead, built 1867 west of Pilot Point, called String Town then. Picture of Maxwell family, now residents of Fair View community, taken 1885."
[Horses hauling wagons of supplies]
Copy negative of men and horses hauling supplies through Denton square. Magill and Shepard Furniture and Undertaking and Garrison and Kimmins Drugs and Books can be seen in the background.
[Horses hauling wagons of supplies]
Copy negative of men and horses hauling supplies through Denton square. Magill and Shepard Furniture and Undertaking and Garrison and Kimmins Drugs and Books can be seen in the background.
[Horses hauling wagons of supplies]
Copy negative of men and horses hauling supplies through Denton square. Magill and Shepard Furniture and Undertaking and Garrison and Kimmins Drugs and Books can be seen in the background.
[Horses hauling wagons of supplies]
Copy negative of men and horses hauling supplies through Denton square. Magill and Shepard Furniture and Undertaking and Garrison and Kimmins Drugs and Books can be seen in the background.
[Horses hauling wagons of supplies]
Copy negative of men and horses hauling supplies through Denton square. Magill and Shepard Furniture and Undertaking and Garrison and Kimmins Drugs and Books can be seen in the background.
[Denton square]
Copy negative of buildings off of the Denton square with people, carriages, and cars bustling in the street.
[Second Methodist University]
Copy negative of the Second Methodist University, demolished in 1923.
[Workers on a thresher]
Copy negative of farmers standing on and around a large thresher just outside of Argyle, Texas.
[The Denton square]
Photograph of a row of buildings on the Denton square. Names of businesses include J. F. Raley & Co. Druggists, The Tin Shop, W. J. McCray Jeweler, and Turner's Grocery.
[Man sitting in an early car]
Copy negative of a man sitting in an early car.
[Second Baptist Church, Denton]
Copy negative of the Second Baptist Church in Denton, built in 1897 and burned in 1917. It sat on the site of the present First Denton National Bank. W. B. McClurkan paid the church $15,000 for the lot and donated $3,000 for the building fund. This sale took place August 28, 1917, and on the same day the church purchased the lot at 400 W. Oak for $8,000.
[Portrait of Letha Vivian]
Photograph of Letha Vivian who came to Denton County with the Drye family in 1836.
[Portrait of Henry Estes]
Portrait of Henry Estes, a plantation owner near Louisville, Kentucky, and brother to Mrs. Drye who was an early settler in Denton County.
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Photograph of four generations of the Drye family, Tip Drye Pondrom holding son Girard, Amanda Barnett Drye, and Martha Estes Barnett. The back reads: "Four generations. Mrs. Drye - came to Texas 1836 with father Doc Barnett, one party in a wagon train-settled village, called it Kentucky Town. Married J. A. Drye, 1837 at 15 years old, a son of family of wagon train resident of Pilot Point of 40 years. Mrs. B. Pondrom nee Tip Drye. Married Mr. Pondrom, a Frenchman. Lives at Corpus Christie. Son Girard. Mother. Daughter of Mrs. Drye, Mrs. Dowdell lives in Denton."
[Four lawyers]
Photograph of four lawyers in the offices of Lawrence Harding in Waxahachie, Texas. Lawrence was educated by the Drye family in Pilot Point.
[Portrait of Myra Estes]
Photograph of Myra Estes, sister of Martha Estes Barnett, mother of Amanda Barnett Drye.
[Bell Avenue, north]
Copy negative of Bell Avenue in front of the TWU dormitories looking north.
[Garrison's Drug Store, interior]
Copy negative of a photograph of the interior of Garrison's Drug Store on the Denton square.
[A funeral in the Denton square]
Copy negative of of the funeral procession for Judge W. J. Austin in the Denton square. Signs that can be seen in the background: C. M. Greenlee, H. J. Howell Jeweler, Walden & Cobb Furniture and Coffins, and Opera House.
[Funeral procession in the Denton square]
Copy negative of the funeral procession for Judge W. J. Austin in the Denton square. Signs that can be seen in the background: C. M. Greenlee, H. J. Howell Jeweler, Walden & Cobb Furniture and Coffins, and Opera House.
[A funeral in the Denton square]
Copy negative of of the funeral procession for Judge W. J. Austin in the Denton square. Signs that can be seen in the background: C. M. Greenlee, H. J. Howell Jeweler, Walden & Cobb Furniture and Coffins, and Opera House.