Photograph of men standing on and around the first train to roll through Gainesville, Texas. A year later after this photo was taken, Byrd Senior's wife Mary Alice Johnson, and his son would arrive from Tennessee to begin their life in Texas.
Tripych using a photo of Byrd Williams Jr. as a recent college graduate, taken by his father, Byrd Sr.; a photo of Byrd Williams Jr. as an elderly man, taken by his son, Byrd III; and a photo of Byrd Williams Jr.'s headstone and his grandson Byrd IV's feet, taken by Byrd Williams IV.
Creator: Williams, Byrd M. (Byrd Moore), III; Williams, Byrd M. (Byrd Moore), Jr. & Williams, Byrd M. (Byrd Moore), Sr.
Scrapbook page featuring 5 photos. Pictured on the top left is Byrd Williams Jr.'s horse, Dan. The photo on the top right is the original Cooke County courthouse in Gainesville, Texas, c.1904. The bottom photos feature a man pulling a lever near a train track, a river scene, and an unknown young boy.
Scrapbook page featuring 4 photos with a view of Denton Street in Gainesville c.1902 at the top left, a cutout photo of Byrd Williams Jr. at the top right, a man fishing on a river on the bottom left, and a man standing with a gun at the Elm Fork of the Trinity River in Gainesville, Texas.
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