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[Enid Justin and a man standing next to an Enid street sign]

Description: Photograph of Enid Justin and a man holding a shovel next to a street sign named after Enid Justin. The street sign read "Enid Dr. 1400" and the two people stand next to it with bright smiles on their faces with a small crowd of people behind them. Justin is wearing a two-piece outfit with a floral pattern and sunglasses and the man is wearing a simple suit.
Date: [1950..1970]
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Enid Justin at her desk]

Description: Photograph of Enid Justin holding a boot at her work desk. There are four miscellaneous items in front of her desk on a cloth behind a plaque that states "Miss Enid Justin: President." Behind her desk is a typewriter on her left and two windows with curtains with patterns of leaves.
Date: [1950..1970]
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Enid Justin riding in a wagon at a parade]

Description: Photograph of Enid Justin riding in a Nocona wagon at the Chisholm Trail Nocona Parade in 1954. Justin is wearing a dress with horses and wagons along with a cowboy hat and boots; her driver is wearing traditional western attire with a cowboy hat, leather pants, and a fringed vest. A large crowd of watchers watches the parade on the streets while some sit on the roofs of buildings to get a better view.
Date: 1954
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Enid Justin and Amon Carter Sr. at the 1939 Pony Express]

Description: Photograph of Enid Justin and Amon Carter Sr. standing next to each other during the 1939 Pony Express in Nocona, Texas to San Francisco, California. Justin is wearing and simple dark coat and hat, while Carter wears a similar style, but with a lighter color. A small crowd stands behind on a ledge and Justin and Carter are looking at a camera in front of them along with a cameraman taking pictures behind them as well.
Date: 1939
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Enid Justin and Governor Talmadge at the Georgia government convention in Houston]

Description: Photograph of Enid Justin smiling while watching Governor Talmadge put on a Nocona boot during the Georgia Government Convention in Houston. Justin is wearing a plain dress along with a hat with flowers while Talmadge is wearing a plain suit with a floral printed necktie. Talmadge is struggling to put on the boot even with another man helping him and has a strain on his face while biting his cigar.
Date: 1952
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Shannon Davidson on a horse]

Description: Photograph of 1939 Pony Express winner, Shannon Davidson, riding on a horse. Davidson is wearing a plain suit with a striped necktie and has his right arm raising his hat with a neutral expression on his face. The horse is wearing a simple saddle and the pair are standing in front of a small shack and automobile.
Date: 1939
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Enid Justin at a ribbon cutting opening ceremony]

Description: Photograph of Enid Justin preparing to cut a ribbon at an opening ceremony. A large crowd, with a majority wearing hats, stands behind her in the streets as well as on a building; a car is parked in the middle of the street. Justin is wearing a coat, hat, and cowboy boots; the child next to her is wearing a simple western suit with a hat and boots that are similar to Justin's.
Date: March 1, 1939
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections
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[Memorandum for insurance benefits]

Description: Memorandum for with notes that read, "Benefits. Hospitalization --- for employees their minor children (or --- husband). Profit sharing plan - life insurance - paid holidays, paid vacations (2 week) sick leave. Universal happ---."
Date: [1952..1975]
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Line Dancers in a newspaper article]

Description: Photograph of Line dancers on a news article along with the caption "Swing your Partner." The dancers are wearing western attire with cowboy hats and boots. Most of the women are wearing embellished bodysuits, but two are wearing dresses; however, one of the women is not wearing a hat. There is only one man within the seven-member line dancing group and he is wearing a white cowboy suit that has a showy top with a subtle design on the pants.
Date: 1952
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Enid Justin and the Lone Ranger]

Description: Photograph of Enid Justin and the Lone Ranger smiling together. Justin, on the left, is wearing a patterned dress and is sitting down with a black blanket wrapped around her and a pillow supporting her back; she also wears a Nocona Boot badge as well. The Lone Ranger, on the right of the photo, is wearing a traditional western outfit with a cowboy hat, beaded necklace, and embellished belt.
Date: [1960..1970]
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[An artist's rendering of the Nocona Boot Company]

Description: Photograph of an artist's rendering of the Nocona Boot Company's exterior. The drawing is done in a realistic, yet illustrative style that shows the complete building along with simple details. The building's windows are the main detail along with some trees and shrubs; it is a perspective drawing from a near distance.
Date: [1930..1940]
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Enid Justin and others next to a Nocona Boot Display]

Description: Photograph of Enid Justin and two other women holding a boot in front of a Nocona Boot display. Justin is standing on the left and wearing a simple button-down dress with black glasses while the other two women are wearing western attire with a cowboy hat and fringed jackets. The boot display has numerous styles of boots, with each model on its own display case; a safety rope is in front of the display and the three women.
Date: [1940..1950]
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Enid Justin with the boot machine]

Description: Photograph of Enid Justin with the boot machine. The machine is spinning in a circle with the boots attached to the metal rods, and Enid Justin is holding one of the boots on the machine. Justin's outfit includes of a simple dress with an embellished neckline along with black cat-eye glasses.
Date: [1950..1960]
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[The Nocona Boot Company in the 1940s]

Description: Photograph of the exterior of the Nocona Boot Company in the early 1940s. The building's label states "Nocona Boot Co. Inc." in bold letters and a description of the kind of boots and accessories for boots they sell. Three cars are parked in front of the entrance, with one slightly further to the right than the other two cars.
Date: 1940~
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[The Nocona Boot Company Western Store]

Description: Photograph of the Nocona Boot Company Western Store in the 1970s. The building is wide and has the words "NBC Western Store" on both the right and left of the store's exterior along with a sign on the ground. Multiple cars are parked in front of the entrance on the two sides of the parking lot.
Date: 1970~
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[The Justin family portrait]

Description: Photograph of the family portrait of the eight members of the Justin family. The Justins have three sons and three daughters, all wearing formal attire. The girls are wearing white dresses with an elegant hairstyle like their mother on the right of the photo, and the boys are wearing polished suits with neatly coiffed hair like their father on the left.
Date: 1920~
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Portrait of H.J. Justin]

Description: Photograph of H.J. Justin wearing a black jacket and a plaid bowtie. Justin's hair and mustache are coiffed for a clean-cut look for the photo, and only one button is button out the three on his jacket. He does not look directly into the camera, but rather slightly looking away with a neutral facial expression.
Date: 1920~
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Nocona Boot advertisements]

Description: Photograph of a collection of four advertisement posters for Nocona boots that correspond with a different animal. The top two posters from left to right have a grizzly bear and tarantula as the representative animals for the boots. A mountain lion and a snapping turtle are the animals on the bottom two posters that reflect the other boot models.
Date: 1980~
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[The Justin family home]

Description: Photograph of the front of the Justin family home. The house is two stories high with a balcony that surrounds the entire second story of the house. The yard is mostly a paved dirt path with no grass and has two deck chairs along with a tall, wooden structure to the front right of the porch.
Date: [1890..1920]
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[The exterior of the Justin Boot Co.]

Description: Photograph of Justin Boot Co.'s exterior. The building is long and wide with many windows and stands in front of a water tower. Power lines run through the area and trees are widely spaced throughout the dirt road; two cars are parked next to the entrance of the building as well.
Date: 1920~
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[The Justin Club House]

Description: Photograph of the Justin clubhouse with a wrap-around porch. The clubhouse is wide with a pointed roof and is in a grassy area with a couple of trees. Windows surround the perimeter of the building and wooden poles on every edge support the large, wide roof.
Date: 1951
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Men riding horses down the street]

Description: Photograph of men riding their horses down a street with a large crowd of watchers on the sidelines. All of the men wear similar riding gear along with a cowboy hat. The riders pass by numerous buildings, but the leading riders are passing by a large brick building.
Date: 1939
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections
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