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    A note on abbreviations:

    In the sortable table below, some of the names have been abbreviated. Dr. Daisy Emery Allen is Dr. D. E. Allen. Dr. James Walter Allen is Dr. J. W. Allen.  James W. Emery is J. W. Emery.

    Series Six Legend:

    Photographs  

    • Location: Boxes 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 12a, 12b

    Photo Albums  

    • Location: Boxes 13, 13a

    Postcards  

    • Location: Box 14

    James Kenedy Allen at the Allen Family Log Cabin

    James Kenedy Allen, father of Dr. James W. Allen, at the Allen Family Log Cabin

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    Series Box Folder Description
    6 7 1 Allemann Family – A. Allemann and Ruth Watson, (1886-1889), 1899, undated
    6 7 1 I1: Cabinet card by Swartz, 600 Main Street, Fort Worth: woman standing by staircase. Written on back: “A. Allemann was Ruth Watson?,” (1886-1889)
    6 7 1 I2: Cabinet card by Winkelmann, Brenham, Texas: woman standing, man seated. Written on back: “A. Allemann and Miss Ruth Watson married Aug. 12, 1899 Brenham, Tex.,” (1895-1900s)
    6 7 1 I3: Cabinet card by Thos. A. Holland, Brenham, Texas: baby. Written on back: “Allemann (?),” undated
    6 7 1 I4: Cabinet card by Holland, Brenham, Tex.: three children. Written on back: “Allemann (?),” undated
    6 7 2 Allen Family – Group Photos, 1902-1955
    6 7 2 I1: Photo on black cardstock: Dr. Daisy Emery Allen posing at fireplace in Emery home at 423 Routh Street, Dallas. Written on back: “Dec 25, 1902”
    6 7 2 I2: Photo on black cardstock: Dr. James Walter Allen posing at fireplace in Emery home at 423 Routh Street, Dallas. Written on back: “Dr. Allen in library, Emery home, Routh St., Dallas, 1902 Xmas,” 1902
    6 7 2 I3: Photo on cream cardstock: Dr. J.W. Allen and Dr. D.E. Allen sitting in chairs in home in Content, Texas. Written on front: “1904 Content. At home in [Haricomb] house on Bright Road,” 1904
    6 7 2 I4: Group on porch of house, Dr. J.W. Allen and Dr. D.E. Allen are seated at bottom right. Written on front: “P. Warnica home Content Tex 1904” and names of pictured, mostly illegible, 1904
    6 7 2 I5: Dr. J.W. Allen and Dr. D.E. Allen on horse-drawn carriage. Written on back: (“Our abode behind the trees),” (1903-1905)
    6 7 2 I6: Dr. J.W. Allen and Dr. D.E. Allen standing in front of home, (1903-1905)
    6 7 2 I7: Portrait encased in cardstock: Dr. James Walter Allen and Dr. Daisy Emery Allen (“Dr. D. Frances Allen”) holding doctor bags in Content, Texas, 1905
    6 7 2 I8: Portrait encased in cardstock: Dr. James Walter Allen and Dr. Daisy Emery Allen, (1905)
    6 7 2 I9: Portrait encased in cardstock: Dr. James Walter Allen and Dr. Daisy Emery Allen, (1905)  
    6 7 2 I10: Photo encased in folder, Gentry, Dallas: Frances and Sheila Allen, (1912)
    6 7 2 I11: Photo encased in folder, four copies: “1915 – 3311 Ave G. Sheila and Frances,” 1915
    6 7 2 I12: Two photos encased in folder, outer frames empty: Sheila and Frances Allen, (1910s)
    6 7 3 Allen Family – Group Photos, (1930s-1960s)
    6 7 3 I1: Three portraits encased in folder: Frances Allen, Dr. D.E. Allen, and Sheila Allen, (1930s)
    6 7 3 I2: Six women and a dog. Written on back: “Lovell, Maine, 1936. Left to right: Frances Marion Allen, Dr. D. Emery Allen (daughter of James Wallace Emery), Sheila Emery Allen,” 1936
    6 7 3 I3: Snapshot of two women and a dog. Written on back: “Lovell, Maine, 1936. Frances Marion Allen, Dr. D. Emery Allen (Daisy) – daughter of James Wallace Emery,” 1936
    6 7 3 I4: Photographic holiday card, 3 prints, one film negative. Written on back of one: “The Allens, Sheila, Dr. Daisy, Frances,” (1940s)
    6 7 3 I5: Sheila and Frances Allen with a group at an unknown event. Photo was cropped and used in an article in Texas Wesleyan “Alumni in the News,” (1950s-1960s)
    6 7 3 I6: Sheila and Frances Allen, zoomed and annotated from the prior photo, (1950s-1960s)
    6 7 4 Allen Family – Dr. Daisy Emery Allen, (1896)-1948
    6 7 4 I1: Reproduction of Fort Worth High School class. Daisy Emery Allen might be one of the students pictured, undated
    6 7 4 I2: Cabinet card by Swartz, 705 Main St., Fort Worth: [Dr. Daisy Emery Allen], one print, one film negative, April 1896
    6 7 4 I3: Tintype, two unknown women sitting in studio in Coney Island. Possibly Dr. Daisy Emery Allen on right, one of her sisters on left, 1900
    6 7 4 I4: Picture in cream cardstock: woman with small child on hillside. Written on back: “’Water Sprite’ Jenkins [and] Daisy – Taken at Dallas Tex. Oct. 9, 1901.” Notation in blue ink says, “Edgar Emery,” 1901
    6 7 4 I5: Portrait of Dr. Daisy Emery Allen, April 1930
    6 7 4 I6: Portrait  encased in cardstock, Dr. D.E. Allen, undated
    6 7 4 I7: Portrait of Dr. D.E. Allen, undated
    6 7 4 I8: Portrait of Dr. D.E. Allen, undated
    6 7 4 I9: Portrait of Dr. D.E. Allen, undated
    6 7 4 I10: Portrait of Dr. D.E. Allen, undated
    6 7 4 I11: Portrait of Dr. D.E. Allen, undated
    6 7 4 I12: Portrait of Dr. D.E. Allen, undated
    6 7 4 I13: Portrait of Dr. D.E. Allen, two copies. Photo used to create engraving (below), 1948
    6 7 4 I14: Photographic engraving of Dr. D.E. Allen, 3 copies encased in folders from The National Cyclopedia of American Biography, James T. White and Company, New York; 1 copy encapsulated in white cardstock, 1948
    6 7 4 I15: Eight portraits of Dr. D.E. Allen taken for passport, two negatives, 1948 
    6 7 5 Allen Family – James Walter Allen, 1892-1902
    6 7 5 I1: Cabinet card by J.E. Daniel, Fort Worth: Dr. J.W. Allen, 1892
    6 7 5 I2: Photographic sketch based on 1892 photo, two copies, undated
    6 7 5 I3: Photographic sketch based on 1892 photo, incomplete, undated 
    6 7 5 I4: Cabinet card by Ardmore, Downing, Indian Territory: Dr. J.W. Allen. Written on back: “Tokeen – When I was nineteen,” (1894)
    6 7 5 I5: Cabinet card by Swartz, 705 Main St., Fort Worth: Dr. J.W. Allen, 1902
    6 7 5 I6: Photo encased in cardstock, man wearing hat in photographer’s studio. Written on front: “Best friend – Worst Enemy – 2/20/02;” back: “Frances 0.7, Heap bad man all some just like cow boy (sic),” 1902
    6 7 5 I7: Photo encased in cardstock, portrait of James W. Allen sitting in chair. Written on front: “J.W.A.,” undated 
    6 7 5 I8: Photo encased in cardstock, portrait of James W. Allen sitting in chair, undated
    6 7 5 I9: Photo encased in cardstock, three men standing outside small wooden building. Written on front: “An engraver – a T.B. patient. J.W.A.,” undated
    6 7 6 Allen Family – James Walter Allen in a “Dry Cave” 150 yards underground, December 1902. (Holdman’s Pasture, Green Co., Oklahoma), 1902
    6 7 6 I1: Photo encased in cream cardstock: group of three men and four women. Written on front: “In a cave – by Dr. J.W.A.,” (1902)
    6 7 6 I2: Photo encased in black cardstock: group of three men and four women in a cave, (1902)
    6 7 6 I3: Photo encased in black cardstock: group of three men and four women in a cave. Illegible writing on front, (1902)
    6 7 6 I4: Photo encased in black cardstock: group of four men and four women in a cave, (1902)
    6 7 6 I5: Photo encased in cream cardstock: group of four men and four women in a cave, (1902)
    6 7 6 I6: Photo encased in black cardstock: group of three men and four women in a cave, (1902)
    6 7 7 Allen Family – James Walter Allen in Oklahoma (Reed, Granite, Doan’s Crossing, Vinson, and Frances, OK), 1902-1904
    6 7 7 I1: Photo encased in cream cardstock: two men in front of building. Written on front: “Doan’s store, Tex. 1/02,” 1902
    6 7 7 I2: Photo encased in black cardstock: small building with three men to the side. Written on front: “Office in Reed, Okla.,” undated
    6 7 7 I3: Photo encased in black cardstock: man and woman. Written on back: “Reed patrons,” undated
    6 7 7 I4: Photo encased in black cardstock. Written on back: “Room joining office Reed, Okla.”
    6 7 7 I5: Photo encased in cream cardstock: mountain view with town in background. Written on front: “Granite,” undated
    6 7 7 I6: Photo encased in cream cardstock: mountain view with town in background. Written on front: “Granite,” undated
    6 7 7 I7: Photo encased in cream cardstock: rocky mountain. Written on front: “Granite,” undated
    6 7 7 I8: Photo encased in cream cardstock: buildings in rural town. Written on front: “Granite,” undated
    6 7 7 I9: Photo encased in cream cardstock: buildings in rural town. Written on front: “Early days of Granite Okla.,” undated
    6 7 7

    I10: Photo encased in cream cardstock: two-story home. Written on front: “Granite,” undated

    6 7 7 I11: Photo encased in cream cardstock: street in town lined with telephone poles and coal and lumber supplier. Written on front: “Granite,” 1904
    6 7 7 I12: Photo encased in cream cardstock: rocky mountain. Written on front: “Granite,” undated
    6 7 7 I13: Photo encased in cream cardstock: rural town. Written on front: “Leger,” undated
    6 7 7 I14: Photo encased in black cardstock: people and horses among rubble in Vinson Oklahoma. Written on back: “After the fire, March 1904”
    6 7 7 I15: Photo on cream cardstock: line of wooden buildings of local businesses in Francis, Oklahoma Territory. Nineteen men and one woman stand in front of the buildings housing J.A. Hendricks Grocery, McBennett Barber Shop, and H.T. Russ Dry Goods. Written on front: “Man by post Dr. F. The Druggist and I in Drug Store. West side,” 1902
    6 7 7 I16: Photo on cream cardstock: wide view of two small rows of buildings in Francis, Oklahoma Territory, (1902)
    6 7 8 Allen Family – Frances Marion Allen, (1909)-1929, 1977
    6 7 8 I1: Frances Allen as a baby, standing in a basket, (1909)
    6 7 8 I2: Portrait by Studio of Voorhees and DeVoe, 224 Elm Street, Dallas, encased in folder. Frances Allen at age 15 months, (1909)
    6 7 8 I3: Film negative, hands and torso, undated
    6 7 8 I4: Film negative, profile, undated
    6 7 8 I5: Film negative, profile, undated
    6 7 8 I6: Portrait by Stauts Studio, Fort Worth, encased in folder. Written on front: “Love from ‘Your little Frances’ ’22,” back: “Aunt Mollie and Uncle Pete Warnica,” 1922
    6 7 8 I7: Portrait by Stauts Studio, Fort Worth, encased in folder. Written on front: “To dear Aunt Annie and Uncle Jim, From Frank ‘22,” back: “Aunt Annie and Uncle Jim Bright,” 1922
    6 7 8 I8: Portrait by Greer, Fort Worth, encased in folder: Frances Allen wearing white dress, holding flowers and rolled paper. Written on front: “Love to Nannie and Uncle Jim, From Frances,” 1924
    6 7 8 I9: Portrait by Greer, Fort Worth, encased in folder: Frances Allen wearing white dress, holding flowers and rolled paper. Written on front: “Lovingly, Frances, June, ‘24,” 1924
    6 7 8 I10: Portrait of Frances Allen encased in cardstock, undated
    6 7 8 I11: Portrait of Frances Allen, undated
    6 7 8 I12: Portrait of Frances Allen, undated
    6 7 8 I13: Portrait of Frances Allen, undated
    6 7 8 I14: Portrait of Frances Allen, undated
    6 7 8 I15: Portrait of Frances Allen, undated
    6 7 8 I16: Portrait of Frances Allen, undated
    6 7 8 I17: Portrait of Frances Allen, undated
    6 7 8 I18: Portrait of Frances Allen, undated
    6 7 8 I19: Portrait of Frances Allen, undated
    6 7 8 I20: Portrait of Frances Allen, undated
    6 7 8 I21: Portrait of Frances Allen, two copies, undated
    6 7 8 I22: Photo by University Studio, Dan Ervin McCaskill, Austin, Texas, encased in frame, (1929)
    6 7 8 I23: Portrait of Frances Allen, four copies. Written on back: “7-11-77,” 1977
    6 7 8 I24: Film negative, portrait of Frances Allen taken for passport, two copies, 1948
    6 8 1 Allen/Emery Family – Daisy, Frances, Sheila, Family, and Friends, (1900s-1920s)
    6 8 1 I1: Film negative, three people inside and one woman standing beside a car, undated
    6 8 1 I2: Photographic postcard created from larger photo in Series VII: Books and Mementos, box 22. Written on back: “Elizabeth Emery and F. Allen, Baby,” (1909)
    6 8 1 I3: Photographic postcard, partial: baby in chair, undated
    6 8 1 I4: Six children in a field. Written on back: “Goldsboro Texas 1910 – most beautiful fields of wild flowers [sic] Daddy took a bunch of youngsters. Frances – the smallest – in the front – of course.” and stamped: “249,” 1910
    6 8 1 I5: Woman and young child with oil rig in far background. “Marie and Frances in front of Drugstore at Goldsboro,” April 1911
    6 8 1 I6: Two young children, possibly Sheila and Frances Allen. Stamped on back: “249,” (1911)
    6 8 1 I7: Three women grouped around three children. Names written on back: “Fannie - Elizabeth, Ida, Daisy - Frances in buggy,” (1908)
    6 8 1 I8: Photographic postcard of Daisy, Frances, and Sheila Allen and automobile in front of house at 1900 Heaton Street, Fort Worth, (1916)
    6 8 1 I9: Photographic postcard of Frances and Sheila Allen with small dog on porch of house at 1900 Heaton Street, Fort Worth, 1917
    6 8 1 I10 Snapshot with decorative border, four young women standing on steps in front of building. Stamped on back: “32,” (1920s-1930s)
    6 8 1 I11: Young woman. Stamped on back: “Illini Quality Service, Jul 9 1932,” 1932 
    6 8 1 I12: Snapshot of Frances Allen, two copies. Written on back: “If I have already sent these to you give Aunt Mollie one – or some one (sic) else who would accept. Frances Allen at home, 2256 Fifth Ave.,” (1920s-1930s)
    6 8 1 I13: Sheila Allen posing in front of stream, (1920s-1930s)
    6 8 1 I14: Frances and Sheila Allen posing in front of stream, (1920s-1930s)
    6 8 1 I15: Two girls, possibly Frances Allen and a friend,  (1920s)
    6 8 1 I16: Girl sitting on steps with two dogs, undated
    6 8 1 I17: Girl wearing costume, undated
    6 8 1 I18: Children in yard. Written on back: “Frances and Sheila Allen, Geraldine and Lucile Waldrip, Jack and Mack Gray (puzzle – find Jack),” (late 1910s)
    6 8 1 I19: Two women, Dr. Daisy, Frances, and Sheila, (late 1910s)
    6 8 1 I20: Two women with Dr. Daisy, Frances, and Sheila, six copies. Written on back of one: “What could have happened to this bunch – if they really feel like they look,” (late 1910s)
    6 8 1 I21: Frances Allen, Dr. Daisy Emery Allen, Sheila Allen (holding a kitten), Lottie Emery, and Annie Emery standing outside Allen home at 1900 Heaton Avenue, Fort Worth, June 1919
    6 8 1 I22: Frances Allen, Dr. Daisy Emery Allen, Sheila Allen (holding a kitten), Lottie Emery, and Annie Emery standing outside Allen home at 1900 Heaton Avenue, Fort Worth, June 1919
    6 8 1 I23: Frances Allen, Lottie Emery, Sheila Allen, and Annie Emery standing in dirt pathway. Written on back: “On way to Tyler’s Lake,” June 1919
    6 8 1 I24: Two women standing next to a small tree. Written on back: “Aunt Sybil Harmon, Aunt Annie Emery,” “Darling,” and “Sheila Allen,” (1910s-1920s)
    6 8 1 I25: Lake or river, (1910s-1920s)
    6 8 1 I26: Lake or river. Written on back: “Sidney,” (1910s-1920s)
    6 8 1 I27: Lake Worth dam, [1910s-1920s]
    6 8 1 I28: Lake Worth dam. In the corner is a woman or girl with short hair, two copies, (1910s-1920s)
    6 8 1 I29: Three women with Frances and Sheila Allen at lake, (late 1910s)
    6 8 1 I30: Frances and Sheila Allen standing in lake, (late 1910s)
    6 8 1 I31: Frances and Sheila Allen, (late 1910s)
    6 8 1 I32: Frances and Sheila Allen, (late 1910s)
    6 8 1 I33: Frances, unidentified woman, and Sheila Allen, (late 1910s)
    6 8 1 I34: Children, image of one person cut out, undated
    6 8 1 I35: Two girls, undated
    6 8 1 I36: Frances or Sheila Allen, undated
    6 8 1 I37: Irene Jennings and Sheila Allen, undated
    6 8 1 I38: Three young girls being sprayed with water by young boy, undated
    6 8 1 I39: Sheila Allen and friend Hazel with small dog, undated
    6 8 1 I40: Three girls and a dog, undated
    6 8 1 I41: Dr. D.E. Allen in front of building with three men, undated
    6 8 1 I42: Three girls wearing necklaces and headbands, undated
    6 8 1 I43: Young woman standing in front of brick wall, two copies, (1920s)
    6 8 1 I44: Two young women sitting on steps in front of house, undated
    6 8 1a Allen/Emery Family – Daisy, Frances, Sheila, Family, and Friends, (1940s-1960s)
    6 8 1b Allen/Emery Family Snapshots, (1910s-1960s)
    6 8 2 Allen Family – Sheila Emery Allen, (1910s-1940s), 1977
    6 8 2 I1: Round portrait of Sheila Allen, (1910s)
    6 8 2 I2: Photo encased in cardstock, group of 24 children with a woman. Initials “S,” “E,” and “D” written on three children, possibly identifying Sheila Allen, Frances Allen, and cousin Elizabeth Emery (1910s)
    6 8 2 I3: Portrait by Stauts Studio, Fort Worth, encased in folder, (1922)
    6 8 2 I4: Portrait encased in cardstock, undated
    6 8 2 I5: Portrait of Sheila Allen, undated
    6 8 2 I6: Portrait of Sheila Allen, undated
    6 8 2 I7: Portrait of Sheila Allen, undated
    6 8 2 I8: Portrait of Sheila Allen, undated
    6 8 2 I9: Portrait of Sheila Allen, undated
    6 8 2 I10: Portrait mounted on heavy cardstock: Sheila Allen wearing white dress and holding flowers, undated
    6 8 2 I11: Portrait of Sheila Allen wearing long white dress, undated
    6 8 2 I12: Portrait by Kerr, Fort Worth, encased in folder. Signed: “Lovingly, Sheila,” undated
    6 8 2 I13: Portrait of Sheila Allen, four copies, (1940s-1950s)
    6 8 2 I14: Portrait of Sheila Allen, (1940s-1950s)
    6 8 2 I15: Portrait of Sheila Allen, four copies. Written on back: “7-11-77,” 1977
    6 8 2 I16: Portrait of Sheila Allen taken for passport, 1 print, three film negatives, 1948
    6 8 3 Allen Family – Sheila Emery Allen, First Methodist Church Choir Conference, 1940s-1950s
    6 8 3 I1: Fort Worth First Methodist Choir, Skeet Richardson photo, 1946
    6 8 3 I2: Church choir. Note attached: “(Offa S Lattimore)”, 1950
    6 8 3 I3: Fort Worth First Methodist Choir, (1940s-1950s)
    6 8 3 I4: Church choir, photo by Jo Allison, (1940s-1950s)
    6 8 4 Allen Family – R. Vickery Elementary, 1917-1920s
    6 8 4 I1: Class outside school, Frances Allen, names written on back, 1917
    6 8 4 I2: Class outside school, Sheila Allen, (1917)
    6 8 4 I3: First grade students inside classroom, partial names on back, 1918
    6 8 4 I4: Students inside classroom, undated
    6 8 4 I5: Class outside school, Sheila Allen, names written on back, 1920
    6 8 4 I6: Fourth grade class, Kennedy Photo Co., Sheila Allen, names written on back, (1922-1923)
    6 8 4 I7: Class outside school, Jernigan Photo Service, Fort Worth, undated
    6 8 5 Allen Family – Travel – 30 Days, 7000 Miles to Visit Relatives in Maine with Stops in New Orleans, St. Augustine, and Jamestown. Daisy, Frances, and Sheila Allen, 1936
    6 8 5 I1: “New Orleans Christ Church I think”
    6 8 5 I2: [Frances and Sheila] on steps of unnamed building
    6 8 5 I3: [Frances and Sheila] on steps of unnamed building
    6 8 5 I4: View of city and river from above, 1936
    6 8 5 I5: Frances and Daisy on beach, “Frank and you, St. Augustine”
    6 8 5 I6: Woman in swimsuit on beach
    6 8 5 I7: Woman in swimsuit on beach
    6 8 5 I8: Two women in swimsuits on beach
    6 8 5 I9:  Two women in swimsuits on beach
    6 8 5 I10: Field with five workers
    6 8 5 I11: “Portland, Maine, Northest (sic) point East to Europe”
    6 8 5 I12: Woman in Portland, Maine
    6 8 5 I13: Three women
    6 8 5 I14: Gravesite, “Wife of David Crockett – Buried in Texas”
    6 8 5 I15: Two women with marker, “Sidney Lanier’s tree under which he wrote”
    6 8 5 I16: “Baton Rouge La Capitol”
    6 8 5 I17: Suwannee River
    6 8 5 I18: Woman in front of stone building
    6 8 5 I19: Woman in garden
    6 8 5 I20: Woman in front of river
    6 8 5 I21: Three women sitting on steps of Jamestown Tercentenary Monument
    6 8 5 I22: Three women at stone gate
    6 8 5 I23: “Star Spangled Banner (song)”
    6 8 5 I24: View of unnamed body of water with boats
    6 8 5 I25: Two women, two copies
    6 8 5 I26: View of Potomac River through trees, Mount Vernon
    6 8 5 I27: Two women standing in front of building, Jamestown
    6 8 5 I28: Woman on steps of Jamestown Tercentenary Monument
    6 8 5 I29: Two women
    6 8 5 I30: Mount Vernon
    6 8 5 I31: Two women in front of car, Mount Vernon
    6 8 5 I32: Jamestown Tercentenary Monument
    6 8 5 I33: “New Orleans, Frances bought purse Woman’s Exchange”
    6 8 5 I34: Three women
    6 8 5 I35: Woman at fort in St. Augustine
    6 8 5 I36: Two women at cemetery in St. Augustine
    6 8 5 I37: Three women
    6 8 5 I38: One woman, “Inn by sea – Flo.”
    6 8 5 I39: One woman at St. Augustine wishing well
    6 8 5 I40: One woman at cemetery in ST. Augustine
    6 8 5 I41: Film negatives, 50 photos
    6 8 6 Allen Family – James Kenedy, II, undated
    6 8 6 I1: Illustration of James Kenedy Allen, II, two copies, 1814-1883
    6 8 7 Allen Family – James Kenedy Allen, III, 1894, undated
    6 8 7 I1: Cabinet card by Swartz, 600 Main Street, Fort Worth, two copies, 1894
    6 8 7 I2: James Kenedy Allen, III with long white beard, undated
    6 8 8 Allen Family – James K. III, Theodocia (second wife), and Mollie (sister), (early 1920s)
    6 8 9 Allen Family – Mary Ann (Mollie) (Married: King), 1894, undated
    6 8 9 I1: Cabinet card by J.E. Daniel, Fort Worth. Written on back: “My aunt, Mrs. R.H. King, Fort Worth, Tex., 1894. Gr. Aunt Mollie Allen,” 1894
    6 8 9 I2: Photographic postcard. Written on back: “Aunt Mollie King,” undated
    6 8 10 Allen Log Cabin – (1910s-1930s), 1978
    6 8 10 I1: Unidentified young woman and Robert Allen in military uniform standing in front of Allen Log Cabin. Note reads: “This picture shows original cabin without windows on left or west side,” (1918)
    6 8 10 I2: Two children sitting on bicycles in front of unnamed building, undated
    6 8 10 I3: Copy of painting by Maurine Chancellor for Bessie Dearing. It was based on a professional photograph of the cabin with a family group in front around 1900-1902. The painting shows two additions: the “professor’s room” and an old grainery, (1930s)  
    6 8 10 I4: Copy of painting by Mrs. Maurine Chancellor for Gladys Tannahill, 1934
    6 8 10 I5: Sketch of log cabin, two copies. One copy includes note: “1864 log cabin as it will appear when restored,” (1970s)
    6 8 10 I6: Photocopy of two photos of Allen Log Cabin, back view and front view, 1978
    6 8 11 Berg Family – William, Lillian, Melvin, Susie Varnell, (1910s)-1926
    6 8 11 I1: Strip of four photos, two copies: Mrs. Lillian Berg, Etheline, Melvine, Mr. William Berg, Illinois, (1910s)
    6 8 11 I2: Portrait by Stimson, encased in folder: “William Berg Family – Illinois.” Written on back: “Our very grand friends, The Bergs,” 1918
    6 8 11 I3: Strip of four photos: Mrs. Will Berg and Mrs. Hix, undated
    6 8 11 I4: Susie Varnell Berg, undated
    6 8 11 I5: Portrait encased in folder, two copies: Mrs. Berg, Melvin, Susie Varnell, Etheline, Mr. William Berg, Illinois, undated
    6 8 11 I6: Portrait by J.H. Scott Studio of Fine Portraiture, 420 Unity Bldg., Bloomington Ill., encased in folder. Signed, “Lovingly, Etheline,” 1926
    6 8 11 I7: Portrait by The Gross Studio, Bloomington, Ill., encased in folder: Melvin Berg, 1925
    6 8 11 I8: Portrait encased in folder: Mr. and Mrs. William Berg. Signed, “The Bergs,” undated
    6 8 11 I9: Eight children eating watermelon on front lawn. Written on back: “At Uncle Gus Berg’s farm, Ill.,” undated
    6 8 11 I10: Four men and one woman. Written on back: “Mrs Wm Berg,” undated
    6 8 11 I11: Mrs. William Berg with young man, undated
    6 8 11 I12: Three women, one man, and a young child. Written on back: “At Bergs, Danvers, Ill.,” 1933
    6 8 11 I13: Photographic postcard, six month old baby, 1901-1914
    6 8 11 I14: Exterior of home with woman and baby in yard and man on porch. Written on back: “Wish we had all (illegible) on here. Our House,” undated
    6 8 11 I15: Group of eleven posed in front yard. Written on back: “Uncle Horice and Aunt Susie and Rosie and Julius Otto’s of (illegible),” (1923)
    6 8 11 I16: Woman and child on lawn. Written on back: “Aunt Susie and Susie Vernell,” undated
    6 8 11 I17: Woman and two children on lawn. Written on back: “This is for Francis. I know she thinks of Mother Berg,” undated
    6 9 1 Bright, Annie Belle (Emery) and Friends, [1890s]-1914
    6 9 1 I1: Portrait by Dunlap, Dallas: woman wearing white dress and man wearing loose suit with dotted tie. Leyla Phelps and cousin, undated
    6 9 1 I2: Portrait by Dunlap, Dallas: Leyla Phelps and her cousin, undated
    6 9 1 I3: Portrait by (Bergnery), El Paso, Texas, encased in folder: profile of Emma Braswell, undated
    6 9 1 I4: Cabinet card by W. Wirt Williams, 904 Elm Street, corner of Akard Avenue, Dallas: Ben Brown of Fort Worth holding hat, undated
    6 9 1 I5: Photo encased in black cardstock: View of Oak Lawn Park. Man alone in paddle boat in forefront and a party in a covered boat in background, undated
    6 9 1 I6: Portrait by O’Bannon, Dallas: Woman wearing black dress and round glasses, undated
    6 9 1 I7: Portrait by Schreiber, Dallas: Emma Braswell wearing white collared shirt with black tie, undated
    6 9 1 I8: Portrait encased in folder: classmate in Canyon. Signed, “Lovingly, Sadie Anderson, Abilene, Texas.” Classmate in Canyon, 1913-1914
    6 9 1 I9: Portrait encased in folder: Pearl Martin, classmate in Canyon, 1913-1914
    6 9 1 I10: Portrait encased in cardstock, H.D. Scott, Dallas: Miller baby, undated
    6 9 1 I11: Snapshot of Annie Belle Emery Bright in front of Allen home at 1900 Heaton Street, Fort Worth, (1907)
    6 9 2 Bright, Annie Belle (Emery) – Christmas Card from Vinette. Cardstock with space to hold 35 small photographs. Each space is labeled on back. Twenty-two photos are still in place. Also included are two unlabeled loose photos, 1904
    6 9 3 Bright, Annie Belle (Emery) and Students, (1900s-1910s)
    6 9 3 I1: Group of Annie Emery’s students at Cumberland Hill School in Dallas, undated
    6 9 3 I2: Photo encased in black cardstock, group of Annie Emery’s students at Cumberland Hill School in Dallas, undated
    6 9 3 I3: Annie Belle Emery with students at Stephen F. Austin School, Dallas, Texas, undated
    6 9 3 I4: Annie Belle Emery with students at Cumberland Hill School, Dallas, Texas, undated
    6 9 3 I5: Faculty of Stephen F. Austin School in Dallas, undated
    6 9 4 Bright, Annie Belle (Emery) Photo Album of House at 423 Routh Street, Dallas, undated
    6 9 4 I1: Cover, stamped with “Photographs” 
    6 9 4 I2: Three women and one man standing in front of home. Written on photo: “Home on 423 Routh Street, Dallas”
    6 9 4 I3: View of side and back of house
    6 9 4 I4: Two young children and chicken standing behind house
    6 9 4 I5: View of home with snow on ground and roof
    6 9 4 I6:  Dr. J.W. Allen standing with horse, two cows, and chickens next to barn
    6 9 4 I7: Seven women and two young boys posed around a cow. In background is a barn with a carriage and chickens
    6 9 4 I8: Woman walking with chickens next to woodpile
    6 9 4 I9: Man feeding chickens, likely J.W. Emery
    6 9 4 I10: View of snowy landscape with houses in distance
    6 9 4 I11: Duplicate, “Barn at 423 Routh Street Home, Dallas. Dr. J.W. Allen and George (his horse), Brownie, and Red”
    6 9 4 I12: Young boy on snowy day with unidentified house in background
    6 9 4 I13: Duplicate, view of snowy landscape with houses in distance
    6 9 4 I14: Four young women posed around staircase in home
    6 9 4 I15: Fireplace in home
    6 9 4 I16: Cow in wooded area
    6 9 4 I17: Woman singing, woman playing piano, man and woman sitting at dinner table 
    6 9 4 I18: Seven boys posed on small wooden bridge
    6 9 4 I19: Woman in wooded area
    6 9 4 I20: Young boy holding rake
    6 9 4 I21: Man and woman standing at gate smiling at one another
    6 9 4 I22: Lottie and Daisy posing behind rock 
    6 9 5 Brown Family House. Photo of two men and two women in front of home in Weatherford, undated
    6 9 6 Camp Bowie – Howell Hale, 1919, (1943)
    6 9 6 I1: Man in military uniform posing next to automobile. Inside automobile is a woman and two children, possibly Annie Belle Emery, Frances Allen, and Sheila Allen. Written on back: “Howel [sic] Hale at Camp Bowie just before his discharge,” (1919)
    6 9 6 I2: Two men, one wearing a military uniform, standing in front of a tent, (1919)
    6 9 6 I3: Two men, one wearing a military uniform, standing in front of a tent, duplicate photo. Written on back by Annie Belle Emery: “Joel Hale and son Howell in front of Howell’s tent at Camp Bowie,” June 1919
    6 9 6 I4: Five young men in military uniform standing in front of a tent, (1919)
    6 9 6 I5: Five young men in military uniform standing in front of a tent, (1919)
    6 9 6 I6: Line of tents at Camp Bowie, (1919)
    6 9 6 I7: “Y.M.C.A. Hut – Camp Bowie, 6/19, Taken from car while we were waiting for Comp. H. – 143rd Inf.,” 1919
    6 9 6 I8: Infantry marching. Written on back by Annie Belle Emery: “At Camp Bowie 6-19. On day of arrival of 143rd Inf. Passing us at YMCA Hut near Mess Hall,” June 1919 
    6 9 6 I9: Men marching. Written on back: “World War I” and “As they go marching on 1943,” (1943)
    6 9 7 Cleaves Family – Governor Robert A., Maine, 1899-1900
    6 9 7 I1: James Wallace Emery and Governor Robert A. Cleaves standing in front of the “Little Heis Schoolhouse.” J.W. Emery paid a visit to his former student, Governor Cleaves in Maine, 1900
    6 9 7 I2: Cleaves home in Bridgton, Maine, July 20, 1899
    6 9 7 I3: Portrait of Caroline Walker Cleaves, daughter of Governor Cleaves, 1899
    6 9 7 I4: Cabinet card, portrait of Robert A. Cleaves, Governor of Maine, who attended school in the little red schoolhouse taught by J.W. Emery, 1900
    6 9 7 I5: Cabinet card, portrait of son of Governor Cleaves, undated
    6 9 8 Cotton Scene on Treadwell Farm, Becker, Texas, Fall 1897
    6 9 9 Elwell Family, (1880s)-1903
    6 9 9 I1: Cabinet card by Brand Studio, Chicago: Mrs. Martha Elwell of Maine, cousin of James Wallace Emery, (1880s-1890s)
    6 9 9 I2: Cabinet card by Crowell Studio, Weltham, Mass.: Frank Elwell of Buxton, Maine, 1900
    6 9 9 I3: Portrait encased in cardstock: Frank M. Elwell, June 1903
    6 9 10 Emery Cousins – Paul Brewer Emery, Ernest Emery Harmon, and Arthur Charles Pruitt, (1890s-1900s)
    6 9 10 I1: “The Trio: Paul B. Emery, Ernest Emery Harmon, and Arthur Charles Pruitt,” (1890s)
    6 9 10 I2: Portrait on cardstock with scalloped edges, two copies, (1890s)
    6 9 10 I3: Portrait on cardstock, two copies, (1900s)
    6 9 11 Emery Family, (1890s)-1913, undated
    6 9 11 I1: Portrait of thee young women encased in cardstock, undated
    6 9 11 I2: Members of Trinity Choir, including Annie Emery and Lois Emery, 1913
    6 9 11 I3: Five young children sitting on steps: “Cradle Roll Babies, Christian Church, Community near Tuxedo, Md.,” undated
    6 9 11 I4: Snapshot of girl wearing dress and bonnet and standing on a path next to a house. “From Mrs. Benj. F. Chapman, 746 Maine Avenue, Long Beach, California,” undated
    6 9 11 I5: Boy and dog with streetcar in the background, undated
    6 9 11 I6: Cabinet card by Peery, Kaufman, Texas: Kinchen Matthews, Wilsons Chapel, Kaufman Company, undated
    6 9 11 I7: Portrait by Montgomery, Dallas, encased in folder: Lorena Wilson, undated
    6 9 11 I8: Portrait of Cid Emery with hair and mustache altered by hand, undated
    6 9 11 I9: Woman holding baby wearing christening gown. Written on back by Dr. Daisy Emery Allen: “Grandma [Barnes] and Wallace Emery, Dallas,” (1890-1901)
    6 9 12 Emery Family Homes, undated
    6 9 12 I1: Frank Crew’s home on Henderson, undated
    6 9 12 I2: The Emery family’s first home in Dallas, Woodside Avenue. James Wallace Emery stands in front of the house with one of his daughters, and a young boy holds a flag at the front fence, undated
    6 9 12 I3: The Emery family’s first home in Dallas, Woodside Avenue. Five women and one child stand on the front porch, undated
    6 9 12 I4:  Home of James W. Emery located at 415 Wheeler (now College) taken 1892-1898. Second floor porch, left-right: daughters Annie Belle, Frances Daisy, and Lottie. First floor, left to right: Bertha Pruitt, Sybil Wilson, Lois Emery Wilson holding baby Aliene, Mrs. Cid Emery with grandchildren Bess Wilson and Paul Emery, Elizabeth Brown Emery in wheelchair on porch, and Rupert Wilson at gate, undated
    6 10 1 Emery Relatives in Lovell, Maine, (1860s)-1940
    6 10 1 I1: Tintype, “Aunt Hannah (Hobbs),” wife of John Emery, (1860s)
    6 10 1 I2: Portrait of Charlotte Hobbs, undated
    6 10 1 I3: Photographic postcard of John Emery’s home covered in snow, (1904-1918)
    6 10 1 I4: Florence Stickeney Emery, Jenny Emery’s daughter, 1899
    6 10 1 I5: “Views of Lovell” photo album, front cover showing title spelled out with plants, (1900)
    6 10 1 I6: “Views of Lovell” photo album, “Main Street” with carriage, (1900)
    6 10 1 I7: “Views of Lovell” photo album, “Church Street,” 1900
    6 10 1 I8: “Views of Lovell” photo album, “Narrows Bridge” and woman, (1900)
    6 10 1 I9: “Views of Lovell” photo album, “Lake Kezar,” (1900)
    6 10 1 I10: “Views of Lovell” photo album, “Cong’l. Church," (1900)
    6 10 1 I11: “Views of Lovell” photo album, “American House," (1900)
    6 10 1 I12: “Views of Lovell” photo album, “Snow Roller” pulled by six heads of cattle and one man, (1900)
    6 10 1 I13: “Views of Lovell” photo album, “Stage” pulled by four horses with passengers inside and on top, (1900)
    6 10 1 I14: Jennie Farington Emery sitting on steps in Lovell, (1936)
    6 10 1 I15: Emery farm covered in snow, 1941
    6 10 1 I16: Photographic postcard of three homes with people standing out front, (1904-1918)
    6 10 2 Emery Relatives in Maine, (1870s-1910s)
    6 10 2 I1: Two identical photos of carriage on Old Orchard Beach. Written on back: “Aunt Hittie and Uncle Allen, Cousins George and Frankie.” Photography by J.O. Durgan, (1870s)
    6 10 2 I2: John M. Dunn, cousin of J.W. Emery, 91 Spruce St., Portland, Maine, undated 
    6 10 2 I3: Photographic postcard, Chapin Homestead, Saco, Maine, undated
    6 10 2 I4: Cabinet card by C.E. Hammond, 27 Monument Square, Portland: “Cousin Si [Cy] Harmon,” (1890s)
    6 10 2 I5: Cabinet card by Lamson, 5 Temple Street, Portland: Cy Harmon, cousin of J.W. Emery, 1903
    6 10 2 I6: Cabinet card by Charles W. Hearn, Portland: Albert E. Harmon, 1884
    6 10 2 I7: Cabinet card by Hanson, 12 Monument Square, Portland: Cousin Sarah Harmon, undated
    6 10 2 I8: Cabinet card by H.M. Smith, 478 Congress Street: unknown woman, undated
    6 10 2 I9: Cabinet card by C.W. Hearn, 392 Boylston Street, Boston and Old Orchard: “Sherman Coffin (Sawtelle), 2 yrs 6 months, 3 feet 3 in., 40 lbs.,” undated
    6 10 2 I10: Cabinet card by Lansil, 4 Main Street, Bangor: John Leland Crosby. On the back is an impression of a photo of a young girl, believed to be Marcia Pruitt, daughter of Effie and granddaughter of J.W. Emery, undated
    6 10 3 Emery Relatives in Massachusetts and Maryland, (1850s)-1904
    6 10 3 I1: Carte de visite by Gilchrest, 92 Merrimack St., Lowell, Massachusetts: young man with beard, (1850s-1870s)
    6 10 3 I2: Carte de visite by S. Towle, with G.C. Ghilchrest, 92 Merrimack Street, Lowell, Massachusetts: unknown man, (1850s-1870s)
    6 10 3 I3: Portrait of woman encased in cardstock, Miss Alice Levitt, Sligo, Maryland, September 16, 1904
    6 10 4 Farrar Family, (1880s-1940s)
    6 10 4 I1: Mollie Cumi (sister of Dr. J.W. Allen), Jess, and daughter Valerie Farrer, (1890s-1900s)
    6 10 4 I2: Unidentified woman wearing white gown with dark collar and holding an item, likely Mollie Cumi Allen Farrer, (1880s-1890s)
    6 10 4 I3: Unidentified woman, likely Mollie Cumi Allen Farrer, (1920s-1940s)
    6 10 5 Gordon, Albion, 1900, undated
    6 10 5 I1: Summer cottage of Albion Gordon, Maine, 1900
    6 10 5 I2: “Albion Gordon and his sheep – a winter in Maine. Gordon was an old friend of Grandpa Emery’s,” Lovell, Maine, 1900
    6 10 5 I3: Portrait, “Albion Gordon, Lovell Village, Maine, old friend of the Emery family whom we visited in 1900,” undated
    6 10 6 Harmon Family – Many Generations, (1904-1960s)
    6 10 6 I1: Written on back: “Robert Victor Harmon in my arms,” likely written by Sybil Emery, Washington D.C., 1920
    6 10 6 I2: Bobby Harmon, photo taken by Helen Harmon, 1921
    6 10 6 I3: Mrs. Ernest Emery Harmony (Harriett) and second son, Bobbie, Washington, D.C., 1920
    6 10 6 I4: Photo envelope from The Fox Company, San Antonio, which held photos of the Harmon family, undated
    6 10 6 I5: Photographic postcard portrait of three women, likely Annie Belle Emery with sisters Sybil and Daisy, Washington, D.C., (1904-1918)
    6 10 6 I6: Photograph of tree in field, undated
    6 10 6 I7: "At entrance of Orange Park, Orange County, California Uncle A., Aunt E., and I. Taken by Fred, February 1904,” 1904
    6 10 6 I8: Man and woman at Mount Vernon, taken during Daisy, Sheila, and Frances Allen’s cross-country trip, 1936
    6 10 6 I9: Man and woman in front of body of water, taken during Daisy, Sheila, and Frances Allen’s cross-country trip, 1936
    6 10 6 I10: “Our front door – Taken while there was a big snow on the ground. Helen’s baby between us. He is a great boy,” undated
    6 10 6 I11: Portrait of young boy and girl, children of David and Helen Harmon Hill, 1958
    6 10 6 I12: Two young men standing with older woman, young boy sitting in chair with a dog at his feet in yard, 1936
    6 10 6 I13: Two young men standing in yard, 1936
    6 10 6 I14: “This was taken of mommie (sic) and me out on the bay front Easter day. Don’t you think mother’s new Easter dress is pretty? Age 11 ½ months,” Helen Hill and son David, undated
    6 10 6 I15: Snapshot with scalloped edges, Deborah and David Hill, undated
    6 10 6 I16: Photographic Christmas card with letter from Helen “Lynn” on back, 1965
    6 10 6 I17: Harriette, Billy, and Bobby at North Beach, August, 1924
    6 10 7 Harmon Family – Sybil Emery and Henry Franklin Harmon, (1890)-1934
    6 10 7 I1: Cabinet card by Swartz, Corner of Fifth and Houston Street, Fort Worth: Sybil Emery, 1890-1893
    6 10 7 I2: Cabinet card by People's Gallery, Corner of Fourth and Main Street, Fort Worth: H.F. Harmon, (late 1890s)
    6 10 7 I3: Portrait encased in folder. Written on inside of folder: “ A splendid picture of a splendid woman, Mrs. Sybil Harmon,” undated
    6 10 7 I4: Sybil Emery Harmon, (1920)
    6 10 7 I5: Ernest, Frank, and Helen Harmon, Washington, D.C., 1903
    6 10 7 I6: Photographic postcard mailed to Annie B. Emery at 601 Fairmount St., Dallas, Texas. Written under photo on front: “Hello, Auntie, I am your Girl, Helen. Aunt Annie, The sun is so bright, Frank.,” 1906
    6 10 7 I7: Portrait of four children encased in cardstock, two copies, undated
    6 10 7 I8: Frank Harmon, 1911
    6 10 7 I9: Sybil and H.F. Harmon standing in front of Independence Hall, Philadelphia, August 16, 1925
    6 10 7 I10: Sybil and H.F. Harmon standing in front of Independence Hall, Philadelphia, August 16, 1925
    6 10 7 I11: Snapshot with decorative border and copy of film, Annie Bright, Jim Bright, Sybil Harmon, Frank Harmon, and Dave Hill, 1934
    6 10 7 I12: Film, woman and child standing beside house, undated
    6 10 8 Harmon Family – Ernest Emery Harmon, (1900s)-1919
    6 10 8 I1: Ernest Harmon standing next to plane and smiling, undated
    6 10 8 I2: Ernest Harmon standing in front of plane with 20 people, some of whom are family members, during “around the rim trip” from Maine to California, 1919
    6 10 8 I3: Ernest Harmon standing in front of plane with young woman holding flowers, “around the rim” trip, 1919
    6 10 8 I4: Ernest Harmon, Douglas Fairbanks, and unnamed mechanic in Martin Bombing Plane, California, undated
    6 10 8 I5: Ernest Harmon with three men in plane: “Martin Bombing Plane. Piloted by Ltd. Ernest Emery Harmon around the rim of the U.S.,” undated
    6 10 8 I6: Portrait encased in folder, Ernest Harmon in military uniform, (1918)
    6 10 8 I7: Portrait encased in folder, Ernest Harmon as boy, (1900s-1910s)  
    6 10 9 Harmon Family – Helen Lois Harmon, 1906-1925
    6 10 9 I1: Portrait, Lois Helen Harmon, June 1, 1906
    6 10 9 I2: Portrait, Helen Harmon, (1907)
    6 10 9 I3: Photographic postcard, Helen Harmon and friend, (1904-1918)
    6 10 9 I4: Portrait by J.E. Casson, 907 Penn Avenue, N.W. Washington D.C., encased in folder: Helen Harmon, (1920s-1930s)
    6 10 9 I5: Portrait by Edmonston Studio, Washington, D.C., encased in folder: Helen Harmon, (1920s-1930s)
    6 10 9 I6: Portrait encased in folder. Signed “With world’s [sic] of love, Helen Harmon,” (1920s-1930s)
    6 10 9 I7: Helen Harmon standing on a bridge, (1910s)
    6 10 9 I8: Helen Harmon rowing boat, (1910s)
    6 10 9 I9: Helen Harmon standing on road, 1925
    6 10 9 I10: Portrait of unidentified woman, possibly Helen Harmon, undated
    6 10 10 House of William Brewer in Cleburne, Texas. Shown: Mr. and Mrs. Brewer and children Gladys (holding a kitten) and Tom, undated
    6 10 11 Home of James W. Emery located at 415 Wheeler St. (now College). He was an educator. Second floor porch, left-right: daughters Annie Belle, Frances Daisy, and Lottie. First floor, left to right: Bertha Pruitt, Sybil Wilson, Lois Emery Wilson holding baby Aliene, Mrs. Cid Emery with grandchildren Bess Wilson and Paul Emery, Elizabeth Brown Emery in wheelchair on porch, and Rupert Wilson at gate, 1892-1898
    6 10 12 Howard, Abbie, (1896-1900)
    6 10 12 I1: Cabinet card by Swartz, 705 Maine Street, Fort Worth: “Abbie Howard (married Rob Logan), friend of mother's,” (1896-1900)
    6 10 13 Miscellaneous Friends, 1902, undated
    6 10 13 I1: Cabinet card by Lamson, 5 Temple Street, Portland, Maine: W.H. Walker, Lovell, Maine, “One of Grandpa (J.W.) Emery’s very close friends,” undated
    6 10 13 I2: Portrait of Brother John R. Morris, Pastor of Mulkey Memorial M.E. Church, Fort Worth, undated
    6 10 13 I3: Cabinet card by McCrary and Branson, Knoxville, Tennessee: Reverend Sam Jones, undated
    6 10 13 I4: Portrait of John R. Youngblood, two copies, December 20, 1902
    6 10 13 I5: Cabinet card by S.B. Hill, Austin, Texas: Orlander Hollingsworth, friend of J.W. Emery, undated
    6 10 13 I6: Cabinet card by Works, Corner of Third and Main Streets, Fort Worth: Charles Keith, Arthur Emery, and Mr. Lackey wearing large flower pins, undated
    6 10 13 I7: Cabinet card by Works, Norton Block, Third and Main Street, Fort Worth: (Mr. Lackey), undated
    6 10 14 Pruitt Family – Children, (1888-1910)
    6 10 14 I1: Cabinet card by J.E. Daniel, 610 Houston Street, Fort Worth: unidentified baby, (1888-1892)
    6 10 14 I2: Cabinet card by Swartz, Corner of Fifth and Houston Street, Fort Worth: Pearl, Bertha, and Frances Pruitt, (1890-1892)
    6 10 14 I3: Cabinet card by Daniel, Fort Worth: Frances Pruitt, undated
    6 10 14 I4: Cabinet card by Daniel, Fort Worth: Frances Pruitt, undated
    6 10 14 I5: Cabinet card by Swartz, Houston Street, Cor. Fifth, Fort Worth: (Effie Pearl Pruitt), (1890-1892)
    6 10 14 I6: Cabinet card by Swartz, 705 Main Street, Fort Worth, two copies: twins Claudia and Lucille Pruitt, (1896-1900)
    6 10 14 I7: Cabinet card by Swartz, 705 Main Street, Fort Worth: young boy sitting in chair, (1896-1900)
    6 10 14 I8: Cabinet card by Swartz, 705 Main Street, Fort Worth: “Ollie Pearl Pruitt” in front of fan. Written on back: “The fan is mine – still in the old trunk in store room,” (1896-1900)
    6 10 14 I9: Portrait encased in cardstock, two copies: Bertha, Pearl, and Frances Pruitt (1902-1903)
    6 10 14 I10: Portrait encased in cardstock: Arthur, Marcia, and James, (1902-1903)
    6 10 14 I11: Portrait encased in cardstock: Claudia and Lucille Pruitt, (1902-1903)
    6 10 14 I12: Photographic postcard with red tint, Bertha posing in chair, (late 1900s)
    6 10 14 I13: Photographic postcard, Bertha posing in chair, (late 1900s)
    6 10 14 I14: Photographic postcard, Marcia and Fred reading a book, Fred holding a teddy bear, (late 1900s)
    6 10 14 I15: Photographic postcard, Claudia and Lucille Pruitt reading together. Written on back: “These are the last one’s (sic). I think their (sic) pretty good,” (late 1900s)
    6 10 14 I16: Photographic postcard, Fred Mackey dressed in Native American costume, Oliver’s Studio, Lawton, Oklahoma, (1900s-1910s)
    6 10 14 I17: Photo encased in cardstock, Guy (Fraizle) and Arthur “Bud” Pruitt standing in waist-deep water at Turtle Creek, (1910s)
    6 10 14 I18: Photographic postcard of young man standing next to horse, mailed to Ernest Harmon from Arthur Charles Pruitt, 1910
    6 11 1 Pruitt Family – Parents and Children, (1888-1892), 1949
    6 11 1 I1: Cabinet card by Daniel, 610 Houston Street, Fort Worth: two women, (Effie Pruitt on right). Pasted on back: small portrait of man with decorative border, (1888-1892)
    6 11 1 I2: Cabinet card by Swartz, 600 Main Street, Fort Worth: Frank P. Pruitt, “established the first business college in Fort Worth,” (1888-1889)
    6 11 1 I3: Cabinet card by Swartz, 600 Main Street, Fort Worth: Frank Pruitt, (1888-1889)
    6 11 1 I4: Cabinet card by Swartz, 600 Main Street, Fort Worth: Effie Pruitt, (1888-1889)
    6 11 1 I5: Cabinet card by Swartz, 600 Main Street, Fort Worth: Effie Pruitt and sister Lois (Emery) Wilson, (1888-1889)
    6 11 1 I6: Cabinet card by Swartz, Corner of Houston and Fifth Street, Fort Worth: Effie Pruitt with daughters Effie, Francis, and Bertha, two copies (1890-1892)
    6 11 1 I7: Group of eight people standing outside a house on Thanksgiving day in Lawton, Oklahoma. Mailed to Dr. Daisy Emery Allen from Bertha Pruitt in 1950. Written on back: “Do you recognize these folk? The little girl on left end is Jim Jr.’s wife and the little boy J.G. Pruitt, III,” 1949
    6 11 2 Pruitt Family, unidentified, (1880s-1890s), 1922
    6 11 2 I1: Cabinet card by J.H. Webster, Dallas: two young women. Written on back: “The girl on the right looks like Mary Ann, whose mother was a Preuitt,” (1880s-1890s)
    6 11 2 I2: Cabinet card by Swartz, Houston and Fifth Street, Fort Worth: unidentified woman, (1890-1893)
    6 11 2 I3: Cabinet card by Swartz, Houston and Fifth Street, Fort Worth: unidentified woman, possibly Effie Pruitt, (1890-1893)
    6 11 2 I4: Photo encased in folder. Signed, “Lovingly, Mildred,” 1922
    6 11 3 Scammon Family, Saco, Maine, 1884-1903
    6 11 3 I1: Cabinet card by Sawtelle, 98 Main Street, Biddeford, Maine.: Edith Scammon, “daughter of cousin Frankie (Allen) Scammon,” 1884
    6 11 3 I2: Cabinet card by Webber, Saco, Maine: unidentified child, (1880s)
    6 11 3 I3: Photo encased in cardstock, Edith Scammon wearing large hat, 1900
    6 11 3 I4: Cabinet card by Marceau, 826 Market St., Phelan Building, San Francisco, California: Henry Scammon, Edith Scammon’s father, Saco, Maine, undated
    6 11 3 I5: Portrait of Edith Scammon wearing white dress, hat, and boa. Vaughan and Keith, San Francisco Written on back: “Lovingly your cousin, Edith Scammon, Saco, Maine,” July 1903
    6 11 4 Shaw, Anne Elizabeth, 1926, (1920s)
    6 11 4 I1: Snapshot with scalloped edges, Anne Elizabeth Shaw, daughter of Florence Emery Shaw, Portland, Maine, 1936
    6 11 4 I2: Portrait in cardstock folder, Anne Elizabeth Shaw. Written on back: “Maine, cousin Jennie Emery’s granddaughter,” (1920s)
    6 11 5 Shumaker, Lillian. Portrait at three months old, Washington D.C., December 14, 1901
    6 11 6 Smith Family, Boston, Massachusetts, (1880s)-1911
    6 11 6 I1: Cabinet card by Hastings, 147 Tremont Street, Cor. West Street, Boston: “Cousin Annie Smith (Sawtell)” with Pink, Belle, Birdie, and Alice, (1880s)
    6 11 6 I2: Cabinet card by Hastings, 146 Tremont Street, Boston: “Cousin Pinky Smith,” (1890s-1900s)
    6 11 6 I3: Cabinet card by Purdy, Successor to Hastings, 146 Tremont Street, Boston: Charles Smith, (1880s-1900s)
    6 11 6 I4: Portrait of woman. Written on back: “Boston cousin,” (1900s)
    6 11 6 I5: (Charley) Smith, “youngest son of Charles and (illegible) Smith. Had just cut his curls in 1884 when we were there,” (1880s)
    6 11 6 I6: Written on back: “Mary Anna Pinkey Smith,” (1880s)
    6 11 6 I7: Snapshot of Hazel, 16 months, in front of bushel of hydrangeas. Written on back: “Drank coffee and ate fruit with above. Had pictures taken. Gave us large bouquet of flowers. Very pleasant morning,” 1911
    6 11 7 Sparks Family, Part 1, [1900s-1920s]
    6 11 7 I1: Portrait encased in cardstock, woman and young boy, (1900s)
    6 11 7 I2: Portrait of young man in military uniform, (1910s)
    6 11 7 I3: Four women standing on lawn, (1920s-1930s)
    6 11 7 I4: Portrait of unidentified girl, (1920s)
    6 11 7 I5: Portrait of unidentified girl, Price’s Studio, Fort Worth, (1920s)
    6 11 7 I6: Toddler boy sitting on table next to vase of flowers, undated
    6 11 7 I7: Portrait encased in cardstock, baby sitting in high chair, undated
    6 11 7 I8: Portrait encased in cardstock, Frank Simpson, 103 ½ Houston Street, Fort Worth: unidentified baby, 1920s
    6 11 7 I9: Portrait encased in folder, “Dorthy Helen Sparks, Just Dot,” (1920s)
    6 11 7 I10: Portrait of Dorothy Helen Sparks with man and dog, (1920s)
    6 11 7 I11: Portrait encased in folder, Dorothy Helen Sparks, (1920s)
    6 11 7 I12: Dorothy Sparks and young boy sitting on wooden steps, (1920s)
    6 11 7 I13: Man standing outside Sparks Grocery, 1900 Sabine Street or East Avenue, Fort Worth, (1920s-1940s)
    6 11 7 I14: Four men and one child inside grocery store, possibly Spark’s Grocery. Advertisement for White Swan Coffee narrows the shop’s location to Fort Worth, (1920s-1930s)
    6 11 7 I15: Men and women standing in front of building,([1920s)
    6 11 7 I16: Portrait encased in folder, photographer Frank Simpson, 104 ½ Houston Street, Fort Worth: young girl and baby, 1920-1930
    6 11 7 I17: Portrait encased in folder, photographer Frank Simpson, 104 ½ Houston Street, Fort Worth: girl wearing white gown, beaded hat, and cape, holding staff, 1920-1930
    6 11 8 Sparks Family, Part 2, (1920s-1940s)
    6 11 8 I1: Portrait encased folder, Helen and Hazel Sparks, (late 1930s-early 1940s)
    6 11 8 I2: Portrait encased in folder, young woman wearing white gown and holding diploma, (1920s-1930s)
    6 11 8 I3: Snapshot of group of children. Written on back: “John Jr. and the whole picknick (sic),” [1940s]
    6 11 8 I4: Portrait encased in folder, Carson-Butt Studio, Bisbee, Arizona: unidentified young girl, undated
    6 11 8 I5: Portrait encased in folder, young woman in graduation cap and gown, undated
    6 11 8 I6: Portrait encased in folder, photographer Bartlett, Wichita Falls: man and woman. Written on front: “For Dad and Rachel,” undated
    6 11 8 I7: Portrait encased in folder, unidentified woman, hand-tinted, undated
    6 11 9 Steel, Lawrence, undated
    6 11 9 I1: Copy of portrait of Lawrence Steel, undated
    6 11 9 I2: Copy of portrait of Reverend William Steel, undated
    6 11 9 I3: Gravestone of Mary Catherine James Steel, wife of Reverend William Steel, 1789-1840
    6 12 1 Thompson Public Cemetery and Allen Log Cabin – Slides, undated
    6 12 2 Tarrant County Historical Commission Historic Preservation Awards, James K. Allen Nature Sanctuary, 1989,1990
    6 12 2 I1: “Frances Marion Allen was honored by the Tarrant County Historical Commission recognizing exemplary work in documentation of Tarrant County history,” 1990
    6 12 2 I2: Robert Allen and Frances Allen, 1990
    6 12 2 I3: “Arlita and Don Hallam offer their congratulations to Frances Allen. (He is the President-Elect of the White Settlement Historical Society),” 1990
    6 12 2 I4: “Sheila Allen, Robert Allen and Frances Colwell also shared Frances Allen’s table along with Dee Barker and another guest,” 1990
    6 12 2 I5: “Arthur Weinman, president of the Tarrant County Historical Commission, presented the William E. Jary, Jr. award to Frances Allen,” 1990
    6 12 2 I6: “Frances Allen graciously accepted the award and delivered well prepared comments in acknowledgment of the award,” 1990
    6 12 2 I7: Frances Allen leaving podium with the William E. Jary, Jr. award
    6 12 2 I8: “Frances Allen displays her William E. Jary, Jr. award,” 1990
    6 12 2 I9: Presenters at the podium, 1990
    6 12 2 I10: “Three pedestal awards were presented…. One went to Marty Craddock, executive director, Historic Preservation Council for Tarrant County, as Jack Tinsley (Master of Ceremonies) looks on,” 1990
    6 12 2 I11: Frances Colwell, Sheila Allen, Frances Allen, Don Hallam, and Arlita Hallam sitting around a table, 1990
    6 12 2 I12: Frances Colwell, Frances Allen, Don Hallam, and Sheila Allen sitting around a table, 1990
    6 12 2 I13: Sheila Allen, Frances Allen, Frances Collwell, Frances Allen, Don Hallam, Arlita Harllam, Dee Barker, and a guest seated around a table, 1990
    6 12 2 I14: Sheila Allen, Frances Allen, and Betsy [Brewder] (third cousin) at James K. Allen Nature Sanctuary, 1989
    6 12 3 Underwood Family, (1900s-1950s)
    6 12 3 I1: Underwood house at 615 Travis, (1900s-1910s)
    6 12 3 I2: Woman standing at fence in front of house, looking to the side where another woman is exiting the frame, 1912
    6 12 3 I3: Two women standing in front of house, (1920s)
    6 12 3 I4: Woman standing in front of house, slight double exposure, (1920)
    6 12 3 I5: Two women standing with two girls at side of house, (1930s-1950s)
    6 12 3 I6: Portrait encased in ornate folder, Taylor’s Studio, 509 ½ Main St., Fort Worth: unidentified woman, hand-tainted, undated
    6 12 3 I7: Portrait encased in folder, unidentified man, hand-colored, undated
    6 12 3 I8: Portrait encased in folder, unidentified woman, (1900s-1910s)
    6 12 3 I9: Portrait encased in folder, unidentified woman, (1900s-1910s)
    6 12 3 I10: Portrait encased in folder, unidentified woman, (1900s-1910s)
    6 12 3 I11: Portrait encased in folder, unidentified woman, (1900s-1910s)
    6 12 4 Unidentified Photos, undated
    6 12 4 I1: Three young boys, undated 
    6 12 4 I2: Diptych of young man, undated
    6 12 4 I3: Portrait of young man, undated
    6 12 4 I4: Photographic postcard, three men playing cards with horses standing behind them. Written on back: “Mr. Donald Huffaker, Maverick, Tex,” 1907-1914
    6 12 4 I5: Lieutenant McLeod at Newport, Rhode Island, United Sates Navy, 1942
    6 12 4 I6: Oil rig next to body of water. Written on back: “Pipe no. 5, save this for me,” undated
    6 12 4 I7: Two young girls riding a pony, (1940s-1960s)
    6 12 4 I8: Young boy wearing cowboy outfit and riding a pony, (1940s-1960s)
    6 12 4 I9: Four men, one holding a guitar. Written on front: “Greetings from K.L.R.D., Lonnie and his Boys from Sugar Creek and Peruna,” on back is a calendar, 1935
    6 12 4 I10: Portrait of unidentified woman, (1920s-1930s)
    6 12 4 I11: Women at tea, (Frances Allen at front), 1995
    6 12 5 White Settlement Area Home – Byers Home, built circa 1875. Thomas J. Byers standing in front, two prints, (1920)
    6 12 6 White Settlement Area Home – Farmer Home, built before 1900. 1 negative, 2 prints, undated
    6 12 7 White Settlement Area Home – Ingram, John J. Home, built circa 1860-1890. 1 negative, 2 prints, 1904
    6 12 8 White Settlement Area Home – Redford Home, built circa 1900. Pictured: Mr. and Mrs. R.J. Redford and daughter Josie. 1 negative, 2 prints, undated
    6 12 9 White Settlement Area Home – Rowland, Thomas J. Home, built 1893. Pictured: one man and two women. 1 negative, 2 prints, undated
    6 12 10 White Settlement Area Home – Tannahill Home When Owned by William Thomas Tinsley. Pictured: Martha (Mattie) Hudgins Tinsley with children James, Bill, Roy, and John. Note reads, “William had gone to farm to sell eggs that day.” 1 negative, 1 print, (1904-1908)
    6 12 11 White Settlement Area Home – Thompson, Captain Henry J. Home. First house built circa 1873, on site of present-day Shady Oaks Country Club. Home was later owned by Dr. Harold V. Johnson and burned in December 1947. Thompson Public Cemetery is below this hill near Texas 183; the Thompson Family Cemetery is across the highway near the front gates of the golf course. 1 postcard, 1 print, undated
    6 12 12 White Settlement Area Home – Ventioner Home, 1 negative, 1 print. Built circa 1848-1850. Pictured: James Ventioner and son-in-law Rufus Isbell on horseback, undated
    6 12 13 White Settlement Public School. School children standing in front of building. 1 negative, 1 print, (1912)
    6 12 14 Wilson Family, (1910s-1920s), undated
    6 12 14 I1: Portrait encased in folder, J. Mosely in military uniform, undated
    6 12 14 I2: Portrait of J. Mosely, one encased in folder, undated
    6 12 14 I3: Bessie Wilson and friend wearing plum hats, (1910s)
    6 12 14 I4: Portrait encased in folder, two copies, Bessie Wilson, Sylvester, Texas, (1910s)
    6 12 14 I5: Portrait encased in folder, Lorena Wilson wearing beaded dress, (1920s)
    6 12 14 I6: Harroll Wilson as a baby sitting in chair outside, San Marcos, undated
    6 12 14 I7: Harroll Wilson and friend in uniform, undated
    6 12 14 I8: Portrait encased in folder, Rosin Studios, California: Harroll Wilson in uniform, undated
    6 12 14 I9: Portrait encased in folder, James B. Quattlebaum as toddler, undated
    6 12 14 I10: Portrait by Yarbrough Studio, Dallas, encased in folder: Bess Wilson, undated
    6 12 14 I11: Portrait encased in folder, Fred Mackie, III (Bill) at 9 months old, undated
    6 12 14 I12: Snapshot of woman standing in a garden, undated
    6 12 14 I13: Portrait encased in folder, Edith Wilson, undated
    6 12 14 I14: Portrait encased in folder, Aline Wilson, undated
    6 12 15 World War I – Includes Walter S. Sparks and Carl Venth, 1910s
    6 12 15 I1: Man in uniform, undated
    6 12 15 I2: Two men in uniform posing with three women, undated
    6 12 15 I3: Two men in front of tents, undated
    6 12 15 I4: Photographic postcard, artistic coloring, “Sammies” at Camp Bowie, Texas. Mailed to Miss Ruth Hunter of Santa Anna, Texas from Woodie Sparks, 1917
    6 12 15 I5: Photographic postcard, two men in uniform in portrait studio. Mailed to Claude McClarence of Claudy, Oklahoma. (1918-1920s)
    6 12 15 I6: Photographic postcard, two men in uniform and coats in portrait studio, (1918-1920s)
    6 12 15 I7: Portrait encased in folder, three men in military uniform, undated
    6 12 15 I8: Camp Bowie orchestra, led by Carl Venth, pictured in center of front row 
    6 12 16 Notes About Photos – Frances Allen, undated
    6 12a 1 Annie Belle Emery – Early Travel Photos, (1910s-1930s)
    6 12a 2 Trip West with the Venths, 1939
    6 12a 3 Caribbean Cruise, 1947
    6 12a 4 Caribbean Cruise, Negatives, 1947
    6 12a 5 Travel to Visit Relatives (?), 1947
    6 12a 6 Trip to Europe, Negatives, 1948
    6 12a 7 Trip to Content, Texas and the Rio Grande, 1949
    6 12a 8 Trip to Mexico, 1949
    6 12a 9 Trip Northwest, 1951
    6 12a 10 Trip to Saledo (?), 1964
    6 12a 11 Denver, Colorado, 1965
    6 12a 12 Trip to South America, 1966
    6 12a 13 Trip to Sydney, Australia, 1968
    6 12a 14 Trip to New England, 1968
    6 12a 15 Winedale, 1969
    6 12a 16 Travel, 1971 
    6 12b 1 Trip to Content, Texas Home of Annie Belle Emery Bright, undated 
    6 12b 2 Content, Texas, Negatives, undated
    6 12b 3 Venth, Carl and Cathinka, Homes in San Antonio, Texas, and Bella Vista, Arizona, 1931-1952
    6 12b 4 Frances Allen and Friends, College Years, (1920s)
    6 12b 5 Sheila Allen at Westmoorland College, (1930s)
    6 12b 6 Sheila Allen at Westmoorland College Graduation, (1933)
    6 12b 7 Sheila Allen at Westmoorland College Graduation, Negatives, (1933)
    6 12b 8 Dirigible in Fort Worth, (1928)
    6 12b 9 “Album-ette,” 1951
    6 12b 10 Mash-School (?) Open House, 1965
    6 12b 11 Jacobs Family – Ed, Virginia, and Mark, undated
    6 12b 12 Moseley Family, 1923, undated
    6 12b 13 Richey Family, 1959-1963
    6 12b 14 Sparks, Rachel, undated
    6 12b 15 Miscellaneous Relatives, undated
    6 12b 16 Miscellaneous, 1969, undated
    6 13 1 Sheila, Daisy, and Frances Allen standing aboard a ship, 1948
    6 13 2 Unnamed woman, Daisy, two unnamed men, and Frances standing aboard a ship, 1948
    6 13 3 Man standing aboard a ship. Written on back: “(Crorsedy) to Europe,” 1948
    6 13 4 Ornate gated building, women standing to side, 1948
    6 13 5 View of city street towards a cathedral, 1948
    6 13 6 Buildings with mountains in background, 1948
    6 13 7 Sheila, Frances, and Dr. Daisy Emery Allen aboard Queen Mary. Written on back: “Just we three on the big blue sea. No matter the weather, so we are all together,” 1948
    6 13 8 Dr. Daisy Emery Allen standing under tree, 1948
    6 13 9 Tree on top of hill, 1948
    6 13 10 Dr. Daisy Emery Allen with daughter and observation telescope, 1948
    6 13 11 Dr. Daisy Emery Allen holding striped umbrella on beach, two men in swimming trunks to the right, 1948
    6 13 12 Dr. Daisy Emery Allen and daughter posing in front of arched monument, 1948
    6 13 13 Stone gondola, 1948
    6 13 14 View of building with the Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Paris in the background, Montmartre, Paris, France, 1948
    6 13 15 View of the Eiffel Tower from nearby street, Paris, France, 1948
    6 13 16 View along Siene River showing bridge and replica of the Statue of Liberty, 1948
    6 13 17 View along Siene River showing bridge and replica of the Statue of Liberty, 1948
    6 13 18 Sheila Allen posing next to statue in Garden of Versailles, 1948
    6 13 19 Statues along garden path, 1948
    6 13 20 Frances Allen and one woman, obscured by light, posing in garden with decadent building in background, 1948
    6 13 21 Dr. Daisy Emery Allen and daughter posing in front of fountain at Garden of Versailles, 1948
    6 13 22 Frances or Sheila Allen posing with statue, 1948
    6 13 23 Unidentified man climbing onto statue at fountain in Garden of Versailles, 1948
    6 13 24 View along river, 1948
    6 13 25 Frances or Sheila Allen posing with statue in city square, 1948
    6 13a 1 Black photograph album documenting Allen family trip to visit the Berg family in Illinois, photos pasted onto paper with descriptions written underneath, loose photos in back, 1919
    6 13a 2 Black photograph album containing miscellaneous photos of the Allen family, (1910s-1920s)
    6 14 1 Personal/General Greetings
    6 14 2 Texas Cities – A-C (Abilene, Alpine, Austin, Ballinger, Benjamin, Canyon City, Content, Corpus Christi)
    6 14 3 Texas Cities – Dallas
    6 14 4 Texas Cities E-R (El Paso, Galveston, Glen Rose, Houston, Hunstville, Kilgore, Kingsville, La Grange, LaPorte, Lubbock, Marfa, Mineral Wells, Rockport)
    6 14 5 Texas Cities – San Antonio-W (San Antonio, Victoria, Wellington, Woodville)
    6 14 6 United States – A (Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas)
    6 14 7 United States – C (California, Colorado)
    6 14 8 United States – D-M (Delaware, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Missouri)
    6 14 9 United States – N (New Mexico, New York, North Carolina)
    6 14 10 United States – O-W (Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia, Wyoming)
    6 14 11 Canada
    6 14 12 Caribbean
    6 14 13 Europe (England, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Norway, Spain, Sweden)
    6 14 14 Miscellaneous Travel (Passenger ships, Armenia, Bermuda, Brazil, Georgia, Israel, Japan, Kenya, Lebanon, Mexico)

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