Austin History Center

“Austin Seen” Photograph Collection, 1939-1984

An Inventory of the Collection



Collection Summary

Creator Austin History Center.
Title: “Austin Seen” Photograph Collection.
Inclusive Dates: 1939-1984.
Abstract: The “Austin Seen” photography exhibition took place in 1984 at the Austin History Center. The contest was conceived as a way to encourage documentation of “our rapidly vanishing recent heritage.” This collection includes 368 original photographs.
Call Number: AR.2000.016
Quantity: 3 linear ft.; 4 boxes; 368 photographs; 324 black & white photographs and 43 color photographs.
Location: Archives and Manuscripts Collection.
Repository: Austin History Center, Austin Public Library, 810 Guadalupe, Austin, Texas, 78701.

Historical Note

The Austin History Center recognized the need to document, as stated by curator Audray Bateman in the “Austin Seen” exhibition catalog, “our rapidly vanishing recent heritage.” To encourage this documentation, the “Austin Seen” photo competition was created. The general public was invited to submit a piece of history as seen through the lens of their own cameras. The contest criteria for photos submitted was that each “show a recognizability of people, places, and events, or an essence of life in this area.”

Three men distinguished in the field of photography formed the jury: Russell Lee, the internationally renowned photographer; Stanley Farrar, director of photography for the Austin-American Statesman, news photographer, and picture editor; and Roy Flukinger, Curator of the Photography Collection, Humanities Research Center at the University of Texas. Mr. Flukinger, also the author of many books and articles, contributed the article “Some of Their Magic” to the exhibition catalog.

Ninety-four people submitted a total of 530 photographs. Of these, 114 photographs were chosen to be included in the exhibition, representing the work of 54 photographers. Of the original 530 photographs, 368 were donated to the Austin History Center and are now a part of the Center’s permanent collection.

The exhibition catalog, a Waterloo Publication, was published by the Austin History Center and compiled by Carolyn Baker. The exhibition curator, Sharmyn Lumsden, also contributed “Portrait of a City” to the exhibition catalog, an article describing the evolution of photography in Austin.

Besides photographs, the Austin community provided other contributions to make the exhibition a success. Sponsors of the exhibition were Custom Photographic Labs, Inc.; Texas Commerce Bank; and the Austin History Center Association. Contributors were Austin Prints for Publication, Book of Days, Capitol Camera, and Miller Blueprint Company. Assisting in production and planning were Carolyn Baker, Jeanne Baker, Audray Bateman, Bill Clark, Sharmyn Lumsden, Robert Haslanger, and Danny Schweers.


Scope and Contents of the Records

Of the 530 submissions to the “Austin Seen” competition, 368 are now part of the permanent collection. There are 324 black and white photographs and 43 color photographs. The size of the photos varies from 4x6” to 11x14”, with most being 8x10”.

The 368 photographs now part of the permanent collection as AR 2000.016, range in date from 1939 to 1984. The date range and quantity of photos per decade: 1930’s: 1 photo; 1940’s: 3 photos; 1950’s: 0 photos; 1960’s: 1 photo; 1970’s: 79 photos; 1980’s: 121 photos; undated (most are circa 1980’s): 163 photos.

Buildings and businesses were the most photographed subjects submitted. There are 90 identified businesses and buildings. Represented in 15 photographs, the Texas State Capitol building was the most photographed building. Overwhelmingly, 6th Street was the most photographed street, with Congress Avenue a distant second.

The most photographed neighborhoods were Dellwood and Clarksville. Other frequently photographed subjects were fishermen, lakes, and parks. There are also images of musicians, bands, and dancers. The changing face of the city is viewed in images of construction and demolition. There are the odd images: a pig’s nose, a field of sinks, and a few assorted animals.

Another favorite subject was demonstrations: Ku Klux Klan rallies, Vietnam War Protests, an anti-nuclear protest, a gay rights march, and a Texas Farm Workers Union rally. Festivals such as Pecan Street Festival, the Aqua Festival, and Mardi Gras, are included, with Eeyore’s Birthday Party the most favored.

Most of the people in the photos remain unidentified. Of those identified, there is a smattering of politicians, business people, and musicians. A few individuals associated with neighborhoods or events are also identified. All are representative of the face of Austin.

Several photographs are artfully beautiful, such as Rick Patrick’s “Town Lake Fisherman 1972,” William O. Kolberg’s depiction of water lilies in “Mayfield Park,” and Grant Fehr’s ethereal “Seaholm Station,” to mention only a few.

Indeed the participants of the “Austin Seen” competition have provided beauty along with valuable photographic documentation of their present, now the recent past.


Restrictions

Restrictions on Access

Access restricted to Austin History Center hours of operation.

Restrictions on Use

Twelve photographs in the collection may not be reproduced. The others may be reproduced by the Austin History Center and its users but credit must be given to both the Austin History Center and the photographer. The applicable restrictions are indicated on the back of each photo in the collection.


Index Terms

Persons:
Anderson, Katherine Louise.
Artz, Gus.
Aten, W.C.
Bacon, Bob.
Baylor, Carey.
Bean, Jimmy.
Bicycle Annie.
Clayton, Billy.
Clements, Governor Bill.
Cortez Family.
Crow, Alvin.
Delgado, Lydia.
Delgado, Robert.
Deming, David.
Ely, Joe.
Fidler, James C.
Friedman, Mayor Jeff.
Gammage, Manny.
Hall, Stanley.
Hogue, Ben.
Ivey, Carol.
Johnson, Lady Bird.
Johnson, Squire.
Kotrala, Joe Don.
Lee, Russell.
Levy, Becky.
Levy, Michael.
McClellan, Mayor Carol.
Miller, Tom.
Nelson, Willie.
O'Daniel, W. Lee.
O'Reilly, Mary Zelma.
Sahm, Doug.
Seibt, Mrs. Hilbur.
Serrano, Joe.
Serro, Joe
Sexton, Charlie.
Short, Ray.
Short, Roy.
Snell, Mayor Protem.
Spelce, Fannie Lou.
Strehli, Angela.
Tatum, Chef Raymond.
Thompson, Link.
Threadgill, Kenneth.
Threadgill, Mr. and Mrs. Paul.
Wooster, Steve.
Organizations:
Boy Scouts of America.
Subjects:
Agriculture - Live Stock Show.
Aqua Festival.
Automobiles - Auto Racing - Speedorama.
Automobiles - Service Stations - Gulf.
Bridges - Skyline Bridge.
Celebrations - Eeyore's Birthday Party.
Celebrations - Mardi Gras.
Celebrations - Spring Equinox Celebration.
Governors - Inauguration - Governor Bill Clements's Inauguration Parade.
Music - Jazz - Clarksville - West End Jazz and Arts Festival.
Music - Rock and Roll.
Music - Rock and Roll - Toxic Shock.
Music - Rock and Roll - Uranium Savages.
Optical Trade - Dickinson Optical.
Painters and Painting - Cut-Rate Paint Store.
Photographers and Photography - Bob Bacon's camera repair shop.
Protests, Demonstrations, etc. - Anti-nuclear protest.
Protests, Demonstrations, etc. - Gay rights.
Protests, Demonstrations, etc. - Ku Klux Klan (1983).
Protests, Demonstrations, etc. - Texas Farm Workers Union Rally.
Protests, Demonstrations, etc. - Vietnam War protest.
Protests, Demonstrations, etc. - Waller Creek Protest, May 1969.
Real Estate Business.
University of Texas - Athletics - Football.
University of Texas - Faculty and Staff.
University of Texas - History - Commencement.
University of Texas - Students - Married students.
Places:
6th St. E. - 209 (Grove Drug).
Ashwood - 1508.
Banks and Banking - Texas Bank of Commerce.
Banks and Banking - American Bank Building.
Banks and Banking - Interfirst Bank Tower.
Barbers - Allendale Barber Shop.
Boots and Shoes - Central Shoe Repair.
Boots and Shoes - J. C. Shoe Repair.
Boots and Shoes - Vosburg-Martin Shoes.
Burnet Road - 5740.
Camp Mabry.
Capitol.
Churches - Catholic - St. Mary's Cathedral.
Churches - Methodist - First Methodist.
Colorado - 601.
Confectioners - Folkville Ice Cream.
Congress Ave. - 600 (Woolworth; One American Center).
Congress Ave. - South 1412 (Central Feed & Seed Co.).
Creeks - Hamilton Pool.
Creeks - Onion Creek.
Creeks - Shoal Creek.
Creeks - Waller Creek.
Dams - Tom Miller Dam.
Deep Eddy Avenue - 514.
Department Stores - Scarbrough's.
Ecology - Wild Basin Wilderness Preserve.
Foundries - Weigl Iron Works.
Governor's Mansion.
Groceries - Avenue B Grocery.
Groceries - Convenience Stores - George's Git It and Go.
Groceries - Franzetti House and Grocery.
Guadalupe - 700 (Texas Classroom Teachers' Association).
Highways - 183.
Highways - 290.
Highways - Interstate 35.
Highways - Loop 360.
Highways - North Loop.
Hospitals - Seton.
Hotels - Alamo Hotel.
Hotels - Bradford Hotel.
Hotels - Capitol Hotel.
Hotels - Driskill Hotel.
Hunnicutt Residence.
Lakes - Decker Lake.
Lakes - Lake Austin.
Lakes - Lake Walter E. Long.
Lakes - Town Lake.
Laundry Industry - Jack Brown Cleaners #1.
Libraries - Lyndon Baines Johnson Library.
Littlefield Building.
Maplewood - 3909B.
Millinery - Texas Hatters.
Moving Picture Theaters - Varsity Theater.
Moving Picture Theaters - Paramount.
Moving Picture Theaters - State Theater.
Municipal Auditorium.
Museums - Elizabet Ney.
Museums - Laguna Gloria Art Museum.
Museums - Laguna Gloria Art Museum - Fiesta.
Parks - Deep Eddy.
Parks - Mayfield Park.
Parks - Pease Park.
Parks - Waterloo Park.
Public Utilities - Electric Utility Dept. - Austin - Seaholm Power Plant.
Red River Street - 104.
Restaurants - Dirty's.
Restaurants - Jeffrey's Restaurant.
Restaurants - King David's Restaurant.
Restaurants - Les Amis Sidewalk Cafe.
Restaurants - Stallion Restaurant, The.
Restaurants - Threadgill's.
Restaurants - Virginia's Cafe.
Rivers - Colorado River.
Saloons - Armadillo World Headquarters.
Saloons - Club Foot.
Saloons - Continental Club.
Saloons - Liberty Lunch.
Saloons - Raul's.
Saloons - Split Rail.
San Gabriel - 2402.
Shopping Centers - Barton Creek Square.
Sports - Rodeos - Silver Spurs Rodeo.
St. Edward's University.
State Comptroller of Public Accounts Building.
Streets - 6th Street.
Streets - Congress Avenue.
Streets - Named - Martin Luther King.
Streets - Named - Avenue B.
Streets - Named - Ben White Boulevard.
Streets - Named - Cameron Road.
Streets - Named - Colorado.
Streets - Named - Guadalupe.
Streets - Named - Kirkwood Street.
Streets - Named - Lamar Avenue.
Streets - Named - Metropolitan Drive.
Streets - Named - Neches Street.
Streets - Named - Rio Grande.
Streets - Named - Salado Street.
Streets - Named - San Antonio.
Streets - Named - San Jacinto.
Streets - Named - Wrightwood.
Streets - Numbered - 2nd Street.
Streets - Numbered - 5th Street.
Streets - Sixth - Pecan Street Festival.
Streets - Numbered - 7th Street.
Streets - Numbered - 8th
Streets - Numbered - 9 1/2 Street.
Streets - Numbered - 10th Street.
Streets - Numbered - 16th Street.
Streets - Numbered - 23rd Street.
Streets - Numbered - 24th Street.
Street.Streets - Numbered - 25th Street.
Streets - Numbered - 34th Street.
Subdivisions - Clarksville.
Subdivisions - Deep Eddy.
Subdivisions - Dellwood.
Subdivisions - East Austin.
Subdivisions - Hyde Park.
Subdivisions - Southeast Austin.
Subdivisions - Waterloo.
Subdivisions - West Austin.
Theater - Esther's Follies.
Tips, Walter - Residence.
University of Texas - Buildings - Anna Hiss Gym.
University of Texas - Buildings - Main Building, Tower.
University of Texas - Buildings - Memorial Stadium.
University of Texas - Grounds - South Mall.
University of Texas - Lyndon Baines Johnson School of Public Affairs.
University of Texas - Miriam Letcher Stark Library.
Zilker Park.
Zilker Park - Barton Springs.

Administrative Information

Custodial History:

According to the call for entries for the "Austin Seen" photography exhibition, the photographs submitted for the exhibition would become part of the permanent collection of the Austin History Center, but the copyright to the images would remain with the photographers. The prints are to be used by the Austin History Center for research and display. Some photographers gave permission for their photographs to be published, but only if they, along with the History Center, are given credit.

Preferred Citation:

“Austin Seen” Photograph Collection, 1939-1984 (AR.2000.016). Austin, TX: Austin History Center, Austin Public Library and the individual photographer, if applicable. Some photos entered in the exhibition are restricted - researchers should consult the individual prints they wish to publish.

Acquisition Information:

Donor #: No donor number - photographs submitted for exhibition competition

Donation Date: 1984

Processing Information:

Initial Inventory and Preliminary Processing By/Date: Teresa Tucker/January 2002.

Final Processing and Finding Aid By/Date: Margaret Schlankey & Jennifer Hecker/June 2005.


Detailed Description of the Records

The following section contains a detailed listing of the materials in the collection. (NOTE: Photograph titles are presented as formatted by submitter.)

 

"Austin Seen" Photograph Collection

box folder
1 1 Williamson, Nolen E.
1 "'New' Stagecoach's 1st Stop at Driskill Hotel." 1970s.
1 "Gazebo on Auditorium Shores and Austin Skyline (Autumn Colors)." n.d
1 "Presentation of Bicentennial Fountain to City of Austin By Real Estate Assn. (1976)." 1976.
1 "Austin Mayor Friedman, Roy Short as "Uncle Sam," Mayor Protem Snell Gen. Rob't E. Lee (1976)." 1976.
1 "Elizabet Ney Museum (about 1940) [sic]" 1940.
1 "Texas Governor's Mansion (about 1940)" 1940.
1 "W. Lee O'Daniel Inauguration (1939)" 1939.
1 "Texas State Capitol (with xmas lights) (about 1940)." 1940.
1 "Austin Aquafestival Float (1976) (with Queen & Princesses)." 1976.
1 "Austin Skyline Bridge Across Town Lake (1975)." 1975.
2 McJunkin, James N.
2 "KKK Rally, 1983 - #3." 1983.
2 "Uncle Sam & Mayor McClellan." n.d.
2 "Last 'Hill on the Moon' concert, Austin, Texas - 1976." 1976.
2 "K.K.K. Rally - 1983 - #1." 1983.
2 "K.K.K. Rally - 1983 - #2." 1983.
2 "Uncle Sam's House." n.d.
2 "Fishin." n.d.
2 "Pinnacle, The." n.d.
2 "Urban Reflection - Austin, Tex." n.d.
3 Vecchio, F. Bernice
3 "a foggy moonlight capitol." n.d.
3 "view of the tower from Taos." n.d.
3 "in the beginning." n.d.
3 "old and new." n.d.
4 Nichols, Douglass Y. and Dorothy F.
4 "Our Place In The Country." n.d.
4 "Lief." n.d.
5 Meloy, Sharon
5 "Cranesque" n.d.
6 Keys, Kay Elaine
6 "Longhorn Carving Outside UT President's Office (formerly Stark Library), 1980." 1980.
6 "A & A Pawn Shop in Transition, North Side of 6th Street, near Neches, February 1983." 1983.
6 "Texas State Capitol Dome, March 1983." 1983.
6 "The Beauty is … The Beauty Lasts, North East corner of Sixth and Neches, Cut-Rate Paint Store, March 1983." 1983.
6 "South Mall looking North, University of Texas, November 1980." 1980.
6 "Pecan Street Festival, 6th between Neches and Trinity, September 1983." 1983.
6 "Fiesta, Laguna Gloria, May 1980" 1980.
6 "Texas Classroom Teachers' Association and Texas Bank of Commerce 7th and Guadalupe, looking east, February 1983." 1983.
6 "Texas Classroom Teachers' Association and Texas Bank of Commerce 7th and Guadalupe, looking east, February 1983." 1983.
6 "Alley View from between Congress and Colorado between 4th and 5th, looking North, March 1983." 1983.
7 Darling, Dennis Carlyle
7 "David and Karla, members of punk band, Toxic Shock." n.d.
7 "David and Karla, members of punk band, Toxic Shock." n.d.
8 Colvin, Emmett
8 "Gone Swimming? (dock Lake Austin)." n.d.
8 "Fishing with Grandpa, Lake Austin." n.d.
9 Bonar, Ave
9 "Michael Levy, publisher Texas Monthly Magazine and wife Becky Levy, 1982-85 president for Laguna Gloria Art Museum photographed at a museum dance, 1978." 1978.
9 "James C. Fidler, former Channel 7 weatherman, 1981." 1981.
9 "Photographer Russell Lee, 1983." 1983.
10 Dubose, Terry, J.
10 "Ms. Paul & Mr. Threadgill, Split Rail." n.d.
11 Rehm, Jack
11 Untitled n.d.
12 Love, Gary R.
12 Untitled. n.d.
12 Untitled. n.d.
12 "Gay Rights March." n.d.
12 Untitled. n.d.
12 "Silver Spurs Rodeo." n.d.
12 "UT TOWER INRARED [sic]." n.d.
12 "Gay Rights March." n.d.
13 Fehr, Grant
13 "Cameron Road." n.d.
13 "Deep Eddy." n.d.
13 "Seaholm Station." n.d.
13 "West Ben White Blvd." n.d.
13 "Metropolitan Drive." n.d.
13 "City from Barton Square Mall." n.d.
14 White, Wendel A.
14 "Dellwood Area, side of house with Branches, 1981." 1981.
14 "Dellwood Area, Garage behind 1508 Ashwood." 1981.
14 "Dellwood Area, Pink House, 1981." 1981.
14 "Dellwood Area, Garages between Kirkwood and Wrightwood, 1981." 1981.
14 "Dellwood Area, 3909B Maplewood, 1981." 1981.
14 "Dellwood Area, Air Traffic, 1981." 1981.
15 Colley, Jim
15 "Allendale Barber Shop, 5740 Burnet Rd." n.d.
15 "Ave. B Grocery." n.d.
16 Everett, David
16 "July 4th, Town Lake." n.d.
16 "Sculptor David Deming with 'Mystic Raven,' Prior to its assembly at 9th & Congress." n.d.
16 "Veiled 'Mystic Raven' sculpture, 9th & Congress." n.d.
16 "Peacocks, Mayfield Park." n.d.
16 "Peacock, Mayfield Park." n.d.
16 "Veiled 'Mystic Raven' sculpture, 9th & Congress." n.d.
17 Hagan, Michael P.
17 "St. Mary's Cathedral." n.d.
18 Bryan, Sherry L.
18 "A View From the Carnival." n.d.
19 Young, W.R. "Russ"
19 "Police vs Crowd, Klu Klux Klan march at state capitol [sic]." n.d.
19 "All the King's Men, Klu Klux Klan march at the capitol [sic]." n.d.
19 "The beginning of the march, Klu, Klux, Klan march at state capitol [sic]." n.d.
19 "Centennial Tower at the University, 15 Sept. 1983." 1983.
20 Lee, Lana
20 "Sunset in the Hills." n.d.
21 Harris, Martin
21 Untitled. n.d.
21 Untitled. n.d.
21 Untitled. n.d.
21 Untitled. n.d.
22 Triggs, Teal.
22 "Memorial Stadium Track Meet." n.d.
23 McMillan, Robert
23 (NOTE: not an original photo and untitled). n.d.
24 Guerra, Teresina
24 "Demonstration, 1970, South Mall." 1970.
24 "Demonstration, 1970, Main Building." 1970.
24 "Demonstration, 1970, Littlefield Fountain." 1970.
24 untitled (NOTE: same image as no. 87). 1970.
25 Campbell, Michelle
25 "Barton Springs, 1978." 1978.
25 "Aqua Festival, 1977." 1977.
25 "Barton Springs, 1978." 1978.
25 "Barton Springs, 1978." 1978.
25 "Barton Springs, 1979." 1979.
25 "Square Dancers, 1978." 1978.
25 "Austin, 1977." 1977.
25 "Austin, 1981." 1981.
26 Rainey, Bill
26 "K.K.K. Rally, 1983." 1983.
26 "Laguna Gloria Grounds." n.d.
26 "Austin Mardi Gras, 1983." 1983.
26 "Governor's Inauguration, 1983." 1983.
26 "Eeyore's, 1983." 1983.
26 "Raul's Club, 1980." 1980.
27 Pumphrey, Steven
27 "Angela Strehli, Austin musician." n.d.
27 "Spectrum Deaf Dance Company, Austin based dance company." n.d.
27 "Kenneth Threadgill at the new Threadgill's." n.d.
28 Harris, Anne K.
28 "Catfish at Emmajoe's." (Photographer's Note: "Catfish" was a street musician who hung around Austin during the winter for several years. He could be heard on Guadalupe playing traditional blues and folk tunes. One of his trademarks was his slide guitar. He left Austin for good in May 1982.) 1982.
28 "Ben Hogue, Luthier, May 1982." (Photographer's Note: Ben Hogue makes and repairs stringed instruments in his shop above Half Price Books on Lavaca. He also sometimes plays mandolin with Bill Neely and Kenneth Threadgill.) 1982.
28 "'Little Charlie' Sexton at Fourteen, Oct 1982." 1982.
28 "Joe Don Kotrala in front of Folkville Ice Cream, Oct 1982." (Photographer's Note: Joe Don is an Austin street musician. For several months in late 1982 he and his sister ran Folkville Ice Cream.) 1982.
28 "Joe Don Kotrala in front of Folkville Ice Cream, Nov 1982." 1982.
28 ""Little Charlie" Sexton, Oct 1982." 1982.
29 Armstrong-Welborn, Sharen
29 Untitled. n.d.
29 "on Guadalupe." n.d.
29 "Esther's Follies." n.d.
29 "Special Olympics, Jimmy Bean & Friend." n.d.
29 "Halloween, 1981." 1981.
29 "ducks in the yard, 1979." 1979.
29 "George on Loop 360." n.d.
29 "Onion Creek." n.d.
29 "running along Barton Springs." n.d.
29 "Linda peeling potatoes." n.d.
30 Grove, Laurie
30 "Assignment #6." n.d.
30 "Assignment #6." n.d.
30 "Assignment #6." n.d.
31 Patrick, Rick
31 "UT Graduation Day, Austin, 1975." 1975.
31 "Town Lake Fisherman, Austin, 1972." 1972.
31 "High School Football, Austin, 1975." 1975.
31 "UT vs A & M bonfire, Austin, 1974." 1974.
31 "Walter Tips House relocation, 1975." 1975.
31 "Anti Vietnam War March Austin, 1972." 1972.
31 "Governor's Inauguration, 1975." 1975.
32 Frede, Phyllis
32 untitled. n.d.
32 "Body building Contest, Paramount Theatre, 1981." 1981.
32 "Two Girls at Carnival Austin, 1975." 1975.
33 Frierson, Carla Frances
33 Untitled. n.d.
box folder
2 1 Aguirre, Tito
1 "Photo #6." n.d.
2 Schweers, Dan
2 Untitled. n.d.
2 "West Seventh Street facing Congress Avenue, 1978." 1978.
2 "North Lamar near North Loop, 1983." 1983.
2 "Waterloo Park, 1978." 1978.
2 "Parking Lot near 34th & Lamar." n.d.
2 "Marxist Economist in Hunnicutt House, now a parking lot, 1972." 1972.
2 "Texas Commerce Bank, 7th & Guadalupe." 1980.
2 "5th St. at Shoal Creek, 1981." 1981.
2 "mural, 23rd St. near Guadalupe." 1978.
2 "W. 10th St. near Congress Ave., 1983." 1983.
3 Kwalwasser, Amy
3 "Parade/Houston meets Austin." (Photographer's Note: Parade honoring first Republican governor in Texas in more than 100 years, William P. Clements, Jr., gubernatorial inauguration. City of Houston performs.) 1979.
3 "Parade, 1979." (Photographer's Note: Parade honoring first Republican governor in Texas in more than 100 years, William P. Clements, Jr., gubernatorial inauguration. Congress Avenue & Fifth, downtown Austin. Scarborough dept. store & old Woolworth bldg. in background.) 1979.
3 "Window Display, Scarborough's." (Photographer's Note: Window display, Scarborough Dept. Store Congress Ave. & Fifth/Downtown Austin. Reflection of old Woolworth Building in background.) 1981.
3 "Husband-and -Wife Shoe Repair." (Photographer's Note: Husband-&-wife shoe repair J.C. Shoe Repair. Robert and Lydia Delgado. Formerly on Burnet Road, now located at 107-A North Loop, Austin, Texas.) 1977.
4 Dannemiller, Keith
4 "Elizabet Ney Museum." n.d.
4 "Fire Station #17." n.d.
4 "Speedorama, Hwy. 183." n.d.
4 "Congress Ave. Totems." n.d.
4 "Stock Show Parade." n.d.
5 Henle, Tina
5 "Austin County Fleamarket." 1983.
5 "Reflection." 1983.
5 "Austin County Fleamarket." 1983.
5 "Patterns." 1983.
5 "Austin." 1983.
6 Morgan, Damian
6 "Scarborough Phillips Library, St. Edward's University." n.d.
6 "Old Main Stairwell, St. Edward's University." n.d.
6 Untitled. n.d.
6 "The Ritz." n.d.
7 Murphy, Michael A.
7 "Wedding at Dirty's, 1983" 1983.
7 "Texas Hatters - Manny Gammage, 1982" 1982.
7 "Hamilton Pool, 1980," 1980.
7 "Rattlesnake sacking contest municipal auditorium, 1978" 1978.
7 "Wedding Reception - 1981 Driskill Hotel," 1981.
8 Kolvoord, Larry
8 "Eeyore’s Birthday Party at Pease Park." n.d.
8 "East Austin Children Playing in fire hydrant." n.d.
8 "The Stallion Restaurant." n.d.
8 "The Capitol Hotel." n.d.
8 "Inauguration Day Gov. Bill Clements." n.d.
8 "Pep Rally U. of Texas." n.d.
8 "Earl Campbell in action." n.d.
9 Lowcock, Ford E.
9 "Differences." n.d.
10 Hagen, Barbara
10 Untitled. n.d.
11 Ross, Rebecca
11 "Susan, Austin, Texas, February, 1982." 1982.
12 Wallenstein, Ellen
12 "Jared in the Yard, 1979." 1979.
12 "25th & Lamar, Oct. 1978" 1978.
12 "An Alley Behind South Congress Ave., Nov. 1982." 1982.
12 "The House I Live In, 1981" 1981.
12 "Pease Park, 1980" 1980.
12 Untitled. 1981.
12 "Alamo Hotel Coffee Shop." 1978.
12 "Alamo Hotel Coffee Shop." 1978.
12 "Xan on blanket, 1980." 1980.
12 "Those People Across the Street, 1980" 1980.
12 "Willow, Wet Spring, end of February, 1981" 1981.
13 Henschel, David
13 "Domes." n.d.
13 "Sixth Street Wall." n.d.
14 Williams, James S.
14 "Paramont" [sic]. n.d.
15 Patterson, Pamela C.
15 Untitled. n.d.
15 Untitled. n.d.
15 "Virginia's Café." n.d.
15 "Liberty Lunch, 1983." 1983.
15 Untitled. n.d.
15 "Summer Shower, 16th and Guadalupe." n.d.
16 Jalapeeno, Jimmy
16 "Eeyore’s Birthday, 1978." 1978.
16 "Art Gallery, April 1981." 1981.
16 "August 1977 - Front Yard, 9 1/2 St." 1977.
16 "December 1976, Armadillo World Headquarters Interior." 1976.
16 "May 1969, Waller Creek Protest." 1969.
16 "May 1970 Peace Demonstration at Capitol." 1970.
16 "May 1978 Party." 1978.
16 "Town Lake, May 1980." 1980.
16 "Eeyore’s Birthday, April 1979." 1979.
16 "November 1978, Front Yard Poker, 9 1/2 St." 1978.
17 Swick, Gerald D.
17 Untitled. 1983.
17 Untitled. 1983.
18 Troncale, Tony
18 "Elizabet Ney Monument." 1983.
18 "Evening at Eastwoods." 1980.
18 "Outside Raul's." 1982.
18 "Elizabet Ney Museum, Austin, Texas." 1983.
19 Fletcher-Bissett, Valerie
19 "Oat Willies, 1982." 1982.
19 "Sixth Street, 1982." 1982.
19 "Southeast Austin Church." n.d.
19 "Anna Hiss Gym." n.d.
19 "Sixth Street, 1983." 1983.
19 "Downtown Alley." n.d.
19 "Liberty Lunch, 1982." 1982.
19 "West Austin Home." n.d.
19 "Ester Follies, 1983" [sic]. 1983.
19 "Hyde Park Alley, 1980." 1980.
20 Henle, Fritz
20 "Reflection - like a Fata Morgana - The Poetry of the birth of a new Metropolis." 1983.
20 "Newspaper Vending-machine, Austin Statesman American." 1983.
20 "Testimony of beauty in an ever more skyward oriented powerful new surrounding." 1983.
20 "Austin- Sept. (October) 1983- streetfair on 6th Street, New citizens in a free country." 1983.
20 "Austin - 6th Street Fair Sept. (October) 1983 - Images of Texas." 1983.
20 "Sixth Street - Sept. 83: Vendor of snake-hats-lovers and a growing metropolis." 1983.
20 "No 1 American Plaza, Austin - October 1983 - a new Metropolis." 1983.
20 "Texas - Honey, October 1983." 1983.
20 "Austin - The Growing City, Congress Street - October, 1983." 1983.
20 "Steel and Concrete - The foundations- to the dimensions of the present and the future." 1983.
21 Pogue, Alan
21 "The future is female." 1979.
21 "Dance for a sandwich." 1979.
21 "Esters Follies, Jake Ratchet - short detective [sic]." 1979.
21 "Les Amis Sidewalk Café staff, 1978." 1978.
21 "anti nuclear group with balloons." 1978.
21 "Old man and young man at Austin City Council meeting." 1978.
21 "The Cortez Family at the Capitol." 1979.
21 "LBJ Library and Garden, 1971." 1971.
21 "Carol Ivey in her studio." n.d.
21 "Billy Clayton, Speaker of the House, opening day." n.d.
22 Clark, Steve
22 "Woolworth building during demolition #1." 1981.
22 "Sidewalk Project 900 Block #1." 1983.
23 Kolberg, William O.
23 "Mayfield Park." n.d.
23 Untitled. n.d.
23 "Picnic." n.d.
23 "Muchachos." n.d.
23 "Scarborough Building." n.d.
23 "Under (?illegible) Bridge." n.d.
23 "Waterloo Park." n.d.
23 "Mayfield Park." n.d.
24 Goodman, Mark
24 "Congress Avenue at W. 6th Street, looking north-east. Construction site for One American Center is on the left and the Littlefield Building is on the right. Austin, Texas." 1982.
24 "Colorado Street at W. 5th Street, looking north. The Public Parking Garage of the American Bank Tower is on the left and the State Comptroller of Public Accounts Building and Garage is on the right. Austin, Texas." 1982.
24 "Courtyard next to O. Henry Hall, 601 Colorado Street, between 6th and W. 7th Streets looking east. Construction site for One American Center is beyond the plywood wall. Structures in the distance from left to right: the Sampson Building, the Bradford Hotel, the Driskill Hotel, the Littlefield Building, the Interfirst Bank Tower, and the Scarborough Building, Austin, Texas." 1982.
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3 1 Edwards, Mary Lee
1 Untitled. n.d.
1 Untitled. n.d.
2 Olcott, Mary Susan
2 "Fireworks at the Rice vs. Texas Football Centennial Celebration." 1983.
3 Lindsey, Lynda
3 "Stanley Hall directing rehearsal of the Austin Ballet Theater, Oct 1983." 1983.
3 "Stanley Hall & members of the Austin Ballet Theater at rehearsal, Oct 1983." 1983.
3 "Stanley Hall & various members of the Austin Ballet Theater on a break during rehearsal, Oct 1983." 1983.
3 "Stanley Hall watching a rehearsal at the Austin Ballet Theater, Oct 1983." 1983.
3 "Stanley Hall directing a rehearsal at the Austin Ballet Theater, Oct 1984." 1983.
4 Sidoric, Michael
4 "Ray Short, Patriot." 1976.
4 "Veterans Remembered, 1979." 1979.
4 "Joe Serrano's Playground, 1971." 1971.
4 "Steve Wooster, Another TD." n.d.
4 "Joe Serro Buckaroo, 1971." 1971.
4 "Almost Clean Restrooms." n.d.
4 "Waterloo Kids." 1971.
4 "Friends and Craftsmen." n.d.
4 "Fannie Lou Spelce, Artist." n.d.
5 Sidoric, June B.
5 "Paramount Theater, Before." n.d.
5 "Surprised Victor." n.d.
5 "Governor Elect, 1979." 1979.
5 "Gus Artz, Craftsman in Stone." n.d.
5 "Wild Basin Getaway." n.d.
5 "Earl Campbell's Towering Honor." n.d.
6 Nunn, Mark
6 "Capitol Fire, 2/6/83." 1983.
6 "Capitol Fire, 2/6/83." 1983.
6 "Charged #1." n.d.
7 Godwin, Jay
7 "Iron Works." 1976.
7 "Sailboat on Town Lake." 1976.
7 "Sinks." 1976.
7 "After a Rock Concert." 1976.
7 "Super Fly." 1976.
8 Grenon, Martha
8 "Alvin Crow & Doug Sahm at the Continental Club, March 1982." 1982.
8 "Capitol Dome." n.d.
8 "LBJ School of Public Affairs." n.d.
8 "Boy Scout Parade, 12 Feb. 1983." 1983.
8 "The Uranium Savages Re-enact the KKK March, April 1983, Soap Creek." 1983.
8 "My Guard." 1983.
8 "Joe Ely & (Little) Charlie Sexton, Club Foot, June 1982." 1982.
9 Newton, Julie
9 Untitled. 1977.
9 Untitled. 1977.
10 Harris, Ruth
10 Untitled. (Note accompanying Image 296:"The thoughts of youth are long, long thoughts," and this young fisherman obviously intends to keep them to himself. He solemnly greets the rising sun at Long Lake (formerly Decker Lake) in Austin, Texas --- intent on getting that first "bite" while the fish are having breakfast. The recent proposed changes at Long Lake could possibly shatter the tranquility of his 'paradise'; but, at this point, the activity at the end of his line is his main concern.") n.d.
11 Daemmrich, Bob
11 "Travellers." n.d.
11 "Halloween on 6th Street." n.d.
12 Sullivan, Jerry D.
12 Untitled. n.d.
12 Untitled. n.d.
12 Untitled. n.d.
12 "Portrait of Russell Lee." n.d.
13 Ehrlich, Randy
13 "Eeores Birthday 1977 Pease Park [sic]." 1977.
13 "Spring Equinox Celebration - Laguna Gloria Art Museum, 1975." 1975.
13 "(BW Stevenson) Concert in Zilker Park, 1974." 1974.
13 "Clarkesville Jazz Festival in West Austin Park, 1979." 1979.
13 "Willie Nelson's Forth of July Picnic, 1976 [sic]." 1976.
13 "1979 Willie Nelson's 4th of July Picnic." 1979.
14 Lyon, Michael
14 "E. 6th St. - Saturday Night - July '82." 1982.
14 "E. 6th St. - Saturday Night - July '82." 1982.
14 "E. 6th St. - Saterday Night - July 1982 Free Kittens [sic]." 1982.
14 "E. 6th Street Saterday Night July '82 Henery's Memories [sic]." 1982.
14 "E. 6th St. Saturday Night July '82 Lou." 1982.
14 "E. 6th St. - Saturday Night - July '82." 1982.
14 "E. 6th St. - Saturday Night - Sept 82 The Ritz." 1982.
14 "E. 6th St. - Saturday Night - July '82." 1982.
14 "E. 6th St. - Saterday Night July 1982, The Ritz." 1982.
14 "E. 6th St - Saturday Night July '82." 1982.
15 Doherty, Brad
15 "Grove Drug, Austin, Texas." n.d.
15 "Mary Zelma O'Reilly, 'Bicycle Annie', 2nd mural of 23rd St., Austin, 1980." 1980.
15 "Parade on Congress Avenue, Austin, Texas." n.d.
15 "1980 Aqua Festival beauty pageant winner Katherine Louise Anderson." 1980.
15 "Mrs. Hilbur Seibt, 514 Deep Eddy Ave. Austin, 1980." 1980.
15 "Varsity Theatre, 24th Street, Austin, Texas." n.d.
15 "The Blandscrew Sisters of Esther's Follies, Esthers Pool, Austin, 1979." 1979.
15 "Chef Raymond Tatum, Jeffrey’s Restaurant, Clarkesville, Austin." n.d.
15 "1980 Aqua Festival beauty pageant winner Katherine Louise Anderson. August 2, 1980 "Miss Austin Aqua Festival" at Municipal Auditorium." 1980.
15 "Deep Eddy Married Student Housing, Austin, Texas." n.d.
16 Kneten, Rocky
16 Untitled. n.d.
16 Untitled. n.d.
17 Pearce-Moses, Richard
17 "Microwave Relay, Bird Bath and Goose Planter, Clarkesville (Austin TX), 1983." 1983.
17 "One American Center, From 2nd Street, Austin TX, 1983 (October)." 1983.
17 "Jack Brown Cleaners #1 - MLK at Rio Grande Austin TX, 1983." 1983.
17 "Porch and Front Yard Clarkesville (Austin TX), 1983." 1983.
17 "Gulf Station, MLK at San Antonio Austin TX, 1983." 1983.
17 "Town Lake- Near Barton Springs, Austin, TX, 1983." 1983.
17 "Town Lake - Barton Spring Flowing into the Colorado R., Austin, TX, 1983." 1983.
18 Wayland, Terry
18 "State Motel, South Congress." n.d.
18 "W.C. Aten, Gardener for 75 years, Enfield." n.d.
18 "Alamo Hotel." n.d.
18 "2402 San Gabriel, Old Wheatsville, Franzetti House & Grocery." n.d.
18 "Clarksville Church, Partially Constructed by Residents - Carey Baylor, Squire Johnson, Link Thompson." n.d.
18 "Woolworth Demolition." n.d.
18 Untitled. n.d.
18 Untitled. n.d.
18 Untitled. n.d.
18 "Bob Bacon – Camera repair man for 45 years." n.d.
19 Baker, Jeanne
19 "Stairwell, St. Edward's University." n.d.
19 "Downtown Reflections." n.d.
19 "Oriental Garden, Zilker Park." n.d.
19 "Salado Street, Carolyn at the Piano." n.d.
19 "Carolyn, Stairwell, St. Edward's." n.d.
20 Van Osdol, Scott
20 "TFW Union Rally, Austin, 1980." 1980.
20 "Some kids and some bad housing, Austin, 1982." 1982.
20 "American Agricultural Movement, Austin Capitol Buildings, 1978." 1978.
20 "Carole Wins the Big One, Austin, 1981." 1981.
20 "Clarkesville Neighborhood Festival, Austin, 1979, Link Thompson." 1979.
21 Haslanger, Robert
21 "Tom Miller Dam, 11-4-74." 1974.
21 "Fishing at Tom Miller Dam." 1978.
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4 Rowe, Jeff
Untitled. 1979.
Untitled. 1980.
Untitled. 1979.
Untitled. 1979.
Untitled. n.d.