Texas State Library and Archives Commission

Texas Department of Public Safety:

An Inventory of Department of Public Safety Photographs (Highway Patrol, Identification, and Other Divisions) at the Texas State Archives, 1937-1965, undated



Overview

Creator: Texas. Dept. of Public Safety.
Title: Department of Public Safety photographs (Highway Patrol, Identification, and other divisions)
Dates: 1937-1965, undated
Abstract: The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) is the state police agency, charged with enforcing laws, preserving order, and protecting the rights, privileges, property, and well-being of Texas citizens. Photographs were made by Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) photographers to document or promote the activities of the various divisions, personnel, training, equipment, and facilities. These records consist of photographs (Highway Patrol, Identification, Communications, Internal Security, Motor Vehicle, Commissioners, Field Offices, Personnel & Staff Services, and Inspection & Planning) created by the DPS photo lab. Dated photographs span the period 1937-1965. Undated, original photographs may have been made as early as 1935. Others are known to be copies of even earlier images. The images consist primarily of black-and-white photographic prints and negatives, most in 4-by-5, 5-by-7, and 8-by-10 format. Some color negatives and transparencies are present for later years.
Quantity: part of 16 cubic ft.
Language Descriptions of these photographs are written in English.
Repository: Texas State Archives

Agency History

In 1935, the 44th Legislature (Senate Bill 146, Regular Session), responding to recommendations made in 1933 by the Joint Legislative Committee on Organization and Economy, created the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) for the purpose of placing under a single jurisdiction the state's functions in crime prevention and traffic control programs. The original Department was composed of the Texas Rangers, removed from the Adjutant General's Department; the State Highway Patrol, taken from the State Highway Department; and the Headquarters Division, composed of the Bureau of Identification and Records, the Bureau of Intelligence, the Bureau of Communications, the Bureau of Education, and various administrative and service units. Other divisions were added in later years, as needed (see divisional descriptions). A Certificate of Title Division was created in 1939 (House Bill 407, 46th Legislature, Regular Session) and administered by DPS until its transfer to the Highway Department in 1941.

By 1956, the Department had reconstituted the Headquarters Division into a number of major divisions and had added several new divisions to create a total of fourteen, each of which was headed by a Chief who answered to the Director. To alleviate this unwieldy structure, the 55th Legislature authorized the reorganization of DPS (House Bill 325, Regular Session, 1957). The Department then created six regional commands, each headed by a senior officer who was placed in command of the region's Highway Patrol, License and Weight program, Motor Vehicle Inspection program, Driver's License program, Communications, and Safety Education Service. Each Regional Headquarters also contained a limited crime laboratory. The Texas Rangers were assigned to six companies, each headed by a captain, with the same boundaries as the regional commands. The Narcotics and Intelligence Sections operated state-wide out of the Austin headquarters. Supporting headquarters divisions, sections and bureaus were consolidated into four divisions: Identification and Criminal Records; Personnel and Staff Services; Driver and Vehicle Records; and the Inspection and Planning Division.

By this time DPS had evolved into the state police agency, charged with enforcing laws, preserving order, and protecting the rights, privileges, property, and well-being of Texas citizens. Its responsibilities fell into three major categories: crime suppression and control, motor vehicle highway transportation and management, and disaster and emergency activities. To meet these responsibilities, the Department's divisions operated the following programs: crime control, police traffic supervision, driver licensing, vehicle inspection, safety responsibility, accident records, safety education, disaster and emergency services, and police training. It enforced criminal laws in cooperation with local, federal, and other state law enforcement agencies.

The policy making body of DPS is the three member Texas Public Safety Commission, appointed by the governor with the advice and consent of the Senate for overlapping six year terms. The positions are non-salaried and the governor appoints the chair. All members must have knowledge of the law, experience in law enforcement, honesty, integrity, education, and executive ability. The Commission appoints a Public Safety Director to serve as the executive officer of DPS.

(Sources include: Guide to Texas State Agencies, various editions; the agency's website, http://www.txdps.state.tx.us/; and earlier finding aids.)


Scope and Contents of the Records

The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) is the state police agency, charged with enforcing laws, preserving order, and protecting the rights, privileges, property, and well-being of Texas citizens. Photographs were made by Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) photographers to document or promote the activities of the various divisions, personnel, training, equipment, and facilities. These records consist of photographs (Highway Patrol, Identification, Communications, Internal Security, Motor Vehicle, Commissioners, Field Offices, Personnel & Staff Services, and Inspection & Planning) created by the DPS photo lab. Dated photographs span the period 1937-1965. Undated, original photographs may have been made as early as 1935. Others are known to be copies of even earlier images. The images consist primarily of black-and-white photographic prints and negatives, most in 4-by-5, 5-by-7, and 8-by-10 format. Some color negatives and transparencies are present for later years. There are some "crime" photos but they seem to be present in these files more for internal documentation than for legal evidence. DPS divisions, bureaus, or sections represented are Commissioners, Communications, Driver's License, Education, Field Offices, Headquarters, Identification, Inspection and Planning, Internal Security, Motor Vehicle, Narcotics, Texas Highway Patrol, Personnel and Staff Services, Ranger, Safety, and Statistical. Also included are a large group of miscellaneous images. Each envelope bears a brief description, e.g. "R-335 4x5 Ektachrome of Ranger Trenton Horton on Horse with Handie Talkie. Aug., 1949." Folder titles in the finding aid were transcribed by State Archives staff from descriptions written on the envelopes by DPS staff at the time the negatives were made.

Many examples of nitrate film and unstable diacetate film may be found in this accession. In 1999 modern prints were made of 476 of the earliest Ranger division negatives as one phase of a strategy to preserve images on unstable film. The vintage negatives for these images will be placed in cold storage to arrest deterioration.

This series was split into three separate finding aids due to the electronic file size limitations imposed by the online finding aid web site (TARO). If you are reading this electronically, click on the following links to access the finding aids for the first and third groups of DPS photographs - Department of Public Safety Photographs (Education, Driver's License, and Headquarters), 1937-1965, undated and Department of Public Safety Photographs (Miscellaneous, Narcotics, Safety, Statistical, Ranger, and unidentified), 1937-1965, undated. If you are reading this in paper, the finding aids for the first and third groups are found at a separate divider within the binder.


 

Arrangement of the Records

The photographs are arranged by DPS division or department designated by code letters: D - Driver's License; E- Education; H - Headquarters; I - Identification (or Intelligence); ISS - Internal Security; M - Miscellaneous (or Main); MVI - Motor Vehicle; C or Comm - Communications; I & P - Inspection and Planning; N- Narcotics; P- Patrol (or THP - Texas Highway Patrol); P & S - Personnel & Staff Services; R- Ranger; S - Safety; and ST - Statistical. There are also codes for commissioners - COMM and field offices - FO. Within each division the photographs are in approximately chronological order. Files (actually envelopes) are numbered sequentially as created, e.g., E-5, E-6, E-7.
Within each division the photographs are in approximately chronological order. Files (actually envelopes) are numbered sequentially as created, e.g., E-5, E-6, E-7.

Restrictions

Restrictions on Access

Negatives to be placed in cold storage are not accessible at this time to the public. Prints have been made of all these negatives.

Restrictions on Use

Most records created by Texas state agencies are not copyrighted and may be freely used in any way. State records also include materials received by, not created by, state agencies. Copyright remains with the creator. The researcher is responsible for complying with U.S. Copyright Law (Title 17 U.S.C.).

Technical Requirements

Researchers are required to wear gloves provided by the Archives when reviewing photographic materials.


Index Terms

The terms listed here were used to catalog the records. The terms can be used to find similar or related records.
Corporate Names:
Texas. Dept. of Public Safety.
Texas Rangers.
Subjects:
Peace officers--Texas.
Traffic safety--Texas.
Law enforcement--Texas.
Law enforcement--Study and teaching--Texas.
Police administration--Texas.
Police vehicles--Texas.
Mounted police--Texas.
Legal photography--Texas.
Police--Texas--Equipment and supplies.
Police--Texas--Uniforms.
Document Types:
Photographs--Law enforcement--Texas--1937-1965, undated.
Negatives--Law enforcement--Texas--1937-1965, undated.
Functions:
Documenting law enforcement.
Documenting peace officers.

Related Material

The following materials are offered as possible sources of further information on the agencies and subjects covered by the records. The listing is not exhaustive.

Texas State Archives
Texas Department of Public Safety, Photographs (AC 1976/008), 1937-1961, bulk 1940-1941, 1961, 1820 images
Texas Department of Public Safety, Photographs (AC 1976/180), 1937-1961, 350 prints [these are prints from selected images in AC 1976/008.]
Texas Department of Public Safety, Photographs (AC 1976/198), 1939-1971, 504 images
Texas Department of Public Safety, Photographs (AC 1978/023), 1937-1969, 663 images
Texas Department of Public Safety, Records, 1930-1931, 1934-2000, undated, 203 cubic ft.
Texas Department of Public Safety, Training Academy recruit training records, 1930-1931, 1935-1999, bulk 1980-1999, 78 cubic ft.
Texas Department of Public Safety, Training Academy in-service and recertification training records, 1942-1950, 1957-1970, 1994-1997, bulk 1994-1997, 45 cubic ft.
Clinton Sherrell photographs, 1950s, fractional [Call # for this unprocessed collection of Highway Patrol images is 2008/071.]
Publications
Texas. Dept. of Public Safety. Texas Department of Public Safety : pictorial and history book, 1935-1980. [s. l. : s. n., 1980] Walsworth Pub. Co.]
Texas. Dept. of Public Safety. Texas Department of Public Safety golden anniversary pictorial and history book, 1935-1985. Marceline, MO : Walsworth Publishing Co., 1985.

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

(Identify the item), Texas Department of Public Safety photographs, 1937-1965, undated. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.

Accession Information

Accession number: 1983/112

These records were transferred to the Archives and Information Services Division of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission by the Texas Department of Public Safety on March 3, 1983.

Processing Information

Corrections and further encoding to TARO project standards by Laura K. Saegert, July 2001

Finding aid converted from EAD 1.0 to 2002 by TARO, July 2003

Corrections made to description and folder listing, finding aid divided to conform to TARO file size limits and edited for DACS compliance by Tonia J. Wood, October 2009


Detailed Description of the Records

 

Department of Public Safety photographs (Highway Patrol, Identification, and other divisions), 1937-1965, undated,
part of 16 cubic ft.

Patrol or Texas Highway Patrol
Box Folder
1983/112 P-1 Flash of L.G. Phares, Chief Texas Highway Patrol, in his office.
[8 x 10]
P-2 Flash of general office of Highway Patrol and Acct. Div's.
[8 x 10]
P-3 Highway patrol pistol team. Sept. 21, 1937.
[8 x 10]
P-4 Negative of Basil Spain to be sent to Australia showing type of uniform worn by Texas State Police. Nov. 4, 1937.
[8 x 10]
P-5 Copy of First Captains and Chief of Highway Patrol. 11-23-37
3 x 5
P-6 Flash picture of F. Vance for Highway Patrol applications authorized by Col. Carmichael. Jan. 22, 1938.
[4 x 5]
P-7 Flash of Tom McCann in new H.P. suit. May 12, 1938.
[4 x 5]
P-8 Negatives of Patrol Sergeants in full dress uniform. May 25, 1938.
[8 x 10]
P-9 Negatives of Captain E.M. Wells, Highway Patrol. May 27, 1938.
[4 x 5]
P-10 Captain J.D. Reed, Highway Patrol. May 27, 1938.
[4 x 5]
P-11 Capt. M.L. Berry, Highway Patrol. May 27, 1938.
[4 x 5]
P-12 Capt. Jim Line, Highway Patrol. May 27, 1938.
[4 x 5]
P-13 Capt. O.L. Cannady, Highway Patrol. May 27, 1938.
[4 x 5]
P-14 Capt. S.J. Gilbert, Highway Patrol. May 27, 1938.
[8 x 10]
P-15 Capt. Harry Hutchinson, Highway Patrol. May 27, 1938.
[4 x 5]
P-17 Capt. J.B. Draper, Highway Patrol. May 27, 1938.
[4 x 5]
P-18 Capt. Frank Albright, Highway Patrol. May 27, 1938.
[4 x 5]
P-19 Capt. Dan Abbott, Highway Patrol. May 27, 1938.
[8 x 10]
P-20 Capt. W.W. Legge, Highway Patrol. May 27, 1938.
[4 x 5]
P-21 Capt. Hill Foreman, Highway Patrol. May 27, 1938.
[4 x 5]
P-22 Capt. E. Mayr, Highway Patrol. May 27, 1938.
[4 x 5]
P-23 Capt. G.P. Nulty, Highway Patrol. May 27, 1938.
[8 x 10]
P-24 Sergeant Polk Ivey, Highway Patrol. May 27, 1938.
[4 x 5]
P-25 Sergeant Jim Line, Highway Patrol. May 27, 1938.
[4 x 5]
P-26 Sergeant John Reed, Highway Patrol. May 27, 1938.
[4 x 5]
P-27 Sergeant W.M. King, Highway Patrol. May 27, 1938.
[4 x 5]
P-28 Sergeant Herman Reissing Highway Patrol, May 27, 1938.
[4 x 5]
P-29 Sergeant Boethel, Highway Patrol, May 27, 1938.
[4 x 5]
P-30 Sergeant Lloyd Wyatt, Highway Patrol. May 27, 1938.
[4 x 5]
P-31 Sergeant Butler, Highway Patrol, May 27, 1938.
[4 x 5]
P-32 Sergeant Bouldin, Highway Patrol. May 27, 1938.
[4 x 5]
P-33 Sergeant Morgan Meyer, Highway Patrol. May 27, 1938.
[4 x 5]
P-34 Shot of Capt. Abbott and Brother Ed Abbott. May 28, 1938.
[8 x 10] [4 x 5]
P-35 Sergeant Dan Abbott, Highway Patrol, May 27, 1938.
[4 x 5]
P-36 Sergeant Ed Posey, Highway Patrol. May 27, 1938.
[4 x 5]
P-37 Sergeant Marvin Gordon, Highway Patrol. May 27, 1938.
[4 x 5]
P-38 J.B. Walling, Highway Patrol, May 27, 1938.
[4 x 5]
P-39 Sergeant Glen Rose, Highway Patrol. May 27, 1938.
[4 x 5]
P-40 Sergeant Ross Dickey, Highway Patrol. May 27, 1938.
[4 x 5]
P-41 Negatives of Highway patrolmen in dress uniform in formation with motorcycles. June 10, 1938.
[nitrate negs.] [8 x 10] [4 x 5]
P-42 Negatives of emergency broadcasting truck used by the Dept. One with Wilkins in picture, and one of truck alone. June 10, 1938. July 28, 1938
[8 x 10]
P-42 Showing Wilkins with earphones.
[4 x 5]
P-43 Negative of Sgt. Butler and his little boy standing by motorcycle. June 10, 1938.
[4 x 5]
P-44 Negatives of Highway Patrolmen showing courtesy on the Highway by giving first aid and assisting lady who has run out of gas. June 10, 1938.
[4 x 5]
P-45 Negatives of Capt. Hickman to be used for publication. July 14, 1938.
[4 x 5]
P-46 Highway Patrol Captains attending training School graduating exercises.
[8 x 10]
P-47 Negatives of Carrol Monroe counting traffic on highway north of Austin. Aug. 6, 1938.
[4 x 5]
P-48 Negative of Capt. Hickman at his desk in patrol chief's office. July 22, 1938.
[8 x 10]
P-49 Negatives of patrol parade made at Capitol and down Congress Avenue. May 27, 1938.
[4 x 5]
P-50 Negatives of Patrol Pistol team before trip to Camp Perry. Aug. 9, 1938
[8 x 10]
P-51 Negatives of the new highway patrol car, and patrol signs on the sides back, and top of the car. Aug. 16, 1938.
[4 x 5] [8 x 10]
P-52 Negative of Patrolman C.E. Tabor in uniform for Chief Hickman. Aug. 22, 1938.
[4 x 5]
P-53 Copy negative of Col. Garrison, Edgar Bergen and Charlie McCarthy and Highway Patrolmen, Ft. Worth District. Made at Casa Manana, Ft. Worth, Texas. Copied Aug. 31, 1938.
[8 x 10]
P-54 Sergeant R.H. Kelly
[5 x 7]
P-55 Sergeant R.M. Hammett
[4 x 5]
P-56 Sergeant J.D. Carr
[4 x 5]
P-57 Sergeant George L. Morahan
[4 x 5]
P-58 Negatives of patrolmen giving demonstrations with soap, ice water and towels which they carry in patrol cars. Sept. 23, 1938.
[4 x 5]
P-59 Negative of group of 32 patrolmen assembled Camp Mabry for Sergt. Examination. Sept. 29, 1938.
[8 x 10]
P-60 Negatives of Patrol Headquarters at Dallas. Patrol Office and Dormitory. Oct. 11, 1938.
[8 x 10]
P-61 Negative of group of 47 patrolmen assembled here for the funeral services of Col. H.H. Carmichael. Sept. 25, 1938.
[8 x 10]
P-62 Negatives of Patrol and Ranger headquarters, Dallas, exterior views of bldgs. Oct. 9, 1938.
[8 x 10]
P-63 Negatives of Capt. Albright in uniform.
[5 x 7]
P-64 Negatives of T.S. Pennington and Don Lawrence. (Pix. to be used in Colts Magazine).
[5 x 7]
P-65 Negative of an affidavit from Jim Lindsey, editorial staff of San Angelo Standard Times. Stating the facts about an article he had written about Charles M. Duncan.
[8 x 10]
P-66 Negatives of Alvin Granger being fingerprinted.
[4 x 5]
P-66 Negatives of Alvin Granger and Badge he received for saving the five people in LA.
[4 x 5]
P-67 Negative of Pistol Team copied from Camp Perry photo.
[8 x 10]
P-68 Negatives of badge to be colored and transfers to be made for highway patrol cars. Feb. 15, 1939.
[8 x 10]
P-69 Negatives of Patrolmen and white car. (Publicity shots). Feb. 1939.
[4 x 5]
P-70 Negatives of copy Lubbock Patrol District with officers, and equipment.
[8 x 10]
P-71 Negatives of patrolmen assembled in San Antonio for parade. April 21, 1939.
[4 x 5]
P-72 Negatives of Dept. District headquarters, San Antonio, Texas. March 29, 1939.
[4 x 5]
P-73 Negative of Guy Smith (Sgt), May 26, 1939.
[5 x 7]
P-74 Negatives made at Buchanan and Inks Lakes showing state police boat and exams. Given operators of boats. June 25, 1939.
[4 x 5]
P-75 Negatives of Highway Patrol Headquarters in Houston, Texas. June 11, 1939
[3 1/4 x 4 1/4]
P-76 Negatives of two patrolmen stationed at Cameron, Texas. Pictures taken for county fair. July 24, 1939.
[8 x 10]
P-77 Negative of two Highway Patrolman's shirts for the same man to show how one shirt is 1/2 inch shorter in the collar than the other.
[8 x 10]
P-78 Paper negatives of Patrolman bonds for Col. Garrison. Oct. 7, 1939.
[8 x 10]
P-79 Negatives of Sgt. Butler, Conlin, Cearly and Don Lawrence to be used in making life size enlargements for Dallas fair display: Sept. 5, 1939.
[8 x 10]
P-80 Negatives of Enochs and Fox to be used to make life size enlargements for Dallas Fair Display. Sept. 18, 1939.
[8 x 10]
P-81
Negatives of Frankie Conklin and Don Lawrence standing by patrol car. Sept. 5, 1939.
[8 x 10]
P-82 Negatives of Patrolman arresting speeder, checking on stolen car and etc. Aug. 19, 1939.
[8 x 10]
P-83 Howard Tatum and car with bullet holes, dept. car driven by Capt. George Shauer in Gun battle with Tatum on South Congress Ave. Oct. 20, 1939.
[8 x 10] [4 x 5]
P-84 Copy negative group of patrolmen attending first highway patrol training school 1930. (copied in 1940)
[8 x 10]
P-85 Negative of Chief Hill Foreman, at his desk. Dec. 1938.
[8 x 10]
P-86 Negative of group attending 10th anniversary of first highway patrol training school. Jan. 10, 1940.
[8 x 10]
P-87 Negatives of Sgt. B. Bouldin made at request of Chief Hill Foreman. April 5, 1940.
[4 x 5]
P-88 Negatives of patrolmen moving box from highway which was put there as a test to see who would stop and move it from highway. The patrolmen finally had to move it. April 4, 1940.
[4 x 5]
P-89 empty
P-90 Bandits killed near Kingsville, Texas by two Texas Highway patrolmen. 1940.
[8 x 10]
P-91 Negatives of Highway Patrol pistol team. Also individual pictures. Feb. 28, 1941
[8 x 10]
P-91 Negatives of Sgt. Butler in uniform to show that they were not made to measurement. June 15, 1940.
[8 x 10]
P-92 Radio truck and two way cars in operation by Texas Highway Patrol. April 9, 1941.
[8 x 10]
P-93 Negatives of Don Lawrence holding pistol. Feb. 6, 1941
[4 x 5]
P-94 Negatives of Dallas office of the Dept. of Public Safety. March 14, [194-]
[8 x 10]
P-95 Negative of General order no. 4, retiring old #40, from active duty. #40 is a motorcycle that almost every Patrolman has had the pleasure of riding. June 2, 1941.
[8 x 10]
P-96 Negatives taken for Hill Foreman
[4 x 5]
IP-97 Portrait negatives of Chief Hill Foreman. Feb. 1941.
[5 x 7]
P-98 Negatives of Capt. Butler the day he was appointed Captain. In pictures are Col. Garrison Chief Hickman, Chief Foreman and Dep. Sheriff George Pope. May 20, 1941.
[4 x 5]
P-99 Negatives of Texas Highway Patrol District maps used in 1940 and 1941.
[8 x 10]
P-100 Negatives and photo of Texas Highway Patrol Badge used on identification cards issued to Highway Patrolmen. Feb. 1941.
[5 x 7] [4 x 5]
P-101 Patrolman John Lowry on motor in 1919. November 7, 1941.
[8 x 10]
P-102 Applicants taking patrol exams Austin High School. Aug. 11, 1941.
[8 x 10]
P-103 Frank Conklin and trophy won at 1941 pistol matches Houston, Texas June 24, 1941.
[4 x 5]
P-104 Close-up of H.W. Knierim on motorcycle. Color separation negatives. 1941.
[8 x 10]
P-105 Negatives of rookies of first Texas highway patrol training school 1941 as they made a flying trip to San Antonio, Texas on motorcycles. Oct. 17, 1941.
[4 x 5]
P-106 Group of patrolmen Austin District assembled for District meeting. April 10, 1941.
[8 x 10]
P-107 Negatives of accident scene near Schulenburg, 3 miles south on highway N. May 10, 1943.
[8 x 10]
P-109 Negatives of students attending highway patrol school for 1942. Dec. 20, 1942.
[8 x 10]
P-110 Negatives of Austin District patrolmen dressed in new hats. Nov. 25, 1942.
[8 x 10]
P-111 Negatives of Texas Highway patrol District maps. 1947.
[8 x 10]
P-112 Negative of Lt. Gov. Smith, Col. Homer Garrison Jr., Chief Nulty at opening of Austin District of Highway Patrol. Feb. 17, 1943.
[4 x 5]
P-113 Negatives of Highway Patrolmen Tom Gallamore and Henry Peacock with Black and White Ford. May 12, 1943.
[8 x 10]
P-114 Negatives of Austin Patrol District headquarters. May 1943.
[8 x 10]
P-115 Portrait negatives of Chief Hill Foreman, 1942.
[5 x 7]
P-116 Negative of Capt. Musick, Safety Division Highway Patrol. May 21, 1943
[4 x 5]
P-117 Negatives of Sgt. Don Lawrence and trophies won in pistol shooting. Dec. 1943.
[4 x 5]
P-118 Negatives of Austin District Office. October 1943.
[8 x 10]
P-119 Negatives of Tommie Grant and Col. Garrison, Patrolman Grant dressed in new highway patrol regulation uniform with jacket. Feb. 7, 1944.
[4 x 5]
P-120 Negative of Captain Glen Rose. 1943.
[4 x 5]
P-121 Negatives of wreck Buick Sedan lic. #250-970 and ford truck #-wreck occurred near Schulenburg, Texas June 21, 1944.
[4 x 5]
P-122 Negatives of Highway Patrolmen Andrew Jackson and Coley Platt, with 2-way black and white car. April 26, 1944.
[8 x 10]
P-123 Negatives of Sgt. Jones saluting flag - dress uniform with campaign hat. July 11, 1944.
[4 x 5]
P-124 Negatives of Chief Walter Elliott the day he was appointed Chief of Texas Highway Patrol. July 26, 1944.
[4 x 5]
P-125 Negatives of Capt. Nulty and Patrolman Treadwell saluting flag and superior officer. July 12, 1944.
[4 x 5]
P-126 Negatives of Texas Highway Captain George Busby. June 24, 1944.
[4 x 5]
P-127 Negative of Highway Patrolman Ed Majors. 1943.
[4 x 5]
P-128 Negatives of Highway Peacock in dress uniform. March 1945.
[4 x 5]
P-129 Negative of Texas Highway Patrol Captains. July 1945.
[8 x 10]
P-130 Negatives of Captain Herbert Weeks. Sept. 14, 1945.
[5 x 7]
P-131 Negatives of San Angelo Patrol District Meeting L.C.R.A. Clubhouse Buchanan Lake. February 5, 1946.
[4 x 5]
P-132 Negatives of parade in which the City of Denison honored General Eisenhower. April 20, 1946.
[4 x 5]
P-133 Negatives of Chief Walter Elliott. (Retouched). Aug. 1945.
[5 x 7]
P-134 Photograph - drowning at Tyler patrolmen, Rangers and D.L. men recovering bodies. April 1946.
[5 x 7]
P-135 Negatives of group Dallas District Patrolmen District Meeting. May 6, 1946.
[8 x 10]
P-136 Negatives of District Meeting, Houston District held at Huntsville. Texas on April 3, 1946.
[8 x 10]
P-137 Negatives of Sgt. J.L. Cearley in highway patrol uniform. Nov. 4, 1944
[4 x 5]
P-138 Negatives of Patrolman Curry, and two way patrol car. Also close-up talking over mike. Oct. 2, 1945.
[4 x 5]
P-139 Negatives of Patrolman Coley Platt talking to brakeman on railroad giving him a description of a wanted person. 1946.
[4 x 5]
P-140 Negatives of Highway Patrolman Coley Platt and Leche, arresting speeder, assisting motorist and making safety talk over radio. 1946.
[4 x 5]
P-141 Negatives of Patrolman Peoples and switch board operator. 1946.
[4 x 5]
P-142 Negatives of Patrolman Burns, Tyler, Texas making safety talk to school children, and making safety talk from the pulpit. April 5, 1946.
[4 x 5]
P-143 Group negative of Tyler Patrol District meeting and negatives of patrolmen working in District darkroom. April 5, 1946.
[8 x 10] [4 x 5]
P-144 Negatives of Doyle Curington and Clinton Peoples standing by patrol car and talking over two way unit. June 19, 1946.
[4 x 5]
P-145 Negatives of group of patrolmen who were in headquarters to take sgts. exam. Sam Gardner was high man. Aug. 8, 1946.
[4 x 5]
P-146 Negatives of Capt. George Busby and Harry Deford at teletype machine, Dallas: Oct. 1946.
[4 x 5]
P-147 Negative of a 1946 wrecked patrol car. 1200 miles: photograph made for comparison before and after repairs: repaired at DPS shops. Jan. 25, 1947.
[8 x 10]
P-148 Negative of Texas Highway Inspector Connor at his desk. 1947.
[4 x 5]
P-149 Negatives of Patrolman Johnson for class room enlargement. July 16, 1947.
[4 x 5]
P-150 Negative of patrol car after being repaired in DPS shops, wrecked in explosion, Texas City, Texas, 1947.
[4 x 5]
P-151 Negatives of Harlingen District Office. 11-30-47.
[4 x 5]
P-151 Negatives of Harlingen District Office. 11-30-47.
[4 x 5]
P-152 Negatives of group of Sergeants taking exam for Captains - Colonel Garrison and Chief Elliott pinning Captain Badge on Captain Layne and Captain George Monahans. 1946.
[4 x 5]
P-153 Copied negatives of Patrolman Finklea with his pipe and no teeth. July 2, 1947.
[4 x 5]
P-154 Negative of Sgt. E.L. Stroud, THP, Lubbock, May 1949.
[3 1/4 x 4 1/4]
P-155 Negative of James E. Riddles, THP, Lubbock, Texas. May 1949.
[3 1/4 x 4 1/4]
P-156 Negative of Captain E.L. Posey, THP, Lubbock, Texas May 1949.
[3 1/4 x 4 1/4]
P-157 Negatives of Sgt. Albert Chilcote, THP, Amarillo. May 1949.
[3 1/4 x 4 1/4]
P-158 Negatives of Captain Polk Ivy, THP, Amarillo, Texas. May 1949.
[3 1/4 x 4 1/4]
P-159 Negatives of Patrol School of 1938. Identification for negatives lost. April 18 to May 28, 1939.
[4 x 5]
P-160 Negatives of a patrol car wrecked near La Grange by Patrolman Oron Land. May 28, 1947.
[4 x 5]
P-161 Negatives of Ranger Bennie Krueger and son after he joined the Highway Patrol. 1948.
[4 x 5]
P-162 Negatives of District 12-Tyler and personnel of KTEB. 1948.
[4 x 5]
P-163 Copy negative of Captain Guy Smith's flirtation certificate. 6-10-48.
[8 x 10]
P-164 Negatives of a patrol car. July 2, 1948.
[8 x 10]
P-165 Negatives of Chief Elliott and Patrolman Knighton with a 1930 model motorcycle and a 1948 model patrol car. Sept. 30, 1948.
[4 x 5]
P-166 Negatives of Capt. J.O. Musick. November 23, 1948.
[4 x 5]
P-167 Negatives of Sgt., Don Lawrence with pistol and reloading equipment. November 24, 1948.
[4 x 5]
P-168 Negatives of wrecked patrol car. Dec. 22, 1948.
[4 x 5]
P-169 Negatives of student patrolmen practising with pistols. 1949.
[4 x 5]
P-170 Negatives of a 1949 Ford Patrol car with an FM radio. 1949.
[4 x 5]
P-171 Prints of patrolmen assisting at Gov. Jester's funeral. 1949.
[8 x 10]
P-172 Negative of Bill Harris shaking hands with Patrolman I.L. Maroney and H.E. Hale whose car had been driven 120,000 miles without an overhaul. 1949.
[4 x 5]
P-173 Negatives of patrolmen arresting a speeder and helping a woman in distress. Jan. 12, 1949.
[4 x 5]
P-174 Negatives of Bill Harris shaking hands with Patrolman Johnnie Craft by his patrol car. January 16, 1949.
[4 x 5]
P-175 Negatives of Capt. J.O. Musick. March 14, 1949.
[5 x 7]
P-176 Negative of Patrolman Dixon. March 14, 1949.
[4 x 5]
P-177 Negatives of Sgt. Tom Laws. March 14, 1949.
[5 x 7]
P-178 Negatives of 1948 Traffic Death Map. March 22, 1949.
[8 x 10]
P-179 Negatives of wrecked patrol car in which Patrolmen Mahoney and Dickson were killed. April 18, 1949.
[4 x 5]
P-180 Negatives of Capt. Polk Ivy installing an electric outlet. May 12, 194
[4 x 5]
P-181 Ektachrome transparencies
[4 x 5]
P-181 Copy negative of highway patrolmen giving information to out of state motorists. July 1949.
[8 x 10]
P-182 Ektachrome transparency of a group of highway patrolmen attending an inservice training school. July 1949.
[4 x 5]
P-183 Negatives of Sgt. White and Patrolman Meridith talking over F.M. radio unit. July 1949.
[4 x 5]
P-184 Ektachrome transparencies of four highway patrolmen on motors. July 1949.
[4 x 5]
P-185 Ektachrome transparencies of Patrolmen Max Westerman and Lou Bergstrom rendering assistance to lady motorist (changing tire) July 1949.
[4 x 5]
P-186 Negatives of Austin Dist. of THP. June 6, 1949.
[2 1/4 x 3 1/4]
P-187 Negative of Capt. E.K. Browning. June 13, 1949.
[4 x 5]
P-188 Negative of Capt. E.L. Posey. June 14, 1949.
[4 x 5]
P-189 Negative of Capt. N.R. Smith. June 14, 1949.
[4 x 5]
P-190 Negative of THP office personnel from Headquarters. June 14, 1949.
[4 x 5]
P-200 Negatives of personnel of THP auto shop. June 14, 1949.
[4 x 5]
P-201 Negative and copy negative of Capt. Polk Ivy. June 14, 1949.
[4 x 5] [5 x 7]
P-202 Negative of Capt. G.L. Morahan. June 18, 1949.
[4 x 5]
P-203 Negative of Capt. Harry Hutchinson. June 19, 1949.
[4 x 5]
P-204 Negatives of Don Lawrence and Harold Knierim. June 20, 1949.
[4 x 5]
P-205 Negative of Inspector Conner. June 21, 1949.
[4 x 5]
P-206 Negatives of the first Highway Patrol Office for the Austin Dist. June 22, 1949.
[4 x 5]
P-207 Negatives of Capt. G.W. Busby. June 25, 1949.
[4 x 5]
P-208 Negatives of Inspector Conner receiving scholarship to Northwestern University from Larry Cain of Dallas while Col. Garrison and Gov. Shivers watch. July 26, 1949.
[4 x 5]
P-209 Negative of Capt. Herbert Weeks. August 5, 1949.
[4 x 5]
P-210 Negative of Capt. Ray Butler. August 5, 1949.
[4 x 5]
P-211 Negative of Capt. Guy Smith. August 5, 1949.
[4 x 5]
P-212 Negative of Capt. Jack Sutherland. August 5, 1949.
[4 x 5]
P-213 Negatives of Capt. Glen Rose. August 5, 1949.
[4 x 5]
P-214 Negative of Capt. C.O. Layne. August 5, 1949.
[4 x 5]
P-215 Negatives of Capt. Marvin Gordon. August 5, 1949.
[4 x 5]
P-216 Negatives of Don Lawrence and Sam Gardener receiving Captains badges. August 9, 1949.
[4 x 5]
P-217 Negative of Safety Sgt. W.M. Miller. October 4, 1949.
[4 x 5]
P-218 Negatives of Patrolman Henry Peacock checking motorist's driver license. November 4, 1949.
[4 x 5]
P-219 Negatives of Dist. 14 spot maps. for 1950.
[8 x 10]
P-220 Negatives of Gov. Shivers presenting Capt. Layne a check for a scholarship to Northwestern University. Jan. 4, 1950.
[4 x 5]
P-221 Negatives of members of the 1st Patrol School at their 20th anniversary banquet.
[8 x 10]
P-221 Negatives of activities and program. Jan. 10, 1950.
[4 x 5]
P-222 Negatives of Capt. Jack Sutherland receiving Scholarship to Northwestern University from Mr. Larry Cain while Col. Garrison and Gov. Shivers watch. Jan. 17, 1950.
[4 x 5]
P-223 Negative of Capt. George Morahan at his desk. (copy). Jan. 24, 1950.
[8 x 10] [5 x 7]
P-224 Negatives of Chief Elliott looking at 1949 traffic death map with Inspector Conner and Capt. Browning. March 9, 1950.
[4 x 5]
P-225 Negatives of "Open House" at the Waco District Office. March 19, 1950.
[4 x 5]
P-226 Negatives of the 1949 traffic death map. March 24, 1950.
[8 x 10]
P-227 Negative of Capt. Don Lawrence. May 10, 1950.
[4 x 5]
P-228 Negative of Patrolman John P. Lynch playing dominoes during lunch hour of the third patrol inservice school. May 17, 1950.
[4 x 5]
P-229 Negatives of Patrolmen Johnny Krumnow and George W. Aderhold by their patrol car. June 26, 1950.
[4 x 5]
P-230 Negatives of Capt. Don Lawrence. July 13 1950.
[4 x 5]
P-231 Negatives of Captains meeting in Chief Elliott's office. August 3, 1950.
[4 x 5]
P-232 Negative of Helen Homeyer. August 28, 1950.
[4 x 5]
P-233 Negatives of the traffic pattern around Baylor stadium in Waco. Made from the air. September 30, 1950.
[4 x 5]
P-234 Negatives of patrolmen giving information to some out-of-state visitors. November 1950.
[4 x 5]
P-235 Negative of group of safety men attending conference.
[8 x 10]
P-235 Negatives of class room with Don Hill lecturing. December 7, 1950.
[4 x 5]
P-236 Negatives of Capt. George Busby at his desk. March 13, 1951.
[4 x 5]
P-237 Negatives of activities at the Dallas District meeting. March 13, 1951
[4 x 5]
P-238 Negative of Chief Elliott and Representative from Tyler. March 23, 1951
[4 x 5]
P-239 Negative of Patrolman Johnny Craft by his patrol car. May 12, 1951.
[8 x 10]
P-240 Negatives of Sgts. Hallmark and Warner being congratulated by Col. Garrison, Chief Fletcher and Chief Elliott, for making highest grades on the examination for captain. Sgt. Blackwell, also in picture, was third. August 21, 1951.
[4 x 5]
P-241 Negatives of the District Office in Harlingen. Nov. 17, 1951.
[4 x 5]
P-242 Negatives of Captains Butler, N.R. Smith, E.K. Browning, and Hallmark. November 19, 1951.
[4 x 5]
P-243 Negatives of activities of banquet for 20th anniversary of 2nd Patrol School. December 14, 1951.
[4 x 5]
P-244 Negative of a map of Dist. three. December 17, 1951.
[8 x 10]
P-245 Negatives of Col. Garrison presenting Shaw, Higginbortham, and Majors with Sgt's. commission while Chief Elliott watches. Jan. 3, 1952.
[4 x 5]
P-246 Negatives of a road map of the Army's Longhorn maneuvers. 2-28-52.
[8 x 10]
P-247 Negatives of the San Angelo Dist. meeting in the Buchanan Club House. March 11, 1952.
[4 x 5]
P-248 Negatives of Polk-THP. Trooper Hendricks, Capt. A.S. Windham, Col. T.B. Birdsong, Chief Elliott, and Inspector Conner. Sept. 9, 1952.
[8 x 10]
P-249 Negatives of group meeting for the 1 feet program. Sept. 9, 1952.
[8 x 10]
P-250 Negatives of the dedication of station KKH 775 at Lufkin. 10-14-52
[4 x 5] [3 1/4 x 4 1/4]
P-251 Negatives of Hidalgo, Willacy, and Cameron Counties which compose the Harlingen Dist. October 17, 1952.
[8 x 10]
P-252 Negatives of a patrolman helping a drunk driver from his car. 10-29-52.
[4 x 5]
P-253 Negatives of patrolmen of the Abilene Dist. and Captain Morahan. November 24, 1952.
[4 x 5]
P-254 Negatives of patrolmen of the Harlingen Dist. and of patrolmen in this Dist. who received driving awards. December 5, 1952.
[4 x 5]
P-255 Negatives of patrolmen of the Wichita Falls Dist. and of Safety Award winners. December 15, 1952.
[4 x 5]
P-256 Negatives of patrolmen in the Tyler District. December 18, 1952.
[4 x 5]
P-257 Negatives of the 1952 traffic death map. December 30, 1952.
[8 x 10]
P-258 Negatives of a spot map of the Waco District.
[4 x 5]
P-259 Negative of Austin District. March 9, 1953.
[8 x 10]
P-260 Negatives of Inspector Conner and Sgt. Harold T. Cowell of the Ohio State Patrol. March 17, 1953.
[4 x 5]
P-261 Negatives of Col. Garrison presenting Captains badge to J.W. Blackwell and Sgts. stripes to Preston C. Wynne. April 22, 1953.
[4 x 5]
P-262 Negative of Glen E. Simmons. Patrolman. April 23, 1953.
[3 1/4 x 4 1/4]
P-263 Negative of Patrolman Robert L. Burns. April 23, 1953.
[3 1/4 x 4 1/4]
P-264 Negative of Sgt. Preston C. Wynne. September 9, 1953.
[4 x 5]
P-265 Ektachrome transparencies of a 1953 Chevrolet Patrol Car. Sept. 7, 1953
[4 x 5]
P-266 Ektachrome transparencies of Accident Investigation Board. Sept. 4, 1953
[4 x 5]
P-267 Ektachrome transparencies of the Austin Districts "Driver Honor Roll." Sept. 4, 1953.
[4 x 5]
P-268 Ektachrome transparencies of the patrol's test car. Sept. 4, 1953.
[4 x 5]
P-269 Ektachrome transparency of Sgt. Phillip Ziessel modeling the patrol uniform. Sept. 4, 1953.
[4 x 5]
P-270 Ektachrome transparency and negative of the Fleet Safety Award Plaque. September 4, 1953.
[4 x 5] [5 x 7]
P-271 Negatives and Ektachrome transparencies of the Wichita Falls Dist. Office. September 11, 1953.
[4 x 5]
P-272 Negatives of the Safety Award meeting for the San Angelo Dist. at the Hotel St. Angeles. Sept. 1953.
[4 x 5]
P-273 Negative of Patrolmen Christian and Lusk by their patrol car. Sept. 17, 1953.
[4 x 5]
P-274 Negatives of a 1952 Ford patrol car and Patrolman Jeff Heard. Sept. 17, 1953.
[8 x 10]
P-275 Negative of the Fleet Safety Awards for the high and low districts. September 23, 1953.
[8 x 10]
P-276 Negatives of Capt. Sam Gardener. Nov. 5, 1953
[4 x 5]
P-277 Negatives of Sgt. H.W. McFarling. Nov. 5, 1953.
[4 x 5]
P-278 Negatives of Capt. C.O. Layne. November 5, 1953.
[4 x 5]
P-279 Negative of Patrolman William D. (Bill) Wilson. November 10, 1953.
[4 x 5]
P-280 Negatives of Capt. Blackwell. November 11, 1953.
[5 x 7]
P-281 Negatives of Patrolman Meridith and patrol car. November 11, 1953.
[4 x 5]
P-282 Negatives of Capt. E.K. Browning. November 19, 1953.
[4 x 5]
P-284 Negatives of the presentation of awards for the winners of District Pistol matches. July 1954.
[4 x 5]
P-285 Negatives of patrol activities for use in the biennial report. Aug. 1954
[4 x 5]
P-286 Negatives of activities in the automobile shops for use in the biennual report. August 1954.
[4 x 5]
P-287 Negatives of Patrolman Meridith assisting motorist and removing debris from highway; also, radar warning sign. August 19, 1954.
[4 x 5]
P-288 Negatives of Patrolman Jimmie Johnson using radio in his patrol car. September 1954.
[4 x 5]
P-289 Negatives of the Fleet Safety Program's Annual Award Banquet. (Waco). October 4, 1954.
[4 x 5]
P-290 Negatives of Chief Elliott, receiving (through John Nash, Chevrolet dealer), a "Driver Testing" machine. October 19, 1954.
[4 x 5]
P-300 Negatives of Sgt. Ziessel modeling the present and proposed patrol summer uniforms. November 1954.
[4 x 5]
P-301 Negative of Sgt. Sosby. November 1954.
[4 x 5]
P-302 Negative of Sgt. Gossett. November 1954.
[4 x 5]
P-303 Negative of Sgt. Nelson Higginbotham. November 5, 1954.
[4 x 5]
P-304 Negatives of Sgt. Sam Spier. Nov. 11, 1954.
[4 x 5]
P-305 Negative of Capt. Warner. November 1954.
[4 x 5]
P-306 Negative of Chief Elliott explaining the operation of the patrol to Col. Som, who is Chief of the Federal Police in Thailand. 12-15-54
[4 x 5]
P-307 Negatives of group of Sgts. who took the exam for Capt. June 17, 1955.
[8 x 10]
P-308 Negatives of Col. Garrison congratulating Pat Spier the day he was appointed Captain. June 20, 1955.
[4 x 5]
P-309 Negatives of the Districts pistol matches and awards being made to winners. June 23, 1955.
[4 x 5]
P-310 Negatives of radar speed meter installed in a 1955 Chevrolet. 7-22-55
[4 x 5]
P-311 Negatives of 16 patrolmen who made the highest grades in Sgts. exam.
[8 x 10]
P-311 Negatives of Col. Garrison and Chief Elliott talking to them. 8-4-55
[4 x 5]
P-312 Negatives of THP advertising for recruits to be used on TV. November 14, 1955.
[5 x 7]
P-313 Negatives of 1956 Ford Patrol Car with Chief Elliott. Nov. 17, 1955.
[4 x 5]
P-314 Negative of patrol badge and cap emblem. November 18, 1955.
[5 x 7]
P-315 Negatives of Lt. Luther Moore the day he was promoted to Captain. December 21, 1955.
[4 x 5]
P-316 Negatives of Inspector Conner's promotion to Ass't Chief of THP, Capt. Layne's promotion to Inspector, and Lt. Luther Moore's promotion to Captain. 12-21-55.
[4 x 5]
P-317 Prints of patrolman rendering assistance to wreck victims. Negatives in district THP files. Austin, Jan. 1956.
[8 x 10]
P-318 Negatives of new 1956 Ford patrol cars. Feb. 11, 1956.
[8 x 10]
P-319 Negative of Sgts. who took the exam for Lt.
[4 x 5]
P-319 Negative of Sgt. Watson Howell being congratulated by Col. Garrison for making the highest grade. Feb. 20, 1956.
[4 x 5]
P-320 Portrait negatives of Capt. Don Lawrence. Feb. 27, 1956.
[5 x 7]
P-321 Portrait negatives of Inspector C.O. Layne. Feb. 27, 1956.
[5 x 7]
P-322 Portrait negatives of Chief W.J. Elliott. Feb. 27, 1956.
[5 x 7]
P-323 Portrait negatives of Asst. Chief C.G. Conner. Feb. 27, 1956.
[5 x 7]
P-324 Portrait negatives of Capt. J.B. Carlisle. Feb. 27, 1956.
[5 x 7]
P-325 Negative of Col. Garrison presenting Sgt.'s commission to Sgt. Carpenter while Chief Elliott watches. Feb. 29, 1956.
[4 x 5]
P-326 Negatives of a patrol car from the Abilene District involved in a head-on wreck. The patrolman's life saved by use of the safety belt. March 30, 1956.
[4 x 5]
P-327 Negatives of flannel board showing state law enf., vehicle speeds, and fatal accidents on state and federal rural highways. April 12, 1956
[4 x 5]
P-328 Negatives of Texas death map without pins. April 16, 1956.
[4 x 5]
P-329 Negatives of the district secretaries meeting at headquarters. April 23, 1956.
[4 x 5]
P-330 Negatives of Chief Elliott and J.P. Lynch holding team trophy won in the annual team pistol matches at Clayton, New Mexico on April 23, 1956.
[4 x 5]
P-331 Negatives of copies of charts in the Accident Investigator's manual. May 10, 1956.
[5 x 7]
P-332 Negatives of Asst. Chief C.G. Conner explaining THP map of patrol districts to Capt. Francis E. Wilkie, U.S.A.F. May 12, 1956.
[4 x 5]
P-333 Negatives of the Austin Dist. THP pistol team. June 5, 1956.
[4 x 5]
P-334 Negatives of pistol matches and trophy awards. June 6, 1956.
[4 x 5]
P-335 Negatives of Capt. Hallmark. July 19, 1956
[4 x 5]
P-336 Negatives of Capt. Spier in uniform. July 27, 1956.
[5 x 7]
P-337 Negatives of Col. Garrison promoting Sgt. Gossett to Lt. August 20, 1956.
[4 x 5]
P-338 Negatives of Noel D. Calaway and Jack Crownover receiving congratulations from Col. Garrison upon being promoted to Sgt. Aug. 25, 1956.
[4 x 5]
P-339 Negatives of Lt. J.R. Arnold receiving his Captain's commission from Col. Garrison while Chief Elliott watches. Sept. 18, 1956.
[4 x 5]
THP-340 Negative of a trophy won by Don Ross in the National Peace Officers Assoc. Championship Offhand Pistol Match. October 22, 1956.
[8 x 10]
THP- 341 Negatives of patrolmen in various duties. November 9, 1956.
[4 x 5]
THP-342 Negatives of patrolmen taping skidmarks at the scene of an accident. November 14, 1956.
[4 x 5]
THP-343 1 complete set accident scene involving unit 2916
[8 x 10]
THP-343 Negatives of accident scene on Highway US 90 West of San Antonio in which DPS Unit #2916 was involved with a Southern Pacific truck. Sgt. Hancock and Patrolman Claybrook in patrol car. 1-17-57.
[4 x 5]
THP-344 Negatives of a patrolman by a 1957 Ford patrol car. Feb. 8, 1957.
[4 x 5]
THP-345 Negatives and transparencies of a 1957 Ford patrol car with equipment laid out and two patrolmen standing by. Feb. 15, 1957.
[8 x 10] [4 x 5]
THP-346 Negatives of a mechanic balancing a car wheel. March 1, 1957.
[4 x 5]
THP-347 Negatives of Chief Elliott explaining map to Mrs. Irene Zahr. March 4, 1957.
[4 x 5]
THP-348 Negatives of one car passing another on a curve, oncoming car being forced off of road. March 13, 1957.
[4 x 5]
THP-349 Negatives of Sgt. Miller adjusting movie projector preparing to show movie to school children. March 15, 1957.
[4 x 5]
THP-350 Negative of a map of the Austin THP District. March 16, 1957.
[8 x 10]
THP-351 Negative of Patrolman H. Frye delivering a death message. March 13, 1957
[4 x 5]
P-352 Negatives of a car being forced off road by oncoming car passing on curve. April 18, 1957.
[4 x 5]
P-353 Negatives of (left) Robert M. Lester, Capt. Okla. Highway Patrol, (Right) John F. Williams, Lt., Missouri Highway Patrol. April 23, 1957.
[4 x 5]
P-354 Negatives of water in auto shop supply room. June 5, 1957.
[4 x 5]
P-355 Negative of pistol shoot held by Highway Patrol at Zilker Park Range and presentation of awards by Col. Garrison and Chief Elliott at DPS headquarters. 6-18-57.
[4 x 5]
P-356 Prints of pistol shoot at Zilker Park.
[8 x 10]
P-357 Copy negative of group of early patrolmen with motorcycles in front of capitol building. Copied 7-23-57.
[4 x 5]
P-358 Negatives of graduation program by 29th THP School. 7-25-57.
[4 x 5]
P-359 Negatives of graduating exercise for 29th THP School. July 26, 1957.
[4 x 5]
P-360 Negatives of group 29th THP School. July 26, 1957.
[8 x 10]
P-361 Negatives of THP Insignia August 1, 1957.
[8 x 10]
P-362 Negatives of THP working traffic with radar. Bliss Sherman watching meter. August 7, 1957.
[4 x 5]
THP-363 Negatives of Sgt. Albers and group of patrolmen assigned to the Dallas -Ft. Worth Turnpike.
[4 x 5]
THP-363 Neg. of C.W. Nelson explaining operation of camera to patrolmen on Turnpike detail. 9-8-57.
[4 x 5]
THP-364 Negative of map showing patrol area around Austin. 9-18-57.
[8 x 10]
THP-365 Negatives made at the annual meeting of the class of `37 Patrol School. 8-3-57.
[4 x 5]
THP-366 - 369 [empty]
P-370 Safety Award presentations in Harlingen. 11-57.
[4 x 5]
P-371 Negatives of School for Safety Officers. 11-16-57.
[8 x 10]
P-372 Negative of DPS Patrolman badge. 11-19-57.
[8 x 10]
P-373 Negatives of Patrolman Raymond Robins, Patrol, Region 2, Houston.
[4 x 8]
P-374 Negatives of First Aid Instruction of patrolman. 1-13-58.
[4 x 5]
P-375 Group shot of Patrol Recruits School. 3-17-58.
[8 x 10]
P-376 Negatives of patrol sergeants attending Photography School.
[8 x 10]
P-377 Negatives of classroom, Lt. School. 1958.
[4 x 5]
P-378 Negatives of radar being set up on U.S. Highway 71 near Bergstrom Field. 1958.
[4 x 5]
P-379 Negatives of Bill E. Caffey, new sergeant and top "5" on list. 12-2-58.
[4 x 5]
P-380 Negatives of Major Guy Smith and son. 3-13-59.
[4 x 5]
P-381 Ektacolor negatives of Fleet Award plaque. June 19, 1957.
[4 x 5]
P-382 Negatives of girls admiring new uniform worn by TH Patrolman Gene Demuth.
[4 x 5]
P-383 Negatives, Texas Highway Patrolman Dwight McDaniels in front of DPS Building. 8-6-59.
[4 x 5]
P-384 Negatives of Sgt. Jerry Miller's promotion to Lt. 9-2-59.
[4 x 5]
P-385 Negatives of patrol car 1959 Ford. 9-12-59.
[8 x 10]
P-386 Ektacolor negs. of Dwight K. McDaniel by patrol car. 8-7-59.
[4 x 5]
Communications
Box Folder
1983/112 C-1 Negatives of Mrs. Boyer of the Telephone Co. and Mrs. Lee, PBX operator for DPS with new PBX operators who transferred from switchboard watchmen. Jan. 1956.
[4 x 5]
C-2 Negatives of radios and parts to be installed in new cars. Feb. 11, 1956.
[4 x 5] [3 1/4 x 4 1/4]
C-3 Portrait negatives of Chief Bill Broman. Feb. 27, 1956.
[5 x 7]
C-4 Ektachrome slides (unmounted) of main room in communications. 4-11-56.
[35mm]
C-5 Ektachrome transparencies of Texas maps showing communications and outside and inside of bus. May 10, 1956.
[35mm]
C-6 Negatives of Bennie Williams using the Civil Defense Warning System phone and teletype operator using her machine. Aug. 24, 1956.
[4 x 5]
C-7 Negatives of a console transmitter for Harlingen. October 31, 1956.
[4 x 5]
C-8 Negatives of two radio mechanics installing 2-way radio in new patrol car. March 1, 1957.
[4 x 5]
C-9 Negatives of the Military Affiliate Radio System (MARS) and DPS communications meeting. March 1-2, 1957.
[4 x 5]
C-10 Negative of DPS communications center. August, 1954.
[8 x 10]
C-11 Negatives of Harlingen Radio Station. April 9, 1957.
[4 x 5]
Comm-12 Negatives of Mrs. Betty Morgan. May 28, 1957.
[4 x 5]
Comm-13 Negatives of instructors and students from A & M talking to Radio operator, Frank Bland L to R: Wallace Beasby, Nooi Mohammed Hoor (Statist of Minister of Interior, Afghan Govt.) and Robert Brookerson of Lamesa PD 5-28-57.
[4 x 5]
Comm-14 Negatives of communication bus and extension antenna. 10-6-57.
[4 x 5]
Comm-15 Negatives of Communication Room. 2-11-58.
[8 x 10]
Comm-16 Negatives of Bryan TV Tower, Bennie Williams, Andy Anderson and Powell G. Charlton.
[4 x 5]
Comm-18 Negatives of radio shops personnel. 8-7-58.
[4 x 5]
Comm-19 Negatives of radio console made by Rod Singleton. 11-30-59
[4 x 5]
Comm-20 Negatives of radio operators and dispatchers and four prints. 11-25-59.
[8 x 10]
Internal Security
Box Folder
1983/112 ISS-1 Negative of Agent Kelly, (J.N.) October 2, 1951.
[4 x 5]
ISS-2 Negative of Franklin H. Douglas. July 1, 1952.
[3 1/4 x 4 1/4]
ISS-3 Negatives of Internal Security agents and their families. Aug. 22, 1952
[4 x 5]
ISS-4 Negatives of clerks and secretaries at work. October 17, 1952.
[4 x 5]
ISS-5 Negatives of N.K. Dixon, Chief of Internal Security Section. 4-23-53.
[3 1/4 x 4 1/4]
ISS-6 Negatives of N.K. Dixon, Chief of Internal Security Section. 5-28-54.
[4 x 5]
ISS-7 Negative of H.H. Frye, July 10, 1954.
[2 1/4 x 3 1/4]
ISS-8 Negatives of school for agents. July 23, 1954.
[8 x 10]
ISS-9 Negatives of Agent Franklin Douglas. August 23, 1955.
[4 x 5]
ISS-10 Negatives of Doris Bingham. October 11, 1955.
[4 x 5]
ISS-11 Portrait negatives of Chief N.K. Dixon, February 27, 1956.
[5 x 7]
ISS-12 Negatives of Alec Cassion talking into tape recorder. March 1, 1957.
[4 x 5]
IS-13 Negatives of Carlton Powell
[5 x 7]
INTEL-15 Negatives of Newt Humphries, Agent in Charge, Intelligence Section. 12-15-58.
[5 x 7]
ISS-16 Negatives of stolen foods from Nelson and Davis and son. 4-14-59.
[4 x 5]
Motor Vehicle
Box Folder
1983/112 MVI-1 Negatives of Chief George Busby and Nell looking at mashed waste basket and Busby at desk. Sept. 10, 1951.
[4 x 5]
MVI-2 Negatives of Chief George Busby sitting at his desk. October 3, 1951
[4 x 5]
MVI-3 Negatives of group attending school for MVI Inspectors. Feb. 20, 1952
[8 x 10]
MVI-5 Negatives of MVI exhibit. March 26, 1952.
[8 x 10]
MVI-6 Negatives of Assistant Chief John Hollyfield at his desk and shaking hands with Chief Busby.
[4 x 5]
MVI-7 Negative of group of MVI Inspectors. Also negatives of MVI captains. May 2, 1952.
[8 x 10] [4 x 5]
MVI-8 Negatives of portrait of Chief G.W. Busby. August 1952.
[5 x 7]
MVI-9 Negatives of car being inspected at Capitol Chevrolet. 10-29-52
[4 x 5]
MVI-10 Negative of Eugene M. Brooks. April 23, 1953.
[3 1/4 x 4 1/4]
MVI-11 Negatives of scene of shooting involving Inspector Coley Platt and a soldier. Sept. 11, 1953.
[4 x 5]
MVI-12 Negative of Inspector Ralph Bezner. July 1, 1954.
[4 x 5]
MVI-13 Negative of Inspector A.J. Clinton. July 1, 1954.
[2 1/4 x 3 1/4]
MVI-14 Negative of Inspector A.B. McCarter. July 1, 1954.
[2 1/4 x 3 1/4]
MVI-15 Negatives of automobile inspection at Covert's and Capitol Chevrolet. August 5, 1954.
[4 x 5]
MVI-16 Portrait negatives of Assistant Chief John Hollyfield. Feb. 27, 1956.
[5 x 7]
MVI-17 Negatives of unit for testing headlight testers. May 22, 1956.
[4 x 5]
MVI-18 Negatives of a group of MVI men. August 24, 1956.
[8 x 10]
MVI-19 Negatives of a line of cars at Jess Allman's garage waiting for inspection. April 13, 1957.
[4 x 5]
MVI-20 Negatives of some motor vehicle inspection stations during last day rush. April 15, 1957.
[4 x 5]
MVI-21 Negatives of group of MVI Inspectors. May 15, 1957.
[8 x 10]
MVI-23 Negatives of MVI patrolmen attending retraining school at training building. July 1958.
[8 x 10]
Commissioners
Box Folder
1983/112 Comm-1 Copy negatives of Albert Sidney Johnson, DPS Commissioner July 26, 1935 to December 31, 1939.
[5 x 7]
Comm-2 Copy negative of Ernest S. Goens, DPS Commissioner July 26, 1935 to December 31, 1935.
[5 x 7]
Comm-3 Copy negatives of D.D. Baker, DPS Commissioner, and 10-3-31 to 12-31-35 1-27-36 to 12-31-39.
[4 x 5]
Comm-4 Negatives of Commissioner George W. Cottingham 7-26-35 to 12-31-35, 1-7-36 to 12-31-41, 12-10-41 to 12-31-47, 12-18-47 to 12-31-53.
[4 x 5]
Comm-5 Negative of Mr. W.H. Richardson, DPS Commissioner (resigned 4-9-36 to 12-31-37 and 12-29-39 to 12-31-43 11-30-41).
[5 x 7] [8 x 10]
Comm-6 Negatives of Mr. Edwin Lacy, DPS Commissioner 12-27-39 to (rejected by Senate 4-10-41). 1939-1941
[4 x 5]
Comm-7 Negatives of Mr. George Pendergast, DPS Commissioner 5-30-41 to 12-31-45 and 12-31-45 to 12-31-51.
[4 x 5]
Comm-8 Negatives of Mr. J. Price Maddox, DPS Commissioner 12-15-41 to 12-31-43 & 12-16-43 to 12-31-49.
[4 x 5]
Comm-9 Copy negative of Mr. Hoxie H. Thompson, DPS Commissioner. 4-16-48 to 12-31-53 and 12-31-53 to 12-31-59.
[5 x 7]
Field Office
Box Folder
1983/112 FO-1 Copy negative of Region #6, District B 9-24-57
[8 x 10]
FO-2 Negatives of Major Kent Odom
[5 x 7]
FO-4 Negatives of Major Guy Smith. 1-28-58.
[5 x 7]
FO-5 Negatives of Major Glen Rose. 1-28-58.
[5 x 7]
FO-6 Negatives of W.J. Elliott. 1-28-58.
[8 x 10]
FO-7 Negatives of Major Guy Smith, Commander, Region #1
[5 x 7]
FO-8 Negatives (portrait) of Major Glen Rose 7-14-58
[4 x 5] [5 x 7]
Personnel & Staff Services
Box Folder
1983/112 P & S-1 Negatives of Bill Harris. 8-11-57.
[4 x 5]
P & S-2 Negatives of Capt. O.L. Canady. 1-28-58.
[8 x 10]
P & S-3 Negatives of DPS Bulletin assembly line, May 15, 1958.
[4 x 5]
P & S-4 Negatives of Betty Rogers. 1958.
[4 x 5]
P & S-5 Negatives of Martha Ann Peugh. June 17, 1958.
[4 x 5]
P & S-6 Negatives of the Rocket at shops. 12-31-58.
[4 x 5]
P & S-6 Negatives of shops personnel. August 1958.
[4 x 5]
P & S-7 Portrait negatives of Ted Vance. 12-16-58.
[5 x 7]
P & SS-8 Negatives of equipment issued to patrolmen as they graduate from the Academy. 1959.
[4 x 5]
P & SS-9 Negatives of Bibles being presented to Mr. Arnold for placing in barracks in training bldg. Presentation being made by Gideon men. 1959.
[4 x 5]
Inspection and Planning
Box Folder
1983/112 I & P Negatives of a view of Austin from the expressway south of the river. Trucks included in scene.
[4 x 5]
I & P Negatives of Ins. C.O. Layne, of Inspection and Planning. 4-10-58.
[5 x 7]
I & P Negatives of Inspector Dale Godbey, 8-19-58.
[5 x 7]
I & P Negatives of C.G. Conner, Inspector in suit. 12-12-58.
[5 x 7]
Identification
Box Folder
1983/112 I-2 Photographs of Thyrza and Laura Hoe, Florence, Italy. (Taken to show dissimilarity of fingerprints of twins)
[8 x 10]
I-3 The eight different patterns of fingerprints.
[4 x 5]
I-4 First Photographic Laboratory Bureau of Identification and Records. 1936.
[8 x 10]
I-5 Flash of C.G. McGraw taking finger prints of Bob Calvert for personal identification. 1936.
[4 x 5]
I-6 Negative of Chief McGraw taking J. Edgar Hoover's fingerprints at Centennial, Dallas, Texas. October 5, 1936.
[5 x 7]
I-8 Negative of unknown deceased hands, received from Rogers Kelley, District Attorney, Edinburg, Texas, as sent to Bureau of Identification for the purpose of identifying the victim. 1937.
[4 x 5]
I-9 Flash of banquet held for members of the Bureau of Identification and Records held at the Longhorn Cafe. 1937.
[8 x 10]
I-10 Views of Bureau of Identification and Records exhibit at the Dallas Centennial. 1937.
[4 x 5]
I-11 Flash general office view, Bureau of Identification and Records. 1937.
[8 x 10]
I-12 Flash of record sheet files Bureau of Identification and Records. 1937
[8 x 10]
I-13 Flash of Joe Fletcher, handwriting expert with handwriting identification equipment. 1937.
[8 x 10]
I-14 Flash of fingerprint files and classifiers - Bureau of Identification and Records. 1937.
[8 x 10]
I-15 Flash of Chief McGraw in Office. Also flash of Chief McGraw and secretary in his office 1937.
[8 x 10] [4 x 5]
I-17 Flash pictures of Stamm sisters being fingerprinted for personal identification. Also negatives of left index fingerprint of each girl and full set of prints and classification showing different primary classification. Oct. 11, 1937
[8 x 10]
I-18 Negatives of the Stamm sisters personal identification display prepared for Bureau of Identification. November 13, 1937.
[8 x 10] [5 x 7]
I-19 Woman's hands sent in to be fingerprinted; very badly decomposed. November 22, 1937.
[8 x 10]
I-20 Copy of ring fingerprints of Cranston Dodd, civil prints taken in Dallas, Texas. Ring and little fingers grown together on both hands at birth, later separated by operation. November 24, 1937.
[4 x 5]
I-21 Misc. photographs pertaining to identification.
[8 x 10] [5 x 7]
I-22 Flash of Capt. Dikes and Ford 1938.
[4 x 5]
I-22 Badge
[8 x 10]
I-23 Negative and original of composite picture for Bulletin cover to be tinted for use in color. May 3, 1938.
[8 x 10]
I-24 Bulletin cover
[8 x 10]
I-25 Copy negative of wanted notice for Jose Corona. June 27, 1938.
[5 x 7]
I-26 Flashes of dead man killed on highway by automobile identified by fingerprints as Hugh Cal Adams. June 26, 1938.
[4 x 5]
I-27 One copy of Howard Pierson made from negative original by Neal Douglas in court room during trial. Also picture showing bullet scars on arm. July 18, 1938. August 4, 1938.
[4 x 5]
I-28 Negative of Bureau of Identification and Records fingerprint experts searching prints in files. August 1, 1938.
[8 x 10]
I-29 Bureau of Identification and Records latent fingerprints expert J.O. McGuire working at files. Aug. 1, 1938.
[8 x 10]
I-30 Negative of record sheet and index files with file clerks at work. Aug. 3, 1938.
[8 x 10]
I-31 Negative of fingerprints files showing classifiers and searchers. Made for comparison with Sept. 1937 picture. Aug. 3, 1938.
[8 x 10]
I-32 Negative of Bureau of Identification and Records files clerks searching index files. Aug. 1, 1938.
[8 x 10]
I-33 Negative of Bureau of Identification and Records statistician Mary Kate Parker and assistant. Aug. 1, 1938.
[8 x 10]
I-34 Copy negative of mug of Rose Ogle sent by Pete Crawford. Aug. 10, 1938
[3 x 5]
I-35 Copy negative of mug of Walter Skains, wanted in Arkansas for robbery and kidnapping. Sept. 2, 1938.
[4 x 5]
I-36 Negatives of Roy Darrell made to show scars and cuts received when ran through barb wire fence. Sept. 15, 1938.
[4 x 5]
I-37 Negative of girl friend of Jack Watkins, wanted for the shooting of highway Patrolman Gassoway. Sept. 15, 1938.
[5 x 7]
I-38 Portrait negatives of Chief Joe Fletcher, the day he was appointed Chief of Identification Bureau. Oct. 18, 1938.
[5 x 7]
I-39 Portrait negative of L.H. Thomas, fingerprint expert: Oct. 18, 1938.
[5 x 7]
I-40 Negatives of instructions on how to fingerprint cadavers.
[4 x 5]
I-42 Negatives of wrecked cars and ext. from which translite display was made stressing personal identification. February 15, 1939.
[8 x 10]
I-44 Negatives showing proper way to take good fingerprints. Feb. 15, 1939.
[5 x 7]
I-45 Negatives of different types of fingerprints to be used in Fingerprint School. Feb. 14, 1939.
[5 x 7]
I-46 Negative of Henry Singleterry fingerprinting Dean E.E. Davis of (North Texas Agri. College) Arlington, Texas. March 29, 1939.
[4 x 5]
I-47 Flash negatives of Chief Joe Fletcher fingerprinting Rep. Emmet Morse, Speaker of the House of Rep. Col. Garrison also in picture. May 31, 1939.
[4 x 5]
I-48 Flash negatives of Personal Identification Exhibit in Identification Bureau. May 19, 1939.
[4 x 5]
I-49 Flash negatives made at La Conga night Club of Searight and Thomas fingerprinting members and guests of local 20-30 Club. April 28, 1938.
[8 x 10] [4 x 5]
I-50 Negatives of cheese plaster casts and close-up of man's teeth for comparison. Case made at Cooper by Bill Rogers. April 27, 1937.
[5 x 7]
I-51 Flash negatives of Thomas fingerprinting at high school in auditorium, Austin High School. May 3, 1939.
[4 x 5]
I-52 Negative of an old Blickensderfer typewriter belonging to Mr. Hatsfield in Accounting Division made for Joe Fletcher. May 9, 1939.
[8 x 10]
I-53 Negatives of Thomas fingerprinting baby on first birthday at home of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Olsen. May 6, 1939.
[4 x 5]
I-54 Negatives of Herman Thomas fingerprinting Salvation Army girl. (personal identification.) June 2, 1939.
[4 x 5]
I-55 Negatives of Indian reservation at Livingston, Texas. Indians being fingerprinted for personal identification. July 25, 1939.
[3 1/4 x 4 1/4]
I-56 Negatives of L.H. Thomas fingerprinting Gen. Pyron of the National Guard Cavalry.
[4 x 5]
I-57 Negatives of Thomas fingerprinting Porter John Mays to be used in Dept. display, Dallas Fair. Sept. 27, 1939.
[8 x 10]
I-58 Negative of Chief Joe Fletcher at his desk in Identification Bureau. Jan. 1940.
[8 x 10]
I-60 Fingerprint exhibit to be used for making lantern slides for lecture work. June 1941.
[8 x 10]
I-61 Copies of fingerprints taken 22 years apart. Copied June 1941.
[8 x 10]
I-62 Negatives of officers from State of New Mexico visiting this department. being shown latent fingerprint exhibit by Chief Fletcher. Jan. 11, 1941.
[4 x 5]
I-64 Portrait negatives of Chief Joe S. Fletcher. 1941.
[8 x 10]
I-65 Copy negative of Identification Bureau when located in Highway Bldg. 1936.
[3 x 5]
I-66 Capt. James L. Dikes former Chief, Bureau of Identification and Records. June 15, 1942.
[4 x 5]
I-67 Negatives of identification equipment and etc. used in identification work. 1941.
[4 x 5] [5 x 7]
I-68 Negatives of knob-knockers tools, loaned to this dept. to be photographed by Mr. Cochran, Special Agent, Frisco Railroad. Sept. 6, 1942.
[8 x 10]
I-69 Negatives of S-Women Marilyn Teer, Edith Adams, Billy Jones (now Mrs. Fletcher) dressed in Corps Uniforms. Aug. 12, 1942
[8 x 10] [4 x 5]
I-71 Negative of chart war work done by Department, January 1944.
[8 x 10]
I-72 Fototype letters 1. Photography 2. Questioned Documents 3. Chemical analysis 4. Firearms Identification 5. Police Training 6. Military Division.
I-73 Copy negative of cheese display - screen shot for Offset Printing. 1942.
[8 x 10]
I-74 Negatives of Edith Adams, U.S. Coast Guard with guns, hat and boots. July 24, 1944
[4 x 5]
I-76 Negatives used in making lantern slides for handwriting examinations. 1944.
[3 1/4 x 4]
I-77 1 set
[8 x 10]
I-78 Negative reversed from movie taken of Robert McEachern: Color Motion pictures of wanted criminals. Dec. 29, 1944.
10 in.
I-79 Negatives of Identification Bureau Employees assembling weekly law enforcement bulletin. November 16, 1945.
[4 x 5]
I-80 Negatives. General Office View. Bureau of Identification and Records. November 16, 1944.
[8 x 10]
I-81 Negatives of Jack Mercer powdering and photographing latent fingerprint Oct. 1944.
[4 x 5]
I-82 Negatives of Sidney Lanier classifying fingerprints. Oct. 1944.
[4 x 5]
I-83 Negatives of L.M. Pate operating multilith machine. October 1944.
[4 x 5]
I-84 Negatives of Bill Siptak searching in fingerprint files... Oct. 1944.
[4 x 5]
I-85 Negatives of Juanita Brown operating sorting machine. Oct 1944.
[4 x 5]
I-86 Negatives showing the proper way of packing articles containing latent fingerprints for shipment to the laboratory. May 31, 1946.
[5 x 7]
I-87 Negative of a drawing of an iodine fume gun... 1946.
[8 x 10]
I-88 Negatives of Elizabeth Harling operating teletype writer. 1946.
[4 x 5]
I-91 Fototype negatives of "photography,""questioned documents,""firearms identification." 1946.
I-92 Negative of Chief Glen H. McLaughlin, portrait retouched... Dec. 1947.
[5 x 7]
I-93 Copies of Texas Department of Public Safety Christmas letter. 1947.
[8 1/2 x 11]
I-95 Negative of Chief Glen McLaughlin and a Mr. Brager of True Detective Magazine, at Glen's desk... 1947.
[4 x 5]
I-96 Copy negative of Bureau Personnel assembling Bulletin. 1936.
[5 x 7]
I-97 Negatives of fingerprint patterns of twin Negroes. 1948.
[8 x 10]
I-98 Negatives of Sidney Lanier and John Sheppard, night operators of teletype. July 9, 1951.
[4 x 5]
I-100 Negatives of Judge Matthews and Henry Welch. Sept. 14, 1948.
[4 x 5]
I-101 Negative of fingerprint men receiving fingerprints in bureau. Sept. 14, 1948.
[4 x 5]
I-102 Negatives of Worth Seaman fingerprinting Wallace Nelson. 9-14-48.
[4 x 5]
I-103 Negative of chart from polygraph or lie detector. Oct. 1948.
[8 x 10]
I-104 Negative of Dee Wheeler passing hot check in cafeteria October 1948.
[4 x 5]
I-105 Negatives of duplicator machine. Oct. 1948.
[4 x 5]
I-106 Negatives of various cartoons depicting Dept. divisions used in booklet "U and the DPS." October 1948.
[8 x 10]
I-108 Negatives of hands taken from body found at Muleshoe and shots of Worth Seaman taking prints from fingers. 1949.
[8 x 10]
I-109 Negative of Jack Mercer and Harry Leach processing cabinet for latent fingerprints. Feb. 1, 1949.
[4 x 5]
I-110 Negative of Yvonne Horton and Patty Butler at teletype machines. March 17, 1949.
[4 x 5]
I-111 Ektachrome of Harry Leach using iodine fume gun in search for latent prints. July 1949.
[4 x 5]
I-112 Ektachrome of Fritz Christian running Lewis Berry of lie detector. July 1949.
[4 x 5]
I-113 Ektachrome of Worth Seaman fingerprinting dead man. July 1949.
[4 x 5]
I-114 Ektachrome of Marx Weise, Billy Weir, and Dee Wheeler searching fingerprint files. July 1949.
[4 x 5]
I-115 Ektachrome of Jack Mercer checking Coca Cola machine for latent prints. July 1949.
[4 x 5]
I-116 Ektachrome of Bill Siptak fingerprinting Sid Lanier. July 1949.
[4 x 5]
I-117 Negative of Jack Mercer and Harry Leach. July 13, 1949.
[4 x 5]
I-118 Negative of Question Document Section personnel E.N. Martin, Clarence Krueger and Paul Hanson. July 13, 1949.
[4 x 5]
I-119 Negative of Chemical Section personnel, Derward Nollner, J.D. Chastain and Chas. Beardsley. July 13, 1949.
[4 x 5]
I-120 Negative of Firearms Section personnel. Fred Rymer and Howard Taylor. July 18, 1949.
[4 x 5]
I-121 Group negative of Personnel Bureau of Identification and Records. July 21, 1949.
[8 x 10]
I-122 Negatives of Henry Singleterry instructing new fingerprint men.
[4 x 5]
I-123 Negatives of fingerprint glass on fingerprint card for annual report. October 1949.
[4 x 5]
I-125 Negatives of Dee Wheeler running Martha Riley on lie detector. Nov. 1949.
[4 x 5]
I-126 Negatives of fingerprint desk. December 30, 1949.
[4 x 5]
I-127 Negatives of fingerprint men searching prints in main files. 1950.
[4 x 5]
I-128 Negatives of Bureau of Identification and Records annual party. 1950.
[4 x 5]
I-130 Negatives of fingerprint men classifying fingerprints. 1950.
[4 x 5]
I-131 Negatives of Garland Wortham being run on lie detector by Fritz Christian. 1950.
[4 x 5]
I-132 Negatives of Brownie and Cub Scouts visiting bureau. Jan. 19, 1950.
[4 x 5]
I-133 Ektachrome of Worth Seaman checking stolen safe for fingerprints. Burg. Dime Box. March 1950.
[4 x 5]
I-134 Ektachrome of Worth Seaman checking for latents at Drug Store, Iradel, Texas.
[4 x 5]
I-135 Negative of Chas. H. Key at his desk. April 12, 1950.
[4 x 5]
I-136 Negatives of Paul Hanson fuming check attempting to bring out hidden writing. July 10, 1950.
[4 x 5]
I-137 Negative of Doris Bunte operating soundscriber. July 7, 1950.
[4 x 5]
I-139 Negatives of Dee Wheeler running Jim Shaw on lie detector. Oct. 1950.
[4 x 5]
I-140 Various negatives used in identification annual report for 1950.
[4 x 5]
I-141 Negatives portrait of Chief Glen H. McLaughlin. (retouched), 1-10-51
[5 x 7]
I-143 Negatives of Henry Singleterry retouched for portrait. Oct. 1951.
[4 x 5]
I-145 Negatives of B.I.R.'s Christmas dinner and Christmas tree. 12-18-53.
[4 x 5]
I-146 Negatives of Chief Glen McLaughlin at his desk. October 4, 1954.
[4 x 5]
I-147 Negatives of the Bureau of Identification and Records.
[8 x 10]
I-147 Negative of film developing room in the Photographic Section. June 29, 1954.
[8 x 10]
I-148 Negatives of H.A. Albert running Paul Hanson on the polygraph machine. September 3, 1954.
[4 x 5]
I-149 Negatives of bulletin being assembled in the BIR. Oct. 14, 1954.
[8 x 10]
I-150 Negatives of Nagle of the BIR. November 1954.
[4 x 5]
I-151 Negatives of Polygraph section. November 19, 1954.
[4 x 5]
I-152 Negatives of Joel at editing table. February 1955.
[8 x 10]
I-154 Copy negatives of a three dimensional drawing of the skin on fingers. Jan. 14, 1955.
[4 x 5]
I-155 Negatives of polygraph section. June 24, 1955.
[4 x 5]
I-157 Negatives of known offenders copied to make slides. Oct. 1955.
[23-828]
I-158 Negatives of buffet luncheon in I.D. Bureau.
[4 x 5]
I-158 Ektachrome transparency of table before serving. Dec. 21, 1955.
[4 x 5]
I-159 Negatives of fingerprint men searching in the files. Made for the 16th annual report. Oct. 16, 1951.
[4 x 5]
I-160 Negatives of polygraph charts and cartoons used to make slides.
[5 x 7]
I-160 Negative of Jimmy Morris painting. Feb. 1952.
[4 x 5]
I-161 Negatives of Dee Wheeler running Jimmy Morris on polygraph. April 23, 1952.
[4 x 5]
I-163 Negatives of DPS Bulletin being made up. October 30, 1952.
[4 x 5]
I-164 Negative of Helen Duncum pasting on bulletin before sending to multilith. November 5, 1952.
[4 x 5]
I-165 Negatives of H.A. Albert running Harry Leach on the polygraph. June 18, 1953.
[4 x 5]
I-167 Negatives of the I.I.R.'s barbecue and party at the recreation hut in Zilker Park. September 22, 1953.
[4 x 5]
I-168 Negatives of Charlie Key. November 2, 1953.
[3 1/4 x 4 1/4]
I-169 Negatives of Jack Mercer. November 5, 1953.
[4 x 5]
I-170 Negative of Billy Wier. November 5, 1953.
[4 x 5]
I-171 Negatives of Worth Seaman. November 5, 1953.
[4 x 5]
I-172 Negatives of handwriting measuring scales. Copied from slides for Questioned Document Examiner E.N. Martin. November 14, 1953.
[8 x 10]
I-173 Negatives of Charlie Key. November 19, 1953.
[4 x 5]
I-174 Negative of Billy Weir. Nov. 11, 1953.
[5 x 7]
I-175 Negatives of B.I.R. blueprints and negative of photo lab blueprints. April 10, 1956.
[8 x 10]
I-177 Print of T. Dickerson Cooke, Director of the Institute of Applied Science in Chicago, Ill. October 30, 1956.
[8 x 10]
I-178 Negatives of preparations for B.I.R. Christmas celebration. December 20, 1956.
[4 x 5]
I-179 Negatives of hand holding fingerprint card. 3-7-57.
[4 x 5]
I-180 Negatives of Chief McLaughlin and Capt. Youssef I. Hareki, Chief of Police of Beirut, Lebanon. Feb. 16, 1956.
[4 x 5]
I-181 Portrait negatives of Chief Glen H. McLaughlin. Feb. 27, 1956.
[5 x 7]
I-182 Portrait negatives of C.H. Key. Feb. 27, 0956.
[5 x 7]
I-183 Negatives of H.A. Albert operating the polygraph. March 12, 1957.
[4 x 5]
I-184 Negatives of two drivers (Paul Hanson and Worth Seaman) arguing after an accident. March 13, 1957.
[4 x 5]
I-185 Negatives of scenes in movie "Homicide Investigation." Jan. 31, 1957.
[8 x 10] [4 x 5]
I-186 Negatives of a safe burglar (Worth Seaman) preparing to knock the dial off a safe. April 24, 1957.
[4 x 5]
I-187 Negatives of Lampasas flood damage. May 13, 1957.
[4 x 5]
I-188 Negatives of Worth Seaman, May 15, 1957.
[4 x 5]
I-189 Negatives of pornographic film being burned by Crick DeGlandon, Worth Seaman and Col. Royal Phillips. 8-14-57.
[4 x 5]
I-191 Copy negatives of old wanted notices dating back to the 1880's. 9-12-57.
[4 x 5]
I-192 Negatives - Dee Wheeler with Dr. Pedro Angel of San Salvador. October, 1957.
[4 x 5]
I-193 Portrait negative of Dee Wheeler. October 1957.
[5 x 7]
ID-194 Negatives of Ava Nell Turner. 1-58.
[5 x 7]
ID-195 Negatives of Dee Ayres. 1-58.
[5 x 7]
ID-196 Negatives of 1957 Xmas Party
[4 x 5]
ID-197 Negatives of Dennis Hamilton
[5 x 7]
ID-198 Dee Wheeler running J. Ray Sanders on polygraph, J. Ray Sanders running Dee Wheeler on polygraph. 2-25-58.
[8 x 10]
I-200 Negatives of correct fingerprint rolling. 8-8-58.
[4 x 5]
I-201 Negatives of Worth Seaman. 8-19-58.
[5 x 7]
I-202 Negatives of Maxine Pool. 1-9-58.
[5 x 7] [4 x 5]
I-203 Portrait negatives of Gaston McDonald. 11-18-58.
[5 x 7]
I-204 Negatives of Uncle Henry J.H. Singleterry and Holly Osborne eating big doughnuts.
[4 x 5]
I-205 Negatives of J.H. Singleterry and fingerprint class. 4-15 and 4-17-59
[4 x 5]
I-206 Negatives of damage to Col. Phillips car caused by truck. 4-20-59.
[4 x 5]
I-207 Negatives of fingerprint class. May 11-15, 1959.
[4 x 5]
I-208 Negatives of Uncle Henry's fingerprint class, June 1959.
[4 x 5]
I-209 Negatives of Joe S. Fletcher and Joel Tisdale watching J.H. Singleterry number the 1,000,000 fingerprint card. 8-14-59.
[5 x 7]
I-210 Negatives of presentation of gifts to Jim Drake after retirement. 8-14-59.
[5 x 7]
I-212 Negatives of I & C R Christmas Party. 12-22-59.
[4 x 5]