Texas State Library and Archives Commission

Texas Department of Public Safety:

An Inventory of Department of Public Safety Photographs (Miscellaneous, Narcotics, Safety, Statistical, Ranger, and Unidentified) at the Texas State Archives, 1937-1965, undated



Overview

Creator: Texas. Dept. of Public Safety.
Title: Department of Public Safety photographs (Miscellaneous, Narcotics, Safety, Statistical, Ranger, and unidentified)
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 (Miscellaneous, Narcotics, Safety, Statistical, Ranger, and unidentified) 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 (Miscellaneous, Narcotics, Safety, Statistical, Ranger, and unidentified) 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 second groups of DPS photographs - Department of Public Safety Photographs (Education, Driver's License, and Headquarters), 1937-1965, undated and Department of Public Safety Photographs (Highway Patrol, Identification, and other divisions), 1937-1965, undated. If you are reading this in paper, the finding aids for the first and second 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.

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

Alteration made to description of single item by Rebecca Romanchuk, March 2012


Detailed Description of the Records

 

Department of Public Safety photographs (Miscellaneous, Narcotics, Safety, Statistical, Ranger, and unidentified), 1937-1965, undated,
part of 16 cubic ft.

Miscellaneous (or Main)
Box Folder
1983/112 M-1 Students from high school visiting Dept. Made in front of main entrance. May 9, 1938.
[8 x 10]
M-2 Negatives of pistol range at Laredo, Texas. Plans to be followed for Dept. range. April 12, 1938.
[3 1/4 x 4 1/4]
M-3 Negatives of pistol match. Wichita Falls, Texas. (Penington and Lawrence)
[3 1/4 x 4 1/4]
M-5 Negatives of M.C. Parrish Co. new office and group of employees. (OK by Capt. Dikes) May 9, 1938.
[8 x 10]
M-6 Flash negatives of Mrs. Hickerson and her granddaughter. Jan. 20, 1938
[4 x 5]
M-7 Negatives of A.E. Amos application for job with city of Austin as photographer. Made at request of Chief Thorpe. Jan. 26, 1938.
[4 x 5]
M-8 Negative of Ken McClure and wife visiting dept. May 28, 1938.
[4 x 5]
none For KNOW Operator
[8 x 10]
M-25 Negatives made from prints sent in by Capt. John Draper to be hung in patrol office in Dallas.
[5 x 6]
M-26 Negatives of Young Mens Business League visiting Dept. and having lunch. March 18, 1938.
[4 x 5]
M-29 Negatives of turn table to be used as model for building one similar for identification section. Aug. 4, 1938.
[4 x 5]
M-32 Negatives of Highway Dept. Exhibit. October 9, 1938.
[8 x 10]
M-35 Negatives of Col. Perrine for future use in newspapers.
[5 x 7]
M-38 Negatives of Pat Daniels and Sgt. Butler
[4 x 5]
M-40 Negatives of checks made payable to M.C. Parrish and Co. by Bonding Co. Jan. 12, 1939.
[8 x 10]
M-41 Negatives of various air views of grand canyon and coast guard plane, sent in by Bob Findlay, pilot for coast guard service. Feb. 15, 1939.
[8 x 10]
M-46 Negatives of decorations in home of Capt. Moffatt tea for Mary Nell Kilgo. April 1939.
[8 x 10] [4 x 5]
M-49 Negatives of Capt. Elliott and Bell and woman who donated the bell to the Dept. to be used on Capitol grounds and rung when traffic death occurs on highway. April 1939.
[4 x 5]
M-50 Negatives of a speed boat that the Dept. is planning on buying. May 30, 1939.
[4 x 5]
M-52 Portrait negatives of Robert (Bob) Fendlay, pilot for U.S.C.G. service, stationed at El Paso, Texas. Jan. 15, 1939.
[5 x 7]
M-55 Negatives to show angle is important in taking pictures. April 29, 1939
[8 x 10]
M-57 Negatives of Patrolman Jones giving J.O. McGuire artificial respiration made for publication in pamphlet. (Fowler) June 8, 1939.
[8 x 10]
M-60 Negatives of Major Phillips of Texas Highway Dept.
[4 x 5]
M-63 Negative of information sign to be used on information desks where needed.
[8 x 10]
M-66 Negatives of bloodhound certified pedigree "Ranger Boy." October 5, 1939.
[8 x 10]
M-68 Negatives of Highway Dept. display at Dallas fair. Made at request of Major Phillips. October 14, 1939.
[8 x 10]
M-75 Negative of engraving of Capitol dome on album cover presented to Gov. and Mrs. O'Daniel. Jan. 1, 1939.
[8 x 10]
M-79 Negative of group of C.C.C. boys from C.C. Camp at Bartlett, Texas picture made in front of dept. building. March 16, 1940.
[8 x 10]
M-87 Slide rule (L.G. Deats) 1939.
[9 3/4 x 5]
M-88 Paper negatives of communist letter copied for Wick Fowler. Aug. 1, 1940
[8 x 10]
M-92 Negatives of machine gun made for Averill of the federal lab. Feb. 1941
[8 x 10]
M-131 Negatives of U.S. Army Air Corps intelligence school for officers held at DPS Headquarters, Camp Mabry: Col. L.A. Dayton, Commanding: Feb. 1943 School Number Three. DPS Technical Laboratory instructors included in Group Shots.
[4 x 5] [8 x 10]
M-132 Negatives of U.S. Army Air Corps intelligence officers training school. Held at DPS Headquarters Camp Mabry. Col. Dayton, commanding: School Number One November 8, 1942.
[4 x 5] [8 x 10]
M-133 Copy negatives for Rep. Homer Leonard. One of Rep. Duncan Hughes, one of Homer Leonard and his brother. Sept. 1942.
[8 x 10]
M-145 Negatives of Wm. J. Lawson. Negatives made by Dan McCaskill at University Studio. 1943.
[5 x 7]
M-149 Negatives of El Paso County Sheriff's Dept. yearly report - multilith job. Jan. 1944.
[5 x 7]
M-153 Negative of Mr. Charlie Miller, Kerrville, Texas, copy, 1943.
[8 x 10]
M-154 Lt. Marion Johnson U.S. Marine Corp. Uniform Dec. 20, 1943.
[4 x 5]
M-155 Negatives of Freddie Perryman Adj. General's Dept. 1944.
[4 x 5]
M-156 Negative of Tibeau Tabor in Marine uniform. July 10, 1944.
[4 x 5]
M-157 Negatives of Tibeau Tabor and Marion Johnson before leaving to join U.S.M.C. 1942.
[4 x 5]
M-158 Negatives of Captain Royal G. Phillips wedding. 1942.
[4 x 5]
M-159 Negatives of Roy Wade. May 5, 1944.
[4 x 5]
M-160 Negatives of Victor Parker, Harris County Sheriff's office and Stanley McHarver, Hughes Tool Co. standing by Spectrograph and Comparison Microscope. October 11, 1944.
[4 x 5]
M-161 Negatives of Marion Johnson, in Marine uniform. 1944.
[4 x 5]
M-166 Negatives of Ellis County Sheriff Jess Carriker, dressed in T.S.G. uniform. Jan. 20, 1944.
[4 x 5]
M-183 Negative of Roy Fruth at his desk. 1946.
[4 x 5]
M-184 Negatives of fishing trip Buchanan Club House; FBI Inspector Quinn Tamm, George Carlson, Chief Fletcher, and Maurice Acers. Jan. 24, 1945.
[4 x 5]
M-185 Negatives of Sheriff H.W. Rip Collins, Sheriff Travis County. 10-10-45
[4 x 5]
M-186 Negative of Allen G. Falby's badge. October 27, 1945.
[5 x 7]
M-188 Negatives of Jess Carriker, Sheriff, Ellis County talking over telephone Feb. 25, 1946.
[4 x 5]
M-192 Group of officers attending Regional Conference, International Association of Chiefs of Police. Jan. 27, 1948.
[4 x 5]
M-193 Negative of DPS Exhibit Trailer. March 1948.
[4 x 5]
M-194 Negatives of Mr. and Mrs. Prager, with True Detective Magazine, talking to Captain Olson and George W. Lacy. 3-19-47.
[4 x 5]
M-195 Negatives of Gloria Elliott and Juanita's little cocker spaniel. Feb. 12, 1947.
[4 x 5]
M-195 Prints of First Highway Patrol School. Used at 20th Anniversary Banquet
[5 3/4 x 6]
M-202 Negatives of quartets at DPS Christmas program. 1947.
[4 x 5]
M-203 Negative of drawing "The Original Texas Cowpuncher," 1948.
[8 x 10]
M-204 Negatives of R.L. "Pop" Harkins cutting and the kitchen help at work. 1948.
[4 x 5]
M-205 Negatives of Sis Dickerson. Constable at Kilgore. June 29, 1948.
[4 x 5]
M-206 Negatives of Bill Harris and Griffin working on a barge for diving equipment. July 2, 1948.
[4 x 5]
M-207 Negative of THP car ('49 Ford) that was displayed at the Dallas State Fair. October 9-24, 1948.
[4 x 5]
M-208 Negatives of Allen Duckworth, "Pixicrat," being arrested by Rangers Tom Gallamore and Doyle Currington. October 25, 1948.
[4 x 5]
M-209 Negatives of party at the Austin Athletic Club sponsored by the Capitol Chapter of the TPEA. December 20, 1948.
[4 x 5]
M-210 Negative of Eddie Steinman Jr. for FCC application. 1949.
[4 x 5]
M-211 Negative of Billy Weir on stretcher. 1949.
[4 x 5]
M-213 Negatives of various scenes in and around Austin and Travis County and surrounding counties for Stacy Keach, author of the "Texas Rangers" Radio Program. January 1949.
[4 x 5]
M-215 Negatives of Madeline McElroy on "Riley Boy" January 1949.
[4 x 5]
M-216 Negatives of 4 THP cars. (49 Fords) January 1949.
[8 x 10]
M-217 Negatives of group of officers in the Camp Mabry Chapter of the TPEA. January 25, 1949.
[4 x 5]
M-218 Negatives of Peggy Newkirk boarding Braniff DC-4. January 19, 1949.
[4 x 5]
M-219 Negative of chart for computing flash exposures. Jan. 27, 1949.
[8 x 10]
M-220 Negatives of Col. Stovall and Mr. Sudsberry scraping snow with road scraper pulled behind truck. Jan. 30, 1949.
[4 x 5]
M-221 Negatives of Col. Garrison pinning badge on Audie Murphy while Capt. Olson, Mr. James Cherry and Sam Hanna watch. Feb. 15, 1949.
[4 x 5]
M-222 Copy negatives of party held in Ft. Worth. Among those present Col. Garrison, Chief Elliott, Don Lawrence, Capt. Jack Southerland, Capt. M.T. Gonzales, Roy Rogers, Jack Dempsey and Mr. Mattox. March 1949.
[3 1/2 x 5]
M-224 Negatives of Glen McLaughlin, Wallace Beasley, Rusty Gifford, and A.L. Barr. March 14, 1949.
[4 x 5]
M-225 Negatives of Truemon Stone, Clint Peoples, and Worth Seaman barbecuing chickens for Traffic Officers School. March 18, 1949.
[4 x 5] [3 1/4 x 4 1/4]
M-226 Negatives of Billy Peters to be used on cover of booklet "Child by Child We Build a Nation" March 23, 1949.
[4 x 5]
M-227 Negatives of the "Stump Jumpers" April 5, 1949.
[4 x 5]
M-228 Negatives of "The Masked Texan" April 11, 1949.
[4 x 5]
M-229 Negatives of Highway Post Office. Operating in a bus between Dallas and Denison. Pictures made by Patrolman John White. May 1949.
[4 x 5]
M-230 Negatives of Palo Duro Canyon at Amarillo. May 11, 1949.
[4 x 5]
M-231 Negative of Quinton Erickson of the Intelligence Bureau. May 11, 1949
[4 x 5]
M-232 Totem pole given to Texas airmen who served in the Canadian Air Force during World War II. June 9, 1949
M-233 Negative of Lee O. Meyer and Millard Gardner on motorcycles at TPA convention at the Rice Hotel, Houston. June 14, 1949.
[4 x 5]
M-234 Negative of eleven paddles or whipping tools allegedly used at the Gatesville Reformatory. Photographed for Mr. Logan. June 21, 1949.
[8 x 10]
M-235 Negatives of Governor Beauford Jester signing bill for new DPS Building while Col. Garrison, Chief Fletcher, Senator Taylor and Pierce Johnson look on. June 27, 1949.
[4 x 5]
M-236 Negatives of members of Boys Council posing with the Governor Shivers and being sworn in. July 26, 1949.
[4 x 5]
M-237 Negatives of Mrs. R.L. Harkins. July 15, 1949.
[4 x 5]
M-238 Negative of R.L. "Pop" Harkins. July 15, 1949.
[4 x 5]
M-240 Negatives of Earl Ray Ahlers and duck. August 1, 1949.
[4 x 5]
M-241 Negative of the U.S. Bureau of Narcotics display at Dallas during the I.A.C.P. Convention. Made for Al Raithal. Sept. 1949.
[4 x 5]
M-242 Negative of James Boutwell. September 6, 1949.
[4 x 5]
M-243 Negatives of the wife of the Hawaiian Chief of Police pinning orchids on Mrs. Carl Hanson and Mrs. Homer Garrison Jr. at I.A.C.P. convention in Dallas. September 10, 1949.
[4 x 5]
M-244 Negative of officers of the I.A.C.P.'s State and Provincial Section. September 10-12, 1949.
[4 x 5]
M-245 Negatives of the drum jack display by the Fred Fowler Co. of Dallas at the T.M.T.A. convention at Galveston. September 17, 1949.
[4 x 5]
M-246 Negatives of Alva Pruitt at the patrol shop holding a radiator full of bus. September 26, 1949.
[4 x 5]
M-247 Negatives of decals on THP cars showing that letters have run. 10-18-49.
[4 x 5]
M-248 Portrait (copy) negatives of Governor Allan Shivers
[8 x 10]
M-248 Copy negative of Gov. Shivers speaking at the Alamo.
[8 x 10]
M-248 Copy negatives of Gov. Allan Shivers at his desk.
[5 x 7]
M-248 Portrait negative of Gov. Shivers
[5 x 7]
M-248 Negative of Gov. Shivers at his desk. November 1949.
[4 x 5]
M-249 Negatives of TPEA (Camp Mabry Chapter) chile supper. October 27, 1949
[4 x 5]
M-250 Negatives of Sheriff Ernest Best's badge. December 8, 1949.
[5 x 7]
M-251 Negatives of V.T. Hamlin, creator of "Alley Oop," drawing Alley Oop in THP uniform. December 12, 1949.
[4 x 5]
M-252 Negatives of Martha Kuhlman, Joel Tisdale, and Capt. Basey of the Austin Fire Dept. with toys for underprivileged children. December 14, 1949.
[4 x 5]
M-253 Negatives of columns and entablature of First Baptist Church in Austin 1950.
[4 x 5]
M-255 Copy negative of "Blockade," 1950.
[8 x 10]
M-256 Negatives of Inspectors badge. 1950.
[5 x 7]
M-272 Copy negative of Albert Sidney Johnson. Speaker at the 11th Annual meeting of the Texas Safety Association. Feb. 8, 1950.
[5 x 7]
M-279 Negative of Communications 10-dash signals. March 1950.
[5 x 7]
M-280 Negative of TPEA Officials. May 9, 1950.
[4 x 5]
M-281 Negative of a group attending I.A.C.P. meeting at Austin. May 19, 1950
[8 x 10]
M-283 Copy negative of a drawing of Gen. Paul Wakefield by Kipp Saldwedel. July 26, 1950.
[8 x 10]
M-284 Negative of 2 highway signs that have been mutilated by shooting and marking. Brought in by Ranger Bennie Kreuger. July 27, 1950.
[8 x 10]
M-285 Negative of a picture of a "Home on the Range" in the early days. Taken from a magazine article. August 30, 1950.
[8 x 10]
M-286 Kodalith negative of a state map to be used in civil defense work. 1951.
[8 1/2 x 9 1/2]
M-287 Negative of a cartoon entitled "Gossip," 1951.
[8 x 10]
M-288 Kodalith negatives of signs "Gunn Collection" Trey Garrison and "Ranger Pistols" Director, DPS, 1951.
[5 x 10]
M-289 Kodalith negative of a diagram of the "Industrial Mutual Aid System" Texas City, Texas 1951.
[8 x 10]
M-290 Copy negatives of speakers at the annual meeting of the Texas Safety Association at San Antonio. 1951.
[8 x 10] [5 x 7]
M-291 Negatives of a cup of coffee and spoon illustrating the effects on metal of sublimates found in certain types of coffee. 1951
[5 x 7]
M-293 Negative of Kinzo Kimura, Japanese police lab technician, being shown the polygraph by Dee Wheeler. Feb. 5, 1951.
[4 x 5]
[Note: DPS staff used the term "Jap" on the original envelope holding this negative.]
M-294 Negatives of a copper plaque of a Chaparral bird holding a rat in its beak and snake in its claws. Made by Patrolmen John White of Dallas. February 8, 1951.
[8 x 10] [4 x 5]
M-295 Negatives of Lt. Ludwig and Sgt. Biggerstaff of the Austin P.D. February 27, 1951.
[4 x 5]
M-296 Negatives of DPS bowling teams. March 15, 1951.
[4 x 5]
M-297 Negatives of the Temple P.D. annual party. March 30, 1951.
[4 x 5]
M-300 Negatives of a group at the Texas State Guard meeting. Communications Div. April 15, 1951.
[4 x 5]
M-302 Prints of the State Health Director, Dr. Cox, presenting a check to Senator of Cuero. April 25, 1951.
[8 x 10]
M-303 Negatives of the electric chair and "Death Row" in the State Penitentiary at Huntsville. June 11, 1951.
[8 x 10]
M-304 Copy negative of a drawing "Mare and Colt" June 11, 1951.
[8 x 10]
M-307 Negative of Charles Farrow Jr, August 28, 1951.
[4 x 5]
M-308 Negative of Jim Boutwell. August 28, 1951.
[4 x 5]
M-309 Negatives of Jim Boutwell. September 11, 1951.
[4 x 5]
M-310 Negatives of TB X-Ray unit at Camp Mabry. October 1951.
[4 x 5]
M-312 Negatives of five NATB men made at Dallas during an Auto Theft Conference. November 21, 1951.
[4 x 5]
M-313 Negatives of the Adj. General, Post Engineers, and maintenance personnel at Camp Mabry. December 3, 1951.
[8 x 10]
M-314 Negatives of Paul Sain in uniform. December 18, 1955.
[4 x 5]
M-316 Prints of variety show at the Austin Civic Theatre. Jan. 11, 1952.
[4 x 5]
M-217 Negatives of DPS Safety Exhibit at Mineral Wells. Jan. 27, 1952.
[4 x 5]
M-318 Negative of DPS badge. Feb. 14, 1952.
[4 x 5]
M-320 Negatives of new TPEA officers for 1952-'53. Feb. 27, 1952.
[4 x 5]
M-321 Negative of Olin Adams, Clyde Houseman, and Bill Harris.
[3 1/4 x 4 1/4]
M-321 Negative of Clyde Houseman, March 4, 1952.
[3 1/4 x 4 1/4]
M-322 Negatives of different parts of displays to be used as ideas for future exhibits. March 10, 1952.
[4 x 5]
M-323 Negatives of a drawing of the human skeleton. May 9, 1952.
[5 x 7]
M-324 Negatives of route of the radio conduit in a '52 Ford. May 9, 1952.
[4 x 5]
M-325 Copy negative of Dorothy Lamour and German Police Officers who were visiting the U.S.A. May 15, 1952.
[8 x 10]
M-326 Negatives of officers at Hill Country Peace Officers Assn. meeting at Kerrville. 1 neg. of entire group and 1 neg of (1 to r) Walter Moss, and Bill Edge. May 20, 1952.
[4 x 5]
M-328 Copy negatives of the prison call where Sam Smithwick died. 6-26-52.
[8 x 10]
M-329 Negatives of a drawing showing how an automobile air-conditioner works. July 24, 1952.
[8 x 10]
[The following file has been restored to its proper location 3/1996]
M-232 Negatives and ektacolor transparency of totem pole given to Texas airmen who served in Canadian Air Force during World War II. June 9, 1949.
[8 x 10] [8 x 10]
M-333 Negatives of Sheriff's Convention at El Paso. September 16-18, 1952.
[4 x 5]
M-333 Negatives of DPS Safety Exhibit in Beaumont. November 20, 1952.
[4 x 5]
M-334 Negatives of the DPS Safety Exhibit at Nacogdoches. Oct. 1, 1952.
[3 1/4 x 4 1/4]
M-335 Negatives of Col. Phillips pinning emblem on Governor Shivers while Woody Woerner and Lewis Berry watch. October 14, 1952.
[4 x 5]
M-336 Negatives of the corner stones of LCRA Bldg., Travis County Courthouse, and the Federal Bldg. October 30, 1952.
[4 x 5]
M-337 Negatives of pipes in boiler room before they were insulated. November 19, 1952.
[4 x 5]
M-339 Negative of Chief Odom holding some of the toys donated in the TPEA Christmas toy drive in cooperation with the Austin Jaycees. December 10, 1952.
[4 x 5]
M-342 Negatives of the inauguration of Gov. Shivers. Jan. 20, 1953.
[4 x 5]
M-344 Negatives of officials of the DPS Chapter of the TPEA. April 9, 1953.
[4 x 5]
M-345 Negatives of Mr. J. O. Musick. Director of the Texas Safety Assn. May 3, 1953.
[5 x 7]
M-351 Negatives of a portrait of Gov. Allan Shivers. January 1953.
[8 x 10] [5 x 7]
M-352 Copy negative of Gov. Allan Shivers "Rolling his own." January 1953.
[8 x 10]
M-353 Copy negative of portrait of Lt. Gov. Ben Ramsey. June 15, 1953.
[8 x 10]
M-354 Negatives of DPS Chapter of the TPEA enjoying barbecue at the Bill Creek Lodges. July 29, 1953.
[4 x 5]
M-356 Negatives of the East Texas Peace Officers Assn. Convention at Lufkin. August 25, 1953.
[4 x 5]
M-357 Negative of the poem "Don't Quit," September 14, 1953.
[8 x 10]
M-358 Prints of plane crash near Georgetown, Texas October 26, 1953.
[8 x 10]
M-359 Negatives and ektachrome transparencies of the dedication of Falcon Dam on the Rio Grande by the U.S. and Mexican president. October 16-19, 1953.
[4 x 5]
M-360 Negatives of Bill Harris and N.C. Pugh of the M.V.I. September 21, 1953
[4 x 5]
M-361 Negatives of the Hill Country Peace Officers meeting held at the "Take It Easy" Ranch. April 6, 1954.
[4 x 5]
M-362 Negative of film pact developing hangers. May 12, 1954.
[8 x 10]
M-363 Negatives of Bull Creek Lodges and proprietor Dudly Patrick Prade. May 19, 1954
[4 x 5]
M-364 Negatives of depth of field chart, focusing chart, and photo data sheet copied from Traffic Accident Investigators Manual. May 21, 1954
[8 x 10] [5 x 7]
M-365 Negative (copy) of Gov. Allan Shivers at desk holding pipe. Aug. 18, 1954.
[8 x 10]
M-367 Negatives of the 1953 Traffic Death Map. August 16, 1954.
[8 x 10]
M-369 Negatives of symbols on front of DPS Building. September 1954.
[4 x 5]
M-370 Copy negative of Gov. Allan Shivers' portrait. Sept. 16, 1954.
[8 x 10]
M-371 Negatives of Sheriff's convention at Corpus Christi. Sept. 27-29, 1954
[4 x 5]
M-374 Negatives of Civil Defense group's meeting. August 13, 1954.
[4 x 5]
M-376 Negatives of opium pipe. November 17, 1954.
[4 x 5]
M-377 Negatives of burglary tools and personal effects in possession of suspects. November 23, 1954.
[4 x 5]
M-378 Negative of Ben Parrish of Parrish Loan Co. November 1954.
[4 x 5]
M-379 Negatives of Governor Hardeman when he was governor for a day. December 3, 1954.
[4 x 5]
M-380 Negatives of Safety Plaque being presented to Gov. Shivers by Don Hill. 1 to r: Col. Garrison, Don Hill, Gov. Shivers, and Mr. Roper. December 16, 1954.
[4 x 5]
M-380 Negatives of Safety Plaque being presented to Gov. Shivers by Don Hill. 1 to r: Col. Garrison, Don Hill, Gov. Shivers, and Mr. Roper. December 16, 1954.
[4 x 5]
M-382 Negatives of parade and inauguration ceremonies for Gov. Allan Shivers 3rd term. January 18, 1955.
[4 x 5]
M-385 Negative of Gov. Shivers and family on stairway in the Governor's mansion. (copy) February 8, 1955.
[8 x 10] [5 x 7]
M-388 Negatives of equipment and lecture room of the Calvin Co. at Kansas City, Mo. March 21-23, 1955.
[4 x 5]
M-389 Ektachrome transparencies of workmen applying green tint to foyer glass. March 1954.
[4 x 5]
M-390 Negatives of Little Creek Hotel in Harlingen. May 1955.
[4 x 5]
M-391 Negatives of Col. Garrison meeting a Bluebonnet Girl from Lufkin. May 10, 1955.
[4 x 5]
M-392 Negatives of Fowler's "Green Shores" and the "Commodore," May 17, 195
[4 x 5]
M-396 Negatives of Mr. Conelis Els, administrative assistant to the commissioner of Police of the Union of South Africa, talking to Chief Woerner of the Statistical Div. May 23, 1955.
[4 x 5]
M-397 Copy negative of a portrait of Gov. Allan Shivers. July 6, 1955.
[8 x 10]
M-398 Negatives of aerial shots around Austin. August 15, 1955.
[4 x 5]
M-399 Copy negatives of a portrait of Gov. Shivers. September 8, 1955.
[8 x 10] [5 x 7] [1 1/2 x 2]
M-403 Negatives of a Japanese rifle that was blown up by an overload. January 12, 1956.
[8 x 10]
M-404 Negatives of airplane crash about a mile east of the mausoleum, on the farm of Albert Wieland. Fatal to Ramond and Carol Wieland. January 29, 1956.
[4 x 5] [2 1/4 x 3 1/4]
M-405 Negatives of the Women's Business Club held in the DPS coffee shop. January 24, 1956.
[4 x 5]
M-409 Negative of Jerry Holland (Jerrie), the WPEA secretary, wearing a special corsage. Feb. 16, 1956.
[4 x 5]
M-410 Portrait negatives of H.M. DeGlandon. Feb. 27, 1956.
[5 x 7]
M-411 Negatives of John McAlexander, Safety Engineer of the American General Life Ins. Co. April 5, 1956.
[4 x 5]
M-415 Negatives of a building at 14th and San Antonio Streets that is to moved. Made for State Building Commission. August 3, 1956
[4 x 5]
M-416 Negatives of the Stump Jumpers at I.A.C.P. convention at Dallas. September 11, 1949.
[4 x 5]
M-420 Negatives of Sheriff Jim Flouronoy and T.O. Lang at the office of the Sheriff's Association. November 15, 1956.
[4 x 5]
M-422 Copy negatives of men who robbed a train in 1912 at Sanderson, Texas.
[4 x 5]
M-422 Men killed by officers. Copied December 18, 1956.
[5 x 7]
M-423 Negatives of buildings involved in condemnation suits. Made for the State Building Commission. January 10, 1957.
[4 x 5]
M-428 Negatives of visitors in PIO. March 22, 1957.
[4 x 5]
M-429 Negatives of the annual convention of the Texas Safety Association and Texas Safety Engineers. March 24 and 25, 1957.
[4 x 5]
M-430 Negatives of Gov. Daniel signing a document proclaiming the week of April 22 as DPS appreciation week. Watching are Col. Garrison, Bob Kerobeville, and Paul Files. April 8, 1957.
[4 x 5]
M-432 Negatives of flooded highway 950 from Garwood to Eagle Lake, Texas April 1957.
[4 x 5]
M-434 Copy negative of Kodak's color filter data. Copied May 8, 1957.
[2 1/4 x 3 1/4]
M-435 Negatives of Mansfield Dam, Inks Dam, Buchanan Dam, and parts of Lake Travis. May 16, 1957.
[4 x 5]
M-436 Negatives of real estate for State Building Commission. 9-20-57.
[4 x 5]
M-437 Negatives of Highway Dept. truck carrying Isotope used in photographing oil wells. 8-15-57.
[4 x 5]
M-442 Negatives of Tyler Police Chief Duncan C. Butler receiving Lt. Col. Commission in Texas State Guard Reserve Corp. Col. Royal Phillips and Lewis Berry looking on. 2-12-58.
[4 x 5]
M-443 Negatives of activities at Texas Police Assn. 1957 meeting in Brownsville. June 10-12, 1957.
[4 x 5]
M-444 Portrait negatives of Dixie Carmichael. Feb. 27, 1956.
[4 x 5]
M-445 Negatives of Award Banquet for District Attorneys and Sheriffs by Attorney General's Conference on Law Enforcement. 3-11-58
[4 x 5]
M-446 Copy negative of Gov. Price Daniel and family in front of mansion and copy negative of Mrs. Price Daniel.
[8 x 10] [5 x 7]
M-448 Negatives of titles and DPS address for recruit movie. 1958.
[8 x 10]
M-449 Negatives of cartridge holder for Sam Brown belts. 1958.
[4 x 5]
M-450 Negatives of DPS ball game. May 21, 1958.
[4 x 5]
M-451 Negatives of East German Scouts. August 1, 1958.
[4 x 5]
M-452 Negatives of school crossing for (Cecil Hill) 9-1958.
[4 x 5]
M-453 Copy negative of map showing New Mexico, Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana and Mississippi, 9-16-1958.
[7 x 10]
M-455 Negatives of Traffic Death Map (Cecil Hill) 11-58
[8 x 10]
M-459 Negatives of "MATT", 1-31-59
[4 x 5]
M-460 Negatives of truck carrying boiler weighing 205,000 lbs. 3-18-59.
[4 x 5]
M-463 Kodalith negatives and prints of Seal of Confederate States of America. Copied for Bldg. Commission 7-6-59.
[8 x 10]
M-464 Negatives of door off "[cannonball] safe" found in Colorado River. 1959.
[4 x 5]
M-465 Negative - S.O. boat passing through driftwood in Lake Travis where Sandy Creek enters. Octo. 1959.
[4 x 5]
M-466 Negatives of copter crash. 8-19-59
[4 x 5]
M-468 Prints (100)
[4 x 5]
M-468 Prints (50)
[5 x 7]
M-468 Prints (100)
[8 x 10]
M-468 Prints, 1-13-60
M-468 50 prints also negs.
[5 x 7]
M-468 100
[5 x 7]
M-469 Negatives of Jimmy Morris presenting shoe fund money to Capt. McClure of Salvation Army. Col. Garrison watching. 12-21-59
[4 x 5]
Narcotics
Box Folder
1983/112 N-1 Copy negatives of marihuana and marihuana cigarettes. 8-26-38.
[8 x 10]
N-2 Negatives of Capt. Rex Fowler, of Austin Police Dept. studying marihuana plant in Dept. flower bed. July 1938.
[4 x 5]
N-3 Flash negative of Narcotic Section with Mrs. Stockton, Leo Baldwin, Gen. Hutchings and Capt. Wheaten. July 28, 1938.
[8 x 10]
N-4 Negatives of marihuana raids Milam Co., Texas. These negatives made by Wick Fowler for Narcotic Section. Aug. 22, 1938.
[3 1/4 x 4 1/4]
N-5 Negatives of house and etc.. made at Rockdale to be used in trial narcotic case by Leo Baldwin. (Made by Perryman). Oct. 6, 1938.
[4 x 5]
N-6 Negatives of victim of marihuana poison: copied Oct. 21, 1938.
[5 x 7]
N-7 Negatives of bloody footprints taken for Leo Baldwin on sidewalk between Sabine St. and East Ave. on East 7th St. at 4:10 P.M. on Nov. 28, 1938
[4 x 5]
N-8 Negative of marihuana field being plowed up.
[8 x 10]
N-9 Negative of several peace officers and marihuana stalks, copy picture. Copied Aug. 22, 1939.
[8 x 10]
N-10 Negatives of Chief W.E. “Dub” Naylor. July 1, 1954.
[5 x 7]
N-11 Negatives of four suspects in narcotics case. Also Capt. Peoples Dudley White, and patrolmen Paul Allen and Johnny Krumnow. Aug. 25, 1954.
[4 x 5]
N-12 Negatives of the steps in preparing and shooting heroin and in preparing and smoking opium. Nov. 1954.
[8 x 10]
N-13 Negatives of a small marihuana leaf greatly enlarged. March 18, 1958.
[5 x 7]
N-14 Negatives of the exhibit on narcotics. March 30, 1955.
[8 x 10]
N-15 Negatives of the eyes of a Negro man who is under the influence of marihuana. May 3, 1955.
[4 x 5]
N-16 Negatives of a sore on Chief Naylor's leg. July 20, 1955.
[4 x 5]
N-17 Negatives of the first men in the new Narcotics Section. l to r: (standing by marihuana bush) Bob Richards, Buddy Hendricks, Chief Naylor, and Joe Kinser. August 10, 1955.
[4 x 5]
N-18 Negatives of the agents of the Narcotic Section. Sept. 7, 1955.
[4 x 5]
N-19 Negatives of narcotics rolled in newspaper and smuggled into Huntsville State Prison. Sept. 21, 1955.
[8 x 10]
N-20 Negatives of narcotics in plastic bag taped to newspaper. Sept. 24, 1955
[8 x 10]
N-21 Negatives of a raid on dope addicts of San Antonio. Nov. 26, 1955.
[4 x 5]
N-22 Negatives of the eyes of Mexican man and woman dope addicts. 1-5-56.
[4 x 5]
N-23 Negative of Joel Johnson. 2-10-56.
[5 x 7]
N-23-A Negative of Bob Richards. 2-10-1956.
[5 x 7]
N-24 Portrait negatives of Chief W.E. “Dub” Naylor. 2-27-56.
[5 x 7]
N-25 Negatives of a raid on narcotics users and sellers. Ft. Worth. July 2, 1956.
[4 x 5]
N-26 Negatives of narcotics raid in San Antonio. July 13-14, 1956.
[3 1/4 x 4 1/4]
N-27 Negatives of a raid on narcotics users and sellers in Waco. September 21, 1956.
[4 x 5]
N-28 Negatives of various narcotics scattered on table. March 13, 1957.
[4 x 5]
N-29 Negatives of a shot of dope being given with various narcotics spread on table. April 4, 1957.
[4 x 5]
N-30 Negative of 2 narcotic addicts after taking the cure. 10-21-57.
[4 x 5]
N-31 Negative of Dub Naylor at desk. 11-18-57.
[4 x 5]
N-32 Negatives of San Antonio narcotics raid. 2-8-58.
[4 x 5]
N-33 Ektacolor type S of narcotic being injected in arm.
[4 x 5]
N-34 Negative of Dub Naylor. 10-28-58.
[4 x 5]
N-35 Negatives of narcotic raid on dope pushers. San Antonio, Texas 10-3-58.
[4 x 5]
N-36 Negatives of narcotic raid in Kingsville, Texas. 11-14-58.
[4 x 5]
N-37 Negatives of Brownsville narcotic raid. 12-12-58.
[4 x 5]
N-38 Negatives of Austin narcotics raid. 2-25-59.
[4 x 5]
N-39 Negatives of narcotic raid in San Antonio. 3-25-59.
[4 x 5]
N-40 Negatives of addicts in Laredo. 6-20-59.
[3 x 5]
N-41 Negatives of LaVerne Roundtree holding dog with narcotic agents. July 1959.
[4 x 5]
N-42 Negatives of Dub Naylor and Ann Soto. 8-59.
[4 x 5]
N-43 Negative - Marihuana leaf description.
[4 x 5]
Safety
Box Folder
1983/112 S-1 Photographs of wreck victims picked up near Dallas on highway. Sent in by Jim Line.
[8 x 10]
S-2 Joe Tisdale wrecked car.
[4 x 5]
S-3 Copies of auto wrecks near Corpus Christi.
[4 x 5]
S-4 Copy negatives of Patrol Safety lane held in Corpus Christi. Oct. 8, 1937.
[8 x 10]
S-5 Negatives of First Aid Training School for advanced officers, including city police and fireman. December 2, 1937.
[8 x 10]
S-6 Negatives of traffic safety lane operated jointly by city and state. San Jacinto Blvd. Dec. 6, 1937.
[8 x 10]
S-7 Safety hints and demonstrations on administrations of first aid, and group picture of first aid school. December 10, 1937.
[8 x 10]
S-8 Flashes of Capt. George Schauer for publication. December 30, 1937.
[4 x 5]
S-9 Negatives of Capt. Schauer.
[4 x 5]
S-10 Negatives and prints of wrecked cars.
[5 x 7]
S-11 Group pictures of Austin Street Car motormen receiving cash bonus from company for safe driving. Jan. 28, 1938.
[8 x 10]
S-12 Views of wrecked cars where C.K. Krueger was injured and Tom Rowley injured. Jan. 29, 1938.
[8 x 10]
S-13 Negative of map of flow of traffic in Houston, made for Capt. Garrison. Jan. 31, 1938.
[5 x 7]
S-14 Flash of miniature highways and traffic made by C.C.C. Camp, Bartlett, Texas. Feb. 9, 1938.
[8 x 10]
S-15 Shots of Capt. George Schauer and Ross Dickey in safety talk over radio station KNOW from stage of Capitol Theater.
[4 x 5]
S-16 Copy negatives of school buses - safe and unsafe - copies for Safety Division. March 15, 1938.
[4 x 5]
S-17 CCC Boys taking Safety Examination given them by Safety and Drivers Lic. Div. April 20, 1938.
[8 x 10]
S-18 Negatives of sample safety windshield sticker for cars that have passed the safety lane test. April 22, 1938.
[4 x 5]
S-19 Copy negatives of wreck scenes for Safety Division. April 25, 1938.
[5 x 7]
S-20 Drunk tester for Safety Division. May 10, 1938.
[4 x 5]
S-21 Negatives of wrecked cars in which Eric Swenson was killed just outside of Austin city limits on the Oak Hill highway. Negatives made by Joe Thompson. May 28, 1938.
[4 x 5]
S-22 Prints and negatives of wreck scenes. June 1938.
[8 x 10]
S-23 Wreck of government truck and automobile made by request of Major Taylor. June 1938.
[8 x 10]
S-25 Patrolmen standing on post with sky as background and holding little boy in arms, who has been hit by a car.
[4 x 5]
S-24 Various Dept. pictures to be carried to different schools etc. Returned by Capt. Schauer. June 1938.
[8 x 10]
S-25 Action shots of patrolmen on motorcycles. June 10, 1938.
[4 x 5]
S-26 Negatives (flashes and ext.) of parade etc. at state safety convention held in Ft. Worth, Texas. June 15, 1938.
[4 x 5]
S-27 Copy negatives of horrid pictures of traffic accidents. Display for Safety Division. March 18, 1938.
[6 x 7]
S-28 Negatives of child running out into street in front of car and lying in front of car after being hit. June 10, 1938.
[4 x 5]
S-29 Scenes of wrecked cars and victims made by Austin Police Dept. photographer.
[no negatives, do not dispose of prints]
S-30 Negative of wrecked car which (1937 Ford) plunged into deep hole of water. Copied July 28, 1938.
[8 x 10]
S-31 Negatives of safety lane equipment in use by Safety Division. (Star Telegram Roto Section) Sixth Training School. April 28, 1938.
[4 x 5]
S-32 Safety floats made by Highway Dept. and used in American Legion parade Aug. 29, 1938.
[8 x 10]
S-33 Negatives of American Legion Parade, mostly Safety Sections and various floats. Aug. 30, 1938.
[4 x 5]
S-34 Negative of map of Dallas showing fatal accidents first six months of year 1938. Sept. 15, 1938.
[8 x 10]
S-35 Negatives of Highways of Miss.; showing bridges and improvements which have been made in the last few years. Sept. 16, 1938.
[8 x 10]
S-36 Negatives of Chief Thorp pinning safety banner on bumper of car in Safety Drive. Oct. 12, 1938.
[4 x 5]
S-37 Negatives of Safety Council Drive on Safety. One of court judges and one of Capt. Smith pinning arm band on Patrolman. Oct. 13, 1938.
[8 x 10]
S-38 Flash negatives of Dept. of Public Safety and Highway Dept. Exhibit at Dallas Fair. Oct. 9,10, 1938.
[8 x 10]
S-39 Negatives of Safety Radio Program broadcast from street in front of Austin Hotel. Oct. 10, 1938.
[4 x 5]
S-40 Negatives of "Safety Sally" a new school crossing sign. Sponsored by the 20-30 club.
[4 x 5]
S-41 Negative of two wrecked cars. Sent in by Capt. Draper.
[5 x 7]
S-42 Negative of the three arm signals used by the Safety Division.
[3 x 5]
S-43 Negatives of safety hints. Taken for Wick Fowler.
[4 x 5]
S-44 Negatives of Safety Lane Broadcast and officials.
[4 x 5]
S-46 Negatives of wreck of San Antonio Highway four miles North of Kyle, Texas. December 22, 1938.
[4 x 5]
S-47 Negative of 1938 spot map for Capt. Moffate. March 15, 1939.
[8 x 10]
S-48 Negatives of Capt. Albright and his little boy examining bicycle to be used by Safety Division on book cover. April 30, 1939.
[3 1/4 x 4 1/4]
S-49 Negatives of parade floats used in San Antonio Battle of Flowers parade to be used for safety float ideas. April 21, 1939.
[4 x 5]
S-50 Copy negatives of two Negroes killed in wreck near cemetery, both lying on ground by truck. June 10, 1939.
[4 x 5]
S-51 Negatives of National Guard boys to be used by Woerner in accident display. Sept. 26, 1939.
[4 x 5]
S-52 Negative of an accident report used by Woerner at Dallas Fair display. Sept. 27, 1939.
[8 x 10]
S-53 Negatives of wreck scene and cars belonging to Mr. McFarland and Lester Riggs. Accident occurred about one mile north of Leander. Oct. 2, 1939.
[8 x 10]
S-54 Negative of Amarillo showing accidents and etc. Sept. 1939.
[8 x 10]
S-55 Wreck scene at Coupland where 1937 Ford coach failed to make curve and run through blacksmith shop. Patrolmen Gallamore and Cearley on call. Sept. 16, 1939.
[8 x 10]
S-56 Copy negative of wrecked truck-car and man's hand can be seen under the truck. Sept. 1939.
[8 x 10]
S-57 Flash negatives of hit-run victim identified as Emory Hamby, killed by hit-run driver 4600 block Georgetown Road. October 1939.
[4 x 5]
S-58 Negatives of truck wreck on bridge, Cameron Road about six miles northeast of Austin, truck was overloaded and condemned bridge collapsed. December 1939.
[4 x 5]
S-59 Negatives of broadcast over T.S.N. from Governor Office-School children safety week by proclamation of Gov. O'Daniel. October 30, 1939.
[4 x 5]
S-60 Negatives of 20-30 Club and Their Safety Saillies which they are sponsoring in Austin. Chief Thorp, Canera also in Picture. Nov. 3, 1939.
[4 x 5]
S-61 Negatives of street car-truck accident 1900 block East First Street. Also negatives of Jefferson David Pinchard who was killed while riding as a passenger on street car. Made at request of Capt. Rogers. November 8, 1939.
[8 x 10] [4 x 5]
S-62 Negatives of Capt. George Schauer at his desk with and without Cap. Jan. 1940.
[8 x 10]
S-63 Negatives of wrecked Mercury Coupe turned over and burned on San Antonio Highway about four miles South of Austin. Jan. 1940.
[4 x 5]
S-64 Negatives of truck wreck on highway near Fredericksburg. Two people killed. Feb. 10, 1940.
[4 x 5]
S-65 Negatives of train truck accident near Alamo, Texas in which 29 Mexican(-American)s were killed. March 14, 1940
[2 1/4 x 3 1/4]
[Note: (-American) was added by State Archives staff to the original title provided by DPS to clarify that some accident victims may not have been Mexican citizens, but rather legal U.S. citizens of Hispanic descent.]
S-65 Negatives made from prints loaned this Dept. by photographer Brad Smith of Weslaco, Texas. Sept. 30, 1942.
[8 x 10]
S-66 Negatives of scene showing street intersection where Pat O'Daniel hit little girl on bicycle. October 26, 1940.
[8 x 10]
S-67 Negatives of wrecked car and 7-Up Bottling Co. truck collided on Dallas Highway 7 miles out of Austin. Negatives of truck made at Taylor, car photos made by Fullerton, Piland and Elliott garage. ca. Oct. 3, 1940.
[4 x 5]
S-68 Negatives of wrecked Oldsmobile collided with truck on Williamson Creek bridge, San Antonio Highway. November 23, 1940.
[4 x 5]
S-70 Negatives of Mr. Jud James stepping out into street from between two parked cars. used for 16 foot display at Dallas Fair. Oct. 1940.
[8 x 10]
S-71 Duplicate negatives wreck between Temple and Waco. March 22, 1940.
[4 x 5]
S-72 Wreck near Bastrop. Feb. 9, 1941
[3 x 5]
S-73 Negatives of wrecks including snapshots of accident scene where Glen Lee Orchestra truck collided with La Salle Sedan 8 miles south of Austin Highway 81. 1937.
[4 x 5] [5 x 7]
S-74 Negative of bronze plaque presented to DPS by National Safety Council. Jan. 1945.
[5 x 7]
S-75 Negatives of Hit-run accident scene near Thorndale: Negs. made by Chief Fletcher; 1944.
[4 x 5]
S-76 Negatives of wrecked 38 Ford and truck on Highway #9 approx. 9 miles out of Corpus Christi, prelude to hurricane: Aug. 26, 1945.
[4 x 5]
S-77 Negatives of accident scene and a 1932 Ford coach and a 1941? army Dodge Hospital carryall: owned and operated by State Health Dept. October 8, 1945.
[8 x 10]
S-78 Negatives of automobile accelerator showing it mashed to the floorboard Oct. 26, 1945.
[4 x 5]
S-79 Negatives of driver signals. Highway markers, hand signals and etc. used for making lantern slides for traffic safety lecture: Capt. Musick: Jan. 8, 1946.
[3 1/4 x 4]
S-80 Negatives of boy lying in street with his bicycle beside him: Ostensibly been hit by an automobile: 1946.
[4 x 5]
S-90 Negatives of wrecked 1942 fleetline Chevrolet sedan. DPS Equipment driven by Capt. Olson: Hit-by a 6 wheel truck near Round Rock, Texas 1946.
[4 x 5] [8 x 10]
S-91 Negatives of wreck scene on Highway 75 near Farris, Texas: Photos made by Sgt. Don Lawrence: one of the wreck victims lost his artificial foot: June 1946.
[4 x 5]
S-92 Negatives of accident scene where Judge Weaver Baker was killed. Highway 29, north of Austin: Sept. 23, 1946.
[518]
S-93 Negatives of Sgt. Tom Laww making a traffic count at 24th and Lamar. 1949.
[4 x 5]
S-94 Negatives of the Texas Safety Association meeting in Houston at the Rice Hotel. March 9 and 10, 1949.
[4 x 5]
S-95 Negatives of automobile drivers hand signals. March 21, 1949.
[4 x 5]
S-96 Negatives of Driver Training Program in the city schools. Jan. 25, 1950
[4 x 5]
S-97 Negatives of Capt. J.B. Carlisle sitting at his desk. April 13, 1950.
[4 x 5]
S-98 Copy negative of boys being instructed on automobile motor. For Lewis Berry. October 13, 1952.
[5 x 7]
S-99 Negatives of a Texas map showing field trips made by the Safety Section in 1951 and 1952. October 22, 1952.
[8 x 10]
S-100 Negatives of Safety Officers Conference. February 10, 1953.
[8 x 10]
S-101 Negatives of Traffic Death Map for 1952. March 11, 1953.
[8 x 10]
S-102 Ektachrome transparency of Sgt. Ziessel modeling the THP uniforms. Sept. 4, 1953.
[4 x 5]
S-103 Negatives of a traffic problem outlined on the magnetic blackboard. September 21, 1953.
[4 x 5]
S-104 Negatives of the Texas Highway Patrol's Fleet Safety Program Exhibit. September 24, 1953.
[4 x 5]
S-105 Negative of Sgt. Miller. November 6, 1953.
[4 x 5]
S-106 Negatives of Sgt. Ziessel. November 9, 1953.
[4 x 5]
S-107 Negative of a drawing used to show the route of alcohol through the body and the areas of the brain that certain concentrations of alcohol affect. January 14, 1954.
[8 x 10]
S-108 Negative of the Fleet Safety Program's "Driver Honor Roll." January 18, 1954.
[8 x 10]
S-109 Negative of Safety Officers testing the radar speed meter. January 20, 1954.
[4 x 5]
S-110 Copy negative of woman behind the steering wheel screaming. October 17, 1954.
[8 x 10]
S-111 Negatives of front and back of radar warning sign. (portable) November 12, 1954.
[4 x 5]
S-112 Negative of patrolmen who attended a two day safety meeting. March 3, 1958.
[8 x 10]
S-113 Negatives of a driver being tested on the "Driver Reaction" machine by Sgt. Ziessel. March 12, 1955.
[4 x 5]
S-114 Negative of a Texas map showing the patrolmen we have and the patrolmen we need.
[8 x 10]
S-115 Negatives of Safety award being presented to the Abilene District. October 27, 1955.
[4 x 5]
S-116 Negatives of a flannel board prepared by Safety Section. March 21, 1956
[4 x 5]
S-117 Negatives of a flannel board poster showing state law enforcement vehicle speeds, fatal accidents on state and federal rural highways. March 29, 1956.
[4 x 5]
S-118 Ektachrome transparencies of "dont's" of traffic. May 16, 1956.
[35mm]
S-119 Negatives of a truck that was carrying a load of onions and ran off a bridge on the Dallas Highway. August 18, 1956.
[4 x 5]
S-120 Negatives of accident in which Canady's car was wrecked while it was in his driveway. 9-21-57.
[4 x 5]
S-121 Negatives of traffic violations running stop signs, passing in "no-passing zone," and speeding. 12-4-57.
[4 x 5]
S-122 Negatives of Sgt. Zeissel, Safety Section.
[5 x 7]
S-123 Negatives of bicycle safety. March 1958.
[4 x 5]
S-124 Negatives and 14 prints of wreck on Highway 183 south near Onion Creek. 7-6-58
[4 x 5]
S-125 Negatives of safety features of 1957 and 1958 model cars. August 1958
[4 x 5]
S-126 Negatives of auto accident on Burleson Road, Austin. 1958.
[4 x 5]
S-127 Negatives of 9 year safe driving award pin by National Safety Council. 10-21-58.
[5 x 7]
S-128 Negatives of auto accident 2 miles from city limit on Bee Caves Road. 11-51-58
[4 x 5]
S-129 Negatives of the "95" predicted to die over holidays. December 1958.
[4 x 5]
S-130 Negatives of Safety Awards given to Region IV, Midland and Region VI, Waco. December 1958.
[8 x 10]
S-131 Negatives of "Will you be Santa's helper?" December 1959.
[4 x 5] [5 x 7]
S-132 Negatives of Safety's Sake - Billboard
[4 x 5]
S-133 Negatives of car parked straddled line. 5-24-60.
[4 x 5]
S-134 Patrolman Bill Tate presenting plaque to School Bus Driver Gus Grant. 5-24-63.
[4 x 5]
S-135 Negatives - Publicity shots for Driver Education TV series. 2-16-63
[4 x 5]
S-136 Negatives of speed limit signs. 1963.
[2 x 2] [4 x 5]
S-137 Negatives of bus driver's award presented to Jimmie D. Williams, driver Lockhart school bus. 5-8-64.
[4 x 5]
S-138 Negatives of school bus driver Johnnie Richards and award (also 1 print) 6-1-65
[4 x 5]
Statistical
Box Folder
1983/112 ST-1 Negatives of the IBM room. August 8, 1954.
[8 x 10]
ST-2 Negative of spot map of 1955 death map. May 29, 1956.
[8 x 10]
ST-3 Negatives of "dont's" of traffic. May 16, 1956.
[4 x 5]
ST-4 Portrait negatives of Chief N.K. Woerner. February 27, 1956.
[5 x 7]
ST-5 Negatives of Chief Woerner explaining map to Chief Elliott. 4-11-57.
[4 x 5]
ST-6 Prints only of accident in Midland, Texas
[4 x 5]
Unidentified folders with no numbers or explanations
Box Folder
1983/112 1st-THP Patrolmen on motorcycles in front of Capitol, enlarge one of Elliott
[8 x 10]
none Loose photographs and folders
[7 count]
Ranger
Box Folder
1983/112 none 11 loose photographs
[8 x 10]
R-151 Notice to "thieves, thugs and bunco steerers"
[5 x 7]
R-152 "Ole Monk" Texas Ranger pack mule
[5 x 7]
R-153 "Champion" famous longhorn steer
[5 x 7]
R-154 Flash of Col. Carmichael and Texas Rangers made in the Colonel's Office. December 17, 1937.
[8 x 10]
R-155 Flash of Bob Massengale, May 10, 1938.
[4 x 5]
R-156 Views of Texas Ranger cabin, Texas Centennial Dallas, Texas. 1937.
[4 x 5]
R-157 Flash of ranger office with Capt. Aldrich and secretary.
[8 x 10]
R-158 Interior negatives of ex-ranger Capt. Hughes with Dept. girls and Capt. Aldrich. May 25, 1938.
[4 x 5]
R-159 Ranger pictures taken on border (by Joe Thompson). June 18, 1938.
[3 x 5]
R-160 Copies of old ranger photographs sent in by George Black.
[8 x 10]
R-160 Negatives and composite of Co. D.F.B. - Rangers posed on horseback
[deteriorated diacetate] [8 x 10]
R-161 Headquarters Div. - Texas Rangers, Bob Massengale, Capt. Aldrich Kelly Rush, Frank Mills, Manny Gault, Rip Collins, Ernest Best, March 6, 1938.
[8 x 10]
R-162 Copy negative of Mr. Richardson and two Texas Rangers standing by plane with Texas Ranger sign on side of plane. Made at El Paso. Copied July 12, 1938.
[3 x 5]
R-163 Copy of old Ranger pictures with Capt. Bill McMurry in one. June 23, 1938
[8 x 10] [5 x 7] [both are deteriorated diacetate]
R-164 Flash of Capt. Aldrich and Capt. Jack Cole former Texas Ranger. July 29, 1938.
[4 x 5]
R-165 Negative of Bob Massengale and Basil Spain standing by spot map. July 22, 1938.
[8 x 10]
R-166 One full figure and one bust negative each of Pete Crawford, John Reese and "Uncle Dick" Chastin. These men now working on Fromme case. Aug. 10, 1938.
[4 x 5]
R-167 Copy negative of old Texas Ranger picture "Co. D" made in 1886. Capt. Frank Jones Co. others in pictures are Bass Outlaw, Arthur Jones and T.F. Sellers. Aug. 11, 1938.
[8 x 10]
R-168 Negatives of Capt. Hamm A.L. Barr with horse and trailer used by Texas Rangers in Dallas District. October 9, 1938.
[8 x 10]
R-169 View flash of Ranger office Dallas District: Capt. Hamm and A.L. Barr in picture. October 9, 1938.
[8 x 10]
R-170 Capt. Royal Phillips and Abe Rosen made at Dallas office. Oct. 11, 1938
[8 x 10]
R-171 Negative of Capt. Royal Phillips and Uncle Fletcher Albright made at Dallas Ranger office. Oct. 11, 1938.
[8 x 10]
R-172 Flash negatives of Capt. Hamms living quarters and guest room, Ranger headquarters, Dallas District. Oct. 9, 1938.
[8 x 10]
R-173 Negatives of group of 41 Texas Rangers made at Camp Mabry. Sept. 25, 1938.
[8 x 10]
R-174 Negative of Ranger headquarters Dallas, Texas. Exterior views of Bldgs. October 9, 1938.
[8 x 10]
R-175 Portrait negatives of Alfred Allee, Texas Ranger, Co. D. stationed at Carrizo Springs Texas. Oct. 19, 1938.
[5 x 7]
R-176 Portrait negatives of W.E. Naylor, special investigation, Texas Rangers. October 9, 1938.
[5 x 7]
R-177 Negatives of Dr. Paul B. Hill Texas Ranger Chaplain, San Antonio, Texas. October 18, 1938.
[5 x 7]
R-178 Portrait negatives of Texas Ranger Hugh Phares, one with hat and one without hat. November 12, 1938.
[5 x 7]
R-179 Negatives of Roscoe D. Holliday, Texas Ranger.
[5 x 7]
R-179 Flash negative made Aug. 8, 1942.
[4 x 5]
R-180 Negatives of Capt. Royal Phillips, Texas Ranger, Capt. Dallas District. November 17, 1938.
[5 x 7]
R-181 Copy negative of Captain Mannie Gault, Texas Ranger. Feb. 19, 1939.
[8 x 10]
R-182 Prints of victims of hit and run case. Sent in by (Ranger Hardy Purvis). Feb. 1939.
[8 x 10]
R-183 Negative of Ranger Zeno Smith. March 1939.
[5 x 7]
R-184 Negative of five Texas Rangers Zeno Smith, Abb Riggs, Frank Mills, Lester Stewart and Parky Williams. Col. Garrison and Capt. Harman? March 22, 1939.
[8 x 10]
R-185 Negatives made during search for bodies of the Blantons on the King Ranch. April 11 - 13, 1939.
[4 x 5]
R-186 Negatives of Frank Mills (Ranger) and moulage kit. March 1939.
[8 x 10]
R-188 Eight small Kodak Pix's sent in by Fred Oleson to be copied and numbers markings copied for identification.
[8 x 10]
R-189 Negatives of portrait negatives Frank Mills (Ranger) taken March 1939
[5 x 7]
R-190 Negatives of port. negatives of Abb Riggs (Ranger) March 1939.
[5 x 7]
R-191 Negatives of port. negative of Williams (Ranger) March 1939.
[5 x 7]
R-192 Negatives of port. negatives of Lester Stewart (Ranger) March 1939.
[5 x 7]
R-193 Negatives of portrait negative of Ernest L. Daniels (Ranger) March 193
[5 x 7]
R-194 Negatives of Texas Ranger car and trailer issued to ranger Aldred Allee. April 24, 1939.
[8 x 10]
R-194 Negatives of same trailer with horses, Alfred Allee and Ab Riggs by car. April 28, 1939.
[8 x 10]
R-195 Negatives of Ralph Rohatch, Texas as Ranger. May 1939.
[5 x 7]
R-196 Portrait negatives of Mannie Gault, Texas Ranger. May 1939.
[5 x 7]
R-197 Negatives of Peet Crawford Texas Ranger.
[5 x 7]
R-198 Negative of six Rangers (Hugh Phares, Bob Crouder, B.M. Gault, Frank Mills, Neal Arthur, Pat Taliaferro. This pix was copied from 8 x 10 print sent over by Capt. S.O. Hamm.
[8 x 10]
R-199 Copy negatives of old Ranger pictures. One of Co. C. at Cotulla, Texas Feb. 16, 1887. One of another Co. made at Ft. Worth, April 1887.
[8 x 10]
R-200 Negatives of statement of Fidel Arvelo concerning Blanton case. Copied Aug. 15, 1939.
[8 x 10]
R-201 Negative of old Ranger badge to be used in work of Ranger pix by Paramount.
[4 x 5]
R-202 Negatives of Texas Ranger car, trailer, dogs and horse with Dub Naylor. Sept. 27, 1939.
[4 x 5] [8 x 10]
R-203 Negatives of Alfred Allee, Texas Ranger was to have been used for life size picture of Ranger for Display in main office. Feb. 9, 1940
[8 x 10]
R-204 Negatives of slot machines and other gambling devices confiscated by Texas Rangers and burned as shown in the pictures. (burned on date shown below.) March 18, 1940.
[8 x 10]
R-205 Negatives of Capt. John R. Hughes, old time Texas Ranger looking over the modern set-up in law enforcement. April 19, 1940.
[4 x 5]
R-206 Negatives of Sgt. Ernest best dressed as cowboy on horse. Picture of cowboy on horse requested by Senator Rogers Kelly. April 16, 1940.
[8 x 10]
R-207 Negatives of warrants from Jefferson County, Beaumont, Texas. Endorsed by A.C. McFarlene. Investigation conducted by W.E. Naylor, Texas Ranger. Paper negs. of checks in Intelligence File #2153-0-143, March 29, 1940.
[8 x 10]
R-208 Negatives of Texas Ranger horse barn. April 13, 1940.
[2 1/4 x 4 1/4]
R-209 Texas Rangers in Big Bend Country, copied from pictures sent in by Capt. Hamm. May 22, 1940.
[4 x 5]
R-210 Negatives. Texas Ranger Earl McWilliams negative used for life size enlargement of Texas Ranger. June 7, 1940.
[8 x 10]
R-211 Copy negatives of old Texas Ranger pictures. Copied for M.T. Gonzaullas order of Col. Homer Garrison. 1940.
[8 x 10] [negs. may be diacetate]
R-212 Ranger Camp Kuykendall Ranch, August 17, 1941.
[8 x 10]
R-213 Texas Rangers in camp. July 30, 1941.
[8 x 10] [4 x 5]
R-214 Negatives of W.E. Naylor with his horse, car and trailer. Feb. 1941.
[4 x 5]
R-215 Old picture of Capt. Wright on his favorite horse when he was in the Texas Ranger service. Copied and retouched 1941.
[3 x 5]
R-216 Negatives made by W.E. Naylor on trip to California investigating air raid warden facilities. Jan. 1942.
[8 x 10]
R-217 [empty]
R-218 Negative of old rangers picture company D - sent in by Capt. Gonzaullas.
[5 x 7] [5 x 7 from Co. D in halftone]
R-219 Negative of Ranger Ray Brooks. April 27, 1942.
[4 x 5]
R-220 Negative of Ranger Harold Stack, April 27, 1942.
[4 x 5]
R-221 Negative Ex-Ranger Alonzo Tumlinson, April 27, 1942.
[4 x 5]
R-222 Negative Ranger Hays Burris. April 27, 1942.
[4 x 5]
R-223 Negative Ranger Leon T. Vivian, April 27, 1942.
[4 x 5]
R-224 Negative of R.M. Briggs, Brady Pamplin, Leroy Massengale, and Henry Robertson, Negro prisoner. May 8, 1942.
[4 x 5]
R-225 Ray Collins, Texas Ranger. May, 1942.
[4 x 5]
R-226 Negatives of slot machines made for Rangers Olson and Briggs. Aug. 3, 1942.
[4 x 5]
R-227 Negative of Texas Ranger Dudley White. Nov. 1942.
[4 x 5]
R-228 Copy negatives of former Texas Ranger Tom Hickman. July 1942.
[8 x 10]
R-228 Negative of Tom Hickman for identification. Nov. 18, 1942.
[4 x 5]
R-229 Negative of Texas Ranger R.M. Briggs. Nov. 25, 1942.
[4 x 5]
R-230 Negatives of Texas Ranger history taken from book "Journals of the Consultation" held at San Felipe de Austin, Oct. 16, 1835. Copy negative made May 11, 1943.
[8 x 10]
R-231 Copy negative of Ranger Captain Gully Cowsert and group of Mexican witnesses. L-6228/0-261. negatives filed in above case file. Copy made May 12, 1943.
[8 x 10]
R-232 Negatives of Texas Ranger Captains and Col. Garrison and Captain Hickman. August 1943.
[8 x 10]
R-233 Negatives of Dub Naylor on horse, Camp Bullis. Sept. 1942.
[4 x 5]
R-234 Copy negative (old picture) of a Texas Ranger by his car (I am the Law Today) - original from Capt. Aldrich. Dec. 1942.
[8 x 10]
R-235 Copy negative of Captain Aldrich on horse. December 1, 1943.
[5 x 7]
R-236 Negatives copied from prints sent in by Captain E. Best Cow Branding November 23, 1943.
[8 x 10]
R-237 Negatives of equipment carried by Ranger Dub Naylor. June 1944.
[3 1/4 x 4 1/4]
R-238 Negatives of W.E. Naylor and Quincy Lowman at Centennial. 1936.
[4 x 5]
R-239 Negatives of blood hounds copied for Capt. Gonzaullas. July 1944.
[8 x 10]
R-240 Negatives of Johnie Klevenhagen, Texas Ranger, Houston. Sept. 15, 1944
[4 x 5]
R-241 Old Rangers, copied from Capt. Aldrich collection.
[8 x 10]
R-242 Negatives - close ups of company B, Texas Rangers made at Mr. Maddox Ranch. 1943.
[4 x 5]
R-243 Negatives of road blockade. Sept. 1944.
[4 x 5]
R-244 Negatives of Capt. Fred Olson checking cattle at auction ring, Georgetown, Texas. Jan. 23, 1945.
[4 x 5]
R-245 Negative of First Texas Police Badge. May 20, 1945.
[8 x 10]
R-246 Negative of "A Rangers Prayer" by Rev. P.B. Hill. December 1944.
[8 x 10]
R-247 Negative of a Ranger's report to his captain: "We had a little shooting scrape and they lost" December 1944.
[8 x 10]
R-248 Negatives of headquarters Co. Texas Rangers: Jan. 27, 1945.
[8 x 10]
R-249 Negatives of bloodhounds chasing Negro at Gatesville reformatory. Jan. 1945.
[4 x 5]
R-250 Negatives of gambling equipment being destroyed at Camp Mabry dump grounds. July 19, 1945.
[4 x 5]
R-251 Negatives of old Ranger pictures copied from originals loaned by Capt. W.M. Molesworth. July 1945. [Empty]
[8 x 10]
R-252 Negatives of gambling equipment seized and destroyed by Texas Rangers and Nueces Co. Sheriff's Dept. in Corpus Christi, Texas. Aug. 17, 1945
[4 x 5]
R-253 Negatives of Capt. Fred Olson as he was sworn in as full Capt., Texas Rangers. Sept. 1, 1945.
[4 x 5]
R-254 Negative of "Out Our Way" cartoon showing a Sheriff leading two horses boots, guns and holsters tied to horn of saddle: "Born Thirty Years too soon."
[8 x 10]
R-255 Negatives of Truman Stone - a Texas Longhorn Steer: Mascot of Texas University football squad. Oct. 17, 1945.
[4 x 5]
R-256 Negative of Truman Stone
[4 x 5]
R-257 Portrait negative of Capt. Fred Olson. 1946.
[4 x 5]
R-258 Negatives of rangers, Dub Naylor, Capt. Olson and Truman Stone with cars, trailers, horses, and walkie talkie radios. Made near Round Rock, Texas. June 13, 1946.
[4 x 5]
R-259 Negatives of gambling equipment seized in raids in Temple, Texas. June 14, 1946.
[8 x 10]
R-260 Negatives of Truman Stone, Jim Nichols and bloodhounds chasing Negro at Gatesville reformatory. July 9, 1946.
[4 x 5]
R-261 Negative of "Out Our Way" cartoon showing ranger in his car pulling trailer going over mountain. Copied Sept. 7, 1946.
[8 x 10]
R-262 Negative Raymond Waters
[4 x 5]
R-263 Earl Stewart
[4 x 5]
R-264 E.J. Banks
[4 x 5]
R-265 W.E. (Dub) Naylor
[4 x 5]
R-266 Jim N. Geer
[4 x 5]
R-267 John T. Cope
[4 x 5]
R-268 J.C. Paulk
[4 x 5]
R-269 Stewart Stanley
[4 x 5]
R-270 Lewis C. Rigler
[4 x 5]
R-271 J.L. Rogers
[4 x 5]
R-272 Eddie C. Campbell
[4 x 5]
R-272 John R. Connor
[4 x 5]
R-273 John R. Connor
[4 x 5]
R-274 J.J. Klevenhagen
[4 x 5]
R-275 Tom R. Gallamore
[4 x 5]
R-276 R.D. Holiday
[4 x 5]
R-277 Dudley White
[4 x 5]
R-278 R.W. Coffee
[4 x 5]
R-279 Zeno Smith
[4 x 5]
R-280 N.K. Dixon
[4 x 5]
R-281 Bennie Krueger
[4 x 5]
R-282 Dick Oldham
[4 x 5]
R-283 Arthur Hill
[4 x 5]
R-284 Selwyn Denson
[4 x 5]
R-285 Houston White
[4 x 5]
R-286 L.H. Purvis
[4 x 5]
R-287 Ernest Daniel
[4 x 5]
R-288 Truman Stone
[4 x 5]
R-289 Joe Thompson
[4 x 5]
R-290 Clint Peoples
[4 x 5]
R-291 W.E. Renfrow
[4 x 5]
R-292 Joe H. Bridge
[4 x 5]
R-293 Levi Duncan
[4 x 5]
R-294 Ralph Rohatch
[4 x 5]
R-295 Frank Probst
[4 x 5]
R-296 M.W. Williamson
[4 x 5]
R-297 Tullet Seay
[4 x 5]
R-298 Capt. Olson
[4 x 5]
R-299 Mart Jones
[4 x 5]
R-300 Bob Massengale
[4 x 5]
R-301 Eddie L. Oliver
[4 x 5]
R-302 R.L. Badgett
R-303 Dick Middleton
[4 x 5]
R-304 Capt. Alfred Allee
[4 x 5]
R-306 Copy negative of Captain Gault in River in an attempt to locate murder weapon in Hunt murder, Jim Thomas Case. 1946.
[5 x 7]
R-307 Negatives of Captain Gonzaullas' car with radio antenna extended 1948.
[4 x 5]
R-308 Negatives of DPS diving equipment. Dub Naylor in diving suit. 1948.
[4 x 5] [3 1/4 x 4 1/4]
R-309 Portrait negatives of Ranger Dub Naylor. Negatives for Passport Pictures. 1948.
[4 x 5] [4 x 5]
R-310 Negatives of Ranger Frank Probst making investigation of burned auto near Llano, Texas. 3-26-47.
[4 x 5]
R-311 Negatives of Rangers Frank Probst and Clint Peoples fixing dynamite to try to bring body of Ira Prewitt to surface at Lake Travis. 7-11-47
[4 x 5]
R-312 Various shots of W.B. (Dub) Naylor. With his horse at Camp Bullis Sept. 1942.
[4 x 5]
R-313 Negative of flowers on Captain Mannie Gault's grave. Dec. 1947.
[4 x 5]
R-314 Negatives of Dub Naylor and Frank Taylor jumping motorcycles. December 17, 1947.
[4 x 5]
R-315 Negatives of Texas Ranger History -- Neff vs. Elgin case.
[8 x 10]
R-315 Negative of Mary Lou Taylor Sec., Texas Rangers, Lubbock. May 1949.
[3 1/4 x 4 1/4]
R-316 Negatives of Capt. Bob Crowder. 1948.
[4 x 5]
R-317 Negatives of group of Texas Rangers attending retraining school. 2-group negs. printed together. March 1948.
[8 x 10]
R-318 Negatives of Forest G. Hardin, Texas Ranger... Sept. 3, 1948.
[4 x 5]
R-319 Negatives of Truman Stone and his horse. Sept. 20, 1948.
[4 x 5]
R-320 Negatives of gambling equipment being destroyed. Dec. 9, 1948.
[4 x 5]
R-321 Copy negatives of Capt. Aldrich Nome and garden. 1949.
[8 x 10]
R-322 Various shots (color) of Texas Rangers made by Holiday Magazine. 1949.
[4 x 5]
R-323 Negatives of old Ranger pictures, Co. A. stationed at Harlingen. 1904, copied 1949.
[8 x 10]
R-324 Negatives of Truman Stone pulling diving barge. 1949.
[4 x 5]
R-325 Small negatives of Texas Ranger Capt. Gully Cowart's Camp near Junction. 1949.
[2 1/2 x 3 1/2]
R-326 Negatives of Capt. Olson and Truman Stone destroying gambling equipment. May 4, 1949.
[4 x 5]
R-327 Negatives of Capt. Olson and Truman Stone with horses, cars and trailers near Round Rock, Texas. June 23, 1949.
[4 x 5] [8 x 10]
R-328 Negatives of Texas Rangers L.H. Purvis and Clinton Peoples checking cattle truck near Kerrville, Texas. June 24, 1949.
[4 x 5]
R-329 Ektachrome of Texas Ranger Tom Gallamore investigating murder scene. Paul Hanson posing as victim. July 1949.
[4 x 5]
R-330 Ektachrome of Ranger Capt. Olson and Truman Stone evicting criminal from house using tear gas. July 1949.
[4 x 5]
R-331 Ektachrome of Rangers Truman Stone and Capt. Olson, Camp scenes near Round Rock, Texas. July 1949.
[4 x 5]
R-332 Negatives of Capt. Olson, Doyle Curington and Zeno Smith and car with long radio antenna. July 1949.
[4 x 5]
R-333 Negatives of headquarters Co. Texas Rangers. July 21, 1949.
[8 x 10]
R-334 Ektachrome of Doyle Curington and Zeno Smith investigating fence cutting. Aug. 1949.
[4 x 5]
R-335 Ektachrome of Ranger Trenton Horton on horse with Handie Talkie. Aug. 1949.
[4 x 5]
R-336 Negatives of Capt. Olson and Valor Award presented by Call The Police Radio Program. Sept. 30, 1949.
[4 x 5]
R-337 Copy negative of Texas Ranger Co. B. 9-2-49
[8 x 10]
R-337 Copy negative of Texas Ranger Co. B. 9-2-49.
[8 x 10]
R-338 Ektachrome of DPS Plane with Capt. Olson, Doyle Curington, Clint Peoples and Max Westerman. October 1949.
[4 x 5]
R-339 Ektachrome of Ranger Zeno Smith on horse at Camp Hood, Texas. Oct. 1949.
[4 x 5]
R-340 Ektachrome of headquarters co. Texas Rangers on horses. Oct. 1949.
[4 x 5]
R-341 Ektachrome of Ranger Clint Peoples on horse, Camp Hood. Oct. 1949.
[4 x 5]
R-342 Ektachrome of Texas Ranger horses in rope corral, Fort Hood. Oct. 1949
[4 x 5]
R-343 Ektachrome of Ranger Doyle Curington of horse, Camp Hood. Oct. 1949.
[4 x 5]
R-344 Negative of Texas Rangers round-up Camp Hood...helicopter, and horses used to check for stolen cattle... October 18, 1949.
[4 x 5]
R-345 Negative of Co. D. Texas Rangers, Joe Bridge, Wiley Williamson and Bennie Krueger in Camp at Kingsville Fair grounds... November 8, 1949.
[4 x 5]
R-346 Ektacolor of Cap. Gully Cowart and Chief Joe S. Fletcher in Camp near Junction. Dec. 1949.
[4 x 5]
R-347 Negative of Rangers Truman Stone and Doyle Curington with gifts sent to little girl in Ireland. 1950.
[4 x 5]
R-348 Negatives also ektachrome of Texas Rangers on parade, San Antonio. Feb. 17, 1950.
[4 x 5]
R-349 Ektachrome of the Texas Ranger flag. June 1950.
[4 x 5]
R-350 Negatives (color and black and white) of Texas Rangers, Frank Probst, Kelly Rogers, Capt. Crowder and John Woods in Palo Duro Canyon. June 1, 1950.
[4 x 5]
R-351 Negatives of equipment removed from John Wood's car when he was issued new one. Aug. 30, 1950.
[4 x 5]
R-352 Negatives of Texas Rangers destroying slot machines and marble tables taken in raid in Bandera, Texas. Sept. 28, 1950.
[4 x 5]
R-353 Negatives of Capt. Fred Olson tacking up calendar for 1951 using gun for hammer. Nov. 1950.
[4 x 5]
R-354 Negatives of Capt. Olson and Col. Garrison examining slot machines that have been fixed so as not to pay off. Nov. 28, 1950.
[4 x 5]
R-355 Negatives of Clint Peoples and his horse; taken to show Texas Ranger uniform. Jan. 22, 1951.
[8 x 10]
R-356 Negatives (copy) of Texas Ranger E.J. Banks, full dress uniform with two guns. Feb. 15, 1951.
[8 x 10]
R-357 Negatives of N.K. Dixon at his desk. Feb. 27, 1951.
[4 x 5]
R-358 Negative of Arthur W. Jordan for identification card. April 1951.
[4 x 5]
R-359 Negatives of Truman Stone and N.K. Dixon with horses. March 14, 1951.
[4 x 5]
R-360 Portrait negatives of Trenton Horton. March 28, 1951.
[4 x 5]
R-361 Negatives of Texas Ranger Roundup at Camp Hood. April 24, 1951.
[4 x 5]
R-362 Negatives of Truman Stone and Clint Peoples on horses... April 24, 1951.
[4 x 5]
R-363 Negatives of activities at Koon Kreek Klub honoring Capt. M.T. Gonzaullas when he retired from Rangers... July 10, 1951.
[4 x 5]
R-364 Copy of honorable discharge issued to Capt. M.T. Gonzaullas upon his retirement from rangers. July 31, 1951.
[8 x 10]
R-365 Negative of N.K. Dixon. April 1951.
[4 x 5]
R-366 Copy negative of five mounted rangers in a San Antonio parade. May 1951
[8 x 10]
R-367 Negatives of District Atty. Bob Long giving check for $1700 to Negro woman while Clint Peoples watches. September 7, 1951.
[4 x 5]
R-368 Portrait negatives of Capt. Bob Crowder. October 3, 1951.
[5 x 7]
R-369 Negative of W.E. "Dub" Naylor. November 14, 1951.
[4 x 5]
R-370 Negatives of George Roach. November 27, 1951.
[4 x 5]
R-371 Copy negative of Pete Rogers. Feb. 2, 1952.
[8 x 10]
R-372 Negatives of Co. B meeting near Bridgeport. November 20, 1951.
[4 x 5]
R-373 Negative of Col. Garrison giving Jesse Hellums his Ranger Commission. Feb. 4, 1952.
[4 x 5]
R-374 Copy negatives of Capt. M.T. Gonzaullas. (with foot on chair). Oct. 16, 1951.
[8 x 10] [5 x 7]
R-375 Copy negative of a group of Rangers at Denison. July 26, 1922. March 6, 1952.
[8 x 10]
R-376 Negatives of a "Texas Ranger" painted on the Burnet Drive-In Theatre. April 24, 1952.
[4 x 5]
R-377 Negative of rangers who patrolled Duval Co. during voting. July 26, 1952.
[4 x 5]
R-378 Negatives of Capt. Olson looking in the comparison microscope. Sept. 2, 1952.
[4 x 5]
R-380 Negative of the headquarters co. 2 groups in front of building. 2 informal groups by corral. 2 Clint Peoples and horse. October 21, 1952.
[8 x 10]
R-381 Negatives of sketches of Doyle Curington and Pete Rogers on horseback and in camp for the Beaumont Enterprise. Jan. 1953.
[8 x 10]
R-382 Negatives of Trumon Stone and Doyle Currington making a plaster cast of tire track. October 22, 1952.
[4 x 5]
R-383 Negative of Capt. Allee riding mule. March 4, 1953.
[4 x 5]
R-384 Negatives of the Green Valley Cattle Co.” Ranch between San Marcos and Kyle. April 3, 1953.
[4 x 5]
R-385 Negatives of the Hill Country Peace Officers Association meeting in Junction. September 15, 1953.
[4 x 5]
R-386 Negatives of Clint Peoples questioning the teller of Coupland Bank that was robbed. Oct. 22, 1952.
[4 x 5]
R-387 Negative of Capt. Peoples talking with Col. Garrison in the Col.'s Office. March 4, 1953.
[4 x 5]
R-388 Negatives of Col. Garrison giving Capt.'s commission and badge to Clint Peoples. June 2, 1953.
[4 x 5]
R-389 Negatives of gambling equipment being burned. July 9, 1953.
[4 x 5]
R-390 Negatives of Capt. Clint Peoples. Nov. 10, 1953.
[4 x 5]
R-391 Negatives of Capt. Peoples and George Burnup in raid on gambling house. Nov. 12, 1953.
[4 x 5]
R-392 Negatives of Jesse Hellums grave. Jan. 19, 1954.
[4 x 5]
R-392 Negatives of Jesse Hellums grave. Jan. 19, 1954.
[4 x 5]
R-393 Copy negatives of Capt. Alfred Y. Allee, Joe Bridge and J.D. Weir. Feb. 1, 1954.
[8 x 10]
R-394 Portrait negatives of Capt. Raymond Waters. Feb. 5, 1954.
[5 x 7]
R-395 Negative of George Roach with bearded game warden. March 1954.
[4 x 5]
R-396 Negatives of experimental twin-engine Cessna and DPS planes. May 4, 1954.
[4 x 5]
R-397 Negatives of Clint Peoples and Johnny Halton. June 4, 1954.
[4 x 5]
R-398 Negative of Capt. Peoples. July 1, 1954.
[5 x 7]
R-399 Negatives of a sign: donated to Company B, Texas Rangers by Col. Tom C. Brown, Texas Ranger who passed away August 3, 1953. July 1954.
[8 x 10]
R-400 Negatives of Dudley White and Red Arnold investigating a safe burglary and checking a cattle shipment. September 23, 1954.
[4 x 5]
R-401 Negatives of Doyle Currington. October 14, 1954.
[4 x 5]
R-402 Negatives of headquarters co. meeting at the Rickenbacker Ranch near Hunt, Texas. November 11, 1954.
[8 x 10] [4 x 5]
R-403 Negatives of "Chief" badge for Rangers. October 28, 1954.
[4 x 5]
R-404 Negatives of Col. Garrison talking with Capt. Allee and Joe Bridge. December 16, 1954.
[4 x 5]
R-405 Negatives of Doyle Currington. Jan. 26, 1955.
[4 x 5]
R-406 Copy negatives of Trenton Horton. Jan. 26, 1955.
[8 x 10]
R-407 Negatives of Dudley White exercising trailing dogs. May 13, 1955.
[4 x 5]
R-408 Negatives of Brownie Scouts visiting the Ranger Office with Dudley White. May 18, 1955.
[4 x 5]
R-409 Negatives of headquarters co. meeting at Wheeles Park. June 1955.
[4 x 5]
R-410 Negatives of Howard Bowden of S.O. using the aqua-lung to dive for a body below Marble Falls Dam. June 14, 1955.
[4 x 5]
R-411 Negatives of Zeno Smith fingerprinting Billy Wier. July 29, 1955.
[4 x 5]
R-412 Negatives of Frank Probst, L.H. Purvis, and John Wood. June 1955.
[4 x 5]
R-413 Negative of Col. Garrison, Capt. Cowsert, and Sikes at Rock Springs the day Sikes was transferred to the Rangers. July 26, 1955.
[4 x 5]
R-414 Negatives of Zeno Smith and Capt. Butler talking in the photo office. August 4, 1955.
[4 x 5]
R-415 Negatives of Inservice School. August 15-19.
[4 x 5]
R-416 Negatives of activities of the Ranger's Inservice Training School. July 1955.
[4 x 5]
R-417 Negatives of Capt. Aldrich's library, bed, and parts of house. July 1955.
[4 x 5]
R-418 Negative of group of Co. C. August 9, 1955.
[4 x 5]
R-419 Negatives of men taking the exam for Ranger Sgt. August 22, 1955.
[8 x 10]
R-420 Copy negatives of a portrait of Lewis C. Rigler. August 1955.
[4 x 5]
R-421 Negatives of an article about Frank Homer copied from a newspaper August 25, 1955.
[8 x 10]
R-422 Negatives of Col. Garrison, Chief Fletcher, and Capt. Peoples with the new armored car. Also George Burnup and Lester Robertson with car. September 19, 1955.
[5 x 5]
R-423 Negatives of beats and diving equipment used by the Rangers. October 14, 1955.
[8 x 10] [4 x 5]
R-424 Negatives of Capt. Peoples pointing out features of armored car to Col. Garrison and Chief Fletcher. October 17, 1955.
[4 x 5]
R-425 Negatives of a small motor (electric) for identification purposes. December 8, 1955.
[5 x 7]
R-426 Negative of Jim Riddles. Feb. 16, 1956.
[4 x 5]
R-427 Negatives of events inaugurating the flight by Braniff Airlines direct from Dallas to New York. Ranger Banks participating, with Dpv. Galloway [sp.] & J. Fred Muggs. Feb. 18, 1956.
[8 x 10] [4 x 5]
R-428 Negatives of Sgt. Rogers showing Col. Garrison's saddle to Lt. Col. Salem Ben E1-Amen, Police Supt. of Tripoli, Libya. Feb. 21, 1956.
[4 x 5]
R-429 Portrait negatives of Capt. Clint Peoples. Feb. 27, 1956.
[5 x 7]
R-430 Negative of Col. Garrison pinning badge on new Ranger Hollis M. Sillavan. (former chief deputy at Brenham.) April 4, 1956.
[4 x 5]
R-431 Copy negative of Rangers camped on the Texas-Mexico border. Copied for C.E. Miller Deputy Sheriff of Alice. April 7, 1955.
[5 x 7]
R-432 Negatives of Hollis Sillavan, new Texas Ranger. April 1956.
[4 x 5]
R-433 Negatives of Fred Rymer using the comparison microscope while Ranger Capt. Peoples watches. April 9, 1956.
[4 x 5]
R-434 Negatives of Capt. Peoples and Lester Robertson in the armored car. April 11, 1956.
[4 x 5]
R-435 Negatives of new 21 foot Lone Star cruiser on Lake Austin. April 30, 1956.
[4 x 5]
R-436 Negatives of Capt. Peoples and Doyle Currington. April 19, 1956.
[4 x 5]
R-437 Negatives of Mr. Rex Maus of the Lone Star Boat Co. presenting the keys to the Rangers new boat. Captain Peoples, Conrad Fath, and Mr. Maus' son observing. May 11, 1956.
[4 x 5]
R-438 Negatives of hdqts. co. meeting at K-Bar Ranch. May 23, 1956.
[4 x 5]
R-439 Negatives of Lewter Robertson. May 23, 1956.
[4 x 5]
R-440 Ektacolor and kodacolor negatives of a Ranger camp scene. August 10, 1956.
[8 x 10] [4 x 5] 2 1/4 x 3 1/4
R-441 Copy negative of Earl Stewart and Charlie Miller. Copied Aug. 30, 1956.
[8 x 10]
R-442 Negative of new fiber-glass boat made by the Lone Star Boat Co. George Burnup driving, Max Westerman, Doyle Currington and Bill Duncan riding. Aug. 22, 1956.
[4 x 5]
R-443 Negatives of Frank Probst, Sgt. October 18, 1956.
[4 x 5]
R-445 Copy negatives of E.J. Banks and Lewis C. Rigler on duty at the Mansfield, Texas High School during race demonstration. Sept. 1956.
[8 x 10]:
R-445-1 [Ranger E. J. Banks leaning against a tree surrounded by a group of smiling, white teenage girls (and one boy). High school entrance is in the background. A cloth dummy is hung from a lamp fixture over the arched entrance portal.]
[Description by John Anderson, 2/26/1991.]
R-445-2 [Profile of Ranger E. J. Banks, alone, leaning against a tree. Several teenage boys are standing at High school entrance in the background. A cloth dummy is hung from a lamp fixture over the arched entrance.]
[Description by John Anderson, 2/26/1991.]
R-445-3 [An older Ranger in glasses posed with another man in front of the high school entrance. Cloth dummy is hanging from light fixture over their heads.]
[Description by John Anderson, 2/26/1991.]
R-445-4 [Ranger with sunglasses standing on sidewalk talking with man smoking cigar with his back to camera. Group of men several feet behind on sidewalk, standing and sitting. Cars parked parallel to the sidewalk in the street.]
[Description by John Anderson, 2/26/1991.]
R-445-5 [Ranger E. J. Banks escorting a young clergyman (?). Two older men stand off to the right. Other people are partially seen lining the sidewalk.]
[Description by John Anderson, 2/26/1991.]
R-446 Prints only of the Co. E camp near Sierra Blanca. Made by the Dallas Morning News. Aug. 10, 1956.
[8 x 10]
R-447 Copy negative of Co. E. on horseback. Taken May 3, 1918 eight miles west of Del Rio. Copied September 21, 1956.
[8 x 10]
R-448 Negatives of Zack Mosley, creator of the comic strip, "Smiling Jack" with Chief Fletcher, Bobby Ragsdale, and Rangers Doyle Currington, Pete Rogers, and Max Westerman. October 25, 1952.
[4 x 5]
R-449 Negatives of Otto Ahlers and Terrell Bingham working on the Ranger office in the basement. November 8, 1956.
[4 x 5]
R-450 Copy negatives of all Ranger Captains and Col. Garrison in front of the Ranger office in Dallas. Copied November 8, 1956.
[4 x 5]
[no #] Bill McDonald
[8 x 10]
R-451 Negatives of old Ranger pictures, copied January 1957.
[8 x 10] [5 x 7]
R-452 Negatives of Pete Rogers by "Co. A" airplane and also Wallace Nelson handing photo equipment to Rogers. March 7, 1957.
[4 x 5] [4 x 5]
[Also two Ektachrome transparencies of plane. 2 ektacolor negs.]
R-453 Negatives of Ranger Sgts. and their secretaries. March 8, 1957.
[4 x 5]
R-454 Negatives of Max Westerman standing by his car. March 15, 1957.
[4 x 5]
R-455 Copy negatives of Capt. J.J. Klevenhagen. March 20, 1957.
[8 x 10] [4 x 5]
R-456 Negative of Ex-Rangers "Doc" White and Capt. John R. Hughes. March 22, 1957.
[8 x 10]
R-457 Negatives of Texas Ranger Jerome Preiss. 1957.
[4 x 5]
R-458 Negatives of Texas Ranger Chief Bob Crowder, one walking toward camera, one standing showing gun and badge. April 9, 1957.
[4 x 5]
[Envelope is empty. Notes says loaned to Capt. Crowder.]
R-459 Copy negative of scene where Gene Paul Norris and Wm. Carl Humphrey were shot to death by Capts. Banks and Klevenhagen, Fort Worth Police Chief Hightower, Tarrant Co., Sheriff Wright and other peace officers. copied May 7, 1957.
[8 x 10]
R-460 Negatives and prints of subjects for Ranger W.M. Williamson, Corpus Christi, Texas.
[4 x 5]
R-461 Negatives of Johnny Krumnow. June 6, 1957.
[4 x 5]
R-462 Negatives of gambling equipment stored in old Hollywood Club in Galveston. Machines being loaded into trucks and being burned. Supervising operations were Capt. Klevenhagen, Pete Rogers, Hollis Sillivan and Tully Seay. June 20, 1957.
[4 x 5]
R-462 Negatives of new ranger badge just replaced and Dudley White's old badge. 7-1-57.
[4 x 5]
R-464 Negatives of Trenton Horton.
[4 x 5]
R-465 Copy negatives of Rangers on parade in Killeen, Texas. July 26, 1957.
[8 x 10]
R-466 Negatives of Ranger Walter Russell, Kingsville, Texas. Sept. 16, 1957.
[4 x 5]
R-467 Negative of Col. Garrison presenting Buddy Hendricks with Ranger Commission. 1-3-57.
[4 x 5]
R-468 Negatives of Rangers and Flag Dudley White and Lester Robertson. 7-1957.
[4 x 5]
R-469 Copy negatives of Trey, Col. Garrison and Robert Culp of T.V. series Trackdown. 12-18-57
[8 x 10]
R-470 Negatives of Lewis Rigler
[4 x 5]
R-471 Negatives of Capt. E.J. Banks. 1-22-58
[4 x 5]
R-472 Negatives of Capt. Alfred Allee. 1-28-58.
[4 x 5]
R-473 Negatives of Capt. Clint Peoples. 1-28-58.
[8 x 10]
R-474 Negatives of Dudley White's horse in trailer, also Dudley and J.L. Rogers. 2-7-58.
[4 x 5]
R-475 Negatives of G.W. Burks. 1-22-58.
[4 x 5]
R-476 Bar-B-Q for Capt. Gully Cowsert - when he was discharged from Rangers.
[8 x 10]
R-477 Copy negatives of James McDowell, old time Texas Ranger. Copied 4-11-58.
[5 x 7]
R-478 Negatives of Dudley White
[4 x 5]
R-479 Negatives of Dudley White, horse and range equipment. 4-8-58.
[4 x 5]
R-480 Negatives of Captain Aldrich, Bronick Davis on horse talking to soldier made at Fort Hancock.
[5 x 7]
R-481 Copy negatives of old time Texas Ranger. Copied 5-14-58.
[5 x 7] [8 x 10]
R-482 Copy negative of old ranger picture. [Company A, 1905, Colorado City, Texas.] Copied May 1958.
[5 x 7]
R-484 Negatives of Rangers Walter Russell, Captain Alfred Allee and Dudley White. 5-28-58.
[4 x 5]
R-485 Copy negatives of old ranger pictures. Copied July 1958.
[5 x 7]
[Ben McCulloch by H.R. Marks [sp.] and Capt. Frank Moore.]
R-486 Negatives of Captain J.J. Klevenhagen. 8-19-59.
[4 x 5]
R-487 Negatives of gun (.45 automatic) given to Ranger Charlie Miller by Dr. Carlisle Marney. 10-28-58.
[8 x 10]
R-488 Ektacolor negatives of Ranger scene (boat) George Burnup, Warren Muston and J.L. Rogers
[4 x 5]
R-490 Ektacolor negatives of Ranger scenes (camp) Dudley White and Trenton Horton. 9-25-58.
[4 x 5]
R-491 Ektacolor negatives of Rangers using armored car in evicting criminal from house. 9-26-58.
[4 x 5]
R-492 Ektacolor negatives of Rangers, Jim Riddles, Capt. Clint Peoples and Trenton Horton making plaster cast. 9-30-58.
[4 x 5]
R-493 Ektacolor negative of Ranger Trenton Horton watering horse in creek. 9-30-58.
[4 x 5]
R-494 Negatives of Lester Robertson, Sgt. Ranger Division. 10-9-58.
[4 x 4]
R-496 Negatives of Pancho Villa Obregon, Villa and Gen. Pershing. 7-20-23
[8 x 10]
R-497 Negative of old Ranger Commission. May 1958.
[8 x 10]
R-498 Negatives (and prints) of Frank Probst, Captain, Texas Rangers. 12-17-58.
[5 x 7]
R-499 Negatives of Captain Clint Peoples and Sgt. Jim Riddle talking to Carol Ralphs, American Dairy Princess. 8-3-59.
[4 x 5]
R-500 Ektacolor negatives and negatives of Milburn Crick De Glandon in diving gear going over side of new Ranger boat. 8-10-59.
[4 x 5]
R-501 Negatives of Lake Placid Club, Seguin, Texas. Raided by Rangers and Intelligence Agents as gambling establishment. 8-22-59.
[4 x 5]
R-502 Negatives of gun collection - Ranger equipment for PIO 8-20-59.
[4 x 5]
R-503 Negatives of Ranger meetings of Region #6 at Lake Belton. and 8-31-1959 9-1-1959.
[4 x 5]
R-504 Negatives of Capt. Alfred Allee and his company and secretary. 9-4-59
[4 x 5]
R-505 Negatives of Ranger meeting of Region #1 at Brook Haven Lodge. 9-9 & 9-10, 1959.
[4 x 5]
R-506 Negative of James Arness, Marshall "Matt" Dillon of TV series, Gunsmoke and Capt. Clint Peoples of Texas Rangers. Copied 9-15-59.
[8 x 10]
R-507 Negatives of Ranger Co. E meeting at McLaughlins Diamond M Ranch, Snyder, Texas. November 12, 1959.
[4 x 5]
R-508 Negative of Col. Garrison receiving statute of Frontier Ranger and pack mule from K.R. Hamorszky, D.V.M. of Waco, Texas 12-11-59.
[4 x 5]
R-509 Negative of Grays photo of new special Rangers. Also in grays, Col. Garrison, Col. Fletcher, Comm. McLaughlin, and Ranger Captains, Banks and Peoples.
[8 x 10]
Loose photographs and folders without #'s.