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Descriptive Summary

Biographical Note

Scope and Contents

Arrangement

Restrictions

Index Terms

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Agriculture:

Animals:

Buildings:

Outhouses, unmounted 8"×10" prints, undated

People:

Ranching:

Scenic views:

Trains:

Veterinary medicine:

Windmills:

Negatives:

University of Texas, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History

A Guide to the James E. "Monk" Vance Photograph Collection, 1949-1985.



Descriptive Summary

Creator Vance, James E. "Monk"
Title: James E. "Monk" Vance Photograph Collection,
Dates: 1949-1985
Extent: 1,624 b&w photographic prints; 1 color photographic print; 1,500 photographic negatives
Language Materials are in English
Repository Dolph Briscoe Center for American HistoryThe University of Texas at Austin

Biographical Note

James E. "Monk" Vance, longtime Texas agricultural writer and photographer, was born in Iola, Texas, in 1918 and was raised in Bryan, Texas. Vance graduated from Texas A&M University with a BS in agriculture in 1941, and served in the U.S. Air Force from 1941 to 1946. He went to work for the Texas Agricultural Extension Service in 1946, and left in 1949 to become the farm and ranch editor at the Beaumont Enterprise. Vance returned to Texas A&M in 1954 as the assistant editor for the Agricultural Information Office. In 1959 he became agriculture editor of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. Vance returned once more to Texas A&M in 1978 as assistant editor for the Texas Agricultural Experiment Station. He retired in 1982, but continued to write for the Bryan-College Station Press until his death on March 16, 1987.

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Scope and Contents

Photographic subjects include ranching, farming, agricultural and veterinary science, livestock, and people of Texas who were involved in these activities. Special focus is on two of the photographer's employers, Texas A&M University and the Texas Agricultural Extension Service. Also pictured are politicians active in rural Texas affairs from the 1950s to the 1980s. A series of photographs documents western artist Peter Hurd at work.

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Arrangement

Negatives are arranged chronologically. Prints are generally arranged alphabetically by subject, and then by format.
Photographic prints in this collection are identified at item level with the exception of unmounted 8"×10" photographs, for which only folder level control exists. The colloquial language used in the photograph titles is derived from original titles and captions assigned by James E. "Monk" Vance. Corresponding vintage negatives exist for many of the photographic prints in the collection. However, the vintage negative date and photographic print date for the same image often are not the same. In addition, multiple copies of the same photographic print may have different dates. That is why a single title in the inventory may be followed by multiple dates.

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Restrictions

Access Restrictions

Access restrictions for portions of this collection. Contact repository for further information.

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Index Terms

Subjects (Persons)
Hurd, Peter
Kelton, Elmer
Mahan, Larry
Matthews, Watt
Ramsey, Ben
Rayburn, Sam, 1882-1961
Shivers, Allan, 1907-
Vance, James E., 1918-1987
Yarborough, Ralph Webster, 1903-
Subjects (Organizations)
Texas A&M University System
Texas Agricultural Extension Service
Holly Sugar Corporation
YO Ranch
Subjects
Photographs
4-H Clubs-Texas
Agricultural extension work--Texas
Agriculture-Texas
Livestock-Texas
Outhouses-Texas
Ranches-Texas
Texas longhorn cattle
Veterinary medicine-Texas
Windmills-Texas
Places
Fort Stockton (Tex.)
Fort Worth (Tex.)
Texas, West

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

James E. "Monk" Vance Photograph Collection, 1949-1985, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin.

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Detailed Description of the Collection

 

Agriculture:

Box
3Y504 Unmounted 8"×10" prints, (110) undated
Box
3Y494 Mounted 8"×10" prints (11"×14"):
H. M. Beachell, rice breeder at Texas Agricultural Extension Station at Beaumont, Texas, 1951
Levelling land for irrigation of rice crop near Hampshire, Texas, Bill Doornbos Farm, 1951
Seeding rice on Wallace farm near China, Texas, 1951
Storing "green chop" silage for dairy cattle near Beaumont, Texas, 1951
Log sawing contest near Woodville, Texas, 1952
A new "home made" oat variety near Kinder, Louisiana, 1952
Peckerwood Sawmill near Call, Texas, 1952
Pickin' blackeye peas near Romayon in Liberty County, Texas, 1952
Tractors crawl across rice country gumbo near Beaumont, Texas, 1952
Watermelon stand on High Island on Gulf Coast, 1952
Crushin' sugar cane near Kirbyville, Texas, 1953
"Syrup feeding crew," on B. H. Willis Ranch near Nome, Texas, 1953
Plowin' time on Texas Agricultural Extension Station near McGregor, Texas, 1954
"Lifeline," laborer guides water into field of onions on Texas Agricultural Extension Station at Crystal City, Texas, 1955
George Brown near Cayanosa, Pecos County, Texas, 1956
Cane syrup mill near Kirbyville, Texas, 1956
Don Jones of Lubbock, Texas, cotton breeder, 1956
R. E. Karper, sorghum breeder at Lubbock, Texas, 1956
"Pecos cantaloupes," 1956
J. C. Stephens and J. Roy Quimby, grain sorghum at Texas Agricultural Extension Station, Chillicothe, Texas, 1956
Stokin' the boiler with pine knots at syrup mill near Kirbyville, Texas, 1956
[Cotton pickers, A&M, Brazos River, ] 1957
Aerial view of Fort Worth Stockyards, 1958
[Cutting wheat or sorghum, ] 1958
Cuttin' sudan for green chop on South Plains, near Lubbock, Texas, 1958
Strippin' cotton on South Plains near Lubbock, Texas, Fall 1958
Custom culling wheat on W. R. "Bob" Poage Farm near Throckmorton, Texas, 1961
Cuttin' wheat near Seymour, Texas, W. R. Poage Farm, 1961
"Our Daily Bread," wheat harvest near Albany, Texas, 1961
Pecan harvest on Tisdale Ranch near San Saba, Texas, 1961
"Plantin' time," A. J. Kosurek with 4 row rig seeding sorghum, 1961, 1965
Driverless tractors near Plainview, Texas, 1962
Haulin' hay near Crowell, Texas, 1962
Stackin' and haulin' hay near Paducah, Texas, 1962
Clarence E. Tisdale sprays pecan trees near San Saba, Texas, 1962
Alvie Russell and oats near Throckmorton, Texas, 1963
Plowing to plant cotton near Plainview, Texas, 1964
Big plow power on S. R. "Pockets" Heard Farm near Plainview, Texas, 1964, 1965
Wilford Schuster of Priddy, Texas, rancher and "mistletoe merchant," 1965
Strippin' cotton near Lubbock, Texas, 1965
Dexter Lilly Yngo, Holly Sugar Corporation plant at Hereford, Texas, 1965
Box
3Y493 Handful of guar near Vernon, Texas, 1966
"Peach Pickin' Time" near Hamilton, Texas, 1966
Mr. Qualia, whose Val Verde Winery at Del Rio, Texas, was only one in Texas which survived "Prohibition Era," 1966
Front end saw and inventor near Hamilton, Texas, 1968
Front end brush cutter near Hamilton, Texas, 1969
John Grafa, dairy man, drouth near Fort Worth, Texas, 1972
Bernard Kopp of Kreem, wheat harvest gets underway near Haslet in Tarrant County, Texas, 1972
Peanut harvest on O. M. Contrell Farm near Comanche, Texas, [1972]
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Roark near Weatherford, Texas, 1972, 1974, 1975, undated
"Treating" mesquite with 2.4.5-T near Quanah, Texas, 1973
[Aerial sprayers for fire ants, Denton and Collin Counties, Addington Airport, ] April 1975
"Got over two inches," Jim Humphries, manager, Pitchfork Ranch, Guthrie, Texas, 1975
Wheat in hand, Mr. Thomason near Brownwood, Texas, 1975
Pickin' up pecans on O. P. Leonard Farm near Granbury, Texas, 1976
Dr. Kenneth B. Porter, wheat breeder at Texas Agricultural Extension Station (Bushland), Amarillo, Texas, 1978
Sam and Clarence Tisdale dwarfed by pecan tree near San Saba, Texas, 1978
Dr. Charles E. Simpson at Texas Agricultural Extension Station, Stephenville, Texas, peanut breeder, 1979, 1980
Balin' hay near Breckenridge, Texas, 1980
Dr. George Niles, cotton breeder; Carroll Chatoupka of Dalhart, Texas, and president, Texas Farm Bureau; Dr. Perry Adkinson, Vice Chancellor for Agriculture at Texas A&M University, touring A&M Plantation, 1980
Rice irrigation well near Eagle Lake, Texas, 1980
George Teates, of Texas Agricultural Extension Station, explains entomology research in grain plots to directors of Texas Farm Bureau, A&M Plantation, 1981
Mailboxes and newspaper boxes on a country road near Bryan-College Station, Texas, 1985
[Sorghum, ] undated
Shallow wells (300 ft.) supply ample water to irrigate peanuts in Eastland County, Texas, undated
[2 unidentified men in cowboy hats squatting in a field, ] undated
Box
3S233 Unmounted 11"×14" prints:
Plowin' time, plantin' sugarcane near Kirbyville, Texas, 1952
Watermelon crew, 1953
Cane syrup mill near Kirbyville, Texas, 1956
"Our Daily Bread," wheat harvest near Albany, Texas, 1961
Stackin' and haulin' hay near Paducah, Texas, 1962
[8 row rig, ] 1978
Mounted 11"×14" prints (14"×18"):
Cane syrup time in Deep East Texas, 1952
Plowin' time, plantin' sugarcane near Kirbyville, Texas, 1952
Watermelon crew, 1953
Stripping cotton near Lubbock, Texas, 1967
Peanut harvest, 1972
Drouth, John Grafa's Dairy near Godley, Texas, 1973
Ray Smyth and foreman on crackin' ground by drouth near Aledo, Texas, 1973

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Animals:

Box
3Y503 Cattle:
Unmounted 8"×10" prints, (69) undated
Box
3Y496 Mounted 8"×10" prints (11"×14"):
"The Freeze Took a Toll," between High Island and Sabine Pass, Texas on the Gulf Coast, 1950
Frozen cattle on the Gulf Coast near High Island and Sabine Pass, Texas, 1950
Charolais cattle smuggled from Mexico and impounded in Lafayette, Louisiana, 1952
A country livestock show in Deep East Texas, 1952
A country livestock show in Deep East Texas, calves compete, 1952
The Garlington family in Deep East Texas, 1952, 1953
Fairway Farm hosts Field Day near San Augustine, a class of polled herefords, 1952
"Feedin' syrup" on B. H. Willis Ranch near Nome, Texas, 1952
Hand feeding silage on Miss Ida Lowe's dairy near Silsbee, Texas, 1952
Miss Ida Lowe dairy in Deep East Texas near Kirbyville, Texas, 1952
Feeding molasses as supplement during drouth and in winter, B. H. Willis ranch, winter 1953
"Killin' ticks" on Boyt Ranch near Gilchrist, Texas, 1953
"Birthplace of performance testing," Balmorhea, Texas Agricultural Extension Station, 1956
Feedin' time at Gooch Feedlot near Dalhart, Texas, 1956
Registered jerseys graze on pasture near Tyler, Texas, 1956
One of the first big cattle feedlots on Texas Plains, Gooch's near Dalhart, Texas, 1957
Joe Richards and sons near Fairfield, Texas, 1963
Grand Champion Steer, San Antonio Livestock Exposition, Cattle lifts from Texas to Punta Arenas, Chile, 19671969
"Ear Taggin'" baby calf on League Ranch at Benjamin, Texas, 1970
"Stayin' Close to the Waterhole" on Walter Mize Ranch near Burleson, Texas, 1974
Cuttin' hoss', Chuck D'Haan Ranch at Graford, Texas, 1975
"Puttin' out feed" on a 6666 Ranch holding, Δ Ranch near Vernon, Texas, 1976
Dr. Charles Long of Texas A&M gives cattle dogs a workout, 1979
"Puttin' out winter feed," Glen Grote near Bryan, Texas, 1980
[Children petting Grand Champion, Livestock Exposition, Fort Worth, Texas, ] 1982
[Brahman by barbed wire fence, ] undated
Box
3S233 Unmounted 11"×14" prints:
Ear tagging a baby calf, on League Ranch at Benjamin, Texas, 1970
Brahaman by barbed wire fence, undated
Branding a calf, undated
Cows near windmill, undated
Mounted 11"×14" prints (14"×18"):
Cattle lifts, Texas to Punta Arenas, Chile, December 1969-1970
Penlot production of calves (beef) at Texas Agricultural Extension Station, Spur, Texas, 1969, 1970
Cuttin' hoss', Chuck D'Haan Ranch at Graford, Texas, 1975
Box
3Y503 Deer, unmounted 8"×10" prints, (6) undated
Dogs:
Unmounted 8"×10" print, (1) undated
Box
3Y498 Mounted 8"×10" prints (11"×14"):
Drunk dog, 1975
Hitch hikin' hound [on a tractor] near Burleson, Texas, 1968
Box
3Y503 Donkeys:
Unmounted 8"×10" prints, (1) undated
Box
3Y498 Mounted 8"×10" prints (11"×14"):
"Jeremiah-my neighbor," [donkey] owned by Dr. Mike Herron on Jones Road near College Station, Texas, 1981
Box
3Y503 Giraffes:
Unmounted 8"×10" prints, (3) undated
Box
3Y498 Mounted 8"×10" prints (11"×14"):
"By the Number," giraffes on the YO Ranch near Mountain Home, Texas, 1979
"The Tall Look," giraffes on the YO Ranch near Mountain Home, Texas, 1979
Box
3Y503 Goats:
Unmounted 8"×10" prints, (7) undated
Box
3Y495 Mounted 8"×10" prints (11"×14"):
A. B. Wilkinson and angora goats near Pearl, Texas, 1964
Shearing goats on Ed Jarrott Ranch near Juno, Texas, 1966
Gordon McCann untangles a hung up goat near Lometa, Texas, undated
Box
3Y503 Horses:
Unmounted 8"×10" prints, (6) undated
Box
3Y495 Mounted 8"×10" prints (11"×14"):
"Nudging," mare and foal, Texas A&M, 1956
Mare and foal, "Liquid nourishment," on Jack Tambro Ranch near Breckenridge, Texas, 1960
Horse trainer, Court Cleveland's ranch near Weatherford, Texas, 1966
"Lunch time," orphan foal "adopted" by a milk goat on ranch near Aledo, Texas, 1973
[Horses, Texas Hereford Tour, ] 1977
"The Ramada" of work horses on the Waggoner Ranch near Vernon, Texas, 1977
"Mare and foal," first equine embryo transplant in North America by Dr. Duane Kraemer of Texas A&M Veterinary School, 1978
[Horse standing by fence, ] undated
Box
3S233 Unmounted 11"×14" prints:
"Rest stop on the YO," 1978
Box
3Y503 Longhorn cattle:
Unmounted 8"×10" prints, undated
Box
3Y497 Mounted 8"×10" prints (11"×14"):
[Longhorn, ] 1953
Grazing on LBJ Ranch en route from San Antonio, Texas, to Dodge City, Texas, 1966
"Salt, sand and water," crossing the Red River during Texas Longhorn Cattle Drive, San Antonio, Texas, to Dodge City, Texas, 1966
Texas longhorns crossing Red River at Doan's Crossing, Commemorative Trail Drive, San Antonio, Texas, to Dodge City, Texas, 1966
Bicentennial Texas Longhorn Drive, San Antonio, Texas, to Lubbock, Texas,:
Donna Sue Gribble of Wichita, Kansas, 1976
Guadalupe Crossing, 1976
Heading for corral, 1976
A "lonesome Texas longhorn" on YO Ranch near Kerrville, Texas, 1978
Roundin' 'em up on the YO Ranch near Mountain Home, Texas, 1978
[Two longhorns, ] undated
Box
3S233 Unmounted 11"×14" prints:
Bicentennial Texas Longhorn Drive, San Antonio, Texas, to Lubbock, Texas, Guadalupe Crossing, 1976
A "lonesome longhorn" on the YO Ranch near Mountain Home, Texas, 1978
[Longhorn cattle drive, ] undated
Mounted 11"×14" prints (14"×18"):
Longhorns, 1951, 1978
Texas Longhorn Cattle Drive from San Antonio, Texas, to Dodge City, Texas, "Doan's Crossing," 1966
Box
3Y503 Pigs:
Unmounted 8"×10" prints, (6) undated
Box
3Y498 Mounted 8"×10" prints (11"×14"):
F. I. Dahlberg of Texas A&M judges county 4-H pig show in Deep East Texas, 1951
C. M. Caraway of DeLeon, veteran shorthorn cattle breeder and hog farmer, 1960
"Hawg Heavin'," near Springtown, Texas, 1975, 1976
[Pig scenes, Herman Petty, Brazos river, ] 1976
Hog farmer near Stephenville, Texas, undated
Box
3Y503 Sheep:
Unmounted 8"×10" prints, undated
Box
3Y495 Mounted 8"×10" prints (11"×14"):
"Feelin' a fleece," sheep performance test and selection of best sheep for breeding flocks, Charles Schreiner, III and ranch hand on YO Ranch near Mountain Home, Texas, 1956
Sorting sheep on YO Ranch, 1956
Leo Richardson Ranch near Iraan, Texas, 1961, 1964
"Pickin' for Something to Eat," on Leo Richardson Ranch near Iraan, Texas, 1965
Gene Hicks of Hico, Texas, and Hampshires, 1971
Gene Hicks of Hico, Texas, and Hampshire lamb, 1973
[Sheep in a flat field, ] undated
Sheep on Leo Richardson Ranch, undated
Box
3S233 Mounted 11"×14" prints (14"×18"), 1963
Box
3Y503 Turkeys:
Unmounted 8"×10" prints, (5) undated
Box
3S233 Unmounted 11"×14" print, (1) undated

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Buildings:

Box
3Y493 Mounted 8"×10" prints (11"×14"):
Ol' pole barn on a ranch near Jacksboro, Texas, 1973
"Ol' Storm Cellar" on ranch near Jacksboro, Texas, 1973, 1975
"An Ol' Crib" near Jones Road near College Station, Texas, 1981, 1982
Box
3S233 Unmounted 11"×14" prints:
"An Ol' Crib" near Jones Road near College Station, Texas, 1981
Mounted 11"×14" prints (14"×18"):
"An Ol' Crib" near Jones Road near College Station, Texas, 1981

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Box
3Y504 Outhouses, unmounted 8"×10" prints, (18) undated

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People:

Box
3Y502 Unmounted 8"×10" prints, (160) undated
Unmounted 8"×10" color print, (1) undated
Box
3Y499 Mounted 8"×10" prints (11"×14"):
Saddlemaker at St. Martinville, Louisiana, 1950
Jules Artigues, blacksmith, Opelousas, Louisiana, 1952
U. S. Representative Jack B. Brooks of Beaumont, Texas, visits constituents in Deep East Texas during first term in Congress, "A Day With Bill Daniel," 1951, 1952
Cajun trapper on Sabine Wildlife Preserve in Cameron Parrish, Louisiana, 1952
Bill and Vara Daniel and kiddos of Romayon, Texas, 1952
Jasper County agent Grady King visits the Garlingtons, 1952
Burton Fortenberry, Big Thicket taxidermist near Woodville, Texas, 1953
Governor Allan Shivers on his farm near Woodville, Texas, 1953
James E. Vance and Calvin Pigg, Farm director, WBAP, 1955
West Texas drouth tour, San Angelo, Texas, President Eisenhower and D. W. Williams leave Goodfellow Air Force Base; Agriculture Secretary Benson and Interior Secretary also in picture, 1956
W. B. Starr of Eastland, Texas, 1961
Ranchers Jess Koy of Eldorado and Bryan Hunt of Sonora, Texas, 1963
John Russell "Hondo" Crouch family at Fredricksburg, Texas, 1964
Peter Hurd, 1964
Dennis O'Rourke, President of Holly Sugar Corporation; Governor John B. Connally; Beaman Fisher, Chairman, Texas Electric Service Company, and President West Texas Chamber of Commerce at dedication of Holly Sugar mill at Hereford, 1964
John M. Lewis, President, Fort Worth Stockyards Company, 1965
Mesquite Field Day near Quanah, Texas, Mr. Howard; Secretary of Agriculture, Orville Freeman; and U. S. Representative Graham B. Purcell, December 1965
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Scofield of Austin, Texas, shorthorn cattle breeder and judge, 1965
Mrs. S. M. "Brownie" Harvick, wonderful woman and rancher, 40 miles south of Ozona, Texas, 1966
James Tullos "Happy" Shahan of Brackettville, Texas, on set of "Alamo," 1966
Heston McBride family near Llano, Texas, 1967
Mrs. W. H. Huggins of Mansfield, Texas, 1968
[Unidentified man with 3 black angus, ] 1968?
Worked for Ray Jones of Lampassas, Texas, 1968
Horace Garrett and daughter near Big Springs, Texas, 1969
Dale Malecheck, manager LBJ Ranch, Stonewall, Texas, 1969
Box
3Y500 Elmo Klingenberg, President, Forth Worth Stockyards Company, 1970
Marion Porter and grandson, 1970
Lance Sears near Sweetwater, Texas, 1970
"Mr. Sam" Swann of Merkel, Texas, 1970, 1974
Train conductor, 1970
Ray W. Wilson, manager of agriculture and livestock, State Fair of Texas, 1971
Mr. Worthington of Jacksboro, Texas, 1971
Henry Beseda near Hillsboro, Texas, 1972
W. T. and Mamie Crouch, dairyman of Arlington, later lived near Itasca, Texas, 1972
Conservation ranch woman, Mrs. Bessie Holt of Graford, Texas, 1972
"Restin' a Spell," at Snyder, Texas, 1972
Mr. Guy O'Neal of Brownwood, Texas, hatmaker for 44 years, 1973
Athletic great Bob Richards, wife, and "adopted" kids near Thurber, Texas, 1973
M. L. "Boss" Smith near Jacksboro, one of five original Texas (Corn Club) 4-H Club members, 1973
[Unidentified man and woman with cows, ] 1973
Otho Coburn, Fort Worth, Texas, caterer and Gail Dudley, rancher at Comanche, Texas, 1974
Oscar L. Gray of Arlington, Texas, nurseryman and pecan breeder, 1974
Larry Mahon, Don "Windy" Ryon, B. F. Phillips at Phillips Ranch near Frisco, Texas, 1974
Leo Potishman, owner of Vita-Way Feed Inc., Fort Worth, Texas, at ranch near Granbury, Texas, 1974
J. L. "Dusty" Rhoades of Odessa, Texas, rancher, businessman, President of the American Quarter Horse Association, 1974
Don "Windy" Ryon, western wear merchant and Don "Whistle" Ryon, Jr., Fort Worth, Texas, 1974
Three generations of Saunders: Tom B., Jr., Tom B., III, and Tom B., IV, of Weatherford, Texas, cattle ranchers and cattle merchants, 1974
Harold Taft of WBAP-TV, Fort Worth, Texas, 1974
Craddock Ulmer of Morgan Mill, Texas, 1974
T. A. Chapman of Fort Worth, Texas, famed saddlemaker, 1975
William C. "Bill" Donnell, President, Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association, Lightening Ranch near Marathon, Texas, 1975
Bill and Roxanne Donnell, Lightening Ranch near Marathon, Texas, 1975
Mrs. Dorothy Gage Holland Forkker, 1975
Ted (Tex-O Ted) Gouldy, early master of ceremonies for western swing bands, radio livestock market news reporter, and publisher of Livestock News Weekly at Fort Worth, Texas, 1975
Dorothea Griffin of Lawn, Texas, 1975
Herman Kreid, 1975
Daria Ratian, thoroughbred horse producer at Grapevine Lake and fashion coordinator for Nieman Marcus Inc., Dallas, Texas, 1975
Mr. Ray Smyth of Aledo near Fort Worth, Texas, cattleman and first President, American Cutting Horse Association, 1975
Henry W. Turney, 1975
James E. Vance and Don C. Clark, 1975
James E. Vance, agriculture writer, Fort Worth Star-Telegram; Arthur Hale, Secretary of Cotton Bowl; Dan C. Clark, manager of Agriculture-livestock, State Fair of Texas, 1975
[James E. Vance with one unidentified man, ] 1975
[James E. Vance with two unidentified men, ] 1975
Box
3Y501 Anne Armstrong of Armstrong, Texas, "Ambassador to England," 1976
Oliver Harper of Presidio, Texas, 1976
Watt and Joe Matthews of Albany, Texas, 1976
Watt Matthews gets coffee from John, who camps and fishes on Matthews Ranch near Albany, Texas, 1976
Ace Reid, Donna Sue Gribble, James E. Vance, 1976
Dr. R. C. Potts, Associate Dean of Agriculture, Texas A&M University, "Retirement," 1977
"Miss Anne" Burnet Waggoner Hall Windfohr Tandy, owner of the 6666 Ranch, Fort Worth, Burkburnett, and Guthrie, Texas, 1977
Dr. Earl Gilmore, Vernon, Texas Agricultural Extension Station; Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Swenson of Stamford SMS Ranch; Dr. W. J. "Dub" Waldrip of Stamford, president, American National Cattlemen's Association, 1979
Artist W. M. "Buck" Schweitz, 1979, 1980
Bruce Swenson, rancher, and Clyde H. Wells, board chair of Texas A&M University, 1979
Clyde H. Wells, Chaiman of the Board at Texas A&M University; Helenita Kleberg Groves; Jim Clements, President of King Ranch at Kingsville, Texas, 1980
"Mom" Carleton of Bryan, Texas, 1981
Dr. R. D. Lewis, former director of Texas Agricultural Extension Station; H. M. Beachell, world renowned rice breeder; Dr. H. O. Kunkel, Dean of Agriculture at Texas A&M University, 1981
Dr. Gene T. King and D. W. Williams, former President of Texas A&M, 1982
Two old typewriter jockeys, Roy Roddy of Dallas Morning News and James E. Vance of Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 1982
James E. Vance and Dr. R. C. Potts, 1982
D. W. Williams, former president of Texas A&M University and Arthur Hansen, chancellor of Texas A&M System, 1982
Larry Blackmon, Fort Worth real estate developer and rancher at Paradise, Texas, undated
Governor John B. Connally and saddle, undated
Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Hickman, undated
Jim Humphries, Manager Pitchfork Ranch and George Humphrey, manager 6666 Ranch, Guthrie, Texas, undated
Tom Masurek near Comanche, Texas, undated
James L. Powell and wife Nancy, cattle-sheep-goat rancher at Fort McKavitt, Texas, later Chairman of the Board of Regents, University of Texas System, undated
Lieutenant Governor Ben Ramsey and daughter, undated
[James E. Vance receives award, ] undated
[James Vance, Donna Sue Gribble, and unidentified man, ] undated
[James E. Vance sitting with unidentified man, ] undated
[James E. Vance with one unidentified man and a wild boar, ] undated
The Parker Yarboroughs at Era, Texas, undated
[Four unidentified men standing next to cattle pen, ] undated
Box
3S233 Unmounted 11"×14" prints:
Unidentified man with white beard, undated
Two unidentified men on horseback, undated
Mounted 11"×14" prints (14"×18"):
Peter Hurd, 1964

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Ranching:

Box
3Y504 Unmounted 8"×10" prints, (14) undated
Box
3Y495 Mounted 8"×10" prints (11"×14"):
"Boty Ranch cowboys" on Gulf Coast near Port Boliver, Texas, 1953
Howard Derrick utilized airplane and horses to operate ranches at Eldorado, Texas, and near San Saba, Texas, manager Freck Barber, August 1965
Conservation on ranch near Granbury, Texas, 1975
Texas Hereford Tour at Pitchfork Ranch near Guthrie, Texas, 1976
"Band of mares and foals" on 6666 Ranch near Guthrie, Texas, 1977
"Saddlin' up" on Waggoner Ranch near Vernon, Texas, 1977
Chuck wagon cookin' on YO Ranch near Kerrville, Texas, 1980
[12 cowboys on horseback, ] undated
Box
3S233 Mounted 11"×14" prints (14"×18"):
"Rest Stop at the YO," 1978

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Scenic views:

Box
3Y504 Unmounted 8"×10" prints, (48) undated
Box
3Y498 Mounted 8"×10" prints (11"×14"):
Badlands of South Dakota, 1978
Box
3S233 Unmounted 11"×11" print:
Fisheye view of unidentified city, undated

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Trains:

Box
3Y504
Unmounted 8"×10" prints, (4) undated
Box
3S233 Unmounted 11"×14" prints:
[Southern Pacific train on bridge, ] undated

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Veterinary medicine:

Box
3Y502 Unmounted 8"×10" prints, (10) undated
Box
3Y498 Mounted 8"×10" prints (11"×14"):
Dr. Wiley Horn, USDA, and assistant draw "first blood" in Brucellosis Control Program in Tarrant County, Texas, 1965
Dr. Jerry Caldwell of Texas A&M "bloodtypes" a YO Ranch Texas longhorn cow, 1977
Dr. Don Davis, [with coyote], 1979
Dr. Duane Kraemer and "embryo foal," 1980
[Calf about to be tagged or get a shot, ] undated

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Box
3Y502 Windmills:
Unmounted 8"×10" prints, (10) undated
Box
3Y498 Mounted 8"×10" prints (11"×14"):
Cattle at windmill near Spur, Texas, 1958
An ol' windmill between Aspermont and Spur, Texas, 1963
Milling around at the windmill on a ranch near Dickens, Texas, 1964
Windmill on Texas Agricultural Extension Station land near Rocksprings, Texas, 1980
Cattle at windmill near Spur, Texas, undated
Box
3S233 Mounted 11"×14" prints (14"×18"):
Old windmill between Aspermont and Spur, Texas, 1964

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Negatives:

RESTRICTED:
Box
3Y505 A Brahmalo (Brahman female bred to Buffalo bull) owned by A. J. Marceau at Kaplan, Louisiana, September 1949
Harvest festivals in Southwest Louisiana, 1950-1954
Puttin' out silage in Deep East Texas, 1950
Peckerwood sawmill near Kirbyville, Texas, March 1950
Cajun saddle maker, New Iberia, Louisiana, September 1950
Plowin' in Gumbo near China, Texas, December 1950
Cow-calf production in confinement at Texas Agricultural Extension Station-Spur, 1951
Sow and litter in Deep East Texas, 1951
Taxidermist Burton Fortenberry near Colmesniel, Texas, February 1951
4-H and Future Farmers of America cow, calf and hog shows in East Texas, Spring 1951
Charles J. Ephlan of Groves (near Beaumont) peddles vegetables in a T-Model truck, April 1951
Pickin' peas in Southeast Texas, Summer 1951
Cane syrup time in Deep East Texas, 1952
Future Farmers of America log sawing around Woodville, Texas, 1952
Grass silage near Beaumont, Texas, 1952
Land levellin' around Hampshire, Texas, for rice irrigation, Bill Doornbos farm, 1952
"Plowin' Time", plantin' surgarcane near Kirbyville, Texas, 1952
Sugarcane mill, New Iberia, Louisiana, 1952
Watermelon time, Deep East Texas, 1952
An ol' Texas Longhorn, Jim T. White Ranch at Winnie-Stowell, Texas, May 1952
Governor Allan Shivers near Woodville, Texas, June 1952
Covered wagon and ox team, New Iberia, Louisiana, September 1952
Miss Ida Lowe, dairy in Deep East Texas, near Kirbyville, Texas, November 1952
Blacksmith Jules Artigues, Opelousas, Louisiana, December 1952
Typical Brahman cow and calf on Gulf Coast, December 1952
Calf scramble at Beaumont, Texas,: 16 Future Farmers of America and 4-H boys and 8 calves, 1953
Syrupfeedin' crew, B. H. Willis Ranch at Nome, Texas, 1953
The Garlington's, Brahmans and gunfighters, Deep Jasper County, Texas, 1953
Watermelon crew, 1953
Mr. Elmer, Pat and Cecil Boyt, cowboys and cattle near Bolivar, Texas, March 1953
Seeding rice by airplane on Wallace Farm near China, Texas, Spring 1953
A. A. Broussard and son with Charolais smuggled from Mexico to Southwest Louisiana at Lafayette, Louisiana; A. A. got 5 years in federal penitentiary, October 1953
A&M Plantation, field day scenes showing how transportation, public address systems and something to see attracts visitors, June 1954
Main Station, mosaic of agriculture in Texas used in exhibit at State Fair of Texas, mid 1950's
McGregor, tractors in echelon break dirt in spring plowing, Spring 1956
Main Station (campus), mare and colt used for research and teaching about horses, Spring 1956
Breakin' ground at McGregor, Texas, Spring 1956
Balmorhea, birthplace of performance testing of beef cattle, August 1956
High bridge across Pecos River near Comstock, Texas, August 1956
Penning sheep on YO Ranch near Mountain Home, Texas, September 1956
West Texas Drouth tour San Angelo, Texas; President Eisenhower and D. W. Williams leave Goodfellow Air Force Base; agriculture secretary Benson and interior secretary also in picture, Winter 1956
Tyler, herd of excellent Jersey cows on research pasture, Summer 1957
A&M Plantation, laborers harvest and sack castor beans for further study in crossing for hybridization, July 1957
Cotton pickers, A&M, Brazos River, 1958
Driverless tractors near Plainview, Texas, 1958
Green Chop, cutting sorghum for silage near Plainview, Texas, Fall 1958
Favorite photos of people and action on YO Ranch near Mountain Home, Texas, 1959-1978
Old Tascosa, Boy's Ranch, Boot Hill Cemetery, August 1959
Palo Duro Canyon is a gorgeous bunch of erosion southeast of Amarillo, Texas, August 1959
JA Ranch headquarters in Palo Duro Canyon, August 1959
Cayanosa Farms cotton gin near Fort Stockton, Texas, August 1959
Angora goats, Mills County, Texas, August 1959
"Puttin' Out Feed", Gooch's Feedlot near Dalhart, Texas, August 1959
Fort Worth Stockyards, December 1959
Craftin' pecans at Texas A&M nursery, tools and procedure, March 1960
"Plantin' Time," A. J. Kocurek with 4-row rig seeding sorghum, March 1960
Big machinery, 8-row rig on S. R. "Pockets" Heard farm near Plainview, Texas, April 1960
Community Improvement Tour by Agricultural Extension Service of Soda Springs in Comanche County, Texas, April 1960
Dairy cattle graze, C. B. Williams, Comanche, Texas, May 1960
Former dairy specialist and acting director of Texas Agricultural Extension Service, E. R. "Hico" Eudaly of Colleyville, Texas, June 1960
"Homework," Leo Richardson of Iraan, Texas, August 1960
Turkeys, several flock pictures on Griffin Farm near Santa Anna, Texas, August 1960
Dell City, Texas, scenes with Charles Thomas, bean harvest, feedlots, haying, irrigation, and cantaloupes, August 1960
C. E. Tisdale family spraying, gathering and processing pecans, August-November 1960
Lubbock, Texas, cutting grain sorghum for green chop for silage, Fall 1960
Cotton rot invades field near Hillsboro, Texas, September 1960
High yielding grain sorghum on Pockets Heard Farm near Petersburg, Texas, September 1960
Bob J. Traweek of Dublin, Texas, O.Y.F of the year, March 1961
Cowboys and cattle, Texas Agricultural Extension Station-Throckmorton, Texas, April 1961
Cuttin' wheat near Throckmorton, Texas, W. R. Poage Farm, May 1961
Cuttin' wheat on Lawrence Harmel farm near Albany, Texas, May 1961
Hogs on range, C. M. Caraway, DeLeon, Texas, May 1961
Early day cattle feeder, Billy and Phil Gannaway, Waxahachie, Texas, June 1961
Filling and packing trench silo near Burleson, Texas, Summer 1961
J. C. Stephens and J. Roy Quinby, developed hybrid grain sorghum, August 1961
Sheep in West Texas at Iraan, Texas, 1962
Turkeys on B&D Turkey Ranch near Meridian, Texas, October 1962
Peanut water, 1963
Cautious sheep (goat) dog near Wilkerson Ranch at Pearl, Texas, 1963
Cranfill's Gap, Texas, Hubert Viertel produces goats which will grow mohair 12 to 15 inches long, January 1963
Colorado, Bennie Fichte and Macyl Orman check sugar beets on tour near Denver, January 1963
"Sack Feedin'," Jack Atwood near Graham, Texas, February 1963
Angora goats on A. B. Wilkinson Ranch near Pearl, Texas, March 1963
Houston, Texas, veteran Harris County agent Dan D. Clinton, and agricultural leader Sherman W. Clark, March 1963
McGregor, Texas, United States Representative W. R. "Bob" Poage breaks bread with visitors at annual field day, May 1963
Agricultural operations at Texas Department of Corrections, Byron Frierson and Paul Newton, May 1963
Bloodhound tracking demonstration at Texas Department of Corrections near Sugarland, Texas, May 1963
Bamboo, Homer W. Hutchens has success growing bamboo near Grandview, Texas, June 1963
Parker County peaches, S. L. Moss and son harvest early crop of special Parker County peaches near Weatherford, Texas, June 1963
Gatesville, Texas, Edwin S. Winfield feeds his old time grist mill to grind white corn for meal to specific customers, June 1963
Kelly Kearney produces top quality angora goats at Lampassas, Texas, June 1963
Luke Miller checks sugar beet growth on his farm near Plainview, Texas, July 1963
Angora Goat Raiser's Association activities at Fredericksburg, Texas, August 1963
Carl A Martin, Jr. and father, near Menard, Texas, raise long bodied and rangy Herefords and good sheep, August 1963
Fred T. Earwood and son Aror of Sonora are among top leaders in angora goat and mohair production, August 1963
Threshing peanuts on H. O. Cantrell farm near Comanche, Texas, September 1963
Lipan, Vern L. Tipton gathers eggs from some 19,000 layers in "Chicken City" near Lipan, Texas, October 1963
O. P. Leonard, reputedly Texas' biggest pecan producer and son-in-law James Anthony, October 1963
Bronze Turkey Tom on Griffin Farm near Santa Anna, Texas, 1964
Lambing time, Hamilton and Maudie Choate at Olnew, Texas, Spring 1964
Adolf Steiler, angora goat king in the of Comfort, Texas, 1940's and 1950'sApril 1964
Miss Mohair of Universe, Becky Crouch, Hondo Crouch family, Fredericksburg, Texas, April 1964
Texas Animal Health Commission as group flew Rio Grande from El Paso, Texas, to Brownsville, Texas, to see import facilities from Mexico, May 1964
An old wooden windmill between Aspermont and Spur, Texas, June 1964
Jess Koy, Eldorado, Texas, angus and quarter horses, June 1964
Dedication of Texas' first big beet sugar mill, Holly Sugar corporation; Dennis O'Rourke, John Connally, Peter Hurd, C. T. McLaughlin and Beaman Fisher, September 1964
Sugar beets on Raymond Higginbotham farm near Hereford, September 1964
Peter Hurd paints, San Patricio, New Mexico, September 1964
Cattle branding systems, Joe W. Richards and sons near Fairfield, Texas, October 1964
Mrs. W. H. Juggins near Mansfield, Texas, makes phoning from her pigpen convenient, October 1964
Guar, seed and hulls in hand and a field scene near Vernon, Texas, October 1964
Veteran ranchers Jess Koy, and Bryan Hunt of Eldorado and Sonora, Texas, 1965
First animal blood tested for Brucellosis in Tarrant County Texas, "clean up" drive, January 1965
A&M, Professor Fred R. Brison with pecans on his farm near Holland, Texas, March 1965
Poor man-rich man-poor man: Ernest F. Medders of Muenster, Texas; he and his wife spent some two million dollars of somebody else's money; he died; she went to prison, March 1965
Wheat being combined near Albany, Texas, Spring 1965
Elmer Kelton, western novelist, April 1965
Brewer's spent grain, cattle thrive on it near Fort Worth, Texas, May 1965
Fritz Lehmberg of Mason, Texas, has good management and production with a combination of cattle, sheep and goats grazing his ranges, Summer 1965
Cow "cooling it" near Roanoke, Texas, July 1965
Horse trainer, Court's Cleveland Ranch near Weatherford, Texas, July 1965
Seedless watermelons, Tarrant County Extension Agent Wayman Alexander and Dorsey Adams near Kennedale, Texas, July 1965
Seedless watermelons, Wayman Alexander, Tarrant ACAA, and Dorsey Adams in tests near Fort Worth, Texas, July 1965
Howard Derrick utilizes airplane and horses to operate ranches at Eldorado and near San Saba, Texas, manager Freck Barber, August 1965
Mr. and Mrs. Dale Roark near Weatherford, Texas, October 1965
Mistletoe merchant, ranch 1965
Cigarettes made from lettuce, Bravo Smokes at Hereford, Texas, December 1965
Strippin' cotton near Wellington, Texas, December 1965
Mesquite Field Day near Quanah, Texas, Mr. Howard; Secretary of Agriculture, Orville Freeman; and U. S. Representative Graham B. Purcell, December 1965
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Scofield, Shorthorn breeders near Austin, Texas, December 1965
"Vigilantes," Emil Marks, Travis Marks, Ron Long, Kenny House, Ace Reid on Guadalupe River at Lyndon Baines Johnson Ranch, June 1966
Texas Longhorn Cattle Drive from San Antonio, Texas, to Dodge City, Texas, scenes along the trail, June-July 1966
Peanut harvest, Rackley Farm at Proctor, Texas, October 1966
Cattle stop for a drink on Ray Smyth Ranch near Aledo, Texas, 1967
Old water pump makes good stand for mailbox near Waxahachie, Texas, 1968
Digging peanuts near Eastland, Texas, 1968
Jane Hodgkins, April 1968
"Taggin' a Calf," League Ranch at Benjamin, Texas, Jack Idol and Stanton Brown, November 1968
An ol'-timer sets and looks at albino buffalo statue and plaque in Snyder - "All American City," April 1969
Turkey flock near Meridian, Texas, October 1969
Favorite photos of three cattlelifts, Tex-Magellan Straits of Chile, December 1969, 1970, 1971
Cattlelifts, Texas to Punta Arenas, Chile, December 1969-January 1970
Frank Reeves, early 1970's
Itasca, W. T. and Mamie Crouch, long time dairy industry leader, early 1970's
Grady Shepherd, feedlot operator near Plainview, Texas, 1970
200 years of combined ranching know-how at TSCRA convention, Adolf Steiler of Comfort, Texas, El Paso, Texas, 1970
Jim Humphrey, manager Pitchfork Ranch, George Humphries, manager 6666 Ranch, Guthrie, Texas, 1970
Marion Porter and great-grandson, June 1970
Scroungin Hereford, range fire near Possum Kingdom, August 1970
Working cattle, Lance Sears Ranch at Sweetwater, September 1970
Longhorns, Loyd Jinkens, Fort Worth, Texas, November 1971
Cotton pickin' near Lubbock, Texas, December 1971
Stripping cotton near Lubbock, Texas, 1972
Sam Swain of Merkel, Texas, May 1972
Dorothea Griffin of Lawn, rancher, May 1972
Women hoe hands, A&M Plantation, June 1972
Mexico with Vicky and Gorge, November 1972
Old barns and storm cellars, Ellis Stark Ranch near Jacksboro, Texas, April 1973
Mistletoe tree, December 1973
Farm machinery graveyard, March 1974
"Cuttin' Hoss'," Chuck D'Haan Ranch at Graford, Texas, November 1974
Turner's mill and grinding stone, a spring where early settlers stopped in Coryell County south of Gatesville, Texas, April 1975
Mesquite spray demonstration at field day near Quanah, Texas, also root plowing with big rig, August 1975
Ben Gearhart Ranch, Davis Mountains, August 1975
Miss Anne Burnett-Tandy and Big Horse, son of Secretariat, 1976
Pig scenes, Herman Petty, Brazos River, May 1976
Texas Longhorn Bicentennial Trail Drive from San Antonio, Texas, to Lubbock, Texas, July 1976
Peanut Harvest near Gorman, Texas, November 1976
"Hoss' Wash," in East Fort Worth, Texas, September 1977
"Hawg Heavin'," near Springtown, Texas, April 1977
Mature grain sorghum, August 1977
Uvalde, Texas, horse and windmill scene on ranch near Spofford (exp. ranch) of Center at Uvalde, Texas, May 1978
Texas Longhorns on YO Ranch, May 1978
Weslaco, Texas, palms in Rio Grande Valley, May 1978
First foal produced by embryo transplant in North America, a quarter horse filly, June 1978
Main Station, Dr. Fred Miller searches test heads for development of new cytoplasmic male sterile grain sorghums, August 1978
Windmill near Rocksprings, Texas, March 1980
E. M. "Buck" Schweitz, April 1980
Texas Farm Bureau directors and A&M research and agriculture people at Plantation, July 1980
Old barn, balin' hay, old house, round oil tanks in Stephens County, Texas, July 1980
Mobil tanks at Desdemona, Texas, July 1980
Putting out feed, Glenn Grote near Bryan, Texas, 1980
Shipping fever, Texas Agricultural Extension Station-Bushland, 1981
Mrs. R. E. "Mom" Carleton of Bryan, Texas, 1981
Judging team, December 1985
Corralin' cattle, A. J. Marceaux, Kaplan, Louisiana, undated
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3Y506 Jack Brooks, and "Mr. Sam" Rayburn, 1952
Sabine Wildlife Refuge, Southwest Louisiana, January 1953
Fairway Farm Field Day, San Augustine, Texas, 1953
Dam across Trinity River near Anahuac-Liberty, Texas, 1953
White heron fish fry at Anahuac, Texas, 1953
Working calves, Kinder, Louisiana, 1953
Farmer near Pitkin, Louisiana who developed new oats, 1953
Proctor Dam near Comanche, Texas, August 1962
Dairying, four generation at Trickham, Texas, September 1962
West Texas fair, Abilene, Texas, Hereford show, September 1962
Fat Polled Hereford at Coleman, Texas, November 1962
Texas Angus futurity, Fort Worth, Texas, March 9, 1964
Champ Jersey, J. Fred Davis, March 15, 1964
Crestview Farm, Aledo, Texas, Julian R. Meeker, May 18, 1964
Diversified sandyland farm, J. D. Sargent, Tolar, Texas, July 1, 1964
J. C. (Togo) Moore House, Benjamin-Knox City, Texas, August 1964
John Burton of Comanche, Texas, August 30, 1964
James and Johnny Demases, September 1964
Branding system, Joe W. Richards, Fairfield, Texas, October 3, 1964
Wheat, cattle, Dee Showers family of Harrold, Texas, October 1964
Egg business, K. W. McCullough, Rendon-Oak Grove, Texas, November 18, 1964
Cotton farmer, grain, livestock, Pat Bouchelle, Wellington, Texas, December 1964
Spur collection, Lloyd Mitchell, Gatesville, Texas, January 1965
Cattle horses, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Medders, Muenster, Texas, March 1965
Hogs and cattle, Raymond and J. W. Winkel, Llano, Texas, April 26, 1965
Cotton, wheats, and grain, Alvie Ressell, Munday, Texas, May 1965
Greyhounds, horses, and cattle, R. A. Brown, Throckmorton, Texas, May 1965
Red Brahmans, C. E. Yoakum, Cherokee, Texas, May 24, 1965
Edgar Dietz, family bakery at Fredericksburg, Texas, August 1965
Family museum, Tom B. Saunders, III, Weatherford, Texas, September 1965
Agricultural Hall of Fame, Bonner Springs, Missouri, October 1965
L. H. Worthington, Jacksboro, Texas, January 1966
Fat blocky steer at San Antonio, Texas, show, Jackie Henson, February 1966
Peach blossoms, Jimmie H. McDaniel, Parker County, Texas, March 1966
1,000 cow dairy, R. J. Smelley, Fort Worth, Texas, March 1966
James L. Powell, brush control with foam at Eldorado, Texas, March 1966
M. J. Neeley Ranch at Peaster, Texas, April 1966
Polled Hereford bull at Morgan, Texas, April 1966
Dr. Kenneth Porter, hybrid wheat at Bushland Station, April 1966
Qualia owner, Texas' only winery, Val Verde at Del Rio, Texas, August 1966
Amistad Dam at Del Rio, Texas, under construction, August 1966
Alamo Village, James T. "Happy" Shahan of Brackettville, Texas, August 1966
Veal factory, Q. M. Yandell, August 12, 1966
L. W. Little, front end brush cutter at Hamilton, September 1966
Turkeys at Meridian, Texas, October 1966
Cotton bale, Burris C. Jackson, Hillsboro, Texas, January 1967
Fort Worth Stockyards, January 1967
3-way crossbreeding, Jack Mayson, Little Hoss Ranch, Godley, Texas, January 1967
San Antonio Stock Show, February 1967
Frank Courtney, one man feedlot at Jonesboro, Texas, March 1967
Dr. Wiley Horn bleeding a cow, Brucellosis test blood at Tarrant County, Texas, March 1967
92 year old rancher, Frank Allen at Goree, Texas, April 1967
Cattle ranch, C. M. Ulmer, Morgan's Mill, Texas, April 5, 1967
Sheep rancher, Clinton Hodges, Sterling City, Texas, May 1967
Club lambs, Glynn Sanders, Mullin, Texas, June 1967
Paint horses, 3 Stock Farm, Iowa Park, Texas, June 1967
Fred Cowles and twin sons, Parker County peaches near Weatherford, Texas, June 1967
James Demasas, grapes in Metroplex at Arlington, Texas, July 1967
Percussion pecan cracker at Fort Worth, Texas, July 1967
Hog barns near Burleson, Texas, August 1967
Bill Walton's Herefords, good bulls grazing at Breckenridge, Texas, August 1967
W. L. Sides, pecan shaker maker at Goldthwaite, Texas, October 1967
Pastures, Santa Gertrudis, Moe Cromeens, Palo Pinto, Texas, November 1967
Goodyear Farms, Litchfield Park, Arizona, December 1967
M. J. Neely, Jay Streetman, Ermelo Love grass, T. R. F. demonstration, March 1968
Angus herd, Mrs. Theo F. Cromer, Aledo, Texas, March 6, 1968
Wade Moore of Aledo, railroad-tie hay racks and man-by-lake conservation, April 1968
C. E. Fisher, Mr. Bill Swenson, George Humphries, Jim Humphrey; Pitchfork Ranch at Guthrie, mesquite control - range improvement, May 1968
Gabe Anderson and Cap Naegle, feedlot at Bovina, Texas, May 1968
Feedlots on Texas Plains, May 1968
Mr. Bill Swenson and cowboy with herd, S. M. S. Ranch at North Ranch
Shearing sheep, May 1968
Tom Harpool, sturdy wheat at Sanger, Texas, June 1968
Guy O'Neill and Bob Ryon, Western hat maker, August 1968
U. S. Representative Purcell and Boss Smith, "4-H marker dedication, at Jacksboro", Texas, September 1968
Ray Hardwick and Azle, "Burros & Sheep dogs," September 1968
Ford-Henderson Ranch, "Cattle & Deer," near Brady, Texas, October 1968
Dr. Nat Kieffer, "Mule fertility study," at A&M, November 1968
M. L. "Boss" Smith of Jacksboro, "Texas, 4-H Club charter member," February 1969
Five combines in formation, "Wheat harvest," near Fort Worth, Texas, May 1969
Cattle brokers, "Order-buying cattle," at Vann-Roach-Fort Worth, Texas, May 1969
Rob Brown, Throckmorton, Texas, May 1969
Earle Almy, Granbury, Texas, May 1969
Throckmorton ranch, W. R. Watt, May 1969
Earl Waddell, Sr., "Deer for exotic hunting," near Mineral Wells, Texas, May 1969
Ton of bull, "Cattle records," Hall-Nance Ranch at Haslet, Texas, July 1969
Dale Malecheck, "LBJ Herefords," at Stonewall, Texas, July 1969
Rocks for income, C. H. Lamberts, San Saba, Texas, July 1969
Ray Jones Company, "Bootmaker - by hand," at Lampassas, Texas, July 1969
J. Fred Davis, Jr. and jersey, "$100,000 JFD empire," at Haslet, Texas, August 1969
Polled herefords, 4-H leader, Hugh H. White, Keller Texas, January 1970
"Mama goat and orphan colt," at Aledo, Texas, April 1970
H. Eliga Wilson, "Triticale," near Bangs, Texas, May 1970
Conservation, "Mrs. Bessie Holt," at Graford, Texas, May 1970
M. Loys Raymer and Lisa Raymer, "Hill country artists," at Kerrville, June 1970
Jack Dancinger Ranch, "Storing and Loading Silage near Burleson," Texas, June 1970
"Aerial spraying," near Burleson, Texas, Summer 1970
Frank Faught, "Blind Dairyman," at Argyle, Texas, September 1970
T. W. Tommy Moore of Fort Worth, ranch at Proctor, Texas, October 1970
"Texas Department of Corrections at Huntsville, Texas, Paul Newton, Byron Frierson, Tennessee Walkers and quarter horses, October 1970
"The Stockyards Story," November 1970
"Sheep Lift," San Antonio, Texas, to New Delhi, January 1971
Blacklands farmer, Dan Pusterjovsky, Hillsboro, Texas, March 1971
800 cow dairy, Jack Beyer, Comanche, Texas, March 1971
Ray Smith of Aledo, "Texas, Drought," pond, cows, April 1971
Spanish goats, Gordon McCann, Lometa, Texas, May 1971
B. F. Phillips, Windy Ryon, and Larry Mahan at Phillips Ranch, Frisco, Texas, June 1971
Net baskets, "Catfish farming," at Poolville, Texas, August 1971
Walter Matthews, Frank H. Lewis, and W. C. Holden, Ranch Headquarters Museum, Lubbock, Texas, September 1971
Three Saunders generations, Weatherford, Texas, October 1971
Winston Randle of Cresson, "Cowman's Cowman," November 1971
"Cattle lift to Singapore," via Hong Kong, November 1971
L. M. Manning, Jr. of Fort Worth, "Arabian Horses," at Burleson, Texas, November 1971
Pecan man, O. S. Gray, Arlington, Texas, December 1971
Russell Lawrence, angora goats at Bluffdale, Texas, January 1972
Cutting horse, Jim Calhoun, Fort Worth, Texas, January 1972
Charles Tandy and Leo Potishman, Tandy buys Vita-A-Way, Kenneth Stephens, January 1972
Malcolm and Sig Jernigan, angora auction at Goldthwaite, Texas, February 1972
Lance Sears of Sweetwater, Texas, April 1972
Polled herefords, Sam Swann, Merkel, Texas, April 1972
250 cows on 12 acres, Joe and John Fitch, Bedford, Texas, April 1972
Henry Beseda and 12 children, four-row plowing at Abbott, Texas, July 1972
Henry Beseda, Abbott, Texas, July-August 1972
Milking goat, West Texas Fair, Abilene, Texas, September 1972
Ray Smyth of Aledo, Texas, "Cowman and horse," February 1973
Angora goats, Ellis Stark Ranch, Jacksboro, Texas, March 1973
Forestry tour, Kirbyville area, March 1973
Gene Hicks of Hico, Suffolk, Texas, sheep, April 1973
"Hogs in woods," Jerry Martin of Stephenville, Texas, April 1973
Mrs. W. R. Johnson, Polled Herefords, Jacksboro, Texas, May 1973
Payton Scott of Rising Star, Texas, feeder steers, May 1973
Rob Brown of Throckmorton, Texas, field day, hi-lo grazing, June 1973
Steer and trainer, Gage Holland Ranch, June 1973
Bill and Roxanna Donnell at Marathon, Texas, rancher and TSCRA president, June 1973
Drip irrigation with young pecan trees, Fort Stockton, Texas, June 1973
Gage Hollands at Marathon, Texas, June 1973
Mid-Tex feeder pigs, Hamilton, Texas, July 1973
"Happy wheat growers feed yard," feedlot, Mr. Bedwell, August 1973
Plains Cottonseed Coop, Lubbock, Texas, cottonseed flour, August 1973
"Manure mound," feedlot, Randall County, Texas, August 1973
Leo Potishman, Acton Ranch, September 1973
Brangus-Brahman-Fresian, Larry Blackmon, Sunset, Texas, September 1973
Bob Walton's horse, War Chant, Benbrook, Texas, October 1973
Lee Campbell, Herefords, Dublin, Texas, February 1974
Kenny Davis of Grapevine, Texas, airport farmer, March 1974
Daria Retian of Grapevine, Texas, thoroughbreds, March 1974
Texas Livestock Marketing Association, cattle lenders, Fort Worth, Texas, April 1974
Turkeys, Jack Curtis Farm, Cisco, Texas, April 1974
Floyd Stokes, top young farmer, DeLeon, Texas, May 1974
Hogs, Leanco Corporation, Brownwood, Texas, May 1974
Wheat harvest, Wayne Knox of Haslet, Texas, June 1974
Drought, John Grafa's Dairy, Godley, Texas, July 1974
Joe Crouch and sons, clearing land near Dublin, Texas, August 1974
"Longer-leaner bulls," Hereford and Angus, champs at Abilene, Texas, September 1974
Horseman artist, Chuck DeHaan of Graford, Texas, November 1974
Jim Mitchell of Fort Worth, Texas, cattle cycles, November 1974
"Honey Harvest," C. L. Masrang of Forth Worth, Texas, November 1974
Harold Taft, weather, KXAS, channel 5, March 1975
Ed Chapman of Fort Worth, Texas, saddle maker at 89, April 1975
Aerial sprayers for fire ants, Denton and Collin counties, Texas, Addington Airport, April 1975
El Colina Ranches, Vernon and James Smith, Walnut Springs, Texas, May 1975
Charlie Chambers of Jonesboro, Texas, feeder pigs, May 1975
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Shoemaker of Gatesville, Texas, May 1975
Iowa Beef Processors, Incorporated, Amarillo, Texas, June 1975
Wheat harvest near Dalhart, big equipment, Carroll G. Chaloupka, June 1975
Beef cattle feedlot near Dalhart, Texas, June 1975
Bloys Church Camp at Fort Davis, Speedy Hicks, Bill Donnell, Monk Vance, August 1975
Weather station at Presidio, Oliver Harper, August 1975
Women cattle workers at Jacksboro, Texas, Jackie Worthington, September 1975
Bob Armstrong, Texas Land Commissioner, Liberty Hill, Texas, October 1975
Indian Creek Ranch, Fairfield, Texas, December 1975
Armstrong Ranch, Ambassador Anne Armstrong, February 1976
L. E. "Sonny" Nance and Victor G. Zubel at Haslet, Texas, February 1976
Walter G. Mize of Cleburne, Chianinas, March 1976
J. A. Matthews Ranch near Albany, Texas, Watt and Joe, April 1976
Dwight Stewart of Milford, Texas, April 1976
Viscoil of Texas at Kerrville, Texas, cedar oil, Victor Boucard, April 1976
Hamilton area, (truck & wagon) April 1976
Rumpel Kammer of Fredricksburg, Texas, May 1976
Texas Hereford Tour to Big Ranch Country, June 1976
Texas Electric Utilities Company, lignite mining, Fairfield, Texas, June 1976
Restored wooden windmill near Clovis, New Mexico, August 1976
Magic Valley Ranch, Dr. J. C. Calabria, Polled Charolais, Mineral Wells, Texas, November 1976
Proctor's Plantland, Weat, Texas, and Py Kolb of Grapevine, Texas, donkeys, December 1976
Fort Worth Stockyards, Elmo Klingenberg, December 1976
James L. Powell, range management, Fort McKavett, April 1977
Anita Martin, Arabian horses, Weatherford, Texas, May 1977
Fort McKavett, Gully Cowsert, Jr., May 1977
Daniel Fruit Farm, apples, Bowie, Texas, July 1977
American Agri-Credit, Bond, Brown and Harmon, Denver, July 1977
Cattle Development Corporation, hamburger beef, Gruver, Texas, August 1977
C. E. and Sam Tisdale, pecans, San Saba, Texas, September 1977
Hunters, YO Ranch and Possum Kingdom, Texas, September 1977
Amstar Corporation, corn sugar, Dimmitt, Texas, September 1977
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