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Austin Volunteer Fire Department on parade down Congress Avenue, 1910. The wagon is pulled by three horses with multiple volunteers aboard, along with the ladder. Mrs. McClure Groceries store and a book store are visible storefronts along Congress.

1910

Austin's first ambulance taken at 33rd and Speedway streets. The ambulance is horse-drawn and on the side, in addition to a cross, is a small plaque that reads "V.O. Weed." The body of this horse-drawn ambulance was removed and motorized.

1910

Interior view of Condit & Co. Dry Goods store shows several women working behind the counter. The store provided dressmaking and services and sold notions. It was located at 718 Congress Avenue.

1910

A group of people stand on and below a bridge, built by Swiss engineer Getulius Kellersberger, at Barton Creek. Kellersberger, along with Arnold Kellersberger and Alma Shudde Kellersberger, are pictured but not identified.

1910

Exterior view of Texas Governor's Mansion from the east, showing the east elevation with covered balcony, front walk with urns, curb, grounds, and carriage house visible in the background. The Greek Revival style mansion, located at 1010 Colorado Street, was built by Abner Cook in 1855 and has been continuously occupied since 1856. It was designated a Texas historic landmark in 1962 and national historic landmark in 1970.

1910

Seated left to right in an office are O.B. Colquitt, L. J. Storey and Allison Mayfield of the Railroad Commission. There are book cases behind them and two desks, one with many papers on it.

1910

Two men taking a break underneath a steam powered threshing tractor. The tractor looks to have been manufactured by Case, possibly a Model 75.

1910

Group portrait of Dr. Salmons and Dr. Garcia with nurses at the Good Samaritan Hospital in Guanajuato, Mexico, in 1910.

1910

A group of students from Winn Elementary School pose outside the school building with streamers in hand (upraised) ready to dance around a may pole. The order alternates between boys and girls.

1910

Outdoor portrait of two women, Pauline Bartlett on the left, unknown on the right

1910

The Colorado River at the site of the Lake McDonald Dam which was destroyed. There is a power house at the right and remains of the dam wall on either side of the river.

1910

Exterior panoramic image of the Confederate Woman's Home, 1910

1910

View of a horse-drawn parade float advertising Bohn Brothers department store, 1910. Signs read "The Penn, union made, Overalls and Coats, Best of the Best." Women and children sit on the float including Margaret Haenel, Esther Sandbury, Louise Werkenthin.

1910

Five men are standing in front of the Yale Theater wearing suits and coats and hats. Three are identified as Skinny Pryor, Paul Tilley and Bob Rockwood.

1910

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