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View of Barton Springs with people both swimming and sunbathing. There is a short wall around the pool, but the hillside is undeveloped and rocky.

circa 1920

Mrs. W.D. Craig, Sr. (Beulah) and Dorothy Craig standing on a sidewalk.

circa 1920

Capitol Exterior view

circa 1920

View of the Capitol building looking north

circa 1920

Back row L to R: Mary Ann Craig (mother of W.D. Craig, Sr.), Sally Kyle Cullen (cousin of W.D. Craig, Sr.), Contact AHC, Mrs. Nettie Craig Powell (sister of W.D. Craig, Sr.). Front row L to R: Contact AHC, little Nettie Powell (granddaughter of Mary Ann Craig).

circa 1920

View of a moontower. The dome of the capitol building is visible in the background. A man is about halfway up the tower tending to guide wires.

circa 1920

Written on back of photo: "Some of the Otton Boarding House 'boys' in front of Liberty Corner (S.W. corner of Guadalupe and 34th streets) waiting for a street car to carry them back 'downtown' (to Congress Ave. and 8th St.- the boarding house was at 119 W.8th across the street from the City Hall). During World War I, Liberty Corner was a favorite congregating place for the soldiers from Camp Mabry and where they quenched their thirst (with soda pop and near beer) while waiting for street cars."

circa 1920

Written on back of photo: "Some of the Otton Boarding House 'boys' in front of Liberty Corner (S.W. corner of Guadalupe and 34th streets) waiting for a street car to carry them back 'downtown' (to Congress Ave. and 8th St.- the boarding house was at 119 W.8th across the street from the City Hall). During World War I, Liberty Corner was a favorite congregating place for the soldiers from Camp Mabry and where they quenched their thirst (with soda pop and near beer) while waiting for street cars."

circa 1920

A stretch of Guadalupe Street, also known as the "drag," in the 1920's, featuring the University Coop. Cars are parked in the street in front of the row of businesses.

circa 1920

Waller Creek looking at the 6th Street Bridge from 5th Street.

circa 1920

Image of Capitol front exterior on front Austin Chamber of Commerce membership card. "Austin, 'The Friendly City'" is written above image.

circa 1920

Dorothy Craig standing on grass near a sidewalk. There is a car parked in the driveway behind her and another car driving down the street in the background.

circa 1920

Dorothy Craig standing in the front yard. Automobiles driving down the street in the background. She wears a dark colored dress and a cloche style hat.

circa 1920

Postcard shows the Enfield Special passenger car that ran on the Southern Pacific Railroad Line from Austin, Texas to Washington D.C. at the Southern Pacific terminal at 301 Congress Ave.

circa 1920

Formal portrait of Mrs. Clara Driscoll Sevier. She wears a shiny sleeveless dress.

circa 1920

Beulah Craig and Sallie Cullen posing for a photo in Houston, Texas. Both are wearing hats and white knee-length dresses.

circa 1920

W.D. Craig, Jr. holding the American flag with the rest of his Sunday School class. There are seven boys. They wear white shirts and ties but most are barefoot.

circa 1920

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