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Two barbers standing by the chair of a man getting his hair cut at Mobley Brothers' Barbers, 1972. Truett L. Mobley is working on the left and C.M. Mobley is working on the right

1972

Note on front of photo: "Attention Sal Acerra, To go with the story by Frank Griffis USPS030801-3/8/78-Austin, Tex:Singer Paul Ray sings the blues to customers at Soap Creek Saloon, a favorite night spot. Ray,who has been with the Texas bands sine the mid-1960's says the "Austin Music Scene" is more of a paradise for customers than musicians. UPI fgFG" Viewable on the photo are a singer and guitar player performing on a stage.

1978

Note on front of photo: "Attention Sal Acerra, To go with the story by Frank Griffis USPS030801-3/8/78-Austin, Tex:Singer Paul Ray sings the blues to customers at Soap Creek Saloon, a favorite night spot. Ray,who has been with the Texas bands sine the mid-1960's says the "Austin Music Scene" is more of a paradise for customers than musicians. UPI fgFG" Viewable on the photo are a singer and guitar player performing on a stage.

1978

A scarecrow with a Halloween mask and hat sits on a bike, leaning against a pile of pumpkins at Fred's Fruit Stand on North Lamar Boulevard, 1975. More pumpkins are visible in the background.

undated

Carole Keeton and two children cut the ribbon at the grand opening of Givens Recreation Center.

1979-03

Carole Keeton speaking at a podium at the dedication of Givens Recreation Center. A group of people are sitting behind her listening to her speak. On the stage is a display honoring Dr. Everett H. Givens.

1979-03

Mayor Carole Keeton and a man looking at a dedication plaque inside Givens Recreation Center.

1979-03

A student made film about the closing of Old Anderson High School. Aired as part of the WTTW series "As We See It."

1977

Signal Smoke is the Travis County Audubon Society's newsletter. Travis Audubon was founded in 1952 by visionary Central Texans who recognized the vital connection between conserving wildlife habitat and the ecological balance necessary for healthy, sustainable, and habitable communities.

1979-03-Vol-29-Iss-07-0333

Signal Smoke is the Travis County Audubon Society's newsletter. Travis Audubon was founded in 1952 by visionary Central Texans who recognized the vital connection between conserving wildlife habitat and the ecological balance necessary for healthy, sustainable, and habitable communities.

1979-02-Vol-29-Iss-06-0332

Signal Smoke is the Travis County Audubon Society's newsletter. Travis Audubon was founded in 1952 by visionary Central Texans who recognized the vital connection between conserving wildlife habitat and the ecological balance necessary for healthy, sustainable, and habitable communities.

1979-06-Vol-29-Iss-10-0336

Signal Smoke is the Travis County Audubon Society's newsletter. Travis Audubon was founded in 1952 by visionary Central Texans who recognized the vital connection between conserving wildlife habitat and the ecological balance necessary for healthy, sustainable, and habitable communities.

1979-01-Vol-29-Iss-05-0331

Signal Smoke is the Travis County Audubon Society's newsletter. Travis Audubon was founded in 1952 by visionary Central Texans who recognized the vital connection between conserving wildlife habitat and the ecological balance necessary for healthy, sustainable, and habitable communities.

1979-08-Vol-29-Iss-12-0338

Signal Smoke is the Travis County Audubon Society's newsletter. Travis Audubon was founded in 1952 by visionary Central Texans who recognized the vital connection between conserving wildlife habitat and the ecological balance necessary for healthy, sustainable, and habitable communities.

1979-05-Vol-29-Iss-09-0335

Signal Smoke is the Travis County Audubon Society's newsletter. Travis Audubon was founded in 1952 by visionary Central Texans who recognized the vital connection between conserving wildlife habitat and the ecological balance necessary for healthy, sustainable, and habitable communities.

1979-04-Vol-29-Iss-08-0334

Signal Smoke is the Travis County Audubon Society's newsletter. Travis Audubon was founded in 1952 by visionary Central Texans who recognized the vital connection between conserving wildlife habitat and the ecological balance necessary for healthy, sustainable, and habitable communities.

1979-07-Vol-29-Iss-11-0337

Signal Smoke is the Travis County Audubon Society's newsletter. Travis Audubon was founded in 1952 by visionary Central Texans who recognized the vital connection between conserving wildlife habitat and the ecological balance necessary for healthy, sustainable, and habitable communities.

1979-09-Vol-29-Iss-13-0339

Signal Smoke is the Travis County Audubon Society's newsletter. Travis Audubon was founded in 1952 by visionary Central Texans who recognized the vital connection between conserving wildlife habitat and the ecological balance necessary for healthy, sustainable, and habitable communities.

1979-11-Vol-30-Iss-03-0341

Signal Smoke is the Travis County Audubon Society's newsletter. Travis Audubon was founded in 1952 by visionary Central Texans who recognized the vital connection between conserving wildlife habitat and the ecological balance necessary for healthy, sustainable, and habitable communities.

1979-10-Vol-30-Iss-02-0340

Signal Smoke is the Travis County Audubon Society's newsletter. Travis Audubon was founded in 1952 by visionary Central Texans who recognized the vital connection between conserving wildlife habitat and the ecological balance necessary for healthy, sustainable, and habitable communities.

1979-12-Vol-30-Iss-04-0342

Lee Trevino hitting a tee shot from the fairway at a Legends of Golf Tournament at Onion Creek Country Club, undated. This image was created by Robert Godwin

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Golfer Sam Snead putting during the Legends of the Golf Tournament on April 30, 1978. This image was created by Lon Cooper

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Photograph of a man holding a basket of produce at the Travis County Farmers' Market. In the foreground is the bed of a pickup truck containing melons.

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Two women, Linda Slawson and Joyce Bannon, are taking things out of a shopping cart in the check out line at a Magnamart grocery store, circa 1970s.

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Carl Riess behind the counter at the University Meat Market at 1612 Lavaca Street in 1973-1974. Riess is shown helping a customer.

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