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Portrait of Lizzie Williams.

circa 1860

Musicians in the orchestra pit and actors on stage during a production of "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum" at Zilker Hillside Theater.

1968-08-20

Exterior view of Austin Public Library's Twin Oaks Branch, showing the front entrance and awning that reads, "Austin Public Library Twin Oaks Station." The branch is part of a strip mall, and the business next-door has a sign that reads "Hyden's." Two cars are in parking spots in front of the library.

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Portrait of an old Native American man named Campo seated in front of a studio backdrop, January 1873. He fought in the War of 1812, in the Texas War of Independence and Mexican War. He wears simple clothes and holds a gun in his lap. A hat is at his feet.

1873-01

"Fat and Lean" LULAC fundraiser. Nash Moreno batting in polka dot dress

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Photograph of a "for whites only" sign above the entrance to a building.

1935-02-14

Performers on the set of "Hello Dolly" at Zilker Hillside Theater. L-R: Pam Fulton as Ermengarde, Carol Lucius as Dolly, Ben Wear as Ambrose.

1972

Four fire fighters seated on a horse-drawn fire wagon in front of the Texas State Capitol on June 7, 1895. "A.H. and L Co. No. 1" is painted on the side of the wagon

1895-06-07

Close-up of two performers-a man and a boy-on stage during a production of "Oliver" at Zilker Hillside Theater.

1970-08

The dog "Pep" in Pete and Bertie Smith's backyard at 901 West 18th Street, undated

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The dog "Pep" in Pete and Bertie Smith's backyard at 901 West 18th Street, undated

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A puppy sitting on the grass in the backyard at 901 West 18th Street, undated

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A puppy sitting on the grass in the backyard at 901 West 18th Street, undated

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The dog "Pep" at Mrs. Ethel Robinson Brown's house located at 907 W. 18th Street, undated. Handwritten note on the back reads: She was sister of Oscar Robinson, who's secretary was Susanna Moehr.

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The dog "Pep" at Mrs. Ethel Robinson Brown's house located at 907 W. 18th Street, undated. Handwritten note on the back reads: She was sister of Oscar Robinson, who's secretary was Susanna Moehr.

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The dog "Pep" sitting at Pete and Bertie's house next to a black cat at 901 West 18th Street, undated.

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The dog "Pep" sitting at Pete and Bertie's house next to a black cat at 901 West 18th Street, undated.

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The puppy "Pep" in front of Pete and Bertie Smith's back door at 901 West 18th Street, undated.The dog had recently gotten a haircut.

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The puppy "Pep" in front of Pete and Bertie Smith's back door at 901 West 18th Street, undated. The dog had recently gotten a haircut.

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A black and white copy photograph of an African American woman standing in front of a house with a front porch in the Wheatville subdivision, dating about 1900s.

1900

"Seventeen" musical comedy at Zilker Hillside Theater. A young woman is shown in a floral dress, seated on the floor with 5 Maltese dogs.

1959

View from behind of two people walking on the sidewalk of Guadalupe Street, with business to the left of frame and cars parked to the curb with parking meters.

1971

View from behind of two people walking on the sidewalk of Guadalupe Street, with business to the left of frame and cars parked to the curb with parking meters.

1971

Actors on stage during a production of "The Music Man" at Zilker Hillside Theater.

1969

Candid photograph of a large group standing in front of a building with a sign that reads, "washateria." The group includes several women, a few men, and a few children. In the center of the group, a woman wears a habit and appears to be a Catholic nun. The sign on the next-door business, in partial view, reads "barber beaut[...]." A pair of cars are parked in front of the building. Based on a sign's reflection on the washateria windows, "Vaught's Store" is across the street from the pictured building.

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