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Group portrait of the Diana Cantu Trio: Jay, Diana Cantu, and Lucky Bridgewater. In front of the group is a drum and two guitars are resting against the drum.
Group portrait of the the Geezinslaw Brothers performing in the 1960s. Sammy Allred is playing the mandolin and Dewayne Smith is playing the guitar.
Uncle Dick's Band with 5 men, ranging in age, playing instruments in front of a fireplace. (From left to right) Youngest man plays bass; man plays piano; man plays steel guitar; man plays fiddle; man plays banjo; two looking at camera.
Five African American men, the Paramount Singers, stand in front of a microphone. One stands in front of the microphone with a book and wears a light suit; four singers are pointing. A caption on the image reads "Paramount Singers of Austin Texas"
Team portrait of the 46 players and 5 coaches and team managers on the 1941 University of Texas at Austin Longhorns varsity football team. Head coach at this time was Dana X. Bible. In 1941 the team achieved their first number 1 as NCAA National Champions
Texas Longhorns of 1941 and Big Boy their mascot. The 1941 team was ranked no. 1 in the AP poll and declared NCAA National Champions. Their head coach was Dana X. Bible. They were not selected to play in the Rose Bowl.
Group portrait of Native American runners at a univeristy track meet in Austin, undated.
Squad 36 stand in four lines on the steps in front of a bulding. The men wear their uniforms and hold their campaign hats in their left hands at their sides as they stand at attention.
Three men in military uniform from the School of Military Aeronautics, sitting on the lawn of the Old Main Building of UT. Their legs are in front of them showing "BERLIN OR BUST" on the soles of their shoes. Left to right: Curry, Hart, Callender.
Group portrait of men and women on a porch, one person is holding an American flag
Group portrait of Mr. Henry Maerki, Mayor Tom Miller, and Mr. Borneman on May 29, 1938 at an open house for the Central Fire Station #1
Group portrait of fourteen men standing in front of a fire station, on and around fire trucks, 1923. Most men are in uniform, but three are not. A handwritten caption points to and identifies H.W. Nolen, Fire Commissioner.
Loading air mail on first mail plane to leave Robtert Mueller Municipal Airport after dedication ceremonies. A. Koch, Niles Graham, P.R. James, Raymond Grasty, "Bub" Merrill, Bub's mother, Paule Cruseman, Lynn Hunter, Max Bickler, Bub's father and others.
Group portrait of six women in bathing suits standing in and in front of a convertible parked beside the water, circa 1966. This image was taken during Aqua Festival.
Group portrait of young children are standing in front of a row of bookcases in the Carver branch of the Austin Public Library.
A group of children are sitting in chairs in the Carver Branch Library at story time in 1953. There are three female adults standing behind them.
A large group of elementary age students are seated in the library in chairs for a group shot with three women standing near them, 1953. This image was created by Neal Douglass
Group portrait of school children are seated in the library and they are all smiling at the camera, November 14, 1963. There is an adult woman in the back standing behind the group. Bookshelves are on the walls.
A group of children seated in chairs at the Carver branch of the Austin Public Library, facing forward. A number of the girls are in Girl Scout uniforms.
A large group of children are seated on the floor for story hour at the Carver branch of the Austin Public Library, circa 1960s.
Two boys and a girl are standing in front of a book case at the library. One boy is holding a first place ribbon and smiling.
A large group of children are seated in the library with several women standing along the sides of the room, 1936. This building is now the Austin History Center
A group of young children is sitting on the floor in the library with Santa Clause in the back and a Christmas tree by the window, December 1936.
Group portrait of park rangers. Front row (seated) left to right: G. Edward, D. Youngblood, R. Hotte, M. Mullinix. Back Row (standing) left to right: J. McCowin, B. Wright, L. Manley, (unidentified), G. Hooks, and (unidentified).
Group portrait of playground leaders. Women are seated in the first row, and men are standing in the rear. Beverly Sheffield is in the back row, 2nd from right. Beverly Sheffield's contributions to our community helped create and preserve many of Austin's green and open spaces that attract native Austinites and newcomers alike. His 40-plus year career in Austin's Parks and Recreation Department began in 1934 as a playground/activity leader and lifeguard and culminated in a 30-year stint as Director. As both employee and department director, his hand can be found in many of the park system's beloved features: the Zilker Garden Center, Austin Natural Science Center, the hike and bike trails, and the Zilker Christmas Tree. However, one of his personal favorites was the Hillside Theatre at Zilker Park, where he began a sing-song program in 1937. Today, the venue continues to be the popular home of summer musicals; it is fitting that we now know it as the Beverly S. Sheffield Hillside Theatre. An enthusiastic and genial man, Sheffield was also active in civic affairs and was named Austin's 1978 "Most Worthy Citizen," among many other awards. But it was after he had "retired" the second time--first from the City and then as the first Director of the Austin Community Foundation--that he really revved up to his final role as beloved cheerleader to "Save Barton Creek." Sheffield believed in the magic of the springs and worked tirelessly to make sure it was protected: "It belongs to the people and it should not be destroyed under any circumstance." He spoke extensively on behalf of the springs and conducted oral history interviews with many longtime swimmers, capturing their unique experiences at the pool. Many of these are included in the 1993 book Barton Springs Eternal.