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Four young men sitting/standing around Eliza Spring at Barton Springs.
A man stands holding his ribbon next to a bin of produce at city market. Caption on back of photo reads: "1st prize winner Mr. E. C. Nauert, New Sweden. Dedication of Public Market."
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.
Fireman Elmer A. Paulson in dress uniform, undated.
Austin Fire Department recruitment poster picturing (L to R): Johnnie Johnson, Larry McKee and Capt. Genobebo Chavarria, undated.
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.
A fire truck and a smaller fire department car parked outside a fire station, circa 1970s. A man is in the driver's seat of each vehicle and a third man stands next to the truck. "Austin Fire Dept." is painted on the side of the engine compartment of the truck.
Portrait of Willie S. Wilson, undated.
his faded photograph is the only known image of Castile, one of the chiefs of the Tonkawas during the 1860s and 1870s. Chief Castile did effective work as a scout and guide for the Texas Rangers and U.S. Army during their pursuit of hostile Comanches and Kiowas. In his published memoirs, Texas Ranger James B. ''Buck'' Barry said of him, ''I well recall the contact with Castile, my friend and clever scout of the Tonkawas.''
Alexander Penn Wooldridge
John W. Carpenter pictured with projector at the Capitol Theater. A handwritten note on back expresses thanks from Carpenter to Local 205. John W. Carpenter was a longtime projectionist working in Austin, including at the Capitol when the ITC took over the theater. He is shown here in the Capitol projection booth in the early 1930s. He gave this picture to his union, the IATSE (which he joined in 1912).
Group portrait of theater employees, many of whom will go on to be members of IATSE for decades.
IATSE members being sworn in. From left to right: Jim Maloy, Jon Maloy, John W. Carpenter, Ed Simpson.
Jon Maloy shaking the hand of an unidentified man as he is welcomed into the ranks of local 205. Standing next to him is John W. Carpenter.
Men being sworn in to the IATSE. From left: Buzz Maloy, Jerry Eschberger, and Jim Maloy.
Walter Norris, on left, and Don Hart, on right, being sworn in as members of the IATSE along with many others. Jim Maloy and Jerry Eschberger are visible in the background in background.
John Beckham, Jr. pictured wit two other members of the IATSE union. Caption reads : "(L) John Beckham, Jr. Longtime B.A., 205"
Scene from IATSE's 60th anniversary banquet.From left: Thurman Viola, John Beckham and Ed Miller at the podium, and Mrs. Miller seated. Ed Miller appears to be accepting an award from John Beckham, who is shaking his hand.
John Bustin, of the Austin American-Statesman, chats with Jim Maloy at the 60th anniversary of the IATSE. Other people are mingling in the background.
Erma Carpenter, John W. Carpenter, and Ed Simpson in conversation at the 60th anniversary banquet of the IATSE.
Several attendees at the 60th anniversary celebration of local 205. From left: J. Maloy, Al Rowley, Pete Myerly, J. Beckham. They are standing at a table in a banquet hall, facing a stage which is not pictured.
W. D. McCary, on left, and Cecil Kelso, on right, in conversation at the 60th anniversary banquet for the IATSE.
Bob Bro on the left and John Beckham on the right standing in a nearly empty banquet hall at the 60th anniversary celebration of the IATSE.
Chas Root accepting a plaque at the 60th anniversary of the IATSE. A sign on the podium to his right reads "Sheraton- Crest Inn."