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Name Williamson County

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Image of 2001.001.1033 - Print, Photographic

2001.001.1033 - Print, Photographic

Emzie and Elzora Fisher

Image of 2001.001.1034 - Print, Photographic

2001.001.1034 - Print, Photographic

Frank Kopecky (left) and Anton Naizer in World War I uniforms.

Image of 2001.001.1035 - Print, Photographic

2001.001.1035 - Print, Photographic

Lady in dress and hat. Possibly Vlasta Surovik Trlica.

Image of 2001.001.1036 - Print, Photographic

2001.001.1036 - Print, Photographic

Parade in downtown Taylor

Image of 2001.001.1037 - Print, Photographic

2001.001.1037 - Print, Photographic

Flood in April 1957 on the San Gabriel River in Georgetown.

Image of 2001.001.1038 - Print, Photographic

2001.001.1038 - Print, Photographic

Flood in April 1957 on the San Gabriel River in Georgetown.

Image of 2001.001.1040 - Print, Photographic

2001.001.1040 - Print, Photographic

Soloman and Elizabeth Netherland. Tintype. Elizabeth died in 1863.

Image of 2001.001.1043 - Print, Photographic

2001.001.1043 - Print, Photographic

Silas Vickers and wife Mary Jane Netherland Vickers. Silas came to Texas from Ohio, where he was born. Jane was born in Mississippi and came to Texas from Mississippi during the Trail of Tears, 1847-1848. They were married in Caldwell County in 1851 and moved to Williamson County. Son John (not pictured) married Sarah Ashbrener from Williamson County and had two daughters. John was killed in a ranching accident in Bell County in 1885 and buried there.

Image of 2001.001.1044 - Print, Photographic

2001.001.1044 - Print, Photographic

John T. Bryson, who died in 1894, was the great-grandfather of John Logan Bryson.

Image of 2001.001.1045 - Print, Photographic

2001.001.1045 - Print, Photographic

John W. Bryson (1894-1952) in World War I uniform.

Image of 2001.001.1046 - Print, Photographic

2001.001.1046 - Print, Photographic

Reenactment of Civil War battle. Frontier Days c. 1978-1979.

Image of 2001.001.1047 - Print, Photographic

2001.001.1047 - Print, Photographic

Judge Billy Ray Stubblefield's grandfather, William Oscar "Patch" Stubblefield, with his horse in front of the fourth Williamson County Courthouse built in 1877-1878

Image of 2001.001.1048 - Print, Photographic

2001.001.1048 - Print, Photographic

Ross Wilder and family after returning from the Doolittle Raid

Image of 2001.001.1049 - Print, Photographic

2001.001.1049 - Print, Photographic

Daniel J. Moody (1834-1910), father of Dan Moody, Jr. Commonly referred to as Judge Dan'tl because of his position as Justice of the Peace. Moody came to Taylor as a railroad agent to sell lots and start the town in 1876. He became its first mayor and after holding election, started Taylor's public school and served as Chairman of the School Board. In 1890, he married Nancy Elizabeth Robertson, a math teacher. He enlarged the house her family had built. Judge Moody lost all his money when the business in which he had invested went broke. He started a dairy at the Taylor home in which his son, Dan, began working when he was 8 years old. They rented rooms to Taylor teachers and several

Image of 2001.001.1050 - Print, Photographic

2001.001.1050 - Print, Photographic

Political post with signature of Lyndon Baines Johnson

Image of 2001.001.1053 - Print, Photographic

2001.001.1053 - Print, Photographic

Newspaper clipping of Taylor High School newspaper "Cotton Boll."

Image of 2001.001.1054 - Print, Photographic

2001.001.1054 - Print, Photographic

Pet Brown (1888-1923), World Middleweight Wrestling Champion

Image of 2001.001.1055 - Print, Photographic

2001.001.1055 - Print, Photographic

Birdseye view of Taylor taken from watertower on Main Street looking west. Right front is Raven Home; middle front is Negro house; left front is Jim Threadgill home (corner of 6th and Main); left center is Professor McMurray's School and Sunday School (building with 5 windows).

Image of 2001.001.1056 - Print, Photographic

2001.001.1056 - Print, Photographic

Fire trucks in front of Taylor Fire Department.