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Name Williamson County

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Image of 2001.001.1140 - Print, Photographic

2001.001.1140 - Print, Photographic

Johns B. Pumphrey, Taylor.

Image of 2001.001.1143 - Print, Photographic

2001.001.1143 - Print, Photographic

Photograph of Texas State and County Tax Record, Georgetown.

Image of 2001.001.1145 - Print, Photographic

2001.001.1145 - Print, Photographic

Portrait of a young man.

Image of 2001.001.1146 - Print, Photographic

2001.001.1146 - Print, Photographic

World War I aviator, possibly in France. Ed Bartosh was the son of Valentine and Filomena Bartosh of Granger. He later worked in the Oklahoma oil fields.

Image of 2001.001.1149 - Print, Photographic

2001.001.1149 - Print, Photographic

Berry's Mill built in 1848, located northeast of Georgetown.

Image of 2001.001.1150 - Print, Photographic

2001.001.1150 - Print, Photographic

Hannah Devore Berry (1812-1904), third wife of John Berry.

Image of 2001.001.1151 - Print, Photographic

2001.001.1151 - Print, Photographic

Photograph of a note, possibly a recipe for a horse treatement.

Image of 2001.001.1172 - Print, Photographic

2001.001.1172 - Print, Photographic

Fourth of July parade along Main Street in Taylor.

Image of 2001.001.1173 - Print, Photographic

2001.001.1173 - Print, Photographic

West side of Main Street in Granger.

Image of 2001.001.1174 - Print, Photographic

2001.001.1174 - Print, Photographic

Nancy Jolly, wife of Confederate Veteran John Gray Jolly. The Jollys bought land in the southwestern corner of Williamson County in 1865, donated land for a school and cemetery, built a log cabin, and raised six daughters. Jollyville is noted for the "Jollyville Circle Tree."

Image of 2001.001.1175 - Print, Photographic

2001.001.1175 - Print, Photographic

Loraine Castro was crowned Queen of the Taylor Diez y Seis Celebration in the 1930s. In 1940, she married Daniel Camacho in Taylor.

Image of 2001.001.1176 - Print, Photographic

2001.001.1176 - Print, Photographic

Young child of Mexican descent. In the second half of the 19th century, many Mexican families settled in the Round Rock/ McNeil area to work at the lime processing plants.

Image of 2001.001.1177 - Print, Photographic

2001.001.1177 - Print, Photographic

Anton Zrubek and family on a farm in a Model T Ford. Back seat: Anton Zrubek (husband), Antonia Zrubek (wife), Angeline Zrubek (daughter); front seat: Johnny Zartoky (a boy the family raised) and Rudolph Arubek (son).

Image of 2001.001.1178 - Print, Photographic

2001.001.1178 - Print, Photographic

Granger Fire Department racing team.

Image of 2001.001.1180 - Print, Photographic

2001.001.1180 - Print, Photographic

Granger dance band. Back, left to right: John Zett, Emanual Zett, Sybil Zett, Helen Zett; front, left to right: Bill Naizer, George Matystok, Rudolph Zett, Raymont Stasny.

Image of 2001.001.1181 - Print, Photographic

2001.001.1181 - Print, Photographic

Family in front of house with horse and carriage, "Green's Corner" far western Williamson County.

Image of 2001.001.1182 - Print, Photographic

2001.001.1182 - Print, Photographic

SPJST Lodge No. 20, organized in Granger in 1897.

Image of 2001.001.1183 - Print, Photographic

2001.001.1183 - Print, Photographic

Gus Fisher (b. 1845) and Sely Chapman Fisher (b. 1859) and their family near Andice. Gus Fisher had been a slave in Arkansas and came to Texas at the age of 9 with his family. Gus, son of Joe Fisher, was half-brother to the famous King Fisher.