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Overview

Agency History

Scope and Contents of the Records

Arrangement of the Records

Restrictions

Index Terms

Related Material

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Department of Public Safety photographs, 1937-1965, undated,

Texas State Library and Archives Commission

Texas Department of Public Safety:

An Inventory of Department of Public Safety Photographs at the Texas State Archives, 1937-1965, undated



Overview

Creator: Texas. Department of Public Safety.
Title: Department of Public Safety photographs
Dates: 1937-1965, undated
Abstract: The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) is the state police agency, charged with enforcing laws, preserving order, and protecting the rights, privileges, property, and well-being of Texas citizens. Photographs were made by DPS photographers to document or promote the activities of the various divisions, personnel, training, equipment, and facilities. These records consist of photographs from the Commissioners, Communications, Driver's License, Education, Field Offices, Headquarters, Identification, Inspection and Planning, Internal Security, Motor Vehicle, Narcotics, Texas Highway Patrol, Personnel and Staff Services, Ranger, Safety, and Statistical divisions, created by the DPS photo lab. Dated photographs span the period 1937-1965. Undated, original photographs may have been made as early as 1935. Others are known to be copies of even earlier images. The images consist primarily of black-and-white photographic prints and negatives, most in 4 x 5-inch, 5 x 7-inch, and 8 x 10-inch format. Some color negatives and transparencies are present for later years. Select materials have been digitized and are part of the Texas Digital Archive.
Quantity: 16 cubic ft.
Language Descriptions of these photographs are written in English.
Repository: Texas State Archives
Sponsor: This EAD finding aid was created in part with funds provided by the Texas Telecommunications Infrastructure Fund Board for the Texas Archival Resources Online project.

Agency History

In 1935, the 44th Texas Legislature (Senate Bill 146, Regular Session), responding to recommendations made in 1933 by the Joint Legislative Committee on Organization and Economy, created the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) for the purpose of placing under a single jurisdiction the state's functions in crime prevention and traffic control programs. The original department was composed of the Texas Rangers, removed from the Adjutant General's Department; the State Highway Patrol, taken from the State Highway Department; and the Headquarters Division, composed of the Bureau of Identification and Records, the Bureau of Intelligence, the Bureau of Communications, the Bureau of Education, and various administrative and service units. Other divisions were added in later years, as needed (see divisional descriptions). A Certificate of Title Division was created in 1939 (House Bill 407, 46th Legislature, Regular Session) and administered by DPS until its transfer to the Highway Department in 1941.

By 1956, DPS had reconstituted the Headquarters Division into a number of major divisions and had added several new divisions to create a total of fourteen, each of which was headed by a chief who answered to the director. To alleviate this unwieldy structure, the 55th Legislature authorized the reorganization of DPS (House Bill 325, Regular Session, 1957). The department then created six regional commands, each headed by a senior officer who was placed in command of the region's Highway Patrol, License and Weight program, Motor Vehicle Inspection program, Driver's License program, Communications, and Safety Education Service. Each regional headquarters also contained a limited crime laboratory. The Texas Rangers were assigned to six companies, each headed by a captain, with the same boundaries as the regional commands. The Narcotics and Intelligence Sections operated state-wide out of the Austin headquarters. Supporting headquarters divisions, sections and bureaus were consolidated into four divisions: Identification and Criminal Records; Personnel and Staff Services; Driver and Vehicle Records; and the Inspection and Planning Division.

By this time DPS had evolved into the state police agency, charged with enforcing laws, preserving order, and protecting the rights, privileges, property, and well-being of Texas citizens. Its responsibilities fell into three major categories: crime suppression and control, motor vehicle highway transportation and management, and disaster and emergency activities. To meet these responsibilities, the department's divisions operated the following programs: crime control, police traffic supervision, driver licensing, vehicle inspection, safety responsibility, accident records, safety education, disaster and emergency services, and police training. It enforced criminal laws in cooperation with local, federal, and other state law enforcement agencies.

The policy-making body of DPS is the three-member Texas Public Safety Commission, appointed by the governor with the advice and consent of the senate for overlapping six-year terms. The positions are non-salaried and the governor appoints the chair. All members must have knowledge of the law, experience in law enforcement, honesty, integrity, education, and executive ability. The commission appoints a public safety director to serve as the executive officer of DPS.

(Sources include: Guide to Texas State Agencies, various editions; the Texas Department of Public Safety website, accessed on September 8, 2017; and earlier finding aids.)

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Scope and Contents of the Records

The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) is the state police agency, charged with enforcing laws, preserving order, and protecting the rights, privileges, property, and well-being of Texas citizens. Photographs were made by DPS photographers to document or promote the activities of the various divisions, personnel, training, equipment, and facilities. Photographs for DPS divisions, bureaus, or sections represented include Commissioners, Communications, Driver's License, Education, Field Offices, Headquarters, Identification, Inspection and Planning, Internal Security, Motor Vehicle, Narcotics, Texas Highway Patrol, Personnel and Staff Services, Ranger, Safety, and Statistical, created by the DPS photo lab. A number of Texas governors are represented in the photographs including Governor James Allred, Governor W. Lee O'Daniel, Governor Beauford Jester, Governor Allan Shivers, Governor Price Daniel, and Governor John Connally. Dated photographs span the period 1937-1965. Undated, original photographs may have been made as early as 1935. Others are known to be copies of even earlier images. The images consist primarily of black-and-white photographic prints and negatives, most in 4 x 5-inch, 5 x 7-inch, and 8 x 10-inch format. Some color negatives and transparencies are present for later years. A small quantity of crime photos appear but they seem to be more for internal documentation than for legal evidence.

Each envelope bears a brief description, including the division or department code, the photographic format, a description of the subject, and the date of the image. Folder titles in the finding aid were transcribed by State Archives staff from descriptions written on the envelopes by DPS staff at the time the negatives were made. Some envelopes within each division code's numerical order were not received during the original DPS transfer. Those missing envelopes are noted within the box inventory. As images for each division are digitized and added to the Texas Digital Archive, photographic format information will be added to those folders that do not have complete information.

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Arrangement of the Records

The photographs are arranged by DPS division or department designated by code letters. Within each division the photographs are in approximate chronological order. Files (actually envelopes) are numbered sequentially as created, e.g., E-5, E-6, E-7. The DPS divisions are:
COMM - Commissioners
C - Communications
D - Driver's License
E- Education
FO - Field Offices
H - Headquarters
I - Identification (or Intelligence)
I & P - Inspection and Planning
ISS - Internal Security
M - Miscellaneous (or Main)
MVI - Motor Vehicle
N - Narcotics
P - Patrol (or THP - Texas Highway Patrol)
P & S - Personnel and Staff Services
R- Ranger
S - Safety
ST - Statistical

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Restrictions

Restrictions on Access

Materials do not circulate, but may be used in the State Archives search room. Materials will be retrieved from and returned to storage areas by staff members.

Because of the possibility that portions of these records fall under Public Information Act exceptions including, but not limited to, sensitive crime scene images (Texas Government Code, Section 552.1085) and common law privacy (Texas Government Code, Section 552.101); an archivist must review these records before they can be accessed for research. The records may be requested for research under the provisions of the Public Information Act (Texas Government Code, Chapter 552).

The researcher may request an interview with an archivist or submit a request by mail (Texas State Library and Archives Commission, P.O. Box 12927, Austin, TX 78711), fax (512-463-5436), email (director.librarian@tsl.texas.gov), or see our web page (https://www.tsl.texas.gov/agency/customer/pia.html). Include enough description and detail about the information requested to enable the archivist to accurately identify and locate the information. If our review reveals information that may be excepted by the Public Information Act, we are obligated to seek an open records decision from the Attorney General on whether the records can be released. The Public Information Act allows the Archives ten working days after receiving a request to make this determination. The Attorney General has 45 working days to render a decision. Alternately, the Archives can inform you of the nature of the potentially excepted information and if you agree, that information can be redacted or removed and you can access the remainder of the records.

Restrictions on Use

Most records created by Texas state agencies are not copyrighted. State records also include materials received by, not created by, state agencies. Copyright remains with the creator. The researcher is responsible for complying with U.S. Copyright Law (Title 17 U.S.C.).

Technical Requirements

Researchers are required to wear gloves provided by the Archives when reviewing photographic materials.

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Index Terms

The terms listed here were used to catalog the records. The terms can be used to find similar or related records.
Corporate Names:
Texas Rangers.
Subjects (Persons):
Allred, James V., 1899-1959.
Jester, Beauford Halbert, 1893-1949.
O'Daniel, W. Lee (Wilbert Lee), 1890-1969.
Shivers, Allan, 1907-1985.
Daniel, Price.
Connally, John Bowden, 1917-1993.
Subjects:
Peace officers--Texas--Pictorial works.
Traffic safety--Texas--Pictorial works.
Law enforcement--Texas--Pictorial works.
Law enforcement--Study and teaching--Texas--Pictorial works.
Police administration--Texas--Pictorial works.
Police vehicles--Texas--Pictorial works.
Mounted police--Texas--Pictorial works.
Legal photography--Pictorial works.
Police--Texas--Equipment and supplies--Pictorial works.
Police--Texas--Uniforms--Pictorial works.
Document Types:
Photographs--Texas.
Negatives (photographs)--Texas.
Transparencies--Texas.
Functions:
Documenting law enforcement.
Documenting peace officers.

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Related Material

The following materials are offered as possible sources of further information on the agencies and subjects covered by the records. The listing is not exhaustive.

Texas State Archives
Texas Department of Public Safety records, photographic and film media, 1937-1971, undated, 17 cubic ft.
Texas Department of Public Safety records, 1930-1931, 1934-2000, undated, 203 cubic ft.
Texas Department of Public Safety, Training Academy recruit training records, 1930-1931, 1935-2006, bulk 1980-2000, 2002-2006, 127.5 cubic ft.
Texas Department of Public Safety, Training Academy in-service and recertification training records, 1942-1950, 1957-1970, 1987-2008, undated, bulk 1994-2006, 199 cubic ft.
Texas Department of Public Safety photographs (Clinton Sherrell collection), 1950-1961, undated, 660 negatives
Publications
Texas. Dept. of Public Safety. Texas Department of Public Safety : pictorial and history book, 1935-1980. [s. l. : s. n.]: Walsworth Pub. Co., 1980.
Texas. Dept. of Public Safety. Texas Department of Public Safety golden anniversary pictorial and history book, 1935-1985. Marceline, MO : Walsworth Publishing Co., 1985.

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

(Identify the item), Texas Department of Public Safety photographs. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.

Accession Information

Accession number: 1983/112

These records were transferred to the Archives and Information Services Division of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission by the Texas Department of Public Safety on March 3, 1983.

Processing Information

Corrections and further encoding to TARO project standards by Laura K. Saegert, July 2001

Finding aid converted from EAD 1.0 to 2002 by TARO, July 2003

Corrections made to description and folder listing, finding aid divided to conform to TARO file size limits and edited for DACS compliance by Tonia J. Wood, October 2009

Alteration made to description of single item by Rebecca Romanchuk, March 2012

Finding aids combined from three separate files, edited for DACS compliance and Texas Digital Archive link added by Halley Grogan, September 2017

Other Formats for the Records

Photographs from the Commissioners, Communications, Field Offices, Inspections and Planning, Internal Security, Miscellaneous, Motor Vehicle, Narcotics, Personnel and Staff Services, Rangers, Safety, and Statistical divisions described in this finding aid have been digitized and are part of the Texas Digital Archive, available online at https://tsl.access.preservica.com/tda/texas-state-agencies-homepage/dps/#photos.

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Detailed Description of the Records

Department of Public Safety photographs, 1937-1965, undated,
16 cubic ft.

Commissioners
Box Folder
PP0552 Comm-1 Albert Sidney Johnson, DPS Commissioner, copied, July 26, 1935-December 31, 1939
[two 5 x 7-inch black-and-white negatives]
Comm-2 Ernest S. Goens, DPS Commissioner, copied, July 26, 1935-December 31, 1935
[one 5 x 7-inch black-and-white negatives]
Comm-3 D.D. Baker, DPS Commissioner, copied, October 3, 1931-December 31, 1935 and January 27, 1936-December 31, 1939
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
Comm-4 Commissioner George W. Cottingham, July 26, 1935-December 31, 1935 and January 7, 1936-December 31, 1953
[three 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
Comm-5 Mr. W.H. Richardson, DPS Commissioner, April 9, 1936-December 31, 1937 and December 29, 1939-December 31, 1943
[one 5 x 7-inch black-and-white negativeand one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
[Resigned on November 30, 1941.]
Comm-6 Mr. Edwin Lacy, DPS Commissioner, December 27, 1939-1941
[eight 4 x 5-inch negatives]
[Rejected by Senate on April 10, 1941.]
Comm-7 Mr. George Pendergast, DPS Commissioner, May 30, 1941-December 31, 1951
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
Comm-8 Mr. J. Price Maddox, DPS Commissioner, December 15, 1941-December 31, 1949
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
Comm-9 Mr. Hoxie H. Thompson, DPS Commissioner, copied, April 16, 1948-December 31, 1959
[one 5 x 7-inch black-and-white negative]
Communications
Box Folder
PP0550 C-1 Mrs. Boyer of the Telephone Co. and Mrs. Lee, PBX operator for DPS with new PBX operators who transferred from switchboard watchmen, January 1956
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
C-2 Radios and parts to be installed in new cars, February 11, 1956
[3¼ x 4¼-inch and 4 x 5-inch negatives]
C-3 Portrait of Chief Bill Broman, February 27, 1956
[5 x 7-inch negatives]
C-4 Main room in communications, April 11, 1956
[35mm color slides (Ektachrome)]
C-5 Texas maps showing communications and outside and inside of bus, May 10, 1956
[35mm color transparencies (Ektachrome)]
C-6 Bennie Williams using the Civil Defense Warning System phone and teletype operator using her machine, August 24, 1956
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
C-7 Console transmitter for Harlingen, October 31, 1956
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
C-8 Two radio mechanics installing two-way radio in new patrol car, March 1, 1957
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
C-9 Military Affiliate Radio System (MARS) and DPS communications meeting, March 1-2, 1957
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
C-10 DPS communications center, August 1954
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
C-11 Harlingen radio station, April 9, 1957
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
C-12 Mrs. Betty Morgan, May 28, 1957
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
C-13 Instructors and students from A&M talking to radio operator, Frank Bland, May 28, 1957
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
[L to R: Wallace Beasby, Nooi Mohammed Hoor (Statist of Minister of Interior, Afghan Government) and Robert Brookerson of Lamesa Police Department.]
C-14 Communication bus and extension antenna, October 6, 1957
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
C-15 Communication room, February 11, 1958
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
C-16 Bryan TV Tower, Bennie Williams, Andy Anderson, and Powell G. Charlton, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
C-17
[Folder not included in transfer.]
C-18 Radio shop personnel, August 7, 1958
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
C-19 Radio console made by Rod Singleton, November 30, 1959
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
C-20 Radio operators and dispatchers, November 25, 1959
[8 x 10-inch negatives and photographs]
Driver's License
Box Folder
PP0488 D-1 Captain Hickman Moffatt at desk, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives and photographs]
D-2 Views of Driver's License exhibit, Texas Centennial, Dallas, Texas, 1937
[4 x 5-inch]
D-3 Driver's License white car, 1937
[4 x 5-inch]
D-4 Captain Hickman issuing first driver's license to a minor, Colonel Carmichael in background, October 2, 1937
[8 x 10-inch]
D-5 Driver's License inspectors with Captain Garrison and Colonel Carmichael, November 3, 1937
[8 x 10-inch]
D-6 Truck driver getting driver's license test, January 17, 1938
[4 x 5-inch]
D-7 Cakes made for 2nd birthday, made for chief and assistant chief clerks by girl in office, February 13, 1938
[4 x 5-inch]
D-8 Chief Buell, George Nalle, and Mr. Lenz of the National Safety Council before "Know" Mike, Safety Program, February 20, 1938
[4 x 5-inch]
D-9 Chief Ralph Buell in lecture room, May 10, 1938
[4 x 5-inch]
D-10 Chief Ralph Buell at his desk, September 21, 1937
[8 x 10-inch]
D-11 General office of driver's license, 1937
[8 x 10-inch]
D-12 Safety lane work, and driver's license test, by Wick Fowler for Ralph Buell, August 16, 1938
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-13 Chief Buell and captains examining applicant for driver's license over radio station KNOW, February 14, 1938
[4 x 5-inch]
D-14 Driver's License office in the Ranger Building at Dallas, Texas, October 11, 1938
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
D-15 Driver's License office in the Ranger Building at Dallas, Texas, October 11, 1938
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
D-16 Employers who work with Captain Moffatt, undated
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
[This picture was given to Captain Moffatt as a birthday gift from the employees working under him.]
D-17 Portrait of Mary Nell Kilgo, May 3, 1939
[5 x 7-inch negatives]
D-18 Home of Captain Canady, party given for Mary Nell Kilgo, April 12, 1939
[3¼ x 4¼-inch negatives]
D-19 Captain Moffatt and wife, May 27, 1939
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-20 Captain Moffatt for newspaper publicity, May 25, 1939
[5 x 7-inch negatives]
Box Folder
PP0489 D-21 Filing system, location file Amarillo, undated
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
[Negative made for accident section.]
D-22 Two panel displays to be used at small county fairs, photographed in front of other buildings on the lawn, August 1939
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
D-23 Group of employees of Driver's License Division assembled at Driskill Hotel, June 14, 1939
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
D-24 Colonel Garrison and Mary Nell's wedding at the First Methodist Church and the party that followed, June 21, 1939
[4 x 5-inch and 8 x 10-inch negatives]
D-25 Maps for Accident Division, July 14, 1939
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
D-26 Correct and incorrect way to walk on the highways, patrolman giving ticket to speeder, E.B. Underwood and A.E. Jones, August 22, 1939
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
D-27 Driver's License test to be used at Dallas Fair, undated
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
Box Folder
PP0490 D-28 Driver's License office,
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
D-29 Letter for Lieutenant Longley License and Weight Division letter to Chamber of Commerce, Temple, from President, Growers and Shippers League, Edinburg, Texas, December 8, 1939
[8 x 10-inch paper negatives]
D-30 Chief Ralph Buell, used for publicity by Wick Fowler, November 14, 1939
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-31 Group of License and Weight Inspectors, with Colonel Garrison and Lieutenant Longley, November 30, 1940
[8 x 10-inch negative]
D-32 Certificate of title, dexigraph machines, June 27, 1940
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
D-33 Lieutenant Longley and scales used by License and Weight Division, June 1940
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
D-34 Radio work for Captain Draper, undated
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
D-35 75 silver dollars photographed for illustration in accident report, March 21, 1941
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
D-36 Wrecked DPS Chevrolet made at request of Lieutenant Longley, June 4, 1941
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
D-37 Captain Draper in uniform, copy, undated
[8 x 10-inch]
D-38 Driver's License girls, original by Deats, undated
[8 x 10-inch]
D-39 Portrait of N.K. Woerner, January 1942
[4 x 5-inch negative]
D-40 First driver's license suspended under the new driver's license law, holder of license Mrs. Hattibelle Boone Archer, undated
[5 x 7-inch negative]
D-41 Chief Draper, Captain Hickman, Colonel Garrison with first Driver's License supervisors, March 12, 1942
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
D-42 N.K. Woerner and employees in Accident Section for use in Annual Accident Report, March 12, 1942
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-43 Viola White as "Hawshaw" in DPS News, May 1942
[4 x 5-inch negative]
D-44 Vernez Johnson Moser at her desk as she returned from vacation and wedding, undated
[8 x 10-inch]
D-45 Lieutenant Longley, December 14, 1942
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
[One negative retouched.]
Box Folder
PP0491 D-46 Group of students attending Driver's License Examiners School, September 15, 1942
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
D-47 Lieutenant Longley and License and Weight Inspector Al Ross, weighing truck, December 14, 1942
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-48 Flood of driver's license applications received by Driver's License Bureau near deadline, October 28 and November 3, 1942
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-49 Seven Driver's License examiners attending school, November 16, 1942
[8 x 10-inch negative]
D-50 Driver's License examiner Richardson giving woman driver driver's license examination, parallel parking, etc., December 9, 1942
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-51 Driver's License Office, May 14, 1943
[8 x 10-inch negative]
D-52 Group shots of Driver's License Examiners School, May 1-14, 1943
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
D-53 Driver's License examiner Richter giving applicant road tests, May 12, 1943
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-54 Portraits of Chief John Draper, 1942
[5 x 7-inch negatives]
D-55
[empty folder]
D-56 Five girls employed by Driver's License in Accident Section, January 31, 1944
[8 x 10-inch negative]
D-57 Driver's License examiner Richardson giving driver's license examinations, October 1943
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-58 Captain Temple, October 1943
[8 x 10-inch negative]
D-59 Captain Temple and Captain Albright in Driver's License uniform, October 1943
[8 x 10-inch negative]
D-60 Chief Draper, Captain Albright, Captain Temple and Sergeant Hardy Matthews, October 1943
[8 x 10-inch negative]
D-61 Driver's License examiners Sergeant Jones and Richardson in pictures, November 30, 1943
[8 x 10-inch]
D-62 Chief Draper, Captain Albright and Captain Temple, October 1943
[8 x 10-inch negative]
D-63 Four girls and Captain Albright, employed by Driver's License in Driver Improvement Section, January 31, 1944
[8 x 10-inch negative]
D-64 Captain Albright, Mr. Carmichael and Captain Musick questioning driver, September 8, 1944
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-65 Driver's License examiners at ending Refresher School, entire Driver's License group and district groups, September 6, 1944
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
Box Folder
PP0492 D-66 Driver's License Sergeants and Chief Draper, April 15, 1944
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-67 Captain Albright and Deglandon, made for Driver Improvement Section, biennial report, March 1945
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-68 Injured soldiers at McClosky Hospital taking driver's license tests, July 13, 1945
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-69 Captain Musick and Miss Rollins showing driver's license records, May 1946
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-70 Captain Bill Davidson, Chief Examiner, sitting at his desk, 1945
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-71 The right and wrong way to drive an automobile, made for Driver's License Division, June 18, 1946
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-72 Chief A.F. Temple and all of the Driver's License captains, June 25, 1946
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
D-73 Interior of the Driver's License office, Austin District, September 24, 1946
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-74 Driver's License office interiors at Fort Worth and Dallas, September 19, 1946
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-75 Driver's License examiners, can be identified by badge number, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-76 Group of Driver's License students and instructors attending Driver's License School, November 10-29, 1947
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
D-77 Driver's License School activities, September 1-27, 1947
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-78 Driver's License girls and stack of mail, November 1, 1946
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-79 Driver's License School graduation exercises, September 1, 1947
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
Portraits:
D-80 Chief Temple, November 1947
[5 x 7-inch negatives]
D-81 Max Wayne Parker, undated
[5 x 7-inch negatives]
D-82 Karl D. Everitt, undated
[5 x 7-inch negatives]
D-83 Tip Franklin Jones, undated
[5 x 7-inch negatives]
D-84 Eugene Leon Free, undated
[5 x 7-inch negatives]
D-85 Reese L. Greaves, undated
[5 x 7-inch negatives]
D-86 Alfred J. Burns, undated
[5 x 7-inch negatives]
Box Folder
PP0493 D-87 Arthur L. Wilson, Jr., undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-88 Robert Earl Ashby, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-89 Thomas J. Greene, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-90 Grady F. Kelton, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-91 James H. Baldas, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-92 Willard J. Paulette, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-93 Roy L. Tabor, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-94 Bill C. Cooksey, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-95 Bernie M. Choate, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-96 Ralph R. Maddoux, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-97 Walter L. Roberts, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-98 John H. Grant, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-99 Harold W. Spencer, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-100 Verney L. Roberts, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-101 William H. Moore, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-102 Charles Raymond Vines, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-103 Lonnie M. Holland, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-104 Zefpra I. Hale, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-105 Charles R. Busbee, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-106 Edward G. Galloway, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-107 E.G. Caviness, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-108 Richard E. Culbertson, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-109 Clifford L. Brown, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-110 George R. Brent, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-111 William A. Berger, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-112 Archie W. Casey, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-113 Felix M. Ferrell, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-114 Lee H. Batsell, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-115 Carlton L. Massie, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
Box Folder
PP0494 D-116 Derrill Veach Mahaffey, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-117 Chas E. Odom, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-118 James A. Morriss, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-119 James A. Pattillo, Jr., undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-120 V.L. Perry, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-121 Holoway Shelton, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-122 Cassie W. Bauhof, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-123 Robert E. Jones, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-124 Leon C. Levy, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-125 Charles E. Jones, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-126 Thomas A. Wilson, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-127 Leslie A. Yates, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-128 Robert O. Wood, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-129 Dennis R. Toom, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-130 James C. Smith, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-131 Lukie O. Tomlin, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-132 Miles S. Rudloff, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-133 Bobby H. Rigler, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-134 Hayden E. Reynolds, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-135 William C. Wilson, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-136 Francis D. Ahlers, Driver's License Examiners School, November 22-December 21, 1948
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-137 Harold G. Lorimer, Driver's License Examiners School, November 22-December 21, 1948
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-138 Lloyd L. O'Neal, Driver's License Examiners School, November 22-December 21, 1948
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-139 Billy J. Barton, Driver's License Examiners School, November 22-December 21, 1948
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-140 Joel A. Berry, Driver's License Examiners School, November 22-December 21, 1948
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-141 C.B. James, Driver's License Examiners School, November 22-December 21, 1948
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-142 R.A. Stephens, Driver's License Examiners School, November 22-December 21, 1948
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-143 Lewis G. Stowe, Driver's License Examiners School, November 22-December 21, 1948
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-144 Alvin Doyle Spurlin, Driver's License Examiners School, November 22-December 21, 1948
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-145 Walter S. Parker, Driver's License Examiners School, November 22-December 21, 1948
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
Box Folder
PP0495 D-146 R.E. Blakeney, Driver's License Examiners School, November 22-December 21, 1948
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-147 Melvin Gaskamp, Driver's License Examiners School, November 22-December 21, 1948
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-148 Louie M. Bozeman, Driver's License Examiners School, March 7, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-149 Don E. Dolive, Driver's License Examiners School, March 7, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-150 Bert W. Huddleston, Driver's License Examiners School, March 7, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-151 Harold N. Lanham, Driver's License Examiners School, March 7, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-152 Roland K. McFarland, Driver's License Examiners School, March 7, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-153 Charles E. Morgan, Driver's License Examiners School, March 7, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-154 James L. Peterson, Driver's License Examiners School, March 7, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-155 Oscie P. Renfrow, Driver's License Examiners School, March 7, 1949.
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-156 Roy Wallace, Jr., Driver's License Examiners School, March 7, 1949.
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-157 William H. Smith, Driver's License examiner, Amarillo, Texas, May 1949
[3¼ x 4¼ negative]
D-158 Ocie Renfrow and S.B. Lee, Driver's License examiners, Lubbock, Texas, May 1949
[3¼ x 4¼ negative]
D-159 Holloway Shelton Driver's License examiner, Lubbock, Texas, May 1949
[3¼ x 4¼ negative]
D-160 Mrs. Terry Harrington Driver's License agent, Amarillo, Texas, May 1949
[3¼ x 4¼ negative]
D-161 Amarillo Office, May 1949
[3¼ x 4¼ negative]
D-162 Captain R.L. Castleberry, Driver's License, Lubbock, Texas, May 1949
[3¼ x 4¼ negative]
D-163
[empty folder]
Box Folder
PP0496 D-164 Negatives of Chief Temple and Captain Davidson giving special eye test to an applicant who is almost blind, September 24, 1948
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-165 Applicants at the Driver's License office in Dallas, October 6, 1948
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-166 Captain Jackson who is the senior captain, January 26, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-167 Various divisions of the Driver's License Bureau, February 1949
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-168 Driver's License Waco district meeting and fish fry at Trinidad, February 13, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-169 Captain Perry Dawson at his desk, March 17, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negative]
D-170 Betty Jones searching in Driver's License files, March 17, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negative]
D-171 Undine McGonagill at her desk,March 17, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negative]
D-172 Captain N.W. Jackson, July 13, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negative]
D-173 Doris Wukash, Janny Bierhower, and Shirley Armstrong at their desks, undated
[4 x 5-inch negative]
D-174 Helen Dufear at her desk, March 21, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negative]
D-175 Captain Perry Dawson, July 13, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negative]
D-176 Captain C.D. Brantley, July 13, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negative]
D-177 Chief A.F. Temple, July 13, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negative]
D-178 Captain R.L. Castleberry, July 13, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negative]
D-179 Captain Frank D. Albright, July 13, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negative]
D-180 Captain J.C. Ownbey, July 13, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negative]
D-181 Captain H.B. Mathews, July 13, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negative]
D-182 Captain D.O. Wilkerson, July 13, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negative]
D-183 Captain H.C. Smith, Jr., July 13, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negative]
D-184 Driver's License's main office personnel, July 15, 1949
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
D-185 Personnel in the Driver Improvement Section of Driver's License, July 15, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negative]
Box Folder
PP0497 D-186 Activities in the Driver's License main office, August 1949
[4 x 5-inch color transparencies (Ektachrome)]
D-187 Driver's License examiner giving tests to applicant, August 1949
[4 x 5-inch color transparencies (Ektachrome)]
D-188 Frank Pffalin sleeping in the carpenter shop, September 8, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negative]
D-189 Driver's License examiner recruit Ray Earl Boyd, September 8, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negative]
D-190 Driver's License examiner recruit Felton Jen Wilson, September 8, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negative]
D-191 Driver's License examiner recruit Roland Warner, September 8, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negative]
D-192 Captain Ferguson, September 28, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negative]
D-193 Driver's License Examiners School, September 29, 1949
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
D-194 Chief Temple, April 12, 1950
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-195 Joint meeting of the Waco and Dallas Districts in the TP & L Co.'s pavilion at Trinidad, May 7, 1950
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-196 Chief Temple at his desk, Skeeter Hetzel running IBM equipment, and view of files, June 27, 1950
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-197 New driver's license, February 26, 1951
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
D-198 Sergeant Wooley operating new driver's license machine, April 17, 1951
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-199 Colonel Garrison presenting Lieutenant Sanford B. Lee his captain's badge, September 19, 1951
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-200 Driver's License Examiners School, September 22, 1951
[8 x 10-inch negative]
D-201 Captain N.W. Jackson, June 13, 1952
[4 x 5-inch negative]
D-202 Examiner Roland Warner giving driving test to an applicant, October 30, 1952
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-203 Driver's license case in court at Dallas, November 3, 1952
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-204 Captain N.W. Jackson with and without uniform jacket, March 13, 1953
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-205 Captain N.W. Jackson being presented with a scholarship to the Traffic Institute at Northwestern University by Mr. J.E. Loder with Colonel Garrison and Chief Temple watching, May 1, 1953
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-206 Driver's License districts meeting in Austin, February 14, 1954
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-207 Captain N.W. Jackson receiving scholarship to Northwestern University from Mr. E.G. Zwascha with Chief Temple present, April 16, 1954
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-208 File section of Driver's License, June 29, 1954
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
D-209 Naomi Hull, August 1954
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-210 Driver's License men learning to use new Bell and Howell 202 projectors, September 16, 1954
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
Box Folder
PP0498 D-211 Captain Ferguson interviewing driver who has a bad record, August 1954
[4 x 5-inch negative]
D-212 Driver's License application procedure, August 1954
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-213 IBM and Driver Improvement Sections, August 1954
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-214 Captain N.W. Jackson at his desk, May 10, 1955
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-215 Driver's License men who attended Driver Improvement School, October 3-7, 1955
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
D-216 Driver's License examiner recruits, November 25, 1955
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
D-217 Portrait of Chief A.F. Temple, February 27, 1956
[5 x 7-inch negatives]
D-218 Portrait of Captain H.C. Smith, February 27, 1956
[5 x 7-inch negatives]
D-219 Portrait of Captain N.W. Jackson, February 27, 1956
[5 x 7-inch negatives]
D-220 Files and IBM printer, June 11, 1956
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-221 Fire in the ceiling of the file room, June 23, 1956
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-222 Damage to ceiling in file room, also correction to installation of ceiling light fixtures, June 29, 1956
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-223 Captain Jackson presenting an award to Hearing Officer R.E. Raines of Fort Worth, September 21, 1956
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-224 Group attending examiners school, January 11, 1957
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
D-225 Sheriff Jack Gary making a driver's license check on a motorist, Holly Osborne, March 5, 1957
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-226 Driver's License applicant backing into parking place, March 13, 1957
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-227 Austin Corporation Court Judge Pat Daugherty, Driver's License examiner Rolland, defendant Douglas Eastman, March 7, 1957
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-228 Driver's License clerk making check in files, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-229 Driver's License School's seven students, June 21, 1957
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
D-230 Lois Gamble and Roland Warner, Driver's License examiner recruit, July 1957
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
Box Folder
PP0499 D-231 Chief Temple receiving award from Colonel Garrison, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-232 Joann Stenson, Marjorie Weber and Viola Rech, October 16, 1957
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-233 Mrs. Guest, undated
[5 x 7-inch negatives]
D-234 Sergeant Fred L. Wright, Driver's License Division, Region #2, December 4, 1957
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-235 Undine McGonigell at her desk, December 4, 1957
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-236 Bobby Jean Steger of Driver's License Division, January 8, 1958
[5 x 7-inch negatives]
D-237 Frank Pffalin, retirement party, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-237-A Evelyn Matoska, Colleen Barnes, Marie Windler and Joann Stenson of Driver's License Section, February 3, 1958
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-238 Captain H.C. Smith, January 14, 1958
[5 x 7-inch]
D-239 Group of Driver's License school recruits, February 28, 1958
[8 x 10-inch]
D-240 Girls in Driver Improvement Section, June 1958
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-241 Chief A.F. Temple in suit, December 12, 1958
[5 x 7-inch negatives]
D-242 Portrait of Roland Warner, February 6, 1959
[5 x 7-inch negatives]
D-243 Roland Warner showing Wardell Wash award he received from scout troop, 1959
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-244 Group of Driver's License recruits at graduation, March 13, 1959
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
D-245 Mr. Sanford of Driver's License Section showing pair of socks received from girls in his division, April 16, 1959
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-246 Colonel Garrison pinning captain's badge on H.F. Foster, Driver's License, 1959
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
D-247 Alison Eblen, promotion to sergeant, November 1959
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
Education
Box Folder
PP0461 E-1
[empty folder]
E-2 Patrolmen in uniform second training school, undated
[8 x 10-inch]
E-3 Students of retraining school taking notes at imaginary murder scene, undated
[8 x 10-inch]
E-4 Bob Massengale and Criminal Law class, September 15, 1937
[8 x 10-inch]
E-5 Students on motorcycles in formation, undated
[4 x 5-inch]
E-6 Training school dormitory and hospital scenes, September 1937
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-7 Students in gymnastic work, undated
[4 x 5-inch]
E-8 Quartet and piano player in lunch room, September 15, 1937
[4 x 5-inch]
E-9 Students relaxing just before lunch, September 15, 1937
[4 x 5-inch]
E-10 Students leaving for Houston, San Antonio, Dallas and Tyler for duty as full-fledged Highway Patrolmen, September 21, 1937
[8 x 10-inch]
E-11 Group of students at beginning of school, undated
[5 x 7-inch and 8 x 10-inch]
E-12 Students and Captain Wells at rifle range, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-13 Hogg Memorial Auditorium, applicants taking first examination, June 28, 1937
[8 x 10-inch]
E-14 Four companies in military drill at the beginning of school, undated
[8 x 10-inch]
E-14-A Graduation group, Class of '37, also group at beginning of school, undated
[8 x 10-inch]
E-15 Tear gas demonstrations, September 17, 1937
[4 x 5-inch photographs ]
E-16 Department of Public Safety dining room with students, September 15, 1937
[8 x 10-inch]
E-17 Students getting instructions from Chief C.G. McGraw in latent fingerprints, undated
[8 x 10-inch]
E-18 Ambulance picking up injured student, undated
[8 x 10-inch]
E-18 Ambulance arriving at first aid station, undated
[8 x 10-inch]
E-18 Sergeant Dickey administering first aid, September 16, 1937
[8 x 10-inch]
E-19 Captain Garrison and class, September 16, 1937
[8 x 10-inch]
E-20 H.H. Kullenberg, student, stunting on motorcycle, September 17, 1937
[4 x 5-inch photographs ]
E-21 Training School dormitory, September 20, 1937
[8 x 10-inch]
E-22 Group of students in lecture hall with Federal Agents display of narcotics in background, Texas Peace Officer's Training School no. 1, December 14, 1937
[8 x 10-inch]
Box Folder
PP0462 E-23 Officers at rifle range, left side firing line, Texas Peace Officer's Training School no. 1, December 11, 1937
[8 x 10-inch]
E-24 Chief McGraw and handwriting and fingerprints display, subject photography as an aid to law enforcement, Texas Peace Officer's Training School no. 1, December 12, 1937
[8 x 10-inch]
E-25 Students classifying fingerprints, Captain Cordera of Mexico City extreme right, Texas Peace Officer's Training School no. 1, December 7, 1937
[8 x 10-inch]
E-26 Students and Chief McGraw illustrating subject of photography as an aid to law enforcement, Texas Peace Officer's Training School no. 1, December 12, 1937
[8 x 10-inch]
E-27 Students classifying fingerprints, Mr. Ford in background, Texas Peace Officer's Training School no. 1, December 7, 1937
[8 x 10-inch]
E-28 Students in laboratory studying chemistry, Texas Peace Officer's Training School no. 1, December 7, 1937
[8 x 10-inch]
E-29 Students recording fingerprints in lecture hall, Texas Peace Officer's Training School no. 1, December 7, 1937
[8 x 10-inch]
E-30 View of Federal Agents display of narcotics which was used to illustrate speech to students, Texas Peace Officer's Training School no. 1, undated
[8 x 10-inch]
E-31 Students taking fingerprints of suspects, Texas Peace Officer's Trailing School no. 1, December 7, 1937
[8 x 10-inch]
E-32 Group of officers in training at Department of Public Safety's Texas Peace Officer's Training School no. 1, December 7, 1937
[8 x 10-inch]
E-33 Students lifting latent fingerprints from automobile, Texas Peace Officer's Training School no. 1, December 7, 1937
[8 x 10-inch]
E-34 Students studying crime scene, Texas Peace Officer's Training School no. 1, December 7, 1937
[8 x 10-inch]
E-35 Students getting firearms instruction, microscope room, Texas Peace Officer's Training School no. 1, December 7, 1937
[8 x 10-inch]
E-36 Officers at rifle range, firing line right side of range, Texas Peace Officer's Training School no. 1, December 11, 1937
[8 x 10-inch]
Box Folder
PP0463 E-37 Students getting pistol instructions, right side of rifle range, Texas Peace Officer's Training School no. 1, December 7, 1937
[8 x 10-inch]
E-38 Officers at rifle range firing at target from hip, Texas Peace Officer's Training School no. 1, December 11, 1938
[8 x 10-inch]
E-39 Student taking gun from prisoner, Texas Peace Officer's Training School no. 1, December 7, 1937
[8 x 10-inch]
E-40 Students getting pistol instructions, left side rifle range, Texas Peace Officer's Training School no. 1, December 7, 1937
[8 x 10-inch]
E-41 Students in training on motorcycles and rifle range, April 26, 1938
[4 x 5-inch photographs ]
E-42 Joe Welch tied up in chains, May 11, 1938
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-43 Representative Sewell, student in training at Camp Mabry Patrol School, April 20, 1938
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-44
[empty folder]
E-45 Group of students, beginning of school, April 22, 1938
[8 x 10-inch]
E-46 Group of students with instructors at the beginning of school, April 22, 1938
[8 x 10-inch]
E-47 Company "C" in formation at the beginning of school, April 22, 1938
[8 x 10-inch]
E-48 Company "D" in formation at the beginning of school, April 22, 1938
[8 x 10-inch]
E-49 Company "A" at the beginning of school, April 22, 1938
[8 x 10-inch]
E-50 Company "B" in formation at the beginning of school, April 22, 1938
[8 x 10-inch]
E-51 Students of Hogg Memorial taking highway patrol examination, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-52 Student taking it easy before his next class, May 2, 1938
[4 x 5-inch]
E-53 Gonzaullas lecturing in classroom, undated
[4 x 5-inch]
E-53 Students and two captains taking notes, April 25, 1938
[4 x 5-inch]
E-54 Captain Albright and rookies stationed in Austin District, May 27, 1938
[8 x 10-inch]
E-55 Highway Patrol captains attending training school graduation exercises, May 27, 1938
[8 x 10-inch]
E-56 Cap. Hutchinson and rookies taken to his district, May 27, 1938
[8 x 10-inch]
E-57 Captain Legg and rookies taken to his district, May 27, 1938
[8 x 10-inch negative]
E-58 Captain Hill Foreman and rookies taken to San Antonio District, May 27, 1938
[8 x 10-inch negative]
Box Folder
PP0464 E-59 Captain Dan Abbott and rookies taken to Harlingen District, May 27, 1938
[8 x 10-inch negative]
E-60 Captain Wells and rookies taken to Pecos District, May 27, 1938
[8 x 10-inch]
E-61 Captain Elliott and rookies taken to Tyler District, May 27, 1938
[8 x 10-inch]
E-62 Captain Mayr and rookies taken to Houston District, May 27, 1938
[8 x 10-inch]
E-63 Captain Jim Reed and rookies taken to his district, May 27, 1938
[8 x 10-inch]
E-64 Captain Jim Line and rookies taken to Dallas District, May 27, 1938
[8 x 10-inch]
E-65 Captain Berry and rookies taken to his district, May 27, 1938
[8 x 10-inch negative]
E-66 Captain Nulty and rookies taken to Corpus Christi District, May 27, 1938
[8 x 10-inch negative]
E-67 Training school captains, May 26, 1938
[8 x 10-inch negative]
E-68 Captain Gilbert and rookies taken to San Angelo District, May 27, 1938
[8 x 10-inch negative]
E-69 Captain Draper and rookies taken to Wichita Falls District, May 27, 1938
[8 x 10-inch]
E-70 Dual control driver trainer car built by Studebaker with Captain Albright, Miss Taber, Bill Weeg and others, June 13, 1938
[4 x 5-inch negative]
E-71 Captain Garrison and Mexican Highway Patrol Chief attending Texas Peace Officer's Training School,
[8 x 10-inch negative]
E-72 Sixth patrol training school graduation exercises, May 28, 1938
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
Box Folder
PP0465 E-73 Students at pistol range, Sixth patrol training school, April 28, 1938
[4 x 5-inch negative]
[Made exclusively for Fort Worth Star Telegram.]
E-74 Joe Welch, jiu jitsu expert, training students of Sixth patrol training school, May 2, 1938
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-75 Fifth training school students in military drill before Governor Allred and state officials, September 11, 1937
[8 x 10-inch nitrate negative]
E-76 Fifth Highway Patrol Training School graduation exercises, October 14, 1937
[8 x 10-inch]
E-77 Students in training gym class, Sixth patrol training school, May 11, 1938
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-78 Sewell in classroom taking notes, Gonzaullas lecturing, Sixth patrol training school, April 25, 1938
[4 x 5-inch]
E-79 Students in workout in gymnasium, Sixth patrol training school, April 28, 1938
[4 x 5-inch]
[Made exclusively for Fort Worth Star Telegram.]
E-80 Representative Sewell at breakfast table with George Gambill and Arnette, April 25, 1938
[4 x 5-inch]
E-81 Images of car and two men enlarged to life size for training school target practice, undated
[8 x 10-inch]
Box Folder
PP0466 E-81 Images of car and two men enlarged to life size for training school target practice, undated
[8 x 10-inch]
E-82 Texas Peace Officers, Second training school, March 1939
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-83
[empty folder]
E-84
[empty folder]
E-85 Texas Peace Officers, Second training school rifle range shots, March 1939
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-86 B.F. Morgan, Police Department, Abilene; J.O. McMain, Police Department, Stephenville; W.H. Pyle, City Marshall, Crockett; and Mr. Forster, Rep. National Safety Council, attending First Traffic Training School, May 4, 1939
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-87 Tommy Gillispie used as target at rifle range, March 9, 1939
[8 x 10-inch negative]
E-88 Perryman used for making bobbing targets for Texas Peace Officers Training School no. 2, February 1939
[8 x 10-inch negative]
Box Folder
PP0467 E-89 Two Mexican officers attending First Traffic Training School sponsored by this department, May 8, 1939
[3¼ x 4¼-inch negative]
E-90 Group of officers and instructors attending First Traffic Training School, sponsored by this department, May 5, 1939
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-91 Watson Howell, Highway Patrol, Wichita Falls; Cecil Long, Police Department, Wichita Falls; and Mr. Forster, Rep. National Safety Council, attending First Traffic Training School, May 4, 1939
[8 x 10-inch negative]
E-92 E.J. Buckley Sheriff Department, Houston; W.R. Allison, Police Department, Houston; J.E. Murray, Police Department, Houston; and Rep. of National Safety Council Forster, attending First Traffic Training School, May 4, 1939
[8 x 10-inch negative]
E-93 E.P. Bogasch and H.L. Allen, both of police deptartment, San Antonio and Rep. National Safety Council Mr. Forster, attending First Traffic Training School, May 4, 1939
[8 x 10-inch negative]
E-94 R.E. Dysert, Police Department, Fort Worth; H. Reissig, Highway Patrol, Fort Worth; and Mr. Forster, Rep. National Safety Council, attending First Traffic Training School, May 4, 1939
[8 x 10-inch negative]
E-95 John Nunn, Highway Patrol, Amarillo; Billy Johnson, Highway Patrol, Plainview; J.B. Carlisle, Highway Patrol, San Angelo; and Mr. Forster, Rep. National Safety Council, attending First Traffic Training School, May 4, 1939
[8 x 10-inch negative]
E-96 E.R. Neill, Highway Patrol, San Antonio; Albert Earl, Police Department, Alamo Heights, San Antonio; and Mr. Forster, Rep. of National Safety Council, attending First Traffic Training School, May 4, 1939
[8 x 10-inch negative]
E-97 T.F. Stone, Police Department, Taylor; Charles Akin, Police Police Department, Temple; and Mr. Forster, Rep. National Safety Council, attending First Traffic Training School, May 4, 1939
[8 x 10-inch negative]
E-98 L.H. Davis, Police Department, Corpus Christi; Roy W. Klett, Highway Patrol, Corpus Christi; and Mr. Forster, Rep. National Safety Council, attending First Traffic Training School, May 4, 1939
[8 x 10-inch negative]
E-99 E.L. Stroud, Highway Patrol, Marfa; Mike Snider, Police Department, El Paso, Texas; and Mr. Forster, Rep. National Safety Council, attending First Traffic Training School, May 4, 1939
[8 x 10-inch negative]
E-100 W.C. Dillman, Police Department, Pampa, Texas; Ed E. Mitchell, Police Department, Plainview; and Mr. Forster, Rep. National Safety Council, attending First Traffic Training School, May 4, 1939
[8 x 10-inch negative]
E-101 E.B. Bethell, Police Department, Big Springs; Jack Ellington, Police Department, Odessa; Lewis Kitrell, Police Department, Lubbock; and Mr. Forster, Rep. National Safety Council, attending First Traffic Training School, May 4, 1939
[8 x 10-inch negative]
E-102 A.J. Bair, Highway Patrol, Dallas; Captain Moffatt; Glen Rose, Highway Patrol, Houston; and Mr. Forster, Rep. National Safety Council, attending First Traffic Training School, May 4, 1939
[8 x 10-inch negative]
E-103 L.M. McKinney and M.C. Blount, both of Dallas Police Department and Mr. Forster, Rep. National Safety Council, attending First Traffic Training School, May 4, 1939
[8 x 10-inch negative]
E-104 Joe Hubbard, Highway Patrol, Tyler; John Hudson, Chief of Police, Orange; and Mr. Foster, Rep. National Safety Council, attending First Traffic Training School, May 4, 1939
[8 x 10-inch negative]
Box Folder
PP0468 E-105 Ed Hearne, Highway Patrol, McAllen; Truett, Jordan, Hidalgo County Patrol, Mercedes; Walter J. Lysinger, Hidalgo County Patrol, Edinburg; and Mr. Forster, Rep. National Safety, Council, attending First Traffic Training School, May 4, 1939
[8 x 10-inch negative]
E-106 W.R. Atkins, L.C. Cave and Mr. Forster, Rep. of National Safety Council, attending First Traffic Training School, May 4, 1939
[8 x 10-inch negative]
E-107 Department display at Dallas Fair, October 14, 1939
[8 x 10-inch negative]
E-108 Department's Second Traffic Officers Training School group, April 15-27, 1940
[8 x 10-inch negative]
E-109 Dallas Fair exhibit, October 17, 1940
[8 x 10-inch negative]
E-110 Seal of Texas Department of Public Safety, Courtesy, Services and Protection, undated
[8 1/2 x 11]
E-111 Texas Peace Officers group, Third Training School, November 4-16, 1940
[8 x 10-inch]
E-112 Department books used in training officers related to fingerprints, handwriting, highway laws, etc., June 1940
[8 x 10-inch negative]
E-113 Bobbing targets used during Third Peace Officers Training School, 1940
[4 x 5-inch negative]
E-114 Lantern slides of marijuana plants, cigarettes and seeds for use in lecture work, May 12, 1941
[5 x 7-inch negatives]
E-115 Training School stills, September 12, 1941
[4 x 5-inch negative]
Box Folder
PP0469 E-116 Men in Driver's License Training School, August 29, 1941
[8 x 10-inch]
E-117 First Texas Highway Patrol Training School, military drill and first aid, September 26, 1941
[8 x 10-inch]
E-118 Group of students, First Texas Highway Patrol Training School, October 25, 1941
[8 x 10-inch negative]
E-119 Group of Second Texas Highway Patrol Training School, 8th School, December 6, 1941
[8 x 10-inch]
E-120 Graduation exercises of Second Texas Highway Patrol Training School, December 24, 1941
[4 x 5-inch]
E-121 Highway Patrol Training School used in DPS News, November 1941
[4 x 5-inch]
E-122 Group of officers attending FBI Training School conducted by Agent George Carlson, January 1942
[8 x 10-inch]
E-123 Texas Air Raid Warden Training School, June 1, 1942
[8 x 10-inch]
E-124 Driver's License School, May 1942
[8 x 10-inch]
E-125 Gas bomb demonstration, Texas Air Raid Warden School, June 2, 1942
[8 x 10-inch]
E-126 Gas mask and bombs to be used in air raid warden instruction work, April 12, 1942
[4 x 5-inch negative]
Box Folder
PP0470 E-127 Group of students attending school at DPS Headquarters receiving instructions for War Reserve Police, course by DPS and American Legion, August 3, 1942
[8 x 10-inch negative]
E-128 Don Lawrence and J.L. Cearley instructing CPT students in the use of the .45 automatic pistol, August 22, 1942
[4 x 5-inch negative]
E-129 Group of men attending school at DPS, Camp Mabry barracks, conducted by George C. Betts, Director, Veteran's State Service Office of Texas, October 22, 1943
[8 x 10-inch negative]
E-130 Patrol School graduation, December 23, 1942
[4 x 5-inch negative]
E-131 Mexican Officers attending DPS Special School, February 28-March 14, 1944
[8 x 10-inch negative]
E-132 Driver's License Examiners School, May 1944
[8 x 10-inch negative]
E-133 Colonel Lewis A. Dayton at close of U.S. Army Air Corps Intelligence School for officers, 1942
[4 x 5-inch negative]
E-134 Chilean officers attending three day DPS Special Training School, June 24, 1944
[4 x 5-inch and 8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-135 Group of Identification officers attending a seminar at DPS Headquarters, undated
[8 x 10-inch negative]
E-135 Groups made in total darkness with infra-red film, October 9-11, 1944
[4 x 5-inch negative]
E-136 Group of military policemen who worked with Texas Rangers as part of their schooling in PMG School, October 23, 1944
[8 x 10-inch negative]
E-137 Wharton County Sheriff Buck Lane demonstrating his lie detector to Sheriffs School, November 17, 1944
[4 x 5-inch negative]
E-138 Group attending School for Texas Sheriffs and Deputies, November 1944
[8 x 10-inch negative]
E-139 DPS class room with chairs, December 1944
[8 x 10-inch negative]
E-140 First Highway Patrol Re-training School, October 16-21, 1944
[8 x 10-inch negative]
E-141 Second Highway Patrol Re-Training School, October 1944
[8 x 10-inch negative]
E-142 Traffic Officers Training School, April 16-21, 1945
[8 x 10-inch negative]
Box Folder
PP0471 E-143 Group of students attending School for Criminal Investigators, June 11-23, 1945
[8 x 10-inch negative]
E-144 Patrolmen of '37 class who were in the service, attending the refresher course, April 12, 1946
[8 x 10-inch negative]
E-145 Group of Texas Highway Patrolmen who have been in the service, attending Refresher School #1, April 12, 1946
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-146 Texas Highway Patrolmen attending Refresher School for Returned Servicemen School #2, May 5, 1946
[8 x 10-inch negative]
E-147 Instructors and students attending Criminal Investigators School and various shots of school activities, March 4-8, 1946
[4 x 5-inch and 8 x 10-inch negative]
E-148 Officers attending DPS School for Criminal Investigators, Camp Mabry, September 23-28, 1946
[8 x 10-inch negative]
E-149 DPS exhibit at Dallas State Fair, October 1946
[4 x 5-inch negative]
E-150 Officers attending DPS School for Traffic Officers, October 14 and 26, 1946
[8 x 10-inch and 8 x 20-inch negatives]
E-151 Colonel Phillips and Captain Musick receiving pen and pencil set from members of Traffic Officers Training School, presented by Lieutenant Derden, Fort Worth Police Department, October 25, 1946
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-152 Officers attending administrative conference at Austin Hotel, November 17-20, 1946
[8 x 10-inch negative]
E-153 Group of officers attending DPS School for Texas Sheriffs and Deputies, Camp Mabry, December 2 and 14, 1946
[8 x 10-inch and 8 x 20 negatives]
E-154 FBI crime scene staged for members of the Sheriffs and Deputies School, December 2 and 14, 1946
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-155 Waco group officers (S.O.) attending DPS School for Texas Sheriffs and Deputies, Sheriff Alexander in group, December 2 and 14, 1946
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
Box Folder
PP0472 E-156 Student patrolmen on motors, Texas Highway Patrol Training School, February 14, 1947
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-157 Group of students attending Texas Highway Patrol Training School, instructors in one picture, February 14, 1947
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-158 Colonel Garrison and group of officers attending School for Texas Sheriffs and Deputies including Ed Luttrel Jr. of Vernon and B.O. Hawkins of Aspermont, November 1946
[4 x 5-inch negative]
E-159 Chief Fletcher, Speedy Martin, Sheriff Steve Guthrie of Dallas, and others attending school for Texas Sheriffs and Deputies, November 1946
[4 x 5-inch negative]
E-160 Chief Fletcher, Charlie Meyer of Beaumont, and Louis Otter of Anahuac who were attending School for Texas Sheriffs and Deputies, November 1946
[4 x 5-inch negative]
E-161 Colonel Garrison, Charlie Meyer, Louis Otter of Anahuac and Sheriff Conditt of Lufkin attending School for Texas Sheriffs and Deputies, November 1946
[4 x 5-inch negative]
E-162 Sidney Lanier, Charlie Meyer, Beaumont, Louis Otter, Anahuac, and Sheriff Conditt, Lufkin, School for Texas Sheriffs and Deputies, November 1946
[4 x 5-inch negative]
E-163 Chief McLaughlin Charlie Meyer, Beaumont, Louis Otter of Anahuac, and Sheriff Conditt of Lufkin in lie detector room, School for Texas Sheriffs and Deputies, November 1946
[4 x 5-inch negative]
E-164 Captain Fred Olson, Sheriff Dean L. Holliman of Athens, attending School for Texas Sheriffs and Deputies, November 1946
[4 x 5-inch negative]
E-165 Joel Tisdale, Sheriff Dean Holliman of Athens, Grady Crawford of Longview, attending School for Texas Sheriffs and Deputies, November 1946
[4 x 5-inch negative]
E-165
[empty folder]
E-167 Chief Fletcher, Deputy Sheriff Hank Santerre, Dallas attending School for Texas Sheriffs and Deputies, other deputies in photo, November 1946
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-168 J.H. Arnette, Sheriff Coy M. Coker, and Sheriff Fayette Clifton, attending School for Texas Sheriffs and Deputies, November 1946
[4 x 5-inch negative]
E-169 George Lacy, Derwood Nollner, Fred Prestege of Sherman, and Howard Johnson of Ardmore, Oklahoma, attending School for Texas Sheriffs and Deputies, November 1946
[4 x 5-inch negative]
E-170 Fred Rymer, Steve Guthrie, and Steve's deputies attending School for Texas Sheriffs and Deputies, November 1946
[4 x 5-inch negative]
E-171 E.N. Martin, Fred Prestege of Sherman, and Howard Johnson of Ardmore, Oklahoma, attending School for Texas Sheriffs and Deputies, November 1946
[4 x 5-inch negative]
E-172 Chief Fletcher Ed Luttrel of Vernon, Fred W. Foreman of Palo Pinto, H.H. Coward of Jourdanton, H.F. Fenton and other sheriffs attending School for Texas Sheriffs and Deputies, November 1946
[4 x 5-inch negative]
E-173 Chief Fletcher and Sheriff Fleming of Abilene who were attending School for Texas Sheriff and Deputies, November 1946
[4 x 5-inch negative]
E-174 Sidney Lanier, Ed Luttrell of Vernon, and H.T. Melton of Benjamin, attending School for Texas Sheriffs and Deputies, November 1946
[4 x 5-inch negative]
E-175 Colonel Garrison, Sheriff Medlin of Seguin, and Sheriff H.H. Coward of Jourdanton, attending School for Texas Sheriffs and Deputies, November 1946
[4 x 5-inch negative]
E-176 J.H. Arnette, Derwood Nollner, Sheriff Alexander of Waco, and Sheriff George Grimes of Meridian, attending School for Texas Sheriff and Deputies, November 1946
[4 x 5-inch negative]
E-177 Captain Fred Olson, Sheriff Medlin of Seguin, and Sheriff H.H. Coward of Jourdanton attending School for Texas Sheriffs and Deputies, November 1946
[4 x 5-inch negative]
E-178 Chief McLaughlin, Otis Shaw of Brownwood, H.F. Fenton of Coleman, Wallace Joiner, and El Dorado attending School for Texas Sheriffs and Deputies, November 1946
[4 x 5-inch negative]
Box Folder
PP0473 E-179 Chief Fletcher, Earl Hill of Memphis, J.C. Reese of Hereford, and Hugh Anderson of Borger, attending School for Texas Sheriffs and Deputies, November 1946
[4 x 5-inch negative]
E-180 Colonel Garrison, J.J. Pierce, and Ocie H. Murray attending School for Texas Sheriffs and Deputies, November 1946
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-181 Fred Rymer and L.B. Eddens attending School for Texas Sheriffs and Deputies, November 1946
[4 x 5-inch negative]
E-182 George Lacy and L.B. Eddens attending school for Texas Sheriffs and Deputies, November 1946
[4 x 5-inch negative]
E-183 Colonel Garrison, Charlie Meyer of Beaumont; C.G. Alexander of Waco; and Hank Santerre of Dallas, attending School for Texas Sheriffs and Deputies, November 1946
[4 x 5-inch negative]
E-184 Fred Rymer, Dean Holliman, and Grady Crawford, attending School for Texas Sheriffs and Deputies, November 1946
[4 x 5-inch negative]
E-185 Colonel Garrison and E.J. Tarbox of Lipscomb, attending School for Texas Sheriffs and Deputies, November 1946
[4 x 5-inch negative]
E-186 Jimmy Rogers and partner from Dallas taking it easy between classes at School for Texas Sheriffs and Deputies, November 1946
[4 x 5-inch negative]
E-187 Chief Fletcher, Jess Garriker, Fred Prestege, Dean Holliman, and others attending School for Texas Sheriffs and Deputies, November 1946
[4 x 5-inch negative]
E-188 Colonel Garrison, Fred Prestege, Dean Holliman, Hank Santerre, David Castle, L.C. Riddle, and A.G. White, attending School for Texas Sheriffs and Deputies, November 1946
[4 x 5-inch negative]
E-189 Derwood Nollner and group of deputy sheriffs attending School for Texas Sheriffs and Deputies examining bicycle sent in from hit-run case, November 1946
[4 x 5-inch negative]
E-190 J.H. Arnette, Sheriff Steve Guthrie and crew of his deputies attending School for Texas Sheriffs and Deputies, November 1946
[4 x 5-inch negative]
E-191 E.N. "Speedy" Martin, H.T. Fleming, Otis Shaw, and H.F. Fenton attending School for Texas Sheriffs and Deputies, November 1946
[4 x 5-inch negative]
E-192 Group of officers attending School for Texas Sheriffs and Deputies, November 1946
[8 x 20 negative and 16 x 20 photograph]
E-193 Group of officers attending School for Traffic Officers, May 19-31, 1947
[8 x 10-inch negative]
E-194 Driver's License and patrol captains attending DPS Administrative Officers School, June 2-7, 1947
[8 x 10-inch negative]
E-195 Texas Highway Patrol sergeants attending training school, June 9-14, 1947
[8 x 10-inch negative]
E-196 Group of officers attending School for Criminal Investigators, June 16-21, 1947
[8 x 10-inch negative]
Box Folder
PP0474 E-197 Group of Highway Patrolmen and Driver's License examiners attending in-service training school, June 30-July 5, 1947
[8 x 10-inch negative]
E-198 Group of Highway Patrolmen and Driver's License examiners attending in-service training school,July 21-26, 1947
[8 x 10-inch negative]
E-199 Group of Highway Patrolmen and Driver's License examiners attending in-service training school, July 7-12, 1947
[8 x 10-inch negative]
E-200 Group of Highway Patrolmen and Driver's License examiners attending in-service training school, July 14-19, 1947
[8 x 10-inch negative]
E-201 Various phases of laboratory training given to members of Highway Patrol and Driver's License examiners in-service school, June-July 1947
[4 x 5-inch negative]
E-202 Texas police radio operators attending radio seminar, July 28-29, 1947
[8 x 10-inch negative]
E-203 Group of students attending School for Driver's License Examiners, September 1 and 27, 1947
[8 x 10-inch negative]
E-204 Group of students attending school for traffic officers,October 6-11, 1947
[8 x 10-inch negative]
E-205 Group of students attending class for supervisory personnel, conducted by University of Texas Extension Service, 1947
[4 x 5-inch negative]
E-206 Group of License and Weight Inspectors attending school, October 17, 1947
[8 x 10-inch negative]
E-207 Group of License and Weight Inspectors attending school, October 1947
[8 x 10-inch negative]
E-208 Group of officers attending School for Criminal Investigators, October 27-November 1, 1947
[8 x 10-inch negative]
E-209 Group of Driver's License examiners attending school, March 8 and 20, 1947
[8 x 10-inch negative]
E-210 Group of Texas Rangers attending in-service training school, March 8-13 and 15-20, 1947
[8 x 10-inch negative]
E-210 Group of Texas Rangers and the other school for Rangers on file, undated
[8 x 10-inch negative and 16 x 20 photograph]
[Print in 16 x 20 printing frame]
E-211 The proper use of your knife, fork, spoon and the proper way to hold them, January 9, 1948
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-212 Captain Musick, George Clark, Texas Safety Association, and others with "Dopey," a dummy depicting examples of household accidents, February 14, 1948
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-213 Graduation exercises, 11th Highway Patrol Training School, February 21, 1948
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-214 Highway Patrol and Driver's License sergeants attending school, March 23, 1948
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
Box Folder
PP0475 E-215 Group of students who attended and graduated 11th Highway Patrol Training School, February 21, 1948
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-216 Various phases of training activities, First Platoon, 11th Texas Highway Patrol Training School, December 1947-February 21, 1948
[4 x 5-inch and 8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-217 Various phases of training activities, Second Platoon, 11th Texas Highway Patrol Training School, December 1947-February 21, 1948
[4 x 5-inch and 8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-218 Various phases of training activities, Third Platoon, 11th Texas Highway Patrol Training School, December 1947-February 21, 1948
[4 x 5-inch and 8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-219 Various phases of training activities, Fourth Platoon, 11th Texas Highway Patrol Training School, December 1947-February 21, 1948
[4 x 5-inch and 8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-220 Harry Goldberg and Maurice Acers, Texas Sheriffs and Deputies School, November 1946
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-221 12th Texas Highway Patrol Training School graduation, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-222 12th Texas Highway Patrol Training School, April 1-June 23, 1948
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-223 Banquet for Criminal Investigators School, July 19-24, 1948
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-224 Group of officers attending Criminal Investigators School, July 19-24, 1948
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-225 Don Richards and McMurray doing drunk act, October 22, 1948
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-226 13th Texas Highway Patrol Training School graduation, October 23, 1948
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-227 13th Texas Highway Patrol Training School, August 1-October 23, 1948
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-228 Patrolmen Ellison and Fuller receiving congratulations from their families, October 23, 1948
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-229 DPS exhibit at Texas State Fair, October 9-24, 1948
[2¼ x 3¼ negatives]
E-230 Members of the Sheriff's and Deputies School being shown through the Bureau of Identification and Records by Colonel Garrison and Chief Fletcher, November 12, 1948
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
Box Folder
PP0476 E-231 Sheriffs and Deputies School group, November 19, 1948
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-232 Program for Sheriffs and Deputies School, November 19, 1953
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-233 Driver's License Examiners School group, November 22- December 21, 1948
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-234 Captain Musick and two sergeants from California Highway Patrol, November 30, 1948
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
[L to R: Howard W. Amborn, Roland Gautache, and Captain Musick.]
E-235 Mark Fairman in various activities during Texas Highway Patrol School, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-236 Gene Krueger hypnotized by Earl Elliott, Texas Highway Patrol, January 29, 1949
[2¼ x 3¼ negatives]
E-237 Mr. DeWitt Greer of the Texas Highway Department, lecturing to Texas Highway Patrol School, February 2, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-238 14th Texas Highway Patrol Training School, December 1, 1948-February 22, 1949
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-239 Platoon #1, 14th Texas Highway Patrol Training School, Little Bailey, Sergeant, February 21, 1949
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-240 Platoon #2, 14th Texas Highway Patrol Training School, Big Bailey, Sergeant, February 21, 1949
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-241 Platoon #3, 14th Texas Highway Patrol Training School, J.W. Blackwell, Sergeant, February 21, 1949
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-242 Platoon #4, 14th Texas Highway Patrol Training School, Russell, Sergeant, February 21, 1949
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-243 14th Texas Highway Patrol Training School graduation exercises, February 22, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-244 Driver's License Examiners School, March 7-12, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-245 Traffic officers group attending school at Camp Mabry, March 14-19, 1949
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-246 Program for the Traffic School, March 18, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-247 Criminal Investigators School, March 21-26, 1949
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-248 "Six Honest Men" used in DPS classroom, April 1949
[5 x 7-inch negatives]
E-249 Student patrolmen attending class in beds, May 11, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-250 15th Texas Highway Patrol Training School party, May 20, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-250 15th Texas Highway Patrol Training School, May 20, 1949
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
Box Folder
PP0477 E-251 Graduation exercises of 15th Texas Highway Patrol Training School, May 21, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-252 Bureau of Education personnel, July 1949
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-253 Driver Improvement School,July 11-16, 1949
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-254 In-service Training School for Texas Highway Patrol, July 27, 1949
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-255 In-service Patrol School, July 30, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-256 Group attending In-service Training School for Highway Patrolmen, August 11, 1949
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-257 DPS personnel for Chaparral, made by Chief Musick, September 1949
[3¼ x 4¼ negatives]
E-258 1st Radio Dispatcher School, October 10, 1949
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-259 Group attending 2nd Radio Dispatchers School, October 24-29, 1949
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-260 Program at banquet of Traffic Officer's Training School, November 14-19, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-261 Traffic Officer's Training School, November 14-19, 1949
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-262 Colonel Garrison pinning chief's badge on Tom C. Laws, new Education Chief, November 18, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-263 Party given at Criminal Investigators School, December 2, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-264 Program for City Officers School in DPS Classroom, December 16, 1949
[3¼ x 4¼ negatives]
E-265 Group attending school for new officers, two weeks, December 16, 1949
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-266 Criminal Investigators School, December 28, 1949
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
Box Folder
PP0478 E-267 Judge Mace Thurman, prosecutor Perry Jones, and District Attorney's Investigator George Pope, 1950
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-268 Program after graduation banquet of 16th Texas Highway Patrol School, February 24, 1950
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-269 16th Texas Highway Patrol School with instructor, undated
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-269 Group without instructor, undated
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-269 Graduation exercises, February 25, 1950
[4 x 5-inch negative]
E-270 Ranger Captain Olson and Truman Stone showing two Japanese officers how the Rangers destroy gambling equipment, also showing tear gas gun and cartridge, March 14, 1950
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-271 In-service Training School for Texas Highway Patrolmen, May 5, 1950
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-272 In-service Training School for Texas Highway Patrolmen, May 12, 1950
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-273 Retraining School of Texas Highway Patrolmen, May 15-19, 1950
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-274 In-service School for Highway Patrolmen, May 26, 1950
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
Box Folder
PP0479 E-275 School for Criminal Investigators, October 20, 1950
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-276 Program for Criminal Investigators School, October 16-21, 1950
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-277 Sheriffs and Deputies School, undated
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-277 Activities of school and program, November 13-25, 1950
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-278 Judges School, December 7, 1950
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-279 Patrol recruits boxing, March 6, 1951
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-280 Patrol recruits injured in training, March 14, 1951
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-281 Mr. Harry Horts, March 14, 1951
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-282 17th Patrol School Entertainment Program, March 23, 1951
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-283 17th Texas Highway Patrol School, March 24, 1951
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-284 17th Texas Highway Patrol graduation exercises, March 24, 1951
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-285 In-service Training School for Texas Highway Patrolmen, 1930-1938 group, May 12, 1951
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-286 In-service Training School for Texas Highway Patrolmen, May 19, 1951
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-287 Austrian student receiving driving lessons from Safety Division, May 25, 1951
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-288 In-service Training School for Texas Highway Patrolmen, May 26, 1951
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-289 License and Weight Inspectors School, September 22, 1951
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-290 Recruit Patrolmen boxing, November 7, 1951
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-291 Entertainment program for 18th Texas Highway Patrol School, November 23, 1951
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-292 18th Texas Highway Patrol Training School, November 24, 1951
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-293 18th Texas Highway Patrol Training School graduation exercises, November 25, 1951
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-294 Criminal Investigators School, December 3-8, 1951
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-295 Entertainment Program presented for Criminal Investigators School, December 7, 1951
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
Box Folder
PP0480 E-296 City of Galveston Police Department School, February 14, 1952
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-297 Officers attending school in the Angelina Hotel, Lufkin, Texas, February 19, 1952
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
[Negative loaned to Lufkin.]
E-298 Texas Highway Patrol In-service Training School #1, April 12, 1952
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-299 Texas Highway Patrol In-service Training School, April 19, 1952
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-300 Texas Highway Patrol In-service Training School, April 26, 1952
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-301 Jim Shaw, June 6, 1952
[3¼ x 4¼ negatives]
E-302 Entertainment program presented for 19th Texas Highway Patrol School, July 2, 1952
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-303 19th Texas Highway Patrol Training School, July 5, 1952
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-304 19th Texas Highway Patrol School graduation exercises, July 5, 1952
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-305 Chief T.C. Laws at his desk, August 7, 1952
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-306 Chief Glen McLaughlin instructing in police school at Longview, September 25, 1952
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-307 Driving skill test used in Texas Highway Patrol schools, October 16, 1952
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-308 Lonnie McIntire and Clayton Bedner congratulating each other, Sergeants Higginbotham and Vantrese pinning corporal's stripes on McIntire and Bedner, October 15, 1952
[3¼ x 4¼ negatives]
E-309 Harry Leach talking to class, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-309 Class watching accident scene being investigated, October 17, 1952
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-310 Sergeants Higginbotham and Vantrese weighing class notebooks, December 2, 1952
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-311 Group of students in the 20th Texas Highway Patrol Training School, undated
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-311 Graduation exercises, December 6, 1952
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-312 Sheriffs school being shown through bureau, December 10, 1952
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-313 Sheriffs and deputies attending school, December 12, 1952
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-314 Entertainment program for Sheriffs and Deputies School, December 12, 1952
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-315 Lessie Callan, Ruby Wright, and Jim Shaw in Bureau of Education, January 15, 1953
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-316 Criminal Investigators School, undated
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-316 Entertainment program for school, February 2-6, 1953
[3¼ x 4¼ negatives]
E-317 1937 Texas Highway Patrol School, August 20, 1953
[8 x 10-inch copy negative]
E-318 Harry Leach checking student patrolman's eyes with Telebinocular Unit, September 21, 1953
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-319 R.L. "Pop" Harkins at cash register, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-319 Part of cafeteria used by student patrolmen, November 10, 1953
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-320 Jim Shaw, November 18, 1953
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
Box Folder
PP0481 E-321 Lessie Callan, November 18, 1953
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-322 21st Texas Highway Patrol Training School making accident investigations, October 14-November 21, 1953
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-323 Entertainment program for 21st Texas Highway Patrol School, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-323 Truemon Stone barbecuing chickens, November 20, 1953
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-324 Group of students in 21st Texas Highway Patrol Training School, November 21, 1953
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-325 Group attending School for Criminal Investigators, March 1-5, 1954
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-326 Group attending captains and sergeants school, March 13, 1954
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-327 Group attending captains and sergeants school, March 27, 1954
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-328 Criminal Investigators School for License and Weight Inspectors, April 19-23, 1954
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-329 In-service School for Texas Highway Patrol, May 3-7, 1954
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-330 In-service School for Texas Highway Patrol, May 15, 1954
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-331 In-service School for Texas Highway Patrol,May 22, 1954
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-332 In-service School for Texas Highway Patrol, May 29, 1954
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-333 Group of Texas Highway Patrol sergeants attending second DPS Photography School, June 14-18, 1954
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-334 Isometric drawing of new Education Building, July 1954
[8 x 10-inch copy negative]
E-335 Officers attending Criminal Investigators School, October 4-8, 1954
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-336 Chief Tom Laws of Education Division, November 1954
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-337 Patrol school activities, November 1954
[3¼ x 4¼ negatives]
E-338 Sheriffs School held, December 6-10, 1954
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-339 Program presented after barbecue for patrol school, December 15, 1954
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-340 Graduation exercises for the 22nd Texas Highway Patrol Training School, December 17, 1954
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-341 Men graduating from the 22nd Texas Highway Patrol Training School, December 17, 1954
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-342 Chief Tom Laws, March 14, 1955
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-343
[empty folder]
E-344 Jim Shaw of the Education Division, March 17, 1955
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-345 Officers attending Texas Highway Patrol In-service School, May 7, 1955
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
Box Folder
PP0482 E-346 Harry Leach of the Education Division, March 22, 1955
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-347 Patrol In-service School, May 14, 1955
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-348 In-service School for Patrol, May 16-21, 1955
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-349 Patrol In-service School, May 21-28, 1955
[8 x 10-inch negative]
E-350 Progress in construction of the new Education Building, August 17, 1954-November 1955
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-351 Interior and exterior of new Education Building, October 19, 1955
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-352 Education Bureau's activities during Texas Highway Patrol School, October 19, 1955
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-353 Student patrolmen activities, November 15, 1955
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-354 Class during the 23rd Patrol School and the first aid room, December 13, 1955
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-355 Mock trial for Texas Highway Patrol class in Judge Mace Thurman's court, December 15, 1955
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-356 23rd Texas Highway Patrol School, December 16, 1955
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-357 Graduation exercises for the 23rd Texas Highway Patrol School, December 16, 1955
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-358 Interior of new Education Building, January 31, 1956
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-359 Portrait of Chief Tom Laws, February 27, 1956
[5 x 7-inch negatives]
E-360 24th Texas Highway Patrol School celebrating their graduation party, March 15, 1956
[3¼ x 4¼ negatives]
E-361 Group of students in 24th Texas Highway Patrol Training School, March 16, 1956
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-362 Graduation exercises of the 24th Texas Highway Patrol School, March 16, 1956
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-363 First aid being demonstrated by Jim Shaw, Chief Dickerson of Austin Fire Department, and Captain Heiling of the Austin Police Department, using as models Mary Oxford and Cecil Hill, March 19, 1956
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-364 Group of students attending Traffic Officers School, DPS Education Building, March 19-23, 1956
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-365 Class for recruits, with and without instructors, May 4, 1956
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-366 Entertainment program for the 24th Texas Highway Patrol School, June 8, 1956
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-366 Graduation exercises of the Patrol School, June 8, 1956
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
Box Folder
PP0483 E-367 Group attending the traffic officer's training school, June 11-15, 1956
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-368 A drunk man, Jim Shaw, drinking and driving, August 24, 1956
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-369 Portrait of Harry Leach, February 27, 1956
[5 x 7-inch negatives]
E-370 Group attending the Traffic Officer's School, September 7, 1956
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-371 Graduation exercises of the 26th Texas Highway Patrol School, August 31, 1956
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-372 Men attending School for Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association, August 31, 1956
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-373 26th Texas Highway Patrol School, August 31, 1956
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-374 Chief Laws passing out literature in class, March 7, 1957
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-375 27th Patrol School's graduation party, November 23-30, 1956
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-376 Group attending the Traffic Officer's School, November 23-30, 1956
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-377 27th Patrol School's graduation exercises, November 24, 1956
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-378 Group of students graduating from the 27th Texas Highway Patrol School, November 23, 1956
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-379 Group attending the Criminal Investigators School, December 3-7, 1956
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-380 Group of officers attending Sheriffs School, December 10-14, 1956
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-381 Patrol lieutenants receiving First Aid instructions, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-381 Group attending school, December 17-20, 1956
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-382 Patrol recruits receiving driving instructions, January 4, 1957
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-383 Students boxing in the 28th Patrol School, January 21, 1957
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-384 Student patrolmen riding motorcycles, March 4, 1957
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
Box Folder
PP0484 E-385 28th Texas Highway Patrol School, March 14, 1957
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-386 Entertainment program given by the 28th Texas Highway Patrol School, March 14, 1957
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-387 Graduation exercises of the 28th Texas Highway Patrol School, March 15, 1957
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-388 Texas Highway Patrol In-service Training School, March 18-23, 1957
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-389 Photo School accident scene, March 25-29, 1957
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-390 Safe Burglary Conference, April 5, 1957
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-391 Group attending Criminal Investigation School, April 8-12, 1957
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-392 Group of men attending the 4th Annual Homicide Investigation Seminar, April 22, 1957
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-393 Traffic Officers' Training School, May 6-10, 1957
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-394 Group graduating from the 25th Texas Highway Patrol School, June 8, 1956
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-395 15th School for Driver's License Examiner-Patrolmen, September 27, 1957
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-396 Front view of Education Building, October 18, 1957
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-397 DPS Supervisors School, October 7-12, 1957
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-398 DPS Supervisors School, September 30-October 5, 1957
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-399 School for Traffic Officials, October 21-25, 1957
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-400 Criminal Investigators School, October 28-November 1, 1957
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
Box Folder
PP0485 E-401 Judo throws, Al Stone, Henry Manning and Maurice Beckham, October 9, 1957
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-402 Group of supervisors completing school, October 19, 1957
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-403 Finals in Recruit School boxing, January 9, 1958
[4 x 5-inch and 8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-404 Motor Vehicle Inspectors class, February 22, 1958
8 x 10-inch
E-405 Basic Recruit Training School, April 2-May 30, 1958
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-406 Recruit Training School Highway Patrol Service, April 2-July 11, 1958
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-407 Driver's License recruits and Driver's License School, July 18, 1958
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-408 Group of Highway Patrol lieutenants attending school at DPS Academy, July 24, 1958
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-409 Bill McElroy, Firearms Instructor and trophies won in pistol meet, August 25, 1958
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-410 Graduation exercises for Recruit Training School, August 6-November 7, 1958
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-411 Recruit Training School, August 6-November 7, 1958
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-412 Billy McElroy's trophies, October 30, 1958
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-413 Highway Patrol In-Service School, November 14, 1958
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-414 Training Building, for Chaparral, interior, December 17, 1958
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-415 Bill McElory, 1959
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-416 Texas Highway Patrol School, March 13, 1959
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-417 Group of officers attending Homicide Seminar, April 1959
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-418 In-service Training School for Highway Patrolmen, November 17-21, 1958
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-419 Group of patrolmen attending In-Service Training School during week of February 9-13, 1959
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-420 In-service Training School from February 16-20, 1959
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
Box Folder
PP0486 E-421 Recruit Training School for Highway Patrolmen, March 13, 1959
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-422 Driver's License recruits and men attending Driver's License School, March 13, 1959
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-423 In-service school, March 23-27, 1959
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-424 In-service Training School for Highway Patrolmen from March 30-April 3, 1959
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-425 DPS Judo Team, October 20, 1958
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-426 Supervisory School for majors, June 26, 1959
[8 x 10-inch negatives and photographs]
E-427 Supervisor School during week of June 28-July 3, 1959
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-428 Supervisors School during week of July 6-10, 1959
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-429 Supervisors School during the week of July 13-17, 1959
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-430 Service training class, March 20, 1959
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-431 Pistol meeting and trophies, June 19, 1969
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-432 License and Weights men and Recruit Training School, April 14-July 28, 1959
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-433 Graduation exercises for patrolmen in Recruit Training School, July 28, 1959
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
E-434 Supervisor's School week of July 20-24, 1959, July 24, 1959
[4 x 10 negatives]
E-435 Group of Driver's License Patrolmen graduating from April 14-July 28, 1959 school, July 28, 1959
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
Box Folder
PP0487 E-436 Group of Texas Highway Patrolmen graduating from school during week of April 14-July 28, 1959, July 28, 1959
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-437 Sergeants Supervisors School during week of July 28-31, 1959, July 31, 1959
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-438 Sergeants Supervisors School during week of August 3-7, 1959, August 7, 1959
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-439 Sergeants Supervisors School held during week of August 10-14, 1959
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
E-440 Graduation of Patrol School, November 17, 1959
[2¼ x 2¼ negatives]
E-441 Billie McElroy, publicity shots with pistol, November 18, 1959
[4 x 5-inch transparencies and negatives]
Field Office
Box Folder
PP0553 FO-1 Region #6, District B, copied, September 24, 1957
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negative]
FO-2 Major Kent Odom, undated
[two 5 x 7-inch black-and-white negatives]
FO-3
[empty folder]
FO-4 Major Guy Smith, January 28, 1958
[three 5 x 7-inch black-and-white negatives]
FO-5 Major Glen Rose, January 28, 1958
[two 5 x 7-inch black-and-white negatives]
FO-6 W.J. Elliott, copied, January 28, 1958
[three 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
FO-7 Major Guy Smith, Commander, Region #1, undated
[three 5 x 7-inch black-and-white negatives]
FO-8 Portrait of Major Glen Rose, July 14, 1958
[three 4 x 5-inch and 5 x 7-inch black-and-white negatives]
Headquarters
Box Folder
PP0500 H-1
[empty folder]
H-2 Portrait of Colonel H.H. Carmichael, undated
[5 x 7-inch]
H-3 Colonel H.H. Carmichael's badge, undated
[5 x 7-inch]
H-4 Colonel W. Haywood Mabry for Colonel H.H. Carmichael, undated
[5 x 7-inch]
H-5 R. Wilkins and multilith machines, undated
[8 x 10-inch]
H-6 Garage and mechanics at work, old shop, undated
[8 x 10-inch]
H-7 Captain Garrison on wanted notice, January 13, 1938
[8 x 10-inch]
H-8 Old picture for Captain Garrison and L.H. Thomas, undated
[5 x 7-inch copy photograph ]
H-9 Colonel Carmichael inspecting work around the department buildings, September 18, 1937
[8 x 10-inch]
H-10 Exterior views of buildings before completed, September 20, 1937
[8 x 10-inch]
H-11 Captain Garrison with and without glasses, September 25, 1937
[5 x 7-inch photographs ]
H-12 Captain Dykes in his office, September 27, 1937
[8 x 10-inch]
H-13 Captain Garrison's living quarters, September 17, 1937
[8 x 10-inch]
H-14 Captain Garrison in his office, September 27, 1937
[8 x 10-inch]
H-15 Colonel Carmichael and Karl Gerchsherimer of Mexico and Division Chiefs, September 29, 1937
[4 x 5-inch and 8 x 10-inch nitrate negatives]
H-16 Colonel Carmichael, his son and guests in dining room, September 30, 1937
[4 x 5-inch]
H-17 Colonel Carmichael and Tim McCoy in dining room, undated
[8 x 10-inch]
H-18 Aerial views of Camp Mabry and Austin skyline, undated
[5 x 7-inch and 8 x 10-inch photographs and negatives]
Box Folder
PP0501 H-19 Old army picture for Colonel Carmichael and Henry Singleterry, October 26, 1937
[4 x 5-inch copy photograph]
[Includes some safety film.]
H-20 Colonel Carmichael's grandson, age 7 months, undated
[4 x 5-inch photograph]
H-21
[empty folder]
H-22 Views of buildings with snow, undated
[8 x 10-inch]
H-23 Department dining room showing kitchen in background, undated
[8 x 10-inch]
H-24 Colonel Carmichael, sergeant of Michigan State Police and Chief R.D. "Boss" Thorp, Austin Police Department, undated
[4 x 5-inch]
H-25 Colonel Carmichael and Captain Garrison in colonel's office, undated
[4 x 5-inch]
H-26
[empty folder]
H-27 Copy of letter sent to Colonel Carmichael from Jose Manzano, El Auditor General of Mexico, undated
[8 x 10-inch]
H-28 Department radio program put on by Captain Garrison and members of the Curtain Club, undated
[4 x 5-inch]
H-29 Colonel H.H. Carmichael and little grandson, made in department dining hall, undated
[4 x 5-inch]
H-30 Data on ages of burglars, for Bob Massengale, undated
[6-inch negatives
H-31 Views of outside work being done around department buildings, April 4, 1938
[8 x 10-inch]
H-32 Department garage showing interior of building, undated
[8 x 10-inch]
H-33 Group of mechanics standing by grease rack in department garage, undated
[8 x 10-inch]
H-34 Parts room, department garage, undated
[8 x 10-inch]
H-35 Mechanics at work on state car, department garage, undated
[8 x 10-inch]
Box Folder
PP0502 H-36 Department gun room, with Pennington and Captain Cannady, undated
[8 x 10-inch]
H-37 Camp Mabry entrance, showing plaque: "Camp Mabry, est. 1892," undated
[8 x 10-inch]
H-38 View of Camp Mabry entrance showing cannon left, undated
[8 x 10-inch]
H-39 View of old cannon with new rock base which was built by WPA labor, undated
[8 x 10-inch]
H-40 Cedar fence and rock work along drive, WPA work, undated
[8 x 10-inch]
H-41 View of road way looking north showing cattle guard and rock slides, April 6, 1938
[one 8 x 10-inch nitrate negative
]
H-42 View of rock and road work, looking south from driveway below department driveway, April 6, 1938
[8 x 10-inch]
H-43 View of main entrance to Camp Mabry showing cannons on both sides, undated
[8 x 10-inch]
H-44 View of main entrance to buildings of Department of Public Safety, undated
[8 x 10-inch]
H-45 View of rock work looking north from Colonel Carmichael's entrance to office,April 6, 1938
[8 x 10-inch]
H-46 Copies of old football program from November 20, 1893, copied for Mr. Richardson, April 11, 1938
[5 x 7-inch]
H-47 Copy of General Hutchings in full dress uniform while Adjutant General, April 20, 1938
[5 x 7-inch]
H-48 Colonel Carmichael and boys in dining room, undated
[4 x 5-inch]
H-49 Captain Garrison, for future use in newspapers, etc., undated
[4 x 5-inch]
Box Folder
PP0503 H-50 WPA before work began remodeling buildings around Camp Mabry, (OK Colonel Carmichael), undated
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
H-51 Homer Garrison, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-52 Camp Mabry, undated
[5 x 7-inch negative]
H-53 Captain Dikes and badge, undated
[4 x 5-inch]
H-54 Pop Deats in Ben Hur costume, undated
[4 x 5-inch]
H-55 Pop Deats in patrolman uniform, undated
[4 x 5-inch]
H-56 Colonel Carmichael and Colonel Garrison standing by their cars with department sign in background, undated
[8 x 10-inch]
H-57 Colonel H.H. Carmichael and department radio truck on parade field with U.S. Coast Guard plane, undated
[4 x 5-inch]
H-58 Patrolman and Texas Ranger standing by Associated Press news machine, undated
[8 x 10-inch]
[Bob Massengale and Sergeant Butler in one and Captain Albright and Mannie Gault in other.]
H-59 Department of Communications system with Bernice Ellis, Bob Massengale and Tommie Gillispie at their positions, undated
[8 x 10-inch]
H-60 Colonel and chiefs showing Lieutenant General Bullard around department, undated
[4 x 5-inch]
Box Folder
PP0504 H-61 L.G. Deats, Chief Accountant in his office, undated
[8 x 10-inch]
H-62 Colonel Garrison when he was with the Sheriff's Department at Lufkin, Texas, undated
[8 x 10-inch]
H-63 Flowers and funeral arrangements of the late Colonel H.H. Carmichael, undated
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
[Two complete sets of Colonel Carmichael's funeral pictures.]
H-64 Colonel Garrison shaking hands with Captain Hamm upon the latters appointment to Assistant Director, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-65 Captain S.O. Hamm the day he was appointed to Assistant Director, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-66 Colonel Garrison, made between department buildings with arch in background, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-67 The definition of "Loyalty" and the word "Test" for Captain Garrison, undated
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
H-68 Bob Massengale portrait, undated
[5 x 7-inch copy negative]
H-69 Roll of film found in Colonel Carmichael's car which was made on his last trip to Camp Perry, one good picture of the colonel on this roll, undated
Box Folder
PP0504.1 H-70 Colonel Garrison with big hat, boots, and two guns, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-70 Colonel Garrison, copied from photo made in California, undated
[8 x 10-inch photographs ]
H-70 Latest portraits of Colonel Garrison with and without hat, undated
[4 x 5-inch contact prints ]
H-70 Colonel Garrison with boots, big hat and two guns, undated
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
H-70 Portraits of Colonel Garrison with hat, undated
[8 x 10-inch]
H-70 Colonel Garrison from print made in California, undated
[5 x 7-inch negative]
H-70 Colonel Garrison on horse - DW, undated
[5 x 7-inch]
H-70 Colonel Garrison on horse SW, undated
[5 x 7-inch]
H-70 Colonel Garrison without hat, undated
[8 x 10-inch]
H-70 Colonel Garrison on horse, made at commission meeting, Marshall, Texas, undated
[4 x 5-inch and 8 x 10-inch negatives]
H-70 Colonel Garrison without hat, glass, undated
[8 x 10-inch photographs ]
H-70 Colonel Homer Garrison, glass without hat, undated
[8 x 10-inch]
H-70 Colonel Garrison and gavel made from portion of beam of the National White House, Washington, D.C., undated
[4 x 5-inch negative]
H-70 Colonel Garrison speaking to IACP (International Association of Chiefs of Police) conference, Dallas, Texas, undated
[8 x 10-inch copy negative]
H-70 Colonel Garrison on horse, undated
[8 x 10-inch negative]
H-70 Colonel Garrison in black face, undated
[8 x 10-inch]
H-70 Colonel Garrison sketched for black face act, used to advertise DPS Annual Barbecue, undated
[8 x 10-inch negative]
H-70 Portraits of Colonel Garrison, undated
[8 x 10-inch]
H-70 Portrait of Colonel Garrison department director, October 18, 1938
[5 x 7-inch negatives]
Box Folder
PP0505 H-71 Portrait of Captain S.O. Hamm, Assistant Director, undated
[5 x 7-inch negatives]
H-72 Old Highway Patrol picture of Colonel Garrison, Dub Naylor and others, undated
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
H-73 Old and new badges of DPS, undated
H-74 Colonel H.H. Carmichael in uniform, undated
[8 x 10-inch negative]
Box Folder
PP0506 H-75 Editorial writers being entertained in department, undated
[4 x 5-inch negative]
H-76 Bob and Colonel Garrison, colonel's new badge, undated
[4 x 5-inch negative]
H-77 Coast Guard plane of prison farms in and around Huntsville and Sugarland, Texas, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-77 Huntsville prison farms, undated
H-78 Headquarters display at Gregory Gym, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-79 Front of department buildings and view looking west showing archway between buildings, undated
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
H-80 Naylor shooting machine gun from auto, publicity, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-81 Captain S.O. Hamm and family at their home, undated
[3¼ x 4¼ negatives]
H-82 Cactus gardens and buildings of department, undated
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
Box Folder
PP0507 H-82 or 83 Extra pictures of Colonel H.H. Carmichael's funeral, undated
H-84 Colonel Garrison reading Dick Tracy in the Sunday funny paper, Wick Fowler, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-85 Colonel Garrison shaking hands with Lieutenant Frank Kreml of Evanston, Illinois, expert on safety, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-86 Colonel Homer Garrison's badge and identification card, undated
[5 x 7-inch negatives]
H-87 New accounting machines used by Headquarters, requested by Deats, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-88 Captain Aldrige and "Paul Mex Helper" standing by a truck load of cactus, undated
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
H-89 Colonel Garrison, Captain Shauer, Wick Fowler, and radio announcer at station KNOW, Bell Program, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-90 Dead man on the slab in the morgue, request of Captain S.O. Hamm, undated
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
H-91 Cactus garden, latest, July 22, 1939
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
H-92 1939 Ford wrecked car, headquarters car, driven by N.K. Dixon and J.O. McGuire, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-93 Bloodhound pups, made for Captain Hamm, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-94 Colonel Garrison talking to Jim Novy and Paramount men about a picture on Texas Rangers, August 9, 1939
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
Box Folder
PP0508 H-95 Punch board with "Please Pass the Biscuits Pappy,""Voting in the Rain," and etc., photographed for the Governor and Colonel Garrison, October 28, 1939
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
H-96 Department radio tower being installed and erected by City of Austin, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-97 Letter from Attorney General's Department ruling on department appropriation bill, letter to Colonel Homer Garrison, December 11, 1939
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
H-98 Gambling devices on truck, in piles and burned, undated
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
H-99 Colonel Garrison, Riggs, and Naylor on hunting trip, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-100 Dub Naylor and bloodhound given to him by Huntsville Prison to be used with department bloodhounds, December 1939
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-101 Sketch of Colonel Homer Garrison made in Mexico City, undated
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
H-102 Department radio station KTXA State Police; Wilkins in pictures at operators position, November 1, 1939
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
H-103 Pigeons belonging to the department used for carrying messages, November 20, 1939
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-104 Inauguration of Commissioner Judge Lacy from Longview, including group of the three commissioners, Mr. Cottingham, Mr. Richardson and Mr. Lacy, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-105
[empty folder]
H-106
[empty folder]
H-107 Bob Massengale and boys who were on part time payroll prior to September 1, 1939
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
H-108 Slot machines picked up by Texas Rangers over the state, September 9, 1939
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
Box Folder
PP0509 H-109 An injunction against Colonel Garrison by United Amusement Co., slot machines and marble tables, September 12, 1939
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
H-110 Bloodhounds for Colonel Garrison and Captain Hamm, October 5, 1939
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-111 Letter sent to Colonel Garrison from A.L. Barr, Texas Ranger reporting on suspected murder, Hidalgo, County, February 23, 1940
[8 x 10-inch photographs ]
H-112 Radio tower, radio building, microphone, June 29, 1940
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
H-113 Slot machines and marble tables burned, July 8, 1940
[8 x 10-inch]
H-114 Slot machines and marble tables burned, May 6, 1940
[8 x 10-inch]
H-115 Slot machines and marble tables burned, June 4, 1940
[8 x 10-inch]
H-116 Colonel Garrison showing members of San Antonio Police School photographs of fragments of broken glass, August 1940
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-117 Captain Royal G. Phillips at his desk in Intelligence Bureau, undated
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
H-118 Un-American activities, Fifth Column, letter and bulletins from Industrial Control Reports, the James True Association, Washington, D.C., copied from Colonel Garrison, undated
[8 1/2 x 11 paper negatives]
H-119 Rulings from Attorney General Mann on Department appropriation, undated
[8 1/2 x 11 paper negatives]
H-120 Portrait of Chief Fred Hickman, February 1941
[5 x 7-inch negatives]
H-121 Dale Campbell formerly employed by Headquarters Division, April 1941
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-122 Aerial map for Chief Hickman and Chance, August 5, 1941
[5 x 7-inch negatives]
Box Folder
PP0510 H-123 Colonel Garrison presenting Captain John R. Hughs with Certificate of Valor for True Detective Magazine, December 1940
[three 4 x 5-inch inch negatives]
H-124 Cartoon drawn by "Nash" showing the guy they built the highways for; idea furnished Nash by Colonel Garrison, June 2, 1941
[8 x 10-inch]
H-125 Colonel Garrison, Mr. Richardson, F.B.I. agents for conference with local officers, May 27, 1941
[8 x 10-inch]
H-126 Portraits of Colonel Homer Garrison Jr. with his big hat on, February 1941
[5 x 7-inch]
H-127 Portrait of Captain Hickman with hat on, undated
[5 x 7-inch negatives]
H-128 Colonel Garrison at desk and firing magnum from hip, October 16, 1941
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-129 Negative of room showing four walls where homicide was committed, copied for Chief Hickman, October 18, 1941
[8 x 10-inch]
H-130 Mug portraits of boy who was beat up in Corpus Christi, made for Attorney General's Department, October 25, 1941
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-131 L.G. Deats at desk, February 6, 1942
[4 x 5-inch]
H-132 M.H. Lindell at desk, February 6, 1942
[4 x 5-inch]
H-133 Old gun powder being burned to destroy, April 16, 1942
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-134 DPS employees' service flag, April 27, 1942
[8 x 10-inch]
H-135 Mr. Richardson, Mr. Cottingham, and Mr. Prendergrast in group, undated
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
H-136 S-Women ball game, June 4, 1942
[8 x 10-inch]
H-137 S-Women banquet in DPS cafeteria, May 7, 1942
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-138
[empty folder]
H-139 S-Women in uniforms and fatigue suits and trailer, April 17, 1942
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-140 S-Women Corps learning mechanics at DPS Shops, March 20, 1942
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-140 Group in classroom, March 27, 1942
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
Box Folder
PP0511 H-141 S-Women Corps group in fatigue suits, June 19, 1942
[8 x 10-inch]
H-142
[empty folder]
H-143 Right rear fender of Captain Phillips' car damaged in accident, July 13, 1942
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-144 Court trial put on by S-Women Corps entertainment for 10-year men at banquet in their honor, October 23, 1942
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-145 Associated Press dispatch from Vichy, France concerning Texas Rangers, August 19, 1942
[10-inch negative]
H-146 Mr. Maddox, member DPS Commission, January 1943
[5 x 7-inch negative]
H-147 M.H. Lindell, Chief Accountant, at his desk, December 14, 1942
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-148 J.H. Singleterry, Chief Clerk DPS, November 1, 1942
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-149 S-Women in November 11 parade, Congress Avenue, Austin, Texas, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-150
[empty folder]
H-151
[empty folder]
H-152 Inspection of S-Women Corps, inspector, Major Gehagan, and Adjutant General's staff, November 1942
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-153 Identification of members of DPS S-Women's Corps, made for radio license, September 1942
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-154 DPS radio equipment, Bennie Williams at mike, December 9, 1942
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-155 Captain Phillips, Captain Nulty, Fred Olson and Mrs. Brown in Intelligence Bureau Office, December 1942
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-156
[empty folder]
H-157 DPS radio station tower, Fiskville, December 1942
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
H-158 Radio transmitter, June 23, 1943
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
H-159 Chief Fred Hickman, June 7, 1943
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-160 thru H-169
[empty folders]
Box Folder
PP0512 H-170 Chief Fred Hickman on Joe Thompson's horse, March 17, 1943
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-171 Portrait of Captain Royal G. Phillips, made by Dan McCaskill at his university studio, May 1943
[5 x 7-inch negatives]
H-172 thru H-174
[empty folder]
H-175 Colonel Royal G. Phillips and office girls in Intelligence, January 10, 1943
[8 x 10-inch]
H-176 Letter from Colonel Garrison to Lieutenant Oran R. Key, about bomber named "Texas Ranger,"February 2, 1944
[8 x 10-inch negative]
H-177
[empty folder]
H-178 Paul the gardener, December 1943
[4 x 5-inch negative]
H-179 Sign "228 Members Now in Military Service,"January 1944
[negative]
H-180 Department of Public Safety uniforms, Colonel Garrison, Captain Musick, Captain Albright, Alfred Allee and S-Women, 1943
[8 x 10-inch]
H-181 Colonel Phillips in uniform for identification card, August 1943
[4 x 5-inch negative]
H-182 Texas Ranger captains and Colonel Garrison and Captain Hickman, August 1943
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
H-183 Captain Fred Hickman U.S. Army uniform, August 25, 1943
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
H-184 DPS Commission meeting and barbecue at Mr. Maddox's Ranch, Nolan County, Sweetwater, Texas, December 1943
[4 x 5-inch and 8 x 10-inch negatives]
H-185 Texas Peace Officers Association display, meeting at El Paso, Texas, January 18-19, 1944
[4 x 5-inch and 8 x 10-inch negatives]
H-186 DPS front entrance with snow on building, January 14, 1944
[8 x 10-inch negative]
H-187
[empty folder]
H-188 Chief Hill foreman with two guns and boots, March 8, 1944
[8 x 10-inch negative]
H-189 Radio station KTXU, Houston, August 1944
[3 1/3 x 4¼ negatives]
H-190 Colonel Garrison and Miss Margaret Hamma, World's Fastest Typist, June 16, 1944
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
Box Folder
PP0513 H-191 DPS exhibit at Amarillo, Texas, 1944
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
H-192 DPS exhibit made at Corpus Christi, Texas, September 18, 1944
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-193 Radio station KTXR, Dallas, Texas, September 1944
[3 1/3 x 4¼ negative]
H-194 Commissioner's meeting at Mr. Pendergrast's farm near Marshall, April 29, 1944
[4 x 5-inch and 8 x 10-inch negatives]
H-195 Colonel Garrison's guns, belt and holsters, October 1944
[8 x 10-inch negative]
H-196 DPS Commissioners Mr. Cottingham, Mr. Pendergrast and Mr. Maddox, all individual shots, December 1944
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-197 Colonel Garrison and Trey with their boots, big hats, etc., 1945
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-198 Police exhibits at Rio Grande Valley Police Conference, December 5-6, 1945
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-199 DPS shops, mechanics at work, March 1945
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-200 Colonel Garrison and serape which was given to him by Mexico Police Officials, April 26, 1945
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
H-201 annd H-202
[empty folder]
H-203 Police radio stations in Texas that are allied with DPS equipment, April 5, 1945
[8 x 10-inch negative]
H-204 DPS radio equipment, Naylor and Broman stringing aerial, Bennie Williams at Mike C.W. Ticker, September 1944
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-205 Colonel Phillips and Captain Olson studying Texas map and M.O. reports in Intelligence files, January 20, 1945
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-206 Lieutenant Colonel Royal G. Phillips at his desk in uniform, January 20, 1945
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-207 DPS radio station KTXH, Dallas, Texas, January 29, 1945
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-208
[empty folder]
H-209 Joe Fletcher on horse made at Mr. Pendergrast Ranch, 1944
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-210 Gulf Coast hurricane, August 1944
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
Box Folder
PP0514 H-211 Colonel Royal G. Phillips in Adjutant General's Department uniform, August 1945
[5 x 7-inch negatives]
H-212 DPS Barb-B-Q, Zilker Park, October 18, 1945
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-213 Letter of commendation to Colonel Phillips, undated
[8 x 10-inch negative]
H-214 Colonel Phillips and his secretaries, May 30, 1946
[4 x 5-inch negative]
H-215
[empty folder]
H-216 Colonel Phillips for identification card, December 1946
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-217
[empty folder]
H-218 Criminal and un-American maps, Intelligence Section, December 1946
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
H-219 All division chiefs of DPS Depts, undated
[4 x 5-inch and 8 x 10-inch negatives]
H-220 Mr. Prager taking movie of Colonel Garrison showing Dub Naylor and Leshe new movie camera, 1947
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-221 DPS regulations on DPS barracks, 1947
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
H-222 Drawings of "The Three Tough Punks,"1947
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
H-223 Colonel Royal G. Phillips at his desk and close-up for National Guard identification cards, March 6, 1947
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-224 Colonel Garrison and sound scriber, April 3, 1947
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-225 DPS boat equipment, June 20, 1947
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-226 and H-227
[empty folder]
H-228 DPS diving equipment with Dub Naylor in suit, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-229 Old radio shops occupied, 1938-1948, January 1948
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-230 Officials of Georgia Bureau Investigation talking to Chief Fletcher explaining walkie-talkie, 1948
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-231 Roy Wade, January 23, 1948
[4 x 5-inch retouched negative]
H-232 Colonel Garrison and Chief Fletcher presenting prize money to Marion Johnson for the winning name for DPS magazine. Inspector Connor representing Sergeant Sam Guines co-winner with Marion, May 30, 1948
[4 x 5-inch negative]
Box Folder
PP0515 H-233 One copy of "This is my Goal,"1948
[8 1/2 x 11]
H-234 "Cop and Robber" drawing, 1948
[8 x 10-inch negative]
H-235 Joe S. Fletcher talking over telephone and looking at map, one standing and one sitting at desk, 1948
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-236 Fake hold-up, Derward Nollner and R.L. Harkins, June 18, 1948
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-237
[empty folder]
H-238
[empty folder]
H-239 DPS exhibit, El Paso, 1948
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
H-240 Joe Fletcher, Jr., June 1948
[4 x 5-inch retouched negatives]
H-241 DPS shops, June 1948
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
H-242 State of Texas map sign used on Highway Patrol cars, 1948
[8 x 10-inch negative]
H-243 Diving operations Truemon Stone and Patrolman James D. Davidson, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-244 Taylor posed at fan belt rack, DPS Chaparral, September 2, 1948
[4 x 5-inch negative]
H-245 Carlos Navarro putting decal on patrol cars, September 2, 1948
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-246 Mr. Prendergast's dog "Great Dane,"September 28, 1948
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-247 Colonel Phillips and office girls, Chief Fletcher and N.K. Dixon, October 14, 1948
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-248 Department radio shops, October 21, 1948
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
H-249 Chief Fletcher and Joe Jr. on horses, Camp Mabry, October 24, 1948
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-250 Dinner at Driskill Hotel honoring Colonel Homer Garrison Jr., November 10, 1948
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-251 Chief Fletcher using walkie-talkie, FM Radio Unit, November 27, 1948
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-252 Jimmie Stothis, DPS radio station KTSK, Harlingen, November 29, 1948
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-253
[empty folder]
Box Folder
PP0516 H-254 Chief Joe Fletcher with hat, December 1948
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-255 Colonel Phillips and N.K. Dixon; Colonel explaining map to Dixon, December 1948
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-256 Kay Walker operating punch card machine, December 1, 1948
[4 x 5-inch negative]
H-257 Mr. Pool operating paper cutter, December 1, 1948
[4 x 5-inch negative]
H-258 DeGlandon and Harold Berg operating multilith machines, December 1, 1948
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-259 Albert Larson operating stitching machine, December 1, 1948
[4 x 5-inch negative]
H-260 Frances Skeen operating mimeograph and Dorothy Thiele using Vari-Typer, December 1, 1948
[4 x 5-inch negative]
H-261 Bob Massengale's two boys, one used 1948 Christmas cards, December 7, 1948
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-262 Mr. Hoxie Thompson, member DPS Commission, December 11, 1948
[5 x 7-inch negatives]
H-263 Katy Nunnelee modeling for DPS Chaparral,January 1949
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-264 Mrs. Mary Ferguson, bookkeeper, Accounting Division, January 1949
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-265 Nellie Allman Secretary, Communications Section, January 1949
[4 x 5-inch negative]
H-266 Personnel Director Fritz Christian, January 26, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negative]
H-267 DPS buildings snow of '49, January 31, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-268 1949 patrol car, showing RCA FM radio installation, February 10, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negative]
H-269 Group picture of Colonel Garrison, Chief Fletcher, Colonel Phillips, Bob Massengale and Captain Musick, undated
[4 x 5-inch negative]
H-270 Jimmie King, radio operator KTXI, San Angelo, Texas, March 14, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-271 Mary Hardwicke and Billie Hughes, March 17, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negative]
H-272 Norma Lee Crowley, switch board operator, March 17, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negative]
H-273 Floyce Huddleston, Accounting Division, March 21, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negative]
H-274 Dorothy Thiele using veri-typewriter, Mimeograph Section, March 21, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negative]
H-275 Captain J.O. Musick and "Preacher" in cafeteria, Preacher serving captain, March 17, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-276 Gordon Erickson, mail clerk, sorting mail, March 17, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negative]
H-277 Colonel Garrison, Chief Elliott, J.B. Carlisle, Inspector Connor and Chief Joe Fletcher taken in Colonel's office inspecting patrol manual, March 17, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negative]
H-278 Martha Riley, Training Division, March 21, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negative]
H-279 Charlie Harvey, Personnel Section, March 21, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negative]
H-280 Bob Massengale and Chief W.J. Elliott standing by cedar tree in front of headquarters, undated
[4 x 5-inch negative]
H-281
[empty folder]
Box Folder
PP0517 H-282 Bert DeGlandon operating key punch machine, Accounting Division, March 21, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negative]
H-283 Paul Hinijosa, the "Gardener" leaning on hoe in rose garden, March 17, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negative]
H-284 Wallie Leonard inspecting cover for Chaparral, March 17, 1949
[one 4 x 5-inch inch negative]
H-285 Bill Harris and C.W. Bentley checking anti-freeze in cars, January 31, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-286 Radio station KTXI San Angelo, Texas, July 20, 1948
[4 x 5-inch and 8 x 10-inch negatives]
H-287 DPS radio station KTEB, Tyler, September 12, 1948
[4 x 5-inch and 8 x 10-inch negatives]
H-288 DPS radio station DTXD, Boerne, November 4, 1948
[4 x 5-inch and 8 x 10-inch negatives]
H-289 Edith McKay, Accident Section, working at desk piled high with accident reports, January 2, 1949
[3¼ x 4¼ negatives]
H-290 Program presented to Judges Convention by DPS Stump Jumpers, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-291 Stump Jumpers entertaining members of San Marcos Lions Club at Eagle Rock Lake near Wimberley, Texas, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-292 Program, DPS Annual Barbecue, April 14, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-293 Radio operator Lane Wells in station KTXE, Amarillo, Texas, May 12, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-294 Colonel Garrison receiving Safety Award from IACP (International Association of Chiefs of Police), presented by Colonel Kreml in presence of Governor Jester, May 25, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-295 Colonel Garrison, Chief Fletcher, Martha Chudy and Hazel Buffalo, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negative]
H-296
[empty folder]
H-297 Bill Broman at his desk with Handie-Talkie, June 1, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-298 Mrs. Skeen, Accounting Division, June 1, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-299 Group of employees, Statistical Division, June 1949
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-300 Radio dispatchers station KKD-303, Bennie Williams, Frank Bland, Rochester Wilkins, Quincy Welch, Jack Tingle, July 1, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-301 Martha Chudy and Hazel Hinson, July 13, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-302 Marion Johnson at sorter machine, July 13, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-303 N.K. Woerner, portrait, July 14, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
Box Folder
PP0518 H-304 J.B. Alderdice, portrait, July 14, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-305 Lewis Berry, July 14, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-306 Group of employees in Accounting Division, July 14, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-307 Paul Hinojosa and Juan Sanchez, July 14, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-308 Otto Ahlers and Mr. Kleinschmidt, July 14, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-309 DPS porters, July 14, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-310 DPS cafeteria kitchen help, July 14, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-311 Group of employees, Bureau of Education, July 14, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-312 Fritz Christian and employees, Personnel Office, July 15, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-313 Colonel Royal Phillips at files, Intelligence Division, July 15, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-314 Roy Fruth, July 15, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-315 N.K. Dixon, Doris Smith and Bill Jordan, July 19, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-316 Gordon Erickson, mail clerk, July 19, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-317 Bob Massengale, July 20, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-318 Bill Broman and his secretary, July 21, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-319 Radio shop employees, July 21, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-320 DPS radio transmitter atop Mount Franklin, El Paso, August 10, 1949
[4 x 5-inch color transparencies (Ektachrome)]
H-321 KKD-303 radio tower, August 1949
[4 x 5-inch color transparencies (Ektachrome)]
H-322 Steve Clark and Mitchell installing radio transmitter in car, August 1949
[4 x 5-inch color transparencies (Ektachrome)]
H-323 Portable headquarters bus, August 19, 1949
[4 x 5-inch color transparencies (Ektachrome)]
H-324 Highway patrol car, Navion Plane, and aerial shots of Camp Mabry, September 8, 1949
[4 x 5-inch and 8 x 10-inch negatives]
H-325 Chief Joe Fletcher biting horse's ear, October 1949
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
Box Folder
PP0519 H-326 Colonel Garrison and Chief Fletcher with horses and trailer, October 1949
[4 x 5-inch color transparencies (Ektachrome)]
H-327 DPS Commission meeting at Trinity, Texas, home of Commissioner Hoxie Thompson.
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-328 DPS plane, The Texas Ranger, October 18, 1949
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
H-329 DPS plane, The Texas Ranger, with Captain Fred Olson, Chief Fletcher, Doyle Curington, Max Westerman and Clint Peoples; also aerial shots of plane, October 28, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-330 Lewis Berry at his desk, November 1949
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-331 Marion Johnson and others operating microfilm machine, November 1, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-332 Colonel Garrison, Captain Musick, and Mr. Charles Miller the day Captain J.O. Musick was appointed Manager, Texas Safety Association, November 15, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-333 and H-334
[empty folder]
H-335 DPS Christmas party, December 23, 1949
[negatives]
H-336 Progress chart, DPS Chaparral, 1950
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-337 Miss Bertha Mason, Accounting Division, 1950
[4 x 5-inch negative]
H-338 Miss Peggy Backhaus and Birdie Peterson, 1950
[4 x 5-inch negative]
H-339 Colonel Garrison at a desk, 1950
[8 x 10-inch copy negative]
H-340 Colonel Phillips, Lewis Berry, N.K. Woerner and Captain Marvin Gordon checking M.O. Plan, 1950
[5 x 7-inch copy negative]
H-341 DPS radio tower station KTYU, Carrizo Springs, 1950
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-342 Peggy Backhaus and Dorothy Donnelley, 1950
[4 x 5-inch negative]
H-343 Bobbie L. Linehan, Pauline Johnson, and Leola W. Connor in Statistical Division, 1950
[4 x 5-inch negative]
H-344 Jane Goida at verifying machine, Statistical Division, 1950
[4 x 5-inch negative]
H-345 Pauline Tidwell, Nelda Bingham, and Joanne McClain operating various machines in Statistical Division, 1950
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-346 Fritz Christian working on efficiency report, January 9, 1950
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-347 Horses on Colonel Phillips desk, January 23, 1950
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-348 Architects drawing of DPS Headquarters building, Dallas, Texas, January 24, 1950
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
H-349 Texas Ranger, Max Westerman, March 1950
[4 x 5-inch negative]
H-350 Stump Jumpers, in Dallas, program for Texas Safety Association banquet, March 6, 1950
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-351 Governor Shivers and Mr. Charles Miller, at Texas Safety Association meeting, Dallas, March 7, 1950
[4 x 5-inch negative]
H-352 Colonel Garrison and Chief Temple in Mexico, March 1950
[5 x 7-inch negatives]
H-353 DPS exhibit at Baker Hotel, Texas Safety Association meeting, March 6, 1950
[4 x 5-inch color transparencies (Ektachrome)]
H-354 Loading motorcycles at DPS shops, April 4, 1950
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-355 Property Officer Roy Fruth, May 15, 1950
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
Box Folder
PP0520 H-356 Statistical Division office, May 12, 1950
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-357 Speakers at regional meeting IACP (International Association of Chiefs of Police) State Capitol, May 18-19, 1950
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-358 DPS Annual Barbecue, Zilker Park, May 31, 1950
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-359
[empty folder]
H-360 Colonel Phillips, Madeline Williams and Quinton Erickson, July 15, 1950
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-361 Martha Chudja at her desk, July 27, 1950
[4 x 5-inch negative]
H-362 Texas Rangers, Highway Patrol, and Driver's License personnel, and Senator Grady Hazelwood, Amarillo District, September 1950
[4 x 5-inch negative]
H-363 Joel Mercott, Stacy Keach visiting different divisions of the DPS, September 5, 1950
[8 x 10-inch photographs ]
H-364 Rand McNally map of Texas showing lateral roads, small communities, etc., November 2, 1950
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
H-365 Civil defense material copied from book United States Civil Defense, November 21, 1950
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-366 General office view of the Accounting Division, November 1950
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-367 TPEA (Texas Public Employees Association) Camp Mabry Chapter Christmas party, Skyline Club, December 8, 1950
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-368 Sergt. Zeissel and Norma Gustafson, November 23, 1950
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-369 Colonel Garrison presenting Captain Lemons of the Salvation Army with canned food donated by DPS employees, December 7, 1950
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-370 Chief Fletcher giving toys to Rieman in 1950, TPEA (Texas Public Employees Association) Toy Drive, December 12, 1950
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-371 DPS Christmas Party, cafeteria, December 22, 1950
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-372 Activities of Amarillo Civil Air Patrol, January 11, 1951
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
H-373 Showing first construction of new DPS Headquarters Building, January 15, 1951
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-374 Colonel Garrison and 1950 Traffic Death Map, February 2, 1951
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-375 Lewis Berry receiving commission in State Guard from Colonel Garrison and Colonel Phillips, February 6, 1951
[4 x 5-inch negative]
H-376 Colonel Garrison and Clair Fowler; Fowler placing another death tack in map, February 20, 1951
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-377 TPEA (Texas Public Employees Association) Chapter Officers of 1951, February 23, 1951
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-378 Senators and Governor Shivers having lunch in DPS cafeteria, dinner furnished by Mr. Peck of Midland, Texas, March 5, 1951
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-379 Chief Fletcher, his brother Jack Fletcher and highway patrolman John Fletcher, March 24, 1951
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-380 Program shots of new DPS Headquarters Building, March 28, 1951
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
H-381 Portrait of Bob Massengale, March 29, 1951
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-382 N.K. Woerner for identification card, April 1951
[4 x 5-inch negative]
H-383 Fritz Christian for identification card, April 30, 1951
[4 x 5-inch negative]
Box Folder
PP0521 H-384 Annual awards banquet by Texas Safety Association for DPS field personnel, May 15, 1951
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-385 Captain Ray Butler and Mr. Price Maddox, May 15, 1951
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-386 Progress shots of new DPS Headquarters Building, June 18, 1951
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-387 Annual seminar group, Texas Police and Fire Communications Association, April 30, 1951
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
H-388 Colonel Garrison and Citizens Medal awarded him by Veterans of Foreign Wars, July 6, 1951
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-389 Progress shots of DPS Headquarters Building, August 1, 1951
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-390 Lewis E. Berry for identification card, October 3, 1951
[4 x 5-inch negative]
H-391 Ruth Jones, Lewis Berry's secretary, October 3, 1951
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-392 Highway map of Lubbock and area around Lubbock which is served by Lubbock Radio Station, September 25, 1951
[3 x 10 negative]
H-393 New DPS building being built on Dallas Highway, October 10, 1951
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-394 DPS chili supper program, November 8, 1951
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-395 Colonel Phillips taken for identification card, November 28, 1951
[4 x 5-inch negative]
H-396
[empty folder]
H-397 RCA radio equipment installed in trunk of 1951 Ford patrol car, also side view of car showing aerial, January 15, 1952
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-398 Fritz Christian for passport, February 12, 1952
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-399 Colonel Royal G. Phillips, February 19, 1952
[4 x 5-inch and 5 x 7-inch copy negatives]
H-400 New DPS building, March 11, 1952
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-401
[empty folder]
H-402 DPS shop personnel, made Olin Adam's last day at shop, April 11, 1952
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-403 TPEA (Texas Public Employees Association) party at Green Shores on Lake Austin, June 6, 1952
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-404 Bill Kavanaugh, June 17, 1952
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-405 A proposed design for a DPS badge, July 14, 1952
[5 x 7-inch negatives]
H-406 Colonel Garrison cutting his birthday cake in the DPS cafeteria, July 21, 1952
[4 x 5-inch negative]
H-407 Birk DeGlandon, August 11, 1952
[4 x 5-inch negative]
H-408 Mr. Don Hill presenting Safety Award to Colonel Garrison and Chief Busby, August 26, 1952
[4 x 5-inch negative]
H-409 Colonel Garrison at his desk, September 2, 1952
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-410 Colonel Phillips checking M.O. files, October 22, 1952
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-411 Madeline Williams searching M.O. files, October 23, 1952
[4 x 5-inch negative]
H-412 Two machine operators in the Accounting Division, October 29, 1952
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-413 File clerk in Safety Responsibility Division stamping incoming reports, October 31, 1952
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
Box Folder
PP0522 H-414 Exterior of new DPS building, December 4, 1952
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-415-A 44th Annual Governors' Conference at Houston, 1952
[4 x 5-inch and 8 x 10-inch negatives]
H-416 Colonel Royal G. Phillips checking the file of the Frome case, January 6, 1953
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-417 Colonel Garrison being presented with an honorary membership in the Korean National Police by Chief Choi Chi-Wahn, January 26, 1953
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-418 Colonel Phillips with model horses, February 13, 1953
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-419 Lewis E. Berry, March 7, 1953
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-420 Colonel Garrison by 1952 traffic death map, March 16, 1953
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-421 San Angelo tornado damage, May 11, 1953
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-421 Waco tornado damage, May 11, 1953
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-422 Colonel Phillips and model horses, June 26, 1953
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-423 Colonel Garrison and Chief Elliott looking at map of proposed highway near Houston, July 14, 1953
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-424
[Folder not included in transfer.]
H-425 Colonel Garrison, Chief Elliott, J.O. Musick, Chief Temple, and several outdoor advertising men, made in commissioner's room at DPS Headquarters, September 1, 1953
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-426 Foyer of new DPS building showing how the glass is fitted into the framework, August 1953
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-427 New DPS building, September 7, 1953
[4 x 5-inch color transparencies (Ektachrome)]
H-428 New DPS building, serial, September 9, 1953
[4 x 5-inch negative]
H-429 Colonel Phillips and his model horses, September 28, 1953
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-430 Betty Rogers, Colonel Garrison's secretary, at her desk, September 9, 1953
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-431 New DPS building, November 10, 1953
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
H-432 Mary Bailey at teletype, telephone company, man checking, equipment, and June Bussey operating switchboard while Mrs. Boyer of telephone company looks on, December 7, 1953
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-433
[Folder not included in transfer.]
H-434 Group attending the conference on detection of tornados by radar, January 7, 1953
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-435
[Folder not included in transfer.]
H-436 Interior shots of new DPS building, Commissioner's room, Communication room, main hallway, and unfinished north wing, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
Box Folder
PP0523 H-437 Bottom of patrol car radio set showing the wiring, January 1954
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
H-437 Governor Shivers with name plaque presented by Korean Police Chief, February 15, 1954
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-438 and H-439
[Folders not included in transfer.]
H-440 Front of new DPS building showing the moon rising, April 14, 1954
[4 x 5-inch negative]
H-441 Aerial views of new DPS building, April 20, 1954
[4 x 5-inch negative]
H-442 Aerial views of DPS auto shops at Camp Mabry showing parking of new and old cars, April 20, 1954
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-443 DPS chapter of the TPEA (Texas Public Employees Association) having a style show and dance at the Skyline Club, May 28, 1954
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-444 The front of DPS, May 27, 1954
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
H-444 The front entrance to the DPS including the flag, September 7, 1954
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
H-444 Front of building, November 21, 1961
[8 x 10-inch transparencies ]
H-445 The front entrance to DPS, June 22, 1954
[8 x 10-inch color transparencies (Ektachrome)]
H-446 DPS building superintendent Ted Vance, August 2, 1954
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-447 The front entrance to the DPS including the flag, August 4, 1954
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
H-448 Mary Bailey operating a teletype machine in the Communications center, August 1954
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-449 Joe Willingham operating the IBM payroll machine in the Accounting Division, August 1954
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-450
[Folder not included in transfer.]
H-451 Incoming mail being sorted for the various DPS sections, August 1954
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-452 Applicants taking exams in the Personnel Office, August 1954
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-453 Aubrey Orme and Harold Berg operating multilith machines, August 1954
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-454 Civil Defense Representatives in the DPS defense center during a simulated emergency, September 1, 1954
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
H-455 Chief McLaughlin talking to two German police officials, October 26, 1954
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
[#8-L-#9-L-Dr. Friedrick Schafer, Landes polizei direktor, at Freiburn im Breisgau and Kurt Duell, Kaiserslautern polizei direktor.]
H-456 The Chief, radio dispatchers meeting in the Civil Defense center at the DPS, September 1954
[8 x 10-inch negative]
H-457 Bill Kavanaugh, DPS Administrative Assistant, July 1, 1954
[5 x 7-inch negatives]
H-458 Bill Kavanaugh wearing western tie and smoking a cigar, October 22, 1952
[3¼ x 4¼ negative]
H-459 Chief Joe Fletcher wearing western tie, October 22, 1952
[3¼ x 4¼ negative]
H-460 Colonel Garrison at his desk, Texas and U.S. flags on display, January 14, 1955
[8 x 10-inch negative]
H-461 DPS shops building showing steps of progress in building, September 21, 1954-June 28, 1955
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
Box Folder
PP0524 H-462 Front of DPS building showing the entire front, October 28, 1954
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
H-463 Colonel R.G. Phillips, November 17, 1954
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-464 Glass in foyer being tinted, November 19, 1954
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-465 Colonel R.G. Phillips, November 22, 1954
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-466 DPS grounds from the air, November 26, 1954
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-467 and H-468
[Folders not included in transfer.]
H-469 DPS grounds from the air, November 29, 1954
[4 x 5-inch negative]
H-470 Annual Award Banquet for DPS personnel, December 16, 1954
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-471 Colonel Garrison at his desk with Texas and U.S. flags displayed, January 5, 1954
[4 x 5-inch negative]
H-472 Colonel Garrison, P.A. Williams, retiring District Superintendent of Federal Narcotics Agency from Dallas and Ernest M. Gentry, incoming superintendent, February 1955
[4 x 5-inch negative]
H-473 Governor Shivers signing bill's pertaining to DPS, Colonel Garrison and Chief Naylor also in attendance, June 1, 1955
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-474 Civil Defense communications room in DPS building while mock alert is on, June 15, 1955
[4 x 5-inch negative]
H-475 Colonel Garrison being presented safety plaque from the National Safety Council by Don Hill, June 30, 1955
[4 x 5-inch negative]
[L to R: J.O. Musick, Colonel Garrison, Don Hill, and Chief of Motor Vehicle Inspectors-Buzby.]
H-476 Chief Fletcher and Chief Elliott conferring with Chief of Israeli Police, July 11, 1955
[4 x 5-inch negative]
H-477 Joint meeting of ranger and patrol captains at Rock Springs, July 27, 1955
[4 x 5-inch negative]
H-478 Colonel Garrison congratulating Patrolman Boyd on his becoming sergeant, August 4, 1955
[4 x 5-inch negative]
H-479 Certificate of Honorary membership in the Texas Rangers prepared for Earnest William Maltby, September 13, 1955
[8 x 10-inch negative]
H-480 Texas Law Enforcement Foundation and Advisory Council, October 15, 1955
[4 x 5-inch negative]
H-481 Chief Woerner of Statistical and Lewis Berry examining messages from teletypes, December 21, 1955
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-482 Wardell Wash of the Safety Responsibility Section, January 4, 1956
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-483 Christmas tree in the lobby of DPS, December 23, 1955
[4 x 5-inch negatives and color transparencies (Ektachrome)]
H-484 Proposed DPS organization changes drawn up in chart form, January 30, 1956
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
H-485 Sketch of Governor Allan Shivers, March 20, 1952
[4 x 5-inch, 5 x 7-inch, and 8 x 10-inch negatives]
H-486 Portrait of Bill Kavanaugh, February 27, 1956
[5 x 7-inch negatives]
H-487 Portrait of Cecil Hill, February 27, 1956
[5 x 7-inch negatives]
H-488 Otto Ahlers, February 27, 1956
[5 x 7-inch negatives]
H-489 Portrait of Lewis Berry, February 27, 1956
[5 x 7-inch negatives]
H-490 Portrait of Colonel Royal Phillips, February 27, 1956
[5 x 7-inch negatives]
Box Folder
PP0525 H-491 Portrait of Fritz Christian, February 27, 1956
[5 x 7-inch negatives]
H-492 Portrait of Chief J.B. Alderdice, February 27, 1956
[5 x 7-inch negatives]
H-493 Portrait of Chief Fletcher, February 27, 1956
[5 x 7-inch negatives]
H-494 Portrait of Birk DeGlandon, February 27, 1956
[5 x 7-inch negatives]
[Ektacolor and black-and-white portrait negatives made January 7, 1971.]
H-495 Chief Fletcher presenting a certificate of merit to Mr. W.T. Lawler of Brenham, Texas, March 29, 1956
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-496 Ford tractor truck given to DPS to be used to pull a law enforcement trailer, April 24, 1956
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-497 DPS buildings from a helicopter, May 18, 1956
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-498
[Folder not included in transfer.]
H-499 Chief Fletcher with New Cessna 182, June 19, 1956
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-500
[Folder not included in transfer.]
H-501 Portrait of Chief Fletcher, copied June 27, 1956
[5 x 7-inch and 8 x 10-inch copy negatives]
H-502 Golda Ross, last day at DPS, July 20, 1956
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-503 The job analysis committee meeting in the Commissioner's room, July 20, 1956
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-504 A delegation of traffic safety men from Beaumont, August 3, 1956
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-505 The Hill Country Peace Officers Association meeting in the City Park at Kerrville, August 8, 1956
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-506 A trailer donated by the Hobbs Manufacturing Co. to be used as the "Crimemobile,"August 10, 1958
[8 x 10-inch copy negatives]
H-507 The dedication ceremonies of the "Crimemobile,"August 27, 1956
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-508 Chief Fletcher displaying new boots, August 29, 1956
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-509 Chief Fletcher and Max Westerman with their antelope, October 18, 1956
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-510 An architects drawing of the lobby of the proposed State Courts building, October 16, 1956
[4 x 5-inch color negatives (Ektacolor)]
Box Folder
PP0526 H-511 Cecil Hill, August 18, 1956
[4 x 5-inch negative]
H-512 Mr. Leroy Mills of Humble's "Texas in Review" making movies of Colonel Garrison and Mr. Granberry, March 15, 1957
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-513 Property north of Capitol, Wade for State Building Commission, to be used in condemnation suit, April 4, 1957
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-514 Governor Daniel and family, March 19, 1957
[8 x 10-inch copy negatives]
H-515 Colonel Garrison and Chief Fletcher surrounded by school children, March 15, 1957
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-516 KNOW radio announcer Harvey Boyd, March 7, 1957
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-517 A road blockade set up by Patrolman Allen, Ranger Sergeant Rogers, and Sheriff Gary, Ranger Westerman flying over, March 5, 1957
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-518 A view of Austin from the expressway south of the river, February 28, 1957
[4 x 5-inch negatives and color transparencies (Ektachrome)]
H-519
[Folder not included in transfer.]
H-520 Jess Carriker, Bud Daniels, Gus Kriese, and Captain Colvert, February 14, 1957
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-521 The presentation of awards by Mr. E.C. McFaddin of TSA to Mr. Williston of the TMA, Colonel Garrison of the DPS, and Dr. Holle of the Texas Health Department for work in connection with the Cornell University's medical branch auto-crash-injury research; also Mr. Moore of Cornell speaking, February 14, 1957
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-522
[Folder not included in transfer.]
H-523 Hallgrimur Jonsson of the Reykjavik, Iceland Police Dept, January 29, 1957
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-524 Ex-Ranger Captain Tom Hickman being sworn in as a DPS Commissioner by Hazel Buffalo as Colonel Garrison watches, January 1957
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-525 Inaugural parade and inauguration ceremony for Governor Daniel, January 15, 1957
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-526 Governor Allan Shivers being presented with an honorary Texas Ranger badge, January 14, 1957
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
[L to R: Ex. Captain Purvic, Commission Chairman Dyche, Chief Fletcher, Governor Shivers, Captain Klevenhagen, Colonel Garrison, and Captain Crowder.]
H-527 Christmas decorations in the Commission room, December 20, 1956
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-528 The DPS quarter century club, December 18, 1956
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-529 The legal button worn by members of the DPS Quarter Century Club, December 19, 1956
[5 x 7-inch negatives]
H-530 Chief Fletcher's family, December 11, 1956
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-531 Old DPS boat pictures, undated
[8 x 10-inch]
H-532 Flood waters on lakes, Lampasas River, Leon River, Temple Dam and other places, April 28, 1957
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
Box Folder
PP0527 H-533 Flood at Brushy Creek at Thorndale, San Gabriel River and the Brazos River, parts of Waco and Temple, April 23, 1957
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-533 Flood pictures of Little River and Brazos River below can, April 25, 1957
[8 x 10-inch]
H-533 Shots of lakes, April 26, 1957
[8 x 10-inch]
H-534 P.I.O. office personnel Cecil Hill, Holly Osborn and Lois Gamble, March, 1957
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-535 Girls choir from Lamar College in Beaumont in front of Governor's Mansion with Mrs. Daniel, April 4, 1957
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-536 Visiting police officers from Iraq being shown various sections of DPS by Chief McLaughlin, Chief Crowder and Captain Peoples; Colonel Garrison displaying the Texas flag, April 9, 1957
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-537 Real estate to be used in condemnation suits by Texas State Building Commission, April 13, 1957
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-538 Don Landress and sign over Communications door "Landress Madhouse," Cecil Hill, Captain Clint Peoples also in picture, April 26, 1957
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-539 Marshall Ford Dam with three flood gates open, low water bridge below dam, Cypress Creek, Long Hollow on Cypress and Trails End, April 30, 1957
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-540 Portrait of Colonel Garrison, May 8, 1957
[5 x 7-inch negatives]
H-541 Colonel Garrison and Captain Rafael Navarro from Monterrey, Mexico, and E.N. Martin, Police Department, May 10, 1957
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-542 Property for State Building Commission, May 20, 1957
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-543 Governor Price Daniel, copied January 29, 1957
[5 x 5 and 8 x 10-inch copy negatives]
H-544 Holly Osborne, Assistant P.I.O., June 6, 1957
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-545 Colonel Garrison and A. Ross Rommell of Humble Oil Co., President TSA at meeting of TSA District Officers in Austin, June 24, 1957
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-546 Civil Defense Center in DPS during simulated atomic attack, July 12, 1957
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-547
[Folder not included in transfer.]
H-548 DPS regions, July 22, 1957
[8 x 10-inch Kodalith negatives]
H-549 New chiefs and regional commanders meeting in Commissioner Room, July 24, 1957
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-550 Aerial views of DPS, July 25, 1957
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
Box Folder
PP0528 H-551 C.C. Benson, Glen H. McLaughlin, Colonel Garrison, Chief R.A. Crowder and Captain Ray Butler, July 26, 1957
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-552 Sergeant Ziessel and Gene Johnson in Johnson's Service Station and Colonel Garrison and Chief Fletcher talking to Joseph J. Malec, Executive Secretary of Texas Service Stations Association, July 31, 1957
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-553 Captain Jose Fernandez in charge of crime lab, branch of Phillipine Constabulary and Holly Osborne, August 26, 1957
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-554
[Folder not included in transfer.]
H-555 Region #4 meeting at Lubbock, September 1957
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-556 Regional commanders and Colonel Garrison and Lieutenant Colonel Fletcher, September 27, 1957
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-557 Christmas card of Chief Joe S. Fletcher, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-558 Portraits of Colonel Homer Garrison, February 27, 1956
[5 x 7-inch negatives]
H-559 Albert Larson, undated
[4 x 5-inch negative]
H-600 Raymond Culp, star of TV series Trackdown, visiting with rangers at Bar K guest ranch, December 18, 1957
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-601 Reorganizational chart, September 1957
[8 x 10-inch negative]
H-602 Dr. Pedro Antonio Angel of San Salvadore being presented a certificate by Colonel Garrison, undated
[4 x 5-inch negative]
H-603 Front of main building, November 26, 1957
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
H-604 Presentations being made at awards banquet to members of DPS, December 4, 1957
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-605 Scroll presented to Colonel Homer Garrison by Texas Safety Association at Annual Awards Banquet, December 4, 1957
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
H-606 and 607
[Folders not included in transfer.]
H-608 Aerial shots of DPS Main building and Education building, January 9, 1958
[4 x 5-inch negatives and photographs]
H-609 Manuel, undated
[4 x 5-inch negative]
H-610 "Red" Hunter Dead, undated
[4 x 5-inch negative]
H-611 Cornerstone leveling ceremony for new State Court building, December 2, 1957
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-612 DPS building and snow, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-613 Roy Smith, retirement party in supply room, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-614 Colonel Fletcher and Colonel Garrison congratulating J.G. Cowart and wife on being chosen the most representative "Hobbs Knight of the Road," also, Mrs. J.D. Cantrell whose husband was killed rendering assistance, February 14, 1958
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-615
[Folder not included in transfer.]
H-616 Lois Gamble, January 14, 1958
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-617 Colonel Garrison presenting fleet traffic Safety Award for this department to Sergeant Phillips Bressel of Safety Section, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-618 Chief Glen McLaughlin showing Texas Law Enforcement Foundation "Crimemobile" to two members of Royal Canadian Mounted Police from Canada, March 11, 1958
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-619 Colonel Fletcher's Christmas cards, December 18, 1957
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-620 DPS Quarter Century Club, January 28, 1958
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
Box Folder
PP0529 H-621 Boots to be worn with new DPS uniform, April 8, 1958
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-622 Governor Daniel visit to Civil Defense Message Center in DPS during a mock alert, May 6, 1958
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-623 Colonel Garrison and C.T. McLaughlin, new commissioners in front of DPS building, May 25, 1958
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-624 Major Glen Ross, Region #2, undated
[5 x 7-inch negatives]
H-625 and H-626
[Folders not included in transfer.]
H-627 Scouts during Bike Rodeo held at DPS south parking lot, April 1958
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-628 Colonel Homer Garrison in grade school, April 14, 1958
[5 x 7-inch copy negatives]
H-629
[Folder not included in transfer.]
H-630 New region #1 Headquarters Building and old building in Fair Park, September 5, 1958
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-631 New DPS uniform, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-632 Colonel Fletcher and Bill Meridith in new uniform, 1958
[8 x 10-inch photographs ]
H-633
[Folder not included in transfer.]
H-634 Patrolmen from License and Weight, Highway Patrol, Driver's License and Motor Vehicle Inspectors, new uniforms, June 11, 1958
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-635 Interior and exterior of Law Enforcement Foundation "Crimemobile,"August 29, 1958
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-636 License and Weight, Highway Patrolman, Driver's License and Motor Vehicle Inspectors Patrol before new uniforms were issued, September 1958
[8 x 10-inch color transparencies (Ektachrome)]
H-637 Traffic scenes, for Cecil Hill, September 12, 1958
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-638 Billy Scoggins working on console equipment in Communication room, September 25, 1958
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-639 Rufe Jordan, President, Sheriff's Association of Texas presenting Colonel Garrison with lifetime membership plaque to Sheriff's Association, September 29, 1958
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-640 Lieutenant Colonel Fletcher modeling new uniform, October 1, 1958
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-641 Wick Fowler, PIO Officer and assistance, Holly Osborne looking at magazine, October 23, 1958
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-642 Colonel Garrison and Lewis Berry, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-643 Colonel Garrush from Libya being shown gun by Colonel Garrison and Lieutenant Colonel Fletcher, November 17, 1958
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-644 Chief Glen McLaughlin presenting Colonel Garrison with Certificate of Appreciation from U.F. for this department's 100 per cent participation in U.F. Drive, December 3, 1958
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-645
[Folder not included in transfer.]
H-646 Department Christmas trees, 1958
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-647 Joye Yates and Colonel Garrison, 1959
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-648 and H-649
[Folders not included in transfer.]
H-650 Quarter Century Club, March 13, 1959
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-651 Men from all field services wearing new uniforms, March 18, 1959
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-652
[Folder not included in transfer.]
H-653 Image of 95 people, number of people predicted to die during Christmas holidays, December 4, 1958
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
H-654 DPS building at Christmas, December 21, 1958
[8 x 10-inch color transparencies (Ektachrome)]
H-655 Four girls and Frank Bland in Communications Message Center, December 22, 1958
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-656 thru H-658
[Folders not included in transfer.]
Box Folder
PP0530 H-659 Barbecue at Zilker, May 26, 1959
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-660 DPS building, May 27, 1959
[4 x 5-inch and 8 x 10-inch negatives]
H-661 DPS building, May 27, 1959
[8 x 10-inch color transparencies (Ektachrome)]
H-662 Texas Boys' State and Colonel Garrison, June 12, 1959
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-663 Senator Herring talking to DPS Chapter, TPEA (Texas Public Employees Association) meeting held in coffee shop, DPS building, 1959
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-664 Jimmie Morris, John Sutton, Harry McGee and Jane Hornsby, TPEA (Texas Public Employees Association), 1959
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-665 Shannon Barclay, PIO Secretary, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-666 Bill Carter, PIO Officer in charge, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-667
[Folder not included in transfer.]
H-668 Colonel Garrison being presented pin and plaque from Mexico by Joseph Salzman, August 14, 1959
[5 x 7-inch negatives]
H-669 Christmas lunch in Intelligence Section, December 23, 1958
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-670 Colonel Garrison, conferring with senators from Oklahoma, 1959
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-671 U.F. Drive, Patrolman Beckham, George Gott, 1959
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-672 Colonel Garrison pinning badge on new ranger, Everett Smith, 1959
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-673 Colonel Garrison at desk, October 7, 1959
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
H-674 Colonel Garrison on horse in front of DPS, November 9, 1959
[4 x 5-inch and 8 x 10-inch negatives]
H-675 Colonel Garrison's desk name plaque from Japan, 1959
[4 x 5-inch color negatives (Ektacolor)]
H-676 Commissioner C.J. McLaughlin, November 6, 1959
[5 x 7-inch negatives]
H-677 Commissioner Tom Hickman, November 6, 1959
[5 x 7-inch negatives]
H-678 thru H-862
[Folders not included in transfer.]
H-863 Governor John Connally, August 1965
H-690 Drawing of the seal of the State of Texas, November 25, 1959
[four 4 x 5-inch color negatives (Ektacolor) and black-and-white negatives]
Identification
Box Folder
PP0555 I-1
[Folder not included in transfer.]
I-2 Thyrza and Laura Hoe, Florence, Italy, taken to show dissimilarity of fingerprints of twins, undated
[two 8 x 10-inch photographs]
I-3 The eight different patterns of fingerprints, undated
[eleven 4 x 5-inch negatives]
I-4 First Photographic Laboratory, Bureau of Identification and Records, 1936
[two 8 x 10-inch negative]
I-5 C.G. McGraw taking fingerprints of Bob Calvert for personal identification, 1936
[two 4 x 5-inch negative and photograph]
I-6 Chief McGraw taking J. Edgar Hoover's fingerprints at Centennial, Dallas, Texas, October 5, 1936
[three 5 x 7-inch photographs]
I-7
[Folder not included in transfer.]
I-8 Unknown deceased hands, received from Rogers Kelley, District Attorney, Edinburg, Texas, as sent to Bureau of Identification and Records for the purpose of identifying the victim, 1937
[eight 4 x 5-inch photographs and negatives]
I-9 Banquet held for members of the Bureau of Identification and Records held at the Longhorn Cafe, 1937
[one 8 x 10-inch negative]
I-10 Views of Bureau of Identification and Records exhibit at the Dallas Centennial, 1937
[two 4 x 5-inch negatives]
I-11 General office view, Bureau of Identification and Records, 1937
[one 8 x 10-inch photograph]
I-12 Record sheet files Bureau of Identification and Records, 1937
[one 8 x 10-inch negative]
I-13 Joe Fletcher, handwriting expert with handwriting identification equipment, 1937
[one 8 x 10-inch photograph]
I-14 Fingerprint files and classifiers, Bureau of Identification and Records, 1937
[one 8 x 10-inch photograph]
I-15 Chief McGraw in office and Chief McGraw and secretary in his office, 1937
[seven 4 x 5-inch and 8 x 10-inch photographs and negatives]
I-16
[Folder not included in transfer.]
Box Folder
PP0556 I-17 Stamm sisters being fingerprinted for personal identification, left index fingerprint of each girl and classification showing different primary classification, October 11, 1937
[eleven 8 x 10-inch photographs]
I-18 Stamm sisters personal identification display prepared for Bureau of Identification, November 13, 1937
[one 5 x 7-inch and 8 x 10-inch photograph]
I-19 Woman's hands sent in to be fingerprinted, November 22, 1937
[thirteen 8 x 10-inch photographs and negatives]
[Images very bady decomposed.]
I-20 Ring fingerprints of Cranston Dodd, civil prints taken in Dallas, Texas; ring and little fingers grown together on both hands at birth, later separated by operation, November 24, 1937
[one 4 x 5-inch negative]
I-21 Miscellaneous images pertaining to identification, undated
[twenty-three 5 x 7-inch and 8 x 10-inch photographs and negatives]
I-22 Captain Dikes and Ford, 1938
[four 4 x 5-inch photographs and negatives]
I-22 Badge, undated
[8 x 10-inch]
I-23 Bulletin cover to be tinted for use in color, May 3, 1938
[one 8 x 10-inch composite photograph]
I-24 Bulletin cover, undated
[twenty 8 x 10-inch photographs and negatives]
I-25 Wanted notice for Jose Corona, June 27, 1938
[two 5 x 7-inch photographs]
I-26 Dead man killed on highway by automobile identified by fingerprints as Hugh Cal Adams, June 26, 1938
[five 4 x 5-inch photographs]
I-27 One copy of Howard Pierson made from negative original by Neal Douglas in court room during trial, July 18, 1938
[one 4 x 5-inch photograph]
I-27 Bullet scars on arm, August 4, 1938
[three 4 x 5-inch negatives]
I-28 Bureau of Identification and Records fingerprint experts searching prints in files, August 1, 1938
[two 8 x 10-inch photographs]
I-29 Bureau of Identification and Records latent fingerprints expert J.O. McGuire working at files, August 1, 1938
[one 8 x 10-inch negative]
I-30 Record sheet and index files with file clerks at work, August 3, 1938
[one 8 x 10-inch negative]
I-31 Fingerprints files showing classifiers and searchers, made for comparison with September 1937 picture, August 3, 1938
[one 8 x 10-inch negative]
I-32 Bureau of Identification and Records files clerks searching index files, August 1, 1938
[one 8 x 10-inch photograph]
I-33 Bureau of Identification and Records statistician Mary Kate Parker and assistant, August 1, 1938
[one 8 x 10-inch negative]
I-34 Mug of Rose Ogle sent by Pete Crawford, August 10, 1938
[one 3 x 5 photograph ]
I-35 Mug of Walter Skains, wanted in Arkansas for robbery and kidnapping, September 2, 1938
[one 4 x 5-inch photograph]
Box Folder
PP0557 I-36 Roy Darrell showing scars and cuts received when he ran through barb wire fence, September 15, 1938
[three 4 x 5-inch negatives]
I-37 Girlfriend of Jack Watkins, wanted for the shooting of Highway Patrolman Gassoway, September 15, 1938
[one 5 x 7-inch negative]
I-38 Portrait of Chief Joe Fletcher, the day he was appointed Chief of Identification Bureau, October 18, 1938
[five 5 x 7-inch photographs]
I-39 Portrait of L.H. Thomas, fingerprint expert, October 18, 1938
[three 5 x 7-inch negatives]
I-40 Instructions on how to fingerprint cadavers, undated
[eight 4 x 5-inch photographs]
I-41
[Folder not included in transfer.]
I-42 Wrecked cars and exterior from which translite display was made stressing personal identification, February 15, 1939
[thirteen 4 x 5-inch and 8 x 10-inch photographs and negatives]
I-43
[Folder not included in transfer.]
I-44 Proper way to take good fingerprints, February 15, 1939
[five 5 x 7-inch photographs and negatives]
I-45 Different types of fingerprints to be used in Fingerprint School, February 14, 1939
[six 5 x 7-inch photographs]
I-46 Henry Singleterry fingerprinting Dean E.E. Davis of North Texas Agricultural College, Arlington, Texas, March 29, 1939
[one 4 x 5-inch negative]
I-47 Chief Joe Fletcher fingerprinting Representative Emmet Morse, Speaker of the House of Representative Colonel Garrison also in picture, May 31, 1939
[two 4 x 5-inch photographs]
I-48 Personal Identification exhibit in Identification Bureau, May 19, 1939
[two 4 x 5-inch negatives]
I-49 La Conga nightclub, Searight and Thomas fingerprinting members and guests of local 20-30 club, April 28, 1938
[three 4 x 5-inch and 8 x 10-inch photographs]
Box Folder
PP0558 I-50 Cheese plaster casts and close-up of man's teeth for comparison, case made at Cooper by Bill Rogers, April 27, 1937
[fourteen 5 x 7-inch and 8 x 10-inch photographs and negatives]
I-51 Thomas fingerprinting at high school in auditorium, Austin High School, May 3, 1939
[one 4 x 5-inch photograph]
I-52 Old Blickensderfer typewriter belonging to Mr. Hatsfield in Accounting Division, made for Joe Fletcher, May 9, 1939
[one 8 x 10-inch photograph]
I-53 Thomas fingerprinting baby on first birthday at home of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Olsen, May 6, 1939
[seven 4 x 5-inch photographs]
I-54 Herman Thomas fingerprinting Salvation Army girl, personal identification, June 2, 1939
[two 4 x 5-inch photographs]
I-55 Indian reservation at Livingston, Texas, Indians being fingerprinted for personal identification, July 25, 1939
[twenty-seven 3¼ x 4¼ negatives]
I-56 L.H. Thomas fingerprinting General Pyron of the National Guard Cavalry, undated
[two 4 x 5-inch negatives]
I-57 Thomas fingerprinting Porter John Mays to be used in department display, Dallas Fair, September 27, 1939
[one 8 x 10-inch negative]
I-58 Chief Joe Fletcher at his desk in Identification Bureau, January 1940
[three 8 x 10-inch photographs]
I-59
[Folder not included in transfer.]
I-60 Fingerprint exhibit to be used for making lantern slides for lecture work, June 1941
[one 8 x 10-inch photograph]
I-61 Copies of fingerprints taken 22-years apart, copied June 1941
[8 x 10-inch]
I-62 Officers from State of New Mexico visiting this department, being shown latent fingerprint exhibit by Chief Fletcher, January 11, 1941
[two 4 x 5-inch negatives]
I-63
[Folder not included in transfer.]
I-64 Portrait of Chief Joe S. Fletcher, 1941
[six 5 x 7-inch and 8 x 10-inch photographs and negatives]
I-65 Identification Bureau when located in Highway Building, 1936
[one 4 x 5-inch copy negative]
I-66 Captain James L. Dikes former Chief, Bureau of Identification and Records, June 15, 1942
[one 4 x 5-inch negative]
I-67 Identification equipment, etc. used in identification work, 1941
[twenty-three 4 x 5-inch negatives]
I-68 Knob-knockers tools, loaned to this department to be photographed by Mr. Cochran, Special Agent, Frisco Railroad, September 6, 1942
[five 8 x 10-inch negatives]
I-69 S-Women Marilyn Teer, Edith Adams, Billy Jones, now Mrs. Fletcher, dressed in Corps Uniforms, August 12, 1942
[five 4 x 5-inch and 8 x 10-inch photographs]
I-70
[Folder not included in transfer.]
Box Folder
PP0559 I-71 Chart war work done by department, January 1944
[one 8 x 10-inch negative]
I-72 Fototype letters, Photography, Questioned documents, Chemical analysis, Firearms identification, Police training, Military Division, undated
[four 8 x 10-inch photographs]
I-73 Cheese display, screen shot for offset printing, 1942
[8 x 10-inch copy negatives]
I-74 Edith Adams, U.S. Coast Guard with guns, hat and boots, July 24, 1944
[six 4 x 5-inch photographs and negatives]
I-75
[Folder not included in transfer.]
I-76 Making lantern slides for handwriting examinations, 1944
[twenty-nine 3¼ x 4 negatives]
I-77 Miscellaneous courtroom scenes, undated
[ten 8 x 10-inch photographs]
I-78 Reversed image from movie taken of Robert McEachern, color motion pictures of wanted criminals, December 29, 1944
[four 10-inch photographs and negatives]
I-79 Identification Bureau employees assembling weekly law enforcement bulletin, November 16, 1945
[two 4 x 5-inch negatives]
I-80 General office view, Bureau of Identification and Records, November 16, 1944
[two 8 x 10-inch photographs]
I-81 Jack Mercer powdering and photographing latent fingerprint, October 1944
[one 4 x 5-inch photograph]
I-82 Sidney Lanier classifying fingerprints, October 1944
[two 4 x 5-inch photographs]
I-83 L.M. Pate operating multilith machine, October 1944
[two 4 x 5-inch negatives]
I-84 Bill Siptak searching in fingerprint files, October 1944
[one 4 x 5-inch photograph]
I-85 Juanita Brown operating sorting machine, October 1944
[two 4 x 5-inch negatives]
I-86 Showing the proper way of packing articles containing latent fingerprints for shipment to the laboratory, May 31, 1946
[two 5 x 7-inch photographs]
I-87 Drawing of an iodine fume gun, 1946
[one 8 x 10-inch photograph]
I-88 Elizabeth Harling operating teletype writer, 1946
[one 4 x 5-inch photograph]
I-89 and I-90
[Folders not included in transfer.]
I-91 Fototype letters "Photography,""Questioned documents," and "Firearms identification" signs, 1946
[three 2 x 10 negatives]
I-92 Chief Glen H. McLaughlin, portrait retouched, December 1947
[one 5 x 7-inch photograph]
I-93 Copies of Texas Department of Public Safety Christmas letter, 1947
[one 8 1/2 x 11 photograph]
I-94
[Folder not included in transfer.]
I-95 Chief Glen McLaughlin and a Mr. Brager of True Detective Magazine, at Glen's desk, 1947
[one 4 x 5-inch negative]
I-96 Bureau Personnel assembling Bulletin, 1936
[one 5 x 7-inch photograph]
I-97 Fingerprint patterns of twin African-Americans, 1948
[four 8 x 10-inch photographs]
[Note: DPS staff used the term Negro on the original envelope holding this negative.]
I-98 Sidney Lanier and John Sheppard, night operators of teletype, July 9, 1951
[two 4 x 5-inch photographs]
I-99
[Folder not included in transfer.]
I-100 Judge Matthews and Henry Welch, September 14, 1948
[three 4 x 5-inch photographs and negatives]
Box Folder
PP0560 I-101 Fingerprint men receiving fingerprints in bureau, September 14, 1948
[one 4 x 5-inch photograph]
I-102 Worth Seaman fingerprinting Wallace Nelson, September 14, 1948
[two 4 x 5-inch photographs]
I-103 Chart from polygraph or lie detector, October 1948
[two 8 x 10-inch photographs and negatives]
I-104 Dee Wheeler passing hot check in cafeteria, October 1948
[one 4 x 5-inch negative]
I-105 Duplicator machine, October 1948
[two 4 x 5-inch photographs and negatives]
I-106 Various cartoons depicting department divisions used in booklet "U and the DPS,"October 1948
[two 5 x 7-inch and 8 x 10-inch photographs and negatives]
I-107
[Folder not included in transfer.]
I-108 Hands taken from body found at Muleshoe and shots of Worth Seaman taking prints from fingers, 1949
[ten 8 x 10-inch photographs and negatives]
I-109 Jack Mercer and Harry Leach processing cabinet for latent fingerprints, February 1, 1949
[one 4 x 5-inch negative]
I-110 Yvonne Horton and Patty Butler at teletype machines, March 17, 1949
[two 4 x 5-inch photographs]
I-111 Harry Leach using iodine fume gun in search for latent prints, July 1949
[one 4 x 5-inch color transparency (Ektachrome)]
I-112 Fritz Christian running Lewis Berry on lie detector, July 1949
[one 4 x 5-inch color transparency (Ektachrome)]
I-113 Worth Seaman fingerprinting dead man, July 1949
[one 4 x 5-inch color transparency (Ektachrome)]
I-114 Marx Weise, Billy Weir, and Dee Wheeler searching fingerprint files, July 1949
[one 4 x 5-inch color transparency (Ektachrome)]
I-115 Jack Mercer checking Coca Cola machine for latent prints, July 1949
[one 4 x 5-inch color transparency (Ektachrome)]
I-116 Bill Siptak fingerprinting Sid Lanier, July 1949
[two 4 x 5-inch and 8 x 10color transparencies (Ektachrome) and negatives]
I-117 Jack Mercer and Harry Leach, July 13, 1949
[two 4 x 5-inch negatives]
I-118 Question Document Section personnel E.N. Martin, Clarence Krueger, and Paul Hanson, July 13, 1949
[one 4 x 5-inch negative]
I-119 Chemical Section personnel, Derward Nollner, J.D. Chastain, and Chas. Beardsley, July 13, 1949
[one 4 x 5-inch photograph]
I-120 Firearms Section personnel, Fred Rymer and Howard Taylor, July 18, 1949
[one 4 x 5-inch negative]
I-121 Group of personnel, Bureau of Identification and Records, July 21, 1949
[one 8 x 10-inch photograph]
I-122 Henry Singleterry instructing new fingerprint men, undated
[one 4 x 5-inch photograph]
I-123 Fingerprint glass on fingerprint card for annual report, October 1949
[one 4 x 5-inch photograph]
I-124
[Folder not included in transfer.]
I-125 Dee Wheeler running Martha Riley on lie detector, November 1949
[two 4 x 5-inch negatives]
I-126 Fingerprint desk, December 30, 1949
[five 4 x 5-inch photographs and negatives]
I-127 Fingerprint men searching prints in main files, 1950
[four 4 x 5-inch negatives]
I-128 Bureau of Identification and Records annual party, 1950
[four 4 x 5-inch photographs]
I-129
[Folder not included in transfer.]
I-130 Fingerprint men classifying fingerprints, 1950
[three 4 x 5-inch negatives]
I-131 Garland Wortham being run on lie detector by Fritz Christian, 1950
[two 4 x 5-inch negatives]
I-132 Brownie and Cub Scouts visiting bureau, January 19, 1950
[three 4 x 5-inch photographs]
I-133 Worth Seaman checking stolen safe for fingerprints, Burg. Dime Box, March 1950
[two 4 x 5-inch color transparencies (Ektachrome)]
I-134 Worth Seaman checking for latents at drug store, Iradel, Texas, undated
[five 4 x 5-inch color transparencies (Ektachrome) and black-and-white negatives]
I-135 Chas. H. Key at his desk, April 12, 1950
[one 4 x 5-inch photograph]
Box Folder
PP0561 I-136 Paul Hanson fuming check, attempting to bring out hidden writing, July 10, 1950
[two 4 x 5-inch negatives]
I-137 Doris Bunte operating soundscriber, July 7, 1950
[one 4 x 5-inch negative]
I-138
[Folder not included in transfer.]
I-139 Dee Wheeler running Jim Shaw on lie detector, October 1950
[three 4 x 5-inch photographs and negatives]
I-140 Images used in Identification annual report for 1950, before 1950
[nineteen 4 x 5-inch photographs and negatives]
I-141 Portrait of Chief Glen H. McLaughlin, January 10, 1951
[three 5 x 7-inch negatives]
[Image has been retouched.]
I-142
[Folder not included in transfer.]
I-143 Henry Singleterry, retouched for portrait, October 1951
[four 4 x 5-inch photographs and negatives]
I-144
[Folder not included in transfer.]
I-145 Bureau of Identification and Records' Christmas dinner and Christmas tree, December 18, 1953
[six 4 x 5-inch photographs and negatives]
I-146 Chief Glen McLaughlin at his desk, October 4, 1954
[two 4 x 5-inch photographs and negatives]
I-147 Bureau of Identification and Records, June-July 1954
[four 8 x 10-inch negatives]
I-147 Film developing room in the Photographic Section, June 29, 1954
[one 8 x 10-inch negative]
I-148 H.A. Albert running Paul Hanson on the polygraph machine, September 3, 1954
[two 4 x 5-inch negatives]
I-149 Bulletin being assembled in the Bureau of Identification and Records, October 14, 1954
[two 8 x 10-inch negatives]
I-150 Nagle of the Bureau of Identification and Records, November 1954
[two 4 x 5-inch negatives]
I-151 Polygraph section, November 19, 1954
[four 4 x 5-inch photographs and negatives]
I-152 Joel at editing table, February 1955
[two 8 x 10-inch negatives]
I-153
[Folder not included in transfer.]
I-154 A three dimensional drawing of the skin on fingers, January 14, 1955
[two 4 x 5-inch copy negatives]
I-155 Polygraph section, June 24, 1955
[seventeen 4 x 5-inch photographs and negatives]
I-156
[Folder not included in transfer.]
I-157 Known offenders copied to make slides, October 1955
[twenty-three 35 mm negatives]
I-158 Buffet luncheon in I.D. Bureau, undated
[three 4 x 5-inch photographs and negatives]
I-158 Table before serving, December 21, 1955
[4 x 5-inch color transparency (Ektachrome) ]
I-159 Fingerprint men searching in the files, made for the 16th annual report, October 16, 1951
[two 4 x 5-inch photographs and negatives]
I-160 Polygraph charts and cartoons used to make slides, undated
[eleven 5 x 7-inch negatives]
I-160 Jimmy Morris painting, February 1952
[one 4 x 5-inch negative]
I-161 Dee Wheeler running Jimmy Morris on polygraph, April 23, 1952
[three 4 x 5-inch negatives]
I-162
[Folder not included in transfer.]
I-163 DPS Bulletin being made up, October 30, 1952
[two 4 x 5-inch negatives]
I-164 Helen Duncum pasting on bulletin before sending to multilith, November 5, 1952
[one 4 x 5-inch negative]
I-165 H.A. Albert running Harry Leach on the polygraph, June 18, 1953
[one 4 x 5-inch negatives]
I-166
[Folder not included in transfer.]
I-167 Bureau of Identification and Records' barbecue and party at the recreation hut in Zilker Park, September 22, 1953
[four 4 x 5-inch negatives]
I-168 Charlie Key, November 2, 1953
[two 3¼ x 4¼ negatives]
I-169 Jack Mercer, November 5, 1953
[two 4 x 5-inch negatives]
I-170 Billy Wier, November 5, 1953
[one 4 x 5-inch negative]
I-171 Worth Seaman, November 5, 1953
[two 4 x 5-inch negatives]
I-172 Handwriting measuring scales, copied from slides for Questioned Document Examiner E.N. Martin, November 14, 1953
[six 4.5 x 8.5 and 8 x 10-inch negatives]
I-173 Charlie Key, November 19, 1953
[one 4 x 5-inch negatives]
I-174 Billy Weir, November 11, 1953
[one 5 x 7-inch photograph]
I-175 Bureau of Identification and Records blueprints and photo lab blueprints, April 10, 1956
[three 8 x 10-inch negatives]
I-176
[Folder not included in transfer.]
Box Folder
PP0562 I-177 T. Dickerson Cooke, Director of the Institute of Applied Science in Chicago, Ill., October 30, 1956
[one 8 x 10-inch photograph]
I-178 Preparations for Bureau of Identification and Records Christmas celebration, December 20, 1956
[fifteen 4 x 5-inch negatives]
I-179 Hand holding fingerprint card, March 7, 1957
[two 4 x 5-inch negatives]
I-180 Chief McLaughlin and Captain Youssef I. Hareki, Chief of Police of Beirut, Lebanon, February 16, 1956
[two 4 x 5-inch photographs]
I-181 Chief Glen H. McLaughlin, February 27, 1956
[three 5 x 7-inch photographs and negatives]
I-182 C.H. Key, February 27, 1956
[three 5 x 7-inch photographs]
I-183 H.A. Albert operating the polygraph, March 12, 1957
[four 4 x 5-inch photographs and negatives]
I-184 Two drivers, Paul Hanson and Worth Seaman, arguing after an accident, March 13, 1957
[two 4 x 5-inch negatives]
I-185 Scenes in movie Homicide Investigation, January 31, 1957
[sixteen 4 x 5-inch and 8 x 10-inch negatives]
I-186 A safe burglar, Worth Seaman, preparing to knock the dial off a safe, April 24, 1957
[three 4 x 5-inch negatives]
I-187 Lampasas flood damage, May 13, 1957
[seventy-four 4 x 5-inch negatives]
I-188 Worth Seaman, May 15, 1957
[four 4 x 5-inch negatives]
I-189 Pornographic film being burned by Crick DeGlandon, Worth Seaman and Colonel Royal Phillips, August 14, 1957
[seven 4 x 5-inch negatives]
I-190
[Folder not included in transfer.]
I-191 Old wanted notices dating back to the 1880's, copied, September 12, 1957
[eleven 4 x 5-inch copy negatives]
I-192 Dee Wheeler with Dr. Pedro Angel of San Salvador, October 1957
[two 4 x 5-inch and 8 x 10-inch photographs and negatives]
I-193 Dee Wheeler, October 1957
[five 5 x 7-inch photographs and negatives]
ID-194 Ava Nell Turner, January 1958
[two 5 x 7-inch negatives]
ID-195 Dee Ayres, January 1958
[two 5 x 7-inch negatives]
ID-196 Christmas party, 1957
[thirteen 4 x 5-inch negatives]
ID-197 Dennis Hamilton, undated
[four 5 x 7-inch negatives]
ID-198 Dee Wheeler running J. Ray Sanders on polygraph, J. Ray Sanders running Dee Wheeler on polygraph, February 25, 1958
[nine 4 x 5-inch and 8 x 10-inch photographs and negatives]
I-199
[Folder not included in transfer.]
I-200 Correct fingerprint rolling, August 8, 1958
[eighteen 4 x 5-inch negatives]
Box Folder
PP0563 I-201 Worth Seaman, August 19, 1958
[three 5 x 7-inch photographs and negatives]
I-202 Maxine Pool, January 9, 1958
[two 4 x 5-inch and 5 x 7-inch negatives]
I-203 Portrait of Gaston McDonald, November 18, 1958
[three 5 x 7-inch photographs and negatives]
I-204 Uncle Henry, J.H. Singleterry and Holly Osborne eating big doughnuts, undated
[two 4 x 5-inch negatives]
I-205 J.H. Singleterry and fingerprint class, April 15-17, 1959
[ten 4 x 5-inch negatives]
I-206 Damage to Colonel Phillips' car caused by truck, April 20, 1959
[seven 4 x 5-inch negatives]
I-207 Fingerprint class, May 11-15, 1959
[fourteen 4 x 5-inch negatives]
I-208 Uncle Henry's fingerprint class, June 1959
[five 4 x 5-inch negatives]
I-209 Joe S. Fletcher and Joel Tisdale watching J.H. Singleterry number the 1,000,000 fingerprint card, August 14, 1959
[four 5 x 7-inch negatives]
I-210 Presentation of gifts to Jim Drake after retirement, August 14, 1959
[seven 4 x 5-inch and 5 x 7-inch photographs and negatives]
I-211
[Folder not included in transfer.]
I-212 I & C R Christmas party, December 22, 1959
[eight 4 x 5-inch negatives]
Inspection and Planning
Box Folder
PP0554 I & P-1 View of Austin from the expressway south of the river, trucks included in scene, undated
[4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
I & P-2 Inspector C.O. Layne, of Inspection and Planning, April 10, 1958
[5 x 7-inch black-and-white negatives]
I & P-3 Inspector Dale Godbey, August 19, 1958
[5 x 7-inch black-and-white negatives]
I & P-4 C.G. Conner, inspector in suit, December 12, 1958
[5 x 7-inch black-and-white negatives]
Internal Security
Box Folder
PP0551 ISS-1 Agent J.N. Kelly, October 2, 1951
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negative]
ISS-2 Franklin H. Douglas, July 1, 1952
[one 3¼ x 4¼-inch black-and-white negative]
ISS-3 Internal Security agents and their families, August 22, 1952
[four 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
ISS-4 Clerks and secretaries at work, October 17, 1952
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
ISS-5 N.K. Dixon, Chief of Internal Security Section, April 23, 1953
[two 3¼ x 4¼ black-and-white negatives]
ISS-6 N.K. Dixon, Chief of Internal Security Section, May 28, 1954
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
ISS-7 H.H. Frye, July 10, 1954
[one 2¼ x 3¼ black-and-white negative]
ISS-8 School for agents, July 23, 1954
[four 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
ISS-9 Agent Franklin Douglas, August 23, 1955
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
ISS-10 Doris Bingham, October 11, 1955
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
ISS-11 Portrait of Chief N.K. Dixon, February 27, 1956
[two 5 x 7-inch black-and-white negatives]
ISS-12 Alec Cassion talking into tape recorder, March 1, 1957
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
ISS-13 Carlton Powell, undated
[two 5 x 7-inch black-and-white negatives]
ISS-14
[Folder not included in transfer.]
Intel-15 Newt Humphries, agent in charge, Intelligence Section, December 15, 1958
[one 5 x 7-inch negative]
ISS-16 Stolen foods from Nelson and Davis and son, April 14, 1959
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negative]
Miscellaneous (or Main)
Box Folder
PP0564 M-1 Students from high school visiting department, made in front of main entrance, May 9, 1938
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
M-2 Pistol range at Laredo, Texas, plans to be followed for department range, April 12, 1938
[ten 3¼ x 4¼-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-3 Pistol match, Wichita Falls, Texas, Penington and Lawrence, undated
[fifteen 3¼ x 4¼-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-4
[Folder not included in transfer.]
M-5 M.C. Parrish Co. new office and group of employees, OK by Captain Dikes, May 9, 1938
[four 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-6 Mrs. Hickerson and her granddaughter, January 20, 1938
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negativeand one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
M-7 A.E. Amos application for job with city of Austin as photographer, made at request of Chief Thorpe, January 26, 1938
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives and one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
M-8 Ken McClure and wife visiting department, May 28, 1938
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negative]
M-9 thru M-16
[Folders not included in transfer.]
M-17 State Capitol made from top of Walton Building, October 21, 1937
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negative]
M-18 thru M-24
[Folders not included in transfer.]
none For KNOW operator, undated
[8 x 10-inch]
M-25 Images made from prints sent in by Captain John Draper to be hung in patrol office in Dallas, undated
[No images located in envelope.]
M-26 Young Mens Business League visiting department and having lunch, March 18, 1938
[three 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives and two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white photographs and ]
M-27 and M-28
[Folders not included in transfer.]
M-29 Turn table to be used as model for building one similar for Identification Section, August 4, 1938
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
[Two negatives were too damanged to digitize.]
M-30 and M-31
[Folders not included in transfer.]
M-32 Highway Department exhibit, October 9, 1938
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
[No images located in envelope.]
M-33 and M-34
[Folders not included in transfer.]
M-35 Colonel Perrine for future use in newspapers, undated
[two 5 x 7-inch black-and-white photographs]
M-36 Twin Sister cannon in front of the Capitol, undated
[four 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-37
[Folder not included in transfer.]
M-38 Pat Daniels and Sergeant Butler, undated
[two 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photographs]
M-39
[Folder not included in transfer.]
M-40 Checks made payable to M.C. Parrish and Co. by Bonding Co., January 12, 1939
[four black-and-white photographs]
M-41 Various air views of Grand Canyon and Coast Guard plane, sent in by Bob Findlay, pilot for Coast Guard service, February 15, 1939
[thirty-three 5 x 7-inch and 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives and black-and-white photographs]
[These images are of the Big Bend area including Santa Elena Canyon and Chisos Mountains. DPS staff misidentified the location in the title.]
M-42 thru M-45
[Folders not included in transfer.]
M-46 Decorations in home of Captain Moffatt tea for Mary Nell Kilgo, April 1939
[four 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photographs]
M-47 and M-48
[Folders not included in transfer.]
M-49 Captain Elliott with bell and woman who donated the bell to the department to be used on Capitol grounds and rung when traffic death occurs on highway, April 1939
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negative and one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white photograph]
M-50 A speed boat that the department is planning on buying, May 30, 1939
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
[Three negatives were too damaged to digitize.]
M-51
[Folder not included in transfer.]
Box Folder
PP0565 M-52 Robert (Bob) Fendlay, pilot for U.S. Coast Guard service, stationed at El Paso, Texas, January 15, 1939
[three 5 x 7-inch black-and-white negatives and two 5 x 7-inch black-and-white photographs]
M-53 and M-54
[Folders not included in transfer.]
M-55 Images to show angle is important in taking pictures, April 29, 1939
[two 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-56
[Folder not included in transfer.]
M-57 Patrolman Jones giving J.O. McGuire artificial respiration, made for publication in pamphlet, Fowler, June 8, 1939
[three 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photographs]
M-58 and M-59
[Folders not included in transfer.]
M-60 Major Phillips of Texas Highway Department, undated
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-61 and M-62
[Folders not included in transfer.]
M-63 Information sign to be used on information desks where needed, undated
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-64 and M-65
[Folders not included in transfer.]
M-66 Bloodhound certified pedigree "Ranger Boy", October 5, 1939
[two 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photographs]
M-67
[Folder not included in transfer.]
M-68 Highway Department display at Dallas fair, made at request of Major Phillips, October 14, 1939
[eighteen 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-69 thru M-74
[Folders not included in transfer.]
Box Folder
PP0566 M-75 Engraving of Capitol dome on album cover presented to Governor and Mrs. O'Daniel, January 1, 1939
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
M-76 thru M-78
[Folders not included in transfer.]
M-79 Group of CCC (Civilian Conservation Corps) boys from CCC camp at Bartlett, Texas, made in front of department building, March 16, 1940
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
M-80 thru M-86
[Folders not included in transfer.]
M-87 Slide rule, L.G. Deats, 1939
[one 5 x 9-inch black-and-white negative]
M-88 Communist letter copied for Wick Fowler, August 1, 1940
[five 8 x 10-inch black and white photographs]
M-89 thru M-91
[Folders not included in transfer.]
M-92 Machine gun made for Averill of the federal lab, February 1941
[one 8 x 10-inch black and white negative]
M-93 thru M-118
[Folders not included in transfer.]
M-119 15th Speaker of the Texas House of Representatives, February 10, 1942
[one 3.5 x 5-inch black-and-white negative]
[Copied for Speaker Homer Leonard.]
M-120 Governor O'Daniel and General Comacho at Austin, Texas, May 12, 1941
[eleven 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
Box Folder
PP0567 M-121 Speaker of Texas House of Representatives, copied March 2, 1942
[five 4.5 x 7-inch and 5 x 7-inch black-and-white negatives and black-and-white photographs]
[Image is of William S. Taylor, 7th Texas Legislature, 1857-1858.]
Box Folder
PP0566 M-122 thru M-130
[Folders not included in transfer.]
M-131 U.S. Army Air Corps intelligence school for officers held at DPS Headquarters, Camp Mabry, Colonel L.A. Dayton, School Number Three, commanding, February 1943
[thirty-five 4 x 5-inch and 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives and black-and-white photographs]
[Commanding February 1943 School Number Three, DPS Technical Laboratory instructors included in group shots.]
M-132 U.S. Army Air Corps intelligence officers training school held at DPS Headquarters, Camp Mabry, Colonel Dayton, School Number One, commanding, November 8, 1942
[seventy-one 4 x 5-inch and 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives and black-and-white photographs]
M-133 Rep. Duncan Hughes, Homer Leonard and his brother, September 1942
[two 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
[Images for Representative Homer Leonard.]
M-134 thru M-144
[Folders not included in transfer.]
M-145 Wm. J. Lawson, made by Dan McCaskill at University Studio, 1943
[three 5 x 7-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-146 thru M-148
[Folders not included in transfer.]
M-149 El Paso County Sheriff's Department yearly report, multilith job, January 1944
[twenty 5 x 8-inch black-and-white negatives and black-and-white photographs]
M-150 thru M-152
[Folders not included in transfer.]
M-153 Mr. Charlie Miller, Kerrville, Texas, copy, 1943
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negative]
M-154 Lieutenant Marion Johnson, U.S. Marine Corps uniform, December 20, 1943
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negative]
M-155 Freddie Perryman Adjutant General's Department, 1944
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-156 Tibeau Tabor in Marine uniform, July 10, 1944
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negative]
M-157 Tibeau Tabor and Marion Johnson before leaving to join U.S. Marine Corps, 1942
[four 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-158 Captain Royal G. Phillips wedding, 1942
[five 4 x 5-inch black-and-white photographs and one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negative]
M-159 Roy Wade, May 5, 1944
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negative]
M-160 Victor Parker, Harris County Sheriff's office and Stanley McHarver, Hughes Tool Co. standing by spectrograph and comparison microscope, October 11, 1944
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white photographs and three 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
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PP0567 M-161 Marion Johnson, in Marine uniform, 1944
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-162 thru M-165
[Folders not included in transfer.]
M-166 Ellis County Sheriff Jess Carriker, dressed in Texas State Guard uniform, January 20, 1944
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives and one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white photograph]
M-167 thru M-180
[Folders not included in transfer.]
M-181 Co. B, Texas Rangers on horses ready for Centennial parade for city of Austin in which General Wainwright attended, March 1946
[eleven 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
[Governor Stevenson included in select images.]
M-182 The "sacred" cow, 1945
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negative]
[Copied from cartoon, submitted by someone in Adjutant General's Department.]
M-183 Roy Fruth at his desk, 1946
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negative]
M-184 Fishing trip Buchanan Club House, FBI Inspector Quinn Tamm, George Carlson, Chief Fletcher, and Maurice Acers, January 24, 1945
[twenty-eight 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives and black-and-white photographs]
M-185 Sheriff H.W. Rip Collins, Sheriff Travis County, October 10, 1945
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-186 Allen G. Falby's badge, October 27, 1945
[three 5 x 7-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-187
[Folder not included in transfer.]
M-188 Jess Carriker, Sheriff, Ellis County, talking over telephone, February 25, 1946
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-189 thru M-191
[Folders not included in transfer.]
M-192 Group of officers attending regional conference, International Association of Chiefs of Police, January 27, 1948
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negative]
M-193 DPS exhibit trailer, March 1948
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white photograph]
M-194 Mr. and Mrs. Prager, with True Detective Magazine, talking to Captain Olson and George W. Lacy, March 19, 1947
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-195-1 Gloria Elliott and Juanita's little cocker spaniel, February 12, 1947
[three 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-195-2 First Highway Patrol School, used at 20th Anniversary banquet, undated
[four 5 ¾ x 6-inch black-and-white photographs]
M-196 thru M-201
[Folders not included in transfer.]
M-202 Quartets at DPS Christmas program, 1947
[nine 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-203 Drawing "The Original Texas Cowpuncher,"1948
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
M-204 R.L. "Pop" Harkins cutting and the kitchen help at work, 1948
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-205 Sis Dickerson, Constable at Kilgore, June 29, 1948
[four 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-206 Bill Harris and Griffin working on a barge for diving equipment, July 2, 1948
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-207 Texas Highway Patrol car, '49 Ford, that was displayed at the Dallas State Fair, October 9-24, 1948
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negative]
M-208 Allen Duckworth, "Pixicrat," being arrested by Rangers Tom Gallamore and Doyle Currington, October 25, 1948
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
Box Folder
PP0568 M-209 Party at the Austin Athletic Club sponsored by the Capitol Chapter of the TPEA (Texas Public Employees Association), December 20, 1948
[twenty 4 x 5-inch black-and-white photographs]
M-210 Eddie Steinman Jr. for FCC application, 1949
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negative]
M-211 Billy Weir on stretcher, 1949
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negative]
M-212
[Folder not included in transfer.]
M-213 Various scenes in and around Austin and Travis County and surrounding counties for Stacy Keach, author of the "Texas Rangers" Radio Program, January 1949
[sixty-four 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-214
[Folder not included in transfer.]
M-215 Madeline McElroy on "Riley Boy,"January 1949
[ten 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-216 Four Texas Highway Patrol cars, '49 Fords, January 1949
[two 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-217 Group of officers in the Camp Mabry Chapter of the TPEA (Texas Public Employees Association), January 25, 1949
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-218 Peggy Newkirk boarding Braniff DC-4, January 19, 1949
[four 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-219 Chart for computing flash exposures, January 27, 1949
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negative]
M-220 Colonel Stovall and Mr. Sudsberry scraping snow with road scraper pulled behind truck, January 30, 1949
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-221 Colonel Garrison pinning badge on Audie Murphy while Captain Olson, Mr. James Cherry and Sam Hanna watch, February 15, 1949
[three 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-222 Party held in Fort Worth, among those present Colonel Garrison, Chief Elliott, Don Lawrence, Captain Jack Southerland, Captain M.T. Gonzales, Roy Rogers, Jack Dempsey and Mr. Mattox, March 1949
[four 3½ x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-223
[Folder not included in transfer.]
M-224 Glen McLaughlin, Wallace Beasley, Rusty Gifford, and A.L. Barr, March 14, 1949
[four 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-225 Truemon Stone, Clint Peoples, and Worth Seaman barbecuing chickens for Traffic Officers School, March 18, 1949
[six 3¼ x 4¼-inch and 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-226 Billy Peters to be used on cover of booklet "Child by Child We Build a Nation,"March 23, 1949
[ten 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-227 "Stump Jumpers,"April 5, 1949
[four 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-228 "The Masked Texan,"April 11, 1949
[seventeen 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-229 Highway Post Office, operating in a bus between Dallas and Denison, pictures made by Patrolman John White, May 1949
[six 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-230 Palo Duro Canyon at Amarillo, May 11, 1949
[six 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
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PP0569 M-231 Quinton Erickson of the Intelligence Bureau, May 11, 1949
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negative]
M-232 Totem pole given to Texas airmen who served in the Canadian Air Force during World War II, June 9, 1949
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negative and one 8 x 10-inch color negative]
M-233 Lee O. Meyer and Millard Gardner on motorcycles at Texas Police Association convention at the Rice Hotel, Houston, June 14, 1949
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negative]
M-234 Eleven paddles or whipping tools allegedly used at the Gatesville Reformatory, photographed for Mr. Logan, June 21, 1949
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negative]
M-235 Governor Beauford Jester signing bill for new DPS building while Colonel Garrison, Chief Fletcher, Senator Taylor and Pierce Johnson look on, June 27, 1949
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-236 Members of Boys Council posing with Governor Shivers and being sworn-in, July 26, 1949
[four 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-237 Mrs. R.L. Harkins, July 15, 1949,
[four 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-238 R.L. "Pop" Harkins, July 15, 1949
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negative]
M-239
[Folder not included in transfer.]
M-240 Earl Ray Ahlers and duck, August 1, 1949
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-241 U.S. Bureau of Narcotics display at Dallas during the IACP (International Association of Chiefs of Police) convention, made for Al Raithal, September 1949
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-242 James Boutwell, September 6, 1949
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negative]
M-243 Wife of the Hawaiian Chief of Police pinning orchids on Mrs. Carl Hanson and Mrs. Homer Garrison Jr. at IACP (International Association of Chiefs of Police) convention in Dallas, September 10, 1949
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-244 Officers of the IACP (International Association of Chiefs of Police)'s State and Provincial Section, September 10-12, 1949
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negative]
M-245 Drum jack display by the Fred Fowler Co. of Dallas at the T.M.T.A. convention at Galveston, September 17, 1949
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-246 Alva Pruitt at the patrol shop holding a radiator full of bus, September 26, 1949
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negative]
M-247 Decals on Texas Highway Patrol cars showing that letters have run, October 18, 1949
[four 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-248 Governor Allan Shivers portraits, November 1949, undated
[Images of Shivers speaking at the Alamo, at his desk, and formal portraits. No images located in envelope.]
M-249 TPEA (Texas Public Employees Association), Camp Mabry Chapter, chile supper, October 27, 1949
[six 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-250 Sheriff Ernest Best's badge, December 8, 1949
[two 5 x 7-inch black-and-white photographs and three 5 x 7-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-251 V.T. Hamlin, creator of "Alley Oop," drawing Alley Oop in Texas Highway Patrol uniform, December 12, 1949
[four 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-252 Martha Kuhlman, Joel Tisdale, and Captain Basey of the Austin Fire Department with toys for underprivileged children, December 14, 1949
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-253 Columns and entablature of First Baptist Church in Austin, 1950
[three 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-254
[Folder not included in transfer.]
M-255 "Blockade,"1950
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negative]
M-256 Inspectors badge, 1950
[two 5 x 7-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-257 thru M-271
[Folders not included in transfer.]
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PP0570 M-272 Albert Sidney Johnson, speaker at the 11th Annual meeting of the Texas Safety Association, February 8, 1950
[No images located in envelope.]
M-273 thru M-278
[Folders not included in transfer.]
M-279 Communications 10-dash signals, March 1950
[one 5 x 7-inch black-and-white negative]
M-280 TPEA (Texas Public Employees Association) officials, May 9, 1950
one [4 x 5-inch black-and-white negative]
M-281 Group attending IACP (International Association of Chiefs of Police) meeting at Austin, May 19, 1950
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph and two 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-283 A drawing of General Paul Wakefield by Kipp Saldwedel, July 26, 1950
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negative]
M-284 Two highway signs that have been mutilated by shooting and marking, brought in by Ranger Bennie Kreuger, July 27, 1950
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negative]
M-285 A picture of a "Home on the Range" in the early days, taken from a magazine article, August 30, 1950
[two 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-286 State map to be used in civil defense work, 1951
[one 8½ x 9½-inch black-and-white negative (Kodalith)]
M-287 A cartoon entitled "Gossip,"1951
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negative]
M-288 Signs "Gunn Collection" Trey Garrison, and "Ranger Pistols" Director, DPS, 1951
[two 5 x 10-inch black-and-white negative (Kodalith)]
M-289 A diagram of the "Industrial Mutual Aid System," Texas City, Texas,1951
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negative (Kodalith)]
M-290 Speakers at the annual meeting of the Texas Safety Association at San Antonio, 1951
[fifteen 5 x 7-inch and 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-291 Cup of coffee and spoon illustrating the effects on metal of sublimates found in certain types of coffee, 1951
[three 5 x 7-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-292
[Folder not included in transfer.]
M-293 Kinzo Kimura, Japanese police lab technician, being shown the polygraph by Dee Wheeler, February 5, 1951
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negative]
[Note: DPS staff used the term "Jap" on the original envelope holding this negative.]
M-294 A copper plaque of a Chaparral bird holding a rat in its beak and snake in its claws, made by Patrolmen John White of Dallas, February 8, 1951
[three 4 x 5-inch and 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-295 Lieutenant Ludwig and Sergeant Biggerstaff of the Austin Police Department, February 27, 1951
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-296 DPS bowling teams, March 15, 1951
[five 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-297 Temple Police Department annual party, March 30, 1951
[four 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-298 and M-299
[Folders not included in transfer.]
M-300 A group at the Texas State Guard meeting, Communications Division, April 15, 1951
[three 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-301
[Folder not included in transfer.]
M-302 State Health Director, Dr. Cox, presenting a check to Senator of Cuero, April 25, 1951
[two 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photographs ]
M-303 The electric chair and "Death Row" in the State Penitentiary at Huntsville, June 11, 1951
[two 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-304 A drawing, "Mare and Colt,"June 11, 1951
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negative]
M-305 and M-306
[Folders not included in transfer.]
M-307 Charles Farrow, Jr., August 28, 1951
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negative]
M-308 Jim Boutwell, August 28, 1951
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negative]
M-309 Jim Boutwell, September 11, 1951
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-310 TB X-ray unit at Camp Mabry, October 1951,
[three 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-311
[Folder not included in transfer.]
Box Folder
PP0571 M-312 Five NATB men made at Dallas during an Auto Theft Conference, November 21, 1951
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-313 The Adjutant General, post engineers, and maintenance personnel at Camp Mabry, December 3, 1951
[three 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-314 Paul Sain in uniform, December 18, 1955
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-315
[Folder not included in transfer.]
M-316 Variety show at the Austin Civic Theatre, January 11, 1952
[eight 4 x 5-inch black-and-white photographs]
M-317 DPS Safety exhibit at Mineral Wells, January 27, 1952
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-318 DPS badge, February 14, 1952
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-319
[Folder not included in transfer.]
M-320 New TPEA (Texas Public Employees Association) officers for 1952-1953, February 27, 1952
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-321-1 Olin Adams, Clyde Houseman, Bill Harris, and an unidentified man, undated
[one 3¼ x 4¼-inch black-and-white negative]
M-321-2 Clyde Houseman and unidentified man, March 4, 1952
[one 3¼ x 4¼-inch black-and-white negative]
M-322 Different parts of displays to be used as ideas for future exhibits, March 10, 1952
[ten 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-323 A drawing of the human skeleton, May 9, 1952
[two 5 x 7-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-324 Route of the radio conduit in a '52 Ford, May 9, 1952
[six 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-325 Dorothy Lamour and German Police Officers who were visiting the U.S.A.,May 15, 1952
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negative]
M-326 Officers at Hill Country Peace Officers Association meeting at Kerrville, May 20, 1952
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
[Image of entire group and image of Walter Moss and Bill Edge.]
M-327
[Folder not included in transfer.]
M-328 The prison cell where Sam Smithwick died, June 26, 1952
[four 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-329 A drawing showing how an automobile air-conditioner works, July 24, 1952
[two 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
[The following file has been restored to its proper location, March 1996.]
M-330 and M-331
[Folders not included in transfer.]
M-332 Totem pole given to Texas airmen who served in Canadian Air Force during World War II, June 9, 1949
[8 x 10-inch color negatives (Ektacolor) and transparency]
[No images located in envelope.]
M-333 Sheriff's Convention at El Paso, September 16-18, 1952
[twenty-six 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-334 DPS Safety exhibit at Nacogdoches, October 1, 1952
[two 3¼ x 4¼-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-335 Colonel Phillips pinning emblem on Governor Shivers while Woody Woerner and Lewis Berry watch, October 14, 1952
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-336 The corner stones of LCRA (Lower Colorado River Authority) building, Travis County courthouse, and the Federal Building, October 30, 1952
[three 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-337 Pipes in boiler room before they were insulated, November 19, 1952
[six 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-338 DPS Safety exhibit in Beaumont, November 20, 1952
[three 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-339 Chief Odom holding some of the toys donated in the TPEA (Texas Public Employees Association) Christmas toy drive in cooperation with the Austin Jaycees, December 10, 1952
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-340 and M-341
[Folders not included in transfer.]
M-342 Inauguration of Governor Shivers, January 20, 1953
[No images located in envelope.]
M-343
[Folder not included in transfer.]
M-344 Officials of the DPS chapter of the TPEA (Texas Public Employees Association), April 9, 1953
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-345 Mr. J.O. Musick, Director of the Texas Safety Association, May 3, 1953
[six 5 x 7-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-346 thru M-350
[Folders not included in transfer.]
M-351 A portrait of Governor Allan Shivers, January 1953
[one 5 x 7-inch and 8 x 10-inch negatives]
M-352 Governor Allan Shivers "rolling his own,"January 1953
[one 5 x 7-inch black-and-white photograph]
[No images located in envelope.]
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PP0572 M-353 Portrait of Lieutenant Governor Ben Ramsey, June 15, 1953
[No images located in envelope.]
M-354 DPS chapter of the TPEA (Texas Public Employees Association) enjoying barbecue at the Bill Creek Lodges, July 29, 1953
[ten 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-355
[Folder not included in transfer.]
M-356 East Texas Peace Officers Association Convention at Lufkin, August 25, 1953
[sixteen 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-357 Poem "Don't Quit,"September 14, 1953
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
M-358 Plane crash near Georgetown, Texas, October 26, 1953
[three 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-359 Dedication of Falcon Dam on the Rio Grande by the U.S. and Mexican president, October 16-19, 1953
[sixty-two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives and color transparencies (Ektachrome)]
M-360 Bill Harris and N.C. Pugh of the Motor Vehicle Inspectors, September 21, 1953
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-361 Hill Country Peace Officers meeting held at the "Take It Easy" Ranch,April 6, 1954
[twenty-two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-362 Film pact developing hangers, May 12, 1954
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negative]
M-363 Bull Creek Lodges and proprietor Dudly Patrick Prade, May 19, 1954
[six 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-364 Depth of field chart, focusing chart, and photo data sheet copied from Traffic Accident Investigators Manual, May 21, 1954
[seven 5 x 7-inch and 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-365 Governor Allan Shivers at desk holding pipe, August 18, 1954
[No images located in envelope.]
M-366
[Folder not included in transfer.]
M-367 1953 traffic death map, August 16, 1954
[three 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-368
[Folder not included in transfer.]
M-369 Symbols on front of DPS building, September 1954
[six 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-370 Governor Allan Shivers' portrait, September 16, 1954
[No images located in envelope.]
M-371 Sheriff's convention at Corpus Christi, September 27-29, 1954
[five 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-372 and M-373
[Folders not included in transfer.]
M-374 Civil Defense group's meeting, August 13, 1954
[five 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-375
[Folder not included in transfer.]
M-376 Opium pipe, November 17, 1954
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-377 Burglary tools and personal effects in possession of suspects, November 23, 1954
[six 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-378 Ben Parrish of Parrish Loan Co., November 1954
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negative]
M-379 Governor Hardeman when he was governor for a day, December 3, 1954
[No images located in envelope.]
M-380 Safety plaque being presented to Governor Shivers by Don Hill, December 16, 1954
[three 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
[L to R: Colonel Garrison, Don Hill, Governor Shivers, and Mr. Roper.]
M-381
[Folder not included in transfer.]
Box Folder
PP0573 M-382 Parade and inauguration ceremonies for Governor Allan Shivers' third term, January 18, 1955
[No images located in envelope.]
M-383 and M-384
[Folders not included in transfer.]
M-385 Governor Shivers and family on stairway in the Governor's Mansion, February 8, 1955
[No images located in envelope.]
M-386 and M-387
[Folders not included in transfer.]
M-388 Equipment and lecture room of the Calvin Co. in Kansas City, Missouri, March 21-23, 1955
[five 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-389 Workmen applying green tint to foyer glass, March 1954
[five 4 x 5-inch color negatives]
M-390 Little Creek Hotel in Harlingen, May 1955
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-391 Colonel Garrison meeting a Bluebonnet Girl from Lufkin, May 10, 1955
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-392 Fowler's "Green Shores" and the "Commodore,"May 17, 1955
[eight 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-393 thru M-395
[Folders not included in transfer.]
M-396 Mr. Conelis Els, administrative assistant to the Commissioner of Police of the Union of South Africa, talking to Chief Woerner of the Statistical Division, May 23, 1955
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-397 Portrait of Governor Allan Shivers, July 6, 1955
[No images located in envelope.]
M-398 Aerial shots around Austin, August 15, 1955
[eighteen 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-399 Portrait of Governor Shivers, September 8, 1955
[No images located in envelope.]
M-400 thru M-402
[Folders not included in transfer.]
M-403 Japanese rifle that was blown up by an overload, January 12, 1956
[two 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-404 Airplane crash about a mile east of the mausoleum, on the farm of Albert Wieland, fatal to Ramond and Carol Wieland, January 29, 1956
[twenty-four 2¼ x 3¼-inch and 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-405 Women's Business Club held in the DPS coffee shop, January 24, 1956
[six 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-406 thru M-408
[Folders not included in transfer.]
M-409 Jerry (Jerrie) Holland, the WPEA secretary, wearing a special corsage, February 16, 1956
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negative]
M-410 H.M. DeGlandon, February 27, 1956
[two 5 x 7-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-411 John McAlexander, safety engineer of the American General Life Insurance Co., April 5, 1956
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-412 thru M-414
[Folders not included in transfer.]
M-415 Building at 14th and San Antonio Streets that is to be moved, made for State Building Commission, August 3, 1956
[eleven 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-416 Stump Jumpers at IACP (International Association of Chiefs of Police) convention at Dallas, September 11, 1949
[eleven 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-417 thru M-419
[Folders not included in transfer.]
M-420 Sheriff Jim Flouronoy and T.O. Lang at the office of the Sheriff's Association, November 15, 1956
[six 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-421 Men who robbed a train in 1912 at Sanderson, Texas, undated
[4 x 5-inch copy negatives]
M-422 Men killed by officers, copied, December 18, 1956
[nine 5 x 7-inch black-and-white negatives]
[Copy prints of early 19th Century images.]
Box Folder
PP0574 M-423 Buildings involved in condemnation suits, made for the State Building Commission, January 10, 1957
[eighty-nine 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-424 thru M-427
[Folders not included in transfer.]
M-428 Visitors in PIO, March 22, 1957
[three 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-429 Annual convention of the Texas Safety Association and Texas Safety Engineers, March 24-25, 1957
[twenty-eight 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-430 Governor Daniel signing a document proclaiming the week of April 22nd as DPS Appreciation Week, watching are Colonel Garrison, Bob Kercheville, and Paul Files, April 8, 1957
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-431
[Folder not included in transfer.]
M-432 Flooded highway 950 from Garwood to Eagle Lake, Texas, April 1957
[three 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-433
[Folder not included in transfer.]
M-434 Kodak's color filter data, copied, May 8, 1957
[one 2¼ x 3¼-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-435 Mansfield Dam, Inks Dam, Buchanan Dam, and parts of Lake Travis, May 16, 1957
[six 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-436 Real estate for State Building Commission, September 20, 1957
[thirty-nine 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-437 Highway Department truck carrying isotope used in photographing oil wells, August 15, 1957
[twelve 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-438 thru M-441
[Folders not included in transfer.]
M-442 Tyler Police Chief Duncan C. Butler receiving Lieutenant Colonel Commission in Texas State Guard Reserve Corp., Colonel Royal Phillips and Lewis Berry looking on, February 12, 1958
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-443 Activities at Texas Police Association 1957 meeting in Brownsville, June 10-12, 1957
[twenty-three 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-444 Dixie Carmichael, February 27, 1956
[four 5 x 7-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-445 Award banquet for district attorneys and sheriffs by Attorney General's Conference on Law Enforcement, March 11, 1958
[twenty-three 5 x 7-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-446 Governor Price Daniel and family in front of Governor's Mansion and Mrs. Daniel, copied, undated
[No images located in envelope.]
M-447
[Folder not included in transfer.]
M-448 Titles and DPS address for recruit movie, 1958
[four 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-449 Cartridge holder for Sam Brown belts, 1958
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-450 DPS ball game, May 21, 1958
[twelve 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
Box Folder
PP0575 M-451 East German scouts, August 1, 1958
[four 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-452 School crossing for Cecil Hill, September 1958
[five 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-453 Map showing New Mexico, Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana, and Mississippi, September 16, 1958
[one 7 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-454
[Folder not included in transfer.]
M-455 Traffic death map, Cecil Hill, November 1958
[two 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-456 thru M-458
[Folders not included in transfer.]
M-459 "MATT,"January 31, 1959
[nine 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-460 Truck carrying boiler weighing 205,000 lbs., March 18, 1959
[five 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-461 and M-462
[Folders not included in transfer.]
M-463 Seal of Confederate States of America, copied for Building Commission, July 6, 1959
[two 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives (Kodalith)]
M-464 Door off "(cannonball) safe" found in Colorado River, 1959
[four 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-465 S.O. boat passing through driftwood in Lake Travis where Sandy Creek enters, October 1959
[three 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-466 Helicopter crash, August 19, 1959
[six 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
M-467
[Folder not included in transfer.]
M-468 Waggoner Carr, January 13, 1960
[seventeen 5 x 7-inch black-and-white negatives and black-and-white photographs]
[Multiple copies of the same negatives and prints included in folder.]
M-469 Jimmy Morris presenting shoe fund money to Captain McClure of Salvation Army, Colonel Garrison watching, December 21, 1959
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
Motor Vehicle
Box Folder
PP0551 MVI-1 Chief George Busby and Nell looking at mashed waste basket and Busby at desk, September 10, 1951
[three 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
MVI-2 Chief George Busby sitting at his desk, October 3, 1951
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
MVI-3 Group attending school for Motor Vehicle Inspectors, February 20, 1952
[two 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
MVI-4
[Empty folder.]
MVI-5 Motor Vehicle Inspectors exhibit, March 26, 1952
[two 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
MVI-6 Assistant Chief John Hollyfield at his desk and shaking hands with Chief Busby, undated
[three 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
MVI-7 Group of Motor Vehicle inspectors and captains, May 2, 1952
[five 4 x 5-inch and 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
MVI-8 Portrait of Chief G.W. Busby, August 1952
[six 5 x 7-inch black-and-white negatives]
MVI-9 Car being inspected at Capitol Chevrolet, October 29, 1952
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
MVI-10 Eugene M. Brooks, April 23, 1953
[one 3¼ x 4¼ black-and-white negative]
Box Folder
PP0552 MVI-11 Scene of shooting involving Inspector Coley Platt and a soldier, September 11, 1953
[six 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
MVI-12 Inspector Ralph Bezner, July 1, 1954
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negative]
MVI-13 Inspector A.J. Clinton, July 1, 1954
[one 2¼ x 3¼-inch black-and-white negative]
MVI-14 Inspector A.B. McCarter, July 1, 1954
[one 2¼ x 3¼-inch black-and-white negative]
MVI-15 Automobile inspection at Covert's and Capitol Chevrolet, August 5, 1954
[seven 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
MVI-16 Portrait of Assistant Chief John Hollyfield, February 27, 1956
[one 5 x 7-inch black-and-white negative]
MVI-17 Unit for testing headlight testers, May 22, 1956
[three 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
MVI-18 Group of Motor Vehicle Inspectors men, August 24, 1956
[two 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
MVI-19 A line of cars at Jess Allman's garage waiting for inspection, April 13, 1957
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
MVI-20 Some motor vehicle inspection stations during last day rush, April 15, 1957
[twelve 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
MVI-21 Group of Motor Vehicle Inspectors, May 15, 1957
[three 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
MVI-22
[Empty folder.]
MVI-23 Motor Vehicle Inspectors patrolmen attending retraining school at training building, July 1958
[two 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
Narcotics
Box Folder
PP0576 N-1 Marijuana and marijuana cigarettes, copied, August 26, 1938
[seven 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
N-2 Captain Rex Fowler, of Austin Police Department studying marijuana plant in department flower bed, July 1938
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
N-3 Narcotic Section with Mrs. Stockton, Leo Baldwin, General Hutchings and Captain Wheaten, July 28, 1938
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negative]
N-4 Marijuana raids, Milam Co., Texas, made by Wick Fowler for Narcotic Section, August 22, 1938
[nineteen 3¼ x 4¼-inch black-and-white negatives]
N-5 House, etc. made at Rockdale to be used in trial narcotic case by Leo Baldwin, made by Perryman, October 6, 1938
[ten 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
N-6 Victim of marijuana poison, copied, October 21, 1938
[two 5 x 7-inch black-and-white negatives]
N-7 Bloody footprints taken for Leo Baldwin on sidewalk between Sabine St. and East Ave. on East 7th St. at 4:10 P.M. on November 28, 1938
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
N-8 Marijuana field being plowed up, undated
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negative]
N-9 Several peace officers and marijuana stalks, copy picture, August 22, 1939
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negative]
N-10 Chief W.E. "Dub" Naylor, July 1, 1954
[two 5 x 7-inch black-and-white negatives]
N-11 Four suspects in narcotics case, also Captain Peoples Dudley White, and patrolmen Paul Allen and Johnny Krumnow, August 25, 1954
[three 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
N-12 The steps preparing and shooting heroin and preparing and smoking opium, November 1954
[eight 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
N-13 Small marijuana leaf greatly enlarged, March 18, 1958
[one 5 x 7-inch black-and-white negative]
Box Folder
PP0576.1 N-14 Exhibit on narcotics, March 30, 1955
[three 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
N-15 Eyes of an African-American man who is under the influence of marijuana, May 3, 1955
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
[Note: DPS staff used the term Negro on the original envelope holding this negative.]
N-16 Sore on Chief Naylor's leg, July 20, 1955
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negative]
N-17 The first men in the new Narcotics Section, August 10, 1955
[five 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
[L to R: Standing by marijuana bush Bob Richards, Buddy Hendricks, Chief Naylor, and Joe Kinser.]
N-18 The agents of the Narcotic Section, September 7, 1955
[three 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
N-19 Narcotics rolled in newspaper and smuggled into Huntsville State Prison, September 21, 1955
[two 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
N-20 Narcotics in plastic bag taped to newspaper, September 24, 1955
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negative]
N-21 A raid on dope addicts in San Antonio, November 26, 1955
[thirty 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
Box Folder
PP0577 N-22 Eyes of Mexican man and woman dope addicts, January 5, 1956
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
N-23 Joel Johnson, February 10, 1956
[one 5 x 7-inch black-and-white negative]
N-23-A Bob Richards, February 10, 1956
[one 5 x 7-inch black-and-white negative]
N-24 Portrait of Chief W.E. "Dub" Naylor, February 27, 1956
[two 5 x 7-inch black-and-white negatives]
N-25 A raid on narcotics users and sellers in Fort Worth, July 2, 1956
[twenty-five 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
N-26 Narcotics raid in San Antonio, July 13-14, 1956
[seventeen 3¼ x 4¼-inch black-and-white negatives]
N-27 A raid on narcotics users and sellers in Waco, September 21, 1956
[nine 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
N-28 Various narcotics scattered on table, March 13, 1957
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negative]
N-29 A shot of dope being given with various narcotics spread on table, April 4, 1957
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negative]
N-30 Two narcotic addicts after taking the cure, October 21, 1957
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negative]
N-31 Dub Naylor at desk, November 18, 1957
[three 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
N-32 San Antonio narcotics raid, February 8, 1958
[sixteen 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
N-33 Narcotic being injected in arm, undated
[seven 4 x 5-inch color negatives (Ektacolor type S)]
N-34 Dub Naylor, October 28, 1958
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negative]
N-35 Narcotic raid on dope pushers in San Antonio, October 3, 1958
[seven 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
N-36 Narcotic raid in Kingsville, Texas, November 14, 1958
[thirty-one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
N-37 Brownsville narcotic raid, December 12, 1958
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
N-38 Austin narcotics raid, February 25, 1959
[seven 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
N-39 Narcotic raid in San Antonio, March 25, 1959
[twenty-three 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
N-40 Addicts in Laredo, June 20, 1959
[sixteen 3 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
N-41 LaVerne Roundtree holding dog with narcotic agents, July 1959
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
N-42 Dub Naylor and Ann Soto, August 1959
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
N-43 Marijuana leaf description, undated
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negative]
Patrol or Texas Highway Patrol
Box Folder
PP0531 P-1 L.G. Phares, Chief Texas Highway Patrol, in his office, undated
[8 x 10-inch]
P-2 General office of Highway Patrol and Accounting Divisions, undated
[8 x 10-inch]
P-3 Highway patrol pistol team, September 21, 1937
[8 x 10-inch]
P-4 Basil Spain to be sent to Australia showing type of uniform worn by Texas State Police, November 4, 1937
[8 x 10-inch negative]
P-5 First captains and chief of Highway Patrol, November 23, 1937
[3 x 5-inch]
P-6 F. Vance for Highway Patrol applications authorized by Colonel Carmichael, January 22, 1938
[4 x 5-inch]
P-7 Tom McCann in new Highway Patrol suit, May 12, 1938
[4 x 5-inch]
P-8 Patrol sergeants in full dress uniform, May 25, 1938
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
P-9 Captain E.M. Wells, Highway Patrol, May 27, 1938
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-10 Captain J.D. Reed, Highway Patrol, May 27, 1938
[4 x 5-inch]
P-11 Captain M.L. Berry, Highway Patrol, May 27, 1938
[4 x 5-inch]
P-12 Captain Jim Line, Highway Patrol, May 27, 1938
[4 x 5-inch]
P-13 Captain O.L. Cannady, Highway Patrol, May 27, 1938
[4 x 5-inch]
P-14 Captain S.J. Gilbert, Highway Patrol, May 27, 1938
[8 x 10-inch]
P-15 Captain Harry Hutchinson, Highway Patrol, May 27, 1938
[4 x 5-inch]
P-16 Captain Elliot Walter, Jr., Highway Patrol, May 27, 1938
[4 x 5-inch inch]
P-17 Captain J.B. Draper, Highway Patrol, May 27, 1938
[4 x 5-inch]
P-18 Captain Frank Albright, Highway Patrol, May 27, 1938
[4 x 5-inch]
P-19 Captain Dan Abbott, Highway Patrol, May 27, 1938
[8 x 10-inch]
P-20 Captain W.W. Legge, Highway Patrol, May 27, 1938
[4 x 5-inch]
Box Folder
PP0532 P-21 Captain Hill Foreman, Highway Patrol, May 27, 1938
[4 x 5-inch]
P-22 Captain E. Mayr, Highway Patrol, May 27, 1938
[4 x 5-inch]
P-23 Captain G.P. Nulty, Highway Patrol, May 27, 1938
[8 x 10-inch]
P-24 Sergeant Polk Ivey, Highway Patrol, May 27, 1938
[4 x 5-inch]
P-25 Sergeant Jim Line, Highway Patrol, May 27, 1938
[4 x 5-inch]
P-26 Sergeant John Reed, Highway Patrol, May 27, 1938
[4 x 5-inch]
P-27 Sergeant W.M. King, Highway Patrol, May 27, 1938
[4 x 5-inch]
P-28 Sergeant Herman Reissing Highway Patrol, May 27, 1938
[4 x 5-inch]
P-29 Sergeant Boethel, Highway Patrol, May 27, 1938
[4 x 5-inch]
P-30 Sergeant Lloyd Wyatt, Highway Patrol, May 27, 1938
[4 x 5-inch]
P-31 Sergeant Butler, Highway Patrol, May 27, 1938
[4 x 5-inch]
P-32 Sergeant Bouldin, Highway Patrol, May 27, 1938
[4 x 5-inch]
P-33 Sergeant Morgan Meyer, Highway Patrol, May 27, 1938
[4 x 5-inch]
P-34 Captain Abbott and Brother Ed Abbott, May 28, 1938
[8 x 10-inch] [4 x 5-inch]
P-35 Sergeant Dan Abbott, Highway Patrol, May 27, 1938
[4 x 5-inch]
P-36 Sergeant Ed Posey, Highway Patrol, May 27, 1938
[4 x 5-inch]
P-37 Sergeant Marvin Gordon, Highway Patrol, May 27, 1938
[4 x 5-inch]
P-38 J.B. Walling, Highway Patrol, May 27, 1938
[4 x 5-inch]
P-39 Sergeant Glen Rose, Highway Patrol, May 27, 1938
[4 x 5-inch]
P-40 Sergeant Ross Dickey, Highway Patrol, May 27, 1938
[4 x 5-inch]
Box Folder
PP0533 P-41 Highway patrolmen in dress uniform in formation with motorcycles, June 10, 1938
[4 x 5-inch and 8 x 10-inch nitrate negatives]
P-42 Emergency broadcasting truck used by the department, one with Wilkins in picture, and one of truck alone, June 10 and July 28, 1938
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
P-42 Showing Wilkins with earphones, undated
[4 x 5-inch]
P-43 Sergeant Butler and his little boy standing by motorcycle, June 10, 1938
[4 x 5-inch negative]
P-44 Highway patrolmen showing courtesy on the highway by giving first aid and assisting lady who has run out of gas, June 10, 1938
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-45 Captain Hickman, to be used for publication, July 14, 1938
[4 x 5-inch negative]
P-46 Highway Patrol captains attending training school graduating exercises, undated
[8 x 10-inch]
P-47 Carrol Monroe counting traffic on highway north of Austin, August 6, 1938
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-48 Captain Hickman at his desk in patrol chief's office, July 22, 1938
[8 x 10-inch negative]
P-49 Patrol parade made at Capitol and down Congress Avenue, May 27, 1938
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-50 Patrol pistol team before trip to Camp Perry, August 9, 1938
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
P-51 The new highway patrol car, and patrol signs on the sides, back, and top of the car, August 16, 1938
[4 x 5-inch and 8 x 10-inch negatives]
P-52 Patrolman C.E. Tabor in uniform, for Chief Hickman, August 22, 1938
[4 x 5-inch negative]
P-53 Colonel Garrison, Edgar Bergen and Charlie McCarthy and Highway Patrolmen, Fort Worth District, made at Casa Manana, Fort Worth, Texas, copied August 31, 1938
[8 x 10-inch copy negative]
P-54 Sergeant R.H. Kelly, undated
[5 x 7-inch]
P-55 Sergeant R.M. Hammett, undated
[4 x 5-inch]
Box Folder
PP0534 P-56 Sergeant J.D. Carr, undated
[4 x 5-inch]
P-57 Sergeant George L. Morahan, undated
[4 x 5-inch]
P-58 Patrolmen giving demonstrations with soap, ice water, and towels which they carry in patrol cars, September 23, 1938
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-59 Group of 32 patrolmen assembled at Camp Mabry for sergeant examination, September 29, 1938
[8 x 10-inch negative]
P-60 Patrol Headquarters at Dallas, patrol office and dormitory, October 11, 1938
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
P-61 Group of 47 patrolmen assembled here for the funeral services of Colonel H.H. Carmichael, September 25, 1938
[8 x 10-inch negative]
P-62 Patrol and Ranger Headquarters, Dallas, exterior views of buildings, October 9, 1938
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
P-63 Captain Albright in uniform, undated
[5 x 7-inch negatives]
P-64 T.S. Pennington and Don Lawrence, images to be used in Colts Magazine, undated
[5 x 7-inch negatives]
P-65 An affidavit from Jim Lindsey, editorial staff of San Angelo Standard Times, stating the facts about an article he had written about Charles M. Duncan, undated
[8 x 10-inch negative]
P-66 Alvin Granger being fingerprinted, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-66 Alvin Granger and badge he received for saving the five people in L.A., undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-67 Pistol team copied from Camp Perry photo, undated
[8 x 10-inch negative]
Box Folder
PP0535 P-68 Badge to be colored and transfers to be made for Highway Patrol cars, February 15, 1939
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
P-69 Patrolmen and white car, publicity shots, February 1939
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-70 Lubbock Patrol District with officers and equipment, undated
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
P-71 Patrolmen assembled in San Antonio for parade, April 21, 1939
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-72 Department District headquarters, San Antonio, Texas, March 29, 1939
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-73 Guy Smith, sergeant, May 26, 1939
[5 x 7-inch negative]
P-74 Buchanan and Inks lakes showing state police boat and exams, given operators of boats, June 25, 1939
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-75 Highway Patrol Headquarters in Houston, Texas, June 11, 1939
[3¼ x 4¼-inch negatives]
P-76 Two patrolmen stationed at Cameron, Texas, pictures taken for county fair, July 24, 1939
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
P-77 Two highway patrolman's shirts for the same man to show how one shirt is 1/2 inch shorter in the collar than the other, undated
[8 x 10-inch negative]
P-78 Patrolman bonds for Colonel Garrison, October 7, 1939
[8 x 10-inch paper negatives]
P-79 Sergeant Butler, Conlin, Cearly and Don Lawrence, to be used in making life size enlargements for Dallas Fair display, September 5, 1939
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
P-80 Enochs and Fox to be used to make life size enlargements for Dallas Fair display, September 18, 1939
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
Box Folder
PP0536 P-81 Frankie Conklin and Don Lawrence standing by patrol car, September 5, 1939
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
P-82 Patrolman arresting speeder, checking on stolen car, etc., August 19, 1939
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
P-83 Howard Tatum and car with bullet holes, department car driven by Captain George Shauer in gun battle with Tatum on South Congress Ave., October 20, 1939
[4 x 5-inch and 8 x 10-inch negatives]
P-84 Group of patrolmen attending first highway patrol training school, 1930, copied in 1940
[8 x 10-inch copy negative]
P-85 Chief Hill Foreman, at his desk, December 1938
[8 x 10-inch negative]
P-86 Group attending 10th anniversary of first highway patrol training school, January 10, 1940
[8 x 10-inch negative]
P-87 Sergeant B. Bouldin made at request of Chief Hill Foreman, April 5, 1940
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-88 Patrolmen moving box from highway which was put there as a test to see who would stop and move it from highway; the patrolmen finally had to move it, April 4, 1940
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-89
[empty folder]
P-90 Bandits killed near Kingsville, Texas by two Texas highway patrolmen, 1940
[8 x 10-inch]
P-91 Highway Patrol pistol team, group and individual portraits, February 28, 1941
[8 x 10-inch negatives and photographs]
P-91 Sergeant Butler in uniform to show that they were not made to measurement, June 15, 1940
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
P-92 Radio truck and two-way cars in operation by Texas Highway Patrol, April 9, 1941
[8 x 10-inch]
P-93 Don Lawrence holding pistol, February 6, 1941
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-94 Dallas office of the Department of Public Safety, March 14, 1941
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
P-95 General order no. 4, retiring old #40 from active duty, June 2, 1941
[8 x 10-inch negative]
[#40 is a motorcycle that almost every patrolman has had the pleasure of riding.]
Box Folder
PP0537 P-96 Image taken for Hill Foreman, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
IP-97 Portrait of Chief Hill Foreman, February 1941
[5 x 7-inch negative]
P-98 Captain Butler the day he was appointed captain, Colonel Garrison, Chief Hickman, Chief Foreman and Deputy Sheriff George Pope, May 20, 1941
[4 x 5-inch negative]
P-99 Texas Highway Patrol district maps used in 1940 and 1941
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
P-100 Texas Highway Patrol badge used on identification cards issued to highway patrolmen, February 1941
[4 x 5-inch and 5 x 7-inch negatives and photographs]
P-101 Patrolman John Lowry on motor in 1919, copied November 7, 1941
[8 x 10-inch]
P-102 Applicants taking patrol exams at Austin High School, August 11, 1941
[8 x 10-inch]
P-103 Frank Conklin and trophy won at 1941 pistol matches, Houston, Texas, June 24, 1941
[4 x 5-inch]
P-104 Close-up of H.W. Knierim on motorcycle, 1941
[8 x 10-inch color separate negatives]
P-105 Rookies of first Texas highway patrol training school in 1941 as they made a flying trip to San Antonio, Texas on motorcycles, October 17, 1941
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-106 Group of patrolmen, Austin District assembled for district meeting, April 10, 1941
[8 x 10-inch]
P-107 Accident scene near Schulenburg, three miles south on highway N., May 10, 1943
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
P-108 Captain Nulty wearing new type hat to be worn by the Texas Highway Patrolmen, August 26, 1942
[4 x 5-inch]
P-109 Students attending highway patrol school for 1942, December 20, 1942
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
P-110 Austin District patrolmen dressed in new hats, November 25, 1942
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
P-111 Texas Highway Patrol district maps, 1947
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
P-112 Lieutenant Governor Smith, Colonel Homer Garrison Jr., and Chief Nulty at opening of Austin District of Highway Patrol, February 17, 1943
[4 x 5-inch negative]
P-113 Highway Patrolmen Tom Gallamore and Henry Peacock with black and white Ford, May 12, 1943
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
P-114 Austin Patrol District headquarters, May 1943
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
P-115 Portrait of Chief Hill Foreman, 1942
[5 x 7-inch negatives]
Box Folder
PP0538 P-116 Captain Musick, Safety Division Highway Patrol, May 21, 1943
[4 x 5-inch negative]
P-117 Sergeant Don Lawrence and trophies won in pistol shooting, December 1943
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-118 Austin District office, October 1943
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
P-119 Tommie Grant and Colonel Garrison, Patrolman Grant dressed in new highway patrol regulation uniform with jacket, February 7, 1944
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-120 Captain Glen Rose, 1943
[4 x 5-inch negative]
P-121 Wreck Buick Sedan license [number redacted] and Ford truck number, wreck occurred near Schulenburg, Texas, June 21, 1944
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-122 Highway Patrolmen Andrew Jackson and Coley Platt, with two-way black and white car, April 26, 1944
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
P-123 Sergeant Jones saluting flag, wearing dress uniform with campaign hat, July 11, 1944
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-124 Chief Walter Elliott the day he was appointed Chief of Texas Highway Patrol, July 26, 1944
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-125 Captain Nulty and Patrolman Treadwell saluting flag and superior officer, July 12, 1944
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-126 Texas Highway Captain George Busby, June 24, 1944
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-127 Highway Patrolman Ed Majors, 1943
[4 x 5-inch negative]
P-128 Henry Peacock in dress uniform, March 1945
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-129 Texas Highway Patrol captains, July 1945
[8 x 10-inch negative]
P-130 Captain Herbert Weeks, September 14, 1945
[5 x 7-inch negatives]
P-131 San Angelo Patrol district meeting, L.C.R.A. clubhouse, Buchanan Lake, February 5, 1946
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-132 Parade in which the City of Denison honored General Eisenhower, April 20, 1946
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-133 Chief Walter Elliott, August 1945
[5 x 7-inch negatives]
[This image has been retouched.]
P-134 Drowning at Tyler, patrolmen, rangers and driver's license men recovering bodies, April 1946
[5 x 7-inch photograph ]
P-135 Group of Dallas District Patrolmen district meeting, May 6, 1946
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
Box Folder
PP0539 P-136 District meeting, Houston District held at Huntsville, Texas on April 3, 1946
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
P-137 Sergeant J.L. Cearley in highway patrol uniform, November 4, 1944
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-138 Patrolman Curry and two way patrol car; also close-up talking over mike, October 2, 1945
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-139 Patrolman Coley Platt talking to brakeman on railroad giving him a description of a wanted person, 1946
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-140 Highway Patrolman Coley Platt and Leche, arresting speeder, assisting motorist and making safety talk over radio, 1946
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-141 Patrolman Peoples and switch board operator, 1946
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-142 Patrolman Burns, Tyler, Texas, making safety talk to school children and making safety talk from the pulpit, April 5, 1946
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-143 Group of Tyler Patrol district meeting and patrolmen working in District darkroom, April 5, 1946
[4 x 5-inch and 8 x 10-inch negative]
P-144 Doyle Curington and Clinton Peoples standing by patrol car and talking over two-way unit, June 19, 1946
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-145 Group of patrolmen who were in headquarters to take sergeants exam; Sam Gardner was high man, August 8, 1946
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-146 Captain George Busby and Harry Deford at teletype machine, Dallas, October 1946
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-147 A 1946 wrecked patrol car, 1200 miles, repaired at DPS shops, January 25, 1947
[8 x 10-inch negative]
[Image made for comparison of patrol car before and after repairs.]
P-148 Texas Highway Inspector Connor at his desk, 1947
[4 x 5-inch negative]
P-149 Patrolman Johnson for class room enlargement, July 16, 1947
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-150 Patrol car after being repaired in DPS shops, wrecked in explosion, Texas City, Texas, 1947
[4 x 5-inch negative]
P-151 Harlingen District Office, November 30, 1947
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-152 Group of sergeants taking exam for captains, Colonel Garrison and Chief Elliott pinning Captain Badge on Captain Layne and Captain George Monahans, 1946
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-153 Patrolman Finklea with his pipe and no teeth, July 2, 1947
[4 x 5-inch copy negatives]
P-154 Sergeant E.L. Stroud, Texas Highway Patrol, Lubbock, May 1949
[3¼ x 4¼-inch negative]
P-155 James E. Riddles, Texas Highway Patrol, Lubbock, Texas, May 1949
[3¼ x 4¼-inch negative]
Box Folder
PP0540 P-156 Captain E.L. Posey, Texas Highway Patrol, Lubbock, Texas, May 1949
[3¼ x 4¼-inch negative]
P-157 Sergeant Albert Chilcote, Texas Highway Patrol, Amarillo, May 1949
[3¼ x 4¼-inch negatives]
P-158 Captain Polk Ivy, Texas Highway Patrol, Amarillo, Texas, May 1949
[3¼ x 4¼-inch negatives]
P-159 Patrol school of 1938, identification for negatives lost, April 18-May 28, 1939
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-160 A patrol car wrecked near La Grange by Patrolman Oron Land, May 28, 1947
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-161 Ranger Bennie Krueger and son after he joined the Highway Patrol, 1948
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-162 District 12-Tyler and personnel of KTEB, 1948
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-163 Captain Guy Smith's flirtation certificate, June 10, 1948
[8 x 10-inch copy negative]
P-164 Patrol car, July 2, 1948
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
P-165 Chief Elliott and Patrolman Knighton with a 1930 model motorcycle and a 1948 model patrol car, September 30, 1948
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-166 Captain J.O. Musick, November 23, 1948
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-167 Sergeant Don Lawrence with pistol and reloading equipment, November 24, 1948
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-168 Wrecked patrol car, December 22, 1948
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-169 Student patrolmen practising with pistols, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-170 A 1949 Ford Patrol car with an FM radio, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-171 Patrolmen assisting at Governor Jester's funeral, 1949
[8 x 10-inch photographs ]
P-172 Bill Harris shaking hands with Patrolman I.L. Maroney and H.E. Hale whose car had been driven 120,000 miles without an overhaul, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negative]
P-173 Patrolmen arresting a speeder and helping a woman in distress, January 12, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-174 Bill Harris shaking hands with Patrolman Johnnie Craft by his patrol car, January 16, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-175 Captain J.O. Musick, March 14, 1949
[5 x 7-inch negatives]
P-176 Patrolman Dixon, March 14, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negative]
Box Folder
PP0541 P-177 Sergeant Tom Laws, March 14, 1949
[5 x 7-inch negatives]
P-178 1948 traffic death map, March 22, 1949
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
P-179 Wrecked patrol car in which Patrolmen Mahoney and Dickson were killed, April 18, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-180 Captain Polk Ivy installing an electric outlet, May 12, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-181 Highway patrolmen giving information to out of state motorists, July 1949
[4 x 5-inch and 8 x 10-inch color transparencies (Ektachrome) and copy negative]
P-182 A group of highway patrolmen attending an in-service training school, July 1949
[4 x 5-inch color transparencies (Ektachrome)]
P-183 Sergeant White and Patrolman Meridith talking over F.M. radio unit, July 1949
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-184 Four highway patrolmen on motors, July 1949
[4 x 5-inch color transparencies (Ektachrome)]
P-185 Patrolmen Max Westerman and Lou Bergstrom rendering assistance to lady motorist, changing tire, July 1949
[4 x 5-inch color transparencies (Ektachrome)]
P-186 Austin District of Texas Highway Patrol, June 6, 1949
[2¼ x 3¼-inch negatives]
P-187 Captain E.K. Browning, June 13, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negative]
P-188 Captain E.L. Posey, June 14, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negative]
P-189 Captain N.R. Smith, June 14, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negative]
P-190 Texas Highway Patrol office personnel from headquarters, June 14, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negative]
P-191 thru P-199
[Folders not included in transfer.]
P-200 Personnel of Texas Highway Patrol auto shop, June 14, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-201 Captain Polk Ivy, June 14, 1949
[4 x 5-inch and 5 x 7-inch negative and copy negatives]
P-202 Captain G.L. Morahan, June 18, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negative]
P-203 Captain Harry Hutchinson, June 19, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negative]
P-204 Don Lawrence and Harold Knierim, June 20, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-205 Inspector Conner, June 21, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negative]
P-206 The first Highway Patrol office for the Austin District, June 22, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-207 Captain G.W. Busby, June 25, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-208 Inspector Conner receiving scholarship to Northwestern University from Larry Cain of Dallas while Colonel Garrison and Governor Shivers watch, July 26, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
Box Folder
PP0542 P-209 Captain Herbert Weeks, August 5, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negative]
P-210 Captain Ray Butler, August 5, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negative]
P-211 Captain Guy Smith, August 5, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negative]
P-212 Captain Jack Sutherland, August 5, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negative]
P-213 Captain Glen Rose, August 5, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-214 Captain C.O. Layne, August 5, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negative]
P-215 Captain Marvin Gordon, August 5, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-216 Don Lawrence and Sam Gardener receiving captains badges, August 9, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-217 Safety Sergeant W.M. Miller, October 4, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negative]
P-218 Patrolman Henry Peacock checking motorist's driver license, November 4, 1949
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-219 District 14 spot maps for 1950
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
P-220 Governor Shivers presenting Captain Layne a check for a scholarship to Northwestern University, January 4, 1950
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-221 Members of the 1st Patrol School at their 20th Anniversary banquet, undated
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
P-221 Activities and program, January 10, 1950
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-222 Captain Jack Sutherland receiving scholarship to Northwestern University from Mr. Larry Cain while Colonel Garrison and Governor Shivers watch, January 17, 1950
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-223 Captain George Morahan at his desk, copy, January 24, 1950
[5 x 7-inch and 8 x 10-inch negative]
P-224 Chief Elliott looking at 1949 traffic death map with Inspector Conner and Captain Browning, March 9, 1950
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-225 "Open House" at the Waco District Office, March 19, 1950
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-226 1949 traffic death map, March 24, 1950
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
P-227 Captain Don Lawrence, May 10, 1950
[4 x 5-inch negative]
P-228 Patrolman John P. Lynch playing dominoes during lunch hour of the third patrol in-service school, May 17, 1950
[4 x 5-inch negative]
P-229 Patrolmen Johnny Krumnow and George W. Aderhold by their patrol car, June 26, 1950
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-230 Captain Don Lawrence, July 13 1950
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-231 Captains meeting in Chief Elliott's office, August 3, 1950
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-232 Helen Homeyer, August 28, 1950
[4 x 5-inch negative]
P-233 Traffic pattern around Baylor stadium in Waco, made from the air, September 30, 1950
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-234 Patrolmen giving information to some out-of-state visitors, November 1950
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-235 Group of safety men attending conference, undated
[8 x 10-inch negative]
P-235 Classroom with Don Hill lecturing, December 7, 1950
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
Box Folder
PP0543 P-236 Captain George Busby at his desk, March 13, 1951
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-237 Activities at the Dallas District meeting, March 13, 1951
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-238 Chief Elliott and representative from Tyler, March 23, 1951
[4 x 5-inch negative]
P-239 Patrolman Johnny Craft by his patrol car, May 12, 1951
[8 x 10-inch negative]
P-240 Sergeants Hallmark and Warner being congratulated by Colonel Garrison, Chief Fletcher and Chief Elliott, for making highest grades on the examination for captain, Sergeant Blackwell, also in picture, was third, August 21, 1951
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-241 District office in Harlingen, November 17, 1951
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-242 Captains Butler, N.R. Smith, E.K. Browning, and Hallmark, November 19, 1951
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-243 Activities of banquet for 20th Anniversary of 2nd Patrol School, December 14, 1951
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-244 A map of District three, December 17, 1951
[8 x 10-inch negative]
P-245 Colonel Garrison presenting Shaw, Higginbortham, and majors with sergeants commission while Chief Elliott watches, January 3, 1952
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-246 A road map of the Army's Longhorn maneuvers, February 28, 1952
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
P-247 San Angelo district meeting in the Buchanan Club House, March 11, 1952
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-248 Polk, Texas Highway Patrol, Trooper Hendricks, Captain A.S. Windham, Colonel T.B. Birdsong, Chief Elliott, and Inspector Conner, September 9, 1952
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
P-249 Group meeting for the one feet program, September 9, 1952
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
P-250 Dedication of station KKH 775 at Lufkin, October 14, 1952
[3¼ x 4¼-inch and 4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-251 Hidalgo, Willacy, and Cameron Counties which compose the Harlingen District, October 17, 1952
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
P-252 Patrolman helping a drunk driver from his car, October 29, 1952
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-253 Patrolmen of the Abilene District and Captain Morahan, November 24, 1952
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-254 Patrolmen of the Harlingen District and of patrolmen in this Dist. who received driving awards, December 5, 1952
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-255 Patrolmen of the Wichita Falls District and Safety award winners, December 15, 1952
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-256 Patrolmen in the Tyler District, December 18, 1952
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-257 1952 traffic death map, December 30, 1952
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
P-258 Spot map of the Waco District, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-259 Austin District, March 9, 1953
[8 x 10-inch negative]
P-260 Inspector Conner and Sergeant Harold T. Cowell of the Ohio State Patrol, March 17, 1953
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
Box Folder
PP0544 P-261 Colonel Garrison presenting captains badge to J.W. Blackwell and Sergeants stripes to Preston C. Wynne, April 22, 1953
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-262 Glen E. Simmons, patrolman, April 23, 1953
[3¼ x 4¼-inch negative]
P-263 Patrolman Robert L. Burns, April 23, 1953
[3¼ x 4¼-inch negative]
P-264 Sergeant Preston C. Wynne, September 9, 1953
[4 x 5-inch negative]
P-265 1953 Chevrolet patrol car, September 7, 1953
[4 x 5-inch color transparencies (Ektachrome)]
P-266 Accident Investigation Board, September 4, 1953
[4 x 5-inch color transparencies (Ektachrome)]
P-267 The Austin Districts "Driver Honor Roll,"September 4, 1953
[4 x 5-inch color transparencies (Ektachrome)]
P-268 The patrol's test car, September 4, 1953
[4 x 5-inch color transparencies (Ektachrome)]
P-269 Sergeant Phillip Ziessel modeling the patrol uniform, September 4, 1953
[4 x 5-inch color transparencies (Ektachrome)]
P-270 Fleet Safety Award Plaque, September 4, 1953
[4 x 5-inch and 5 x 7-inch color transparencies (Ektachrome) and negative]
P-271 Wichita Falls District office, September 11, 1953
[4 x 5-inch negatives and color transparencies (Ektachrome)]
P-272 Safety Award meeting for the San Angelo District at the Hotel St. Angeles, September 1953
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-273 Patrolmen Christian and Lusk by their patrol car, September 17, 1953
[4 x 5-inch negative]
P-274 1952 Ford patrol car and Patrolman Jeff Heard, September 17, 1953
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
P-275 Fleet Safety Awards for the high and low districts, September 23, 1953
[8 x 10-inch negative]
P-276 Captain Sam Gardener, November 5, 1953
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-277 Sergeant H.W. McFarling, November 5, 1953
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-278 Captain C.O. Layne, November 5, 1953
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-279 Patrolman William D. "Bill" Wilson, November 10, 1953
[4 x 5-inch negative]
P-280 Captain Blackwell, November 11, 1953
[5 x 7-inch negatives]
Box Folder
PP0545 P-281 Patrolman Meridith and patrol car, November 11, 1953
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-282 Captain E.K. Browning, November 19, 1953
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-283
[Folder not included in transfer.]
P-284 Presentation of awards for the winners of District Pistol matches, July 1954
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-285 Patrol activities for use in the biennial report, August 1954
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-286 Activities in the automobile shops for use in the biennual report, August 1954
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-287 Patrolman Meridith assisting motorist and removing debris from highway, also, radar warning sign, August 19, 1954
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-288 Patrolman Jimmie Johnson using radio in his patrol car, September 1954
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-289 Fleet Safety Program's Annual Award Banquet, Waco, October 4, 1954
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-290 Chief Elliott, receiving, through John Nash, Chevrolet dealer, a "Driver Testing" machine, October 19, 1954
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-291 thru 299
[Folders not included in transfer.]
Box Folder
PP0546 P-300 Sergeant Ziessel modeling the present and proposed patrol summer uniforms, November 1954
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-301 Sergeant Sosby, November 1954
[4 x 5-inch negative]
P-302 Sergeant Gossett, November 1954
[4 x 5-inch negative]
P-303 Sergeant Nelson Higginbotham, November 5, 1954
[4 x 5-inch negative]
P-304 Sergeant Sam Spier, November 11, 1954
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-305 Captain Warner, November 1954
[4 x 5-inch negative]
P-306 Chief Elliott explaining the operation of the patrol to Colonel Som, who is Chief of the Federal Police in Thailand, December 15, 1954
[4 x 5-inch negative]
P-307 Group of sergeants who took the exam for captain, June 17, 1955
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
P-308 Colonel Garrison congratulating Pat Spier the day he was appointed captain, June 20, 1955
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-309 The districts pistol matches and awards being made to winners, June 23, 1955
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-310 Radar speed meter installed in a 1955 Chevrolet, July 22, 1955
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-311 16 patrolmen who made the highest grades in Sergeants exam, undated
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
P-311 Colonel Garrison and Chief Elliott talking to them, August 4, 1955
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-312 Texas Highway Patrol advertising for recruits to be used on TV, November 14, 1955
[5 x 7-inch negatives]
P-313 1956 Ford Patrol Car with Chief Elliott, November 17, 1955
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-314 Patrol badge and cap emblem, November 18, 1955
[5 x 7-inch negative]
P-315 Lieutenant Luther Moore the day he was promoted to captain, December 21, 1955
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-316 Inspector Conner's promotion to assistant chief of Texas Highway Patrol, Captain Layne's promotion to Inspector, and Lieutenant Luther Moore's promotion to captain, December 21, 1955
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-317 Patrolman rendering assistance to wreck victims, negatives in district Texas Highway Patrol files, Austin, January 1956
[8 x 10-inch photographs ]
P-318 New 1956 Ford patrol cars, February 11, 1956
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
P-319 Sergeants who took the exam for Lieutenant, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-319 Sergeant Watson Howell being congratulated by Colonel Garrison for making the highest grade, February 20, 1956
[4 x 5-inch negative]
P-320 Portrait of Captain Don Lawrence, February 27, 1956
[5 x 7-inch negatives]
P-321 Portrait of Inspector C.O. Layne, February 27, 1956
[5 x 7-inch negatives]
P-322 Portrait of Chief W.J. Elliott, February 27, 1956
[5 x 7-inch negatives]
P-323 Portrait of Assistant Chief C.G. Conner, February 27, 1956
[5 x 7-inch negatives]
Box Folder
PP0547 P-324 Portrait of Captain J.B. Carlisle, February 27, 1956
[5 x 7-inch negatives]
P-325 Colonel Garrison presenting sergeant's commission to Sergeant Carpenter while Chief Elliott watches, February 29, 1956
[4 x 5-inch negative]
P-326 A patrol car from the Abilene District involved in a head-on wreck, the patrolman's life saved by use of the safety belt, March 30, 1956
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-327 Flannel board showing state law enforcement, vehicle speeds, and fatal accidents on state and federal rural highways, April 12, 1956
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-328 Texas death map without pins, April 16, 1956
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-329 The district secretaries meeting at headquarters, April 23, 1956
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-330 Chief Elliott and J.P. Lynch holding team trophy won in the annual team pistol matches at Clayton, New Mexico on April 23, 1956
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-331 Charts in the Accident Investigator's manual,May 10, 1956
[5 x 7-inch negatives]
P-332 Assistant Chief C.G. Conner explaining Texas Highway Patrol map of patrol districts to Captain Francis E. Wilkie, U.S.A.F. (U.S. Air Force), May 12, 1956
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-333 Austin District Texas Highway Patrol pistol team, June 5, 1956
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-334 Pistol matches and trophy awards, June 6, 1956
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-335 Captain Hallmark, July 19, 1956
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-336 Captain Spier in uniform, July 27, 1956
[5 x 7-inch negatives]
P-337 Colonel Garrison promoting Sergeant Gossett to lieutenant, August 20, 1956
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-338 Noel D. Calaway and Jack Crownover receiving congratulations from Colonel Garrison upon being promoted to sergeant, August 25, 1956
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-339 Lieutenant J.R. Arnold receiving his captain's commission from Colonel Garrison while Chief Elliott watches, September 18, 1956
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
THP-340 A trophy won by Don Ross in the National Peace Officers Association Championship Offhand Pistol Match, October 22, 1956
[8 x 10-inch negative]
THP-341 Patrolmen in various duties, November 9, 1956
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
THP-342 Patrolmen taping skidmarks at the scene of an accident, November 14, 1956
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
THP-343 Accident scene involving DPS Unit #2916, undated
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
THP-343 Accident scene on Highway US 90 west of San Antonio in which DPS Unit #2916 was involved with a Southern Pacific truck, Sergeant Hancock and Patrolman Claybrook in patrol car, January 17, 1957
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
THP-344 A patrolman by a 1957 Ford patrol car, February 8, 1957
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
THP-345 A 1957 Ford patrol car with equipment laid out and two patrolmen standing by, February 15, 1957
[4 x 5-inch and 8 x 10-inch negatives and transparencies]
Box Folder
PP0548 THP-346 A mechanic balancing a car wheel, March 1, 1957
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
THP-347 Chief Elliott explaining map to Mrs. Irene Zahr, March 4, 1957
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
THP-348 One car passing another on a curve, oncoming car being forced off of road, March 13, 1957
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
THP-349 Sergeant Miller adjusting movie projector preparing to show movie to school children, March 15, 1957
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
THP-350 Map of the Austin Texas Highway Patrol District, March 16, 1957
[8 x 10-inch negative]
THP-351 Patrolman H. Frye delivering a death message, March 13, 1957
[4 x 5-inch negative]
P-352 A car being forced off road by oncoming car passing on curve, April 18, 1957
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-353 Robert M. Lester, Captain Oklahoma Highway Patrol (left), John F. Williams, Lieutenant, Missouri Highway Patrol (right), April 23, 1957
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-354 Water in auto shop supply room, June 5, 1957
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-355 Pistol shoot held by Highway Patrol at Zilker Park Range and presentation of awards by Colonel Garrison and Chief Elliott at DPS headquarters, June 18, 1957
[4 x 5-inch negative]
P-356 Pistol shoot at Zilker Park, undated
[8 x 10-inch photographs]
P-357 Group of early patrolmen with motorcycles in front of capitol building, copied July 23, 1957
[4 x 5-inch copy negative]
P-358 Graduation program by 29th Texas Highway Patrol School, July 25, 1957
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-359 Graduating exercise for 29th Texas Highway Patrol School, July 26, 1957
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-360 Group of 29th Texas Highway Patrol School, July 26, 1957
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
P-361 Texas Highway Patrol insignia, August 1, 1957
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
P-362 Texas Highway Patrol working traffic with radar, Bliss Sherman watching meter, August 7, 1957
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
THP-363 Sergeant Albers and group of patrolmen assigned to the Dallas-Fort Worth Turnpike, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
THP-363 C.W. Nelson explaining operation of camera to patrolmen on turnpike detail, September 8, 1957
[4 x 5-inch negative]
THP-364 Map showing patrol area around Austin, September 18, 1957
[8 x 10-inch negative]
THP-365 Annual meeting of the class of 1937 Patrol School, August 3, 1957
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
THP-366 thru THP-369
[Folders not included in transfer.]
Box Folder
PP0549 P-370 Safety Award presentations in Harlingen, November 1957
[4 x 5-inch]
P-371 School for Safety Officers, November 16, 1957
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
P-372 DPS patrolman badge, November 19, 1957
[8 x 10-inch negative]
P-373 Patrolman Raymond Robins, Patrol, Region 2, Houston, undated
[4 x 8 negatives]
P-374 First Aid instruction of patrolman, January 13, 1958
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-375 Group shot of Patrol Recruits School, March 17, 1958
[8 x 10-inch]
P-376 Patrol sergeants attending Photography School, undated
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
P-377 Classroom, Lieutenant School, 1958
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-378 Radar being set up on U.S. Highway 71 near Bergstrom Field, 1958
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-379 Bill E. Caffey, new sergeant and top "5" on list, December 2, 1958
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-380 Major Guy Smith and son, March 13, 1959
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-381 Fleet Award plaque, June 19, 1957
[4 x 5-inch color negatives (Ektacolor)]
P-382 Girls admiring new uniform worn by Texas Highway Patrolman Gene Demuth, undated
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-383 Texas Highway Patrolman Dwight McDaniels in front of DPS building, August 6, 1959
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-384 Sergeant Jerry Miller's promotion to lieutenant, September 2, 1959
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
P-385 Patrol car 1959 Ford, September 12, 1959
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
P-386 Dwight K. McDaniel by patrol car, August 7, 1959
[4 x 5-inch color negatives (Ektacolor)]
Personnel & Staff Services
Box Folder
PP0553 P & S-1 Bill Harris, August 11, 1957
[ten 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
P & S-2 Captain O.L. Canady, January 28, 1958
[two 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
P & S-3 DPS Bulletin assembly line, May 15, 1958
[three 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
P & S-4 Betty Rogers, 1958
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
P & S-5 Martha Ann Peugh, June 17, 1958
[three 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
P & S-6a The Rocket at shops, December 31, 1958
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
P & S-6b Shops personnel, August 1958
[twenty-six 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
P & S-7 Portrait of Ted Vance, December 16, 1958
[four 5 x 7-inch black-and-white negatives]
P & SS-8 Equipment issued to patrolmen as they graduate from the Academy, 1959
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negative]
P & SS-9 Bibles being presented to Mr. Arnold for placing in barracks in training building, presentation being made by Gideon men, 1959
[six 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
Ranger
Box Folder
PP0588 R-1 thru R-150
[Folders not included in transfer]
R-151 Notice to "thieves, thugs and bunco steerers," undated
[one 5 x 7-inch]
R-152 "Ole Monk" Texas Ranger pack mule, undated
[5 x 7-inch]
[No images located in envelope.]
R-153 "Champion" famous longhorn steer, undated
[5 x 7-inch]
[No images located in envelope.]
R-154 Colonel Carmichael and Texas Rangers made in the Colonel's office, December 17, 1937
[one 8 x 10-inch]
R-155 Bob Massengale, May 10, 1938
[4 x 5-inch]
[No images located in envelope.]
R-156 Views of Texas Ranger cabin, Texas Centennial Dallas, Texas, 1937
[two 4 x 5-inch]
R-157 Ranger office with Captain Aldrich and secretary, undated
[8 x 10-inch]
[No images located in envelope.]
R-158 Interior of ex-ranger Captain Hughes with department girls and Captain Aldrich, May 25, 1938
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negative]
R-159 Ranger pictures taken on border by Joe Thompson, June 18, 1938
[forty-seven 3 x 5-inch]
R-160 Old ranger photographs sent in by George Black, undated
[one 8 x 10-inch]
R-160 Co. D, Co. F., and Co. B., rangers posed on horseback, undated
[8 x 10-inch negatives and composite]
[Negatives are deteriorated diacetate.]
R-161 Headquarters Division, Texas Rangers, Bob Massengale, Captain Aldrich Kelly Rush, Frank Mills, Manny Gault, Rip Collins, Ernest Best, March 6, 1938
[one 8 x 10-inch]
R-162 Mr. Richardson and two Texas Rangers standing by plane with Texas Ranger sign on side of plane, made at El Paso, copied July 12, 1938
[3 x 5-inch copy negative]
[No images located in envelope.]
R-163 Old Ranger pictures with Captain Bill McMurry in one, June 23, 1938
[5 x 7-inch and 8 x 10-inch copy negatives]
[Negatives are deteriorated diacetate; not located in envelope.]
R-164 Captain Aldrich and Captain Jack Cole former Texas Ranger, July 29, 1938
[4 x 5-inch]
[No images located in envelope.]
R-165 Bob Massengale and Basil Spain standing by spot map, July 22, 1938
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negative]
R-166 Full figure and bust portrats of Pete Crawford, John Reese and "Uncle Dick" Chastin, these men now working on Fromme case, August 10, 1938
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
[No images located in envelope.]
R-167 Old Texas Ranger picture "Co. D" made in 1886, Captain Frank Jones Co. others in pictures are Bass Outlaw, Arthur Jones and T.F. Sellers, August 11, 1938
[8 x 10-inch copy negative]
[No images located in envelope.]
Box Folder
PP0589 R-168 Captain Hamm and A.L. Barr with horse and trailer used by Texas Rangers in Dallas District, October 9, 1938
[five 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-169 View of Ranger office, Dallas District, Captain Hamm and A.L. Barr in picture, October 9, 1938
[one 8 x 10-inch]
R-170 Captain Royal Phillips and Abe Rosen made at Dallas office, October 11, 1938
[one 8 x 10-inch]
R-171 Captain Royal Phillips and Uncle Fletcher Albright made at Dallas Ranger office, October 11, 1938
[8 x 10-inch negative]
[No images located in envelope.]
R-172 Captain Hamm's living quarters and guest room, Ranger headquarters, Dallas District, October 9, 1938
[two 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-173 Group of '41 Texas Rangers made at Camp Mabry, September 25, 1938
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negative]
R-174 Ranger headquarters Dallas, Texas, exterior views of buildings, October 9, 1938
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negative]
R-175 Portrait of Alfred Allee, Texas Ranger, Co. D. stationed at Carrizo Springs, Texas, October 19, 1938
[two 5 x 7-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-176 Portrait of W.E. Naylor, special investigation, Texas Rangers, October 9, 1938
[three 5 x 7-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-177 Dr. Paul B. Hill, Texas Ranger chaplain, San Antonio, Texas, October 18, 1938
[two 5 x 7-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-178 Portrait of Texas Ranger Hugh Phares, one with hat and one without hat, November 12, 1938
[two 5 x 7-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-179 Roscoe D. Holliday, Texas Ranger, August 8, 1942
[three 4 x 5-inch and 5 x 7-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-180 Captain Royal Phillips, Texas Ranger, captain of Dallas District, November 17, 1938
[three 5 x 7-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-181 Captain Mannie Gault, Texas Ranger, copied, February 19, 1939
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negative]
R-182 Victims of hit and run case, sent in by Ranger Hardy Purvis, February 1939
[five 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photographs ]
[Note: Four images restricted due to Section 552.1085, sensitive crime scene images.]
R-183 Ranger Zeno Smith, March 1939
[three 5 x 7-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-184 Five Texas Rangers, Zeno Smith, Abb Riggs, Frank Mills, Lester Stewart and Parky Williams; Colonel Garrison and Captain Harman, March 22, 1939
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negative]
R-185 Search for bodies of the Blantons on the King Ranch, April 11-13, 1939
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-186 Ranger Frank Mills and moulage kit, March 1939
[four 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-187
[Folder not included in transfer.]
R-188 Landscapes and a portrait of an unidentified man sent in by Fred Oleson to be copied and numbers markings copied for identification, undated
[eight 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photographs]
Box Folder
PP0590 R-189 Portrait of Ranger Frank Mills, March 1939
[two 5 x 7-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-190 Portrait of Ranger Abb Riggs, March 1939
[two 5 x 7-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-191 Portrait of Ranger Williams, March 1939
[two 5 x 7-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-192 Portrait of Ranger Lester Stewart, March 1939
[two 5 x 7-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-193 Portrait of Ranger Ernest L. Daniels, March 1939
[two 5 x 7-inch black-and-white negatives]
Box Folder
PP0591 R-194 Texas Ranger car and trailer issued to Ranger Aldred Allee, April 24, 1939
[one 5 x 7-inch black-and-white negative]
R-194 Same trailer with horses, Alfred Allee and Ab Riggs by car, April 28, 1939
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negative]
Box Folder
PP0590 R-195 Ralph Rohatch, Texas Ranger, May 1939
[two 5 x 7-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-196 Portrait of Mannie Gault, Texas Ranger, May 1939
[two 5 x 7-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-197 Pete Crawford, Texas Ranger, undated
[two 5 x 7-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-198 Six Rangers, Hugh Phares, Bob Crouder, B.M. Gault, Frank Mills, Neal Arthur, and Pat Taliaferro, undated
[two 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photographs]
[Copied from 8 x 10-inch print sent over by Captain S.O. Hamm.]
R-199 Old Ranger pictures, one of Co. C. at Cotulla, Texas, and one of another company made at Fort Worth, copied, February 16 and April 1887
[two 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-200 Statement of Fidel Arvelo concerning Blanton case, copied, August 15, 1939
[two 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-201 Old Ranger badge to be used in work of Ranger film by Paramount, undated
[five 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-202 Texas Ranger car, trailer, dogs and horse with Dub Naylor, September 27, 1939
[three 4 x 5-inch and 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-203 Alfred Allee, Texas Ranger, was to have been used for life size picture of Ranger for display in main office, February 9, 1940
[three 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-204 Slot machines and other gambling devices confiscated by Texas Rangers and burned as shown in the pictures, burned on March 18, 1940
[two 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-205 Captain John R. Hughes, old time Texas Ranger looking over the modern set-up in law enforcement, April 19, 1940
[twenty 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
Box Folder
PP0592 R-206 Sergeant Ernest best dressed as cowboy on horse, April 16, 1940
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
[Picture of cowboy on horse requested by Senator Rogers Kelly; no images located in envelope.]
R-207 Warrants from Jefferson County, Beaumont, Texas, endorsed by A.C. McFarlene, investigation conducted by W.E. Naylor, Texas Ranger, March 29, 1940
[twenty-two 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
[Paper negatives of checks in Intelligence File #2153-0-143.]
R-208 Texas Ranger horse barn, April 13, 1940
[two 2¼ x 4¼-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-209 Texas Rangers in Big Bend Country, copied from pictures sent in by Captain Hamm, May 22, 1940
[nine 4 x 5-inch]
R-210 Texas Ranger Earl McWilliams, image used for life size enlargement of Texas Ranger, June 7, 1940
[three 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-211 Old Texas Ranger pictures, copied for M.T. Gonzaullas order of Colonel Homer Garrison, 1940
[four 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-212 Ranger Camp Kuykendall Ranch, August 17, 1941
[eighteen 8 x 10-inch]
R-213 Texas Rangers in camp, July 30, 1941
[twenty-four 4 x 5-inch and 8 x 10-inch]
R-214 W.E. Naylor with his horse, car and trailer, February 1941
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-215 Captain Wright on his favorite horse when he was in the Texas Ranger service, copied and retouched, 1941
[one 3 x 5-inch black-and-white photograph]
Box Folder
PP0593 R-216 On trip to California investigating air raid warden facilities, made by W.E. Naylor, January 1942
[ten 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-217
[Empty folder]
R-218 Old Rangers picture, Company D., sent in by Captain Gonzaullas, undated
[one 5 x 7-inch black-and-white negative]
R-219 Ranger Ray Brooks, April 27, 1942
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-220 Ranger Harold Stack, April 27, 1942
[three 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-221 Ex-Ranger Alonzo Tumlinson, April 27, 1942
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negative]
R-222 Ranger Hays Burris, April 27, 1942
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negative]
R-223 Ranger Leon T. Vivian, April 27, 1942
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negative and black-and-white photograph]
R-224 R.M. Briggs, Brady Pamplin, Leroy Massengale, and Henry Robertson, African-American prisoner, May 8, 1942
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negative]
[Note: DPS staff used the term Negro on the original envelope holding this negative.]
R-225 Ray Collins, Texas Ranger, May 1942
[two 4 x 5-inch]
R-226 Slot machines made for Rangers Olson and Briggs, August 3, 1942
[twelve 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-227 Texas Ranger Dudley White, November 1942
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negative]
R-228 Former Texas Ranger Tom Hickman, copied, July 1942
[four 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-228 Tom Hickman for identification, November 18, 1942
[4 x 5-inch negative]
R-229 Texas Ranger R.M. Briggs, November 25, 1942
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negative]
R-230 Texas Ranger history taken from book Journals of the Consultation held at San Felipe de Austin, October 16, 1835, copy negative made May 11, 1943
[fifteen 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negative]
R-231 Ranger Captain Gully Cowsert and group of Mexican witnesses, copy made May 12, 1943
[8 x 10-inch copy negative]
[L-6228/0-261 negatives filed in above case file; no images located in envelope.]
R-232 Texas Ranger Captains and Colonel Garrison and Captain Hickman, August 1943
[two 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-233 Dub Naylor on horse, Camp Bullis, September 1942
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negative]
R-234 A Texas Ranger by his car with sign "I am the Law Today," original from Captain Aldrich, copied, December 1942
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negative]
R-235 Captain Aldrich on horse, copied, December 1, 1943
[two 5 x 7-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-236 Cow branding, November 23, 1943
[four 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
[Copied from prints sent in by Captain E. Best.]
Box Folder
PP0594 R-237 Equipment carried by Ranger Dub Naylor, June 1944
[one 3¼ x 4¼-inch black-and-white negative]
R-238 W.E. Naylor and Quincy Lowman at Centennial, 1936
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
[Note: One image is restricted due to Section 552.101, nudity.]
R-239 Bloodhounds, copied for Captain Gonzaullas, July 1944
[two 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-240 Johnie Klevenhagen, Texas Ranger, Houston, September 15, 1944
[three 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-241 Old Rangers, copied from Captain Aldrich collection, undated
[five 8 x 10-inch]
R-242 Close-ups of Company B, Texas Rangers made at Mr. Maddox Ranch, 1943
[six 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-243 Road blockade, September 1944
[nine 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-244 Captain Fred Olson checking cattle at auction ring, Georgetown, Texas, January 23, 1945
[four 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-245 First Texas police badge, May 20, 1945
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negative]
R-246 "A Rangers Prayer" by Reverend P.B. Hill, December 1944
[four 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-247 A Ranger's report to his captain, "We had a little shooting scrape and they lost,"December 1944
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negative of drawing]
R-248 Headquarters Co. Texas Rangers, January 27, 1945
[three 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-249 Bloodhounds chasing African-American at Gatesville reformatory, January 1945
[fourteen 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
[Note: DPS staff used the term Negro on the original envelope holding this negative.]
R-250 Gambling equipment being destroyed at Camp Mabry dump grounds, July 19, 1945
[seven 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-251 Old Ranger pictures, copied from originals loaned by Captain W.M. Molesworth, July 1945
[8 x 10-inch negatives]
[empty folder.]
R-252 Gambling equipment seized and destroyed by Texas Rangers and Nueces Co. Sheriff's Department in Corpus Christi, Texas, August 17, 1945
[seven 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-253 Captain Fred Olson as he was sworn-in as full captain, Texas Rangers, September 1, 1945
[five 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-254 "Out Our Way," cartoon showing a sheriff leading two horses with boots, guns and holsters tied to horn of saddle, "Born Thirty Years too soon," undated
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negative]
R-255 Truman Stone, a Texas Longhorn steer, mascot of Texas University football squad, October 17, 1945
[seven 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
Box Folder
PP0595 R-256 Truman Stone, undated
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-257 Portrait of Captain Fred Olson, 1946
[eight 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-258 Rangers Dub Naylor, Captain Olson and Truman Stone with cars, trailers, horses, and walkie talkie radios, made near Round Rock, Texas, June 13, 1946
[twenty-four 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-259 Gambling equipment seized in raids in Temple, Texas, June 14, 1946
[five 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-260 Truman Stone, Jim Nichols and bloodhounds chasing African-American at Gatesville reformatory, July 9, 1946
[seven 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
[Note: DPS staff used the term Negro on the original envelope holding this negative.]
R-261 "Out Our Way" cartoon showing ranger in his car pulling trailer going over mountain, copied, September 7, 1946
[two 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-262 Raymond Waters, undated
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-263 Earl Stewart, undated
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negative]
R-264 E.J. Banks, undated
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negative]
R-265 W.E. "Dub" Naylor, undated
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negative]
R-266 Jim N. Geer, undated
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negative]
R-267 John T. Cope, undated
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negative]
R-268 J.C. Paulk, undated
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negative]
R-269 Stewart Stanley, undated
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-270 Lewis C. Rigler, undated
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-271 J.L. Rogers, undated
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negative]
R-272 Eddie C. Campbell, undated
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negative]
Box Folder
PP0596 R-273 John R. Connor, undated
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negative]
R-274 J.J. Klevenhagen, undated
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-275 Tom R. Gallamore, undated
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negative]
R-276 R.D. Holiday, undated
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negative]
R-277 Dudley White, undated
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negative]
R-278 R.W. Coffee, undated
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negative]
R-279 Zeno Smith, undated
[4 x 5-inch]
[No images located in envelope.]
R-280 N.K. Dixon, undated
[4 x 5-inch]
[No images located in envelope.]
R-281 Bennie Krueger, undated
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negative]
R-282 Dick Oldham, undated
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negative]
R-283 Arthur Hill, undated
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negative]
R-284 Selwyn Denson, undated
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negative]
R-285 Houston White, undated
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negative]
R-286 L.H. Purvis, undated
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negative]
R-287 Ernest Daniel, undated
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white photograph]
R-288 Truman Stone, undated
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negative]
R-289 Joe Thompson, undated
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negative]
R-290 Clint Peoples, undated
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negative]
R-291 W.E. Renfrow, undated
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negative]
R-292 Joe H. Bridge, undated
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negative]
R-293 Levi Duncan, undated
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negative]
R-294 Ralph Rohatch, undated
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negative]
R-295 Frank Probst, undated
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negative]
R-296 M.W. Williamson, undated
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negative]
R-297 Tullet Seay, undated
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negative]
R-298 Captain Olson, undated
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negative]
R-299 Mart Jones, undated
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negative]
Box Folder
PP0597 R-300 Bob Massengale, undated
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negative]
R-301 Eddie L. Oliver, undated
[four 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-302 R.L. Badgett, undated
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negative]
R-303 Dick Middleton, undated
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-304 Captain Alfred Allee, undated
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negative]
R-305
[Folder not included in transfer.]
R-306 Captain Gault in river in an attempt to locate murder weapon in Hunt murder, Jim Thomas case, copied,1946
[one 5 x 7-inch black-and-white photograph]
R-307 Captain Gonzaullas' car with radio antenna extended, 1948
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-308 DPS diving equipment, Dub Naylor in diving suit, 1948
[seven 3¼ x 4¼-inch and 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-309 Portrait of Ranger Dub Naylor, for passport pictures, 1948
[four 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-310 Ranger Frank Probst making investigation of burned auto near Llano, Texas, March 26, 1947
[three 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-311 Rangers Frank Probst and Clint Peoples fixing dynamite to try to bring body of Ira Prewitt to surface at Lake Travis, July 11, 1947
[eleven 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-312 Various shots of W.B. "Dub" Naylor with his horse at Camp Bullis, September 1942
[eighteen 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-313 Flowers on Captain Mannie Gault's grave, December 1947
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-314 Dub Naylor and Frank Taylor jumping motorcycles, December 17, 1947
[three 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-315a Texas Ranger History, Neff vs. Elgin case, undated
[seven 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-315b Mary Lou Taylor, secretary, Texas Rangers, Lubbock, May 1949
[one 3¼ x 4¼-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-316 Captain Bob Crowder, 1948
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-317 Group of Texas Rangers attending retraining school, March 1948
[six 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives and black-and-white photographs]
[Two group negatives printed together.]
R-318 Forest G. Hardin, Texas Ranger, September 3, 1948
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-319 Truman Stone and his horse, September 20, 1948
[three 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-320 Gambling equipment being destroyed, December 9, 1948
[four 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
Box Folder
PP0598 R-321 Captain Aldrich Nome and garden, copied, 1949
[three 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-322 Various color shots of Texas Rangers made by Holiday Magazine, 1949
[thirteen 4 x 5-inch color negatives]
R-323 Old Ranger pictures, Co. A. stationed at Harlingen, 1904, copied 1949
[two 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-324 Truman Stone pulling diving barge, 1949
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-325 Texas Ranger Captain Gully Cowart's camp near Junction, 1949
[eight 2½ x 3½-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-326 Captain Olson and Truman Stone destroying gambling equipment, May 4, 1949
[five 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-327 Captain Olson and Truman Stone with horses, cars and trailers near Round Rock, Texas, June 23, 1949
[two 4 x 5-inch and 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-328 Texas Rangers L.H. Purvis and Clinton Peoples checking cattle truck near Kerrville, Texas, June 24, 1949
[eleven 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-329 Texas Ranger Tom Gallamore investigating murder scene, Paul Hanson posing as victim, July 1949
[six 4 x 5-inch color transparencies (Ektachrome)]
R-330 Ranger Captain Olson and Truman Stone evicting criminal from house using tear gas, July 1949
[four 4 x 5-inch color transparencies (Ektachrome) and black-and-white photographs]
R-331 Rangers Truman Stone and Captain Olson, camp scenes near Round Rock, Texas, July 1949
[twenty-six 4 x 5-inch color transparencies (Ektachrome) and black-and-white photographs]
R-332 Captain Olson, Doyle Curington and Zeno Smith and car with long radio antenna, July 1949
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-333 Headquarters Co. Texas Rangers, July 21, 1949
[two 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-334 Doyle Curington and Zeno Smith investigating fence cutting, August 1949
[six 4 x 5-inch color transparencies (Ektachrome)]
R-335 Ranger Trenton Horton on horse with Handie Talkie, August 1949
[five 4 x 5-inch color transparencies (Ektachrome) and black-and-white negatives]
R-336 Captain Olson and Valor Award presented by Call The Police Radio Program, September 30, 1949
[three 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-337 Texas Ranger Co. B, copied,September 2, 1949
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negative]
Box Folder
PP0599 R-338 DPS plane with Captain Olson, Doyle Curington, Clint Peoples and Max Westerman, October 1949
[three 4 x 5-inch color transparencies (Ektachrome)]
R-339 Ranger Zeno Smith on horse at Camp Hood, Texas, October 1949
[4 x 5-inch color transparencies (Ektachrome)]
[No images located in envelope.]
R-340 Headquarters, Co. Texas Rangers on horses, October 1949
[three 4 x 5-inch color transparencies (Ektachrome) and black-and-white photographs]
R-341 Ranger Clint Peoples on horse, Camp Hood, October 1949
[two 4 x 5-inch color transparencies (Ektachrome)]
R-342 Texas Ranger horses in rope corral, Fort Hood, October 1949
[one 4 x 5-inch color transparencies (Ektachrome)]
R-343 Ranger Doyle Curington on horse, Camp Hood, October 1949
[three 4 x 5-inch color transparencies (Ektachrome) and black-and-white photographs]
R-344 Texas Rangers round-up at Camp Hood; helicopter and horses used to check for stolen cattle, October 18, 1949
[eighty-four 4 x 5-inch color negatives and black-and-white negatives]
R-345 Co. D. Texas Rangers, Joe Bridge, Wiley Williamson and Bennie Krueger in camp at Kingsville Fair grounds, November 8, 1949
[sixteen 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-346 Captain Gully Cowart and Chief Joe S. Fletcher in camp near Junction, December 1949
[eleven 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives, black-and-white photographs and color negatives (Ektacolor)]
R-347 Rangers Truman Stone and Doyle Curington with gifts sent to little girl in Ireland, 1950
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negative]
R-348 Texas Rangers on parade, San Antonio, February 17, 1950
[ten 4 x 5-inch color transparencies (Ektachrome) and black-and-white negatives]
R-349 The Texas Ranger flag, June 1950
[five 4 x 5-inch color transparencies (Ektachrome) and black-and-white negatives]
R-350 Texas Rangers, Frank Probst, Kelly Rogers, Captain Crowder and John Woods in Palo Duro Canyon, June 1, 1950
[eleven 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-351 Equipment removed from John Wood's car when he was issued new one, August 30, 1950
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-352 Texas Rangers destroying slot machines and marble tables taken in raid in Bandera, Texas, September 28, 1950
[ten 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-353 Captain Fred Olson tacking up calendar for 1951 using gun for hammer, November 1950
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-354 Captain Olson and Colonel Garrison examining slot machines that have been fixed so as not to pay off, November 28, 1950
[four 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-355 Clint Peoples and his horse, taken to show Texas Ranger uniform, January 22, 1951
[three 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-356 Texas Ranger E.J. Banks, full dress uniform with two guns, February 15, 1951
[two 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
Box Folder
PP0600 R-357 N.K. Dixon at his desk, February 27, 1951
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-358 Arthur W. Jordan for identification card, April 1951
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-359 Truman Stone and N.K. Dixon with horses, March 14, 1951
[six 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-360 Portrait of Trenton Horton, March 28, 1951
[four 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-361 Texas Ranger roundup at Camp Hood, April 24, 1951
[eleven 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-362 Truman Stone and Clint Peoples on horses, April 24, 1951
[five 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-363 Activities at Koon Kreek Klub honoring Captain M.T. Gonzaullas when he retired from Rangers, July 10, 1951
[thirty-five 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
[Photographs taken by Joe Tisdale.]
R-364 Honorable discharge issued to Captain M.T. Gonzaullas upon his retirement from rangers, July 31, 1951
[three 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-365 N.K. Dixon, April 1951
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-366 Five mounted rangers in a San Antonio parade, May 1951
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-367 District Attorney Bob Long giving check for $1,700 to African-American woman while Clint Peoples watches, September 7, 1951
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
[Note: DPS staff used the term Negro on the original envelope holding this negative.]
R-368 Portrait of Captain Bob Crowder, October 3, 1951
[five 5 x 7-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-369 W.E. "Dub" Naylor, November 14, 1951
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negative]
R-370 George Roach, November 27, 1951
[four 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-371 Pete Rogers, February 2, 1952
[four 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-372 Co. B. meeting near Bridgeport, November 20, 1951
[five 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-373 Colonel Garrison giving Jesse Hellums his Ranger Commission, February 4, 1952
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negative]
R-374 Captain M.T. Gonzaullas, with foot on chair, October 16, 1951
[two 5 x 7-inch and 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-375 Group of Rangers at Denison, July 26, 1922 and March 6, 1952
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negative]
R-376 A Texas Ranger painted on the Burnet Drive-In Theatre, April 24, 1952
[six 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-377 Rangers who patrolled Duval Co. during voting, July 26, 1952
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-378 Captain Olson looking in the comparison microscope, September 2, 1952
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-379
[Folder not included in transfer.]
R-380 Headquarters co., two groups in front of building, two informal groups by corral, two of Clint Peoples and horse, October 21, 1952
[six 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
Box Folder
PP0601 R-381 Sketches of Doyle Curington and Pete Rogers on horseback and in camp for the Beaumont Enterprise, January 1953
[two 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-382 Trumon Stone and Doyle Currington making a plaster cast of tire track, October 22, 1952
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-383 Captain Allee riding mule, March 4, 1953
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negative]
R-384 The Green Valley Cattle Co. Ranch between San Marcos and Kyle, April 3, 1953
[twenty-seven 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-385 The Hill Country Peace Officers Association meeting in Junction, September 15, 1953
[twenty-three 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-386 Clint Peoples questioning the teller of Coupland Bank that was robbed, October 22, 1952
[three 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-387 Captain Peoples talking with Colonel Garrison in the colonel's office, March 4, 1953
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negative]
R-388 Colonel Garrison giving captain's commission and badge to Clint Peoples, June 2, 1953
[three 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-389 Gambling equipment being burned, July 9, 1953
[seven 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-390 Captain Clint Peoples, November 10, 1953
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-391 Captain Peoples and George Burnup in raid on gambling house, November 12, 1953
[seven 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-392 Jesse Hellums grave, January 19, 1954
[three 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-393 Captain Alfred Y. Allee, Joe Bridge, and J.D. Weir, February 1, 1954
[two 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-394 Portrait of Captain Raymond Waters, February 5, 1954
[one 5 x 7-inch black-and-white negative]
R-395 George Roach with bearded game warden, March 1954
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negative]
R-396 Experimental twin-engine Cessna and DPS planes, May 4, 1954
[ten 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-397 Clint Peoples and Johnny Halton, June 4, 1954
[four 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-398 Captain Peoples, July 1, 1954
[one 5 x 7-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-399 A sign, donated to Company B, Texas Rangers by Colonel Tom C. Brown, July 1954
[two 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
[Brown was a Texas Ranger who passed away on August 3, 1953.]
R-400 Dudley White and Red Arnold investigating a safe burglary and checking a cattle shipment, September 23, 1954
[ten 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-401 Doyle Currington, October 14, 1954
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-402 Headquarters co. meeting at the Rickenbacker Ranch near Hunt, Texas, November 11, 1954
[eighteen 4 x 5-inch and 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
Box Folder
PP0602 R-403 "Chief" badge for Rangers, October 28, 1954
[six 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-404 Colonel Garrison talking with Captain Allee and Joe Bridge, December 16, 1954
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-405 Doyle Currington, January 26, 1955
[four 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-406 Trenton Horton, January 26, 1955
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negative]
R-407 Dudley White exercising trailing dogs, May 13, 1955
[twelve 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-408 Brownie Scouts visiting the Ranger Office with Dudley White, May 18, 1955
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-409 Headquarters co. meeting at Wheeles Park, June 1955
[ten 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-410 Howard Bowden of S.O. using the aqua-lung to dive for a body below Marble Falls Dam, June 14, 1955
[six 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-411 Zeno Smith fingerprinting Billy Wier, July 29, 1955
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-412 Frank Probst, L.H. Purvis, and John Wood, June 1955
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-413 Colonel Garrison, Captain Cowsert, and Sikes at Rock Springs the day Sikes was transferred to the Rangers, July 26, 1955
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negative]
R-414 Zeno Smith and Captain Butler talking in the photo office, August 4, 1955
[three 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-415 In-service School, August 15-19, 1955
[ten 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-416 Activities of the Ranger's In-service Training School, July 1955
[seven 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-417 Captain Aldrich's library, bed, and parts of house, July 1955
[nine 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-418 Group of Co. C, August 9, 1955
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negative]
R-419 Men taking the exam for Ranger Sergeant, August 22, 1955
[two 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-420 A portrait of Lewis C. Rigler, August 1955
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-421 An article about Frank Homer copied from a newspaper, August 25, 1955
[one 8 x 10-inch color negative]
R-422 Colonel Garrison, Chief Fletcher, and Captain Peoples with the new armored car, also George Burnup and Lester Robertson with car, September 19, 1955
[five 5 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-423 Beats and diving equipment used by the Rangers, October 14, 1955
[4 x 5-inch and 8 x 10-inch negatives]
R-424 Captain Peoples pointing out features of armored car to Colonel Garrison and Chief Fletcher, October 17, 1955
[five 4 x 5-inch and 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-425 A small electric motor for identification purposes, December 8, 1955
[two 5 x 7-inch black-and-white negatives]
Box Folder
PP0603 R-426 Jim Riddles, February 16, 1956
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-427 Events inaugurating the flight by Braniff Airlines direct from Dallas to New York, Ranger Banks participating, with Dpv. Galloway [sp.] and J. Fred Muggs, February 18, 1956
[seven 4 x 5-inch and 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-428 Sergeant Rogers showing Colonel Garrison's saddle to Lieutenant Colonel Salem Ben E1-Amen, Police Superintendent of Tripoli, Libya, February 21, 1956
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-429 Portrait of Captain Clint Peoples, February 27, 1956
[two 5 x 7-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-430 Colonel Garrison pinning badge on new Ranger Hollis M. Sillavan, former chief deputy at Brenham, April 4, 1956
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negative]
R-431 Rangers camped on the Texas-Mexico border, copied for C.E. Miller Deputy Sheriff of Alice, April 7, 1955
[one 5 x 7-inch black-and-white negative]
R-432 Hollis Sillavan, new Texas Ranger, April 1956
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-433 Fred Rymer using the comparison microscope while Ranger Captain Peoples watches, April 9, 1956
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-434 Captain Peoples and Lester Robertson in the armored car, April 11, 1956
[nine 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-435 New 21-foot Lone Star cruiser on Lake Austin, April 30, 1956
[thirteen 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-436 Captain Peoples and Doyle Currington, April 19, 1956
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negative]
R-437 Mr. Rex Maus of the Lone Star Boat Co. presenting the keys to the Rangers new boat, Captain Peoples, Conrad Fath, and Mr. Maus' son observing, May 11, 1956
[eight 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-438 Headquarters co. meeting at K-Bar Ranch, May 23, 1956
[thirteen 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives and black-and-white photographs]
R-439 Lewter Robertson, May 23, 1956
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negative]
R-440 A Ranger camp scene, August 10, 1956
[one 2¼ x 3¼, 4 x 5-inch and 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photographs and color negatives (Ektacolor and Kodacolor)]
R-441 Earl Stewart and Charlie Miller, copied, August 30, 1956
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negative]
R-442 New fiber glass boat made by the Lone Star Boat Co., George Burnup driving, Max Westerman, Doyle Currington and Bill Duncan riding, August 22, 1956
[four 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-443 Frank Probst, sergeant, October 18, 1956
[five 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-444
[Folder not included in transfer.]
R-445 E.J. Banks and Lewis C. Rigler on duty at the Mansfield, Texas high school during race demonstration, September 1956
[five 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-445-1 Ranger E.J. Banks leaning against a tree surrounded by a group of smiling, white teenage girls and one boy; high school entrance is in the background. A cloth dummy is hung from a lamp fixture over the arched entrance portal, September 1956
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negative]
[Description by John Anderson, 2/26/1991.]
R-445-2 Profile of Ranger E.J. Banks, alone, leaning against a tree; several teenage boys are standing at high school entrance in the background. A cloth dummy is hung from a lamp fixture over the arched entrance, September 1956
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negative]
[Description by John Anderson, 2/26/1991.]
R-445-3 An older Ranger in glasses posed with another man in front of the high school entrance. A cloth dummy is hanging from a light fixture over their heads, September 1956
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negative]
[Description by John Anderson, 2/26/1991.]
R-445-4 Ranger with sunglasses standing on sidewalk talking with man smoking cigar with his back to camera; group of men several feet behind on sidewalk, standing and sitting and cars parked parallel to the sidewalk in the street, September 1956
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negative]
[Description by John Anderson, 2/26/1991.]
R-445-5 Ranger E.J. Banks escorting a young clergyman(?); two older men stand off to the right and other people are partially seen lining the sidewalk, September 1956
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negative]
[Description by John Anderson, 2/26/1991.]
R-446 The Co. E camp near Sierra Blanca, made by the Dallas Morning News, correspondence,August 10, 1956
R-447 Co. E. on horseback, taken May 3, 1918, eight miles west of Del Rio, copied September 21, 1956
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negative]
R-448 Zack Mosley, creator of the comic strip, "Smiling Jack" with Chief Fletcher, Bobby Ragsdale, and Rangers Doyle Currington, Pete Rogers, and Max Westerman, October 25, 1952
[twelve 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-449 Otto Ahlers and Terrell Bingham working on the Ranger office in the basement, November 8, 1956
[three 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-450 All Ranger captains and Colonel Garrison in front of the Ranger office in Dallas, copied November 8, 1956
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negative]
R-450a Bill McDonald, undated
[one 8 x 10-inch]
R-451 Old Ranger pictures, copied January 1957
[five 5 x 7-inch and 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
[Note: One image restricted due to Section 552.1085, sensitive crime scene images.]
R-452 Pete Rogers by Co. A airplane and also Wallace Nelson handing photo equipment to Rogers, March 7, 1957
[nine 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives and color transparencies (Ektachrome)]
Box Folder
PP0604 R-453 Ranger sergeants and their secretaries, March 8, 1957
[four 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-454 Max Westerman standing by his car, March 15, 1957
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-455 Captain J.J. Klevenhagen, March 20, 1957
[one 4 x 5-inch and 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negative]
R-456 Ex-Rangers "Doc" White and Captain John R. Hughes, March 22, 1957
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negative]
R-457 Texas Ranger Jerome Preiss, 1957
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negative]
R-458 Texas Ranger Chief Bob Crowder, one walking toward camera, one standing showing gun and badge, April 9, 1957
[4 x 5-inch negatives]
[Empty envelope, notes state loaned to Captain Crowder.]
R-459 Scene where Gene Paul Norris and William Carl Humphrey were shot to death by captains Banks and Klevenhagen, Fort Worth Police Chief Hightower, Tarrant County, Sheriff Wright and other peace officers, copied May 7, 1957
[eleven 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-460 Subjects for Ranger W.M. Williamson, Corpus Christi, Texas, undated
[five 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives and black-and-white photographs]
R-461 Johnny Krumnow, June 6, 1957
[four 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-462 Gambling equipment stored in old Hollywood Club in Galveston, machines being loaded into trucks and being burned, supervising operations were Captain Klevenhagen, Pete Rogers, Hollis Sillivan, and Tully Seay, June 20, 1957
[forty-nine 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-463 New ranger badge just replaced and Dudley White's old badge, July 1, 1957
[five 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-464 Trenton Horton, undated
[five 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-465 Rangers on parade in Killeen, Texas, July 26, 1957
[two 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-466 Ranger Walter Russell, Kingsville, Texas, September 16, 1957
[three 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-467 Colonel Garrison presenting Buddy Hendricks with ranger commission, January 3, 1957
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negative]
R-468 Rangers and flag, Dudley White and Lester Robertson, July 1957
[twelve 4 x 5-inch color negatives and black-and-white negatives]
R-469 Trey, Colonel Garrison, and Robert Culp of T.V. series Trackdown, December 18, 1957
[three 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-470 Lewis Rigler, undated
[three 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
Box Folder
PP0605 R-471 Captain E.J. Banks, January 22, 1958
[four 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-472 Captain Alfred Allee, January 28, 1958
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-473 Captain Clint Peoples, January 28, 1958
[three 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-474 Dudley White's horse in trailer, with Dudley and J.L. Rogers, February 7, 1958
[four 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-475 G.W. Burks, January 22, 1958
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-476 Bar-B-Q for Captain Gully Cowsert, when he was discharged from Rangers, undated
[twenty-four 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-477 James McDowell, old time Texas Ranger, copied April 11, 1958
[one 5 x 7-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-478 Dudley White, undated
[six 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-479 Dudley White, horse and range equipment, April 8, 1958
[eleven 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-480 Captain Aldrich, Bronick Davis on horse talking to soldier made at Fort Hancock, undated
[two 5 x 7-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-481 Old time Texas Ranger, copied May 14, 1958
[three 5 x 7-inch and 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-482 Old ranger picture, Company A, 1905, Colorado City, Texas, copied May 1958
[one 5 x 7-inch black-and-white negative]
R-483
[Folder not included in transfer.]
R-484 Rangers Walter Russell, Captain Alfred Allee and Dudley White, May 28, 1958
[five 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-485 Old Ranger pictures, copied July 1958
[three 5 x 7-inch black-and-white negatives]
[Image of Ben McCulloch by H.R. Marks [sp.] and Captain Frank Moore.]
R-486 Captain J.J. Klevenhagen, August 19, 1959
[three 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-487 Gun, .45 automatic, given to Ranger Charlie Miller by Dr. Carlisle Marney, October 28, 1958
[two 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-488 Ranger scene on boat, George Burnup, Warren Muston and J.L. Rogers, undated
[six 4 x 5-inch color negatives (Ektacolor)]
R-490 Ranger scenes at camp, Dudley White and Trenton Horton, September 25, 1958
[eight 4 x 5-inch color negatives (Ektacolor)]
R-491 Rangers using armored car in evicting criminal from house, September 26, 1958
[eight 4 x 5-inch color negatives (Ektacolor)]
R-492 Rangers, Jim Riddles, Captain Clint Peoples and Trenton Horton making plaster cast, September 30, 1958
[seven 4 x 5-inch color negatives (Ektacolor)]
R-493 Ranger Trenton Horton watering horse in creek, September 30, 1958
[three 4 x 5-inch color negatives (Ektacolor)]
R-494 Lester Robertson, Sergeant Ranger Division, October 9, 1958
[one 4 x 4-inch black-and-white negative]
R-495
[Folder not included in transfer.]
R-496 Pancho Villa Obregon, Villa and General Pershing, July 20, 1923
[two 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-497 Old Ranger commission, May 1958
Box Folder
PP0606 R-498 Frank Probst, Captain, Texas Rangers, December 17, 1958
[four 5 x 7-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-499 Captain Clint Peoples and Sergeant Jim Riddle talking to Carol Ralphs, American Dairy Princess, August 3, 1959
[ten 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-500 Milburn Crick De Glandon in diving gear going over side of new Ranger boat, August 10, 1959
[seven 4 x 5-inch color negatives (Ektacolor) and black-and-white negatives]
R-501 Lake Placid Club, Seguin, Texas, raided by Rangers and Intelligence Agents as gambling establishment, August 22, 1959
[nine 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-502 Gun collection, Ranger equipment for PIO, August 20, 1959
[four 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-503 Ranger meetings of Region #6 at Lake Belton, August 31-September 1, 1959
[seven 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-504 Captain Alfred Allee and his company and secretary, September 4, 1959
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-505 Ranger meeting of Region #1 at Brook Haven Lodge, September 9-10, 1959
[six 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-506 James Arness, Marshall "Matt" Dillon of TV series Gunsmoke, and Captain Clint Peoples of Texas Rangers, copied September 15, 1959
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negative]
R-507 Ranger Co. E meeting at McLaughlins Diamond M Ranch, Snyder, Texas, November 12, 1959
[fourteen 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-508 Colonel Garrison receiving statute of Frontier Ranger and pack mule from K.R. Hamorszky, D.V.M. of Waco, Texas, December 11, 1959
[four 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
R-509 Grays photo of new special Rangers, also in grays, Colonel Garrison, Colonel Fletcher, Commissioner McLaughlin, and Ranger Captains, Banks and Peoples, undated
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negative]
R-no number Texas Rangers, Company A, undated
[one 8 x 10-inch photograph from copy negative]
R-no number 1 Texas Rangers, Company D, on Rio Grande, 1888-1889
[one 8 x 10-inch photograph ]
[List of names included with image.]
R-no number 2 Car with bullet holes, undated
[one 8 x 10-inch photograph ]
[Includes multiple copies of same image.]
R-no number 2 Various guns, undated
[one 8 x 10-inch photograph ]
[Includes multiple copies of same image.]
R-no number 3 Map of Texas, compiled by Stephen F. Austin, latitude and longitude observations by General Teran of Mexican Army, 1835
[empty envelope]
R-no number 4 Before townsite laid out, Lubbock, and Frank Cates, first editor, Plainview, Texas, 1890
[two 8 x 10-inch photograph ]
R-no number 5 Group portrait of men standing and on horses in front of Stockyard Horse and Mule Co., undated
[one 8 x 10-inch photograph ]
[Image is broken in two pieces.]
R-no number 6 Early days in Amarillo, 1891-1892
[four 6 x 8.5-inch photographs]
R-no number 7 LBJ portrait, undated
[empty folder]
R-no number 8 Texas Ranger, Company D, on Rio Grande, 1888-1889
[one 4 x 6-inch photograph]
[List of names included with image.]
R-no number 9 Texas Ranger, Company D, Capt Frank Jones, camp at Uvalde Co., 1886-1887
[one 5 x 7-inch copy negative ]
Loose prints, undated
[folder 1 of 2]
Loose prints, undated
[folder 2 of 2]
Loose prints, undated
Safety
Box Folder
PP0578 S-1 Wreck victims picked up near Dallas on highway, sent in by Jim Line, undated
[8 x 10-inch photographs ]
[No images located in envelope.]
S-2 Joe Tisdale wrecked car, undated
[seven 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
S-3 Auto wrecks near Corpus Christi, undated
[five 5 x 7-inch black-and-white negatives]
S-4 Patrol Safety lane held in Corpus Christi, October 8, 1937
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negative]
S-5 First Aid Training School for advanced officers, including city police and fireman, December 2, 1937
[five 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photographs]
S-6 Traffic safety lane operated jointly by city and state, San Jacinto Blvd., December 6, 1937
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photograph]
S-7 Safety hints and demonstrations on administrations of first aid, and group picture of first aid school, December 10, 1937
[six 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives and black-and-white photographs]
S-8 Captain George Schauer for publication, December 30, 1937
[four 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
S-9 Captain Schauer, undated
[three 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
S-10 Wrecked cars, November 9, 1937
[eighteen 2.5 x 4.5-inch black-and-white negatives]
S-11 Group of Austin Street Car motormen receiving cash bonus from company for safe driving, January 28, 1938
[seven 2.5 x 4.5-inch black-and-white negatives and black-and-white photographs]
S-12 Views of wrecked cars where C.K. Krueger was injured and Tom Rowley injured, January 29, 1938
[five 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photographs]
Box Folder
PP0579 S-13 Map of flow of traffic in Houston, made for Captain Garrison, January 31, 1938
[one 5 x 7-inch black-and-white negative]
S-14 Miniature highways and traffic made by CCC camp, Bartlett, Texas, February 9, 1938
[two 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photographs]
S-15 Captain George Schauer and Ross Dickey in safety talk over radio station KNOW from stage of Capitol Theater, undated
[eighteen 4 x 5-inch and 8 x 10-inchblack-and-white photographs and black-and-white negatives]
S-16 School buses, safe and unsafe, copies for Safety Division, March 15, 1938
[four 5 x 7-inch black-and-white negatives]
S-17 CCC boys taking Safety Examination given them by Safety and Driver's License Division, April 20, 1938
[two 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photographs]
S-18 Sample safety windshield sticker for cars that have passed the safety lane test, April 22, 1938
[three stickers]
S-19 Wreck scenes for Safety Division, April 25, 1938
[seven 5 x 7-inch black-and-white negatives]
S-20 Drunk tester for Safety Division, May 10, 1938
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
S-21 Wrecked cars in which Eric Swenson was killed just outside of Austin city limits on the Oak Hill highway, made by Joe Thompson, May 28, 1938
[eight 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
S-22 Wreck scenes, June 1938
[three 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
S-23 Wreck of government truck and automobile made by request of Major Taylor, June 1938
[seven 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
S-24 Various department pictures to be carried to different schools etc., returned by Captain Schauer, June 1938
[four 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photographs]
S-25 Patrolmen standing on post with sky as background and holding little boy in arms, who has been hit by a car, undated
[six 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives and black-and-white photographs]
S-25 Action shots of patrolmen on motorcycles, June 10, 1938
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
S-26 Parade at state safety convention held in Fort Worth, Texas, June 15, 1938
[sixteen 4 x 5-inch black-and-white photographs]
S-27 Horrid pictures of traffic accidents, display for Safety Division, March 18, 1938
[seven 6 x 7-inch black-and-white negatives]
[Note: Three images restricted due to Section 552.1085, sensitive crime scene images.]
Box Folder
PP0580 S-28 Child running out into street in front of car and lying in front of car after being hit, June 10, 1938
[thirteen 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
S-29 Scenes of wrecked cars and victims made by Austin Police Department photographer, undated
[photographs]
[No images located in envelope.]
S-30 Wrecked car, 1937 Ford, which plunged into deep hole of water, copied July 28, 1938
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
S-31 Safety lane equipment in use by Safety Division, Star Telegram Roto Section, Sixth Training School, April 28, 1938
[five 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
S-32 Safety floats made by Highway Department and used in American Legion parade, August 29, 1938
[four 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photographs]
S-33 American Legion parade, mostly Safety Sections and various floats, August 30, 1938
[eighteen 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
S-34 Map of Dallas showing fatal accidents first six months of year 1938, September 15, 1938
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photographs]
S-35 Highways of Mississippi showing bridges and improvements which have been made in the last few years, September 16, 1938
[six 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photographs]
S-36 Chief Thorp pinning safety banner on bumper of car in Safety Drive, October 12, 1938
[ten 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives and black-and-white photographs]
Box Folder
PP0581 S-37 Safety Council Drive on Safety, one of court judges and one of Captain Smith pinning arm band on patrolman, October 13, 1938
[two 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives and black-and-white photographs]
S-38 Department of Public Safety and Highway Department exhibit at Dallas Fair, October 9-10, 1938
[thirteen 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives and black-and-white photographs]
S-39 Safety radio program broadcast from street in front of Austin Hotel, October 10, 1938
[seven 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
S-40 "Safety Sally," a new school crossing sign, sponsored by the 20-30 club, undated
[three 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives and black-and-white photographs]
S-41 Two wrecked cars, sent in by Captain Draper, undated
[one 5 x 7-inch black-and-white negative]
S-42 The three arm signals used by the Safety Division, undated
[one 3 x 5-inch black-and-white photograph]
S-43 Safety hints, taken for Wick Fowler, undated
[twenty 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives and black-and-white photographs]
S-44 Safety Lane broadcast and officials, undated
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives and black-and-white photographs]
S-45
[Folder not included in transfer.]
S-46 Wreck of San Antonio Highway four miles north of Kyle, Texas, December 22, 1938
[ten 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
S-47 1938 spot map for Captain Moffate, March 15, 1939
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photographs]
Box Folder
PP0582 S-48 Captain Albright and his little boy examining bicycle to be used by Safety Division on book cover, April 30, 1939
[five 3¼ x 4¼-inch black-and-white negatives and black-and-white photographs]
S-49 Parade floats used in San Antonio Battle of Flowers parade to be used for safety float ideas, April 21, 1939
[twenty-one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
S-50 Two African-Americans killed in wreck near cemetery, both lying on ground by truck, June 10, 1939
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negative]
[Note: DPS staff used the term Negro on the original envelope holding this negative.]
S-51 National Guard boys to be used by Woerner in accident display, September 26, 1939
[six 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
S-52 An accident report used by Woerner at Dallas Fair display, September 27, 1939
[two 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
S-53 Wreck scene and cars belonging to Mr. McFarland and Lester Riggs, accident occurred about one mile north of Leander, October 2, 1939
[five 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
S-54 Amarillo showing accidents, etc., September 1939
[two 8.5 x 8.5-inch black-and-white negatives]
S-55 Wreck scene at Coupland where 1937 Ford coach failed to make curve and run through blacksmith shop, Patrolmen Gallamore and Cearley on call, September 16, 1939
[six 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
S-56 Wrecked truck-car and man's hand can be seen under the truck, September 1939
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negative]
S-57 Hit-run victim identified as Emory Hamby, killed by hit-run driver, 4600 block Georgetown Road, October 1939
[seven 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
[Note: All images restricted due to Section 552.1085, sensitive crime scene images.]
S-58 Truck wreck on bridge, Cameron Road about six miles northeast of Austin, truck was overloaded and condemned bridge collapsed, December 1939
[nine 4 x 5-inch black-and-white photographs]
S-59 Broadcast over T.S.N. from Governor's Office, school children safety week by proclamation of Governor O'Daniel, October 30, 1939
[six 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
S-60 20-30 Club and their Safety Sallies which they are sponsoring in Austin, Chief Thorp, Canera also in picture, November 3, 1939
[three 4 x 5-inch black-and-white photographs]
Box Folder
PP0583 S-61 Street car-truck accident, 1900 block East First Street, and Jefferson David Pinchard who was killed while riding as a passenger on street car, made at request of Captain Rogers, November 8, 1939
[fourteen 4 x 5-inch and 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
[Note: Two images restricted due to Section 552.1085, sensitive crime scene images.]
S-62 Captain George Schauer at his desk, with and without cap, January 1940
[two 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photographs]
S-63 Wrecked Mercury Coupe turned over and burned on San Antonio Highway about four miles south of Austin, January 1940
[eight 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
S-64 Truck wreck on highway near Fredericksburg, two people killed, February 10, 1940
[six 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
S-65 Train truck accident near Alamo, Texas in which 29 Mexican(-American)s were killed, March 14, 1940
[twenty-eight 2¼ x 3¼-inch and 8 x 10-inchblack-and-white negatives and black-and-white photographs]
[Note: Sixteen images restricted due to Section 552.1085, sensitive crime scene images.]
[Note: (-American) was added by State Archives staff to the original title provided by DPS to clarify that some accident victims may not have been Mexican citizens, but rather U.S. citizens of Hispanic descent.]
S-65 Images made from prints loaned this department by photographer Brad Smith of Weslaco, Texas, September 30, 1942
[four 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photographs]
S-66 Scene showing street intersection where Pat O'Daniel hit little girl on bicycle, October 26, 1940
[four 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photographs]
S-67 Wrecked car and 7-Up Bottling Co. truck collided on Dallas Highway, 7 miles out of Austin, truck images made at Taylor, car images made by Fullerton, Piland, and Elliott garage, about October 3, 1940
[eleven 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives and black-and-white photographs]
S-68 Wrecked Oldsmobile collided with truck on Williamson Creek bridge, San Antonio Highway, November 23, 1940
[four 4 x 5-inch black-and-white photographs]
S-69 India-ink drawing of skeleton, June 1940
[one 6 x 8-inch black-and-white transparencies]
S-70 Mr. Jud James stepping out into street from between two parked cars, used for 16 foot display at Dallas Fair, October 1940
[five 8 x 10-inch black-and-white transparencies]
S-71 Wreck between Temple and Waco, March 22, 1940
[seventeen 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
[Note: Six images restricted due to Section 552.1085, sensitive crime scene images.]
S-72 Wreck near Bastrop, February 9, 1941
[five 2.24 x 3.5-inch black-and-white negatives]
Box Folder
PP0584 S-73 Wrecks including snapshots of accident scene where Glen Lee Orchestra truck collided with La Salle Sedan 8 miles south of Austin Highway 81, 1937
[five 2.24 x 3.5-inch and 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
[Note: One image restricted due to Section 552.1085, sensitive crime scene images.]
S-74 Bronze plaque presented to DPS by National Safety Council, January 1945
[one 5 x 7-inch black-and-white negative]
S-75 Hit-run accident scene near Thorndale, made by Chief Fletcher, 1944
[eleven 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
[Note: Three images restricted due to Section 552.1085, sensitive crime scene images.]
S-76 Wrecked '38 Ford and truck on Highway #9 approximately nin miles out of Corpus Christi, prelude to hurricane, August 26, 1945
[five 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
S-77 Accident scene and a 1932 Ford coach and a 1941? army Dodge Hospital carryall, owned and operated by State Health Department, October 8, 1945
[five 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
S-78 Automobile accelerator showing it mashed to the floorboard, October 26, 1945
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
S-79 Driver signals, highway markers, hand signals, etc. used for making lantern slides for traffic safety lecture, Captain Musick, January 8, 1946
[thirty-five 3¼ x 4-inch black-and-white transparencies]
S-80 Boy lying in street with his bicycle beside him, ostensibly been hit by an automobile, 1946
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negative]
[Note: All images restricted due to Section 552.1085, sensitive crime scene images.]
S-81 thru S-89
[Folders not included in transfer.]
S-90 Wrecked 1942 fleetline Chevrolet sedan, DPS equipment driven by Captain Olson, hit by a 6 wheel truck near Round Rock, Texas, 1946
[seven 4 x 5-inch and 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
S-91 Wreck scene on Highway 75 near Farris, Texas, made by Sergeant Don Lawrence; one of the wreck victims lost his artificial foot, June 1946
[nine 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
S-92 Accident scene where Judge Weaver Baker was killed, Highway 29, north of Austin, September 23, 1946
[two 3.25 x 4.5-inchblack-and-white negatives]
S-93 Sergeant Tom Laww making a traffic count at 24th and Lamar, 1949
[four 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
S-94 The Texas Safety Association meeting in Houston at the Rice Hotel, March 9-10, 1949
[sixteen 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
S-95 Automobile drivers hand signals, March 21, 1949
[twelve 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
S-96 Driver Training Program in the city schools, January 25, 1950
[four 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
S-97 Captain J.B. Carlisle sitting at his desk, April 13, 1950
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
S-98 Boys being instructed on automobile motor for Lewis Berry, October 13, 1952
[one 5 x 7-inch black-and-white negatives]
S-99 A Texas map showing field trips made by the Safety Section in 1951 and 1952, October 22, 1952
[three 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
S-100 Safety Officers Conference, February 10, 1953
[two 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
Box Folder
PP0585 S-101 Traffic death map for 1952, March 11, 1953
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
S-102 Sergeant Ziessel modeling the Texas Highway Patrol uniforms, September 4, 1953
[one 4 x 5-inch color transparency (Ektachrome)]
S-103 A traffic problem outlined on the magnetic blackboard, September 21, 1953
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
S-104 The Texas Highway Patrol's Fleet Safety Program exhibit, September 24, 1953
[five 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
S-105 Sergeant Miller, November 6, 1953
[one 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negative]
S-106 Sergeant Ziessel, November 9, 1953
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
S-107 A drawing used to show the route of alcohol through the body and the areas of the brain that certain concentrations of alcohol affect, January 14, 1954
[two 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
S-108 The Fleet Safety Program's "Driver Honor Roll,"January 18, 1954
[three 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
S-109 Safety Officers testing the radar speed meter, January 20, 1954
[six 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
S-110 Woman behind the steering wheel screaming, October 17, 1954
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negative]
S-111 Front and back of radar warning sign, portable, November 12, 1954
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
S-112 Patrolmen who attended a two-day safety meeting, March 3, 1958
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negative]
S-113 A driver being tested on the "Driver Reaction" machine by Sergeant Ziessel, March 12, 1955
[four 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
S-114 A Texas map showing the patrolmen we have and the patrolmen we need, undated
[two 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photographs]
S-115 Safety award being presented to the Abilene District, October 27, 1955
[eleven 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
S-116 A flannel board prepared by Safety Section, March 21, 1956
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
S-117 A flannel board poster showing state law enforcement vehicle speeds, fatal accidents on state and federal rural highways, March 29, 1956
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
S-118 The "Don'ts" of traffic, May 16, 1956
[twenty-eight 35 mm color transparencies (Ektachrome)]
S-119 A truck that was carrying a load of onions and ran off a bridge on the Dallas Highway, August 18, 1956
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
S-120 Accident in which Canady's car was wrecked while it was in his driveway, September 21, 1957
[eleven 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
S-121 Traffic violations running stop signs, passing in "no-passing zone," and speeding, December 4, 1957
[six 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
S-122 Sergeant Zeissel, Safety Section, undated
[six 5 x 7-inch black-and-white negatives]
S-123 Bicycle safety, March 1958
[thirteen 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
S-124 Wreck on Highway 183 south near Onion Creek, July 6, 1958
[fifteen 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
S-125 Safety features of 1957 and 1958 model cars, August 1958
[nine 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
Box Folder
PP0586 S-126 Auto accident on Burleson Road, Austin, 1958
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
S-127 Nine year safe driving award pin by National Safety Council, October 21, 1958
[three 5 x 7-inch black-and-white negatives]
S-128 Auto accident two miles from city limit on Bee Caves Road, November 5, 1958
[five 8 x 10-inch black-and-white photographs]
S-129 The "95" predicted to die over holidays, December 1958
[eleven 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
S-130 Safety Awards given to Region IV, Midland and Region VI, Waco, December 1958
[two 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
S-131 "Will you be Santa's helper?"December 1959
[sixteen 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
S-132 Safety's Sake, billboard, undated
[three 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
S-133 Car parked, straddled line, May 24, 1960
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
S-134 Patrolman Bill Tate presenting plaque to school bus driver Gus Grant, May 24, 1963
[three 4 x 5-inchblack-and-white negatives]
S-135 Publicity shots for Driver Education TV series, February 16, 1963
[four 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
S-136 Speed limit signs, 1963
[thirty 2 x 2-inch and 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
S-137 Bus driver's award presented to Jimmie D. Williams, driver Lockhart school bus, May 8, 1964
[seven 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
S-138 School bus driver Johnnie Richards and award, June 1, 1965
[two 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives]
Statistical
Box Folder
PP0586 ST-1 The IBM room, August 8, 1954
[two 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
ST-2 Spot map of 1955 death map, May 29, 1956
[one 8 x 10-inch black-and-white negatives]
ST-3 The "Don'ts" of traffic, May 16, 1956
[twenty-three 4 x 5-inch black-and-white negatives and black-and-white photographs]
ST-4 Chief N.K. Woerner, February 27, 1956
[three 5 x 7-inch black-and-white negatives]
ST-5 Chief Woerner explaining map to Chief Elliott, April 11, 1957
[three 4 x 5-inch black-and-white photographs]
ST-6 Accident in Midland, Texas, undated
[five 3.5 x 4.5-inch black-and-white photographs]
Unidentified folders with no numbers or explanations
Box Folder
PP0587 1st-THP 1957 Ford Patrol car with equipment laid out and two Patrolmen standing by, undated
[8 x 10-inch]
none Loose photographs and folders
[7 count]

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