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Photo Description
Submitter
Sewell & Gallaway Family Martin L. Sewell
Lawrence, Gladys & Jewell Snider Dewey Snider
John and Susie Anna Walthall Snider Dewey Snider
Averett, McClendon & Harden Family Geneva A. Cunningham
Tom and Jewell Turnipseed Thomas Allen Jones
Sam E. Lee & Ada Lee Martin Pat Foster King
Carolina Garland & Amzie N. Lee Pat Foster King
Confederate Army Article Pat Foster King
Picture of Ferdinand & Susana Lee Pat Foster King
Treasury Dept. Letter, February 12, 1926 Pat Foster King
Letter from Amzi Lee to son Sam part 1 Pat Foster King
Letter from Amzi Lee to son Sam part 2 Pat Foster King
Wilson Cemetery Land Deed Pat Foster King
Letter to Sam and Ada Lee Pat Foster King
Ferdinand Lee's Will, Lafayette Cty, AR Pat Foster King
Lee/Garland Bible Records, Lafayette Cty, AR Pat Foster King
Lewisville Highschool Seniors Pat Foster King
Isabel Lee & Clyde Foster Marriage Notice Pat Foster King
John Neely McKay, Sr.& Family Pat Foster King
Carolina Lee's Death Certificate Pat Foster King
Sam Lee's Marriage Affidavit Pat Foster King
Temperance Pledge Pat Foster King
Lenora Roton Oglesby - Calvin Sidney Oglesby Betty Hudgens
Myrtle Beatrice Adeline Wilson Oglesby and Wilborn Pinkham Oglesby Betty Hudgens
Berry Hastey Snider
Cowboy picture, taken around Farmersville, Texas
Betty Hudgens
Neacie Lenora Parker Snider and John Henry Snider, April 21, 1901 Betty Hudgens
Parkers in Mississippi at Reunion 1910 in Tupelo.
Children of Frances Caroline Walker Parker.
Betty Hudgens
Wilborn P. Oglesby, in front - Shown with Lafayette Co Road Crew and Equipment Betty Hudgens
Lehre Snider Betty Hudgens
Wilbon Pinkham Oglesby on the right and friend on left Betty Hudgens
Wilbon Pinkham Oglesby and friend ? Bradberry
At Oak Grove School, south of Stamps, AR, in Lafayette Co, c.1910
Betty Hudgens
Searcy Home in Lewisville, Ar. Robert Searcy
The home of Mr. & Mrs. R.L. Searcy (Willa Candler Searcy) Robert Searcy
A 1939 photo of Willa Candler Searcy and her Grandson Jack C. Searcy Jr. Robert Searcy
Family Clippings --
This includes local clippings of the Wedding of Jack C. Searcy and Dorothy Sanford Searcy.
They detail receptions held at the house now owned by Ann Davis-
Robert Searcy
A group photo taken in Garland that pictures members of the Searcy, Todd, & Candler families in addition to the local Rev. dated approx 1918? The names are listed at the bottom of the photo. Robert Searcy
Parks House - 1967 Ken Hensley
Lewisville Hotel 1913 Ken Hensley
Polks Arkansas Gazareer and Business Directory for 1913
first page
Ken Hensley
Polks Arkansas Gazareer and Business Directory for 1913
second page
Ken Hensley

Note: Many of the Walz Photo Collection have the names of people pictured.

Photo Discription
Submitter
Bradley.1
*Washday at Walnut Hill, Lafayette, Co., C. 1900
*Office of J. F. McKnight, MD., at Walnut Hill, C. 1907
Early Photographs of South Arkansas
from the Robert B. Walz Photo Collection
Bradley.2
*Hog killing, Walnut Hill; Early 1920's.
*Ox-Teams in 1911 on the J. G. Allen Farm, west of Bradley.
Early Photographs of South Arkansas
from the Robert B. Walz Photo Collection
Buckner.1
*The Frank Burns Family of Buckner, 1908
*Street crew at Buckner; 1910
Early Photographs of South Arkansas
from the Robert B. Walz Photo Collection
Buckner.2
*Downtown Buckner; March 1923
*Junior Boys Basketball Team, Buckner, 1933-1934
Early Photographs of South Arkansas
from the Robert B. Walz Photo Collection
Buckner.3
*Frank Clary and his plowing oxen, south of Buckner; 1938.
Early Photographs of South Arkansas
from the Robert B. Walz Photo Collection
Lewisville.1
*School at Old Lewisville, as the school appeared between 1877 - 1919.
*The Nat F. Ward House, Lewisville, 1890
Early Photographs of South Arkansas
from the Robert B. Walz Photo Collection
Lewisville.2
*A hayride in Lewisville; early 1900's.
*Riding a Railroad Speeder, Lewisville; 1904
Early Photographs of South Arkansas
from the Robert B. Walz Photo Collection
Lewisville.3
*Tom Thumb wedding on the east side of the courthouse,
Lewisville, C. 1904
*J. D. Booth's Ox-Teams, Lewisville; June 7, 1905.
Early Photographs of South Arkansas
from the Robert B. Walz Photo Collection
Lewisville.4
*A Sunday afternoon buggy ride, Lewisville; August 2, 1908.
*Raising a utility pole in the S. ARk, area; c. 1910
Early Photographs of South Arkansas
from the Robert B. Walz Photo Collection
Lewisville.5
*Baseball Team in Lewisville; about 1910.
*Looking SouthEast on Spruce St., Lewisville; February 8, 1912.
Early Photographs of South Arkansas
from the Robert B. Walz Photo Collection
Lewisville.6
*The First National Bank of Lewisville, AR, 1915
*Inside McClendon's Garage on Railroad Street, Lewisville, AR, in the 1920's.
Early Photographs of South Arkansas
from the Robert B. Walz Photo Collection
Lewisville.7
*Building a gym at Lewisville; 1933.
*Women of Lafayette, CO.
*Six rural Relief Clients and Government Mules, Lafayette, Co.;1933.
Early Photographs of South Arkansas
from the Robert B. Walz Photo Collection
Stamps.1
*EDD CLEVELAND OF LAFAYETTE COUNTY, ARKANSAS, c. 1908. This picture was made about three miles north of Stamps, and belongs to Charles Cleveland, a grandson of Edd's.
*HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES, STAMPS, ARKANSAS, 1910. From left: Jessie Landes, Mary Brown, Inez Shannon, and Grace Garrette. The picture belongs to Mary Luck, Jessie's daughter.
Early Photographs of South Arkansas
from the Robert B. Walz Photo Collection
Stamps.2
*THE Y.M.C.A. BASKETBALL TEAM AT STAMPS, ARKANSAS, 1911-1912. The picure belongs to Mary Luck, whose mother was Jessie Landes of Stamps.
*THE LEE A. PAYNE FAMILY OF STAMPS, ARKANSAS, 1912. Adults: Mr. and Mrs. L.A. (Lillie B. Carruthers) Payne. Children, from left: Milton Kelley, Chaddie Lee, and Adam Guthrie. Picture from Lennie Mae Payne.
Early Photographs of South Arkansas
from the Robert B. Walz Photo Collection
Stamps.3
*AN ELEMENTARY CLASS AT STAMPS, ARKANSAS, IN 1914. Miss Pearl Ford was the teacher. The picture belongs to Mrs. Briner Thomas.
*FOOTBALL TEAM , STAMPS HIGH SCHOOL, 1928.
Early Photographs of South Arkansas
from the Robert B. Walz Photo Collection
Stamps.4
*BAKER'S STORE, DEALING IN MERCHANDISE IN STAMPS AROUND 1900. Barrels were used extensively to ship products.
*BAKER DRUG STORE, c. 1920. At right are Dr. F. E. Baker and his nephew, Seth Baker, druggist. From Mrs. Seth (Marie) Baker.
Early Photographs of South Arkansas
from the Robert B. Walz Photo Collection
Stamps.5
*INSIDE THE BAKER DRUG, STAMPS, IN 1942. From left: D.O. Talbot, Henry Knoght, and Seth Baker.
*NEHI BOTTLING WORKS, STAMPS, ARKANSAS, EARLY 1930'S.
Early Photographs of South Arkansas
from the Robert B. Walz Photo Collection

Lafayette County Courthouse Canfield Baptist Assembly Church Camp
Old Jail on Courthouse Lawn Balaytown Baptisit Church and Cemetery
Dedications on Lafayette Courthouse Lawn Library dedication 1999
Conway Cemetery Historical Park Walnut Hill Cemetery
Bradley Park Dedications Ross Store on Hwy 29 S.
Wild Life Management Sign & Link Train crossing Red River 1950

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