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 Brothers/McIntyre Wedding Annoucement
Brothers/McIntyre Wedding Annoucement
Newspaper clipping announcing Brothers-McIntyre wedding that took place on 12 Feb 1921.

(Published in The Baylor County Banner on February 17, 1921) 
 
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 Clebert LeBlanc, Ben LeBleu, and Laurent Boudreaux
Clebert LeBlanc, Ben LeBleu, and Laurent Boudreaux
(PHOTO BELONGS TO CODY LEBLANC. DO NOT USE OUTSIDE OF THIS SITE WITHOUT PERMISSION FROM THE OWNER) 
 
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 Edward LeBleu - Son of Ben and Emma LeBleu
Edward LeBleu - Son of Ben and Emma LeBleu
(PHOTO BELONGS TO CODY LEBLANC. DO NOT USE OUTSIDE OF THIS SITE WITHOUT PERMISSION FROM THE OWNER) 
 
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 Golden Wedding Anniversary Is Observed Sunday
Golden Wedding Anniversary Is Observed Sunday
Published in The Bryan/College Station Eagle on August 8, 1956 
 
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 Helen Darlene Crow Chmielewski
Helen Darlene Crow Chmielewski
Obituary picture 
 
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 Imogene and John Crow in Hawaii
Imogene and John Crow in Hawaii
January 1979 
 
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 Imogene Evelyn Brothers Crow
Imogene Evelyn Brothers Crow
January 1988 in Rhode Island 
 
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 Lonnie Gordon Houston, Sybil Houston and Frank Harold Goodgion
Lonnie Gordon Houston, Sybil Houston and Frank Harold Goodgion
(PHOTO BELONGS TO CODY LEBLANC. DO NOT USE OUTSIDE OF THIS SITE WITHOUT PERMISSION FROM THE OWNER) 
 
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 Miss Ethel Mondrik Becomes Bride of Franklin Drgac
Miss Ethel Mondrik Becomes Bride of Franklin Drgac
Published in The Cameron Herald on September 9, 1937. 
 
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 Sisters Theresa, Adeline, and Marie LeBleu
Sisters Theresa, Adeline, and Marie LeBleu
(PHOTO BELONGS TO CODY LEBLANC. DO NOT USE OUTSIDE OF THIS SITE WITHOUT PERMISSION FROM THE OWNER) 
 
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 Sylvester Boudreaux with wife Louisa Clement and children Marie Lelia Boudreaux and Joseph Blaise Boudreaux
Sylvester Boudreaux with wife Louisa Clement and children Marie Lelia Boudreaux and Joseph Blaise Boudreaux
(PHOTO BELONGS TO CODY LEBLANC. DO NOT USE OUTSIDE OF THIS SITE WITHOUT PERMISSION FROM THE OWNER) 
 
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 Verlie, Sybil and Lonnie Houston
Verlie, Sybil and Lonnie Houston
(PHOTO BELONGS TO CODY LEBLANC. DO NOT USE OUTSIDE OF THIS SITE WITHOUT PERMISSION FROM THE OWNER) 
 
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 William Robert Gaddis
William Robert Gaddis
Obituary picture 
 
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'Prodigal Son' Returned Home By Rayne Officer
"Prodigal Son" Returned Home By Rayne Officer
Published in The Crowley Daily Signal on September 27, 1924 
 
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'Overton Gang' member escapes from Del Valle jail
'Overton Gang' member escapes from Del Valle jail
Published in The Austin American-Statesman on May 22, 1989 
 
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004772975_00361.jpg
 
 
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1850 U.S. Selected Federal Census Non-Population Schedule - James Crow
1850 U.S. Selected Federal Census Non-Population Schedule - James Crow
Name: Jim Crow
Enumeration Date: 18 Sep 1850
Place: District 5, Tipton, Tennessee, USA
Schedule Type: Agriculture 
 
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1850 United States Census - District No. 5, Tipton County, Tennessee - 21 Sept 1850
1850 United States Census - District No. 5, Tipton County, Tennessee - 21 Sept 1850
1850 Census page, contains the family of James Crow, family #358.

Family Includes: James Crow (39), Hester Crow (32), John T. Crow (12), Mary J. Crow (7), James L. Crow (2), Margaret Stuckey (19), and Mary James (61). 
 
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1860 U.S. Selected Federal Census Non-Population Schedule - James Crow
1860 U.S. Selected Federal Census Non-Population Schedule - James Crow
Name: Jas Crow
Enumeration Date: 1860
Place: Tipton, Tennessee, USA
Schedule Type: Agriculture 
 
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1860 United States Census - District No. 5, Tipton County, Tennessee - 23 July 1860
1860 United States Census - District No. 5, Tipton County, Tennessee - 23 July 1860
1860 Census page, contains the family of James Crow, family #63.

Family includes: James Crow (48), Hester Crow (40), John T. Crow (22), Calafornia Crow (16), James L. Crow (12), America S. Crow (7), and E. T. M. Crow (3). 
 
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1870 United States Census - District No. 10, Dyer County, Tennessee - 10 August 1870
1870 United States Census - District No. 10, Dyer County, Tennessee - 10 August 1870
1870 Census page, contains the Cross family, family #42.

Family includes: Augustis Cross (25), America Cross (18), Calvin Cross (20), Martha Cross (18), and William Cross (15). 
 
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1870 United States Census - District No. 10, Dyer County, Tennessee - 13 Aug 1870
1870 United States Census - District No. 10, Dyer County, Tennessee - 13 Aug 1870
1870 Census page, contains the family of John Thomas "J.T." Crow, family #56.

Family includes: John Crow (32), Veny Crow (28), Ester Crow (11), John Crow (4), Emma Crow (2).  
 
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1880 United States Census - Bradshaw, Clay County, Arkansas - 21 Jun 1880
1880 United States Census - Bradshaw, Clay County, Arkansas - 21 Jun 1880
1880 Census page, contains the family of James L. Crow, family #268.

Family Includes: James L. Crow (32), Miranda Crow (20), Hester Crow (60), Elijah Cross (9) 
 
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1880 United States Census - Poland, Greene County, Arkansas - 21 Jun 1880
1880 United States Census - Poland, Greene County, Arkansas - 21 Jun 1880
1880 Census page, contains the family of John Thomas "J.T." Crow, family #289.

Family includes: J.T. Crow (42), Calpernia (39), Anna Crow (20), John Crow (14), Emma Crow (12), James Crow (5). 
 
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1900 Houston Family of Sarepta, Louisiana
1900 Houston Family of Sarepta, Louisiana
Taken at the home of Lazarus and Fannie Houston in Sarepta, Louisiana. 
 
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1920 Lazarus and Fannie Houston Family
1920 Lazarus and Fannie Houston Family
First row: Fannie Elizabeth Houston, Newell Osteen Pugh, Earl Lafayette Houston, Lester Ennis Houston, Elezebeth Houston, Frances Nevel Houston, Ottis G. Houston, Frances Houston, Vernia Margaret Pugh, Margaret Elsie Houston, Stephen Bannerman Pugh Jr.

Middle Row: Lilly Ruth Houston, Artie Braswell Houston, Van Lazarus Houston, Dr. William Martin Houston, Frances Viola Campbell Houston, Ruth Evelyn Houston, Lazarus Lafayette "Lat" Houston, Mary Eleanor Houston, Frances Eloise "Smokie" Houston

Back Row: Lonnie Nevel Houston, Cora Dance Houston, Isaac Newton Houston, Hattie Hollis Houston, Vester Edgar Houston, Grace Houston Pugh, Lucille Houston Maurer, Fannie Lou Houston, Gilbert Orren Houston, Ada Verlie Houston, Sybil Garnett Houston, William Aubrey Houston, Lonnie Gordon Houston 
 
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1920 Unity of the Brethren of Caldwell Summer School
1920 Unity of the Brethren of Caldwell Summer School
Row 4 - Marie Michalik (Taylor), John Skrabanek (New Tabor), Olga Luksa-Jez (Cooks Point), Walter Hegar (West), Kornelia Marek-Polasek (Dime Box), John E. Stefka (New Tabor), Alice Hruska-Fojt (Wesley), Adolph Horak (West). Row 3 - Robert Fojt (Snook), Milady Prazak (Caldwell), Louise Schovajsa-Hruska (Shiner), Mary Maresh-Siptak (New Tabor), Lydia Drgac (Cooks Point), Libbie Sebesta (Snook), Clara Marek (Temple), Amalie Rubac-Cernosek (Snook), Albina Surovik-Krupala (Bellville), Frank Luksa (Snook). Row 2 - Fannie Kamas (Wesley), Rev. Hegar, Mrs. Katherine Horak, Rev. Frank Horak, Sr., Milady Mrnustik (New Tabor), John H. Surovik (New Tabor), Lillian Marek (Ocker). Front Row - Edwin Jancik (Caldwell), John Mrnustik (New Tabor), John Stehlik (Ennis), Joseph Schovajsa (Ennis) 
 
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1922 Leon High School Class Reunion
1922 Leon High School Class Reunion
Published in The Tallahassee Democrat on May 21, 1972 
 
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1929 Ebarb High School Basketball Team
1929 Ebarb High School Basketball Team
The Ebarb High School basketball team in 1929 is shown with principal Rupert Law Lucius. Sports as well as academics have always played an important part of life around Ebarb. Pictured from left to right are Wilson Leone, George Weathy, William Crnkovic, Rudolph Crnkovic, John W. Emanus, and Loran Ebarb. Loran later became a teacher and principal at Ebarb where he was to spend 30 years of his professional life. (Courtesy of John C. and Carla Ebarb.) 
 
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1934 Cotton Valley High School Basketball Team
1934 Cotton Valley High School Basketball Team
Published on March 8, 1934 
 
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1939 Boys Activity Book - James Joseph Paul Daigle
1939 Boys Activity Book - James Joseph Paul Daigle
1939 Boys Activity Book, James Daigle as an SLI Freshman when all Freshmen heads were shaved in comaraderie. 
 
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1946 Rayne Lions Club Frog Derby
1946 Rayne Lions Club Frog Derby
This bevy of Frog Derby beauties with their frogs were some of the contestants of the 1946 Rayne Lions Club Frog Derby held at the Rice Festival in Crowley. The frog jockeys would jump their frog, and whoever's frog jumped the farthest would be crowned Frog Derby Queen. This tradition was continued into the first Rayne Frog Festival held in 1973. The Frog Derby was a major factor in the success of the festival. Shown from left to right are Ethylene Comeaux, Geraldine Kennedy Gueno (who was later crowned Frog Derby Queen), Janell Plattsmier Domingue, Joyce Zaunbrecher Faulk, Kathleen McBride Leleux, Betty Babineaux Kennedy, and Alberta Broussard Gossen. (Courtesy of David "Pete" Babineaux.)

(Published in "Rayne's People and Places" By Tony Olinger, Cheryl Richard McCarty) 
 
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1951 Fair Park High School String Orchestra
1951 Fair Park High School String Orchestra
Shreveport, Caddo Parish, Louisiana, United States

Esther Houston played the bass. Here in an excerpt from the yearbook: "The Fair Park String Orchestra has completed its second year. Each of its forty-seven members was chosen to play in the All-State Orchestra which performed at the meeting of the Louisiana Teachers' Association in Monroe. First and second year students are pictured here." Director was Carl Tolbert. 
 
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1954 TJHS Junior Red Cross Workers
1954 TJHS Junior Red Cross Workers
Showing the furniture which they made for a Red Cross project are Jerry Caldwell, James Ferguson, Jerry Hatfield. This furniture will be used in veterans hospitals.

(Published in the 1954 Thomas Jefferson High School Yearbook of Port Arthur, Texas) 
 
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1956_00044658.PDF
1956_00044658.PDF
 
 
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1957 Junior Class Favorites - Linda Sebesta and Larry Maresh
1957 Junior Class Favorites - Linda Sebesta and Larry Maresh
Published in the 1957 Caldwell High School Yearbook 
 
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1957 TJHS Olympian Slaves
1957 TJHS Olympian Slaves
The Olympian Slaves - First row, left to right: Hatfield, Hickey, Jones, Lawson, Parker, Shrout, Albert. Second row: Denton, Summerlin, Stevenson, Meyrs, Ashley.

(Published in the 1957 Thomas Jefferson High School Yearbook of Port Arthur, Texas) 
 
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1958 TJHS Band Majorettes
1958 TJHS Band Majorettes
Big rounds of applause go out to these hard working girls who conquer the art of twirling and fancy stepping. Here we see the smiling faces of Beth Majors, Judy Hatfield, Barbara Myers, Shirley Simpson, and Shirley Logan. At each game or pep rally you could always count on the majorettes to give a spectacular performance. Wow!

(Published in the 1958 Thomas Jefferson High School Yearbook of Port Arthur, Texas) 
 
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1958 TJHS Band Majorettes
1958 TJHS Band Majorettes
Many of TJ's fans might very very well go to the games just to see pretty Band majorettes.

Shirley Logan, Shirley Simpson, Barbara Meyers, Judy Hatfield, and Beth Majors.

(Published in the 1958 Thomas Jefferson High School Yearbook of Port Arthur, Texas) 
 
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1958 TJHS J.C.L. Pompeian Clan
1958 TJHS J.C.L. Pompeian Clan
The Pompeian Clan consists of, first row: M. McMillan, M. Proft, L. Baker, M. Stranahan, J. Hatfield. Second row: J. A. Potter, L. Ulbrich, S. Pardue, F. Ronshausen, G. Jordan. Third row: R. Iverson, J. Bright, E. Hurwitz, B. Payne, T. Wilton, J. Peck

(Published in the 1958 Thomas Jefferson High School Yearbook of Port Arthur, Texas) 
 
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1958 TJHS Junior Homeroom Cabinet Members
1958 TJHS Junior Homeroom Cabinet Members
Cabinet members are: Pat Lynd, Linda Vizuette, Frances LEtulle, Dora Daigle, Rochelle Rockwell, Judy Hatfield, Douglas Lee, Dewanna Wriborg, Lucy Baker, Patty Mitchell, Frances Ronshauson, Glada Walker, and Bonnie Reddick.

(Published in the 1958 Thomas Jefferson High School Yearbook of Port Arthur, Texas) 
 
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1959 TJHS Band Officers
1959 TJHS Band Officers
Fulfilling the official duties of their present positions are officers: FIRST ROW: B. Gralino, M. Scott, F. Bright. SECOND ROW: J. Peck, J. Hatfield, B. Myers, M. Trahan. THIRD ROW: J. Bright, M. Wall, F. Ronhausen, L. Baker, K. Reid.

(Published in the 1959 Thomas Jefferson High School Yearbook of Port Arthur, Texas) 
 
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1959 TJHS Majorettes, Drum Major and Color Guards
1959 TJHS Majorettes, Drum Major and Color Guards

Adding color and beauty to all band activities are: majorettes, Judy Hatfield, Gloria Redfearn, Judy Methvin, Barbara Myers; drum major Francis Ronhausen, and color guards, Peggy Rose, Martha Laird, Beverly Jackson, and Dewana Wriborg.

(Published in the 1959 Thomas Jefferson High School Yearbook of Port Arthur, Texas) 
 
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1965 Midland High School Spanish Honor Society
1965 Midland High School Spanish Honor Society
1965 Midland High School Yearbook Photo
Midland, Texas, USA

OFFICERS, (Left to right) Kathy Camp, historian; Sharon Bills, president; Susan Jarrett, secretary-treasurer; Norma Pavlovic, first vice-president; Beverly Baker, second vice-president 
 
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1973 Ramanda Inn in Tennessee - Beverly Greer and friend Kathy Gentry
1973 Ramanda Inn in Tennessee - Beverly Greer and friend Kathy Gentry
(PHOTO BELONGS TO CODY LEBLANC. DO NOT USE OUTSIDE OF THIS SITE WITHOUT PERMISSION FROM THE OWNER) 
 
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