A sepia-tone class photograph of thirty-five children. Printed in white on the right side of the photograph are the words "Ga Pringle/ 1934." In black ink on the bottom border are the words "My Friembs" [sic].
A 5.75'' x 7.75'' photograph on card board. The photograph is stamped "C. H. Cagle Photographer Nacogdoches, Tex." Shows a boy and a girl seated on a chair, a boy standing next to the chair, and a woman standing behind the three children.
A 5'' x 7'' photograph enclosed in a cardboard frame. "Rogers Photo Dallas" is on the bottom of the frame. "Mary White McCorkle. Widow of Jesse Watkins of Texas Revolutionary Fame" is written in pencil below the photo.
This is a black and white photograph of parsonage in 1912. There is a note accompanying it that says "Where I was born, W.N. McKenney, 8737 Bunningham, Houston, TX 77055. My father was Rev. S. Stephen McKenney."
This is a series of pictures taken while Mrs. Thomas made trips to Japan, South Korea, and Vietnam. She started in December of 1966 and ended in March of 1967. She takes pictures with soldiers and with Japanese men and women.