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    • Faye Rison & date

    • African Americans; Posing; Students; Evening gowns; Suits (Clothing); Balls (parties); Jewelry
    • E.J. Campbell students Faye Rison and unknown male posing on a couch before a school dance. She is wearing a white strapless dress with red accents. He is wearing a suit and tie.
    • Thomas Letters, October 20, 1919

    • Interpersonal relations; Universities & colleges; Students; Dating (Social custom); Balls (Parties); Rumor;
    • Letter from Albert Thomas to Lera Millard. Albert tells about a date he had with a girl named Adelaide Lovett, and debunks any rumors that they are together. He tells about the night where a bunch of the boys went out, then came back and stayed up...
    • Formal

    • African Americans; Couples; Young adults; Parties; Dating (Social custom); Tuxedoes; Dresses; Decorations; Interiors; Balls (Parties);
    • E.J. Campbell students pose for photo at a school dance with other students sitting in the background.
    • Faye Rison

    • African Americans; Evening gowns; Students; Dating (Social custom); Jewelry; Balls (parties)
    • E.J. Campbell student Faye Rison posing on a couch before a school dance. She is wearing a strapless white dress with red accents. She is wearing earrings, necklace and a bracelet.
    • Couple dancing

    • African Americans; Couples; Dating (Social custom); Tuxedoes; Young adults; Dresses; Dance; Balls (Parties)
    • Young unidentified couple dancing in formal attire with people sitting down at tables in the background of the photo.
    • Couple smiling

    • African Americans; Smiling; Tuxedoes; Dresses; Couples; Dating (Social custom); Decorations; Balls (Parties); Interiors;
    • Unidentified E.J. Campbell School students at a dance, dressed in formal clothing posing for a photo with several other students sitting at tables in the background.
    • Thomas Letters, April 1, 1917

    • Interpersonal relations; Universities & colleges; Dating (Social custom); Dance; Balls (Parties);
    • Letter from Albert Thomas to Lera Millard. Albert sexpresses how he doesn't think Lera cares much about him. He's still deciding whether or not to come home and telling reasons why. One reason not to is that Lera will be marching up and down the...
    • Thomas Letters, January 21, 1920

    • Interpersonal relations; Universities & colleges; Students; Examinations; Studying; Debutantes; Dating (Social custom); Invitations; Balls (Parties);
    • Letter from Albert Thomas to Lera Millard. Albert tells about the problems he has studying. He cannot stay focused. He hopes Lera has better luck with it so she can make the best grades. Albert was invited to another debutante dance. He does not...
    • Formal

    • African Americans; Couples; Dating (Social custom); Tuxedoes; Dresses; Young adults; Dance; Decorations; Laughter; Balls (Parties); Interiors;
    • Unidentified E.J. Campbell students posing for a photo and laughing at a school dance. Other young adults are sitting at tables in the background of the photo.
    • Rison & friend

    • African Americans; Dance; Smiling; Students; Balls (Parties)
    • E.J. Campbell students Faye Rison and unknown male at a dance in 1960. The students are wearing Hawaiian leis around their necks.
    • Faye Rison laughing

    • African Americans; Laughter; Dance; Balls (parties); Dating (Social custom); Jewelry; Evening gowns; Students
    • E.J. Campbell studens Faye Rison whispering to an unknown male at a dance. She is wearing a strapless white dress with earrings, ring, necklace, and bracelet. He is wearing a suite and tie. Both students appear to be laughing.
    • Thomas Letters, November 11, 1916

    • Interpersonal relations; Universities & colleges; Students; Studying; Balls (Parties); Parties; Parades & processions; Social life;
    • Letter from Albert Thomas to Lera Millard. Albert mentions that Lera had been sick when she wrote her last letter. Rice had a holiday on the day he is writing letter but he had spent most of the day studying. Tells Lera that he was able to go to...
    • Thomas Letters, April 27, 1919

    • Interpersonal relations; Courtship; Relations between the sexes; Universities & colleges; Balls (Parties);
    • Letter from Albert Thomas to Lera Millard. School is winding down for both Albert and Lera. Albert hopes that Lera will make it to Texas by early June so they can go to the final ball together.
    • Thomas Letters, May 4, 1917

    • Interpersonal relations; Universities & colleges; Students; Night; Balls (Parties); Dance; Bands; Music; Weather; Studying; Patriotism; Farming;
    • Letter from Albert Thomas to Lera Millard. Albert tells stories of what he's been doing the last few nights. He writes about his friend Cason, who can get out of hand. There is a dance for the boys who are going to the Training Camp the night...
    • Mar. 26, 1920

    • Interpersonal relations; Universities & colleges; Students; Sick persons; Travel; Balls (Parties);
    • Letter from Albert Thomas to Lera Millard. Lera was so ill that she went to the hospital. Albert didn't know her sickness was to that degree and regrets not writing her two times a day. If this letter didn't reach her in time, Albert thought to go...

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