- BASEBALL TEAM IN LEWISVILLE, ARKANSAS, ABOUT 1910. Players
include: Ben Wheat, Acey Drew, Subby Seller of Texarkana, Leigh (Red)
McClendon, Tom (Tobey) Tolson, and Walter (Lazy) McDonald. The Umpire is
Todd Whatley. Spectators in front include: Norman Hamilton; Bill,
Fannie, and Rowens Tolson; Susie King (child); Mrs. D. Todd (Lillie) Whatley;
Mrs. D. L. King; Mrs. J. Boyette; Robert L. Searcy and children Jack and
R. L.; Dr. Bright; and Joe Barham. In back are: Faye Walker, Mrs.
J. W. Velvin; Professor Bright, Austin Ward, B. Johnson, Mrs. Leigh (Susie)
McClendon, Lucy and Sadie DuBose, and Dr. Barham. Picture and identification
are from V. V. Tolson. Copy by Robert Walz.
- LOOKING SOUTHEAST ON SPRUCE STREET IN
LEWISVILLE, ARKANSAS, FEBRUARY 8, 1912. From left: Dr. O. T.
Barham's Drug Co.; H.C. Stewart and Son; Lafayette County (or Warren's)
Drug Store; P. D. Burton (and Copeland) General Merchandise; Lester and
Patton (facing South); and the depot. Picture is from Edwin Hurd. Copy
by Robert Walz.