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    Eula McDuff Collection

     

    Summary: Donor gave a photograph of the Fort Worth Confederate Grays on the steps of the Courthouse, circa 1909. There is some disagreement over whether this is a photograph of the Confederate Grays or if it is a precision drill team organized after the successful parade for Theodore Roosevelt when he visited Fort Worth on April 8, 1905.

    Photograph

    • Four copy prints and two negatives of the Fort Worth Confederate Grays, photo by Carter, 8 by 10 inches, black and white, circa 1909 (image shown)
    Fort Worth Confederate Grays, circa 1909

    Pictured: Fort Worth Confederate Grays, circa 1909

     

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