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Impressionante esta paisagem (L+F), tenha um feliz natal e um ótimo ano novo. Saudações cordiais do Brasil.

Do you have a color version of this photo? Would you allow me to use it?

Can anyone tell me anything about this building? It looks like a gas station.

Right beside the Federal Courthouse on the Texas side of the state line.

I remember this being Continental Telephone in the 1960's.

This was Nix Pharmacy in the 1960's. I had my first cherry coke from their Soda Fountain.

This was Piggley-Wiggley when my Grandma shopped here.

Xoniod1, I noticed that you stated your Dad is in this picture. I am from Rains County and I am putting together documentation of all of our classmates that we have lost from Rains High School. In doing this and the research that has gone along with it, I came across this picture. If you wouldn't mind sharing with me your Dad's name, I would love to share this picture with all of my Classmates as I am also doing a History of Page too. I am one of the Northcutt family members from Rains County and my personal email is or you can find me on Facebook under Cindy Gayle Northcutt Roberts-Thomas. Thank you and God Bless!

This man lived through a very turbulent period in American history. He participated in the Civil War. He saw the building of the Transcontinental Railroad and the Indian Wars and every American war up to WWII.

Joined Confederate Army at age 16. Was Captain in escort of Gen. John B. Magruder, Commandant District of Texas. Became Sheriff of Delta County in 1879. During 6 years as Sheriff, the jail was set on fire 25 times, but no prisoner escaped. He shot only one man. Broke up horse thief relay stations and rid county of cattle rustlers. An outstanding peace officer, he was also a model citizen who taught Sunday School.

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