Thomas and Willie Bartlett Family Photographs
This is a collection of photographs of Thomas and Willie Broyles Bartlett and their children.
|1||Thomas Anthony of Malakoff, around 1910, age 30|
|2||Thomas Anthony Bartlett, c 1900|
|3||T.A. Bartlett of Malakoff, Texas, c. 1930|
Local merchant, brick plant manager, cotton grower and civic leader. Founding member of the Malakoff Lions Club, a Mason and member of Kora Shrine Temple.
|4||Momma and her daughters at Mineral Wells, Texas|
Around 1915, Mrs. Bartlett took her four daughters on vacation to Mineral Wells, a natural springs west of Ft. Worth. From left to right, Theora, Theressa, Theretta and Therma.
|5||Thomas and Willie Bartlett |
Standing in front of their house in Malakoff, Texas in 1947
|6||Theretta Lena Bartlett, age c. 12|
Theretta was born and raised in Malakoff, Henderson Co., Texas. When she was about 10 years old, her eldest sister, Theora, began Baylor College for Women in Belton, Texas. Mrs. Bartlett moved to Belton with her four daughters, in order to be near Theora. When Theora eloped with John Ray Guinn in 1920, Mrs. Bartlett returned to Malakoff with…
|7||Theressa Artie Bartlett at Baylor College about 1925|
|8||Therell Anthony Bartlett|
|9||Theretta Bartlett, President of the Junior Class at Baylor College|
This photo, taken around 1928 is one of the last taken during her college years. Due to the Stock Market Crash of 1929, she decided not to return for her senior year. Theretta remained at home in Malakoff, with her parents and younger sister, Therma, until her marriage to Robert H. Pickel in 1933.
|10||Therma at SMU|
While she only attended Southern Methodist University in Dallas for one year, Therma was active socially and pleadge Pi Beta Phi sorority.
|13||Small town girl, but in style...|
During the time she lived at home in the early 1930's Theretta and her sister Therma often made trips to Dallas for shopping. The Depression had hit her father very hard and the family was not as affluent as it had been, but Theretta managed to live a good life for a young woman of that time.
|Linked to||BARTLETT, Thomas Anthony, BROYLES, Willie Erasmus|