Welcome to our
digital photograph archives resource guide. Our photograph
listings include hundreds of images that were taken during the
past ten years They consist of photographed events from
the Abilene and
surrounding area, as well as from photo trips.
Our archives also include a collection of historical
photographs and post cards from early Abilene, Abilene Army
Airfield and Camp Barkeley camp during WWII.
Our photographs have contributed to grant applications, brochures, fliers, posters,
publications and static displays. They have been utilized by
profit and nonprofit organizations. Most notable are the Bob
Bullock Museum special exhibit in Austin, TX; the Wyndham Garden
Hotel gallery, IH-35, Austin, TX, Bristol General Contractors in
New York for their special Camp Barkeley publication, Frontier Texas!
special exhibit, Mr. Jay Moore, Abilene historian, FOX
KXVA-Abilene, the Hispanic Heritage Display committee and other
projects that we have recieved request for from our collection.
photographs of the Abilene community are now included at the
photo grallery of the Communities of Abilene Federal Credit
Union, 3661 North 6th Streeet, Abilene, Texas.
Thank You for your visit. Enjoy your research.
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About Our Photograph Archives
Since 1999 we have
a diversity of community events in Abilene and the surrounding area and
have reported those activities on the HispanicAbilene.com web site. The
activities listed, for your research, are a reflection of those
Arroyo Catclaw Digital
The photographs were taken through amateur lenses that started
with a throwaway camera in 1999 and developed to a 10.0
megapixel camera of today.
The art of digital photography and video, such as the
iphones and ipads of today, are changing the way we see more of our world.
No matter the importance of your photographs, whether
it’s a backyard Bar-B-Que or a news breaking event, they are
part of our changing world and should be
documented and saved.