Name plaque in photograph says K. Thomas Call. Possibly K. Thomas Call, professional magician, who presented a program called The Wizard of Cause that was sponsored by Liberty Mutual Insurance Company. Also in photograph: Ray Morgan, O’Neill Gamble, M. J. Nichols, and J. C. Westbrook
Black and white photo fish tank and floral display
Black and white photo of boy’s baseball team posing with awards. Photo also found in the September 1968 issue of the Firestone News, which has the caption as follows: “Jimmy Dobbins (standing, center) received trophy honoring him as most outstanding player in Harold Mercer Little Tar Heel League for 1968 season. In photo (front, from left); Ted Warlick, Woody Lunsford, Danny Self, Ralph Rhyne, Wilson Foy, Jimmy Valintine, Scott Nesheim and (standing, from left); Robert McKenzie, Mike Johnson, Chris Giles, Harold Mercer (for whom league is named), Jimmy Dobbins, Randy Bridges, James Baker, Bruce Hopper, Phillip Cherry.”
Black and white photo of a young man dressed in knickers standing on a wooden pole bridge. Reverse: “Frankie White”.
Black and white photo of 3 cars at entrance to Camp Firestone
Black and white photo of a lake, with trees visible in the background
Black and white photo of trees and a lake, with a dock house in the background
Membership club for mill-sponsored athletic club
Color photograph of man and woman posed at Firestone outing at park
Black and white photo of man wearing a ball cap with an “F” and throwing a baseball. Likely first pitch of a baseball game. Name on reverse not legible.