William Sydney Porter as young man in Austin
Porter worked in a cigar store inside the Driskill Hotel around 1884-1885.
Porter sang in the choir and St. David's Episcopal Church
It is believed Porter met his future wife, Athol Estes at the laying of the Texas State Capitol cornerstone in 1885.
The Porter family in the early 1890s - Athol, Margaret and William.
The Texas General Land Office Building where O. Henry worked as a draftsman from 1887-1891.
The Lundberg Bakery was a favorite stopping place for Porter as he passed it to and from work while employed at the General Land Office Building.
Porter in his thirties.
William, Athol and Margaret lived in this house in Austin around 1895-1896. It is now the O.Henry Museum.
The Old Federal Courthouse (now O. Henry Hall) where Porter was tried and convicted of embezzlement in 1898.
Porter in 1909.