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 Resource Type: Photograph
 Decade: 1920-1929
 Collection: Fort Bend Museum Collection
[3rd Street, Rosenberg, after ice storm. "Main Street" written on photo.]
Copy of photo of 3rd Street, Rosenberg, after ice storm. Taken from railroad crossing (foreground). Brick building on left side of street is marked, "Admiration Coffee;" building at right is "Meyer-Forster Land and Loan Co." Photo is labeled by photographer, "Main Street Covered with Ice, Rosenberg, Tex. Dec. 20, 42." texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth760/
[African-American cowboys branding calves at John Moore Ranch]
Photograph of African American cowboys branding calves at John Moore Ranch, ca. 1920. Men are identified on back, left to right, as Joe Foster, Frank Johnson, Judge Mason, Mathina Harris. Johnson is holding branding iron, Mason is holding down calf. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth2054/
[African-American cowboys branding calves, calf still steaming from branding]
Photograph of African-American cowboys branding calves. Cows in foreground. Three African-American cowboys have a calf down, still steaming from branding. Pen fence in background. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth2053/
[Argil Czigan.]
Photograph of Argil Czigan (identified on back of photo in ink) taken in 1924. Czigan is standing next to a brick and cement rail to steps of a wooden house (in background). Czigan, who has dark hair, is wearing dark colored short pants and stocking, white shirt, dark tie. He is holding his jacket in his left hat. His right hand is down in front of him resting on his right thigh. Shrubs on right and a the top of a wooden building can be seen in top left corner. Stamped in back: Gregg "Houston's Kodak Finisher'" texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1578/
[An automobile titled "A '490'"]
Photograph of an automobile titled "A '490'" . A man (wearing slacks, light shirt, dark vest, and hat) and a baby (wearing a white long-sleeved gown) holding on to the steering wheel are seated in the front seat of the car. A young man (wearing white) is seated in the back seat of the car. Street in background. Top of tree can be seen over the top of the automobile. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1511/
[Automobile underneath Palace of Sweets sign]
Copy of photograph of automobile underneath Palace of Sweets sign, covered with ice, Rosenberg. Photo is labeled on front by photographer, "Ice covered car at Rosenberg, Tex., Dec. 20, 24." Identified on back of 4 x 6 as Mr. H.E. Boring Sr.'s Candy Shop. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth750/
[Automobiles lined up at opening ceremonies of the Brazos River Bridge]
Photograph of the opening ceremonies of the Brazos River Bridge, Richmond, Texas. Photo shows the back of five automobiles. Large trees in background. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth629/
[Automobiles on the Richmond Ferry across the Brazos River]
Photographic copy of the "FERRY, RICHMOND, 1922" as type-written across the top of the photograph. The Richmond Ferry crosses the Brazos River at Richmond, Texas. Four automobiles can be seen parked on the ferry. Man on left of ferry is sitting on the rail. One woman is seated in front car and a man is leaning inside of the car window. Another man is standing near post on far right of ferry. Railroad bridge in background. Scanned image is of the copy. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1275/
[Brazos River Bridge opening ceremonies celebration. Large group of people standing under bridge.]
Photograph of the Brazos River Bridge opening ceremonies celebration in Richmond, Texas. Bridge partially seen at top of photo. Blurred image of man on far left of photo. Large group of people standing under bridge. Photo has black design around photo. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth630/
[Brick two story building with iced-over awning]
Copy of photo of brick two story building with iced-over awning. Photo is labeled on front, "Ice Crash, Pickard & Huggins, Rosenberg, Tex, Dec. 20, 24." Meyer Forster Land and Loan building, 3rd. Street, Rosenberg. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth762/
[Carl Czigan (as identified on back in ink) taken in 1924.]
Photograph of Carl Czigan (as identified on back in ink) taken in 1924. Czigan is wearing dark short pants with dark stockings, white shirt, dark tie, and holding a dark hat with his left hand. His right hand is being him slightly. He is standing next to a white round column which supports a brick arched pavilion that leads to a brick building (on left). A picnic table can be seen on the cement of the pavilion (in center of photograph). Stamped in back: Gregg "Houston's Kodak Finisher'". texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1579/
[Catholic Church (Holy Rosary) in Rosenberg]
Copy of photo of first Catholic Church (Holy Rosary) in Rosenberg after it was burned in a fire, ca. 1923. The church was constructed in 1911 (facing George St.?). It was replaced with a brick structure in 1925. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth746/
[Cattle in a pen]
Photograph of cattle in Pen. Probably taken at John Moore Ranch the same day at 200.003.002 & 003. Corner of pen in background. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth2052/
[Celebration of the Brazos River Bridge opening ceremony. People holding dark umbrellas.]
Photograph from the celebration of the Brazos River Bridge opening ceremonies in Richmond, Texas. Many people are standing to the right of the bridge. A large tree is on the right side of the photo. People with dark umbrellas are walking on the far left of photo. Bridge on left of photo. Photograph has a black design bordering it. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth631/
[Celebration of the opening of the Brazos River Bridge. Food preparation.]
Photograph during the celebration of the opening of the Brazos River Bridge in Richmond, Texas. Photograph shows three men preparing food for the celebration. Two of the men are wearing aprons. People can be seen in background. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth627/
[Celebration of the opening of the Brazos River Bridge. Large group of people with automobiles.]
Photograph during the celebration of the opening of the Brazos River Bridge in Richmond, Texas. Photograph shows large group of people with automobiles in background. Woman wearing plaid dress and hat with bows on far right, corner. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth626/
[Children on scooters and bicycles at Mary Dee and August Myers' home]
Photographic print of children at Mary Dee and August Myers home in Booth, TX. Children are identified as Mary Jones, Dot Myers, Mary Ann Myers (back to front). Mamie George is on porch. Child in foreground is on a scooter. Her left leg is on the scooter frame and her right leg is on the sidewalk. Child behind her is riding a tricycle. A tricycle (with no rider) is near front porch steps. Mamie is sitting in a porch swing. Photo has black trim around perimeter of the picture. Purple stamp on back of photo reads: Guaranteed for Life This is a Genuine (sic) Border Fox Tone Picture Made by Fox Company, San Antonio, Texas Trade Mark Protected. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1854/
[Children standing around a child in a wagon at Mary Dee and August Myers home]
Photographic print of children at Mary Dee and August Myers home in Booth, TX. Children are identified as Mary Jones, Wyatt Myers (baby), Dot Myers, Mary Ann Myers. Wyatt is sitting in a wooden wagon and Mary is standing behind her. The two other children are standing back to back to the right of the photograph. White picket fence in background. Pine tree in back corner of the yard. Photograph has a black trim around the perimeter of the picture. Purple stamp on back of photo reads: Guaranteed for Life This is a Genuine (sic) Border Fox Tone Picture Made by Fox Company, San Antonio, Texas Trade Mark Protected. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1855/
[The construction of the Brazos River Bridge.]
Photograph of the construction of the Brazos River Bridge in its final phase. Crane has steel beam for final span of bridge suspended above the top of the bridge. Railroad bridge in background. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth458/
[Construction of the Brazos River Bridge. Bridge is halfway across the river.]
Photograph of the construction of the Brazos River Bridge at Richmond, Texas in 1922. Photograph taken looking at bridge from opposite bank. Buildings seen to far left of photo. Cement structure on far right. The photograph is torn on the right, bottom corner and along the left edge. Creased in many areas. Has red spots across bottom. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth433/
[The construction of the Brazos River Bridge in final phase.]
Photograph of the construction of the Brazos River Bridge in final phase. Crane is holding steel beam suspended above its resting area. Railroad bridge in background. In bottom right corner, bow of small wooden boat. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth454/
Construction of the Brazos River Bridge in Richmond, Texas.
Photograph of the construction of the Brazos River Bridge in Richmond, Texas. Crane is lowering a steel beam at top of bridge. River bank in far left corner. Standpipe in background. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth456/
[Dreibroat Dance Band]
Photograph (copy) of the Dreibroat Dance Band standing in front of the old Holy Rosary Rectory on Sixth Street. Men are identified as left to right, first row: Joe Herslscher, Gus Dreibroat (band leader), Vince Nesvadba, John Nesvadba. Second row: Bill Nesvadba, Arnold Dusek, Thomas Sicinski, Henry Sicinski, Leo Albright. Circa: late 1920's. Man in first row left is wearing sunglasses and has drum and drumsticks. Man on left, back row, has large drum. First row is standing on street, second row is standing on the curb. Scanned image is of the copy. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1236/
[Early construction of the Brazos River Bridge in Richmond, Texas.]
Photograph of the construction of the Brazos River Bridge in Richmond, Texas. A crane is to the left of photo. One man standing on a cable to the right of the photo. Two men are sitting in the foreground (right). Top of a tree in the right corner. The railroad bridge is in the background. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth460/
[Ed Winston's home in Richmond, Texas]
Photograph of the Ed Winston home in Richmond, Texas as identified on back of photograph in black ink. Also in pencil: "now Winston Terrace. {Ed Winston Home} replaced by later home now 1000 Winston Drive, Mrs. Wells (Mary ?) Winston Bailey. Snow is on the ground foreground. Fence-line and pasture in foreground, also. The two-story white home is in the background. Photo is bordered by a black design. Stamped in purple on back of photograph: This is a Genuine Border Fox Tone Picture Fox Company, San Antonio, Texas. Copyright 1923 by Carl ?. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth610/
[A father with his son]
Photograph (copy) of a father with his son. The father is wearing dark pants, dark vest and tie, white shirt, and dark hat. The little boy, who is holding on to two rings on swing equipment, is wearing a jumper with dark shirt and a knit cap. The surrounding houses are owned by Sugar Land Industries. The photograph was taken in 1920 or 21. Scanned image is of the copy. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1320/
[The ferry (with two automobiles on it) crossing the Brazos River.]
Photograph of the ferry (with two automobiles on it) crossing the Brazos River at Richmond, Texas. Far left corner is small area of the river bank. To the left is a bridge under construction. Photo has a tear at the top, right corner. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth452/
[The final construction phase of the Brazos River Bridge.]
Photograph of the final construction phase of the Brazos River Bridge in Richmond, Texas. The final span is being placed on the bridge by the crane. Steel beam can be seen suspended (at a height half the total height of bridge). Railroad bridge in background. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth459/
[First Grade class of 1929 from Robert E. Lee School]
Photograph (copy) of the First Grade class of 1929 from the Robert E. Lee School, in Rosenberg, Texas. Chalkboard sign in front of group reads: " Robert E. Lee School First Grade May 16, 1929. Miss Foerster. The teacher is standing in the back, center of group. She is wearing a light colored short sleeved dress. She has short dark hair, parted on the side. A brick building is in the background. Scanned image is of the copy. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1237/
["Flood Near Sugarland (1922)"]
Photograph of "Flood Near Sugar Land (1922)" as written at the bottom of the photograph. Flooded pasture. Buildings and scattered trees in background. Wire fence in foreground. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1589/
["A flood scene in May 1922. Rosenberg."]
Photograph of "A flood scene in May 1922. Rosenberg." as written on the top/bottom of the photograph. The bridge is in the background. Grass is visible on either bank to the left and right. Tops of grass in foreground of photograph. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1593/
[A flooded area. A utility pole in a grassy spot on the far left.]
Photograph of a flooded area. A utility pole in a grassy spot on the far left. A wooden post is floating in the water in bottom right corner. Top/bottom of photograph reads: A flood scene near Rosenberg (May 1922). texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1592/
[A flooded road.]
Photograph of a flooded road. Top/Bottom of photograph reads: ON TO ROSENBERG! A ROAD (MAY 1922). The road (center of photograph) has white caps of water going over it. Ditches on either side are filled with water, also. Utility poles line the right side of the road. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1591/
[Four people standing near the banks of the flooded Brazos River.]
Photograph of four people standing near the banks of the flooded Brazos River at Rosenberg, Texas in May of 1922. The four people are identified as Lee Roy Moers, Carl Czigan, Argil Czigan, and Mrs. W. C. Czigan. The boys are wearing white shirts with short pants. Mrs. Czigan is wearing a white dress with a sweater and she has her dark hair pulled up into a bun. There is a wooden structure (pier?) on the left of photograph. River bridge in center background. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1508/
[Four women and two men walking down the steps of a house.]
Photograph of four women and two men walking down the steps of a house. Women are all carrying bouquets. Identified on back in blue ink, "Wedding of Josephine Pettus (front) and Ashley Rich (tall man on bottom step) at the T.B. Wessendorff home" [in Richmond]. Jennetta Wessendorff is woman with her back to the post at the top of the stairs. Image is mounted to a gray matte embossed with borders of flowers (1.2 cm wide) and vines (0.4 cm wide). texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth388/
[Fourth Grade class at Robert E. Lee Elementary School]
Photograph (copy) of the Fourth Grade class at Robert E. Lee Elementary School in 1929. Row of 6 girls seated in front, second row of twelve boys and girls; third row has thirteen students and the teacher on the far right. Chalkboard in front of group reads: Robert E. Lee School 4A May 16, 1929 Miss Williams (Teacher). Students are partially identified as: First row: Pauline (Dolly) Jurica, Jessie Lee ?, LaVonne Moers, Alvina Talasek, Mary Hruzek, ? . Second row: Sylvan Turicchi, Lody Valenta, Arnold (?) Brown, Leldon Beard, Marvin Albrecht, Ernest Rose, ?, Gladys Kovar, ? , Maidie Yates, Birdie ?, Louis Lippman. Third row: ? , Jerry Cisneros, Vernon Aldredge, Herbert Robinowitz, Eugene Allison, Tom Marshall, ?, ?, ?, Otto Dusek, Marvin Hairgrove, H. L. Peak, Clifford Simpson, and teacher Miss Williams. Scanned image is of the copy. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1145/
[Framed picture of Ku Klux Klan Initiation near Richmond, TX, Sept. 4, 1922.]
Photograph of Ku Klux Klan Initiation near Richmond, TX, Sept. 4, 1922. Large gathering of men in white Klan robes and hoods, plus men in street clothes. At center of the picture is a circle of men taking an oath (presumably of initiation), with their left hands over their hearts and right hand in the air. There is a large wooden cross at the center of the initiation circle with an American flag on top. Photo is labeled, "INITIATION NEAR RICHMOND, Tex., Sept. 4th 1922, PHOTO BY A. KLUCKER" Image is framed by a tan map with brown border around picture. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth375/
[A group of Moers standing in front of a building.]
Photograph of a group of people standing in front of a building. The people are identified on the back of the photograph as: C. A. Moers, Marie Moers, Raymond Moers, and Agusta Moers. C. A. Moers, on far left, is standing behind the group with is back to the camera (profile). Marie is wearing her dark coat over her dark dress and white pearls around her neck. Raymond is wearing a sweater over white shirt and dark tie, Agusta is wearing a dark dress with pearls. Palm fronds in foreground. Exterior wall of building with wooden window frames and brick trim in background. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1546/
[Hilmar Moore as a toddler]
Photograph of Hilmar Moore as a toddler, 1922. Moore has dark, curly hair and is wearing a light colored jumper with round white collar, white sleeve cuffs, white front placket. He is seated on a footstool. Photographer's mark at lower right of image, "C. Fullerton 1922." texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth2044/
[Holy Rosary Catholic Church]
Copy of photo of Holy Rosary Catholic Church, taken from rear along George St.. Church is nearing completion, has ladder leaned up against side of building. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth748/
[Holy Rosary Catholic Church]
Copy of photograph of Holy Rosary Catholic Church, taken near end of construction in 1925. Taken from George Street, showing front face of building. Priest at the time of construction was Father James Kveton. Building cost $12,000 and seated 250. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth747/
[The initial construction of the Brazos River Bridge.]
Photograph of the initial construction of the Brazos River Bridge. Three men on a crane, One man on cement structure (right) and one man standing on steel beams of bridge (left) Bottom left of photo is the river bank. Bottom right shows the river. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth434/
[Interior of Jones and Hinson Grocery Store, Richmond.]
Photograph of interior of Jones and Hinson Grocery Store, Richmond. Men are identified (l-r) on the back of the photo as R.E.L. Wessendorff, Joe Jones, Ike Bryan, W.H. Hinson. There is a display of fresh vegetables at the center foreground. Canned goods are on the left, bulk goods in bins to the right. Calendar over vegetables is dated 1922. Image is mounted on a gray cardboard matte with 3 decorative dark gray borders around image. Image dimensions: 17.8 cm13.3 cm (7" x 5") texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth380/
[Interior of the Charles Seydler's Grocery]
Photograph (copy) of the interior of the Charles Seydler's Grocery located in the middle of the 900 block of Third Street in Rosenberg, Texas. Behind the counter on left is Phillip Brandt; behind counter on right is Charles Seydler, owner of the store. Cans and other goods can be stacked neatly on shelves to the right and left of photo. Canisters, boxes and sacks are leaning against the left counter. Boxes are also stacked on the left counter top. More boxes stacked just to the left of the center of the photo. Scanned image is of the copy. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1186/
[The interior of the Post Office Grocery.]
Photograph (copy) of the interior of the Post Office Grocery. Standing in the store are five men identified from left to right as: Ben Garcia, Frank Walenta, E. W. Luksa, Sam Epstein, Vince Nesvadba. Wooden shelves can be seen on the left wall with bins of items toward bottom. A table of goods sits on the left with baskets of produce in front of it. A sack of flour is on the floor in the far left corner of photo. The back of the store has a sign that reads: Post Office Cash Grocery. A counter with a scale in the middle is also on the back area. To the right are more shelves with stacked cans of goods. A glass counter with candies is to the bottom right corner of photograph. Scanned image is of the copy. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1455/
[J. T. Brewer leaning on a stack of wooden boxes]
Photograph (copy) of J. T. Brewer leaning on a stack of wooden boxes (to right of photo.) Brewer is wearing light colored pants with dark belt, light shirt and hat. Four stacks of soda bottles in cases from center to left of photo. A boy is standing behind the rows of cases. Most of the wooden cases have Rosenberg, Texas stamped on them. Circa. 1920's. Scanned image is of the copy. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1247/
[J.T. Brewer standing next to a truck loaded with cases]
Photograph (copy) of J.T. Brewer standing next to a truck loaded with cases of Dr. Pepper bottles. Young man in driver seat of truck. Brewer is wearing a light colored shirt, pants, and hat, with a dark belt. He has his right leg crossed over his left and his right arm is extended with right hand on truck. His left arm is bent and at his waist. Original 1920's. Scanned image is of the copy. . texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1244/
[John M. Moore III (4 years) and Hilmer Moore (1 year) c. 1922.]
Photograph of John M. Moore III (4 years) and Hilmer Moore (1 year) ca. 1922. They are sitting on a wooden bench. John is wearing knee length pants with white shirt; he has dark socks with white stripes at top. Hilmer is wearing white with white shoes. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1369/
[Jones & Hinson Grocery, Morton Street]
Photograph of Jones & Hinson Grocery, Morton St.; Joe A. Jones at counter. Photo shows the interior of a store. Produce boxes leaning against wooden counter on left. Bins filled with product under right counter. Man in dark suit leaning against counter on right. Spittoon in front of a pole in foreground. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth336/
[Ku Klux Klan initiation. "One Hundred Percent Americans" written on photo.]
Photograph of a Ku Klux Klan initiation. Klansmen are standing in a large circle around a large wooden cross with an American flag on top. Un-robed men (new members?) are grouped on side of circle closest to camera, facing someone standing on a platform. Caption on photo says, "One Hundred Percent Americans, Parks, Bay City." texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth373/
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