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 County: Fort Bend County, TX
 Collection: Fort Bend Museum Collection
[Photograph of Wiley Powell Jones]

[Photograph of Wiley Powell Jones]

Date: [1886/1892]~
Creator: Anderson
Description: Portrait of Wiley Powell Jones, brother of Laura Jones and son of Henry Jones. He is posed standing, with his left arm propped up and he is wearing a dark-colored suit. The border around the photograph creates an arch shape. Back of photo states: "Mamas favorite brother of Richmond, TX"
Contributing Partner: Fort Bend Museum
[Students at Richmond Public School in 1887]

[Students at Richmond Public School in 1887]

Date: 1887
Creator: unknown
Description: Original mounted print on cardboard. Students at Richmond Public School. On the front row there are six girls seated on the left and there are five boys (one sitting and the rest kneeling) to the right of the photo. Students of Richmond Public School (about 1887) are identified as: Back Row: 1. Fanny Lamar 2. Mary Preister 3. ? 4. Mattie Bell 5. Reg. Dyer 6. ? 7. Cecil Dyer 8. ? 9. ? 10. Albert George 11. Bassett Blakely Second Row: 1. Minnie Preister 2. ? 3. Bell Dyer 4. Julia Norwood 5. ? Norwood 6. Professor Norwood 7. Tony Wessendorff 8. John Baker 9. ? 10. George Baker Third Row: 1. Bessie McCloy 2. Lillie Winston 3. ? 4. Nina Bell 5. Kate Eckman 6. Heard Dyer 7. ? 8. ? Fourth Row: Lizzie McGee 2. Pearl Winston 3. Jennie Jones 4. Annie Somerville 5. Lyda Baker 6. Bertie Winston 7. Lola Jones 8. Alex Davis 9. Charlie Andrews 10. Will Robinson Fifth Row: 1. Maybell Davis 2. Winnie McGee 3. Lilly Rambolt 4. Mamie Davis 5. Minnie Waffles 6. Allie Ogilby 7. Freddie Kochan 8. Earl McFarlane 9. Bush Pleasants 10. Len McFarlane 11. ?
Contributing Partner: Fort Bend Museum
[T.B. Wessendorff as a teenager.]

[T.B. Wessendorff as a teenager.]

Date: 1888
Creator: Lorenz, C.O.
Description: Photographic portrait of T.B. Wessendorff as a teenager. Wessendorff is wearing a dark suit jacket and vest, pinstriped necktie, and white high-collar shirt. Mounted on tan cardboard substrate with scalloped edges.
Contributing Partner: Fort Bend Museum
[House identified on back in red pen as "Ryon House."]

[House identified on back in red pen as "Ryon House."]

Date: 1888
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of house identified on back in red pen as "Ryon House." Identified by Michael Moore as the J.H.P. Davis House before renovations in 1889. Large two story wooden house. Unidentified man and woman are standing on the upper porch. Three women grouped together on lower porch in front of main door. Man and woman sitting on sills of bay window on first floor at right. African American man is standing behind a hedge in front of the right side entrance to the house. Image is mounted on a tan cardboard substrate. Image has a vertical break which begins 6 cm from the upper left corner and extends all the way through the image. There is a diagonal bend extending across the upper right corner beginning 9.5 cm from the upper right corner.
Contributing Partner: Fort Bend Museum
[Large two story home identified on back in Red pen as "Ryon Home".]

[Large two story home identified on back in Red pen as "Ryon Home".]

Date: 1888
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of large two story home identified on back in Red pen as "Ryon Home." Identified by Michael Moore as J.H.P. Davis House before it was renovated in 1889. Home was located at site of present day Polly Ryon Hospital until it was moved to the George Ranch Historical Park (1977?). Yard is enclosed by a white picket fence with arched entryway. There are many young trees in the area outside the yard. Windmill is visible over the roof of the house. See 1972.093.117 for another view of the home. Image is mounted on a tan cardboard matte. Upper left corner of matte is broken off.
Contributing Partner: Fort Bend Museum
[Old Fort Bend County Courthouse.]

[Old Fort Bend County Courthouse.]

Date: 1889
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph (not the original) of the Old Fort Bend County Courthouse where "Jaybirds and Woodpeckers fought in front of it in 1889." Photo has people on front steps, people on second story balcony, and a man on the roof top. A woman in a black dress can be seen to far, bottom, right of photo. Ink written numbers on bottom.
Contributing Partner: Fort Bend Museum
[J.T. Dyer Store located on Morton Street in Richmond, TX.]

[J.T. Dyer Store located on Morton Street in Richmond, TX.]

Date: 1890
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of J.T. Dyer Store located on Morton Street in Richmond, TX. Brick two story building is marked "1885 J.E. Dyer" along the roofline. Wares (brooms, chairs, trunks, clothes, fabrics) have been brought out onto the sidewalk in front of business. One woman, two boys, and six men are posed in front of the store. African American man standing in cart at left of scene. Man standing immediately left of post is identified as Will Candler. Image is mounted on tan cardboard matte. Bottom left corner is broken off. Two water marks on the mat at top center and top right. Image dimensions: 20.0 cm x 12.4 cm
Contributing Partner: Fort Bend Museum
[John McNabb]

[John McNabb]

Date: 1890
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of "John McNabb, perhaps about 1890. Born in Scotland in 1806. (Exact date unknown). Died April 27, 1894; a member of the Santa Fe Expedition. His remains were removed from the family cemetery northwest of Rosenberg to Morton Cemetery in Richmond in the sprint of 1974." This description was written on the back of the photograph in ink. McNabb has thinning gray hair and is wearing a plaid suit (top button buttoned) with a dark wide tie, and a white shirt (collar of shirt barely visible above jacket and tie). Photo is mounted on cardboard substrate with gold scalloped trim. Bottom of photo on gold textured label: The "APEX" (emblem) 948 Elm St. Dallas, Tex.
Contributing Partner: Fort Bend Museum
[Main Street in Rosenberg, Texas]

[Main Street in Rosenberg, Texas]

Date: 1890
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph (appears to be a copy) of Main Street in Rosenberg, Texas taken by Schlueter. On left the "Palace Hotel" can be seen. On the right: "City Bakery" and a restaurant are visible. The street has many horses and buggies on both sides. A horse and buggy in center of street (pulled by white or gray horse), and in the foreground is a little boy (dressed in dark knickers with jacket and hat) walking with his back to the camera. Blurred image of a dog on the right side of street. Back of photo has sticker with typed: 3rd St. Rosenberg, Texas Looking South. M. Wallace.
Contributing Partner: Fort Bend Museum
[McFarlane House that was located on Jackson Street.]

[McFarlane House that was located on Jackson Street.]

Date: 1890
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of the McFarlane House that was located on Jackson Street in Rosenberg, Texas. The McFarlane house is a story and a half white wooden house with dark trim. The front porch has ornate wooden railing that is partially obscured by the wooden fence that surround the yard. The gate to the fence is on the far left side of the photo. Four people are standing on the front porch. There is a man on horseback just to the right of the center of the photograph. He is wearing dark pants, white shirt, dark jacket and hat; and he is on a dark horse. The photograph is mounted on cardboard substrate. The photograph has tears, is broken at top left corner, worn at all corners, and is stained. The photograph has tape on back.
Contributing Partner: Fort Bend Museum