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 County: Fort Bend County, TX
 Collection: Fort Bend Museum Collection
[A.P. George as a young man.]

[A.P. George as a young man.]

Date: 1893
Creator: Lorenz, C.O.
Description: Photograph mounted on cardboard substrate (with scalloped edging) of A.P. George as a young man. He is wearing a dark colored jacket with a (plaid) vest, white shirt, and light-colored bowtie. Bottom of cardboard reads (in gold): C.O. Lorenz, Richmond, Texas.
Contributing Partner: Fort Bend Museum
[Map of Fort Bend County "General Land Office"  March 1893.]

[Map of Fort Bend County "General Land Office" March 1893.]

Date: March 1893
Creator: unknown
Description: Front - map of Fort Bend County - "General Land Office" March 1893 Scale 4000 Veras to the inch. Back - no markings, wire going across for hanging.
Contributing Partner: Fort Bend Museum
[The Moore Home in 1894.]

[The Moore Home in 1894.]

Date: 1894
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of the Moore Home in 1894. Home is a two and a half story white, wooden building with large railed front porch. A man is sitting on the left of porch and Four children are standing/sitting on the front steps. Various lawn furniture in front of house. There is a double swing in right corner. Trees surround the house excluding the front walkway.
Contributing Partner: Fort Bend Museum
[Mr. And Mrs. Worthington]

[Mr. And Mrs. Worthington]

Date: 1894
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of Mr. And Mrs. Worthington (as noted in pencil at bottom of photograph). The couple is standing in front of a two-story wooden home with shrubbery to their right and left. Mr. Worthington is wearing a dark, three-piece suit and hat. He has a cane in his left hand. Mrs. Worthington is wearing a long dress with dark trim at collar and sleeves. She has her left hand on a wooden table with flower arrangement on top of it. Back of photo in pencil reads: Grandpa and Grandma Worthington at their house in Richmond. Photograph is mounted on tan cardboard substrate. Cardboard has stains and thick black semi-circular area in top left corner.
Contributing Partner: Fort Bend Museum
[Opening of the Brazos River Bridge in 1894]

[Opening of the Brazos River Bridge in 1894]

Date: 1894
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of the opening of the Brazos River Bridge in 1894. Couple on right (identified on back of copy of this photo) leaning against rail: Mr. And Mrs. J.J. Adams. The man standing to left in dark suit is identified as Buck Flanagan, the prison warden at Sugar Land. There are six people standing on the bridge. There is a dog to the right of the bridge.
Contributing Partner: Fort Bend Museum
[County bridge over Brazos at Richmond]

[County bridge over Brazos at Richmond]

Date: June 20, 1894
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of the opening of the "county bridge over Brazos at Richmond, June 20, 1894" as written in pencil on the front of the photo. Back of photo in pen: Joe and Alma Ryon. June 20, 1894. People are standing on the bridge. Seven men are standing/sitting on top beams of bridge and five are standing/sitting on the beam to far right that attaches to the ground structure. Photograph is mounted on tan cardboard substrate. Photo has foxing and stains. Cardboard has stains and is worn at the corners.
Contributing Partner: Fort Bend Museum
[T.B. Wessendorff, Jennie Jones Wessendorff, Lizzie Wessendorff, etc.]

[T.B. Wessendorff, Jennie Jones Wessendorff, Lizzie Wessendorff, etc.]

Date: 1895
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of T.B. Wessendorff, Jennie Jones Wessendorff, Lizzie Wessendorff (baby), Walter Jones (boy) posed at left with Jersey cow; Two unidentified African American men are holding the leads of two dark horses at center and right of photograph. Subjects are standing in a fenced yard with house visible at left and barns or sheds visible in the background and on the right. Image is mounted on a tan cardboard matte. Image and matte are severely damaged. Horizontal break through center of image was repaired with masking tape before museum acquisition. Vertical crack extends from bottom edge up to horizontal crack between Walter Jones and the African American man at center. Water marks around all four edges of the matte. Pieces of matte missing at bottom corners and along left edge. Identification on reverse of picture in blue and black pen.
Contributing Partner: Fort Bend Museum
[T.B. Wessendorff Lumber Company. People in front of the store.]

[T.B. Wessendorff Lumber Company. People in front of the store.]

Date: 1895~
Creator: unknown
Description: Photographic print of T.B. Wessendorff Lumber Company and Undertakers Supplies, Richmond, TX., ca. 1895. Print is mounted on tan cardboard matte. Store is a one story wood frame building with porch across front. Wagon load of lumber with three African American men sitting on top is parked in front of the store to the left. Horse and buggy with 2 white children in buggy and African American boy standing with the horse is parked to the right of the building. Identification of people is written in black pen on the back of the photo as follows: "T.B. Wessendorff in white shirt by door; Baby in doorway probably Marguerite Wesendorff; Jennie Jones Wessendorff in front of window; Lizzie Wessendorff in white dress on right side of porch; Jennetta Wessendorff in phaeton (buggy)." Photograph and matte have four black ink spots. All four corners of matte are broken off as of 3/2000.
Contributing Partner: Fort Bend Museum
[Group of people on the porch of a home.]

[Group of people on the porch of a home.]

Date: 1895
Creator: unknown
Description: Photo of group of people on the porch of a home. People are identified on the back on the photo as follows: "Left to right on porch: T.B. Wessendorff, Jennie Wessendorff, Hattie Wessendorff (standing), Archie Jones; Children: W.E. Jones, Lizzie Wessendorff (Davis), Walter Jones, Joe Jones." Image is mounted on white cardboard matte. Matte is cracked horizontally through center. Image dimensions: 20.7 cm x 12.8 cm
Contributing Partner: Fort Bend Museum
["House In Richmond, Texas Across Road From Entrance To Morton Cemetary"]

["House In Richmond, Texas Across Road From Entrance To Morton Cemetary"]

Date: 1895~
Creator: unknown
Description: Postcard image of "HOUSE IN RICHMOND, TEXAS ACROSS ROAD FROM ENTRANCE TO MORTON CEMETARY C. 1895" as noted in handwriting on back of postcard. A fence is in the foreground with two women standing behind the fence in the front yard. A small tree is on the left side of the photo. The house is a one story building with a chimney on the right side.
Contributing Partner: Fort Bend Museum