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 Decade: 1850-1859
 Collection: Fort Bend Museum Collection
[Photograph of Jane Long holding a fan]

[Photograph of Jane Long holding a fan]

Date: 1850
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph (copy) of Jane Long purchased from the University of Texas archives, Austin, Texas and given to the Museum. It is a copy of the image in the Barker Archives. Long is seated and wearing a dark dress with white lace at collar. She is holding a fan in her left hand. Her long dark hair is curled and has lace headpieces on either side of her head. Original daguerreotype portrait is in an oval frame and ends at the knee. Scanned image is of the copy. Copy of image measures: 11.5 cm X 13.7 cm.
Contributing Partner: Fort Bend Museum
[Letter certifying that J.T. Rogers enlisted]

[Letter certifying that J.T. Rogers enlisted]

Date: April 14, 1852
Creator: unknown
Description: Letter written in march 1962. Certify that J.T. Rogers enlisted in my company (Co 76 N.E. Regement May 3, or 8 1861. Rogers was a faithful man and efficent. Signed name unreadable.
Contributing Partner: Fort Bend Museum
[George Feris home in Richmond, Texas]

[George Feris home in Richmond, Texas]

Date: 1855
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph (copy) of the George Feris home in Richmond, Texas. Back of photo as written by Homer Sharp (in black ink): "This picture was taken from the original, of The Old Doctor George Feris Home here in Richmond. This house was located between the end of Myrtle Street and Preston Street. Mrs. Frazar's Home is located on or near the spot where this old home was. Her home has got all the old lumber and some of the bricks in it, or part of the lumber and bricks the old home had in it. Dr. George Feris had two boys in the Jaybird Woodpecker Feud. Keene Feris and Yandell Feris, Keene Feris is the daddy of Mrs. Frazar and her sister Aunt Bessie Homner. Aunt Bessie let me have the original picture to make this copy. Dr. Feris is standing by the house in the front of the home and Aunt Bessie said she didn't know the names of the people on the upper porch, But was the Feris family. She didn't know when the picture was taken, or where the house was built, But the bricks was hauled from Galveston in ox wagons and she thought the lumber came ...
Contributing Partner: Fort Bend Museum
[Mary Smith McNabb]

[Mary Smith McNabb]

Date: 1856
Creator: unknown
Description: Salted paper photograph of "Mary Smith McNabb, first wife of John McNabb and mother of Alexander McNabb, Sr. perhaps about 1856-1860 or earlier. Birthday unknown. Died May 9, 1860. Her remains were moved from the family cemetery northwest of Rosenberg to Morton Cemetery in Richmond in the Spring of 1974." as was written in blue ink on the back of the picture. Photograph is of a woman with her dark hair parted on the side and pulled back in a bun at the nape of her neck. She is wearing a dark dress with light colored vine print and a white lace collar. A brooch is pinned on the collar. Background of a window on left and bookshelves on right. Photograph is mounted on black cardboard substrate with gold trim around the edges.
Contributing Partner: Fort Bend Museum
[Letter from Jane Long to M.B. Lamar]

[Letter from Jane Long to M.B. Lamar]

Date: December 10, 1859
Creator: unknown
Description: Letter from Jane Long to M.B. Lamar 10 December 1859.
Contributing Partner: Fort Bend Museum