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 Decade: 1920-1929
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 Collection: Museum of the Gulf Coast
[Boy Scout Troop]

[Boy Scout Troop]

Date: 1920
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of young boys in an African American Boy Scouts Troop. The six boys are wearing uniforms and hats, and standing in a line with their hands at their sides. There are houses and telephone poles in the background. The writing at the bottom of the photograph reads, "Port Arthur, Tex. Troop #5 1920."
Contributing Partner: Museum of the Gulf Coast
[Church float in parade]

[Church float in parade]

Date: 1923
Creator: unknown
Description: Postcard of a church float in a parade. There is a man driving and a boy sitting on the front of the car holding a sign that reads, "First Church Built in Port Arthur 1897 - Now has 33 Churches." There are spectators in the background watching from the side of the road and from a balcony on a house.
Contributing Partner: Museum of the Gulf Coast
[Crowd at Funeral Procession]

[Crowd at Funeral Procession]

Date: 1926
Creator: Trost Studio
Description: Photograph of a view of the large crowd at the funeral procession for the 29 people killed at the Gulf Tanker "Venezuela" explosion. People are crowding the street and even watching from the roofs of buildings in the background. There is a stamp from Trost Studio in the bottom right corner.
Contributing Partner: Museum of the Gulf Coast
[Debris After Explosion]

[Debris After Explosion]

Date: April 12, 1926
Creator: Trost Studio
Description: Photograph of a distant view of the aftermath of an explosion of the Gulf Tanker "Venezuela" while loading high-test gasoline, on April 12, 1926. The damage to the tanker is visible, and there is debris on board. There is a stamp from Trost Studio on the bottom right corner.
Contributing Partner: Museum of the Gulf Coast
[Debris After Gulf Tanker Explosion]

[Debris After Gulf Tanker Explosion]

Date: April 12, 1926
Creator: Trost Studio
Description: Photograph of the aftermath of an explosion of the Gulf Tanker "Venezuela" while loading high-test gasoline, on April 12, 1926. The damage to the tanker is visible, and there is debris on board. There is a stamp from Trost Studio on the bottom right corner.
Contributing Partner: Museum of the Gulf Coast
[Debris From Gulf Tanker Explosion]

[Debris From Gulf Tanker Explosion]

Date: April 11, 1926
Creator: unknown
Description: Postcard of the debris after the explosion of Gulf Tanker "Venezuela." The tanker can be seen by the dock in the distance. The caption written on the photograph reads, "Explosion of the Gulf of Venezuela, Pt Arthur, Tex."
Contributing Partner: Museum of the Gulf Coast
[Elderly Man and Toddle Sitting Outside]

[Elderly Man and Toddle Sitting Outside]

Date: 1927
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of an elderly man, identified as J. W. Carr, with his young grandson. Both are seated outdoors in lawn chairs; the toddler is on the left and J. W. Carr is on the right. There is a lawn and plants in the background.
Contributing Partner: Museum of the Gulf Coast
[Family and Dog at Beach]

[Family and Dog at Beach]

Date: 1922
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of the Carr family on the shore of the Gulf of Mexico beach near Sabine Pass. There is a small child and man in a hat near the bottom of the photograph. Two women are standing behind them with a dog and looking towards the camera.
Contributing Partner: Museum of the Gulf Coast
[Family Group Outside]

[Family Group Outside]

Date: 1922
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of the Carr family posing outdoors. One older man with a mustache is seated, and three women and one man are standing behind him with their hands on the back of his chair.
Contributing Partner: Museum of the Gulf Coast
[Family on Beach Next to Automobile]

[Family on Beach Next to Automobile]

Date: 1922
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of the Carr family at the beach. There are two women, one man, one child, and one dog. Handwriting on the back of the photograph indicates that the car they are next to was one of the first automobiles in Port Arthur.
Contributing Partner: Museum of the Gulf Coast
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