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 County: Webb County, TX
 Language: Spanish
 Collection: Texas Cultures Online
[Brick Manse with a Hispanic Family on the Porch]

[Brick Manse with a Hispanic Family on the Porch]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of a brick manse with a young Mexican family standing on the porch. The front of the building is one long brick wall with a corner at the entrance. The primary wall has three tall windows and a screened door; two of the windows are coupled together. The wall coming out of the corner has two more shorter windows and another screened door. There is a simple wooden deck with no railing that runs along both walls. Stairs leading up to the deck connect to a sidewalk. The front yard is made up of sparse and patchy grass and a few trees and shrubs. The young Mexican family is standing in a group on the deck in front of the two doors. The family consists of a couple and their six young children. Handwriting on the back of the image reads, "Laredo - manse familia Olivares 8-51".
Contributing Partner: Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary
[Group Portrait of Children]

[Group Portrait of Children]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of a portrait of a group of children organized into three tiered rows. The front row consists of a small group of young boys sitting on the ground. The second row consists of a group of seated young girls and a young woman who is seated in the middle. The back row consists of a small group of slightly older girls wearing either tartan printed or white dresses. There is a window both behind the group and on the right-hand side of the image. Many of the boys are holding wide-brimmed hats. The photograph is mounted on a patchy, light-colored piece of cardboard. There is a handwritten note in Spanish on the back of the photograph that translates to read, "This portrait is affectionately dedicated to the President of the Children's Society - Delia Lopez, G.A. Walls, Laredo, Tex Oct. 27, 1920"
Contributing Partner: Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary
[Hispanic Family in Front of a Brick Building]

[Hispanic Family in Front of a Brick Building]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of a young Mexican family (identified as the Olivares family) standing in front of a brick house. The family consists of a couple and six young children. The family is standing in a row and looking at the camera. From left to right, there is a young boy and two girls of the same age, a slightly older boy, the mother holding a toddler, the eldest daughter, and the father. The two youngest girls are twins, and are both wearing the same skirts and white shirts. Everyone else is wearing light colored shirts and pants or shorts except for the eldest daughter, who is wearing a plaid dress and an apron, and the mother who is wearing a dress. The brick building behind them has two screened doors on either side of the corner. It also has two windows on the right side of the image. Shrubs are visible in the foreground. There is handwriting on the back of the image that reads, "Laredo - Olivares family Agosto 1951".
Contributing Partner: Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary
[Photograph of Group in Front of Iglesia Presbiteriana Mexicana]

[Photograph of Group in Front of Iglesia Presbiteriana Mexicana]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of a group of people standing on the front steps of Iglesia Presbiteriana Mexicana. The group consists of men, women, and children. The church behind them has white walls and simple cornices above the windows and door. Above the door is a sign reading "Iglesia Presbiteriana Mexicana." On the left, people are walking toward and away from the steps.
Contributing Partner: Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary
[Photograph of Group in Front of Iglesia Presbiteriana Mexicana]

[Photograph of Group in Front of Iglesia Presbiteriana Mexicana]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of a group of people standing in front of Iglesia Presbiteriana Mexicana. The group consists of men, women, and children. The church behind them has white, brick walls and simple cornices above the doors and windows. Above the door is a sign reading "Presbiteriana Mexicana." A paved sidewalk and road is visible in the foreground in front of the group.
Contributing Partner: Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary