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[Benedict Krag Standing By Grain Elevator Controls at the Danevang Farmers Co-op]
Black and white photograph of a man, Benedict Krag, standing by a wall of electrical boxes that control the grain elevator at the Danevang Farmers Co-op. According to accompanying information, Benedict was the manager of the grain elevator at the time. He is dressed in a white short-sleeve button-up shirt, pants, and work boots. His right hand is holding a metal pipe that runs from the control boxes. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth223474/
[Jens H. Berndt Farmstead]
Photograph of Jens H. Berndt and his farmstead half a mile west of Danevang, Texas, which was later sold to P. C. Petersen in 1921. This information is also written on the back of the item in black ink. Presumably, Jens is the man in the foreground on the small plow that is being pushed by two horses. Behind him on the left, there is a barn with a tall gable roof and a windmill. The main home is on the far right. It is a two-story house with intersecting gable roofs and several double-hung windows, as well as two roof overhangs covering small patios. The photograph has been placed on a stiff mat which is chipping on the sides. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth223860/
[Jens H. Berndt Farmstead]
Photograph of Jens H. Berndt and his farmstead half a mile west of Danevang, Texas, which was later sold to P. C. Petersen in 1921. Presumably, Jens is the man in the foreground on the small plow that is being pushed by two horses. Behind him on the left, there is a barn with a tall gable roof and a windmill. The main home is on the far right. It is a two-story house with intersecting gable roofs and several double-hung windows, as well as two roof overhangs covering small patios. The photograph has been placed on a stiff mat. On the back, there is hand-written text that reads, "Jens H. Berndt about 1910." texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth223859/
Fredericksen Family
Black and white professional portrait of the Fredericksen family. The mother and father, Herman Fredericksen and Kingerborg Jensen Fredericksen, are sitting in elegant chairs opposite each other. The mother is wearing a dark dress with a high neck and a decorative collar; the father is wearing a three piece suit and has a mustache. Their four children are arranged between them, but one daughter is sitting in the same seat as her mother. They are all wearing dark clothing. The sons are wearing dark shirts with wide tie collars. The daughters are both wearing dresses with collars and buttons down the front. The youngest daughter is holding an open book in her lap. At the bottom right of the image, an embossed stamp reads, "Atelier Fru Jepsen & Søng, Svendborg." A handwritten note on the back lists their names and the location of the portrait session: "Svendborg, Danmark." texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth223104/
[Five Women at Farm Bureau Queen's Contest]
Photograph of five girls at a beauty pageant in El Campo, Texas, headed by the Farm Bureau of Wharton County. They are standing on a wooden floor beneath a hanging set of streamers. They wear long dresses of varying colors, prints, and tailoring. From left to right, they have been identified as: unknown, Mary Dorotik (possibly Dornak), Elaine Hansen, LaVanne Ladewig, and Lillie Jensen. Hand-written text on the back of the photograph lists their names. Additionally, a small newspaper article was cut and taped to the back. It reads: "Danevang Girl Queen EL CAMPO, July 22 - (Sp) - Elaine Hansen, 16, of Danevang, was chosen Farm Queen of Wharton County here Friday. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Hansen and will represent the Wharton County Farm Bureau in the district contest at Wharton in September. Lillie Jensen of Danevang was second and Mary Dorotik of ___ was third." texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth222833/
Pastor Erik and Margaret Moller
Studio photograph of Pastor Erik and his wife, Margaret Moller, in a well-lit space with a blank backdrop. Margaret, on the left, wears a v-neck blouse with a brooch pinned to her left lapel, post earrings, and horn-rimmed glasses. Pastor Erik, on the right, wears a dark suit jacket and tie over a light-colored shirt. There is a folded handkerchief in his left pocket. He also wears horn-rimmed glasses. Hand-written text in pencil on the back of the photograph reads, "Margaret and Rev. Erik Moller, last Danish minister to serve Danevang - the Danish Evangelical Lutheran Church." texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth222839/
[Danevang School Class of 1927]
Black and white photograph of a group of students posed for a portrait in front of their school. They are arranged in six rows, with the last row standing within the enclave of the porch. A few boys are standing within the open window frames that are on either side of the porch. Two children sitting at the center of the front row are holding a chalkboard that has written on it the class information and date. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth222996/
[Danevang School Class of 1937]
Black and white photograph of a group of students, varying in age, gathered for a class photograph in front of the Danevang School. There are five rows in all; the first row is comprised of the youngest children who are sitting cross-legged. The windows of the building behind them are visible and all of them are open. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth222994/
Gesetze und Nebengesetze der Deutsch-Amerikanische gegenseitige Unterstützungs-Gesellschaft bei Feuerschäden in Travis und angrezenden Counties
This short pamphlet contains the laws and bylaws of the German-American Mutual Fire Insurance Association for Travis and Neighboring Counties. The document describes the association's structure and rules for conducting business including: its purpose, titles and duties of officers, election of officers, intake of new members, types of insurance offered, procedures for investigating claims, and making changes to the laws and bylaws. The sitting president and secretary are named on the second to last page, and the last page contains a table of contents. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth221881/
[Portrait of Doris Andersen Seated on Chair]
Studio photograph of a young girl, identified as Doris Andersen, seated on the left armrest of a wicker chair. There is a painted backdrop behind her. She wears a dark dress with light-colored socks and a pair of single-strap shoes. The photograph has been placed inside the small triangular inserts of a stiff paper frame that bears, on its right bottom corner, the name of the photography studio where the image was taken. This was then pasted into a textured fold-out folder. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth222834/
[Portrait of Marie Olson in Nursing Uniform]
Photograph of a young woman, identified as Marie Olson, in front of a studio backdrop in a well-lit space. She wears small oval glasses and a nursing uniform with a contrasting ribbon pinned to her chest. The photograph was printed with an oval cut-out framing Marie. It has been placed in a folder that folds from the left and right sides. Accompanying information states Marie was Olaf Olson's sister. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth222809/
Group of Men
Photograph of a group of adult men standing in front of a parked automobile. They have been identified from left to right as Christian Brodsgaard, Jimmy Sones, George Adams, J. E. Sones, and Albert Treadwell. They are dressed in casual attire. The man on the far right has an injured left arm and is held close to his chest by a cast. A black stamp on the back of the photograph reads, "This is a Kodacolor Print made by Eastman Kodak Company T. M. Regis. U. S. Pat. OFf. Week Ending June 11, 1955 I R 3." texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth223315/
Isaacson Gin Company
Photograph of the Isaacson Gin Company, a cotton gin in El Campo, Texas, taken from a high angle and from a distance, capturing the entire structure and the surrounding homes that surround it. Several horse-drawn wagons are moving in a procession in an arc formation from the south-facing wall of the gin to the north-facing one. Groups of men can be seen directing them. Others are seen on the ground and on platforms near the cotton bales. The gin itself is a large two-story structure with gable roofs and a large pole extending from the direction of the smaller roofs. All the buildings in the background within the vicinity of the gin seem to be homes. They are built along the street that runs parallel to the gin's east-facing wall. The photograph has been pasted on a stiff mat with a decorative linear embossing that runs the perimeter of the image. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth223863/
[Juhl Family Portrait]
Copy negative of a black and white portrait of the Juhl family, professionally shot in a photographer's studio. There are two rows of family members. In the first row, the eldest relatives are seated with the youngest, three children, standing in between them. The second row is made of seven more family members. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth223156/
[Isaacson Cotton Gin Company, El Campo, Texas]
Black and white photograph of a building known as the Isaacson Gin Company, where cotton is processed. The building is made of wood and has several different sections to it. The yard just outside the company is teeming with horse-drawn or animal-drawn wagons. Each wagon is filled with cotton; some of them are covered with a tarp. In the distance, several houses are visible, as are dirt roads that lead to and from the company yard. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth222993/
[Two Boy Cousins Posed On the Lawn Outside of a House]
Black and white photograph of two young boys, Melvin Hansen and Edgar Hansen, who are cousins according to the note on the back of the photograph. They are standing on a lawn outside of a white house whose windows are visible. The boy on the left is wearing overalls and a shirt underneath and is holding a hat to his side. The boy on the left is wearing pants, a shirt and a tie and is also holding a hat to his side. Behind the two boys are a garden hose and a couple of small trees. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth223128/
[Danevang Church Grounds]
Photograph of church grounds in Danevang, Texas. The photograph appears to have been taken from the adjoining road. A broken-down fence stands along the perimeter of the church buildings, seen in the distance. There are at least three, with the middle one having the most typical church architecture; particularly the steeple tower at its right end. There are a number of small bushes and trees amongst these buildings. A decorative border surrounds the photograph. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth223890/
[C. Adler in Cotton Marketing Harlingen Office ]
Photograph of a man sitting behind a large wooden work desk. Two empty chairs are on either side in the front. The surface of the desk is covered in various office supplies and stacks of papers. Behind the man, there is a phone, a rolled up newspaper, and a slender lamp on a second, smaller desk. Additionally, there is a map of the southern tip of Texas hanging on the wall, which is covered in wooden panels. The man, identified as C. Adler, smiles at the camera and wears a short-sleeve shirt. Hand-written notations on the back of the photograph state that he was at the Cotton Marketing Harlingen office, and that "many farmers worked with him." All four corners of the photograph are slightly torn. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth222861/
[Portrait of a Married Danish Couple]
Black and white photograph of a husband and a wife, Ole Nielsen and Sidst Marie Nielsdatter. They are posed for a professional photograph and are wearing formal attire. Ole is sitting in an embellished chair; his arm is resting on the arm of the chair. Sidst is standing to his right, with her arm behind him. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth223431/
Mads Anderson and wife Maren Marie Knudsen
Copy negative of Mads Anderson and his wife Maren Marie Knudsen in Dakota City, Nebraska. Mads is sitting in a chair, and Maren is standing on his right side with her hand resting on his shoulder. Mads is wearing a vest and suit jacket, and Maren is wearing a dress with a bustle, ruffled sleeves, a buttoned bodice with striped trim, a floral pin, and a long necklace. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth223744/
Portrait of Sophie Jensen Olson
Black and white photograph of a woman, Sophie Jensen Olson, who is the wife of J.P. Olson. She is wearing dark clothing that features a ruffled top and a high collar. Her hair is pulled back tight. The portrait is vignetted so that only her bust and above are visible. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth223433/
[Portrait of an Olson Family Member]
Studio photograph of an Olson family member, possibly Sophie Jensen Olson. She is sitting in a backless wicker chair on a small rug in front of a painted backdrop. She wears a long, light-colored dress with long sleeves and ruffles on her shoulders. A small bow is pinned to her neck. Additionally, she also has on a long necklace and a dark ribbon on her hair, which is pulled back. The photograph has been pasted on a dark mat, with an embossing on the bottom part that lists tree cities - Houston, Galveston, and Ennis - around a fourth line of text that reads, "Harper & G". texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth222816/
[Portrait of Jeanette Olson]
Studio photograph of a young girl, identified as Jeanette Olson, in front of a light-colored backdrop. She wears a pleated jumper with a ruffled neckline over a dark top with bulging sleeves. She also wears light-colored shoes and a bow on her head. A rectangular frame has been placed over the photograph. Both have been placed inside a folder. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth222811/
Maren Jensen
Copy negative of a black and white photograph of Maren Jensen (also known as Mrs. H.P. Jensen). She is sitting on the end of a leather couch on top of an intricate rug. Behind the couch is a draped window. Maren is wearing a long dress with a white collar and three buttons on the chest and glasses. In her hands she is holding an open, hardcover book. The portrait is framed by an floral border and has the photography studio's emblem at the bottom which reads, "Herzik." texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth223935/
The Family History of Jorgen and Ane Ingvardsen
Family genealogy tracing the descendants of Jorgen and Ane Ingvardsen who immigrated from Denmark and settled in Danevang, Texas around 1904. The table of contents lists: Tusind Tak, History, Register Report of Ingvart Hansen Ingvardsen, Kinship Report of Ingvart Hansen Ingvardsen, and an index (starting on page 37). Documentation also includes immigration records for family members with a photocopy of the original manifest, and photographs from several generations. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth221883/
[Danevang Lutheran Church Under Construction]
Photograph of the Danevang Lutheran Church in the early stages of construction. Two major parts of the church's framework are standing. A group of men are on either side, all of whom appear to be in the process of lifting something. A truck is parked in the center, and a large metal, tower-like structure is projecting from it. The landscape that surrounds the church is barren, with a scarce amount of trees and bushes on either side of the photograph. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth222943/
Danevang Lutheran Church and Cemetery
Photograph of the Danevang Lutheran Church and Community Hall. There is a cemetery in the foreground. It appears as if there's been a recent burial in the leftmost side of the picture, judging by the mound of dirt behind one of the tombstones. The church has been built on a central axis with light-colored siding and a gray roof. A large bell tower rises over the entrance, tapering into a point at the top. The silhouette of the bell is seen just underneath the shingled roof of the steeple. A paved walkway leads to the community hall on the rightmost side of the picture. The community center has been built with similar exterior building materials as the church. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth223975/
[Large Group of People]
Photograph of a large group people inside a large interior space with wooden floors and high ceilings. Three windows can be seen in the back. The front row is seated. The group is composed of both men and women. They are dressed in formal attire and there is some indication from accompanying records that this was a festive event, perhaps a celebration of some kind. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth223823/
Andrew & Dagny Jensen Marriage License
Marriage license provided to Anders Jessen Jensen and Dagny Andersen from the Wharton County courthouse. There is a black and white illustration at the very top of the document of a bell composed entirely of small flowers, with a leafy vine emerging from the back of the bell and encircling it in an arc. This bell is inside a circular motif with decorative geometric elements around the edge, and is flanked on both sides by bold, Old English text that declares the document as a Marriage License. Hand-written text has been placed in several areas: where it calls for the names of the couple, dates, signatures, etc. The actual ceremony was ordained by Pastor J. A. M. Rodholm. When closed, the information provided in the opened document is condensed into the upper half of the document's back. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth224028/
Marriage License of Carl Harton & Anna Krenek
Marriage license provided to Carl Harton and Louise Krenek, presided by F. L. Kral, the county clerk of Wharton County. There is a black and white illustration at the very top of the document of a bell composed entirely of small flowers, with a leafy vine emerging from the back of the bell and encircling it in an arc. This bell is inside a circular motif with decorative geometric elements around the edge, and is flanked on both sides by bold, Old English text that declares the document as a Marriage License. When closed, the information provided in the opened document is condensed into the uppermost quarter of the document's back. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth223799/
H. J. Berndt as a Guard for Kaiser Wilhelm
Color photograph of a black and white portrait of a man in a military uniform posed next to an elaborate piece of furniture. He is identified as H.J. Berndt, who served as a guard for Kaiser Wilhelm in Germany when Germany occupied the Southern part of Denmark. His uniform consists of a single-breasted jacket with a row of buttons down the center. At his waist, he is wearing a belt. He is also wearing light colored pants and boots. His right ankle is crossed over his left ankle and one of his hands rests on the table beside him. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth223132/
[Man Plowing Sod with Team of Oxen]
35mm negative of a man plowing sod with a team of oxen. He wears a hat and overalls and holds both ends of the plow. The oxen harnessed to the plow are facing the right. Accompanying information states they are west of Danevang. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth223366/
[Photogtraph of Man Plowing Sod with Team of Oxen]
Copy print of a black and white photograph of an unidentified man plowing a field with a team of three oxen. The oxen are harnessed together and pulling the plow with chains. According to accompanying information, the photograph was taken west of Danevang, Texas. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth223832/
Arvid Bloom & Thora Nielsen
Studio photograph of a husband and wife couple posing for picture in their wedding garb. The woman, seated on the right, has been identified as Thora Nielsen. She wears a light-colored (presumably white) dress with stockings, single-strap shoes, and a veil that reaches down to her ankles. Additionally, she also wears pearls and holds a bouquet of flowers near her lap. Her husband, identified as Arvid Bloom, is standing to the right of her. He is wearing a two-piece tuxedo suit with a light-colored shirt and matching bow tie. His hair is combed backwards revealing a receding hairline. The photograph has been placed inside the small triangular inserts of a stiff mat board. On the bottom, a white line of text reads, "Lauritz - Los Angeles"; presumably, the name of the photography studio where the picture was taken. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth223864/
Andreaus Berndt
Color copy photograph of a black and white portrait of a bearded man, identified as Andreaus Berndt. According to accompanying information, Andreaus is the father of Helvig J. Berndt. He is wearing a heavy buttoned-up coat and is gazing to his right. Just below his vignetted image, the photograph has been torn; the pieces have been put back together for the purpose of this copy photograph. Below the original portrait, the portrait maker's signature reads: C.M. Lund, Toftlund. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth223131/
Armstrong Pumping Plant
Black and white photograph of the Armstrong Pumping Plant, a company located 2 1/2 miles west of Louise, Texas. Two tall structures made of long stalks of metal and wood, respectively, are visible in the center of the picture. An unidentified man is working underneath the apex of the spires and overseeing a machine that is gushing some liquid. A barn-like building is right behind him. An animal-drawn vehicle is parked in the distance on the left. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth222989/
Christensen's Cotton Field
Copy negative of Marius Christensen and three girls picking cotton in a field on Christensen's farm. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth222661/
[Pressing Hay in Pierce, Texas]
Black and white photograph of a typical agricultural scene wherein a few farmers are pressing hay with the help of some unidentified farm equipment and horse-drawn vehicles. There are about 13 individuals pictured. A growing pile of hay is stacked in the center of the background where the harvesters are standing and sitting. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth222984/
[Road Grading in Front of the Berndt Farm]
Black and white photograph of a few individuals accompanied by a team of mules that are attached to wooden vehicles; they are working in front of H. J. Berndt's farm. Their task is to grade the road, or to smooth and level it. A two-story house and a barn are partially visible behind the workers and beyond a line of trees. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth222985/
[Jensen Children]
Copy negative of a black and white photograph professionally taken in 1906 of Hans Peter Jensen's five children. They are posed in front of a textured background and on top of a rug that looks like it is made of animal fur. The three older children stand behind the two youngest children, who are seated and dressed in a similar fashion. The sole girl wears a white dress, stockings, and shoes and is placing her hand on the chair upon which her younger sibling sits. The eldest boy stands in the center in a suit and tie. His younger brother stands to the right of him, also in a suit, and places his hand on the chair of the sibling seated in front of him. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth223934/
[The Allenson Family]
Black and white photograph of a family standing outdoors. The members include a mother, a father, and their two children; an unidentified man is also standing with them. On the far left is Kristine Allenson, wife to John Allenson. Their children, Clifford and Leo, are both standing in front of the adults and looking downward. The younger child is standing in front of his mother while his older sibling is seated on a tricycle. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth223394/
[Group Posing for a Picture at Lars and Dora Wind's Wedding]
Black and white photograph of a sizeable group of women and men gathered for a picture at the celebration for newlyweds Lars and Dora Wind, who are not pictured. Each individual is wearing light-colored semi-formal clothing; some of them are wearing aprons over their attire. According to information from related pictures from the same event, these individuals were servers at the wedding. The men are wearing hats. Behind the group to the left is an outdoor pavilion which is partially visible; its roof has scalloped shingles. To the right of the group, a cloth tarp is covering another outdoor gathering area. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth223405/
[Wedding Celebration for Andrew and Emma Berndt]
Black and white photograph of a group portrait taken at a wedding celebration for Andrew Enemark Berndt and Emma Hansen Berndt, the groom and the bride respectively. The newlywed couple are standing on the left while their guests stand to the right and behind them; a few people are seated below the group. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth223403/
[Hans Larsen Family Portrait]
Black and white photograph of the Hans Larsen family, posing for a professional portrait. Hans, who is wearing a suit jacket, is standing behind his family and has one hand on the shoulder of his son, who is wearing a collared shirt that has a four-button placket and a bowtie. Hans' daughter stands directly in front of him, wearing a dark, laced-collared dress that comes to her knees. Birte Marie is seated to the right and is wearing a long, dark dress. The background behind them has painted palm leaves. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth223432/
[Portrait of Marie, Nee Olson, Hansen]
Photograph of an elderly woman, identified as Marie Hansen (Nee Olson), in a photography studio in Denmark. She wears glasses and a dark turtleneck shirt. The photograph has been placed within the small triangular cut-outs of a paper frame. Together, they have been placed inside a a folder. Accompanying information gives some information concerning Marie's genealogy. She was married to Monrad Hansen and was the cousin of Louise Olson Petersen. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth222813/
Nebengesetze der unentwegt Loge No. 160
This short pamphlet constitutes the bylaws of the O. D. H. S. steadfast lodge number 160, a chapter of the Order of the Sons of Hermann which was devoted to the preservation of German heritage and culture. The document describes rules for calling meetings, intake of new members, collecting membership dues, electing officers, attendance at member funerals, and making changes to the bylaws. The last page lists the officers of the lodge at the time the bylaws were approved. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth221880/
[Bust Portrait of Bertha Kristine Knudsen Andersen]
Studio photograph of an elderly woman, identified as Bertha Kristine Knudsen Andersen, in front of a blank backdrop. She is wearing dark oval frame glasses and a light-colored top. The photograph has been covered with a frame. On the bottom of the frame, there is printed text that reads, "Parker Studios Dallas." Both were then placed inside a folder. On the back of the folder, additionally, there is hand-written text that reads, "My Mother Bertha Kristine Knudsen Andersen." texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth222819/
[Gym Class at Danish School]
Photograph of students from a Danish school during gym class. A few benches have been placed perpendicular to the school building. The students are using the benches as support for their bodies, which are tilted at a high angle towards the bench by placing one of their hands on the bench seat. Their other hands are raised high up in the air and clasped to the adjacent student's hand, forming a kind of bridge over the benches. Some of them are barefoot; others are wearing suspenders and shorts. Hand-written text on the back of the photograph lists the photographer's name, location of the school, and a crossed-out return-to address and recipient. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth223891/
[Panoramic View of a Military Regiment in Maryland]
Postcard of a large group of United States army soldiers at a camp in Maryland, possibly Glen Bernie or Laurel. They are all in their military uniform, gathered in multiple rows. Behind them, a series of tall leafless trees can be seen, as well as a single-story structure in the very center at the top of a hill. There is printed text on the front that reads "47 Battalion 23rd Engineers, Glen Bernie, MD. Feb. 1918." There is a black arrow near the top of the image pointing at an individual, identified as Arnold G. Knock. This information is verified on the back of the postcard, on which Arnold himself, under the "correspondence" heading, wrote: "I am in this picture the arrow point is our my head Did you receive my letter Hoping to hear from you soon This is my address Arnold G. Knock, Laurel Maryland, Truck Co #10 23 Engrs. [sic]" He has addressed the postcard on the left and right to an Emilie Andersen at "El Campo, Texas. D. S. R. #55." texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth222836/
[Marie Olson Portrait]
Photograph of a young woman, identified as Marie Olson, in a photography studio with side-lighting hitting her face prominently on the left side. Her body is turned slightly to the left, but she faces the camera directly. She wears glasses, a necklace, and a sailor-collar top with a light-colored ribbon trim. A stiff paper frame with an oval cut-out covers the photograph. Together, they have been placed inside a folder with an ornate pattern embossing on the front cover. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth222810/
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