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Causeway and Railroad Bridge

Causeway and Railroad Bridge

Date: unknown
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Description: Photograph of a postcard of a causeway and railroad bridge between Portland, TX and Corpus Christi, TX. The bridge appears to be made of wood. A single vehicle is parked on at the top of the bridge. Several people are walking by it. The railroad bridge is on the right. It is unoccupied. A small sign between the bridges reads, "Built 1921, cost $300,000.000, Your Money."
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Celebrating After a Hunt

Celebrating After a Hunt

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Cropped copy-photograph of hunters in San Antonio, TX. Two hunters, posing with guns, are standing next to a rack of ducks they have hunted during the day. Two other men are behind the rack of ducks, leaning against the counters, propped up on one elbow. All the men are wearing hats. The shelves around the store are stocked with many different goods.
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Chiles Food Store and Post Office

Chiles Food Store and Post Office

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Cropped copy-photograph of Chiles Food Store, Post Office, and Gas Station in Portland, Texas. Three stores are pictured in one building and several gas pumps are in front of the stores. The three signs read, "Texas Star Oil Co.," "U.S. Post Office," and "Food Store." Two people are standing in front of the oil company store.
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Club House

Club House

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Creator: unknown
Description: Cropped copy-photograph of a club house in Portland, TX. The house is a two-story wooden structure. A small, covered porch is shown over the front door. A chimney is shown on the right side of the roof. Each side of the house has several windows. Two large plants are in the front of the house behind a long, picket fence. A man is standing in front of the bush on the left side of the front door.
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[Coleman Fulton Pasture Company]

[Coleman Fulton Pasture Company]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Cropped copy-photograph of Coleman Fulton Pasture Company, Farm number 23, near Gregory, Texas. A group of five men wearing hats are posing outside of a building; four of the men are on a horse-drawn wagon. The wooden building has a sign above the door that says "Portland - Farm."
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Coleman Fulton Pasture Company

Coleman Fulton Pasture Company

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Creator: unknown
Description: Cropped copy-photograph of a a placard about Sinton, TX. The placard describes various pleasant things about the city. At the top, the title reads, "This is Sinton" and "You Are Welcome to Our City."
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Coleman Fulton Pasture Company

Coleman Fulton Pasture Company

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Description: Cropped copy-photograph of the a meat market in Sinton, TX. Accompanying information identifies the area as the meat market of the Coleman Fulton Pasture Company. Several buildings are shown in the image. A white, house-like building is to the far right. A small wooden building is in the middle background. The corner of a two-story brick building is shown on the far left. A large tree is in the middle in front of the buildings.
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[Coleman Fulton Pasture Company Department Heads]

[Coleman Fulton Pasture Company Department Heads]

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Creator: unknown
Description: Cropped copy-photograph of Coleman Fulton Pasture Company department heads. The first row (left to right) is identified as Professor Chas H. Weyland (Taft band), J. G. Willacy (Portland Development and Founder), Walter P. Napier (company attorney), Joseph F. Green (company manager), H. V. Fetick (Taft Ranch Industries), W. S. Clark (editor Taft Tribune), W. L. Weber (manager of Taft Oil Mill), and A. M. Brooks (manager of Taft store). The middle row is identified as Fritz W. Hoepfner (cattle), E. N. Tutt (assistant to Green), W. P. Mullen (lumber yards), Raymond Mullen (cashier at Taft Bank), A. W. Scrivener (paint department), G. H. Harries (grain elevator), John Oliver (Rincon Ranch), A. C. Tutt (Taft Subdivision), and R. O. Tackett (cotton farms). The back row is identified as Robert Toland (Farm 24), Dr. L. Penrod (physician), Claud Hunt (Farm 21), C. J. Meyer (auditor), Adrian Gudein (land breaking), A. H. Barnett (cashier at First National Bank), Gregory William Lillico (Coast Dairy), R. H. Anderson (water department), and J. F. Cruickshank (La Quinta Garden).
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[Cotton Harvesting]

[Cotton Harvesting]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of cotton harvesting in a field. A piece of farming equipment is emptying cotton into a trailer. In the background, there is another trailer.
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[Cotton Harvesting Equipment]

[Cotton Harvesting Equipment]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Cropped copy-photograph of cotton harvesting equipment in a field. One woman and three men are standing beside two machines; the machines both say "McCormick" at the top.
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