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  Partner: Fort Bend Museum
 Decade: 1910-1919
 Year: 1916
[Progress Band of Fairchilds, Texas]

[Progress Band of Fairchilds, Texas]

Date: 1916
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph (copy) of the Progress Band of Fairchilds, Texas in 1916. Probably the first band of Fort Bend County. The large drum to the left of the band members proclaims their name: PROGRESS BAND. The members are wearing dark jackets with white pants, and band hats. Fourth from right has been identified as E. H. Walenta; and second from left has been identified as B. B. Stavinoha. The band (holding their instruments) is standing in front of a white wooden building. {one copy shows a young child squatted on the edge of a porch on far left of photo, both copies are marked 1982.033.012. Scanned image is of the copy.
Contributing Partner: Fort Bend Museum
[Rosenberg Public School students c. 1916]

[Rosenberg Public School students c. 1916]

Date: 1916
Creator: unknown
Description: Photographic postcard of Rosenberg Public School students, ca. 1916. Students are standing in front of a white wooden building. The teacher, wearing a dark three-piece suit, is standing to the right of photo. He has his hands behind his back. A bicycle wheel can be seen on far right of photo.
Contributing Partner: Fort Bend Museum
[Two children and three dogs in Rosenberg, TX]

[Two children and three dogs in Rosenberg, TX]

Date: 1916
Creator: unknown
Description: Photographic postcard of two children and three dogs in front of two story house in Rosenberg, TX. Boy is probably Norveil Phillippi. Reverse side is marked in pencil, This is the picture of our home. Hattie is Norveil Phillippi's mother. The family moved to the Rosenberg area between 1904 and 1908.
Contributing Partner: Fort Bend Museum
[Two oil derricks]

[Two oil derricks]

Date: 1916
Creator: unknown
Description: Postcard issued by Bank of the Southwest using images from F.J. Schlueter Collection. Image is of two oil derricks. Car and wagon are on the road in front of the derricks. Text on the back of the postcard reads, "For a long time, oil has been the biggest game in town. Even in 1916 when Houston thoroughfares had as many horses and buggies as automobiles. Photograph from the Bank of the Southwest--F.J. Schlueter Collection." Image is from ca. 1920, but postcard is from ca. 1970.
Contributing Partner: Fort Bend Museum
["Up To Date Farming" July 1, 1916]

["Up To Date Farming" July 1, 1916]

Date: July 1, 1916
Creator: unknown
Description: Newsletter called "Up To Date Farming," July 1, 1916.
Contributing Partner: Fort Bend Museum