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  Partner: Fort Bend Museum
 Decade: 1880-1889
[Alexander D. McNabb I]

[Alexander D. McNabb I]

Date: 1885
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of "Alexander D. McNabb I, perhaps about 1885. Born May 4, 1854 and died February 20, 1911. He was the first child of John McNabb and Mary Smith McNabb. He is buried in Morton Cemetery in Richmond" as identified on back of photograph in pen. Photograph is of a young man with thin, dark hair and mustache. He is wearing a three piece (light colored) suit with different color (or perhaps fabric) trim on inside portion of lapel. He has on a white shirt and light colored bow tied tie. Photograph is mounted on a cardboard substrate with " Cabinet Portrait. C.J. Wright. Houston" Printed in black at the bottom. The back of the cardboard is pink with multi-circular designs as background. Written in back under a drawing of a camera, paint palette, brushes in front of the sun and an emblem is: I HAVE ENGAGED THE SUN TO SHINE FOR ME. C. J. WRIGHT, HOUSTON, TEXAS. ALL NEGATIVES PRESERVED. Duplicates may be obtained at any time.
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[T.B. Wessendorff as a boy about 12 or 13 years old.]

[T.B. Wessendorff as a boy about 12 or 13 years old.]

Date: 1885
Creator: unknown
Description: Photographic portrait of T.B. Wessendorff as a boy about 12 or 13 years old. Writing on reverse of image dates photo to 1885 or 1886. 3/4 body portrait cuts off just below knees. Wessendorff is pictured in a dark 3-piece suit with woven check pattern. His right hand is resting on the back of a fringed chair.
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[T.B. Wessendorff as a teenager.]

[T.B. Wessendorff as a teenager.]

Date: 1888
Creator: Lorenz, C.O.
Description: Photographic portrait of T.B. Wessendorff as a teenager. Wessendorff is wearing a dark suit jacket and vest, pinstriped necktie, and white high-collar shirt. Mounted on tan cardboard substrate with scalloped edges.
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Belter Victorian settee with old rose upholstery.

Belter Victorian settee with old rose upholstery.

Date: 1880
Creator: unknown
Description: Belter Victorian settee with old rose upholstery. The back has two large, round upholstered sections (one on either end) and a lower center piece with some upholstery and decorative latticework. The wooden frame has several carved decorations on the arms, legs, and other segments.
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[Carrie E. Secrest (Jeffries)]

[Carrie E. Secrest (Jeffries)]

Date: 1883
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of Carrie E. Secrest (Jeffries), born February 15, 1865. This photo was taken when Carrie was 18 years old. She is the daughter of Felix G. & Martha Ann Secrest. Information was written on the back of the photo in blue ink. Carrie is wearing a dress with dark colors and insets of lighter colors with stripe. The dress has a jacket with dark trim. She is wearing a scarf with fringe at bottom and tied at the neckline. Carrie has a hat with light and dark colors and feathers on right. She has very long wavy hair that is braided into braid thrown over her right shoulder. She is seated in an upholstered chair and has her left arm resting on a tasseled arm of chair.
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[Charlie Anders, Joe Anders, John Baker, George Baker, Albert George, and Earl McFarland]

[Charlie Anders, Joe Anders, John Baker, George Baker, Albert George, and Earl McFarland]

Date: 1883
Creator: unknown
Description: Tintype image of six boys identified (from copy in George Family Archives) as: Charlie Anders, Joe Anders, John Baker, George Baker, Albert George, and Earl McFarland. Three boys in the front row are seated (the two on the left are wearing dark jackets and hats, all three are not wearing shoes.) The three boys in back row are standing (boy in center is wearing a dark vest, striped shirt, light hat).
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[Charlien Gloyd McNabb]

[Charlien Gloyd McNabb]

Date: 1886
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of "Charlien Gloyd McNabb. Born September 27, 1868 and died June 10, 1929. Her maiden name was Charlien Clara Annie Gloyd. She was the only child of Carry A. Nation. This picture is a reproduction from the original picture made about 1886, estimated" as written on paper stapled to the inside of the folder. McNabb has long dark wavy hair that is loose and flowing down her sides. She is leaning against an ornate wooden structure that has printed fabric folded across it on the left. McNabb has her hands clasped and at her face. She is wearing a dark, long sleeved dress with high collar. A strip of white can be seen at the top of her collar. Photograph is enclosed in a gray folder and was placed in a framed matte.
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[Charlien McNabb with very long hair, daughter of Carry Nation.]

[Charlien McNabb with very long hair, daughter of Carry Nation.]

Date: 1885
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of Charlien McNabb, daughter of Carry Nation. Charlien is wearing a dark dress with buttons down the front. The dress has a high collar with white inset. Her long wavy hair is draped down her sides and reaches to her knees when seated. She is seated in a chair and has her elbows resting on the arm of the chair. Her hands are brought up to her face. A length of floral patterned fabric is draped across the arm of the chair to the left of the photo. Portrait ends at the knee. The photograph is mounted on a tan cardboard substrate. Bottom of cardboard reads: DEANE. 306 PRESTON STREET, HOUSTON, TEXAS. Back of photo in pencil is written: Your loving Charlie to Uncle and Aunt Love (?).
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Crandal's Telegraph Splice barbed wire, Patented May 24, 1881

Crandal's Telegraph Splice barbed wire, Patented May 24, 1881

Date: May 24, 1881
Creator: unknown
Description: Crandal's Telegraph Splice barbed wire, Patented May 24, 1881
Contributing Partner: Fort Bend Museum
Dodge and Washburn barbed wire, Patented January 4, 1882

Dodge and Washburn barbed wire, Patented January 4, 1882

Date: January 4, 1882
Creator: unknown
Description: Dodge and Washburn barbed wire, Patented January 4, 1882
Contributing Partner: Fort Bend Museum
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