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  Partner: George Ranch Historical Park
 County: Fort Bend County, TX
[Aerial photograph of the George Ranch site next to the highway]

[Aerial photograph of the George Ranch site next to the highway]

Date: January 13, 1953
Creator: unknown
Description: Aerial photograph of the George Ranch site. The highway near bottom right of photo, Farm to Market 762, leads to the George Ranch by turning left at the white wooden entryway. The ranch driveway is lined by white fence posts and trees. Cattle are grazing in the pasture near left bottom of photo. The George Ranch house is on the far left of photo. The two story white wooden house is obscured by large oak trees. There is a large barn to the right of the house and another smaller barn near center left. The town of Richmond is visible from center background to right background. Note the water tower near center right. Written in blue ink on back of photo: "Albert George" 1/13/53".
Contributing Partner: George Ranch Historical Park
[Aerial photograph of the house and the driveway at George Ranch]

[Aerial photograph of the house and the driveway at George Ranch]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Aerial photograph of the George Ranch house and ranch site. The driveway that leads to the George Ranch begins near the bottom left corner of the photograph. A right turn down the driveway leads to the circular drive in front of the two story white wooden ranch house. The ranch house has the upper and lower porches screened. A small round roof visible above the left roof corner of the ranch house belongs to the cistern house. The ranch house (and cistern house) are enclosed by a white picket fence. The long white building to the left of the driveway is the chicken house. To the right of the chicken house is the garage which is partially obscured by trees. A white building to the right rear of the ranch house is one of two servants' quarter buildings. The other servant's house is obscured by trees. A driveway leads to several buildings on right of photo. Large white building with car parked to right of it has two opened doorways. Above this workshop is barn 1 and to the right of barn 1 is barn 2. Barn 3 is directly above barn 2, while directly above barn 1 is the ...
Contributing Partner: George Ranch Historical Park
[Aerial photograph taken directly over the top of George Ranch]

[Aerial photograph taken directly over the top of George Ranch]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Aerial photograph taken directly over the George Ranch. The George Ranch house is the white wooden two and a half story house surrounded by trees near the center of the photograph. The circular drive with flag pole at center is seen to the right of the house. The tree lined driveway leads from the house (below house, in this photo) and to the main highway - Farm to Market road 762 on far right. Another ranch entrance, which makes a sharp right at the main driveway, leads to the ranch workshop and barns. The first two buildings on this driveway (nearest to the house) are workshop and storage shed. The next two barns are Barn 1 on left and Barn 2 on right (of road). The teardrop (cattle) pens are easily distinguishable near the corner of Barn 1. The teardrop pen leads to the dipping vat. Across from the dipping vat and pens is Barn 3. Dry Creek extends from the right, horizontally. There is a large cluster of trees near the bank of Dry Creek at top center and top right corner of photograph.
Contributing Partner: George Ranch Historical Park
[Aerial view photograph of Richmond, Texas after the 1899 flood]

[Aerial view photograph of Richmond, Texas after the 1899 flood]

Date: July 8, 1899
Creator: unknown
Description: Aerial view photograph of Richmond, Texas after the 1899 flood. There are people and a man on horseback walking across the railroad track in the bottom right corner of the photograph The photograph shows the following businesses: A. Kochan Farming Implements, Brady Bros. Bakery and Grocery, Austin's Exchange Saloon. The Brazos River bridge is near the top right corner. Text near bottom of photo reads: "North View July 7 1899 No 7". The photograph is mounted on a tan cardboard substrate.
Contributing Partner: George Ranch Historical Park
[Albert Eben, Herbert Eben, Angie Eben, Angie Eben, and Leo Linke making sausage]

[Albert Eben, Herbert Eben, Angie Eben, Angie Eben, and Leo Linke making sausage]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph (copy) of two men and two women making sausage. Printed on back of photo in pencil: "sausage-making at Linke's House - 1938, 1939 "Sausage was delicious" (L to R) Albert Eben, Herbert Eben, Angie Eben, Angie Eben, Leo Linke 5-6 big hogs butchered each year." The group is standing next to a wooden table with sausage stuffer and large porcelain bowl (woman third from left has her left hand on the bowl) on top. There is a white wooden building in right background.
Contributing Partner: George Ranch Historical Park
[Albert George walking with a cane]

[Albert George walking with a cane]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Framed photograph of Albert George, probably taken at the Houston Livestock Show. Mr. George is dressed in a medium colored suit, white shirt, dark tie, hat, eyeglasses, and is walking with a cane. On the left lapel of his suit is a nametag that reads "MEMBER TEXAS AND SOUTHWESTERN CATTLE RAISER'S ASSOCIATION MR. A. P. GEORGE RICHMOND, TEXAS". Mr George is partially obscured by another man standing to his left in the foreground of the picture. Mr george appears to be being escorted by a man on his left, who is wearing a white shirt, a similar nametag with a ribbon attached to it, and with a large ring prominent on his right hand. Another man, dressed in black and wearing a similar nametag, is standing behind Mr. George to his right, and is partially obscured as well.
Contributing Partner: George Ranch Historical Park
[Albert Lamar George as a young boy, sitting with his legs crossed]

[Albert Lamar George as a young boy, sitting with his legs crossed]

Date: March 7, 1865
Creator: unknown
Description: Tintype photograph of Albert Lamar George as a young boy. He is seated in a chair with his left leg placed over his right. He appears to be holding something in his hands in his lap. He has a white, ruffled shirt on and a dark hat with a feather sticking out of the back. The photograph is enclosed in an ivory matte. Embossed on far left side of matte: " POTTERS PATENT MARCH 7 1865"
Contributing Partner: George Ranch Historical Park
[Albert Lamar George, seated and wearing a dark three piece suit and a hat]

[Albert Lamar George, seated and wearing a dark three piece suit and a hat]

Date: 1870
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of Albert Lamar George. He is seated wearing a dark three piece suit, with the jacket and vest unbuttoned. Underneath is a white shirt. He is wearing a light colored hat that is slightly tipped to his right side. He has a long goatee. Attached to a cardboard substrate.
Contributing Partner: George Ranch Historical Park
[Albert Lamar George wearing a light colored jacket, dark vest and white shirt]

[Albert Lamar George wearing a light colored jacket, dark vest and white shirt]

Date: 1870 - 1880
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of Albert Lamar George. He is wearing a light colored jacket, dark vest and white shirt. His hair is parted on his left side. He has a small mustache. Attached to a cardboard substrate.
Contributing Partner: George Ranch Historical Park
[Albert P. George and two men with a fox that was killed during a hunt]

[Albert P. George and two men with a fox that was killed during a hunt]

Date: 1938 - 1945
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of three men with a fox that was killed during a hunt. Albert Peyton George is seated at the wheel of an automobile. There is a man standing near front wheel of car who has his hand on the windshield and his gun leaning against his bent left knee. Another man is seated on the running board near the rear tire of the car. This man has his gun resting between his hands and near his left shoulder. The fox is stretched across the running board of the car. Written in ink on back of photograph: "Albert George At Wheel".
Contributing Partner: George Ranch Historical Park