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  Partner: George Ranch Historical Park
 Decade: 1960-1969
 Year: 1961
 Collection: George Ranch Museum Collection
[Photograph of the Nancy Jones oak tree]

[Photograph of the Nancy Jones oak tree]

Date: 1961
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of the Nancy Jones oak tree in the George Ranch house yard. According to the "1996 George Ranch Historical Park Interpreter Training Manual", the oak tree was planted in 1824 by Nancy Jones. A ladder can be seen near the bottom branches on the left side of the tree with a picnic table near the ladder. There are two wooden picnic tables and two white benches in right corner. Shrubs in foreground. Partial view of a white building on right. Wooden fence leads to George barns (roof tops visible in left to center background). A small white pump house is almost obscured by the trunk of the tree near center. The storage tank sits to the right of the pump house. Long white building on other side of wire fence in left background. Written on back of photograph in blue ink: "Oak Tree at Georges 100 yrs old-". Stamped on back of photograph in black: "Photograph by David J. & Mattie V. Morris Box 428 S. Houston, Texas 2709".
Contributing Partner: George Ranch Historical Park
[Photograph of the Nancy Jones oak tree in the George Ranch house yard]

[Photograph of the Nancy Jones oak tree in the George Ranch house yard]

Date: 1961
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of the Nancy Jones oak tree in the George Ranch house yard. According to the "1996 George Ranch Historical Park Interpreter Training Manual" the tree was planted in 1824 by Nancy Jones. Four chairs made from tree stumps in foreground; three men are standing near a truck with tall platform and cables on back (water well truck?) can be seen to right rear of tree (partially obscured by a shrub in foreground). Partial view of a white building on left; small white wooden building on left between trees. Wooden fence in center background; white building partially visible in right background. (Photograph 2000.037.015 is similar, however, men near truck are in different positions). Stamped in blue on back: Photograph by David J. Morris Houston Post, Houston, Texas".
Contributing Partner: George Ranch Historical Park
[Photograph of the Nancy Jones oak tree in the George Ranch house yard]

[Photograph of the Nancy Jones oak tree in the George Ranch house yard]

Date: 1961
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of the Nancy Jones oak tree in the George Ranch house yard. According to the "1996 George Ranch Historical Park Interpreter Training Manual", the oak tree was planted by Nancy Jones in 1824. Picnic table with two benches in right foreground. Small white pump house with tank to left of tree trunk. Wooden fence in left background, wire fence from center to right background. A smaller oak tree to the right of photo has ferns planted around it. Long white building in extends from left center to right edge of photograph. Written on back of .001 in ink: "AP George Ranch 192". 001 also has an alternate ID 77.84.101 and was listed in the Fort Bend Museum with this number as being "given to the George Foundation 7-16-82".
Contributing Partner: George Ranch Historical Park
[Photograph of the Nancy Jones oak tree in the George Ranch house yard]

[Photograph of the Nancy Jones oak tree in the George Ranch house yard]

Date: 1961
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of the Nancy Jones oak tree in the George Ranch house yard. According to the "1996 George Ranch Historical Park Interpreter Training Manual" the oak tree was planted in 1824 by Nancy Jones. Four chairs made from tree stumps in foreground; three men are standing near a truck with tall platform and cables on back (water well truck?) can be seen to right rear of tree (partially obscured by a shrub in foreground). Partial view of a white building on left; small white wooden building on left between trees. Wooden fence in center background; white building partially visible in right background. (Photograph 2000.037.016 is similar, however, men near truck are in different positions). Photograph has a circled "2" written in pencil in bottom left corner. Written on back in pencil: "negative #363". Stamped in blue on back: Photograph by David J. Morris Houston Post, Houston, Texas".
Contributing Partner: George Ranch Historical Park
[Photograph of the Nancy Jones oak tree in the George Ranch house yard]

[Photograph of the Nancy Jones oak tree in the George Ranch house yard]

Date: 1961
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of the Nancy Jones oak tree in the George Ranch house yard. According to the "1996 George Ranch Historical Park Interpreter Training Manual", the oak tree was planted in 1824 by Nancy Jones. A ladder can be seen near the bottom branches on the left side of the tree with a picnic table near the ladder. There are two wooden picnic tables and two white benches in right corner. Shrubs in foreground. Partial view of a white building on right. Wooden fence leads to George barns (roof tops visible in left to center background). A small white pump house is almost obscured by the trunk of the tree near center. The storage tank sits to the right of the pump house. Long white building on other side of wire fence in left background. Written on back in blue ink: "Old Oak at George Ranch Its 100 years old Planted by Mrs. Georges Grandmother 1961". Stamped on back in black: "Photograph By David J. & Mattie V. Morris Box 428 So. Houston, Texas 2709". Same image as 2000.037.017.
Contributing Partner: George Ranch Historical Park
[Photograph of the Nancy Jones oak tree in the George Ranch yard]

[Photograph of the Nancy Jones oak tree in the George Ranch yard]

Date: 1961
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of the Nancy Jones oak tree in the George Ranch house yard. According to the "1996 George Ranch Historical Park Interpreter Training Manual", the oak tree was planted by Nancy Jones in 1824. Picnic table with two benches in right foreground. Small white pump house with tank to left of tree trunk. Wooden fence in left background, wire fence from center to right background. A smaller oak tree to the right of photo has ferns planted around it. Long white building in extends from left center to right edge of photograph. Written on back of .001 in ink: "AP George Ranch 192". 001 also has an alternate ID 77.84.101 and was listed in the Fort Bend Museum with this number as being "given to the George Foundation 7-16-82".
Contributing Partner: George Ranch Historical Park