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  Partner: George Ranch Historical Park
 Decade: 1950-1959
 Collection: George Ranch Museum Collection
[Color photograph of a man and woman standing in a yard]

[Color photograph of a man and woman standing in a yard]

Date: March 20, 1950
Creator: unknown
Description: Color photograph of a man and woman standing in a yard in front of a white wooden two story house. The white house has dark painted shutters and foliage that covers the front exterior of the house. There is a small bare tree in left foreground. A two story wooden house with large white columns in right background. Written in blue ink on back of photo: "Dentist [&] his wife in Houston". Black text on back reads: "This Is A KodaColor Print Made By Eastman Kodak Company T. M. Regis. U. S. Pat. Off. Week of Mar. 20, 1950". The photograph was taken from the Mamie Davis photo album page 12, top right.
Contributing Partner: George Ranch Historical Park
[Color photograph of four people]

[Color photograph of four people]

Date: June 16, 1951
Creator: unknown
Description: Color photograph of four people standing beneath the Nancy Jones oak tree in the George Ranch house yard. The man on far left is unidentified, beginning at second from left: Albert Peyton George, Mamie Davis George, and probably Pete Frost. There is a wooden bench to the left side of the photograph. The north facade (back) of the George Ranch house is in left background. Small white wooden pump house in right background with partial view of the cistern house on far right. Stamped on back in blue: "This is a Kodachrome Enlargement made by Eastman Kodak Company [line not legible] Jun 16 '51 8". The photograph was in Mamie George's photo album page 8.
Contributing Partner: George Ranch Historical Park
[Color photograph of the Nancy Jones oak tree]

[Color photograph of the Nancy Jones oak tree]

Date: 1954
Creator: unknown
Description: Color 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. Two wooden benches and most of the yard are shaded by the large sprawling branches of the oak. Wooden picnic tables to left of tree. Shrubs and tops of shrubs in foreground. Two white buildings on right side of the photograph with one in foreground bearing a rounded roofline. Two smaller wooden buildings in center background. Small white pump house and storage tank near left side of photo. Written on back in pencil: "Mary Jones Tree House." Text on back in black print reads: "This Is A Kodacolor Print Made By Eastman Kodak Company T. M. Regis, U. S. Pat. Off. Week of July 12, 1954 II I".
Contributing Partner: George Ranch Historical Park
[Color photograph of two women standing in the George Ranch House yard]

[Color photograph of two women standing in the George Ranch House yard]

Date: March 20, 1950
Creator: unknown
Description: Color photograph of two women standing in the George Ranch House yard. The woman on the left is Mamie Davis George. The two women are standing near the white picket fence with tall light post to the right. The northeast corner of the house is visible on the left side of the photo. The two story white house has enclosed porch and balcony area with brick corner support. Grazing cattle in the George Ranch pasture and a long pole barn can be seen in the background. Text on back of photo reads: "This Is A KodaColor Print Made By Eastman Kodak Company T. M. Regis. U. S. Pat. Off. Week of Mar. 20, 1950 11 2". The photograph was taken from the Mamie George photo album page 12, top left.
Contributing Partner: George Ranch Historical Park
[Driveway extending from the George Ranch house]

[Driveway extending from the George Ranch house]

Date: July 12, 1954
Creator: unknown
Description: Color photograph of the George Ranch house. A driveway extends from the left side of the photo and continues in front of the ranch house. There are white fence posts on either side of the driveway. The ranch house is a white wooden two story house with screened upper and lower porches. Tall oak trees surround the house. There is a man sitting beneath one large tree in the center of the photograph. Stamped on back of photo in black: "This Is A Kodacolor Print Made By Eastman Kodak Company T. M. Regis. U. S. Pat. Off. Week of July 12, 1954 II I".
Contributing Partner: George Ranch Historical Park
[The driveway leading to the George Ranch house]

[The driveway leading to the George Ranch house]

Date: May 29, 1950
Creator: unknown
Description: Color photograph of the driveway leading to the George Ranch house. The left of photo shows oak trees with surrounding shrubbery and flowers. The neatly trimmed edges near the cement drive fork off at a triangular area that contains a pine tree surrounded by gladiolas. The opposite side of the triangular area has more oak trees with shrubbery and flowers. Beyond the foliage lined driveway is a George Ranch pasture. Text on back of photo reads: "This Is A KodaColor Print Made By Eastman Kodak Company T. M. Regis. U. S. Pat. Off. Week Of May 29, 1950 11 2". The photograph was taken from the Mamie George photo album page 12, top right. This photograph was beneath photograph 2000.041.001u.
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[Dry Creek at George Ranch]

[Dry Creek at George Ranch]

Date: 1954
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of the George Ranch. Dry Creek is in the foreground with large trees on right. The George Ranch house is in the left background. The house is a two story white wooden house with fence posts of front pasture in front of it. There is a white barn in center of photo. Stamped on back of photo in black: "H383". The back of the photo is watermarked: "Kodak Velox Paper". Image is slightly blurred.
Contributing Partner: George Ranch Historical Park
[Envelope that contained four photographs of the George Ranch]

[Envelope that contained four photographs of the George Ranch]

Date: May 28, 1954
Creator: unknown
Description: Envelope that contained four photographs of the George Ranch. The front of the envelope has blanks with information to be filled in such as Name: "John Wendt" (written in pencil) and Date: "May 28 1954" (stamped in purple). Filled in next to Rolls blank is a black stamp "H383". Next to Prints: " 1 10" in pencil and total: "10"; prints of each: "1". Stamped in purple: "SAVE Return enough of these envelopes to show a total of $5.00 work of finishing work done in YOUR name and same drug store name and we will make you a 8 x 10 enlargement from your negative for only 15 cents. Ell Envelopes must hear? this notice". Text on back in black: "Expert Photo Finishing Service" and in purple: "John Bros. Drug 1201 Quiltrnan ? St. B 3-3611 The Floyd Company 710 Gale M. 3-8494 Houston 9, Texas" Developing �" written in brown trim.
Contributing Partner: George Ranch Historical Park
[Family photograph taken at the Linke residence]

[Family photograph taken at the Linke residence]

Date: 1952 - 1953
Creator: unknown
Description: Full length family photograph taken at the Linke residence. Written on back of photograph in blue ink: "Family photo. Taken at the Linke residence, circa 1952 or 1953 (L to R) Adults (sic) Herman Christ, Nelson Linke, Bernice Christ, Ricky Christ, Kathleen Christ, Hilda Linke Leo Linke (front row children L to R) Jeannie Christ, Janie Christ, Cynthia Linke". From far left, two of the men are standing, five of the people are sitting on an upholstered sofa, and three children are sitting on the floor in foreground. The young man seated on the sofa is holding an envelope and paper money in his hands.
Contributing Partner: George Ranch Historical Park
[George Ranch house and yard after a freeze]

[George Ranch house and yard after a freeze]

Date: February 1951
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of the George Ranch house and yard after a freeze. The wire fence is ice covered along with a tree in the center of the photograph. The George Ranch house is a two story white wooden house on the left side of the photograph. The east face of the house has covered porch areas on first and second floor. Large oak trees in front of and to the right of the house. The photograph is bordered by a black pattern that has "Fox Co." printed in the top right and bottom left corners. Stamped on back in black: "Fox-Tone Print Fox Co. [outline of fox] San Antonio, Texas February 1951".
Contributing Partner: George Ranch Historical Park