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  Partner: George Ranch Historical Park
 County: Fort Bend County, TX
 Decade: 1900-1909
[Gold pocket watch with "JHPD" engraved on the front]

[Gold pocket watch with "JHPD" engraved on the front]

Date: December 25, 1905
Creator: unknown
Description: Gold pocket watch with "JHPD" engraved on the front. Watch made by "PATER, PHILIPPE & CIE GENEVE". Engraved on back of watch: "J.H.P. Davis Dec. 25, 1905" Found in 2000.085.096
Contributing Partner: George Ranch Historical Park
[Ring]

[Ring]

Date: [1909]
Creator: unknown
Description: Misc. small family jewelry GF vault Old Object Term: Jewelry, ring, triangle on outside, Inside contains latin writing "Virlus junnit" , A.P. George August 1909
Contributing Partner: George Ranch Historical Park
[Postcard image of a child and a man outdoors]

[Postcard image of a child and a man outdoors]

Date: 1900 - 1920
Creator: unknown
Description: Postcard image of a child and a man outdoors. The child, standing to the left of the photo, is wearing a white short pants suit. The man is on his hands and knees beneath a palm plant. There is foliage and a wooden fence (near center right) in the background. Partial view of a large wooden building with turret in left background. The postcard was cut, so the text on back is only partially viewed. Partial text reads: "-Ost Card [Postmark] Sep [not legible] [1 cent green stamp with image of Ben Franklin and his birth death date of 1706 1790] Mrs. A. P. George". Other partial text in blue ink.
Contributing Partner: George Ranch Historical Park
[T. B. Wessendorff residence in Richmond, Texas]

[T. B. Wessendorff residence in Richmond, Texas]

Date: 1901 - 1905
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of the T. B. Wessendorff residence in Richmond, Texas. This photograph copy was found in envelope 2000.053.010a. The house is a two and a half story white wooden house with dark trim. The house has a porch that wraps around one corner. The house has diamond shaped accents on windows and painted on the turret above the corner porch. There is a second floor balcony area on either side of the turret. Each gable of the roof has an half circle shaped window. There is a dormer to the left of the turret. The house is enclosed by a white picket fence. There is a hexagon shaped building to the left rear of the house and a white wooden building to the right rear. Text at bottom of photo reads: "T. B. Wessendorff. Res. Richmond Tex. 11."
Contributing Partner: George Ranch Historical Park
[A group of men on horseback, a few men are standing]

[A group of men on horseback, a few men are standing]

Date: 1900 - 1920
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph that was possibly brought back from Cuba by J.H.P. Davis. This photo was found with others that he brought from Cuba. The photograph shows several men on horseback. There are four men standing (two near right center, and two on far right) near the group who are not on horses. One man wearing dark pants, long sleeved shirt, suspenders, and a hat is holding reins to a horse in the foreground. There is a fence and trees in the background. The photograph is mounted on a gray cardboard substrate. Image dimensions are: 20.8 cm x 12.2 cm.
Contributing Partner: George Ranch Historical Park
[Cowboy and cattle in cattle shoots and pens]

[Cowboy and cattle in cattle shoots and pens]

Date: 1900 - 1920
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph may have been brought back from Cuba by J.H.P. Davis. This photograph was with other photos that were brought from there by Davis. The photograph shows a cowboy standing (center) on one of many wooden partitions that form cattle shoots and pens. There are cattle peering through the wooden partition in foreground. Partial view of a white wooden building seen between trees in the top left corner of photograph; trees on right. The photograph is mounted on a gray matte with a thick dark gray border around perimeter of image and again around the edge of the matte. Written on the back of the image: "Cows and dipping vat." Image dimensions are approximately: "17.9 cm x 12.8 cm".
Contributing Partner: George Ranch Historical Park
[Photograph of Moore Family]

[Photograph of Moore Family]

Date: 1900
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of Moore Family. Seated in the front are John Matthew (father) wearing a dark jacket and light colored, pin-striped pants. He has a high-collared shirt on with a dark tie. Seated next to him is Lottie Dyer (mother) wearing a dark dress with embroidered flowers running down the center of the skirt. John Foster Dyer is seated next to Lottie and wearing a dark suit with a striped tie. Standing behind him is John M. wearing a dark double breasted jacket with a light colored tie. Next to him, in the center of the back row, is Raymond. He is wearing a dark, pin-striped three piece suit. To his right, Ivy is wearing a light colored dress, with dark edging around the collar. To her left is Etta Mae wearing a light colored, knee-length dress with lace around the collar.
Contributing Partner: George Ranch Historical Park
[Postcard image of the first George Ranch House]

[Postcard image of the first George Ranch House]

Date: 1900 - 1911
Creator: unknown
Description: Postcard image of the first George Ranch House. The photograph shows the southeast corner of the white wooden story and a half house. The house was built in 1899 (completed in 1900) with the design work by Nicholas Clayton, a famous Galveston architect. The white house has dark trim around windows, trim boards, and porch posts. The porch, located on portions of the south and east sides of the house, has ornate trim work at top with white balustrade and dark painted rail. Bay windows on northeast and southwest corners have different roof lines. White picket fence encloses the ranch house yard. Small oak tree in foreground. Larger oak tree in left background. Text on back of postcard: "Post Card This Side For The Address Place Postage Stamp Here".
Contributing Partner: George Ranch Historical Park
[Photograph of the first George Ranch House]

[Photograph of the first George Ranch House]

Date: 1900 - 1911
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of the first George Ranch House. The house was built in 1899 (completed in 1900) with the design work by Nicholas Clayton, a famous Galveston architect. The photograph shows the southeast corner of the white wooden story and a half house. The white house has dark trim around windows, trim boards, and porch posts. The porch, located on portions of the south and east sides of the house, has ornate trim work at top with white balustrade and dark painted rail. Bay windows on northeast and southwest corners have different roof lines. The house has three brick chimneys and three dormers (two on east side and one on south). A white picket fence encloses the ranch house yard with a wire fence outside of picket fence line. Two small oak trees are visible in the yard. Oak tree on left side of photograph and several oak trees on right. Partial view of a white wooden building in left background. The photograph bears an accession number from the Fort Bend Museum with note in accession files "photos given to George Foundation 7-16-82".
Contributing Partner: George Ranch Historical Park
[Photograph of the George Ranch house]

[Photograph of the George Ranch house]

Date: 1900 - 1911
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph (copy) of the George Ranch house. The house is a white wooden one and a half story home with dark trim. Note attached to back of photo reads: "Rebuilt George House 1st Home Burned Same Foundat. as Orig. House". Also note written on back in pencil: "Clayton House - Southview". The house, center and right of photo, is enclosed by a white picket fence with a white post and barb wire fence surrounding the picket fence. There are several small trees inside of the yard. There is a white building on left of photo with a saw horse on the side.
Contributing Partner: George Ranch Historical Park
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