Date: 1900 - 1911
Description: Photograph of the A.P. George Ranch House that was, according to the "1996 George Ranch Historical Park Interpreter Training Manual", built in 1899 (completed in 1900) with design work by Nicholas Clayton, a famous Galveston architect. The photo shows the east faï¿½ade of the white wooden story and a half house. Two dormers on the east face are located on either side of one of the three brick chimneys. Bay windows, center one opened, are located on the northeast corner of the home. On the porch, which wraps around the east and south portions of the house, a man, probably J.H.P. Davis, is seated on a bench. A second man, possibly A.P. George, is sitting on the rail of the porch near the southeast corner. There are two small bare trees (one in yard, one outside of yard) in front of house. A cistern house is on the right side of the house with the top of a windmill visible just above the cistern. White picket fence encloses the yard. Wire fence extending from front gate to left side of photograph appears to be a pen for ducks (three ducks near third fence post from left). Two horses, one white ...
Contributing Partner: George Ranch Historical Park