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  Partner: George Ranch Historical Park
 County: Harris County, TX
[Photograph of five men standing near an airplane]

[Photograph of five men standing near an airplane]

Date: 1945 - 1955
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of five men (full view of four) standing near an airplane that is being loaded with cattle. The plane has an image of a globe with wings (wings have "PAA" printed in them) and "CLIPPER CARGO" printed below globe image. The cattle "chute" is to the left of photograph and has "PAN AMERICAN WORLD AIRWAYS" printed along the bottom. Back of photograph in pencil identifies the men: "Left to Right 1. V. W. Frost 2. Senator H. Brownlee 3. A. P. George 4. J. W. Sartwelle" also notation reading "If man [with] raincoat cannot be identified by chronicle, call E. Pate (C-6336) Senator Brownlee".
Contributing Partner: George Ranch Historical Park
[Photograph of Heine Neidig and A. T. McDannald with the Champion Brahman]

[Photograph of Heine Neidig and A. T. McDannald with the Champion Brahman]

Date: 1950
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of Heine Neidig and A. T. McDannald with the Champion Brahman at the Houston Fat Stock Show and Livestock Exposition in 1950. Neidig is holding the steer's halter and lead rope in his right hand. McDannald is holding the champion banners in both of his hands. The sign posted above the stall partition reads: "Sponsored by A. T. McDannald Fed By Heine Neidig Seguin, Texas". The group is standing in a hay filled stall in a covered arena.
Contributing Partner: George Ranch Historical Park
[Photograph of Heine Neidig of Seguin, Texas with the sponsor of his champion steer]

[Photograph of Heine Neidig of Seguin, Texas with the sponsor of his champion steer]

Date: 1950
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of Heine Neidig of Seguin, Texas with the sponsor of his champion steer at the Houston Fat Stock Show and Livestock Exposition in 1950. Sign above Neidig's head reads: "Sponsored by A. T. McDannald Fed by Heine Neidig Seguin, Texas". The sponsor is holding two banners proclaiming Neidig's steer as champion. Hay in foreground; wooden panel in background.
Contributing Partner: George Ranch Historical Park
[Photograph of Heine Neidig with his Champion Brahman Steer]

[Photograph of Heine Neidig with his Champion Brahman Steer]

Date: 1950
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of Heine Neidig from Egin, Texas with his Champion Brahman (?) Steer Houston Fat Stock Show and Livestock Exposition Houston, Texas in 1950 as written on the banner over the back of the black steer. Neidig is holding the steer's halter and lead rope in his right hand. Neidig and the steer are standing in a hay filled stall located in an indoor arena. The stall number 627 is written on the wooden partition near the sign displaying Neidig's name.
Contributing Partner: George Ranch Historical Park
[Photograph of Jean Kiger with enclosed letter]

[Photograph of Jean Kiger with enclosed letter]

Date: 1960 - 1963
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of Jean Kiger with enclosed letter 2000.042.009a. Kiger was associated with Mr. And Mrs. Albert Peyton George through the Houston Fat Stock Show and Livestock Exposition where Kiger exhibited George Ranch cattle. The graduation portrait of Kiger shows her dressed in her graduation cap and gown. The cap partially covers her shoulder length dark blonde hair. The photograph is secured in a tan folder. The interior of the folder secures the photograph with a matte. The matte has an embossed frame around the perimeter of the photo. Engraved in silver and centered below the portrait: "Wheat Studio". Image dimensions are approximately: 11 cm X 16.1 cm.
Contributing Partner: George Ranch Historical Park
[Photograph of Jean Kiger with her champion steer]

[Photograph of Jean Kiger with her champion steer]

Date: 1947
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of Jean Kiger with her champion steer at the Houston Fat Stock Show and Livestock Exposition in 1947. Albert Peyton George is standing to the right of the young exhibitor. He is wearing a dark coat, three piece suit, dark print tie, and white shirt. Another man (unidentified) is standing next to George. The photograph was taken in the indoor arena. Other men in background. Stamped on back of photo in black: "Morris Photographs David J. and Mattie V. Morris Box 428, South Houston, Texas Print From Negative No. [in blue ink] 512".
Contributing Partner: George Ranch Historical Park
[Photograph of Jeff McLemore and Henry Frost]

[Photograph of Jeff McLemore and Henry Frost]

Date: unknown
Creator: Wright, Chas. J.
Description: Photograph of Jeff McLemore and Henry Frost. McLemore has dark hair and mustache. The full length portrait shows McLemore, who is dressed in a dark pin stripe three piece suit with his hat on his right knee, sitting on a rock ledge. Frost is balding and has a long beard. Frost, who is standing on the right side of the portrait, is wearing a dark knee length coat, dark pants, white shirt, dark colored ascot and his right arm is in a sling. Frost's left arm is behind his back. The photograph is mounted on a tan cardboard substrate with writing in pencil at bottom that reads: "Jeff McLemore, / Henry Frost". Text at bottom also reads: "Chas J. Wright 84 Main St. Houston, Texas". The back of the photograph is pink.
Contributing Partner: George Ranch Historical Park
[Photograph of Mr. Albert Peyton George sitting in the passenger side of a car]

[Photograph of Mr. Albert Peyton George sitting in the passenger side of a car]

Date: 1945 - 1955
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of Mr. Albert Peyton George sitting in the passenger side of a car. The passenger door is opened and Mr. George is turned to possibly exit the automobile. There is a man with his right hand extended toward George (to probably offer assistance). A woman (sitting in the driver's seat) is peering through car door to the right of Mr. George. Partial view of a man sitting in passenger side rear seat on far left of photograph. Bottom of photograph printed in white: "Shirer KC-M2". Written on back in pencil: "? Bob Armstrong". Stamped in red on back: "Photo Number [in pencil] 19549 When ordering additional prints Please refer to this number R. W. Shirer Livestock Photographer 210 Westport Rd. Kansas City, Mo. Je 2275".
Contributing Partner: George Ranch Historical Park
[Photograph of Mr. And Mrs. George taken at "The Plantation Houston"]

[Photograph of Mr. And Mrs. George taken at "The Plantation Houston"]

Date: 1945 - 1955
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of Mr. And Mrs. George taken at "The Plantation Houston" "Where Texans Dine and Dance to Nationally Famous Orchestras". Mr. And Mrs. George are seated third and fourth on left side of the table from foreground. A group of fifteen people can be seen at the table. The small tables that are linked together to form one large table carry drink glasses, whiskey bottles, plates, and other paper goods. There are other tables of people in background. The photograph is tucked into a gray folder accession 2000.026.015a.
Contributing Partner: George Ranch Historical Park
[Photograph of Mrs. Dickerson]

[Photograph of Mrs. Dickerson]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of Mrs. Dickerson. Mrs. Dickerson is wearing a dark colored dress with lace inset on the bodice. The button front ends at a band collar with ruffles at her throat. Streamers of ribbons attach at the left shoulder and the long sleeves are made of lace. Mrs. Dickerson's dark hair is curled at her forehead and temples and then pulled back into a bun. The photograph is mounted on a tan cardboard substrate. Text at bottom of cardboard reads: "From Anderson's 85 Main Street, Houston, Texas". The text is surrounded by a black pattern. Written on back in pencil: "Mrs Dickerson".
Contributing Partner: George Ranch Historical Park