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Holland Hotel Sculpture

Holland Hotel Sculpture

Date: 1902
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of a sculpture in the main corridor of the Holland Hotel. The sculpture has a cupid figure sitting on top of a half horse/half crustacean creature. The sculpture is situated on top of a pedestal. In the background is a large staircase with an ornate banister and lights hanging from the ceiling. Typed across the bottom of the photograph is, "Art in the main corridor of the Holland".
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[Interior of the Holland Hotel]

[Interior of the Holland Hotel]

Date: 1902
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of the lobby of the Holland Hotel in Orange, Texas in 1902.
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Orange Leader Daily Tribune Newsboys

Orange Leader Daily Tribune Newsboys

Date: 1903
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of seven newsboys with their arms full of newspapers with Arthur Ford in front of the Orange, Texas newspaper office. The sign on the window reads, "Orange Leader, Daily Tribune". In front of that door stands a man in suspenders, hat and tie. The boys wear jackets, ties, knickers and hats. Arthur Ford wears a jacket, hat and necktie. Four of the boys are on small horses. Written on the bottom border is, "Orange Daily Tribune NewsBoys. October 15th, 1902". On the matte is a piece of paper with typed words that say, "1903 ORANGE DAILY LEADER - The Orange Daily Leader plant was located in the Rein building on Fifth Street, Oct. 15, 1903, at current location of Unitedbank, Orange. The Orange Daily Leader newsboys were captured in a pose with Arthur Ford, first cousin of the late W.H. Stark, Ford later became editor of American Lumber magazine of Chicago."
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Orange Leader Daily Tribune Newsboys

Orange Leader Daily Tribune Newsboys

Date: 1903
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of seven newsboys with their arms full of newspapers with Arthur Ford in front of the Orange, Texas newspaper office. The sign on the window reads, "Orange Leader, Daily Tribune". In front of that door stands a man in suspenders, hat and tie. The boys wear jackets, ties, knickers and hats. Arthur Ford wears a jacket, hat and necktie. Four of the boys are on small horses.
Contributing Partner: Heritage House Museum
[Orange Rice Mill]

[Orange Rice Mill]

Date: 1903
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of the Orange Rice Mill on the Sabine River in 1903.
Contributing Partner: Heritage House Museum
[Men and Women on the Bank of the Port Arthur Canal]

[Men and Women on the Bank of the Port Arthur Canal]

Date: January 27, 1908
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of the canal in Port Arthur, Texas. Men and women stand along the shore. Boats are pulled over to the shore. The Revenue Cutter "Windom" is in the background.
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[Hobson School Singing Group]

[Hobson School Singing Group]

Date: 1909
Creator: unknown
Description: Hobson School Singing Group in 1909. Men, women and children stand in four rows outside the school building holding books. Someone has written on the photo and numbered each individual but the names are not available.
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[Mariana Loracana and Wife]

[Mariana Loracana and Wife]

Date: 1909
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of Mariana Loiacana and his wife in 1909.
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[Business Houses on Front Street]

[Business Houses on Front Street]

Date: 1910
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of a corner on Front and Fourth Street in Orange, Texas. Horse-drawn carts are on the streets. Where Smith Cleaners is now. Once was the longest bar in Texas. The Stark Building is to the right.
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Crowd Waiting on U.S. Navy Torpedo Boats

Crowd Waiting on U.S. Navy Torpedo Boats

Date: 1910
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of a large crowd with many children on the waterfront waiting for the U.S. Navy Torpedo Boats to arrive in Orange, Texas in 1910. Most of the crowd wears hats and some carry umbrellas. In the foreground is an American Flag. In the background are telephone poles, fences, large buildings and trees.
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