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[View of the Plant]
Photograph of the Port Neches Works Plant, looking north. Multiple round structures and a series of buildings cover the grounds, and there is a road and railroad tracks to the west. The upper left hand corner reads "Port Neches Works, looking north 1952." Handwriting on the back and an accompanying card (with the Texaco logo on the bottom) label the photograph "View of the Plant looking north." texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth201805/
[View of Port Arthur Terminal]
Photograph of the Port Arthur Terminal, showing buildings and a handful of people in the foreground and multiple boats in the port in the background. The bottom right hand of the photograph has writing that reads "MFT 10405 P.A.T. 1901." An accompanying card (with the Texaco logo on it) labels the photograph "1901 View of Port Arthur Terminal." texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth201802/
[Texaco Products Display]
Photograph of an assortment of Texaco products arranged in front of a display with plants and a curtain. The display includes different types of motor oil canisters, buckets for axle grease, and lubricant packages. An accompanying card (with the Texaco logo on the bottom) labels the photograph "Display of Texaco products packaged in the early days." texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth201801/
[Texaco Trade Fair Exhibit]
Photograph of a roofing exhibit made by Texaco asphalt products. The exhibit is a covered patio that has Texaco slate covered shingles on its roof. There are women standing near the patio and a man underneath it. An accompanying card (with the Texaco logo at the bottom) labels the photograph "Texaco trade fair exhibit features asphalt roofing products." texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth201807/
[Making Accessories for Containers]
Photograph of an assembly line of seated women working in what appears to be a factory or warehouse, with one man standing near the front. The assembly line extends to the other end of the room and there are cables running from each station to the ceiling. An accompanying card (with the Texaco logo at the bottom) labels the photograph "Making accessories for containers." texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth201800/
[Fleet of Wagons]
Photograph of a line of Texaco tank wagons on a railway platform in front of three buildings. There are five men standing on the platform in front of the wagons, and one man sitting on top of a wagon. Text in the lower-left corner of the photograph reads, "Fleet of the Texas Company's wagons at Port Arthur." An accompanying card (with the Texaco logo at the bottom) labels the scene "Fleet of Texaco Tank Wagons," which is also hand-written on the back of the photograph. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth201808/
[Petroleum Container Manufacturing]
Photograph of workers inside a factory making containers for petroleum products with various tools and machinery. All of the workers are female, besides one man near the center of the image. The photograph is dated on the bottom right corner with the date 3-2-26. An accompanying card (with the Texaco logo on the bottom) labels the photograph "Manufacturing containers for petroleum products." texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth201804/
[Entrance to the Refinery]
Photograph of the Texas Company Refinery, from the Houston Avenue entrance. There is a road leading into the refinery on the right side of the photograph, with two visible wagons on it. There are multiple buildings with smokestacks in the background, and two large round structures in the left middle ground. An accompanying card (with the Texaco logo at the bottom) labels the photograph, "Houseton Avenue Entrance to the Refinery 1910--12." texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth201809/
[Later View of Plant]
Photograph of a works plant by a river. There are multiple large buildings and three large smokestacks with smoke coming out of them. There is a road along the side of the plant and a river behind it. An accompanying card (with the Texaco logo on the bottom) labels the photograph "Later view." texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth201806/
[Rotary-Type Filler]
Photograph of five men standing around a rotary-type filler with tins of inside what appears to be a warehouse. Three of the men are holding carts up to the rotary, and two men in the background are watching. There is another large type of machine on the left. An accompanying card (with the Texaco logo on the bottom) labels the photograph: "Rotary-type filler used before World War I to fill 5-gallon tins of kerosine [sic] & gasoline." texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth201803/
Texas City Disaster
Photograph of the twisted wreckage of a 1940s automobile sitting beside a building. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth201990/
[Rose Hill Manor House with Snow in the Early 1960's]
Photograph of Rose Hill manor house covered with snow in the early 1960's. The lawn and bushes in front of the columned house are also covered with layers of snow. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth201998/
Women's Committee Plan YMCA Fund Campaign
Photograph of nine women and men gathered at the end of a covered table. Seated left to right: Mrs. G. S. Donegan; Mrs. W. F. Fredeman; Mrs. Baron; and Mrs. Mike Murphy. Standing: Mrs. H. P. Weber; Mrs. Maxwell Cook; Mrs. Wes Spiegel, Jr.; Euclid Hudson; and A. F. Myers. Typewritten under the photo is a description, noting the people, positions, and dates. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth201994/
Texaco Old North Gate Early 1960s
Photograph of the north gate of the Texaco complex in the early 1960s. Several tire tracks are visible in front of the gate, which opens out into a complex of buildings and refineries. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth201999/
[Photograph of Officials in Port Arthur, Texas, 1973]
Photograph of a group of eight suited men gathered around a table that has been arranged with ashtrays, writing pads, and pencils. The wood paneled walls of the room have framed pictures of Port Arthur. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth201996/
April 1959, Fire Destroyed the Port Arthur YMCA Building
Photograph of the remains of the burned YMCA building in Port Arthur, Texas, 1959. All that's left are twisted steel I-beams, charred wood, and stone. Firemen can be seen working in the wreckage. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth201993/
[Forerunner of Texaco Marine Fleet]
Photograph of a large ship on the water, surrounded by a flock of seagulls. An accompanying card (with the Texaco logo at the bottom) labels the ship "The 'Robert Sewell,' forerunner of Texaco's large Marine Fleet." texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth201855/
[Men Lined up at Bar]
Photograph of Newport Bar interior, with men lined up at the counter. There are seven men at the bar wearing hats and suits, and two bartenders behind the counter. The short man near the middle of the photograph is identified as Percy Silliman. The back of the photograph has a handwritten note that reads, "Percy Silliman, 'short one,' Elton's Dad." texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth201852/
[Interior of Newport Bar]
Photograph of the interior of Newport Bar with a group of men lined up at the counter. The men are wearing suits and hats; some are holding drinks and some are holding cigars. There is one man on the left side of the photograph with his back facing the camera. There are a large number of birds on a shelf that goes along the walls of the whole room, and large fish mounted behind the bar. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth201851/
[Photograph of the Boogie Kings]
Photograph of the musical group Boogie Kings. The nine men in white blazers and black pants pose with their instruments in two rows, with four of the men standing above the five other sitting or crouching members. "Boogie Kings" is printed over the lower center member. The bottom left portion of the photograph has been printed with the words "World Famous "Blue-Eyed Soul Show." A phone number is printed in the middle of the bottom, and an address is given at the bottom right. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth201857/
[Portrait of Sarah Courts King]
Photograph of a woman identified as Sarah Courts King, the first Anglo child born in Sabine Pass in 1836. She has dark hair and is wearing a long-sleeved black dress, black gloves, and bonnet, and looking away from the camera to the right. There is a card on the back of the photograph that reads, "Sarah Courts King. Family settled in Sabine Pass 1829. First white child born in the city, February 14, 1836. Born under Mexican Flag and lived under the Six Flags of Texas." texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth201850/
[Photograph of the Boogie Kings Performing Onstage]
Photograph of the Boogie Kings performing on stage in white tuxedo jackets. Five men in front play on brass instruments, while two men in the background play on a drum set and guitar, respectively. "The Fabulous Boogie Kings Blue-Eyed Soul" is printed in the top left corner of the photo, and there's a drawn image of an anthropomorphic cat in a white tuxedo near the lower center. Ned Theall's phone number is written in the lower left, Jon Smith's in the lower right. The lower center portion of the photo bears a contact address for "Louisiana's Greatest Rhythm N' Blues Band." texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth201858/
[Men Standing on Grain Dock]
Photograph of a group of men of different nationalities on a grain dock. They are standing in a line across the dock and there are two boats and a large ship in the background. Six of the men are seated. The back of the photograph has a list of each person and their nationalities. It identifies the men from left to right: E.A. Laughlin (American, Lumber Yard), unknown (Holland), Dick Schultz (American, Saloon), L. Schuh (Germany, Barber Shop & Shoe Store), D.A. Schumaker (American, Sanitary Dept.), Peter Stock (Denmark, Building & Saloon), unknown (Holland), G.M. Craig (American), Oberhotz (American, Barber Shop), Frank Ireland (Holland, Shell & Gravel), Col. Jim Furlong (Ireland, Old Sabine Hotel), Peter Lamp (American, Rooming House). Seated on dock: J.W. Carr (England, Realtor), Howe (Denmark), Alfred Spence (Sweden), D.L. Stump (American, Port Arthur News). The Barge is identified as Parague of Orange, Texas and the ship is identified as Bancroft S.S. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth201854/
[Portrait of Tiny Moore]
Photograph of Tiny Moore,visible from the chest up, posing with a violin. Moore is wearing a patterned shirt with bolo tie, a jacket, and a straw cowboy hat. He has the violin under his right arm and angled across his body, and has his bow in his right hand. Text printed under the photograph includes his name and the address and phone number for an unidentified company in Sacramento, California. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth201859/
[Interior of Newport Bar and Cafe]
Photograph of the interior of Newport Bar and Cafe, owned by Gus and Alice Migurski. There is a bar counter with bar stools on the left side of the photograph, and two people standing near another counter and what appears to be a cash register on the right side of the photograph. There are large windows on the right wall, and tables and chairs with one man sitting down in the back of the room. There is a woman standing in a white dress in the far background, and large fish decorate the wall. There is handwriting on the back of the photograph that reads, "Newport Bar & Cafe. Donated by Elton & Kathleen Silliman. Elton was nephew of Gus & Alice Migurski who owned the Bar & Cafe." texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth201856/
[Men Drinking at Bar]
Photograph of the interior of Newport Bar and a group of men drinking. The three men near the center of the photograph are holding up their drinks and smiling at the camera. One man near the right is laughing and looking off to the side. The bartender is leaning against the back counter and looking forward. There are large fish and birds mounted around the room. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth201853/
[Woman and Two Girls Standing Outdoors]
Photograph of a woman and two young girls, identified as being from the Carr family. The woman is wearing a long white dress, and the two girls are wearing knee-length white dresses. They are standing outdoors on a sidewalk. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth201955/
[Two Women and Dog]
Photograph of two women identified as Edith and Amelia Carr. They are seated outside with a dog, and there are large plants behind them. Handwriting on the back of the photograph states that they are at 300 5th Street. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth201952/
[Man Feeding Squirrel]
Photograph of an elderly man identified as John Walter Carr. He is seated outdoors, wrapped in a blanket and wearing a hat. There is a squirrel on his lap eating out of a dish. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth201951/
[Photograph of McIntosh and Seymour Engines at Central Pump Station]
Photograph of McIntosh and Seymour engines at Central Pump Station. The blue and red engines are housed in a brick building and have a "No Smoking Beyond This Point" sign attached at the side. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth201957/
[Child Standing in Chair]
Photograph of a small child identified as Edith Carr. She is wearing a long coat and gloves, and standing on a chair. There is a backdrop with a nature scene on it. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth201950/
[Photograph of the Furchner Family]
Photograph of the Furchner family standing together in front of a building. Theresa Furchner is in a black dress to the left and August is to the far right. Between them are their children, only two of whom (Frances and Augusta) are named on the reverse side of the photo. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth201958/
[Two Young Girls in Dresses]
Photograph of two young girls in white dresses, identified as Amelia and Edith Carr. They are standing with their hands at their sides on a fur rug. Both are wearing white bows in their hair and looking towards the camera. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth201954/
[Photograph of Frances and Augusta Furchner]
Photograph of Frances (left) and Augusta (right) Furchner sitting on chairs in front of a house. Both are wearing dresses and coats and are holding dolls. The reverse side of the photo gives the address as 820 7th Street in Port Arthur. In addition, Frances' name has been lined out and Augusta is written with the name Bolew. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth201959/
[Photograph of Edgar Winter Playing a Saxophone]
Photograph of Edgar Winter playing a saxophone. Wearing dark flame patterned pants and a dark shirt, he kneels and angles the instrument upward. "Edgar Winter" is written in the lower center portion of the photograph. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth201956/
[Portrait of Woman Wearing Glasses]
Profile photograph of a woman identified as Amelia Harriet Housley Carr. Her hair is pulled back and she is looking towards the right side of the photograph. She is wearing a light colored dress with a wide collar and glasses. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth201953/
[High School class photograph]
Photograph of a Port Arthur High School class. There are three rows of students with some seated and some standing. The girls are all wearing dresses and have their hair pulled back, and the boys are wearing suits and ties. The class teacher stands in the middle of the group behind a chalkboard with each person's name written on it. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth201797/
[Series of Barrels]
Photograph of a line of barrels on a railway platform outside of a building. There are six barrels, four made of wood and two of metal. Text in the lower-right corner of the photograph reads, "Plate No. 7570, 5-1-27." An accompanying card (which has the Texaco logo at the bottom) labels the photograph as "Original type asphalt product packages" and the same text is handwritten on the back of the photograph. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth201798/
[Barrel Construction]
Photograph of a man constructing a barrel with machinery inside of a warehouse. He is wearing protective gloves, boots, an apron, and a hat, and is working on one of two barrels on what appears to be an assembly line. There are other machines and tools shown in the background. An accompanying card (with the Texaco logo at the bottom) labels the photograph "Making barrels in the Cooper shop." texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth201799/
[Photograph of Officials in Port Arthur, Texas, 1971]
Photograph of a group of five suited men sitting around a table laden with paperwork. The wood paneled wall behind them has two pictures of Port Arthur hanging along either side of a nautically themed clock. A blue banner regarding Port Arthur hangs to the left. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth201995/
April 1959, YMCA Burns to the Ground - Nothing Saved
Photograph of the remains of the YMCA on the Southeast corner of Austin Avenue in Port Arthur, Texas, 1959. Fire crews are spraying the wreckage with water. All that remains is a pile of twisted steel I-beams and stone. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth201992/
[Photograph of a Family on a Porch]
Photograph of a family together on a porch. In the back, a woman in white and a man in a collar shirt stand on either side of an open door. In front of them sit a younger male in a vest on the left, with an older couple sitting in front of the door. A man holding a book titled "Black Mountain Ranch" is leaning against a tree to the right. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth201991/
[Photograph of Officials in Port Arthur, Texas, 1971]
Photograph of twelve suited men situated around a table that is covered in paperwork. Five men sit at the table, while the other seven stand in a semicircle. The wood paneled wall behind the group bears pictures of Port Arthur on either side of a nautically themed clock. On the wall to the left, there hangs a blue banner exalting Port Arthur. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth201997/
[Woman Standing Outdoors]
Photograph of a woman identified as Harriet Carr. She is wearing a white top and long, dark skirt and standing outdoors near plants. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth201935/
[Portrait of Two Young Girls in Dresses]
Photograph of two young girls wearing dresses with white bibs. They are identified as Edith and Amelia Carr. One girl is standing and the other is seated. They both have braided hair and are looking towards the camera. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth201932/
[Portrait of Woman in White Top]
Portrait photograph of a young woman, identified as Edith Evelyn St. Oswald car. She has dark hair that is pulled back, and is wearing a white top. There is a dark vignette around the edges that frames her from the shoulders up. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth201931/
[Boat in the Canal]
Photograph of a boat going through a canal. Two smaller boats can be seen in the background behind it. There are men on a dock observing on the right side of the photograph. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth201937/
[Woman in White Dress]
Profile photograph of a woman in a long-sleeved white dress, identified as Harriet Housley Carr. She has dark hair that is pulled back into a bun, and is holding a glass bottle and cup. The photograph is dated 1897. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth201930/
[Lumber Company Float in Parade]
Photograph of a C. Kramer Lumber Company float drawn by horses in a parade. There are men standing on top of the float and holding American flags. A small boy is following by the side of the float, and people are watching from the opposite side of the road. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth201938/
[Amelia Carr and Her Mother]
Photograph of two women, identified as Amelia Carr and her mother, standing outside. Both are wearing long white dresses and white shoes. They have their arms around each other and are laughing. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth201934/
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