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  Partner: Museum of the Gulf Coast
 Decade: 1990-1999
 Language: English
[Photograph of McIntosh and Seymour Engines at Central Pump Station]

[Photograph of McIntosh and Seymour Engines at Central Pump Station]

Date: July 1992
Creator: unknown
Description: 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.
Contributing Partner: Museum of the Gulf Coast
[Group With Old Car]

[Group With Old Car]

Date: 1998
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of a group of men and women wearing period clothing standing next to an old red car in front of a pink building in Port Arthur, Texas.
Contributing Partner: Museum of the Gulf Coast
[Port Arthur Fire Station No. One]

[Port Arthur Fire Station No. One]

Date: April 20, 1997
Creator: Everett, James
Description: Photograph of Port Arthur Fire Station No. One exterior street view.
Contributing Partner: Museum of the Gulf Coast
[Train Bar Car]

[Train Bar Car]

Date: March 14, 1997
Creator: Everett, James
Description: Photograph of a lady seated in a train car with the chairs and tables lined up along the sides to form an aisle. On the reverse in handwriting: "Southern Belle Train, Hazel Turnbull, sitting at bar"
Contributing Partner: Museum of the Gulf Coast
[Photograph of Cookie and the Cupcakes]

[Photograph of Cookie and the Cupcakes]

Date: 1995
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of Cookie and the Cupcakes wearing blue tuxedos, holding their instruments, and posing for the photo. Below the photo is the band's name, as well as a line noting their induction into the 1995 Gulf Coast Hall of Fame.
Contributing Partner: Museum of the Gulf Coast
[Photograph of Franklin Elementary School]

[Photograph of Franklin Elementary School]

Date: December 1996
Creator: Everett, James
Description: Photograph of Franklin Elementary School in Port Arthur, Texas. Standing by a street and sidewalk and surrounded by a chain link and barbed wire fence, the school is two stories tall. A sign bearing the school's name and information can be seen near the main entrance.
Contributing Partner: Museum of the Gulf Coast