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[Pearl Street view]

[Pearl Street view]

Date: [1890..1919]
Creator: The Albertype Co.
Description: Postcard of Pearl Street, possibly looking south, with buildings, people, carriages, and a trolley car. Carriages can be seen on the left and right sides of the street with men and women. The trolley car is visible in the center of the picture. Written on the bottom of the postcard is "Beaumont Cigar Co" "Pearl Street, Looking South" and "Beaumont, Texas." In handwriting is also written "Thought maybe you would like this." In addition to the Beaumont Cigar Co., the back of the postcard also credits the Albertype Co., Brooklyn, N.Y.
Contributing Partner: Tyrrell Historical Library
[A Beautiful Drive]

[A Beautiful Drive]

Date: [1900..1952]
Creator: unknown
Description: Postcard of a road through trees in Beaumont, Texas with the caption, "A Beautiful Drive, Beaumont, Texas." In the far distance down the road is possibly an automobile.
Contributing Partner: Tyrrell Historical Library
[Home of J. Frank Keith]

[Home of J. Frank Keith]

Date: [1900..1929]
Creator: Tom Jones, Cincinnati, O
Description: Postcard of J. Frank Keith's home, Arbol Grande, on Calder Avenue. In the foreground is a utility pole. Printed on the bottom of the postcard is " 'Arbol Grande" and printed at the top is "Beaumont, Tex." Printed on the back of the postcard is the following information regarding the postcard's creation: "Tom Jones, Cincinnati, O" and "For 'Szafirs,' Stationers, Beaumont, Tex." Handwritten on the back of the postcard, "Hello Miss V. & saw your brother this morning. Why didnt you come to (?) There is lots of excitement here now. Carnival, Race horses and Preachers. Howard" The card is addressed to Miss Virgie Reed Burnet Tex.
Contributing Partner: Tyrrell Historical Library
[Portrait of Reverend Frank Ernest Robbins]

[Portrait of Reverend Frank Ernest Robbins]

Date: [1900..1909]
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of Reverend Frank Ernest Robbins.
Contributing Partner: Tyrrell Historical Library
[First Baptist Church]

[First Baptist Church]

Date: [1903..1923]
Creator: E. Szafir & Son Co.
Description: Postcard of the First Baptist Church and Y.M.C.A., on the corner of Pearl and Forsythe streets, with three men and a carriage on Forsythe Street. In front of the First Baptist Church on the left side of the postcard is a signboard. In the foreground are street railroad tracks. This building was completed in 1903 and later was converted to the Tyrrell Library in 1925. Printed at the top of the postcard is "First Baptist Church and Y.M.C.A., Beaumont, Tex." Written on the bottom of the postcard is "65509." On the back of the postcard is printed the following information regarding the postcard's creation: "Pub. by E. Szafir & Son Co., Beaumont, Tex."
Contributing Partner: Tyrrell Historical Library
[Bridge next to snow covered mountain]

[Bridge next to snow covered mountain]

Date: [1906..1922]
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of long bridge next to a large snow covered mountain. Waves are seen crashing along the bank below the bridge.
Contributing Partner: Tyrrell Historical Library
[Crowd on city street]

[Crowd on city street]

Date: [1906..1922]
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph taken from above of a Pierce-Arrow automobile with its soft top up surrounded by a crowd of people on a city street. The crowd is mostly men, but at least one woman can be seen at the top of the photograph.
Contributing Partner: Tyrrell Historical Library
[Crowd on city street]

[Crowd on city street]

Date: [1906..1922]
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of a city street with a crowd of people standing around a Pierce-Arrow automobile. A man on a bicycle is visible in the left foreground and other automobiles are visible in the left and right foreground. Buildings are visible in the background including a building in the center background that has the names of four Texas towns written on it--Hillsboro, Waco, Ennis, and Corsicana. On the right side of that same building is a sign for a Tremont (?) Hotel. Standing on a second story balcony of a building in the left foreground is a man.
Contributing Partner: Tyrrell Historical Library
[Double wooden wagon]

[Double wooden wagon]

Date: [1906..1922]
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of Herbert Herman Fiedler standing in front of a double wooden wagon in desert of Death Valley, California, with his arms crossed. The wagon shown has the following words printed on it: "From Death Valley use 20 Mule Team Borax Soap and Soap Powder."
Contributing Partner: Tyrrell Historical Library
[Herbert Herman Fiedler in Europe]

[Herbert Herman Fiedler in Europe]

Date: [1906..1922]
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of Herbert Herman Fiedler posing beside a stone building, possibly ruins (?), in Europe (?). He is wearing riding clothes, lace-up boots, a hat, and goggles.
Contributing Partner: Tyrrell Historical Library
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