Bayview College Gymnasium

Bayview College Gymnasium

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Description: Cropped copy-photograph of the gymnasium on the campus of Bayview College in Portland, TX. The gym is an awkwardly-shaped building in the middle of a field of different plants. a single door is on the side of the windowless building. A small sun-shaped design is above the door. A caption at the bottom of the picture reads, "The Gymnasium."
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Bayview College Chapel

Bayview College Chapel

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Description: Cropped copy-photograph of the chapel on the campus of Bayview College in Portland, TX. The chapel is a two-story house-like structure. A balcony surrounds the front half of the building and covers the bottom porch. A small bell tower in on the front of the roof. Several chimneys are shown behind it. A picket fence borders the field next to the chapel. A caption at the bottom reads, "The Chapel."
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Fisherman at Bayview College

Fisherman at Bayview College

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Description: Cropped copy-photograph of a fisherman shown holding a bunch of fish he caught near the campus of Bayview College in Porland, TX. He is holding a long fishing pole over his left shoulder. A woman is standing on the right ins a dark dress, light blouse, and overcoat. A group of women are standing on the porch of a large house behind the fisherman and woman. A picket fence with an open gate is between the pair and the house. A caption at the bottom reads, "These fish were caught within a few steps of the college campus."
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Portrait of Professor T. M. Clark

Portrait of Professor T. M. Clark

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Description: Photograph of a man identified as Professor T. M. Clark. The image is a bust image. He is wearing a suit and tie. He appears to me middle-aged. He has a white mustache and thick, dark eyebrows. His white hair is parted on the right. According to accompanying information, Professor Clark came to Portland in 1894 and established Bayview College.
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The Home at Bayview College

The Home at Bayview College

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Description: Cropped copy-photograph of the a two-story house on the campus of Bayview College in Portland, TX. The house has a balcony covering it on all sides. Several doors and windows are shown on each wall. A picket fence runs in front of the house. The roof is tall with several chimneys and vents. A caption below the image reads, "The Home."
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[Bayview College Students]

[Bayview College Students]

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Description: Cropped copy-photograph of a group of Bayview College Students. They are posing in five rows outside of a wooden building. The college was founded by Thomas M. Clark and Alice Yantis Clark for the scattered South Texas ranching children. The college opened in September 1894, teaching primary through Junior College students. Most buildings were destroyed by a hurricane in 1916, and the college closed in 1917.
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