Wedding Anniversary

Wedding Anniversary

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Copy negative of friends and family celebrating the golden anniversary of Andreas and Inger Lauritsen, seated at the center front.
Contributing Partner: Danish Heritage Preservation Society
Wedding Anniversary 50th

Wedding Anniversary 50th

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Copy negative friends and family celebrating the golden wedding anniversary of A. P. Lauritsen and his wife, Inger Caroline Jensen Lauritsen. The group is photographed outside of the Lauritsen residence, forming three rows with the children sitting in front.
Contributing Partner: Danish Heritage Preservation Society
Danevang School Children

Danevang School Children

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Copy negative of students of the Danevang School celebrating Fastelavn, a Danish Carnival. Many of the children are wearing costumes, including a dinosaur, wizard, chicken, cat, and a dog.
Contributing Partner: Danish Heritage Preservation Society
Emil & Myrtle Lauritsen Home

Emil & Myrtle Lauritsen Home

Date: 1986
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of a single-story brick home in Danevang, Texas, belonging to Emil and Myrtle Lauritsen. The house has green shingles and intersecting hip roofs, one of which projects outwards creating an overhang over the front entrance supported by two slender columns on each corner. There are different species of flowers and plants along the edge of the house. Photograph was taken a short distance away, capturing a well-kept front lawn with short grass. In the background, large trees are visible behind the house.
Contributing Partner: Danish Heritage Preservation Society
[Lutheran Church Women]

[Lutheran Church Women]

Date: April 2005
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of several women gathered for a group picture in front of a red curtain. They are part of a Lutheran church in Danevang, Texas. They wear formal attire and over half wear glasses. From left to right, they have been identified as: Top row: Martha Graff, Margaret Moller, Louise Petersen, Helena Lauritsen, Edna Olson, Julia Knudsen, Ella Hansen, Myrtle Waldman, and Dora Wind. Second row: Essie White, Joyce Nielsen, Gertrude Hansen, Bertha Jensen, Marie Swendsen, Gudrun Jensen, Heneritta Bram, Elsie Christensen, Anita Schulz, Alice Hansen, and Myrtle Lauritsen. Bottom row: Margaret Juhl, Delpha Carlsen, Lillian Roberts, Emma Berndt, Ester Hutson, Lillian Hansen, Ruth Brodsgaard, and Pastor Erik Moller.
Contributing Partner: Danish Heritage Preservation Society
Danevang L.C.W.

Danevang L.C.W.

Date: 1950/1970
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of a group of people seated in front of a red curtain. They are part of an organization, but accompanying information does not supply further details on the acronym "L.C.W." The group is mostly composed of women, with the exception of a man in a suit and bow tie in the right bottom corner. They are all dressed in formal attire. A piece of paper on the back of the photograph identifies them from left to right. The bottom row is composed of Margaret Juhl, Delphie Carlson, Lillian Roberts, Emma Berndt, Ester Hutson, Lillian Hansen, Ruth Brodsgaard, Reverend I. Pederson. The second row: Essie White, Joyce Nielsen, Gertrude Hansen, Bertha Jensen, Marie Swendsen, Henrietta Bram, Elsie Christensen, Anita Schultz, Alice Hansen, and Myrtle Lauritsen. The top row: Martha Graff, Joyce Petersen, unknown, Louise Petersen, Helena Lauritsen, Edna Olson, Julia Knudsen, Ella Hansen, Myrtle Waldman, and Dora Wind.
Contributing Partner: Danish Heritage Preservation Society
[Group Portrait of Danish Families in Danevang]

[Group Portrait of Danish Families in Danevang]

Date: 1938
Creator: unknown
Description: Copy negative of a black and white portrait of three Danish families posing outdoors on a lawn. The group is comprised of men, women, and children. The adults are standing while the children, except for two infants, are sitting on the grass in front of them. Behind the families are a couple of trees. To the right of them, the wooden exterior of a house is slightly visible.
Contributing Partner: Danish Heritage Preservation Society