Model of Tugboat 174

Model of Tugboat 174

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of a model for Tugboat 174. It is set atop a wooden table and is complete with wires and lifeboats.
Contributing Partner: Heritage House Museum
Tugboat 189

Tugboat 189

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of Tugboat 189 on a body of water. There is a flag on top of the mast and a large gun at the end of the boat.
Contributing Partner: Heritage House Museum
Tugboat Heading Toward Bank

Tugboat Heading Toward Bank

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of a tugboat outside Orange, Texas heading towards the bank of the river. On the boat are several wires, lifeboats and hoses. In the background is the bank with several houses and trees.
Contributing Partner: Heritage House Museum
Hanging on Front Street in Orange, Texas

Hanging on Front Street in Orange, Texas

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of a hanging on Front Street in Orange, Texas. On the left side of the frame is a tree next to a storefront from which a man is hanging from one of the limbs. On the ground are several men and boys, some in hats and vests. Across the street are more buildings and a boardwalk with a sign that reads, "Saloon". On the right side of the frame is a train and railroad tracks that lead into the foreground. Typed across the top of the photograph is, "Hanging on Front about turn of century either fourth or fifth."
Contributing Partner: Heritage House Museum
[Monument in Evergreen Cemetery]

[Monument in Evergreen Cemetery]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of the monument to the Unknown Confederate Dead - 1865 in Evergreen Cemetery. A wreath sits on the monument.
Contributing Partner: Heritage House Museum
Green Avenue Parade with Japanese Costumes

Green Avenue Parade with Japanese Costumes

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of the Green Avenue Parade in Orange, Texas. There is a man on the left side of the frame in a black uniform, a cart full of flowers in front of him and a long line of men and women in Japanese costumes with some holding umbrellas are walking away down the street. On the right side of the frame are two women in long dresses with hats and a few little boys wearing knickers and caps. Behind the parade are several aspen trees, a house with a porch and telephone poles.
Contributing Partner: Heritage House Museum
[Green Avenue in 1902]

[Green Avenue in 1902]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of a man walking on Green Avenue in 1902. Back of photograph: "Green Avenue 1902: Green Avenue was the first street in Orange to be paved. This was done with part of proceeds of the county's first road bonds, issued in 1919. This picture was taken in 1902 between Fourth and Fifth Streets. The person in foreground is J.C. Peet."
Contributing Partner: Heritage House Museum
W.E. Lea Home

W.E. Lea Home

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of the old W.E. Lea Mansion in Orange, Texas. The home has a large wrap-around porch and balcony with a smaller balcony on the third story. In the front and around the sides are columns. There are several tall trees around the house and a fence that surrounds it. Lined up in front of the house on the street are old fire trucks and in front of those are many men in dark suits with ties and hats and also some firemen in uniform. Typed across the top of the photograph is, "GREEN AVENUE MANSION - The First Baptist Church Youth Building now sits on the site where once a majestic mansion stood on Green Avenue between Fifth and Sixth Streets. It originally came from Sholars heirs to Lou Bettis. It was remodeled by George Bancroft and later became the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Lea. Still later it became Noguess Mortuary. It was torn down in 1959 to make way for the Baptists building. Occasion for line-up of firemen and trucks unknown.
Contributing Partner: Heritage House Museum
Home of A.M. McKinon

Home of A.M. McKinon

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of the home of A.M. McKinnon in Orange, Texas. The two-story house has two porches and two balconies. Standing on the porch is a woman in a long skirt with a dog. Two people are sitting on the balcony. In the bottom right hand corner there is a horse and buggy with a driver. There are large plants on the left side of the house, vines growing up the right porch, and a tree in front of the fence that surrounds the house. Typed across the top of the photograph is, "SECOND AND GREEN AVENUE - A.M. McKinnon home at the intersection of Second and Green Avenue. Dr. Phillips lived here from 1914 to time of his death. Buggy is a Cariola popular in those days."
Contributing Partner: Heritage House Museum
[Orange Daily Leader Building}

[Orange Daily Leader Building}

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of the Orange Daily Leader building. An automobile is parked nearby. A sign reading, "Orange Daily Leader Job Printing" hangs perpendicular to the building over the sidewalk.
Contributing Partner: Heritage House Museum
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