[View of Funeral Procession]

[View of Funeral Procession]

Date: unknown
Creator: Trost Studio
Description: Photograph of a large crowd at a funeral procession, held for 29 people that were killed in the Gulf Tanker "Venezuela" explosion. The view is from above, and shows crowds of people on both sides of the street that the procession is going down. There are parked automobiles in the foreground, and hearses and medical cars driving in the procession. The bottom right corner has a stamp from Trost Studio.
Contributing Partner: Museum of the Gulf Coast
[Crowd at Funeral Procession]

[Crowd at Funeral Procession]

Date: 1926
Creator: Trost Studio
Description: Photograph of a view of the large crowd at the funeral procession for the 29 people killed at the Gulf Tanker "Venezuela" explosion. People are crowding the street and even watching from the roofs of buildings in the background. There is a stamp from Trost Studio in the bottom right corner.
Contributing Partner: Museum of the Gulf Coast
[Debris After Explosion]

[Debris After Explosion]

Date: April 12, 1926
Creator: Trost Studio
Description: Photograph of a distant view of the aftermath of an explosion of the Gulf Tanker "Venezuela" while loading high-test gasoline, on April 12, 1926. The damage to the tanker is visible, and there is debris on board. There is a stamp from Trost Studio on the bottom right corner.
Contributing Partner: Museum of the Gulf Coast
[Hearse in Funeral Procession]

[Hearse in Funeral Procession]

Date: 1926
Creator: Trost Studio
Description: Photograph of a Pipkin & Brulin Co. hearse in the funeral procession for the people killed in the Gulf Tanker "Venezuela" explosion. A large crowd is visible surrounding the procession, and men in uniforms stand in lines to the side of the hearse.
Contributing Partner: Museum of the Gulf Coast
[Debris After Gulf Tanker Explosion]

[Debris After Gulf Tanker Explosion]

Date: April 12, 1926
Creator: Trost Studio
Description: Photograph of the aftermath of an explosion of the Gulf Tanker "Venezuela" while loading high-test gasoline, on April 12, 1926. The damage to the tanker is visible, and there is debris on board. There is a stamp from Trost Studio on the bottom right corner.
Contributing Partner: Museum of the Gulf Coast
[Horses Hitched to Wagon]

[Horses Hitched to Wagon]

Date: unknown
Creator: Trost Studio
Description: Postcard of horses facing left hitched to a wagon. A man is bending down in front of the horses attaching them to the hitch, and another man is standing behind the wagon. The back of the postcard is stamped by Trost Studio.
Contributing Partner: Museum of the Gulf Coast
[Church Interior During Service]

[Church Interior During Service]

Date: 1941
Creator: Trost Studio
Description: Photograph of the interior of St. James Catholic Church during a service. The audience is standing in the pews, and two lines are leading up to the altar. Writing on the back of the photograph identifies the service as the first Holy Communion Class, in 1941.
Contributing Partner: Museum of the Gulf Coast
Oil Field in Beaumont, Texas, 1901

Oil Field in Beaumont, Texas, 1901

Date: 1901
Creator: Trost Studio
Description: Photograph of very many derricks in an oil field. In the foreground are wooden shacks, stacks of wooden boards, smokestacks with smoke plumes rising out of them. In the bottom right-hand corner is the name, "Trost".
Contributing Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library
[President of Martin Lumber Company]

[President of Martin Lumber Company]

Date: 193?
Creator: Trost Studio
Description: Photograph of W. Stewart Martin, the president of Martin Lumber Company. His home address is 101 Dryden place, and Martin Lumber Company's address is 401 Sixth Street.
Contributing Partner: Port Arthur Public Library
[The Methodist Temple]

[The Methodist Temple]

Date: unknown
Creator: Trost Studio
Description: Photograph of an exterior view of the Methodist Temple in Port Arthur. Ornate relief carvings and stained glass windows decorated the walls of the church. In the background, there are buildings.
Contributing Partner: Port Arthur Public Library
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