601 Kipp

601 Kipp

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of a house at 601 Kipp in Kemah, Texas. The wooden house is constructed with stilts in preparation for high tidal waters. Some flowers are planted to the right of a walkway leading to the porch entrance. A shed is partially visible in the background.
Contributing Partner: Kemah Historical Society
Aerial View of Kemah

Aerial View of Kemah

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: None
Contributing Partner: Kemah Historical Society
Pauline and Frank Scholt

Pauline and Frank Scholt

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of Pauline and Frank Scholt in a horse-drawn carriage crossing a bridge. Three unidentified people are also pictured.
Contributing Partner: Kemah Historical Society
Louise Giddens and school kids

Louise Giddens and school kids

Date: c. 1911-12
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of Rose Kipp, Ella Rentz, Emma Gordon, Dorothy White, and several unidentified children. This is a picture of the school children at the school that John Henry Kipp, Sr. started. The teacher, Louise Giddens, is the tallest woman in the picture. The girl next to the teacher is Ella Kipp the oldest of John Henry Kipp, Jr's children and the boy on the other side of the teacher is Henry Kipp. The girl next to Henry is Elva or Elvie Kipp. The girl in front of Elvie and Henry is Leota Kipp. The girl in the back next to Elvie is Rose Kipp and the boy next to her is John Lee (called Lee) Kipp. All of the children named were the children of John Henry Kipp, Jr.
Contributing Partner: Kemah Historical Society
[The Second Kemah School]

[The Second Kemah School]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Copy negative of a school building in Kemah, Texas. The building, which sits on a fenced-in property, has a small, covered porch, a few windows, and a tree in front. A group of students are gathered on the porch steps. Seagulls are visible flying in the distance. Handwritten notes on the corners of the photo say, "Schlueter, Houston, Ph. P. 6017," and "No. 1. School, Kemah, Texas, 1921-22."
Contributing Partner: League City Helen Hall Library
[Kemah School]

[Kemah School]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Copy negative of a school yard in Kemah. It is a fenced-in property that has a small, one-story building, a see-saw and a swing set. A number of children and a few adult women are playing in the yard. An airplane is visible flying overhead in the distance. Handwritten notes on the bottom left hand corner of the photo read, "School No. 2, Kemah, Tex. 1921-22." On the bottom right hand corner, it reads, "Schlueter Houston, Ph. P. 6017."
Contributing Partner: League City Helen Hall Library
Ms. Rice and class

Ms. Rice and class

Date: c. 1946
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of Ms. Rice and her class in 1946 in Kemah, Texas. Ms. Rice and 21 unidentified children pose on the steps of a wooden building.
Contributing Partner: Kemah Historical Society
Sylvia D Lounge

Sylvia D Lounge

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of the Sylvia D Lounge. A covered walkway leads to the entrance of the two-story wooden building. A few lawn chairs, and two tables are located around a swimming pool in front of the lounge. Some cars are parked in the parking lot next to the lounge, and other businesses are partially visible in the background.
Contributing Partner: Kemah Historical Society
Joe Lee's Restaurant

Joe Lee's Restaurant

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of Joe Lee's Seafood Restaurant in Kemah, Texas. The restaurant is on stilts, and the sign above the restaurant shows signs of damage. Several buildings in the background also show signs of damage. The ground beneath the restaurant is covered by shallow brown water and debris. A boat is also partially visible in the background.
Contributing Partner: Kemah Historical Society
Single Draw Bridge

Single Draw Bridge

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of a few cars on a single draw bridge in Kemah, Texas. A body of water is visible beneath the bridge.
Contributing Partner: Kemah Historical Society
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