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Ben Meyer House built by James Alley

Description: Postcard image of the Alley house (later McCabe home) on Houston Street in Rosenberg, Texas. This home was later purchased by Ben Meyer. Northeast corner of house is seen on left of photo. Dark colored roof top, white, wooden house. Diamond shapes painted in several places of upper story. White two story home in center of photo. Another white house on right. Street in foreground. Photo has blank (white) rectangle in top right corner.
Date: 1909
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[Beulah Andrews as a baby, sitting in a chair]

Description: Photograph of Beulah Andrews. She is sitting on a chair that has a blanket draped over it. She is wearing a lacy gown. Image attached to a cardboard substrate. At bottom of substrate, photographer's mark: "LORENZ Art Gallery EXTRA FINISH RICHMOND TEXAS." On back, handwritten: "To Dr. J.L. Dillard from Beulah Mary Andrews age 5 mo and 15 days."
Date: unknown
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[Beulah Andrews as a toddler, sitting in a chair]

Description: Photograph of Beulah Andrews as a toddler. She is sitting on a chair that is draped with a blanket. She is wearing a lacy gown with a necklace around her waist. Her hands are in her lap. Image is attached to a cardboard substrate. At bottom of substrate, photographer's mark: "LORENZ Art Gallery EXTRA FINISH RICHMOND TEXAS."
Date: unknown
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[Beulah Andrews as a toddler, sitting in a chair]

Description: Photograph of Beulah Andrews as a toddler. She is sitting on a chair that is draped with a blanket. She is wearing a lacy gown with a necklace around her waist. Her hands are in her lap. Image is attached to a cardboard substrate. At bottom of substrate, photographer's mark: "LORENZ Art Gallery EXTRA FINISH RICHMOND TEXAS."
Date: unknown
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[Beulah Andrews as a toddler standing]

Description: Photograph of Beulah Andrews as a toddler. She is standing with both of her hands resting on the seat of a chair that has been draped with a blanket. She is wearing a white lacy dress. Image is attached to a cardboard substrate. On bottom of substrate, photographer's mark: "LORENZ Art Gallery EXTRA FINISH RICHMOND, TEXAS."
Date: unknown
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[A "Birds eye view of Rosenberg (east)".]

Description: Photograph titled a "Birds eye view of Rosenberg (east)" on front of the picture. One story white building with white railed porch in foreground of photograph. Other two story stucco and brick buildings in the background on the same street as the white buildings. Utility poles on left of photograph.
Date: 1919
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

["Birds Eye View Rosenberg Tex."]

Description: Obverse: Photograph of Birds Eye View Rosenberg Tex. 4., E. W. Cumins Drugs, Mrs. Dawson & Ella and May 14, 1907 in pencil, Early 1900's, 1907 written in red pencil ; reverse: POST CARD, Charles E. Myers in ink. White or blank area at bottom of photo.
Date: May 14, 1907
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[A boy and his dogs in front of the Moore Home c. 1905-1910.]

Description: Photograph of a boy and his dogs in front of the Moore Home. Ca. 1905-1910. The boy, wearing dark pants, white shirt, bow tie, and hat, is standing to the left of photo. He has his left and raised. One dog is in center of photo. The other dog is partially obscured by the dog in center. The Moore house, in the background, is a two story wooden home. In center is a circular porch with columns.
Date: 1908
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[The Brazos Railroad Bridge during the flood of 1899.]

Description: Photograph of the Brazos Railroad Bridge during the flood of 1899. Railroad track runs from bottom center to background. People standing on the bridge in the background. Telephone poles along left and then to center of photo. Trees in background. Written at bottom of photo: S.P. R.R. Bridge July 7, 1899 ??. Photograph is mounted on a cardboard substrate with circular pattern framing photograph. Written at bottom of cardboard in gold: Lorenz Art Gallery Extra Finish (in drawing of paint palette and brushes) Richmond, Texas.
Date: 1899
Partner: Fort Bend Museum