Photograph of an automobile titled "A '490'" . A man (wearing slacks, light shirt, dark vest, and hat) and a baby (wearing a white long-sleeved gown) holding on to the steering wheel are seated in the front seat of the car. A young man (wearing white) is seated in the back seat of the car. Street in background. Top of tree can be seen over the top of the automobile.
Photograph (copy) of the Dreibroat Dance Band standing in front of the old Holy Rosary Rectory on Sixth Street. Men are identified as left to right, first row: Joe Herslscher, Gus Dreibroat (band leader), Vince Nesvadba, John Nesvadba. Second row: Bill Nesvadba, Arnold Dusek, Thomas Sicinski, Henry Sicinski, Leo Albright. Circa: late 1920's. Man in first row left is wearing sunglasses and has drum and drumsticks. Man on left, back row, has large drum. First row is standing on street, second row is standing on the curb. Scanned image is of the copy.
Eleven-stick cast iron bread stick pan. Rectangular flat pan. Reservoirs are half-cylinder in shape. Small molded (7.3 cm x 1.4 cm) handles on both ends of the pan have centered oval hole (1.2 cm x .6 cm). Base of pan has, "E BREAD STICK PAN/ WAGNER WARE/ SIDNEY/ OHIO./ 1326"
Photograph (copy) of a father with his son. The father is wearing dark pants, dark vest and tie, white shirt, and dark hat. The little boy, who is holding on to two rings on swing equipment, is wearing a jumper with dark shirt and a knit cap. The surrounding houses are owned by Sugar Land Industries. The photograph was taken in 1920 or 21. Scanned image is of the copy.
Postcard image of the Holy Rosary Catholic Church in Rosenberg, Texas. Stucco building with stained glass windows and two crosses on top. Bell tower on northeast corner of church. Statue in an alcove to top left of church front wall. Woman in white dress in foreground. Large trees to right of photo.
Photograph (copy) of J. T. Brewer leaning on a stack of wooden boxes (to right of photo.) Brewer is wearing light colored pants with dark belt, light shirt and hat. Four stacks of soda bottles in cases from center to left of photo. A boy is standing behind the rows of cases. Most of the wooden cases have Rosenberg, Texas stamped on them. Circa. 1920's. Scanned image is of the copy.
Photograph (copy) of J.T. Brewer standing next to a truck loaded with cases of Dr. Pepper bottles. Young man in driver seat of truck. Brewer is wearing a light colored shirt, pants, and hat, with a dark belt. He has his right leg crossed over his left and his right arm is extended with right hand on truck. His left arm is bent and at his waist. Original 1920's. Scanned image is of the copy. .
Photographic image of Leta Lucille Hartman standing next to car in front of body of water (Oyster Creek?). May be Imperial Sugar in (Sugar Land, TX) in the background. Sign advertising a revival meeting at the Baptist Church is tied to the automobile. Hartman, who has short dark hair that is curled at sides, is wearing a light colored dress with rounded neckline. Photograph is bordered by black pattern. Back of photo identifies it as a Fox-Tone picture (purple stamp partially obscured by remnants of album page).
Photograph (copy) of a man (probably J. T. Brewer) sitting on a wooden barrel (planter). He is holding a bottle of Dr. Pepper and he is looking at it. A woman in light colored print dress on far left. Child in mid-step to the right of the woman. They are each holding a bottle of Dr. Pepper. Sign in window to left reads: DRINK DR. PEPPER GOOD FOR LIFE! Scanned image is of the copy.
Photographic print of Mary Jones, four months old, laying on blanket in the grass. Picket fence in background; tree on left and one in center (trunk of tree on right also). White fuzzy area at bottom of photograph.
Photographic print of Mary Jones, four months old, sitting on lap. Jones is wearing a white undershirt, diaper, and opened long, white gown. She is seated on a man's lap. The man, who is wearing dark pants, white shirt, is sitting in a wooden chair (to right of photo).
Photographic print of Mary Jones, two months old. Mary, who has dark hair and is wearing a white gown with white socks is being held by a woman in a gingham dress. Front porch of a house (with brick support posts) in background.
copy of photograph of Methodist Episcopal Church, Rosenberg. White wooden church building with pointed bell tower and peaked, gothic windows. Photo is labeled on the front by photographer, "M.E. Church, Rosenberg, Cummings Cash Drug Store."
Photograph (copy) of three automobiles in front of the Meyer-Forster Land and Loan Co. The Meyer -Forster building is a two story brick building. Two men are sitting in the first car on right. Two men and one woman are sitting in second car, as a woman stands beside the car with her left hand on the back seat area. Two men in vehicle on far left. Boy next to bicycle on far left. Bottom of photo in white reads: ROSENBERG TEX. Scanned image is of the copy.
Photograph titled "swinging High" as written on the top of the picture. Back of photograph identifies the persons on the swing as: Mrs. C. A. Moers and Raymond Moers. Mrs. Moers is wearing a light colored dress with v- neckline. She has her hands on a collie dog that is in front of her. Raymond is wearing dark short pants, white shirt, and dark tie. Mrs. Moers and Raymond are seated on a wood swing suspended from a large wooden platform. Water tower in background on left. Trees, street, fence, building in background.
Photograph (copy) of the old Rosenberg School. Bottom of photo in white reads: "Grade Sch Rosenberg, Tex Dec. 16, 1920." The entire student body was grouped together for this photograph. The three story brick school building can be seen in the distance. Scanned image is of the copy.
Photograph (copy) of PTA of Sugar Land School's invitation to the teachers. The invitation reads: "You are cordially invited to attend an informal reception by the Parent-Teachers Association at the High School Auditorium, Thursday, September 23, 3:30 o'clock, given in honor of the Mothers and Teachers of the community. (signed) Parent-Teachers Association, Sugar Land Public Schools. - TO THE TEACHER Oh, quick to feel the lightest touch Of beauty or of truth, Rich in the thoughtfulness of age, The hopefulness of youth, The courage of the gentle heart, The wisdom of the pure, The strength of finely tempered souls To labor and endure! - An adaptation." 1920-1921. Scanned image is of the copy.
Photograph (copy) of Etha Savage Johnson, a Sugar Land teacher, taken in 1920-21. Johnson is wearing a black satin long sleeved blouse with a matching skirt that has flaps along the sides. A corsage can be seen pinned on her left hip. She is wearing a black hat, black stockings, and black shoes. She is standing in front of a wooden building (a screen door to the left).
Photograph (copy) of Etha Savage Johnson, a teacher at Sugar Land School taken in 1920-21. Johnson is wearing a white skirt with a white sailor-type blouse. A dark scarf is tied at the v-neck of the blouse. She is holding a tennis racket over her right shoulder. She has her left hand on the tennis net. Moss draped trees are in the background. Scanned image is of the copy.
Photograph (copy) of Etha Savage Johnson (teacher) with her 4th Grade class at Sugar Land School taken in 1920-21. Three rows of students: first row of boys is sitting on the ground; second row of girls is sitting on a bench; and the third row of girls is standing. The teacher is standing behind the third row. A tree can be seen to the left of the group. The school building with its columned sidewalks can be seen in the background. Scanned image is of the copy.
Photograph (copy) of four Sugar Land teachers titled "One Saturday". The three women and one man are lounging on the side of a hill. Woman on left, wearing a light colored dress, is leaning on her right elbow and has her feet tucked under her. The two women in front are both wearing plaid dresses, but one in center has a light colored hat and the other has a dark hat. Man in back has his knees up to his chest. His dark hair is parted in the center and he is wearing dark pants and a white shirt. Circa: 1920-21. The scanned image is of the copy.
Photograph (copy) of the Electric Power Plant, Imperial Sugar Company, Sugar Land, Texas. Circa. 1920-21. The power plant is a multi-storied structure with a tall stack to the rear of the building. The stack has "SEALY MATTRESSES" written on it. Scanned image is of the copy.
Photograph (copy) of the Imperial Inn that was located in Sugar Land, Texas. The photograph was taken between 1920 and 21. The view is taken from across a lake. The Inn is a one story wooden building which has a two story area in the center of the rambling building. A small white building can seen to the far left of photograph. Bare tree tops can be seen over the roof of the inn. Scanned image is of the copy.
Photograph (copy) of the Sulphuric Acid Plant of Imperial Sugar Company, Sugar Land, Texas. Circa 1920-21. The plant is a two story wooden building with storage area under bottom of what could be considered a third story. A smoke stack can be seen to the left of photograph and a water tower can partially be seen in the center. A pile of sand or possibly sulphur can be seen to the far left of the photograph. A wooden fence surrounds the plant and pasture in foreground. Trees can be seen in the background to far left. Scanned image is of the copy.
Photograph of three Sugar Land teachers standing in front of a railroad sign that reads: DERAIL. The women are wearing dresses and hats. Train tracks are to the right of the photo. Large buildings and water tower to the left background. Bottom of photo reads: Main Street Sugar ?. Scanned image is of the copy.
Photograph (copy) of two Sugar Land teachers. The photograph was taken in Sugar Land in 1920 or 21. The woman is identified as Ruth Barker. The man is dressed in a black suit with a black bow tie and black hat. He has his left arm around the arm of Barker. Barker is wearing a dark dress with dark shoes. A pile of lumber can be strewn in the back left of the couple. A large one and a half story building can be seen in the background along with other buildings. Scanned image is of the copy.
Photograph of students of a negro school near Rosenberg,Texas. A. W. Jackson is pictured at center in dark suit and tie. Five rows of students range in age from 1st grade through high school. Barbed wire fence runs across foreground of photo.
Photograph (copy) of a group of Sugar Land School teachers. Seven women and one man (in the center) all wearing dark colored clothing. Woman on left on first row is holding a mandolin as is the last person in that row. The second person is holding a guitar. The woman sitting on the wooden platform to far left is also holding a mandolin. There is a large pile of lumber in the foreground of the photo. A tree trunk is directly behind the group. A two story house is on the left. Scanned image is of the copy.
Photograph (copy) of Terry W. Brewer standing next to the door of a truck loaded with cases of Dr. Pepper. Brewer is wearing light colored shirt and pants. He has his left leg propped on the running board of the truck and his left arm resting in the window of the truck. Sign on truck cargo area reads: DRINK DR. PEPPER. Buildings in background. Large blank/white area at bottom of photo. Scanned image is of the copy. Photo was taken Circa. 1920's.
Photographic image three cars (two Fords, one Buick) in front of Meyer-Forster Land and Loan Co. in Rosenberg, TX. Photo shows seven men, two women, two boys. The Land and Loan Co. building is a two story brick building with canopied sidewalk. Sign to the left of the land company reads: E. W. Cumings Druggist. The photograph is mounted on a light gray matte that has engraved rectangle around the perimeter of the photo. Image dimensions are: 18.3 cm X 12.8 cm.
Photographic image of two girls near downtown Rosenberg, TX. Both girls are wearing white blouses, pleated skirts, dark knee socks, and sandals. The girls are holding hands. Girl on right has her left hand on her hip. Buildings and tree (left) in background. Purple Fox Tone stamp in back and 73 in pencil.
Photographic image of two girls near downtown Rosenberg, TX. Girls are wearing white blouses, pleated skirts, dark knee socks, and sandals. see 1998.025.016 Buildings in background. An automobile is parked next to a wooden fence to the right of the photo. Back of photo stamped in purple: Fox-Tone Print Fox Co. San Antonio, Texas.
Photograph (copy) of an unidentified man pointing to a Dr. Pepper sign that reads:" Drink Dr. Pepper 5 cents Good For Life". The man, who has dark, wavy hair, is wearing a light colored shirt and pants with a dark belt. He has a pocket watch chain visible at his waist. Scanned image is of the copy. Circa. 1920's.
Photograph (copy) of an unidentified man standing in front of a truck loaded with cases of bottled Dr. Pepper. Sign on top of cargo area reads: DRINK DR PEPPER 5 CENTS" . Man is leaning on the front of the black truck. Rosenberg Bottling Wks. Brick building in background. Scanned image is of the copy.
Photographic image of a girl downtown Rosenberg, TX. Girl is wearing white blouse, pleated skirt, dark knee socks, and sandals. see 1998.025.016 Buildings in background Schiff and Janack Dry Goods on left.