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[Businesses in Rosenberg, Texas]

Description: Postcard image of businesses in Rosenberg, Texas. Businesses seen are: Gold Standard Saloon (left), Meyer-Forster Land and Loan Co. (far right), M. Lewis Dry Goods. Two men in buggies are in front of the dry goods store. Two automobiles on right side of street.
Date: 1915
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[Wagons of cotton and James Alley]

Description: Copy of a postcard showing wagons of cotton and James Alley. Wagon on left has three men sitting on top, and there are two men standing in front of second wagon (from left). One man wearing suit and hat, the other dark pants, white shirt, suspenders, tie, and dark hat.There are store fronts in background.
Date: May 14, 1912
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[Wagons of cotton and James Alley]

Description: Postcard showing wagons of cotton and James Alley. Wagon on left has three men sitting on top of cotton. Two men standing in front of second wagon (from left). One man wearing suit and hat, the other dark pants, white shirt, suspenders, tie, and dark hat. BARNES BROS. building in background. Addressed to Mr. R.E. Duncan, Eagle Baker, Texas from Effie.
Date: May 14, 1912
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[Metal musical disc]

Description: Circular in shape with 100 punched out circles all around the outside edge. It has one circle in the middle. There are small rectangular punched out holes in the main part of the disc. The part that is punched out is still attached by one side and is curved under to form a little bump.
Date: 1910
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[Plane wreckage in Fort Bend County in 1918]

Description: Photograph (copy) of "plane wreckage in Fort Bend County in 1918, " as type written on back of photo. African American man standing on left of wing. Two children dressed in coats and hat are standing in front of the plane wing. They are standing to either side of a circular emblem on wing. Scanned image is of the copy.
Date: 1918
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[Christian Church]

Description: Postcard image of Christian Church (now Central Christian Church) in Rosenberg, Texas. White, wooden church building with bell tower on northwest corner. Utility pole in left corner of photo. Barn in background (left). Blank line on right side.
Date: 1910
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[Third Street and Avenue F in Rosenberg, Texas]

Description: Postcard image of the corner of Third Street and Avenue F in Rosenberg, Texas. Labeled as "The Bust Corner". Brick business buildings. People on sidewalk in front of businesses including a boy with crutches. Dog in far right corner. Horse with buggy in far left corner. Horse tied to post in foreground.
Date: 1910
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[Lone Star Market]

Description: Photograph of the Lone Star Market which was located on Third Street behind the Barker house Richmond, Texas. The man on far left is identified as Harris Mitchell. Man on far right identified as Bryan. The Lone Star Market has its sign above the porch roof "Lone (star is an painted star) Market Bryan a Daniels. Four men are standing in front of the porch. A dark-colored horse is tied to the post near Bryan. Mitchell (far left) is wearing a dark colored suit with white shirt and thin dark tie. He is wearing a flat top hat. Young man standing next to Mitchell is wearing a long apron over light shirt, dark pants, and boots. Third man from left is wearing light colored shirt, dark pants, and the last man (far right, Bryan) is wearing a white shirt, light-colored pants and large felt cowboy hat. Photograph is mounted on a cardboard substrate which is very worn at edges and is broken in corners (pieces missing). Writing on back in blue ink: "This picture was taken here in Richmond about 1910."
Date: 1910
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[World War I of Ligny in Barrois]

Description: Postcard from World War I of Ligny in Barrois written by H.N. Pierce to his mother, Mrs. J.B. Pierce from Sugar Land, Texas. Photo has line of wagons on street. Buildings on left of photo. Postcard has tear on bottom (piece missing) and is crinkled in several places.
Date: 1919
Partner: Fort Bend Museum