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[A Santa Fe locomotive "AT Booth Tex. Nov. 11, 1911".]

Description: Photograph (copy) of a Santa Fe locomotive "AT Booth Tex. Nov. 11, 1911" as written on the bottom of the photograph in white. Banner on the locomotive reads: SANTA FE TYPE MALLET ARTICULATED COMPOUND LOCOMOTIVE LARGEST LOCOMOTIVE IN THE WORLD BUILT AT TOPEKA SHOPS LENGTH 120 FEET 7 INCHES WEIGHT 850,000 POUNDS MOTIVE POWER 110,000 POUNDS COST $43,880.00 1911 (the rest is not legible). Two men are standing to the left of photograph and four men and one woman wearing a white dress are standing to the right of the photograph. A small tree is in the bottom right corner. Scanned image is of the copy.
Date: November 11, 1911
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[Sunday School class of Christian Church]

Description: Photograph (copy) of a Sunday School class of Christian Church that was built in early 1900's. First row of children is seated on the grass. Second row is standing. Two adults in back of group: to left a man wearing a dark jacket and white shirt; to right a woman wearing a light colored dress with white collar and a large hat. The group is standing in front of a white wooden building (two windows visible). Bottom of photo reads; PHOTO BY HOLMAN ROSENBERG, NOVEMBER 1912. Scanned image is of the copy.
Date: November 1912
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[photograph of I.H. Kempner, Jr. sent to Sarah Thompson in November of 1953]

Description: Photograph of I.H. "Herbert" Kempner Jr. sent to Sarah Thompson in November of 1953 by Imperial Sugar Company president. The portrait is mounted on a tan matte which reads: George Maniatia 45 West 57th Street, N.Y. The photograph is encased in a tan folder with the same photographer name on front. Photograph shows I.H. Kempner Jr. seated in a wooden chair (Photo ends at hips). Kempner Jr. is wearing a suit (with stripe pattern) white shirt, and tie with diamond shapes of multi colors. He has thin, dark hair and has his hands folded across his lap. Image dimensions are: 18.4 cm X 24.3 cm
Date: November 1953
Partner: Fort Bend Museum