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[Altar of the new Holy Rosary Catholic Church in Rosenberg]

Description: Photograph of the altar of the new Holy Rosary Catholic Church in Rosenberg, Texas. Image was copied from a book. The photograph shows the dome ceiling above the altar with two full length painted images and two partial images in a circular frame. Two stained glass windows are to the left and right of the sacristy. Full length paintings of saints are also seen painted on the wall around the sacristy.
Date: unknown
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[Amuel See's Farm]

Description: Photograph (copy) of "A. See Farm" as written in white across the bottom of photo. Amuel See's farm was located about 6 miles out of Rosenberg (as typed on back of photo). Picture shows a large group of young people picking cotton in a cotton field. The cotton sacks are visibly hanging from shoulder to waist and then to the side or behind them (not everyone has a cotton sack, the very young children, of course, do not have one). Most of the members of the group are wearing straw hats. The third man from right is holding a toddler. Scanned image is of the copy.
Date: unknown
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[Amuel See's Farm Six Mile]

Description: Photograph (copy) of a "Scene at Amuel See's Farm Six Mile" as written in white on front of photo. Farm was located about six miles out of Rosenberg (as typed on back). Three dark horses (ropes held by young children). Three young children, two girls dressed in white knee length dresses and one boy in dark short pant set, and an infant (far right) in white with white cap are all in a pasture. Partial view of another young man dressed in short pants, and holding reins of horse. Black and white dog (lying down) in the pasture in the background. Scanned image is of the copy.
Date: unknown
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[Anton Wessendorff.]

Description: Copy print of an 1860 charcoal portrait of Anton Wessendorff, taken from a book. Wessendorff is visible from the chest up and is wearing a dark jacket and tie with a light-colored shirt; he also has a full beard and mustache.
Date: unknown
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[Arthur P. Parrott]

Description: Postcard image of Arthur P. Parrott (wearing white shirt and tie with dark pants) standing in front of the prescription counter at Pickard and Huggins Drug Store, Rosenberg, Texas. Back of photo in pen: Prescription Stand at Pickard & Huggins Rosenberg. BJ Parrott Miller, Negative on File. Typed: Picture of Arthur P. Parrott
Date: unknown
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

["Avenue G Rosenberg, Texas"]

Description: Photograph (copy) of "Avenue G Rosenberg, Texas" as written on the bottom of photograph in white. This photograph was taken on the corner of Third Street looking east. Circa: 1920's. There is a large crowd of people gathered at a business on the corner (far right of photo). Two men are in the center of Avenue G, walking toward the busy business on the right. Automobiles are parked on either side of the street, and one automobile can be seen in the distance at end of street. Tree on far left of photograph. Scanned image is of the copy.
Date: unknown
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[Baker and Hirsch Store]

Description: Photograph of the Baker and Hirsch Store. White stucco building with columned covered sidewalk. Coca-Cola sign at top of front entrance of building. Sign on right side of building proclaims the building as Cowboy's Lounge. Railroad tracks in foreground. Trees in background.
Date: unknown
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[The Baker and Hirsch Store, Richmond, Texas.]

Description: Photograph of the Baker and Hirsch Store, Richmond, Texas. Photo is mounted on cardboard. Photo has people on right, and horses and buggies on left. Train tracks in foreground. The store in the background is a one-story wood building. Photo has many stained spots across it. It top left corner there is a blank area. Cardboard mat has tear in top right corner (piece missing). Ink writing across bottom of mat.
Date: unknown
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[Bank of J. H. P. Davis and Company]

Description: Photograph of the "Bank of J. H. P. Davis and Company, Richmond, Texas" as written on the front in white. The bank building is a two story stucco building with a corner entrance. A group of nine men dressed in suits are standing outside on the front steps. A rounded tower extends over and above the normal roofline. The tower reads: Beasley and George Bank. The window of that tower has written: Doctor O'Farrell. Window to the left of the tower reads: Dr. Lister's Office. Other window markings are not legible. A horse it tied to a wooden structure surrounding a tree on the right side of the photograph. Photograph is mounted on a brown cardboard matte. Image dimensions are: 24.4 cm X 19 cm. Top left corner of matte is broken. Written on matte in white: Photo by Gordon Photographer Richmond, Texas.
Date: unknown
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[Baptism taking place in a river, possibly the Brazos]

Description: Photograph (copy) of a baptism taking place in a river - possibly the Brazos River. A group of thirteen people are holding hands in the water. Two men in front of them are wearing dark suits. One of these men has his left hand on a young girls shoulder and his right hand is raised into the air. The other man in dark suit is holding a white object in his hands. River embankment in background. Horse standing on bank to left of photo. Scanned image and dimensions are of the copy.
Date: unknown
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[The Bassett Home that was located at the corner of Jackson St.]

Description: Photograph of the Bassett Home that was located at the corner of Jackson Street and Sixth Street. It was the home of Clem and Libbie Bassett. The house is a white two story house with a porch located on the north west corner of the building. A second story white railed balcony is above the front porch. A bay window is found at the north east end of house and another on the west side. A railed balcony rests above the bay window at the west side. White picket fence surround north and west sides of the house. Two women (holding parasols) are standing behind a group of children that are sitting on the ground. An African-American man is standing near the picket fence. A man and woman are standing near the front porch of the house and a woman is sitting in a bay window on west end of house. Large trees line the house and one smaller tree stands in front of the porch. The photograph is mounted on a cardboard substrate. The cardboard is broken near top left corner and at bottom right corner. It has been taped at top and top, right corner. Cracks at left and right edges.
Date: unknown
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[Beasley Depot - The Macrenia Railroad]

Description: Photograph (copy) of the Beasley Depot. The depot was on the New York, Texas & Mexican Railway which was nicknamed the "Macaroni Line" since it was constructed largely by Italian immigrant workers. The railway was later purchased by the Southern Pacific Railroad. The depot is a one story wooden building painted with light colors and dark trim. A sign reads: BEASLEY on the east side of the building. Crowd of people are gathered outside of the building. A locomotive is seen on the far right of photo. Train tracks in foreground. Bottom of photo in white reads: Photo. By Congdon. Scanned image is of the copy.
Date: unknown
Partner: Fort Bend Museum