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[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

[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

[The Brazos River Railroad Bridge in Rosenberg, Texas.]

Description: Photograph of the Brazos River Bridge in Rosenberg, Texas (as written on back of photo in pencil). The bridge is to the left of the photograph and is partially obscured by a large tree on the right. Several people are standing below the bridge. One man (back to the camera), to center of photo, is wearing dark pants white shirt and hat. The man has his hands on his hips.
Date: unknown
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[Brenner Blacksmith Shop in Rosenberg, Texas]

Description: Photograph (copy) of the Brenner Blacksmith Shop in Rosenberg, Texas that stood in the 1800 block of Avenue H. Information was written in pencil on back of photo. Shop is a wooden one story building with a covered front entrance. Four thick round posts support the porch roof. A wagon wheel is hanging on the post to the left. Three men are standing to the left of photo (man in middle is holding a horse). Man in a wagon pulled by two dark colored mules on far right. Scanned image is of the copy.
Date: unknown
Partner: Fort Bend Museum