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[Fort Bend County Courthouse c. 1970-1988]

Description: Photograph of Fort Bend County Courthouse. Photo taken as a publicity shot for the Suburbia Newspaper. Taken before restoration. Photograph taken of the northeast corner of the building. Tree branches in top left corner of photo. Image dimensions are: 13.3 cm X 8.8 cm. Photograph has white area surrounding it.
Date: 1970/1988
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[Members of either the Rosenberg Baptist Church or the Rosenberg School.]

Description: Photograph of either members of the Rosenberg Baptist Church or Rosenberg School. Forty-five people are in front of a wooden building. Open window to the far left of photograph. Names written on the back in pencil. List recorded in supplementary data. The members are identified as back row: ? Rawson, Willy Tubola, Charley Rawson, Jessie Ward, Ray Windor, Carl M. Caughin, Willie Wooster, Joe Howe. Second row (from back): Selma Myer, Alma O'shields, Bernice Glenn, Emma Haman, Miss Inez Wurtsbaugh, Mr. Peterson, Grace Mae, Norma Meyer, Mary Hand, Louise Meyer. Middle row: Bula O'shield, Ruth Freeman, Nita Ray, Nell Clayton, Eugenia Ridley, Mamie Moody, Chart Hopkins, Rosarelia Tinsley, Annie Willis, Elizabeth Ridley, Martha Ried, Verla Hansthew, Nettie Lowry. Second row (from front) Wilfred Coats, Harold Goar, Lena Moclough, Mary Kruse, Irene Elbuson/ E. Cluson ?, Dollie Webber, Hill Glasscrik. Front row: Ambros Potter, Chester Lokry, Russel Finely, Claudie Marshall, Austin Grory, Wilford Crats? Luddie Board.
Date: 1912~
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

["K. Hillyer Farm, Rosenberg Development Co."]

Description: Obverse: Photograph of K. Hillyer Farm, Rosenberg Development Co., Rosenberg Tex, shows cotton field with a house in the background with three people on the porch, 1908 written in red ink; reverse: POST CARD, Ella's Picture Sept. 1908, Charles E. Myers in ink, Schlueters Advertising & Souvenir Photographs Houston, Phone 6017 Old.
Date: 1908/1909
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[Real F. Ransom Wholesale Groceries & Grain, Richmond, Texas.]

Description: Photograph of Real F. Ransom Wholesale Groceries & Grain, Richmond, Texas. Three men standing at doorways are not identified. Horse and wagon parked outside of store on the right. Train car #11058, Choctaw Route, is parked outside of store to the left. Store is a one story rectangular building with store name printed on the false front fa├žade. Image is faded and yellow; image dimensions are 15.3 cm w. x 10.0 cm h. Image is mounted on a black cardboard matte. Matte is in excellent condition except for a few small surface tears along the edges. Back of matte is pale gray. Surface damage suggests old tape removal?
Date: 1895~
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[Fort Bend County Judge Sidney Brown and Judge G.P. Hardy]

Description: Color photograph of Fort Bend County Judge Sidney Brown (r) and Judge G.P. Hardy (l) in Ft. Bend County courtroom, Richmond, TX ca. 1955-1960. Judge Hardy, who has eyeglasses, is wearing a blue suit with white pin stripe. Brown is wearing a navy blue suit. Judge Hardy's bench is in the background. Chalkboard to top right corner. Bottom of photo in ink reads: Sidney Brown.
Date: 1955~
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[Moore Home, Candlelight tour. View of the northwest corner of the house.]

Description: Photograph of Moore Home, Candlelight tour. Taken as publicity shot for Saburbia newspaper. The photograph was taken from the lawn near the northwest corner of the house. Tree branches (oak) in top right corner. Another partial view of tree on left of photograph. Photograph has ragged edges on left. Image dimensions are: 10.9 cm X 16.5 cm. Large white area at top.
Date: 1980~
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

["House In Richmond, Texas Across Road From Entrance To Morton Cemetary"]

Description: Postcard image of "HOUSE IN RICHMOND, TEXAS ACROSS ROAD FROM ENTRANCE TO MORTON CEMETARY C. 1895" as noted in handwriting on back of postcard. A fence is in the foreground with two women standing behind the fence in the front yard. A small tree is on the left side of the photo. The house is a one story building with a chimney on the right side.
Date: 1895~
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[The home of Dr. and Mrs. John S. Yates]

Description: Photograph (copy) of the home of Dr. and Mrs. John S. Yates built in 1909. The home was located on the corner of Avenue M and Fourth Street in Rosenberg, Texas. The house is a one and a half story white wooden building with a columned porch. Porch has railing at bottom and at top. Pot plant boxes sit along the rail of the porch steps. Shrubs in front of the house, and a fence can be seen in the foreground. A bare tree partially obscures the house. Scanned image is of the copy.
Date: 1909~
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[A man (probably J. T. Brewer) sitting on a wooden barrell]

Description: 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.
Date: 1920~
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[Five young women]

Description: Photograph (copy from a photo in the Moore Home) of a group of five young women. The only one identified is Dorothea Moore (bottom, center) who married John M. Moore II in 1916. All of the women have large bows at the back of their hair (except woman on far left - her bow is to the left of her head). They are all wearing white shirred front dresses and the three young women to the right are wearing necklaces with large pendants. They each have at least one pin on their shoulders. The photograph is generally cropped at the waist and is softly faded around the group. Scanned image is of the copy.
Date: 1915~
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[Jane Long's tombstone in Morton Cemetery.]

Description: Photograph of Jane Long's tombstone in Morton Cemetery. Photo taken as a publicity shot for the Suburbia Newspaper. Taken before stone was cleaned. Free standing tombstone in center of photograph distinctly reads LONG near bottom. Three other freestanding tombstones can be seen to the left of photograph. Tree branches at top of photograph. Trees in background.
Date: 1970/1988
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[Richmond School pupils, 7th through 10th grades]

Description: Photograph of the Richmond School pupils, 7th through 10th grades. There are eight boys (all wearing hats) sitting on the grass in the front row. Two girls are standing on a brick rail to the front steps on the right of photo. Students and teachers (2 on right) are also standing/sitting in three of the visible windows. Photograph is mounted on gray cardboard substrate. Cardboard is worn at edges with pieces being broken at top left, and bottom right and left. Back of photo in pencil: Richmond School- 7th -10th gr. 1906-07.
Date: 1906/1907
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[Two women standing on a bridge.]

Description: Photograph of two women standing on a bridge. One woman is wearing white with a white hat and the other is wearing a light-colored dress with a dark-colored hat. They are standing to the right side of the bridge. Shadows of people can be seen in the foreground. Photo is bent at each corner.
Date: 1922~
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[Dreibroat Dance Band]

Description: 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.
Date: 1920~
Partner: Fort Bend Museum