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[Brick two story building with iced-over awning]

Description: Copy of photo of brick two story building with iced-over awning. Photo is labeled on front, "Ice Crash, Pickard & Huggins, Rosenberg, Tex, Dec. 20, 24." Meyer Forster Land and Loan building, 3rd. Street, Rosenberg.
Date: 1924
Item Type: Photograph
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[Carl Czigan (as identified on back in ink) taken in 1924.]

Description: Photograph of Carl Czigan (as identified on back in ink) taken in 1924. Czigan is wearing dark short pants with dark stockings, white shirt, dark tie, and holding a dark hat with his left hand. His right hand is being him slightly. He is standing next to a white round column which supports a brick arched pavilion that leads to a brick building (on left). A picnic table can be seen on the cement of the pavilion (in center of photograph). Stamped in back: Gregg "Houston's Kodak Finisher'".
Date: 1924
Item Type: Photograph
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[Catholic Church (Holy Rosary) in Rosenberg]

Description: Copy of photo of first Catholic Church (Holy Rosary) in Rosenberg after it was burned in a fire, ca. 1923. The church was constructed in 1911 (facing George St.?). It was replaced with a brick structure in 1925.
Date: 1923
Item Type: Photograph
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[Cattle in a pen]

Description: Photograph of cattle in Pen. Probably taken at John Moore Ranch the same day at 200.003.002 & 003. Corner of pen in background.
Date: 1922
Item Type: Photograph
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[Children on scooters and bicycles at Mary Dee and August Myers' home]

Description: Photographic print of children at Mary Dee and August Myers home in Booth, TX. Children are identified as Mary Jones, Dot Myers, Mary Ann Myers (back to front). Mamie George is on porch. Child in foreground is on a scooter. Her left leg is on the scooter frame and her right leg is on the sidewalk. Child behind her is riding a tricycle. A tricycle (with no rider) is near front porch steps. Mamie is sitting in a porch swing. Photo has black trim around perimeter of the picture. Purple stamp on back of photo reads: Guaranteed for Life This is a Genuine (sic) Border Fox Tone Picture Made by Fox Company, San Antonio, Texas Trade Mark Protected.
Date: 1929
Item Type: Photograph
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[Children standing around a child in a wagon at Mary Dee and August Myers home]

Description: Photographic print of children at Mary Dee and August Myers home in Booth, TX. Children are identified as Mary Jones, Wyatt Myers (baby), Dot Myers, Mary Ann Myers. Wyatt is sitting in a wooden wagon and Mary is standing behind her. The two other children are standing back to back to the right of the photograph. White picket fence in background. Pine tree in back corner of the yard. Photograph has a black trim around the perimeter of the picture. Purple stamp on back of photo reads: Guaranteed for Life This is a Genuine (sic) Border Fox Tone Picture Made by Fox Company, San Antonio, Texas Trade Mark Protected.
Date: 1929
Item Type: Photograph
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[The construction of the Brazos River Bridge.]

Description: Photograph of the construction of the Brazos River Bridge in its final phase. Crane has steel beam for final span of bridge suspended above the top of the bridge. Railroad bridge in background.
Date: 1922
Item Type: Photograph
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[Construction of the Brazos River Bridge. Bridge is halfway across the river.]

Description: Photograph of the construction of the Brazos River Bridge at Richmond, Texas in 1922. Photograph taken looking at bridge from opposite bank. Buildings seen to far left of photo. Cement structure on far right. The photograph is torn on the right, bottom corner and along the left edge. Creased in many areas. Has red spots across bottom.
Date: 1922
Item Type: Photograph
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~
Item Type: Photograph
Partner: Fort Bend Museum