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[Outdoor photograph of Charlie Hill]

Description: Outdoor photograph (copy) of a young man. Written on back in pencil: "Date: Unknown Charlie Hill - Mrs. Linke's Brother Lived near Maxwell". In this picture of Hill that ends just above the knees, he is wearing light colored pants, dark jacket, white shirt, and print tie. Hill's dark hair is parted on the left side. Trees in background.
Date: c. 1943
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[John and Juanita Jordan]

Description: Studio photograph of a young couple. The man and woman are identified as John and Juanita Jordan. Juanita, who has short curly blond hair, is wearing a plaid dress with cap sleeves and bow tied at center of collar. John is wearing a pin striped suit, white shirt, and dark patterned tie. He has a white handkerchief in his left breast pocket of his jacket. Written near bottom of image in blue ink: "With All Our Love, Nita [&] John". Written on back of photograph in black ink: "John & Juanita Jordan Made - Nov. 3, 1949 John, 25 years of age Nita, 21 years of age". Also on back in pencil: "3-4130". The photograph was in a gray and tan folder accession 2000.042.023b.
Date: November 3, 1949
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Color photograph of Mrs. Leake]

Description: Color photograph of Mrs. Leake. Leake is seated at a table adorned with two crystal candelabras with a cake as the centerpiece. Leake, who has gray hair and eyeglasses, is wearing a dark colored v- necked dress. She has pearls around her neck. There is a wooden mantle and fireplace in left background; wooden table with lamp and vase, trash can beneath, and window in right background. Written in blue ink on front in bottom left corner: "85th". Written on back in black ink: "85th Birthday [in blue ink] 1950 Mrs. "Babe" Leake Sister Of Grandma Ryon". Stamped on back in black: "This Is A KodaColor Print Made By Eastman Kodak Company t. M. Reg. U. S. Pat. Off. Week of Oct. 17, 1949". The photograph was removed from the Mamie George photo album page 18, top.
Date: October 17, 1949
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Photograph of Matlock Rose riding the quarter horse Buster Waggoner in an outdoor arena]

Description: Photograph of Matlock Rose riding the quarter horse Buster Waggoner in an outdoor arena. Rose is "cutting" the calf on the right side of the photograph. There is a cowboy sitting on the top rail of the metal fence on the far left. Automobiles parked outside of arena near the fence. Two people are sitting on the front fender of an automobile near center background. A man is riding a white horse behind that same vehicle. Printed in white near bottom center of photograph: "Buster Waggoner, AQHA: 8336 Champion :Breckenridge NCHA, 4-30-49. Ridden by: Matlock Rose Owner: Lester Goodson J3 Ranch, Magnolia, Texas". Stamped on back of photo in red: " A James Cathey Photograph Photographer of the nation's leading Rodeos. Photographs taken of Parades, Horses, Personalities and Western Wear. James Cathey Western Photography - Phone 6-9225 'In the heart of the livestock industry" Ft. Worth Livestock Exchange Bldg. Reorder Prints By # [in pencil] 4-30-8". And in pencil "4-30-8"
Date: April 30, 1949
Creator: Cathey, James
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Automobiles surrounding a large pecan tree]

Description: Photograph of a large pecan tree. The men near the base of the tree appear to be pruning the tree. The tree has newly cut branches which are stacked on a trailer to the right. There is a wooden ladder leaning against the trailer. A truck is parked to the right of the photograph. Other automobiles are parked along the street on right and another one is parked on opposite side of corner (near center of photo). There is a brick building from center to right with sign that reads: "Electric Service H L & P Co." There are branches in the street in the foreground.
Date: [1949..1950]
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Front of the W. K. Davis home]

Description: Photograph of a two story wooden house. The house is the W. K. Davis Home. The two story house has a top and bottom floor porches. There is a car parked on the right side of the house. There is a tall pecan tree near the left corner of the house that was planted by Albert Peyton George. Partial view of a white wooden building on right; brick building in left background. Partial view of a advertisement sign in the top right corner. The photograph is bordered by a black pattern with "Fox Co." written in top left and bottom right corner. Written on back in blue ink: "Compliments of [stamp] Wendel Insurance Agency Mrs. A. C. Wendel, Agent Richmond, Texas". Also written on back: "W. K. Grandpa Davis house".
Date: [1949..1950]
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Photograph of Matlock Rose riding the quarter horse Buster Waggoner owned by Lester Goodson]

Description: Photograph of Matlock Rose riding the quarter horse Buster Waggoner owned by Lester Goodson. Rose is demonstrating the horse's cutting abilities in an outdoor arena. Rose is wearing chaps, western shirt, and cowboy hat. Calf on right of photo. Metal fence with automobiles parked on the other side in background. A cowboy sitting on the fender of a truck (two people seated in truck) has his booted feet propped on the second and third rail of fence. Tall metal pole (top not seen) on right of photo. Stamped in black on back of photograph: "Western Photograph by E. J. (Buck ) Bryan Box 7092 Sylvania Station Phone 8-8788 - Fort Worth 11, Texas No. [in ink] 6F401".
Date: 1949 - 1950
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[The southwest corner of the W. K. Davis home]

Description: Photograph of a two and a half story wooden house in Richmond, Texas. The photograph was enclosed in envelope 2000.059 and is an image of the W. K. Davis home. The photo is of the southwest corner of the house with two brick chimneys visible on the roof and the entire brick chimney visible on the right side of the house. The top and bottom porches on the front of the house are seen to the right of the photograph. Two automobiles are parked on the street next to the house. A brick business with sign that reads: "Wendel Insurance Agency [bottom line not legible]" There is a large pecan tree on far right that was planted by Albert Peyton George.
Date: [1949..1950]
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[A tall pecan tree by a sidewalk]

Description: Photograph of a tall pecan tree. Three men are standing around the base of the tree and it appears that they may have pruned the tree limbs. The top of the tree is bare and has freshly cut tops. There is a pile of limbs to the right of the man near center right. Automobiles are parallel parked to the right of photo, shrubs on left, business (brick building) in background with sign that reads: "Electric Service ? Co. There is a white house and trees in the background. The photograph has scalloped edging.
Date: [1949..1950]
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[W. K. Davis home and Electric Service H L & P Co.]

Description: Photograph of a wooden two and a half story house. The house is the W. K. Davis home and it is partially obscured by trees. Of the wooden two and a half story house, the top half story is visible. A lamp post can be seen near the rear corner of the house. There is a man wearing a white shirt and hat on the far left side of the photograph. An automobile is in motion on the street in front of the brick building with sign that reads: "Electric Service H L & P Co." Partial view of a white wooden building on far right. The photograph has scalloped edging. There is an empty lot in the foreground.
Date: [1949..1950]
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Photograph of a man holding the halter on a King Ranch owned horse]

Description: Photograph of a man holding the halter on a King Ranch owned horse. The man is wearing light colored pants with the hems tucked into cowboy boots, white shirt, and light colored felt hat. He is holding the horse halter in his right hand and he has his left hand in front of the horse's mouth. White barn in background. Black stamp on back: "J. A. Dodd Commercial Photographer Nov 29 1948 Kingsville, Texas" with black border around print.
Date: November 29, 1948
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Photograph of Smith Kendrick Hall on the King Ranch]

Description: Photograph of Smith Kendrick Hall who was a blacksmith on the King Ranch. The fireplace and work areas with tools can be seen in the interior. Smith Kendrick Hall, also known as S.K., Smitty, or Smithy, is wearing light colored pants, shirt, cap, and leather apron, and is standing just outside of the overhead doorway of the building. The chain that raises and lowers the door is hanging to the right of the photograph. Black stamp on back: "J. A. Dodd Commercial Photographer Nov 29 1948 Kingsville, Texas" with black border around print.
Date: November 29, 1948
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Photograph of the interior of a room on the King Ranch]

Description: Photograph of the interior of a room on the King Ranch. A wooden desk and chair is against a wall between two doors. A glass encased shelf above the desk displays framed photographs of horses (some at racing competitions) and horse trophies. Black stamp on back: "J. A. Dodd Commercial Photographer Nov 29 1948 Kingsville, Texas" with black border around print.
Date: November 29, 1948
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Photograph of Three Groups of Cattle]

Description: Photograph of three groups of cattle. The white bull on left is Brahman, five cattle in second group, and one bull on right (man squatting behind this bull). There is a man in walking motion to left of photograph and an African-American man standing with hands on hips to the right of the photograph. Two men are leaning on the gate in background. George Ranch house in right background. Tall trees in right background. A number "13" is written in white in bottom right corner of photograph. Stamped in purple on back of photograph: "Bob Bailey fine photography 515 Taft (at Buffalo Dr.) Houston, Texas KE - 6625 Negative Number 17144 - 13".
Date: November 29, 1948
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Photograph of the interior of a barn at the King Ranch]

Description: Photograph of the interior of a barn at the King Ranch. Rows of stalls with chain link topped partitions. Feed buckets and halters hang outside each stall. Enclosed wooden storage area on right interrupts line of stalls near center. Overhead garage door open in rear of building. Windows near roof line. Black stamp on back: "J. A. Dodd Commercial Photographer Nov 20 (?) 1948 Kingsville, Texas".
Date: November 20, 1948
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Photograph of the exterior of a barn under construction on the King Ranch]

Description: Photograph of the exterior of a barn under construction on the King Ranch. Wooden stall doors sit outside of the doorways in preparation for their placement in the building. Mounds of dirt around the perimeter of the building. A ladder can be seen leaning against a utility pole on the far right of the photograph. Black stamp on back: "J. A. Dodd Commercial Photographer Nov 11 1948 Kingsville, Texas" with black border around print.
Date: November 11, 1948
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Photograph centers on a Santa Getrudis bull in a pasture]

Description: Photograph centers on a Santa Getrudis bull in a pasture (probably on the King Ranch). Other Santa Gertrudis cattle in background. There is a calf on right side of photo. Trees in background. Written in pencil on back of photograph "Pop Eye 1948" and stamped in black on back "J. A. Dodd Commercial Photographer May 16 1948 Kingsville, Texas".
Date: May 16, 1948
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Photograph of a herd of Santa Getrudis cattle in a pasture near a water trough]

Description: Photograph of a herd of Santa Getrudis cattle in a pasture near a water trough (probably taken at the King Ranch). The cement water trough (surrounded by a puddle of water) is on the left side of the photograph. Written in black ink on back of photo: "Pop Eye". Stamped on back in black: "J. A. Dodd Commercial Photographer May 16 1948 Kingsville, Texas".
Date: May 16, 1948
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Photograph of a "Santa Getrudis Bull Coton"]

Description: Photograph of a "Santa Getrudis Bull Coton" as typewritten on front of photo. The bull is haltered and has a ring in his nose. The bull is standing in front of a wooden barn with double doors opened (probably on the King Ranch). Back of photo stamped in black: "J. A. Dodd Commercial Photographer Mar 22 1948 Kingsville, Texas".
Date: March 22, 1948
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Group of five men wearing hats and riding horses]

Description: Photograph of a group of five men on horseback. The men are dressed in western clothing with light colored felt cowboy hats. Two men to left of photograph also on horseback are exiting a covered arena. Brick arena wall in background. Photograph was probably taken during the Houston Livestock Show. Back of photograph in black ink: "Albert George" and in blue ink "Fred Golding, Pete Frost, Vernon Frosh (?), Jany [sic] 31st 1948". Stamped in blue: "Bob Bailey fine photography Fairfax 3765 1302 Rusk Avenue Houston 2, Texas 11187-4".
Date: January 31, 1948
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Man on horseback with several other men on horseback in the background]

Description: Photograph focusing on one man on horseback. The man is wearing a western suit with light colored felt hat. Several other men on horseback can be seen in an open doorway of a covered arena. Back of photograph in black ink: "Albert George" and in blue ink: "Fred Golding, Pete Frost Jany [sic] 31st 1948". Stamped in blue: "Bob Bailey fine photography Fairfax 3765 1302 Rusk Avenue Houston2, Texas Negative Number 11187-1".
Date: January 31, 1948
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Two men on horseback wearing dark western shirts]

Description: Photograph of two men on horseback. The two men are wearing dark colored western shirt with light colored felt cowboy hats. A young man can be seen standing against the brick wall of arena in background left. Another horse and rider can be partially seen to the left of the two men. Back of photograph in black ink: "Albert George" and in blue ink "Fred Golding, Earl North Jany [sic] 31st 1948".
Date: January 31, 1948
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Advertisement for A.P. George's Brahmans]

Description: Advertisement for A.P. George's Brahmans. It has a large panoramic photograph of the front of the George house with approximately twenty Brahmans in a pen in front. A large tree is on the right side. Caption underneath reads: "A group of ideal "Beef" Brahman cows in front of the home place". On bottom left of advertisement is a photo of Shiek's Jubilee, a black shorthorn. The caption at the bottom: "A.P. GEORGE Breeder of Shorthorn and Brahman Cattle RICHMOND, TEXAS".
Date: January 1948
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park