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[Albert Peyton George with an unidentified gentleman]
Photograph of Albert Peyton George with an unidentified gentleman, who may possibly be William Kinchen Davis or J.H.P. Davis. George, who is standing on the right with his hands behind his back, is wearing a three piece suit, white shirt, tie, and felt hat. Partial view of Model T cars in background. There is a number "76" in bottom left corner of photo. Trees in right background. Back of photograph in pencil: "Feby [sic] 21st - 1915." and vertically "61".
[Woman sitting in an automobile with three people standing nearby]
Photograph of a woman sitting in an automobile as three people stand nearby. The woman, sitting in the driver's seat, is wearing a white blouse. Woman standing nearest car door is wearing a dark colored ankle length dress. Man standing in center is wearing a dark three piece suit. Man on far right, who is standing with his hands on his hips, is wearing knee high boots, pants, and jacket (may be a military outfit). The dirt road is to the right of the photo; wooden buildings with bare trees beside them in right and left background. Writing in black ink: "San Antonio Texas March 10 1918." Stamped on back in black "20".
[Nine men standing around and sitting in a Marion "Bob Cab" automobile]
Photograph identical to 2000.014.002 There are nine men in the photograph standing around and sitting in a car that belonged to Dr. Chas. Castelaw and was a Marion 'Bob Cab'. Behind the car, to the right, is a J.T. Dyer sign. A small, brown haired girl, identified by writing on the substrate surrounding the picture as Martha Virginia Hinson (Ansel), is standing on the left fender of the car. From left to right, the men are identified as Bill Jones, Cap. Rich (Marshall Howard Rich) Chas. Crawford, Dr. Chas Castelaw, Walter Jones, "Bud" Davis, Earnest Farmer, Albert P. George Martha Virginia Huison (Ansel) and Joe Jones. Photo enclosed in an ivory, twofold substrate with identification markings (used in this description) on left side. On bottom, right corner of matte under photo, photographer's mark: "Boek Studio VICTORIA, TEXAS"
[Photograph of Mr. And Mrs. J.H.P. Davis]
Photograph of Mr. And Mrs. J.H.P. Davis. Mr. Davis, who has gray hair, is wearing dark slacks and dark vest with white long sleeved shirt. He is holding his dark, felt hat in his right hand. Mrs. Davis is wearing a light colored dress that is shirred from shoulders to waist and buttons from the collar to just below the waistline. Her gray hair is pulled back into a bun. The couple is standing on their front porch. White wooden building in background. The photograph is bordered by a black pattern.
[Photograph of Mr. And Mrs. J.H.P. Davis]
Photograph of Mr. And Mrs. J.H.P. Davis. The photograph was taken outdoors. Mr. Davis is seated in a wooden chair and is wearing a dark three piece suit, white shirt, and dark bow tie. He is wearing a white hat with dark band. His hands are resting on his thighs. Mrs. Davis, who has her graying hair pulled loosely back into a bun, is wearing a white blouse with ruffles at collar and ends of her long sleeves and a floor length full dark skirt. Her hands are together are her waist. Back of photograph in pencil: "Mr. & Mrs. JHP Davis".
[Group of men at Camp George]
Photograph of a group of men at Camp George. Notation on front of photograph "Feb 22 1910 Camp George". Majority of the group is sitting on the ground in background. In the foreground one man is standing on left and he is holding a bottled beverage; the other man is standing in a wheelbarrow while he is holding a bottled beverage up near his shoulder (his right hand is up near his shoulder also, with palms flat. There is a barbed wire fence behind the group. Two horses are tied to a tree in right background. Pasture and trees in background. The photograph is mounted on a cardboard substrate.
[Photograph of four men]
Photograph of four men "horse playing" for the camera outdoors near the cabin at Camp George. Notation written vertically near bottom left corner of photograph reads: "Feb - 22 1910 Camp George". Two of the men are holding on to a third man (wearing denim pants) who is holding a bottled beverage in front of him. Camp George Cabin is to the left of the photograph. Trees in background. Photograph is mounted on a cardboard substrate.
[Three men watching over an open pit cookout at Camp George]
Photograph of three African-American men watching over an open pit cookout at Camp George. Notation on front of photograph in blue ink "Feb 22 1910 Camp George" Man on left (in background) is seated on a pile of wood. Man in center is dressed in dark slacks, white jacket, and black tie. He is holding a plate possibly in preparation to serve guests of Camp George. Man on right is bent over the grill filled with meats. There is a large serving platter on the far right of the grill. The photograph is mounted on a cardboard substrate.
[Albert Peyton George holding the lead rope of a horse]
Photograph of Albert Peyton George holding the lead rope of a horse. Mr. George is wearing a three piece dark suit and a light colored felt hat. Wooden barns with stock pens in background. Dog in front of the wooden partition of the stock pen in background just to the right of George. Engraved in bottom left corner: "H. H. Morris, Galveston, Tex."
[Photograph of the wooden cabin surrounded by a large number of automobiles]
Photograph of Camp George. The wooden cabin with screened porch is surrounded by a large number of automobiles. Trees in background. Notation on back of photograph reads: "Feby [sic] 21st - 1915" and "61" written vertically.
[A large group of automobiles parked in front of Camp George]
Photograph of Camp George. The wooden cabin with screened porch is surrounded by a large number of automobiles. There is a large water puddle in foreground. Trees in background. Notation on back of photograph reads: "Feby [sic] 21st - 1915" and "61" written vertically.
[Postcard image of a man standing on the front of a locomotive]
Postcard image of a man standing on the front of a locomotive. The man with long white beard is wearing knee high boots, dark slacks, white long sleeved shirt, and dark hat. The locomotive has flags flying near top left, and right, Texas flag flying on lower right, and has a number "3009" in center front. Text at bottom of photo reads: "At Booth, Tex Nov. 11th 1911". Railroad tracks in foreground, trees on left, wooden building with people standing beside it on right.
[The dirt driveway leading to the George house]
Photograph looking down the dirt driveway leading to the George house. A white posted barbed wire fence runs along the right side up until the white picket fence that surrounds the George house in the distance. The two story white George house can be seen behind some small trees in the distance on the right. Directly down the driveway is a white garage with two garage doors open. On the left side is a white posted barbed wire fence. On back, handwritten: "GEORGE HOUSE".
[Two men standing on the edge of a rock cliff overlooking a city]
Outdoor photograph of two men standing on the edge of a rock cliff overlooking a city. The photograph is titled "400' [not legible] Aurora(or v)e (?) Deadwood. S.D. Aug '19". The two men are dressed in suits and hats. Written on back of photograph in pencil: "3".
[Two men standing on a wooden bridge]
Photograph of two men standing on a wooden bridge in "Beatrice, Nebr. Feb. 1919" as written below image. The two men are wearing dark suits, overcoats, gloves, and hats (man on left dark felt hat; man on right golf cap). They are standing on a wooden snow covered bridge. They have their arms resting on the iron rail. Written in pencil on back: "12".
[A man leaning against a window sill of a building with his arms folded]
Photograph titled "Deadwood S. D. 8-19" of a man leaning against a window sill of the exterior of a stucco building. The man has his arms crossed at his chest and his right ankle over his left. He is wearing a dark suit, white shirt, tie, and flat top hat. Written on back in pencil: "5".
["Burlington Bridge" in Nebraska City, Nebraska]
Photograph titled "Burlington Bridge Over Missouri River At Nebraska City, Nebr. Mar. 1919". A train with smoking engine is crossing the bridge made of steel trestles and cement bridge supports in the water.
[A man working at a desk]
Photograph titled "Beatrice, Nebr. Jan. 1919" as written below the image. The photograph shows a man seated behind a desk. The man, who is wearing a dark vest, white shirt, and a dark tie, is holding an ink pen in his right hand. There are several bottles of ink, stacks of papers, rolls of paper, and stamps and stamp pads on the desk top. There is a light fixture at top and drapes (pulled back) in the background. Written on back in pencil: "41".
[Three men standing on a bridge at the Iowa-Nebraska state line]
Photograph titled "On Iowa-Nebr. State Line. Mar. 1919" of three men standing on a bridge. All three men are wearing dark suits; man on right is also wearing a knee length overcoat. The man in center is holding a pigeon in his hands. Steel trestles of bridge at top of photograph.
[Three men wearing suits and hats, outside of a building]
Outdoor photograph of three men titled "At Deadwood S. D. Aug. '19" The three men are dressed in suits and ties and they are wearing hats. The man on left is holding a cigarette between his fingers and his hand is at his chest. The men are standing on a wooden sidewalk with an ornate wrought iron rail on left and the exterior wall of a stucco building on right. Mountain with trees in left background. Written on back in pencil: "3".
[A man standing on a cliff overlooking a city]
Outdoor photograph titled "At Deadwood, S. D. Aug. 1919" of a man standing on a cliff overlooking a city. The man is wearing a dark suit, white shirt, dark tie, and a hat. Written on back in pencil: "5".
[Nebraska City viewed from across the Missouri River in Iowa]
Photograph titled "Nebraska City Viewed From Iowa" as printed at bottom of image. The photograph shows a large body of water in foreground with a city on other side.
[Photograph of seven men standing in a row]
Photograph of seven men standing in a row in front of the rear of two automobiles in a field. They are all wearing dark suits and ark hats. There is an automobile in the distance on the right and two near the men on the left. Dense trees line the background. On back, handwritten: "Feby 21st 1915".
[Postcard image of "White Villa Marlin Tex June 20 1919"]
Postcard image of "White Villa Marlin Tex June 20 1919" as written in white text at bottom of image. The photograph shows eight children seated in the grass, five women seated in chairs, and six men and one woman standing. The group is in front of a white wooden building. There is a wire and wooden post fence in left background; shrubs on right and in left background.
[Photograph of T. W. Davis sitting on the steps]
Photograph of T. W. Davis sitting on the steps leading to the front porch of a house. Davis is wearing a dark suit and tie with a white shirt and light colored felt hat. Balustrade of porch to left Three hanging baskets are hanging from porch ceiling. A wooden rocker to the right of photo. Sidewalk in foreground. Back of photograph in pencil: "123".
[Thomas Walter (Bud) Davis wearing a felt hat]
Photograph close-up of Thomas Walter (Bud) Davis reproduced from image 2000.014.002. Davis is wearing a white shirt and light colored square crowned felt hat. Steering wheel in foreground. Back of photograph in pencil: "Bud Davis".
[Nine men and a little girl gathered around an automobile]
Postcard image of nine men and a little girl on and around an automobile. The little girl is standing on the left fender of the automobile. Thomas Walter Davis is standing in the center of the photograph just beyond the image of the steering wheel. He is wearing a white shirt and a light colored square crowned felt hat. He is holding a cigarette in his left hand (visible below steering column of vehicle). To the right of the photograph is a sign reading: "J. T. DYER". On back of postcard is the Post Card mail information.
[Button that states: "FORT WORTH THE REAL COW TOWN WELCOME HOME AGAIN 1912"]
Button. Blue border, white background, orange steer. "FORT WORTH THE REAL COW TOWN WELCOME HOME AGAIN 1912". A cream colored ribbon used to hang from it, but is completely missing. Old Object Term: Commemorative button, livestock
[Green and white pin states: "MEMBER N.F. AND B.S. FT. WORTH 1912"]
Green and white pin states: "MEMBER N.F. AND B.S. FT. WORTH 1912 (in center)". Old Object Term: Commemorative pin
[Pin has star in center that states: "TEXAS BANKERS ASSN. GALVESTON, 1913"]
Pin has star in center. Pin states: "TEXAS BANKERS ASSN. GALVESTON, 1913". Old Object Term: Commemorative pin, banker
[Two tiered "Trans-Mississippi Commercial Congress" pin]
Two tiered pin connected with small chains. Top tier is a circle atop a pair of wings. Lettering states: "TRANS-MISSISSIPPI COMMERCIAL CONGRESS". Second tier has an image of a woman sitting with left hand extended upward holding a torch and right hand holding a corn stalk. Lettering on either side states: "NOV 1910 SAN ANTONIO, TEX." Old Object Term: Commemorative pin
[Rectangular pin at top states: "EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE"]
Rectangular pin at top states: "EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE". Blue ribbons extends down to outline of North American continent. On this, it states: "8TH ANNUAL CONVENTION INTER STATE INLAN WATERWAY LEAGUE NOVEMBER-1912 PALACIOS, TEX." Old Object Term: Commemorative pin
[Two tiered gold Fort Worth livestock convention pin]
Two tiered gold metal pin. Top portion states: "FT. WORTH 1912 36TH ANNUAL CONVENTION" Lower portion, in circular shape, states: "CATTLE RAISERS ASS'N OF TEXAS MEMBER". Old Object Term: Commemorative pin, livestock
[Gold round badge states: "CATTLE RAISERS ASS'N OF TEXAS MEMBER"]
Gold round badge states: "CATTLE RAISERS ASS'N OF TEXAS MEMBER" Blue ribbon with gold writing states: "EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 38TH ANNUAL CONVENTION FT. WORTH TEXAS MARCH 1914" Old Object Term: Commemorative ribbon, livestock
[Blue and white button that states: "FORT WORTH THE REAL COW TOWN"]
Blue and white button that states: "FORT WORTH THE REAL COW TOWN (around outside) WELCOME HOME 1912 AGAIN (in center). An orange image of a cow is in the center. Old Object Term: Commemorative button, livestock
[Gold pin with blue ribbon extends downward with a gold outline of the North American continent]
Gold pin on top states: "DELEGATE" Blue ribbon extends downward with a gold outline of the North American continent hanging from the end. On continent: "8TH ANNUAL CONVENTION INTER STATE INLAND WATERWAY LEAGUE NOVEMBER - 1912 PALACIOS, TEX." Old Object Term: Commemorative pin
[Button red border with stylized railroads leading to Ft. Worth. "AMERICAN NATIONAL LIVE STOCK ASSOCIATION 1911"]
Button, red border with stylized railroads leading to Ft. Worth. "AMERICAN NATIONAL LIVE STOCK ASSOCIATION 1911" Old Object Term: Commemorative pin, livestock
[Gold medal with red and white ribbon]
Gold medal with red and white ribbon. "FT. WORTH 1912 36TH ANNUAL CONVENTION" on top half, "CATTLE RAISERS ASS'N OF TEXAS. MEMBER" on bottom half. Old Object Term: Commemorative ribbon, livestock
[Gold metal pin that states: "KEY TO FORT WORTH 34TH ANNUAL CONVENTION"]
Pin is gold metal and at top has a cougar on top of a key that states: "KEY TO FORT WORTH 34TH ANNUAL CONVENTION" Image of Texas with a cattle head in the center and a banner across the top. Banner states: "MEMBER CATTLE RAISERS' ASS'N 1910". Old Object Term: Commemorative pin, livestock
[Photograph of R. G. Brhman]
Photograph of R. G. Brhman. In this studio portrait, Brhman is wearing a dark suit, white shirt, and white tie. The suit coat's top button is buttoned with the chain of his pocket watch visible near the pants waist. He has his dark hair parted near middle left. The photograph is secured in a textured brown folder. The folder has an ornate engraved oval on front cover, top left. When opened the folder encloses the photograph in a rectangular matte that has a line textured pattern followed by a stripe pattern around the perimeter of the photo. Written in black ink near bottom right corner of matte: "Sincerely, R. G. Brhman, 5-16-'18". Image dimensions are approximately: 14.5 x 9.
[Cream button with image of a longhorn on front]
Cream button with image of a longhorn on front. Lettered around edges: "OKLAHOMA CITY 1913" Old Object Term: Commemorative button, livestock
["El Paso" ribbon]
Ribbon. Red with black letters. "EL PASO 1910" Old Object Term: Commemorative pin
[Button with an image of a longhorn in center that states: "OKLAHOMA CITY 1913"]
Button with an image of a longhorn in center. States: "OKLAHOMA CITY 1913". Old Object Term: Commemorative button, livestock
[Beige silk ribbon that states: "The Latch String is O_ Meet me in SAN ANTONIO 1911"]
Beige silk ribbon that states: "The Latch String is O_ Meet me in SAN ANTONIO 1911". Picture of the Alamo is at the bottom. Old Object Term: Commemorative ribbon
[Pin with ribbon]
Pin with ribbon. Top "TEXAS BANKERS ASSOCIATION" Ribbon "SAN ANTONIO MAY 7 - 8 - 9 1912" Bottom in handwriting "J. H. Davis, J.H.P. Davis & Co., Richmond, Texas" Old Object Term: Commemorative pin, banker
["Interstate Waterway Convention" ribbon with "Delegate" button]
Ribbon with button. "DELEGATE INTERSTATE WATERWAY CONVENTION Beaumont, Texas OCT. 20-21, 1910. Old Object Term: Commemorative pin
[Pin with a star at top reads: "EL PASO"]
Pin with a star at top and "EL PASO" lettered on left side and "MAR 18020 1913" lettered on right side. Underneath on banner: "37TH ANNUAL CONVENTION". On a rectangular bar hanging from top tier by small chains: "EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE". Small red and white striped ribbon extends to circle on top of a star on bottom, it states: "CATTLE RAISERS' ASS'N OF TEXAS". Old Object Term: Commemorative pin, livestock
[Three tiered San Antonio livestock "Executive Committee" pin]
Three tiered pin that is connected by small chains. The top rectangular pin states "Executive Committee". Second tier is circular with an image of the Alamo in center. Underneath it states: "35TH ANNUAL CONVENTION MARCH 21-23, 1911 SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS". Third tier is a blue star with a white circle on top that states: "CATTLE RAISERS ASSOCIATION OF TEXAS". Old Object Term: Commemorative pin, livestock
[Three tiered San Antonio livestock "Executive Committee" pin]
Three tiered pin connected by small chains. Top tier has the head of a bull with a rectangular plaque underneath that states: "EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE". Second tier states: "SAN ANTONIO MAR. 9-10-11 1915". Third tier is a star with a circle on top. It states: "TEXAS CATTLE RAISERS ASSOCIATION". Old Object Term: Commemorative pin, livestock
[Two tiered San Antonio livestock pin]
Two tiered pin. Top pin is a semi-circle with image of Alamo in center. Underneath on rectangle, it states: "35th ANNUAL CONVENTION MARCH 21-23, 1911 SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS" Old Object Term: Commemorative pin, livestock