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[Photograph of Ship "U.S. Army-LT-580"]

Description: Photograph of a U.S. army ship, LT-580, docked. There are three men on the left side of the ship and a roll of cable on the deck. Front of photograph: Levingston Shipbldg Co. Hull 337, 6-14-44. Contract W 2789 tc-1225." Back of photograph: "LSC Hull No. 337. 143' x 33' x 17'. Levingston Shipbuilding Co. Front & Mills STS. Orange, Texas."
Date: unknown
Creator: Business Men's Studio
Partner: Heritage House Museum

[Photograph of Ship "U.S. Army-LT-580"]

Description: Photograph of a ship, U.S. Army-LT-580, docked. The ship has multiple ropes and cables hanging. Front of photograph: Levingston Shipbldg Co. Hull 337. 5-31-44. Contract W 2789 tc-1225. Back of photograph: "LSC Hull NO. 337. 143' x 33' x 17'. Levingston Shipbuilding Co. Front & Mills STS. Orange, Texas."
Date: unknown
Creator: Business Men's Studio
Partner: Heritage House Museum

[Where Business is Done]

Description: Color postcard picturing a street scene in Orange, Texas "Where business is done" A hardware company is on the left and horse-drawn carriages are on both sides of the street. Correspondence on the back reads, "Hello Murray, How are you? if you see Frank will you try to find out Mrs. Pittman's address and let me know. answer this to 411 Fourth St. Mary." It is addressed to Mrs. J.B. Murray, 1492 Forsythe St., Beaumont, Tex. It is postmarked Orange, Texas on Aug 20, 1908.
Date: 1908~
Partner: Heritage House Museum

[Sunset Grove Country Club in Orange, Texas]

Description: Photographic postcard picturing the Sunset Grove Country Club in Orange, Texas. There is a rock wall in the foreground. Correspondence in the back reads, "Wed. Morn. We spent last nite in Beaumont - went to Port Arthur & eating breakfast in Orange, Texas. Leaving for La - now. Has been cloudy most of time. Magnolia trees as big as big elm trees in Rogers - Love, Eliz & Don" It is addressed to Mrs. W. Province, 2607 N. Shortel, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. It is postmarked Orange, Texas on May 22, 1940.
Date: unknown
Partner: Heritage House Museum

[St. Paul's Episcopal Church - Orange, Texas]

Description: Photographic postcard of St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Orange, Texas. The building is constructed of stone and it has a large bell tower over its entryway. The address is 1401 W Park Ave. Correspondence on the back of the card reads, "Dear Betty , Les & [ ], We arrived safely Friday afternoon to find beautiful weather, all the roses in bloom, the dogwood just heavenly. I'll write a long letter soon. Love to all, Nat" It is addressed to Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Herbert, 65 Century Rd., So. Weymouth, 90, Massachusetts. It is postmarked Orange, Texas on Mar 25, 1957.
Date: unknown
Partner: Heritage House Museum

Max Goldfine and Wife During Oil Boom

Description: Photograph of Max Goldfine standing next to his wife. He is wearing denim pants and a button-up shirt and she is wearing a skirt, blouse, and apron. Behind them are two buggies pulled by six horses and six workers. Behind that are six oil spindletops and trees. Typed and taped on the bottom of the mat is, "Max Goldfine family in Orangefield during boom. They operated a dry goods store."
Date: unknown
Partner: Heritage House Museum