Rescuing Texas History, 2010 - 243 Matching Results

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[Portrait of Frank Rembs Moulton and Bride]
Portrait of Frank Rembs Moulton and his bride. The bride is wearing a wedding dress and elaborate veil. There is a handwritten note on the back that says "31 October" and "Frank Rembs Moulton." The photograph is mounted on mat board.
[Portrait of an Unknown Child]
Portrait of an unknown child. The baby is seated facing the camera wearing a light-colored dress. The photograph is mounted on mat board with "Fey & Braunig Halletsville & Cuero, Texas." printed at the bottom.
[Portrait of an Unknown Child]
Portrait of an unknown child. The baby is seated in a chair facing away from the camera and wearing a white gown.
[Portrait of an Unknown Boy]
Portrait of an unknown boy. The boy is wearing a white shirt with a large collar under a dark jacket, and he is looking away from the camera.
[Portrait of an Unknown Child on Scale]
Portrait of an unknown child sitting on a scale. The baby is seated facing the camera and is wearing a white dress. The baby and scale are on top of a table.
[Portrait of an Unknown Boy and Girl]
Portrait of an unknown boy and girl. The boy is standing on the left leaning on a pillar, and the girl is seated on the right. She is wearing a dark dress with flowers embroidered on the bottom.
[Portrait of an Unknown Boy and Girl]
Photograph of an unknown boy and girl. The boy is standing, leaning against the chair to his right and holding a hat in his left hand. The baby girl is seated on the chair. The photograph is mounted on mat board with "Fey & Braunig Halletsville & Cuero, Texas." printed at the bottom.
[Portrait of an Unknown Child]
Portrait of an unknown child. The baby is wearing a white dress and is seated on the ground facing the camera with a fence in the background. The photograph is mounted on mat board with "Fey & Braunig Halletsville & Cuero, Texas." printed at the bottom.
[Portrait of an Unknown Boy]
Portrait of an unknown boy. The boy is standing up, leaning against a dark chair with fringe hanging down. He has a large bow on his collar under his chin. The photograph is mounted on mat board with "Fey & Braunig Halletsville & Cuero, Texas." printed at the bottom.
[Portrait of an Unknown Child With Dog]
Portrait of an unknown child with his dog. The boy is seated on the ground wearing a large hat and petting the dog laying down to his right.
[Portrait of an Unknown Boy]
Portrait of an unknown boy. He is wearing a costume with a feathered hat and sword and posing facing the camera in front of a floral background. The photograph is mounted on mat board with "Fey & Braunig, Halletsville, Tex." printed at the bottom.
[Portrait of an Unknown Girl]
Portrait of an unknown girl. She is wearing a white dress and standing facing the camera with a floral background behind her. The photograph is mounted on mat board with "Fey & Braunig Halletsville & Cuero, Texas" printed at the bottom.
[Portrait of an Unknown Child]
Portrait of an unknown child. The baby is wearing a white gown and is posed facing the camera.
[Portrait of an Unknown Child]
Portrait of an unknown child. The baby is wearing a white gown and is posed facing the camera.
[Portrait of an Unknown Boy and Girl]
Portrait of an unknown boy and girl. Both are wearing dark clothing and facing the camera, and the girl has her tied back with a bow. The photograph is mounted on mat board with "Fey & Braunig Halletsville & Cuero, Texas" printed at the bottom.
[Portrait of an Unknown Child]
Portrait of a young unknown child. The child is wearing a white dress and seated in front of a garden backdrop. The photograph is mounted on mat board with "Fey & Braunig, Halletsville, Tex." at the bottom.
[Portrait of an Unknown Boy]
Portrait of an unknown boy. He is very young and wearing a dark coat. He is seated facing the camera.
[Portrait of an Unknown Boy]
Portrait of an unknown boy. He is seated facing the camera, and he is wearing a suit.
[Postcard of Four Girls]
Postcard of four unknown girls. The girls are posing leaning on a table in front of an unidentified building with many trees in the background.
[Portrait of an Unknown Mother and Child]
Portrait of a mother and baby. They are in front of a gray background. The oval-shaped photograph is mounted on mat board with the name and location of the photography studio in the lower left corner.
[Portrait of an Unknown Family]
Portrait of an unknown family. There is a man and a woman with two small boys. The photograph is mounted on matboard with photographer's logo.
[Portrait of Unknown Women and Girl]
Portrait of three unknown women and a little girl. Two of the women and the little girl are seated, and the third woman is standing centered behind them. All of them are wearing dark dresses. "Hallettsville Herald" is handwritten on the back.
Here Is One That Didn't Get Away
Portrait of Reinhold Kluge and child with a large fish. The two are standing in front of an unidentified building with the fishing pole and fish. Written at the bottom is "HERE IS ONE THAT DIDN'T GET AWAY" and "REINHOLD KLUGE HALLETTSVILLE AT BAYSIDE, TEX."
[Portrait of Unknown men]
Portrait of a group of unknown men. The men are posing in front of a back drop with a set that looks like a house next to them. All of the men are wearing suits and hats, and many of them are holding cigars. "Fey & Braunig Cuero, Texas" is written in the lower left corner, and "May 20, 1883" is written in the lower right corner.
Hallettsville Vikings Baseball Team
Portrait of the Hallettsville Vikings Baseball Team. Players and coaches are posing in front of a backdrop. The players are wearing dark color uniforms with an "H" and a "V" on the front.
[Portrait of a Baseball Team]
Portrait of a baseball team. The players and coaches are posing on a baseball field. The players are wearing uniforms, some of which have a visible "H" on them. Names of the persons pictured are listed on the back.
Hallettsville High School Baseball Team
Portrait of the Hallettsville High School Baseball Team. The team and coach are posing on the steps of the school. The players are in uniform with bats and gloves. No one is named.
[Portrait of Lavaca County Band]
Portrait of the Lavaca County Band in front of the Hermann Sons Hall in Moulton during a fair. All members of the band are male, and they are shown with their instruments, such as trombone, tuba, clarinet, coronet, and drums. According to the accompanying article, the members are (standing left to right) Ernest Lucke, Ernest Schultz, Frank Effenberger, Louis Rothbauer, Henry Fehrenkamp, Barney Morris, Herman Schultz, August Stock, Paul Rother, Joe Rothbauer, George E. Schultz, Lorance Rothbauer, Charles Kasper, Edmund Etlinger, Julius Schultz, C. M. Koerner, and (seated left to right) Kasper Darilek, Jacob Tomasco, Ambrose Rother, F. A. Rother, Ed. Thulemeyer, O. F. Knape, Eddie Lucke, Charles Rother, August Elster, and Ludwig Heinrichs. On the back is written this address: Walter W. Hildebrandt, R1 Box 287, Moulton, Texas 77975.
First Grand Jury Called After 1899
Postcard of the first grand jury called after the Hallettsville Courthouse was completed in 1899. The members of the jury are posing in front of the courthouse. They are not named. On the back is written "1st Grand Jury after Present Ct. House built."
[Officers and Employees of Lavaca County Texas]
Portrait of the officers and employees of Lavaca County, Texas posing in front of the court house. According to accompanying information, the people pictured are (bottom row left to right) Oliver East, John Gerdes, Judge C. L. Stavinoha, Frank Matula, Dock Burkett, (middle left to right) Judge Paul Fertsch, Frank Schoppe, E. A. Turk, Charles Strauss, Joe Bozka, (top left to right) Lewis Allen, ___ Konvicka, Bertha Mikulenka, Martha Speary, Albina Matula, Helen Mikulenka, Ferd Lacy, Leopold Mascheck, John Holubec, and Porter McCord. There is an address written on the back that says "Mrs. C. L. Stravenka 2810 Greenbriar, Houston 77006."
[Officials and Employees of Lavaca County Texas]
Portrait of the officials and employees of Lavaca County, Texas. They are posing in front of the court house. There are two people in the photograph that are named, according to the label. "Bottom row, left to right - Joseph Kopecky, ?, Frank Schoppe." Everyone else is unidentified.
[Portrait of a Group of People]
Group portrait taken in front of an unidentified building in Hallettsville, Texas. There are fifteen men, five women, and one child. According to accompanying information, the names of the people standing on the back row are (right to left) Geo. Samusch, S. Bennett, Pen Bagby, Schenck, Slavkirncy, unknown, Lindengerg, Sokol, Groeber, Wm. Appelt, Fahrenthold, Otto Rosenberg, Howerton, Brown, and unknown, and the people seated on the front row are (right to left) Salas, Haukerwitz, Sokol, Grober, Appelt, and unknown. Everyone in the photograph is wearing a hat, including the ladies. The man seated on the far right of the front row is holding a cigar. Many of the people have canes and umbrellas, or parasols.
[Portrait of Man in Buggy]
Postcard of a group of men and a horse and buggy in front of an unidentified building in Hallettsville, Texas. One of the men is sitting in the buggy, and the rest of the men are standing behind on the sidewalk. All of the Men are wearing suits and hats. There is a sign above the entrance of the building that says "Welcome Visitors." "From Mr. J.H. Appelt" is handwritten on the back.
Fire Protection, Hallettsville, Texas
Postcard of a group of firemen posing in the Hallettsville Fire Department's Horse and Fire Wagon on LaGrange Street in front of the Fire Hall. According to accompanying information, the persons in the wagon (left to right) are Richard Waltersdorf, John E. Buss, and O. T. East, and the horse is called "Headlight." "Fire Protection, Hallettsville, Texas" is printed beneath the image. On the back is a letter written to Mrs. Henry Messer in Shiner, Texas.
Fire Protection, Hallettsville, Texas
Postcard of a group of firemen posing on three fire trucks outside of an unidentified building in Hallettsville, Texas. According to accompanying information, the first truck on the far left is a 1920 chemical fire truck and the persons posing on it (left to right) are Julius G. Jalufka, Freddie Buss, Henry Pohl, and Collie McCord. The middle truck is a 1918 fire truck and the persons posing on it (left to right) are Paul H. Fertsch, Joseph F. Fritsch, Otto Hanak, Emil Burkett, and (standing) N. A. Moreland. The third truck, on the far right, is a 1920 pumper fire truck and the persons posing on it (left to right) are John Burkett, Jr., Buck Sokol, and Rudolph Sokol. "Hallettsville, Texas" is written in the lower-left corner and "Fire Protection" is written under the truck on the far right.
[Woodmen of the World No. 333]
Portrait of the Woodmen of the World in Ezzell, Texas. The men are posing in front of some trees, and some of them are wearing ribbons. "WOW No. 333" is written at the bottom of the photograph, and there is some writing on the back.
[Teachers Meeting]
Portrait taken at a teachers meeting. There are many men and women in the group, including five nuns. Many of the women are wearing large hats. They are posing in front of an unidentified building. There are several umbrellas laying on top of a pile of boards at the front left of the photograph.
Hallettsville High School Class of 1931
Portrait of the Hallettsville High School graduating class of 1931. There are fourteen young men and eleven young ladies pictured. All of the boys are wearing suits, and the girls are wearing dresses. At the bottom right is written "H.H.S. Class 1931 Hallettsville-Tex."
Reunion of Hospital Babies
Portrait of a reunion of babies born at the Rengers Hospital. Mothers, children, and doctors are gathered in a garden. At the bottom right corner is written "Reunion Hospital Babies Accompanied by Mothers at Rengers Hospital July 8, 1929." According to accompanying information, the people in the photograph are (left to right) D. A. Paulas, Dr. Paul Renger, Dr. Kahn, and Dr. Boethel. Other people identified are Mrs. Emily Renger, Mrs. Kahn and Joe Max, Mrs. Robbie J. Timm and daughter Aileen, Mrs. Hilda (Boethel) Smajstrla and daughter Charlene, Mrs. George Bucek and son George Jr., Mrs. Ervin Bucek and son Charles, and Mrs. Julius Bucek and daughter Margaret Agnes.
Hallettsville VFD Celebration Committee
Portrait of the Hallettsville Volunteer Fire Department Celebration Committee. The members are sitting or standing around a table, and many of them have something to drink. According to the accompanying article, the seated members are (left to right) H. J. Braunig, John E. Buss, H. J. Heye, Richard Waltersdorf, and Charles Pillar, and the standing members are (left to right) Willie J. Miller, Richard J. Strauss, Otto von Rosenberg, and Mauritz Nau. Written in the center of the photograph is "June 27, 1910 Celebration Com." On the right side is written "Final Report." The article states that "President Pillar appointed committee to see if celebration could be had in June or July at the Park Verein," and that on June 24, 1910 "The firemen met and reported all preparations for the big celebration were perfected and letters were received that large delegations would be here from Yoakum, Shiner, Gonzales, El Campo, Nordheim, Yorktown, Eagle Lake, and other towns."
Monarch Saloon Float
Photograph of the Monarch Saloon parade float. The float is on a wagon pulled by horses or mules, and it is full of people holder glasses of beer and waving flags. It and another float are parked in front of an unknown building. According to accompanying information and the banner on the float, C. Elstner was the proprietor.
[Photograph of a Float]
Photograph of a float being pulled by horses. The float is covered in flowers. There are women and children in costume and a man driving the horses. The float is parked in front of a Hardware store, and there are people on the sidewalk watching. There is a note on the back addressed to Rossie that says "Please give this to Mama and tell them I say for them to write. How are all, Amelia."
Parade Around Lavaca Co. Courthouse Square
Photograph of the parade around the Lavaca County Courthouse square. There are two wagons in the picture with men riding in them holding flags. The wagon on the left is being pulled by two horses, and the wagon on the right is being pulled by two mules. There is a banner above the street that says "Welcome to the National Hall," and there are unidentified buildings in the background. There is something written across the top of the photograph, not in English. There is an address written on the back to "Mary Joyce Hermes, Rt.9 Box 144F, Victoria, TX 77901."
Confirmation Class of St. Joseph Catholic Church
Portrait of a confirmation class at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Moulton, Texas. The group is made up of girls and boys, and they are posing in front of an unidentified building, maybe the church. According to accompanying information, the pastor in the picture is Rev. August H. Falkenberg.
Shiloh-Mixon Creek Lutheran Church Confirmation Class
Portrait of the Shiloh-Mixon Creek Lutheran Church Confirmation Class of 1932. The people pictured are (back row) Edmund Mertz, Lorene Fertech Overgoner, Hilmer Mertz, Frieda Harold Provazek, Leona Lorfing Hahnke, Gus Herman, Tonie Fritsch Poe, Oscar Lorfing, (2nd row) Bessie Ronish Lorfing, Pastor A. T. Kluge, Adele Lorfing Opela, (3rd row) Elizabeth Mache Koch, Oscar Herman, Marie Langenberg, Christine Herman Elliot, Fred Rode, Adela Rode Teltschik, (front row) Victoria Schultz Orsak, and Sophie Mache. At the bottom right corner is written "Shiloh-Mixon Creek Confirmation Class 1932."
[Portrait of Pius Fey and Henry J. Braunig]
Portrait of Pius Fey and Henry J. Braunig. Henry is seated in the chair, and Pius is on the left sitting on the armrest. According to accompanying information, Fey and Braunig were business partners. The photograph is mounted on heavy mat board.
[Portrait of Henry J. Braunig and an Unknown Man]
Portrait of Henry J. Braunig and an unknown man. Henry is standing holding a glass. There is a pitcher, books, and a newspaper on the table.
[Portrait of Henry J. Braunig]
Portrait of Henry J. Braunig in uniform. According to accompanying information, he was the Chief of the Hallettsville Volunteer Fire Department, 6th Chief of Department from 1900 to 1903, and 8th Chief of Department from 1906 to 1918.
Fey and Braunig Studio
Photograph of the Fey and Braunig Studio in Hallettsville, Texas. On the back, is a handwritten note that says "This is a picture of the first Fey & Braunig studio and skylight in Hallettsville, Texas when Fey and Braunig decided to establish a permanent studio in Hallettsville as well as the one in Cuero, Texas." Another note on the back states that the studio was located north of the present day Hallettsville Lumber Company building on Hwy. 77. According to the accompanying article, the photo belonged to Mrs. H. H. Ahrens, daughter of the late H. G. Braunig, who is pictured standing under the sign. The building had a skylight.
Fey and Braunig's Portable Photography Studio
Photograph of Fey and Braunig's Portable Photography Studio. The tent says "Fey & Braunig Photographer" with a a picture of a camera at the top right. There are unidentified men around and inside the tent posing for the camera. There is a child's rocking horse toy inside the tent on the left. A note on the back says "Fey & Braunig portable Photographic Studio."