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[Photograph of a Methodist Church]

Description: Photograph of a Methodist Church. It is a white building with arched windows along the side and two doors and columns along the front. There is a cross on top. "First Methodist Church" appears above the columns. Mrs. McBride's name is written on the back.
Date: 1949
Partner: Gillespie County Historical Society

[Photograph of a Rock Building]

Description: Photograph of a small rock building. It has two windows and a door in front, and there is a closed sign in the window to the right. There is another unidentified building in the background to the right. The following is written on the back: "Formerly Gor[?] Fest[?] Travel."
Date: unknown
Partner: Gillespie County Historical Society

[Photograph of a Stone Building in Fredericksburg]

Description: Negative of an unidentified stone building in Fredericksburg, Texas. This is a small building with two windows and a door in front. There is a "Closed" sign in the window on the left. A stone path leads up to the door. There is another unidentified building in the background on the right side of the photograph.
Date: unknown
Partner: Gillespie County Historical Society

[Photograph of a Texas Historical Marker]

Description: Negative of the Texas State Historical Marker for the First Methodist Church of Fredericksburg, Texas. It says the following: "Oldest Methodist Church in the Hill Country. Founded 1849 as a German Mission by the Rev. Eduard Schneider. The charter members: Melchoir and Rosine Bauer; Johann and Margaretha Durst; Friedrich and Sophie Ellebracht; Ernst and Dorothea Houy; Ferdinand and Maria Kneese, Ludwig Kneese, Friedrich Kneese, Louise Kneese; Heinrich and Catharine Stiehl; Jacob and Catharine Treibs; Fritz and Friderika (Mary) Winkel. In 1855, during pastorate of the Rev. C. A. Grote, a 40 x 60-foot native stone church was built; it still serves after 1912-14, 1923, and 1948-49 remodelings." The sign was placed in 1972.
Date: unknown
Partner: Gillespie County Historical Society

[Photograph of a Texas Historical Marker]

Description: Negative of the Texas State Historical Marker for the First Methodist Church of Fredericksburg, Texas. It says the following: "Oldest Methodist Church in the Hill Country. Founded 1849 as a German Mission by the Rev. Eduard Schneider. The charter members: Melchoir and Rosine Bauer; Johann and Margaretha Durst; Friedrich and Sophie Ellebracht; Ernst and Dorothea Houy; Ferdinand and Maria Kneese, Ludwig Kneese, Friedrich Kneese, Louise Kneese; Heinrich and Catharine Stiehl; Jacob and Catharine Treibs; Fritz and Friderika (Mary) Winkel. In 1855, during pastorate of the Rev. C. A. Grote, a 40 x 60-foot native stone church was built; it still serves after 1912-14, 1923, and 1948-49 remodelings." The sign was placed in 1972.
Date: unknown
Partner: Gillespie County Historical Society

[Photograph of an Antique Store]

Description: Negative of an antique store in Fredericksburg, Texas. The store is a two-story stone building with a covered porch. There are two windows with shutters and a set of old doors in front. A spinning wheel is sitting on the porch, and there is a sign that says Antiques. There is a car in the street in front of the store, and there is another building to the left. Part of a water tower is visible on the left side of the photograph.
Date: unknown
Partner: Gillespie County Historical Society

[Photograph of an Antique Store]

Description: Negative of an antique store in Fredericksburg, Texas. The store is a two-story stone building with a covered porch. There are two windows with shutters and a set of old doors in front. A spinning wheel is sitting on the porch, and there is a sign that says Antiques. There is a sign in front with the name of the store, but it cannot be read completely from this angle. The water tower in the background says Fredericksburg.
Date: unknown
Partner: Gillespie County Historical Society

[Photograph of an Antique Store]

Description: Negative of an antique store in Fredericksburg, Texas. The store is a two-story stone building with a covered porch. There are two windows with shutters and a set of old doors in front. A spinning wheel is sitting on the porch, and there is a sign that says Antiques.
Date: unknown
Partner: Gillespie County Historical Society

[Photograph of Ana Jentsch next to a Bush]

Description: Photograph of Ana Jentsch standing next to a flowering bush. She is wearing a dark dress with a collar. Her name is written on the back of the photograph. The following is stamped on the back: "Guaranteed for Life This is a Genuine Border Fox Tone Picture Made By Fox Co., San Antonio, Texas, Copyrighted 1927 by Carl D. Newton."
Date: unknown
Partner: Gillespie County Historical Society

[Photograph of Ana Jentsch on a Hill]

Description: Photograph of a woman standing on a rocky hill wearing a light colored dress and hat. According to the back of the photograph, her name is Ana Jentsch. The Fox Company's stamp is on the back and says "Guaranteed for Life, This is a Genuine Border Fox Tone Picture Made By Fox Company, San Antonio, Texas, Copyrighted 1927 by Carl D. Newton."
Date: unknown
Partner: Gillespie County Historical Society

[Photograph of Ana Jentsch with Cow and Calf]

Description: Photograph of Ana Jentsch standing next to a cow and her calf. Ana is holding a rope that is attached to the cow's horns. Her name is written on the back of the photograph. The following is stamped on the back: "Guaranteed for Life This is a Genuine Border Fox Tone Picture Made By Fox Co., San Antonio, Texas, Copyrighted 1927 by Carl D. Newton."
Date: unknown
Partner: Gillespie County Historical Society

[Photograph of Baseball Players at Fiftieth Anniversary Reunion]

Description: Copy print of a photograph of eight former baseball players at the fiftieth anniversary reunion in June 1959 at Peters Hall. According to the information on the back of the photograph, the names of the men pictured are, from left to right, Joe Molberg, Ernst Nagel, Toby Williams, Emil Wahrmund, Walter Klaerner, Walter Pfeil, Max T. Henke, and Bill Klaerner.
Date: unknown
Partner: Gillespie County Historical Society

[Photograph of Calico Cat in Fredericksburg]

Description: Negative of a business called Calico Cat in Fredericksburg, Texas. The store is in a two-story stone building with an awning over the sidewalk in front. There are four older looking windows on the second floor, and there are display windows on the bottom floor. There are some objects in the display windows, but they appear to be covered up. The front end of a car is visible in the street, on the right side of the photograph.
Date: unknown
Partner: Gillespie County Historical Society