Copy negative of Helvig Jensen Berdnt's farm in Denmark. Men and women are standing outside of the low-roofed building with a horse-pulled wagon. A dirt path leads up to the farm and through an arched pathway leading to the back of the building. An inset photograph displays an alternate view of the farm.
Copy negative of workers standing outside of a blacksmith shop in Denmark. The men and women are grouped around a piece of machinery outside of the large brick building. The women, who are all dressed in formal attire, are standing to the right of the machinery. The men are dressed in work clothes. Carl Harton is identified in the photograph with a hand-written note.
Family genealogy tracing the descendants of Jorgen and Ane Ingvardsen who immigrated from Denmark and settled in Danevang, Texas around 1904. The table of contents lists: Tusind Tak, History, Register Report of Ingvart Hansen Ingvardsen, Kinship Report of Ingvart Hansen Ingvardsen, and an index (starting on page 37). Documentation also includes immigration records for family members with a photocopy of the original manifest, and photographs from several generations.
Color photograph of a black and white portrait of a man in a military uniform posed next to an elaborate piece of furniture. He is identified as H.J. Berndt, who served as a guard for Kaiser Wilhelm in Germany when Germany occupied the Southern part of Denmark. His uniform consists of a single-breasted jacket with a row of buttons down the center. At his waist, he is wearing a belt. He is also wearing light colored pants and boots. His right ankle is crossed over his left ankle and one of his hands rests on the table beside him.
Black and white photograph of the Hans Larsen family, posing for a professional portrait. Hans, who is wearing a suit jacket, is standing behind his family and has one hand on the shoulder of his son, who is wearing a collared shirt that has a four-button placket and a bowtie. Hans' daughter stands directly in front of him, wearing a dark, laced-collared dress that comes to her knees. Birte Marie is seated to the right and is wearing a long, dark dress. The background behind them has painted palm leaves.
Copy photograph of a black and white photograph depicting Kaiser Wilhelm II walking by a line of his guards in Potsdam, Germany. Visible on the left, he and his officers are dressed in full military uniforms which include jackets, pants, boots, and sashes. Kaiser Wilhelm II is the most decorated man in the group; various medals are strewn across his chest. A long line of guards stand at attention on his right, one of whom is H.J. Berndt, denoted by an arrow that has been penned in on the photograph's surface. They are all standing near a large building whose exterior is in the classical style. On the left hand corner of the photograph, a handwritten note reads, "...on a visit by Kaiser Wilhelm II, in Potsdam, by Berlin, in 1892, by H.J. Berndt."
Black and white photograph of a husband and a wife, Ole Nielsen and Sidst Marie Nielsdatter. They are posed for a professional photograph and are wearing formal attire. Ole is sitting in an embellished chair; his arm is resting on the arm of the chair. Sidst is standing to his right, with her arm behind him.
Copy negative of Berthe Kristine Knudsen Andersen before her marriage to Mads Andersen. Berthe is leaning on an upholstered rocking chair and is facing forward. She is wearing a dress with a center row of buttons and decorative lapels on the long-sleeve bodice. Her hair is pulled back in a bun and she is wearing earrings. The background comprises of an interior scene with a draped window and framed art on the wall directly behind Berthe.
Photograph of an elderly woman, identified as Marie Hansen (Nee Olson), in a photography studio in Denmark. She wears glasses and a dark turtleneck shirt. The photograph has been placed within the small triangular cut-outs of a paper frame. Together, they have been placed inside a a folder. Accompanying information gives some information concerning Marie's genealogy. She was married to Monrad Hansen and was the cousin of Louise Olson Petersen.
Black and white photograph of a woman, Sophie Jensen Olson, who is the wife of J.P. Olson. She is wearing dark clothing that features a ruffled top and a high collar. Her hair is pulled back tight. The portrait is vignetted so that only her bust and above are visible.
Portrait of Simon Anderson Thyssen. He is wearing a dark suit and tie and has a beard. The photograph is on a mat, and there are water stains on the back. According to accompanying information, Thyssen remained in Denmark.
Copy negative of the home of Thomas and Magdalene Christensen in Lokken, Denmark. The couple stands to the left of their one-story home, which features a thatched roof and chimney. A picket fence surrounds the house, and a dirt path runs across the front of the property.