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[Airplane in Field at Beasley]

Description: Photograph of a man and woman standing in front of an early plane in a field with a mother and child standing near the far wing of the plane. Several automobiles can be seen near the right-most edge of the photograph. The airplane took paid flights around the area.
Date: unknown

[Avenue G. Commercial Buildings]

Description: Photograph of three commercial buildings on Avenue G with the addresses 1903, 1915, and 1919. The buildings are all two story brick with flat roofs. Two have layered frieze of brick, textured design around windows, arched and rectangle. One has arched windows with decorative brick work. One has a false gable facade with textured brick work. These buildings are a good row of commercial brick buildings from the early development of Rosenberg. They are still fairly intact and could form a district with several other significant commercial structures.
Date: 1900
Creator: Vogelsang, Louis

[Avenue G. Commercial Buildings 2]

Description: Photograph of three commercial buildings on Avenue G with the addresses 1903, 1915, and 1919. The buildings are all two story brick with flat roofs. Two have layered frieze of brick, textured design around windows, arched and rectangle. One has arched windows with decorative brick work. One has a false gable facade with textured brick work. These buildings are a good row of commercial brick buildings from the early development of Rosenberg. They are still fairly intact and could form a district with several other significant commercial structures.
Date: 1900
Creator: Vogelsang, Louis

[Avenue G. Commercial Buildings 3]

Description: Photograph of three commercial buildings on Avenue G with the addresses 1903, 1915, and 1919. The buildings are all two story brick with flat roofs. Two have layered frieze of brick, textured design around windows, arched and rectangle. One has arched windows with decorative brick work. One has a false gable facade with textured brick work. These buildings are a good row of commercial brick buildings from the early development of Rosenberg. They are still fairly intact and could form a district with several other significant commercial structures.
Date: 1900
Creator: Vogelsang, Louis

[Avenue G. Commercial Buildings 4]

Description: Photograph of three commercial buildings on Avenue G with the addresses 1903, 1915, and 1919. The buildings are all two story brick with flat roofs. Two have layered frieze of brick, textured design around windows, arched and rectangle. One has arched windows with decorative brick work. One has a false gable facade with textured brick work. These buildings are a good row of commercial brick buildings from the early development of Rosenberg. They are still fairly intact and could form a district with several other significant commercial structures.
Date: 1900
Creator: Vogelsang, Louis

[Avenue G. Commercial Buildings 5]

Description: Photograph of three commercial buildings on Avenue G with the addresses 1903, 1915, and 1919. The buildings are all two story brick with flat roofs. Two have layered frieze of brick, textured design around windows, arched and rectangle. One has arched windows with decorative brick work. One has a false gable facade with textured brick work. These buildings are a good row of commercial brick buildings from the early development of Rosenberg. They are still fairly intact and could form a district with several other significant commercial structures.
Date: 1900
Creator: Vogelsang, Louis

[Back of First Confederate Museum]

Description: Photograph of a one story brick building with pitch roof behind false facade. The front facade had side columns with curved peak broken on each side with right-angle projections. Two arched openings are in the front, arched windows on the sides. The building was originally park of the row of saloons along the railroad tracks, now Calhoun street between 6th and 7th. It has been used for a number of years as a museum but on a very erratic schedule. It is the oldest remaining building in Richmond.
Date: unknown
Creator: Wingate, George