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[1913 flood in Richmond, Texas]

Description: Postcard image of 1913 flood in Richmond, Texas. Water visible in bottom half of photo. White, wooden house with porch surrounded by white picket fence on left. White house in background, also. Top, right corner is torn (piece missing).
Date: December 10, 1913

[Avenue G looking East at 2nd Street, Rosenberg, Texas]

Description: Postcard image of Avenue G looking East at 2nd Street, Rosenberg, Texas. Brick two-story business Gray and Son on left. Man on horse in middle of street. Buggy in foreground on street and next to left side. Rosenberg State Bank brick building on right.
Date: 1911

[The Booth Home, Booth, Texas.]

Description: Postcard image of the Booth Home, Booth, Texas. Picket fence in foreground. Booth home in upper, left corner of photo. Person walking on dirt road.
Date: 1915

[Bridge over the Brazos River at Rosenberg, Texas]

Description: Postcard image of the first bridge over the Brazos River at Rosenberg, Texas. Bridge has people standing on it. A buggy and two horses are to the far left. Small wood building on opposite bank of river (right of photo).
Date: 1912

[Business section of Rosenberg]

Description: Photographic copy of a postcard. Original returned to donor. Image is marked "Business section of Rosenberg." Rosenberg State bank is at right of photo.
Date: 1915

[Businesses in Rosenberg, Texas]

Description: Postcard image of businesses in Rosenberg, Texas. Businesses seen are: Gold Standard Saloon (left), Meyer-Forster Land and Loan Co. (far right), M. Lewis Dry Goods. Two men in buggies are in front of the dry goods store. Two automobiles on right side of street.
Date: 1915

[Christian Church]

Description: Postcard image of Christian Church (now Central Christian Church) in Rosenberg, Texas. White, wooden church building with bell tower on northwest corner. Utility pole in left corner of photo. Barn in background (left). Blank line on right side.
Date: 1910

[Congressman John M. Moore, Sr. with African American chuck wagon cook]

Description: Photographic postcard of Congressman John M. Moore, Sr. with African American chuck wagon and camp cook, ca. 1915. Moore is standing behind camp table in a three piece suit and hat, with his foot up on the bench. African American chuck wagon cook is sitting on the other bench, wearing a cowboy hat, light shirt, dark pants. Chuck wagon is behind Moore and cook.
Date: 1915

[Crabb Switch during 1913 flood]

Description: Postcard image of Crabb Switch during 1913 flood. Crabb sign to left of photo. Road under water to left, also. Railroad tracks to right. Wagon in far left corner.
Date: 1913

[Eleanor Jane as a baby]

Description: Postcard image of Eleanor Jane as a baby. She is dressed in white and is sitting in a high chair with the tray in front of her.
Date: 1910

[Flood of 1913 in Richmond]

Description: Postcard image of the flood of 1913. Richmond businesses seen are: The Rosen Store, Robinowitz Bros., Postcard is cracked across middle.
Date: December 10, 1913

[Flood scene in Rosenberg in 1912]

Description: Postcard of flood scene in Rosenberg in 1912. Story and a half, white house with porch in foreground. Swollen Brazos River in right corner and in background. Other homes obscured by trees.
Date: 1912

[Flood scene in Rosenberg, Texas]

Description: Postcard image of flood scene in Rosenberg, Texas on December 9, 1913. Flood waters in foreground. Windmill and small water tower to left of photo. Street on right. Houses in background.
Date: December 9, 1913

[Group of people in front of a locomotive at Rosenberg, TX c. 1914]

Description: Photographic postcard of Locomotive at Rosenberg, TX, ca. 1914. Banner on locomotive reads, Santa Fe type mallet articulated compound locomotive. Largest locomotive in the world. Built at Topeka Shops. . . 1911 People are gathered along locomotive to view it. Harvey House in right background.
Date: 1914

[Houston Ship Channel]

Description: Postcard issued by Bank of the Southwest using images from F.J. Schlueter Collection. Image is of the Houston Ship Channel: Two large and one small boat are in view. Large boat at left carried a load of lumber. Large carts on dock at right suggest more oversize cargo will be unloaded. Text on the back of the postcard reads, "In 1914, Houston got its feet wet. Even though it was 50 miles inland, the city became a seaport. An eventually an international port-of-call. Gateway to Latin America and Europe. Photograph from the Bank of the Southwest--F.J. Schlueter Collection." Image is from ca. 1915, but postcard is from ca. 1970.
Date: 1915

[John M. Moore Home in 1914]

Description: Photographic postcard of John M. Moore Home, 1914. Image shows two white rocking chairs at center of front porch. Windows are shuttered. Written in blue ink on back, "Wish you were here with us." Addressed to "Mr. Jno. M. Moore, Jr., 203 West 19th St., Austin, Texas." Green one cent stamp with George Washington, cancelled Richmond, May 24, 7:30 pm, 1914.
Date: 1914

[Man and women posing with a giant fish]

Description: Postcard issued by Bank of the Southwest using images from F.J. Schlueter Collection. Image is of man and women in bathing suits posing with a giant fish. Text on the back of the postcard reads, "Early Houstonians recall that Houston was a fisherman's paradise. The fishing's good today, too, but bathing costumes have improved considerably in most people's opinion. Houston Streets were never the same again. Photograph from the Bank of the Southwest--F.J. Schlueter Collection." Image is from ca. 1910, but postcard is from ca. 1970.
Date: 1910

[Mill and Elevator Co. grain elevator in Rosenberg, Texas]

Description: Postcard image of the Mill and Elevator Co. grain elevator in Rosenberg, Texas. Three story tin building. Horse and wagon next to door. Bicycle leaning against building. Smoking tobacco advertisement on next building, far right.
Date: 1911

[Public School in Richmond]

Description: Postcard image of the Public School, Richmond, Texas. Two and a half story brick building. Group of people are standing near the northeast corner of the building. A person is leaning out of the middle, bottom story window.
Date: 1911