Photograph of the August Thuesen Blacksmith Shop in Needville, Texas. Richard Lehmann, August Thuesen, Mrs. Thuesen, and their two children are seen in the photo. The four people are standing at northwest corner of the blacksmith shop. The little boy is standing on a barrel and his mother has her left arm around him. Mrs. Thuesen and her daughter are both wearing dark colored dresses. The shop is a wooden building with a covered walkway at front entrance. Sign at front of building reads: AUG. THUESEN. BLACKSMITH & HORSE SHOEING. The photo is mounted on a gray cardboard substrate. Photo is peeling from cardboard around edges. Photo is cracked in right center. Cardboard is pealing and has broken area at top.
Photograph of Concord School of Fairchild, Texas about 1914. The teacher was Miss Fannie Dedek. Girl in front row on far left is blurred. Teacher is standing in last row on far right. She is wearing a white blouse with darker colored skirt. Her hands are behind her back. Her dark hair is pulled back. The group is standing in front of a white, wooden building.
Photograph (copy) of four unidentified men in a 1913 Buick. Driver is wearing a white shirt, dark tie and hat. The other men are wearing dark suits and white shirts. Man in back seat to right has his hat on his knee. Wooden building in background. Scanned image is of the copy.
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.
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.
Postcard image of present Winston Bassett. Residence located at 405 Liberty, Richmond, Texas in 1914. Dark-colored, wooden home has ornate multi-colored wooden posts on porch. Man sitting in center of porch. Picket fence in front of home. Tree in foreground.
Copy print of Sheriff M.L. Woolley, taken March 22, 1914. Portrait is a bust shot of Woolley, who is wearing a dark jacket, tie, and white shirt. He has dark hair, a thick dark mustache, and is wearing wire rimmed eyeglasses.