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[Photograph of Das Peach Haus]

Description: Negative of Das Peach Haus in Fredericksburg, Texas. It is a wooden building with signs hanging from the porch that say Apples, Sausage, and Honey. The name of the store is at the top of the building. There are two open doors, and pumpkins sitting outside on the porch. Two wooden paths lead up to the entrance.
Date: unknown

[Photograph of Der Kiichen Laden]

Description: Negative of a business in Fredericksburg, Texas called Der Kiichen Laden. The store is in a small white wooden building with dark trim. There is an "OPEN" sign in the window. There is a sign in front that says "Gourmet Cookware Der Kiichen Laden Local Crafts." There is another unidentified business to the right with a "CLOSED" sign in the window.
Date: unknown

[Photograph of Der Kiichen Laden]

Description: Negative of a store in Fredericksburg, Texas called Der Kiichen Laden. It is a white wooden building with dark trim. There is a sign in front that says "Gourmet Cookware Der Kiichen Laden Local Crafts. The sign on the left side of the building appears to say "mastercrafts," and there is a sign to the left that says "Klier Sheet Metal Customer Parking Only." There is another unidentified building to the right.
Date: unknown

[Photograph of Fredericksburg Businesses]

Description: Negative of several businesses in the same building in Fredericksburg, Texas. This is a stone building with a tin roof and covered porch. There are signs for four businesses along the front of the building, The Wood Pile, Biergarten, Alt's Antiques, and Millers Mini-shop, and there is another sign that says "Altdorf." The large sign in front, to the left, says "Altdorf" at the top and lists the names of the businesses underneath. There is another business to the right with a sign that says "Printing Press Instant Printing." The top of a church can be seen in the background.
Date: unknown

[Photograph of Fredericksburg Businesses]

Description: Negative of several businesses in the same building in Fredericksburg, Texas. This is a stone building with a tin roof and covered porch. There are signs for four businesses along the front of the building, The Wood Pile, Biergarten, Alt's Antiques, and Millers Mini-shop, and there is another sign that says "Altdorf." The large sign in front, to the left, says "Altdorf" at the top and lists the names of the businesses underneath. There is another business to the right with a sign that says "Printing Press Instant Printing." The top of a church can be seen in the background.
Date: unknown

[Postcard from Fred to Mrs. Gus Jentsch, July 21, 1915]

Description: Postcard from Fred to his sister Mrs. Gus Jentsch. The correspondence is written in German. On the front is a photograph of a brick building on a corner of a street. The building is two floors and houses the Little Red Onion Cafe and the Sanitex Clothes Shop. The clothes shop has a few stairs leading up to its door. Part of the shops can be seen through the front windows. The sidewalk in front of the stores is lined with trees.
Date: July 21, 1915