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[Estella Kettner and Friends Standing by a Tree]

Description: Black and white copy photograph of a trio of women standing around a tree. They are in the yard of the Zincke home according to the back of the photo. On the far left is a woman named Estella Kettner. All three women are wearing dark-hued clothing. The tree around which they stand is mostly leafless and bare. To the right of the tree is a partially visible fence. In the background is an evergreen tree.
Date: unknown

[Fassel/Roeder House at Gillespie County's Pioneer Museum]

Description: Black and white photograph of a one-story house known as the Fassel/Roeder House. It is a site at the Gillespie County Historical Society's Pioneer Museum. It has four elegant posts that support the covered porch in front. A bench sits on the porch underneath one of the two windows in front. A screen door is in between the two windows. A grassy lawn surrounds the house. Behind the house, a few trees and a telephone pole and wire are partially visible.
Date: unknown

[Group of Women Around a Fountain]

Description: Black and white copy photograph of a group of women situated around a fountain in the yard of Hulda and August Zincke's home. According to a handwritten note on the back of the photo, one of the women is Hulda Zincke and the rest of them are her friends. A couple of them are standing on the fountain's rim while the others are seated around. One woman stands behind the fountain. Each woman is wearing either a blouse and shirt or a dress. At the center of the fountain is a gnome, seated and facing away from the camera. The gnome sits atop a textured pedestal, and overhead is an umbrella. Several dead trees are visible in the background.
Date: unknown

[Group of Women in Sunday Dress]

Description: Black and white copy photograph of a group of women who are wearing their Sunday best, according to accompanying information. They are posed for a group portrait on the steps of an unidentifiable building. There are 30 women total; three rows are seated while the fourth and last row is standing. Most of them are wearing hats, but some are not. The building's doors and brick facade are partially visible behind the women.
Date: unknown

[Group Photograph]

Description: Fredericksburg High School Class of 1924: The women seated in chairs are dressed in Sunday best. Seated left to right are: Clara Kott Knopp, Louise Schmidt Killian, Anita Winkle, Alice Braeutigam Sauer. The men are standing behind them, dressed in suits and ties. Standing left to right are: Nolan Brown, Albert Ellebracht, Edgar Kordzik, and Henry Reinbach. The Reunion was held in 1988 at Knopp's Nursing Home.
Date: unknown

[Group Photograph]

Description: Photograph of twenty-three older men and women. Fifteen men are standing, and eight women are sitting in front of a table decorated with flowers. Stamped on the back is the Keller's Studio address.
Date: unknown
Creator: Keller's Studio

[Home of August and Hulda Zinke]

Description: Black and white copy photograph taken of a photograph that was originally on a postcard sold in local Fredericksburg stores according to a handwritten note on the back. A Queen Anne-style house is in the background surrounded by trees. The house features a large, elevated porch with railings and columns as well as a polygonal tower, both of which are characteristic of the architectural style. On the lawn is a manicured garden with a few shrubs and plants. Hulda and August Zinke are standing in the yard to the right. A wooden fence on the left splits the lawn from the rest of the property.
Date: unknown

[Lee C. Kiehne Posing with a Car]

Description: Black and white photograph of a man named Lee C. Kiehne, posed for a picture next to a car. He has one leg on the car's up-step and a hand resting on the rim of its open window. He is wearing a double-breasted jacket, a shirt, a bow-tie, and light-colored pants. The car is an older model, complete with a fringed awning on its window.
Date: unknown

[Methodist Church at Gillespie County's Pioneer Museum]

Description: Black and white photograph of a Methodist church building at the Gillespie County Historical Society's Pioneer Museum. It is a statuesque, white building with stone steps, at the top of which are four columns that support the covered area in front. Two sets of double doors are visible behind the columns. Pointed arch windows are partially visible on either two of the facades that are shown in the picture. A sign with indiscernible words is to the right of the steps. Some manicured bushes line the outside of the building. A cross sits at the apex of the building.
Date: unknown

[A Pair of Baby Buggies]

Description: Black and white photograph in its original mat frame, although the photo's color quality has changed in tone due to time. A pair of toddler-aged children are sitting in individual baby buggies. The carriages each have spindly wheels with curly details near the axles. The carriages of the buggies also have curl details to them and look to be made of wicker. The buggies are situated on the front yard of an unidentified building. There is a tree to the right of them, and to the left of them are several women and children standing near the building's facade. A few buildings are visible in the background behind a wooden fence.
Date: unknown

[Part of a Church Building in Snow]

Description: Black and white photograph of a partially visible church building in the snow. Its roof is covered in snow. Its visible part of the building has a set of four windows on it. Attached to the building in focus is a taller wooden structure with a roof.
Date: unknown
Creator: Amateurarbeiten