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[Albert Peyton George and a group of men in the dining room of a Houston hotel]

Description: Photograph of a group of men in the dining room of a Houston hotel (Rice?). Albert Peyton George is seated first on the right side of the table. He is wearing a dark suit with dark boots. He has a cigarette in his left hand. He has his right leg crossed over his left knee. George is facing the to the left side of the photograph. The group of nineteen men are seated along a white linen topped table with small floral center piece. Back of photograph stamped in black reads: "Photography by Arrow Arts Studios Rice Hotel - Houston, Texas Telephone CH-8996 Reorder By No. [in black ink] C-2046-G".
Date: [1945..1955]

[Albert Peyton George and a group of men in the dining room of a Houston hotel]

Description: Photograph of a group of men in the dining room of a Houston hotel (Rice?). Albert Peyton George is seated first on the right side of the table. He is wearing a dark suit with dark boots. He has a cigarette in his left hand. He has his right leg crossed over his left knee. The group of nineteen men are seated along a white linen topped table with small floral center piece. Back of photograph stamped in black reads: "Photography by Arrow Arts Studios Rice Hotel - Houston, Texas Telephone CH-8996 Reorder By No. [in black ink] C-2046-G".
Date: [1945..1955]

[Albert Peyton George and nine other men wearing hats]

Description: Photograph of a group of ten men who appear to be discussing a white calf partially seen to the far right of photograph. Man on far left is pointing to the calf. Albert Peyton George is the eight man from the left. He is wearing pants, long-sleeved shirt, print (wide) tie, and a hat with a dark wide band. He has his left hand in his pants pocket. Two men can be seen in top right corner. Automobiles are parked in parking lot in background. People on and near automobiles to right. Stamped on back of photograph in blue: "Clark & Summers Photography 3810 Leeland Fairfax 8373 Houston 3, Texas When Reordering Prints of this Picture Please Mention Neg. No [48-3]".
Date: [1940..1955]

[Albert Peyton George, Gene Autry, and two unidentified men]

Description: Albert Peyton George (second from left), Gene Autry (third from left) and two unidentified men (one possibly A. Lee?) in a publicity pose. Gene Autry is "reading" a cattle brochure. The front of the photograph is autographed by Autry and reads: "To one I am proud to call friend Albert Lee". The men are seated on a striped upholstered sofa. Table lamps to left and right of the sofa. Two framed art pieces on wall above the sofa. Back of photograph is stamped in black: H. M. TENNY & Associates photography publicity 3615 MacGregor Houston" and in pencil "#1228b".
Date: [1945..1950]

[Albert Peyton George sitting in a crowd of men]

Description: Photograph of Albert Peyton George sitting in a crowd of men. George is in the front row third man from left. He is wearing a dark suit, striped shirt, and dark tie. He is wearing glasses and a light colored felt cowboy hat. A man is reaching across George to shake hands with the gentleman seated to the right of George. The crowd may possibly be attending the Houston Livestock Show. Metal railing in foreground.
Date: [1945..1955]

[Albert Peyton George standing next to a man holding the halter of a steer]

Description: Photograph of Albert Peyton George standing next to a man who is holding the halter of a steer. They are in a covered arena, probably at the Houston Fat Stock Show and Livestock Exposition. George is wearing a coat, three-piece suit, print tie, white shirt, and felt cowboy hat. He has his gloved hands in the pockets of his coat. On right in background is hay, a feedbox, and buckets. Partial view of an automobile in left background.
Date: [1940..1950]

[Albert Peyton George with the reserve grand champion steer]

Description: Photograph of Albert Peyton George with the reserve grand champion steer that he purchased at the Houston Livestock Show. The young man who exhibited the steer is holding the banner naming his steer the champion. George, who is standing on far left, is wearing a three-piece suit, striped shirt, and dark tie. He is wearing glasses and a light colored felt cowboy hat. The livestock show crowd is in the background.
Date: [1945..1955]

[Directors of the American Brahman Breeders Association]

Description: Photograph of a group of fifteen men and one woman. They are the "Directors of the American Brahman Breeders Association Present at the Meeting Held March 17, 1947, at Houston, Texas" as type written on tape attached note on back of photograph. Also type written was identification of members: "Front Row (Left to right): G. A. Parr, Alice, Texas; R. G. Herrmann, Ocala, Florida; Edgar Hudgins, Hungerford, Texas; Afton Burke, President, Corsicana, Texas; Mrs. S. C. Border, Secretary, Hungerford, Texas; Claude C. Appling, Louise, Texas; Gail Whitcomb, Vice-President, Houston, Texas; Andrew Johnson, Port Bolivar, Texas. Back Row (Left to Right): Howard C. Parker, Center, Texas; Malcolm Levi, San Antonio, Texas; J. V. Gates, Poteet, Texas; Wm. States Jacobs, Houston, Texas; Bill Pate, Hidalgo, Texas; Wilbourn S. Gibbs, Huntsville, Texas; Houghton Brownlee, Burnet, Texas; Jack T. Garriett, Houston, Texas. Other members of the Board of Directors who were not present for this picture are as follows: Cecil Boyt, Devers, Texas; C. H. Beville, Bushnell, Florida; T. J. Durrance, Sr., Brighton, Florida; George Echols, Houston, Texas; O. J. Flowers, Menard, Texas; Fernando Calan, Havena, Cuba; A. P. George, Richmond, Texas; George Gilbert, Houston, Texas; Bob R. Jones, Slaughter, La.; M. G. Johnson, Edna, Texas; James M. McLemore, Alexandria, La; Henry O. Partin, Kissimmee, Florida; A. N. Smith, Blanks, La.; L. M. Slone, Bay City, Texas; N. S. Wittman, Beaumont, Texas". The typed notation is slightly faded and some letters are not easily distinguishable so names could be misinterpreted.
Date: March 17, 1947

[Gray folder from "The Plantation - Houston"]

Description: Gray folder from "The Plantation - Houston" written underneath a drawing of a two story plantation house with trees and landscape. Drawing is in maroon ink with trees in green. Also written at bottom "A Party-Pix Photo 'Where Texans Dine and Dance to Nationally Famous Orchestras". The back page of the folder has four slits for the picture corners (accession 2000.026.015a)to be placed. Back of folder in maroon ink: "Reprints One Dollar Per Copy Refer To Club, Number on Table and Date SEP 13 1946 Call K.3-1293 or Write Party-Pix Company 10009 Isabella Houston 4".
Date: 1946

[Group of five men wearing hats and riding horses]

Description: Photograph of a group of five men on horseback. The men are dressed in western clothing with light colored felt cowboy hats. Two men to left of photograph also on horseback are exiting a covered arena. Brick arena wall in background. Photograph was probably taken during the Houston Livestock Show. Back of photograph in black ink: "Albert George" and in blue ink "Fred Golding, Pete Frost, Vernon Frosh (?), Jany [sic] 31st 1948". Stamped in blue: "Bob Bailey fine photography Fairfax 3765 1302 Rusk Avenue Houston 2, Texas 11187-4".
Date: January 31, 1948

[Group of men dining at a Houston hotel]

Description: Photograph of a group of men dining at a Houston hotel. The group of nineteen men are dining in a circus motif room. Albert Peyton George is the third man from the left in the group of seven seated men. George is wearing a white shirt and a dark print tie. He has his right arm around the back of the man to his right.
Date: [1945..1955]

[Jean Kiger, Albert Peyton George, a champion steer, and four other men]

Description: Photograph of a champion steer with the Jean Kiger who exhibited it (holding the halter at far right) and five men at the Houston Fat Stock Show and Livestock Exposition. The fifth man from the left is Albert Peyton George. George is wearing a three-piece suit, striped shirt and dark tie, with a felt cowboy hat. Back of photograph in pencil: "neg 2193" and stamped in black: "David J. Morris Official Livestock Photograph Houston Fat Stock Show Houston, Texas".
Date: 1946

[Jean Kiger and a champion steer]

Description: Photograph of a champion steer and Jean Kiger who exhibited it at the Houston Fat Stock Show & Livestock Expedition in 1946. Kiger, who has shoulder length hair, is wearing light colored pants, shirt with dark trim, and a light colored felt cowboy hat. She is holding the steer by the halter and a wooden cane in her right hand. Tall wooden panel in background. Written in pencil in back of photo: "neg 2052" and stamped in black: "David J. Morris Official Livestock Photographer Houston Fat Stock Show Houston, Texas".
Date: 1946

[Jean Kiger and her champion steer]

Description: Photograph of a Jean Kiger and her champion steer at the Houston Fat Stock Show and Livestock Exposition in 1947. An unidentified man is standing to the right of the exhibitor. Kiger, who is holding the chain to the steer's halter in her right hand, is wearing slacks, blouse, plaid jacket, and a felt cowboy hat. She is holding the champion banner in her left hand. Exterior of brick building in background. Stamped in black on back: "Morris Photographs David J. and Mattie V. Morris box 428, South Houston, Texas Print from Negative no. [in ink] 425".
Date: 1947

[Large group of men watching a cock fight]

Description: Photograph of a large group of men watching a cock fight. The front row of men is sitting in the grass or squatting down and the others are standing. Six of the men are holding paper plates. Man standing in foreground appears to be supervising the fighting roosters. Trees in background. Back of photograph in pencil: "A. P. George" and stamped in blue: "Clark & Summers Photography 3810 Leeland Fairfax 8373 Houston 3, Texas When Reordering Prints Of This Picture Please Mention Neg. No [in pencil] 48-11".
Date: [1940..1955]

[Man on horseback with several other men on horseback in the background]

Description: Photograph focusing on one man on horseback. The man is wearing a western suit with light colored felt hat. Several other men on horseback can be seen in an open doorway of a covered arena. Back of photograph in black ink: "Albert George" and in blue ink: "Fred Golding, Pete Frost Jany [sic] 31st 1948". Stamped in blue: "Bob Bailey fine photography Fairfax 3765 1302 Rusk Avenue Houston2, Texas Negative Number 11187-1".
Date: January 31, 1948

[Photograph of Albert Peyton George and the Reserve Grand Champion Steer]

Description: Photograph of Albert Peyton George and the Reserve Grand Champion Steer All Breeds at the Houston Fat Stock Show and Livestock Exposition in Houston, Texas in 1940 (as written on the banner George is holding over the back of the steer). George is holding the steer by the lead rope attached to the steer's halter. Shrubs and brick half-way of the Livestock arena in background (man wearing a hat can partially be seen on other side of arena wall). Written in white between image of steer and George: "Smith K. C. Mo." Old Object Term: Print,Photographic
Date: 1940

[Photograph of Albert Peyton George with the exhibitor of the Reserve Grand Champion Short Horn Steer]

Description: Photograph of Albert Peyton George with the exhibitor of the Reserve Grand Champion Short Horn Steer at the Houston Fat Stock Show and Livestock Exposition in 1940. George is wearing a three piece suit, eyeglasses, and a felt hat. He has his hands in his pants pockets. Crowd of people sitting in the grandstands of the indoor arena in background.
Date: 1940

[Photograph of five men standing near an airplane]

Description: Photograph of five men (full view of four) standing near an airplane that is being loaded with cattle. The plane has an image of a globe with wings (wings have "PAA" printed in them) and "CLIPPER CARGO" printed below globe image. The cattle "chute" is to the left of photograph and has "PAN AMERICAN WORLD AIRWAYS" printed along the bottom. Back of photograph in pencil identifies the men: "Left to Right 1. V. W. Frost 2. Senator H. Brownlee 3. A. P. George 4. J. W. Sartwelle" also notation reading "If man [with] raincoat cannot be identified by chronicle, call E. Pate (C-6336) Senator Brownlee".
Date: [1945..1955]

[Photograph of Jean Kiger with her champion steer]

Description: Photograph of Jean Kiger with her champion steer at the Houston Fat Stock Show and Livestock Exposition in 1947. Albert Peyton George is standing to the right of the young exhibitor. He is wearing a dark coat, three piece suit, dark print tie, and white shirt. Another man (unidentified) is standing next to George. The photograph was taken in the indoor arena. Other men in background. Stamped on back of photo in black: "Morris Photographs David J. and Mattie V. Morris Box 428, South Houston, Texas Print From Negative No. [in blue ink] 512".
Date: 1947

[Photograph of Mr. Albert Peyton George sitting in the passenger side of a car]

Description: Photograph of Mr. Albert Peyton George sitting in the passenger side of a car. The passenger door is opened and Mr. George is turned to possibly exit the automobile. There is a man with his right hand extended toward George (to probably offer assistance). A woman (sitting in the driver's seat) is peering through car door to the right of Mr. George. Partial view of a man sitting in passenger side rear seat on far left of photograph. Bottom of photograph printed in white: "Shirer KC-M2". Written on back in pencil: "? Bob Armstrong". Stamped in red on back: "Photo Number [in pencil] 19549 When ordering additional prints Please refer to this number R. W. Shirer Livestock Photographer 210 Westport Rd. Kansas City, Mo. Je 2275".
Date: [1945..1955]

[Photograph of Mr. And Mrs. George taken at "The Plantation Houston"]

Description: Photograph of Mr. And Mrs. George taken at "The Plantation Houston" "Where Texans Dine and Dance to Nationally Famous Orchestras". Mr. And Mrs. George are seated third and fourth on left side of the table from foreground. A group of fifteen people can be seen at the table. The small tables that are linked together to form one large table carry drink glasses, whiskey bottles, plates, and other paper goods. There are other tables of people in background. The photograph is tucked into a gray folder accession 2000.026.015a.
Date: [1945..1955]

[Photograph of Pete Frost branding the wall with the "O" brand belonging to Polly Ryon]

Description: Photograph of Pete Frost branding the wall (of Rice Hotel?) with the "O" brand belonging to Polly Ryon and used by the George Ranch. The paneled wood wall on right has several other brands. A lamp in front of the wall has a cowhide with branding motif on the lamp shade. A man with gray hair standing in the center of the portrait is wearing a striped suit, white shirt, and striped tie. Partial view of a man (top of head) near bottom left and another at far left. Other men in background. The "ranch" style of the room includes a mural of a pasture at top of wooden paneling (right) with mounted deer, horns, ropes, and branding irons adorning the wall in background. Stamped in black on back of photograph: "Photograph By Victor M. Helm 4026 Dover - Houston, Texas Peter Whitney Associate MI- 1504 JA - 6342". The photograph was removed from the Mamie George photo album page 16.
Date: [1945..1955]