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[1920s road conditions]
Photograph of a stalled car in the 1920's There are wagon wheels placed next to a barn on the right.
[Atlantic Roustabouts]
Photograph of four men standing by an oil derrick with a large crank behind them. Written on the photo is, "Atlantic Roustabouts, H.B. Phillips, Foreman, Orangefield, Texas"
[Catherine Elizabeth Brown Griggs in her Camp Fire Costume]
Photograph of Catherine Elizabeth Brown Griggs in her Camp Fire Girls' Native American costume. It includes beads around her neck, moccasins on her feet, and a headband. She holds a bow and knife.
[Celebration in Stark Park]
Photograph of large celebration. There are many people standing and seated at a long table . There is an American flag on the right side of the photograph and other people in front of houses in the background. Front of photograph: "#22 Celebration in Stark Park. Occasion unknown. Early 1920's. Stark carriage house in background."
[Debris after a 1922 Blowout in Orange Oil Field]
Photograph men standing on debris, mostly lumber, after a blowout in an Orange, Texas oil field on August 5, 1922.
[Debris after a 1922 Blowout in Orange Oil Field]
Photograph men standing on debris, mostly lumber, after a blowout in an Orange, Texas oil field on August 5, 1922.
[Deer Hunting in Tyler County]
Photograph of five people in a buckboard wagon pulled by two horses through some trees. Writing on the back indicates this is a deer hunting expedition in Tyler County in 1926.
[Edward Ward and Bob Bowman]
Photograph of Bob Bowman and Edward Ward in their ROTC uniforms in 1926.
[Edward Ward in his ROTC Uniform]
Photograph of Edward Ward in his ROTC uniform in 1926. He stands outdoors next to a wooden building.
[Fifth and Front Street]
Photograph of Fifth and Front Streets in Orange, Texas. There are cars parked and driving on the street. There is a set of tracks in front of the building.
[Five Men Working for the Gulf Production Company]
Five men working for Gulf Oil Production Company stand on a large oil rig.
[Frenzel Cafe in Orangefield]
Photograph of the Frenzel Cafe in Orangefield, Texas. In front of the cafe are Eddie Frenzel Jr., Eddie Frenzel, Sr. and Ruby. The picture is from the early 1920s.
[Gas Blowout at Orangefield, Texas]
Photograph of a derrick with steam shooting up from it. Description on the photo reads, "Gas blowout, July 29, 1921, Orange, Texas, Tremendous fog of gas, sand, rock, and oil. Could be seen and heard for ten miles. Hogan"
[Gulf Station Men on Motor Bikes]
Photograph of five men seated on motor bikes in front of the Gulf service station in Orange, Texas around 1920.
[Gus Foyle]
Photograph of Gus Foyle as a young boy in 1920.
[Ladies in decorated automobile]
Photograph of a group of ladies in a decorated Buick. There is an episcopal church in the background behind the car. Early 1920s.
[Log Cabin Gas Station]
Photograph of a log cabin filling station and sandwich shop at the east end of Green Avenue near the Sabine River.
[Men and a Dog by an Oil Derrick]
Photograph of twelve men and a dog at the base of an oil derrick in Orangefield, Texas around 1920. The man 2nd from the left is Tom Toal, Sr., 7th from left is Oscar Winfree, 8th from left is Charlie Schriebner, 11th from left is Dave Craft. They worked for the Toal Independent Oil Company.
[Men in Orangefield]
Photograph of four men turned from the camera and one man laying on the deck. Written on the photo, "K.O.'d. Wood alcohol and fists (No he is not dead) Orange Oil Field Tex."
[Men Standing on an Oil Derrick]
Men working in the oil field at Orangefield. They stand on an oil derrick.
Methodist church at Terry, Texas
Photograph of the congregation outside of the Methodist Church at Terry, Texas in the 1920s.
[Mother & Daughter in Camp Fire Costumes]
Photograph of Catherine Elizabeth Brown Griggs (daughter) and Nacy Grace Griggs (Mother) in Camp Fire Girls' Native American costumes. They are bent down in a pose.
[Oil Flowing from Humble Well]
Photographic postcard picturing oil flowing out of a well. Written on the card, "Giant Humble well yields 428,000 bbls [barrels] oil in 42 days. Humble Well, Orange, Texas 3=788=731212" The oil flows from a pipe into a trough.
[Orange Ice Light Water and Refrigeration Co.]
Photograph of the Orange Ice Light Water & Refrigeration Co. located on Front Street. There are railroad tracks and cars in front of the facility.
[Orangefield During the Boom Days, 1922]
Photograph of the oil derricks at Orangefield during the boom days in 1922. A fire is burning in the background creating much pollution.
Orangefield Oil Field in 1927
Photograph of the Orangefield Oil Field. In the foreground are pipes with wheel cranks and a wooden bridge on the top of two tanks with a large tank behind that. On the ground on the right side of the frame are many fat and skinny pipes lined up. In the background are numerous spindletops.
[P.B. Curry, Sr. Residence]
Photograph of the P.B. Curry, Sr. residence on Fourth Street in Orange, Texas.
[Photograph of Steambost Harry Lee]
Photograph of the Steamboat Harry Lee - later to be the Showboat - docked across the Sabine River on old Highway 90. Used as a gambling establishment in the late 1920s.
[Samuel W. Levingston Home]
Photograph of the Samuel W. Levingston home at 920 W. Pine Street in the 1920s. The house has a turret on the left and a wrap around porch.
[Three Men in Orangefield, Texas]
Three men who worked in the oil fields in Orangefield around 1920.
[Three Men Working on an Oil Derrick]
Photograph of three men working on an oil derrick in Orangefield, Texas.
[Truck Carrying Metal Pipe]
Truck with wooden spokes carrying a load of metal pipe in Orangefield, Texas.
[Tugboat Baddacock]
Photograph of the tugboat, Baddacock, at the dock of National Shipbuilding in Orange, Texas.
E.W. Bancroft and Dog
Photograph of E.W. Bancroft wearing a white long-sleeved shirt and hat. He is bending over with his hands on a dog. In the background is a leafy tree, fence, and house.
[Woman Standing by an Oil Derrick]
Photograph of a woman standing by an oil derrick. She wears a hat and carries a bag.
[Young Woman from Orangefield in 1920s]
Photograph of a young woman standing in front of the Orangefield oil field in the 1920s.