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Description: Photograph of the atrium of the Stark Museum of Art in Orange, Texas. Janis Zilker Becker motions towards the Frederic Remington sculpture named The Broncho Buster which is displayed along with two of his other bronzes. Jennifer Stafford looks on from the right. There are five Navajo blankets hanging on a wall above them.
Date: March 28, 1993
Description: Color photo postcard picturing the new Veteran's Memorial Bridge in front of the older Rainbow Bridge. These bridges connect Bridge City and Port Arthur, Texas over the Neches River. Written on the back of the card, "Twin bridges span the Neches River connecting Bridg City & Port Arthur. The cable-stayed Veteran's Memorial Bridge was dedicated on Sept. 8, 1990, 52 years after the Rainbow Bridge. The clearance of the new bridge is 143 feet; the old bridge is 176 feet." It is postmarked Bridge City, Texas on Sept 8, 1990.
Date: August 1990
Creator: Chiasson, Charlotte
Item Type: Postcard
Description: Photograph of the Texas Sesquicentennial parade on Fifth Street in downtown Orange, Texas in 1986. Albert "Cowboy" Adams is riding a brown horse and waving. Automobiles are parked behind him. In the background is the Lutcher Theatre (Left) and the Stark House (Right).
Date: March 1986
Creator: Toal, Margaret
Description: Photograph looking north on Fifth Street from the Orange Public Library parking lot on Front Street in 1980. The dome of the First Baptist Church can be seen in the distance. The brick tower of the First Methodist Church is to the left of that.
Description: Photograph looking south of automobiles parked on 5th street on the Main Business District of Orange, Texas.
Description: Photograph lookinh north of automobiles parked on 5th street on the Main Business District of Orange, Texas.