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[American Red Cross Representatives]

Description: Photograph of a group of women in the League City Red Cross, sitting together at a small table and making blankets. According to a handwritten note on the back, most of the women are identified from left to right as the wives of their husbands, namely: Mrs. O.V. King, Mrs. John P. Atkinson, Mrs. Salmon, Mrs. Birkmeyer, and Mrs. Benson.
Date: 191u

[The Butler Building]

Description: Photograph of the Butler Building, a historic two-story League City building located on Second Street which was then known as King's Trail. A few horses and horse-drawn wagons are parked just outside the building. Three men are standing in the open doorway of the building; the man on the far right is John P. Atkinson, according to accompanying information.
Date: December 29, 1909

[The Butler Building]

Description: Photograph of the Butler Building, a historic two-story League City building located on Second Street which was then known as King's Trail. Two horses, one of them tethered to a wagon, are standing just outside the building. Several men are standing in a line near the building entrance; one of the men is John P. Atkinson, according to accompanying information.
Date: December 29, 1909
Creator: Schlueter, F. J.

[Butler Ranch Headquarters]

Description: Photograph of the Butler Ranch Headquarters in League City, Texas. The ranch bordered what are now FM 518, Kansas Street and Walker Street. Cows are fenced-in in the foreground.
Date: unknown

[Cattle at Butler Ranch Headquarters]

Description: Photograph of the cattle belonging to George Washington Butler at Butler Ranch Headquarters in League City, Texas. The ranch bordered what are now FM 518, Kansas Street and Walker Street. The cows are grazing on the grass in front of the ranch house.
Date: unknown

[Cattle at Butler Ranch Headquarters]

Description: Photograph of the cattle belonging to George Washington Butler at Butler Ranch Headquarters in League City, Texas. The ranch bordered what are now FM 518, Kansas Street and Walker Street. The cows are grazing on the grass in front of the ranch house.
Date: unknown

[Children with American Red Cross Representatives]

Description: Photograph of a large group of children seated together with a few American Red Cross representatives in front of a bandstand in league City. They are all wearing nurse caps with the Red Cross emblem on the front. A Red Cross flag is hung up behind them.
Date: 191u

[Dismuke House]

Description: Photograph of the Dismuke House, which was located on the west side of South Kansas Street near the League City School in League City, Texas. Billy Dismuke worked for the Butlers. Three young children are posed with two dogs in front of the wooden house.
Date: unknown

[George Washington Butler at Butler Ranch Headquarters]

Description: Photograph of George Washington Butler (far right) and friends at Butler Ranch Headquarters in League City, Texas. The ranch bordered what are now FM 518, Kansas Street and Walker Street. The men are on horseback in front of the ranch buildings.
Date: unknown

[League City Masonic Lodge]

Description: Photograph of the side of the League City Masonic Lodge and the large tree next to it. A note on the back of the photograph states that the tree was cut down in 1939 or 1940.
Date: 1939

[League City Masonic Lodge]

Description: Photograph of the side of the League City Masonic Lodge and the large tree next to it. A note on the back of the photograph states that the tree was cut down in 1939 or 1940.
Date: 1939

[The League City Methodist Church]

Description: Photograph of the Methodist Church in League City, Texas. The church has a tall steeple and a wooden fence in the foreground.
Date: unknown

[League City Railroad Shop]

Description: Photograph of the historic League City Railroad Shop, a warehouse building with a wide entrance. The shop workers are gathered together in front of the warehouse. According to a handwritten note on the back, the man at the center wearing the vest is O.V. King and to his right is R.H. Scholes, the superintendent or foreman.
Date: unknown

[League City Rodeo]

Description: Photograph of a crowd of people in cowboy attire, gathered in a field at the League City Rodeo.
Date: unknown

[League City Rodeo]

Description: Photograph of a few men on horseback at the League City Rodeo. A few spectators standing near their parked antique cars are visible in the distance.
Date: unknown

[League City Rodeo]

Description: Photograph of a man on horseback at the League City Rodeo, although his figure is blurry. A group of spectators in cowboy attire are standing near the rider.
Date: unknown

[League City Rodeo]

Description: Photograph of three men on horseback, riding in a field at the League City Rodeo.
Date: unknown

[League City Rodeo]

Description: Photograph of a few men on horseback at the League City Rodeo; only their silhouettes are visible. The silhouettes of a few spectators standing near their parked antique cars are visible in the distance.
Date: unknown

[League City School]

Description: Photograph of League City School, a two-story brick building that served as a grade school. A group of students are gathered by the wooden fence just outside the school.
Date: 192u
Creator: Schlueter, F. J.

[League City School Fourth Grade Class, 1920]

Description: Photograph of the 1920 fourth grade class of League City School, also known as the big school. The building, which is partially visible behind the class, has a brick exterior. The class is arranged in three rows; the first two rows are seated while the third row is standing. According to writing on the back, the name of the sixth girl from the left on the middle row is Flora Atkinson.
Date: 1920

[The Little Green School]

Description: Photograph of a building in League City known as the Little Green School. A layer of snow covers the ground and the roof. A tree branch jutting out from the right is partially visible.
Date: 1924

[Little Green School: First Grace Class, 1918]

Description: Photograph of the 1918 first grade class of League City School, also known as the big school. The class is arranged in three rows; the first two rows are seated while the third row is standing. Behind them is a wooden fence. According to writing on the back, the name of the girl seated at the end of the middle row is Flora Atkinson. Their teacher, Miss Labuzan, stands behind the class to the right.
Date: 1918

[Little Green School: First Grade Class]

Description: Postcard featuring on the front a class portrait of the 1917 first grade class of the Little Green School in League City. They are arranged in three rows outside of the school building; the first two rows are seated while the third row is standing. According to writing on the back of the postcard, the little girl on the first row in the dark sweater is Flora Atkinson. The information also state that the first grade teacher was Miss Labuzan.
Date: 1917

[Perry McFaddin Home]

Description: Photograph of the Perry McFaddin Home on 920 Third Street, League City, Texas. The house faces the Methodist Church. A man is standing on the porch, and a wooden fence is in the foreground.
Date: unknown