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[The 1916 League City Browns]

Description: Postcard of the 1916 League City Browns, also known as the League City Baseball Club. The team has nine members, all of whom are men. They are posed for a team portrait in their uniforms which consist of a cap, a shirt, knickerbockers, socks, and shoes. A few baseball bats and gloves are set on the ground before them.
Date: 1916

[League City School]

Description: Postcard photograph of the front entrance of League City School, nicknamed "The Big School," located on South Kansas Street. A note on the back of the postcard states that the building was built in 1912 or 1915 and housed third grade to high school classes.
Date: 1912

[League City School]

Description: Postcard photograph of the League City School, nicknamed "The Big School." South Kansas Street is on the right side of the image, and power lines are in the foreground. A note on the back of the postcard states that the building was built in 1912 or 1915.
Date: 1912

[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

[Postcard of Troops Entering League City]

Description: Postcard featuring a photograph of some U.S. World War I troops entering League City at the city's original thoroughfare between Houston and Galveston. The troops are situated on a fence running alongside the road and the railroad tracks, which are not visible. Their arms and weapons are placed in vertical clusters before the troops. A two-story building in the background has a "Welcome" sign posted in front.
Date: 1915

[Troops Entering League City]

Description: Postcard featuring a photograph of World War I troops entering downtown League City, Texas. A goat accompanies the group of army men as they walk downtown. On the left is a two-story building that houses the League City Post Office, a shoe company, and a general store.
Date: 1915
Creator: Maurer