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[Refugees Leaving T. T. Co. Plant]

Description: Photograph of several people wading through high waters after a flood to leave the T. T. Co. plant in Port Arthur, Texas. A man drives a wagon pulled by two horses through the water, and a boat follows behind him. There is a train to the right, and buildings in the background.
Date: August 20, 1915

[People in Flood Waters]

Description: Photograph of a large group of people standing in flood waters after a hurricane in Port Arthur, Texas. Two boys push a boat to the left, and a carriage is visible to the right. A group of people stand on the steps of the building in the background.
Date: August 18, 1915

[Men on Wells Fargo Wagon]

Description: Photograph of two men standing with a Wells Fargo wagon pulled by two horses on a road in Port Arthur, Texas. One man sits in the driver's seat, and the other, identified as Earl Gautreaux, stands on the tailgate. Buildings are visible in the background.
Date: 1914

[The Cumberland Telephone Company]

Description: Photograph of several women sitting at a switch board at the Cumberland Telephone Company in Port Arthur, Texas. The women at the switch board are identified, from left to right, as Daisy Neal, an unidentified woman, Lillian Frost, and Flora Tucker. The woman at the desk to the left is Mrs. Stanley, and the man standing in the background is Mr. Toples.
Date: 1914
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[Photograph of Thomas Bos]

Description: Photograph of Thomas Bos in a suit and tie. Handwriting around the photo notes that Bos was an early property owner in Port Arthur who was originally from Holland. The reverse of the photo has a handwritten note near the top stating that this was given to J. W. Carr. Writing near the bottom of the photo, to the right of a red photographer's seal, says that Bos purchased Port Arthur property for Dutch interests and that he was a client of Carr.
Date: January 1911
Creator: Weinberg, A. S.