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[Back of Dorothy Ingram Riding in Parade]

Description: Photograph of Dorothy Ingram from behind, riding in a red convertible in the Centennial Parade. There is a trunk on the back bumper that says "Centennial Queen." She is seated in the passenger seat, looking to her right. There is a man with gray hair driving the car. Spectators are watching from the side of the road.
Date: 1998

[Dorothy Ingram Riding in Convertible Car]

Description: Photograph of Dorothy Ingram in the passenger seat of a convertible. The car is driving in a parade and says "Centennial Queen" on the front bumper. A man with gray hair and a gray mustache is driving the car. There are more cars with people standing up in them in the background, and spectators are watching from the side of the road.
Date: 1998

[Executive Committee Group]

Description: Photograph of a large group of people, from the Executive Committee of the Port Arthur Reunion Group. There are eight women wearing dresses and two men wearing suits, all facing towards the camera and smiling. Three women are seated in the front row
Date: 1989

[Ribbon Cutting at Civic Center]

Description: Photograph of a group of people at a ribbon cutting at the Civic Center . The men are in suits and the women are in dresses, and there is a man taking a photograph of the two men in the middle of the line. The people are identified from left to right as Madison Bazille, Artie Cook, Hazel Baron, Dorothy Ingram, Carolyn Richardson, Sam Aquilina, Mayor Bernis Sadler, Congressman Jack Brooks, Malcolm Clark, and City Manager George Dibrell.
Date: July 8, 1980

[Aerial View of Procter Street]

Description: Photograph of an aerial of view of Procter Street from the Kansas City Southern Train Station, in Port Arthur, Tx. A handful of cars can be seen on the street, which is in the center of the photograph and extends into the distance. There are other intersecting streets with buildings lining them that create a grid layout. A sticker on the back of the photograph identifies the photographer as James Everett from Groves, Texas.
Date: unknown
Creator: Everett, James

[Boat With Flags at Dock]

Description: Photograph of a boat beside a dock and a building. It has tall masts with flags hanging across them, and a large American flag on the front mast. A few people are visible near the front of the boat. A handwritten note on the back of the photograph identifies it as the first cutter boat to come to Port Arthur.
Date: unknown

[C.R. Stevenson Working on Oil Rig]

Description: Photograph of a man, identified as C. R. Stevenson, working on an oil rig. He is wearing a hat and tie and holding the wheel attached to a large pipe. He is looking upwards with a neutral expression. A stamp on the back of the photograph identifies the photographer as J. C. Watkins.
Date: unknown
Creator: Watkins, J. C.