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[Dorothy Ingram by White Car]
Photograph of Dorothy Ingram next to a white car. There is a poster on the car that reads, "Ms. Emancipation." She is wearing a long white dress and red ribbon.
[Dorothy Ingram in Chair]
Photograph of Dorothy Ingram. She is wearing a dark pink, long-sleeved blouse and white hat with a flower on it. The photograph is dated August 27, 2003.
[Dorothy Ingram in Convertible]
Photograph of Dorothy Ingram in a red convertible, during the Centennial Parade. She is in the passenger seat, and a man white gray hair and a mustache is driving. Spectators can be seen in the background.
[Dorothy Ingram in Front of Yacht]
Photograph of Dorothy Ingram standing outside in front of a yacht. She is wearing a light blue dress, crown, and Centennial Queen ribbon. Shadows from two people taking the photograph can be seen at the bottom of the image.
[Dorothy Ingram in Red Hat]
Portrait photograph of Dorothy Ingram, from the shoulders up. She is wearing a magenta and blue top with a lace collar. She is also wearing a red hat and glasses, and looking towards the camera smiling.
[Dorothy Ingram in Wicker Chair]
Photograph of Dorothy Ingram sitting in a white wicker chair, on board a yacht. She is wearing a light blue dress, a crown, and a Centennial Queen ribbon. She is facing towards the camera and smiling.
[Dorothy Ingram on Yacht]
Photograph of Dorothy Ingram with the captain of a yacht. She is wearing a Centennial Queen ribbon and a crown. The captain has his arm around her shoulder, and both are smiling towards the camera.
[Dorothy Ingram Program]
Photograph of a Dorothy Ingram program. There is a woman and two boy scouts standing behind a podium, and underneath a banner that reads, "This is your life Miss Dorothy Ingram." There is a woman seated in the bottom right corner of the photograph.
[Dorothy Ingram Riding in Convertible Car]
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.
[Dorothy Ingram With Students]
Photograph of young Dorothy Ingram with a class of students outdoors. The children are lined up in two rows, one seated and one standing, and looking towards the camera and smiling. There are school buildings in the background.
[Drill Team Posing Outdoors]
Photograph of Red Hussars drill team posing outdoors. The members are all wearing uniforms with white skirts, and standing in lines and turning to smile towards the camera.
[Drum Majors Shaking Hands]
Photograph of two drum majors from the Rudolf Lambert Post No. 7 American Legion Band. The two men are wearing full band uniforms and shaking hands.
[Edith and Amelia Carr Posing Outside]
Photograph of two young women identified as Edith and Amelia Carr. They are standing outdoors and wearing long dresses. Handwriting on the back of the photograph sends holiday greetings to a relative.
[Elderly Man and Toddle Sitting Outside]
Photograph of an elderly man, identified as J. W. Carr, with his young grandson. Both are seated outdoors in lawn chairs; the toddler is on the left and J. W. Carr is on the right. There is a lawn and plants in the background.
[Elementary School Classroom]
Photograph of a classroom at Carver Elementary School. The children are seated in their desks and smiling towards the camera. There is a table with miniature buildings on it at the back of the room. The teacher is standing in the opposite corner of the room, behind the children.
[Elementary School Drill Team]
Photograph of the Lamar Elementary School Drill Team. The drill team is made up of children in uniforms holding batons. Two girls in the back of the line are holding drums, and a few girls in each line are doing the splits. Handwriting on the border of the photograph dates it from 1952.
[Elementary School Meeting]
Photograph of a meeting inside a room at Carver Elementary School. There are rows of people in seats, and a woman can be seen standing at a podium at the end of the room. There are twelve other people seated behind the podium.
[Elementary School Performance]
Photograph of a school performance at Carver Elementary School. There are children seated on a stage with various instruments. The background of the stage is painted with a landscape mural.
[Elementary School Program]
Photograph of a school program at Carver Elementary School. Children are seated on the stage with instruments, and a man in a black suit is standing in front of them conducting. There is a hand-painted mural in the background. The audience is partially visible in the bottom of the photograph.
[Employee Photograph of Dorothy Ingram]
Employee photograph of Dorothy Ingram from Lamar Elementary School. She is shown from the side and looking forward. Her hair is short and curled, and she is wearing a patterned top.
[Executive Committee Group]
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
[Exterior of Church]
Photograph of the exterior of a Church building. It is made of bricks and has three entry doors. There are simple stained glass windows on both visible sides, and a large white cross on the roof.
[Exterior of House]
Photograph of the exterior of a house identified as the Vulstukye Home. The yard has a wire fence in front of it, and there are two large trees in bloom. The front of the house has a covered porch on the first level and balcony on the second level with white columns. There is handwriting on back of the photograph that reads, "May 1912."
[Family and Dog at Beach]
Photograph of the Carr family on the shore of the Gulf of Mexico beach near Sabine Pass. There is a small child and man in a hat near the bottom of the photograph. Two women are standing behind them with a dog and looking towards the camera.
[Family Group Outside]
Photograph of the Carr family posing outdoors. One older man with a mustache is seated, and three women and one man are standing behind him with their hands on the back of his chair.
[Family on Beach Next to Automobile]
Photograph of the Carr family at the beach. There are two women, one man, one child, and one dog. Handwriting on the back of the photograph indicates that the car they are next to was one of the first automobiles in Port Arthur.
[Family Seated Outside]
Photograph of the J. W. Carr family. Two people are seated and two are standing. The seated man is holding a cane and smoking a pipe, and the woman next to him is wearing a white dress. There are two women standing behind them, one in a white dress and one in a black dress. Handwriting on the back of the photograph states that they are on 300 5th Street.
[First Annual Baby Contest in Port Arthur]
Photograph of a group of people and babies, from the First Annual Baby Contest in Port Arthur. There is handwriting identifying each person, and the baby on the far left is labeled as the winner of the contest. The baby is wearing a while outfit and bonnet, and is in the lap of a man in a suit. The image is dated March 6, 1955.
[Fleet of Shrimp Boats]
Photograph of a fleet of shrimping boats at a dock. The names of the boats in the front row, from left to right, read, "Miss Patterson," "Frances," and "Dutch Harbor." A stamp on the back of the photograph identifies the photographer as J. C. Watkins.
[Fleet of Shrimping Boats]
Photograph of a side view of shrimping boats from a fleet. They are stationed at a dock. A stamp on the back of the photograph identifies the photographer as J. C. Watkins.
[Float in a Parade From Above]
Photograph of a float in a parade from above. There is a woman on the float in what appears to be a Statue of Liberty costume, and a person walking to the right of the float waving a flag. There are crowds watching from both sides of the road and from balconies and windows on nearby buildings. Ahead of the float, more people can be seen carrying flags.
[Football Player on Field]
Photograph of a young man in a football uniform on a field, identified as J. C. Abshire, a Thomas Jefferson High graduate. He is standing with his hands behind his back and looking towards the camera. There are buildings and a water tower visible in the background.
[Forerunner of Texaco Marine Fleet]
Photograph of a large ship on the water, surrounded by a flock of seagulls. An accompanying card (with the Texaco logo at the bottom) labels the ship "The 'Robert Sewell,' forerunner of Texaco's large Marine Fleet."
[Girl in Long Dark Dress]
Portrait photograph of a Port Arthur High School class favorite in 1932. She is wearing a long, dark-colored dress and heels. Her hands are clasped behind her back and she is looking away from the camera.
[Girl in Long Dress]
Portrait photograph of a Port Arthur High School class favorite in 1932. She is wearing a long white dress with a ruffled bottom. Her hair is dark and wavy, and she is smiling towards the camera with one hand on her chest and one on her side.
[Girl in Long Dress]
Portrait photograph of a Port Arthur High School class favorite in 1932. She is wearing a long white dress with a ruffled bottom. Her hair is dark and wavy, and she is smiling towards the camera with one hand on her chest and one on her side.
[Girl in Long White Dress]
Portrait photograph of a Port Arthur High School class favorite in 1932. She is wearing a long white dress with sequin details, and holding her hand on her chest. Her hair is short and wavy, and she is smiling towards the camera.
[Girl in Ruffled Dress]
Portrait photograph of Port Arthur High School's class favorite in 1932. She is wearing a ruffled, belted dress and heels. Her hair is curled and pinned back, and she is smiling at the camera with her arms held out.
[Girl Wearing a Hat Standing by a Car]
Photograph of a young girl wearing a hat and long white dress, standing outside in front of a car. She is holding a bouquet of flowers and her eyes are partially closed. There are houses in the background and the photograph appears to have been taken in a neighborhood.
[Grain Elevator Being Constructed]
Photograph of a grain elevator being constructed. There is wood scaffolding on the right side of the photograph, where a large group of men in black suits are standing. There is a tall building with a smokestack in front of it in the distance.
[Grave of Arthur Stilwell Smith]
Photograph of a grave surrounded by a small picket fence. The tombstone identifies the grave as Arthur Stilwell Smith's and reads, "Born May 1896; Died May 1896; First Birth, First Death in Port Arthur." A sticker on the back of the photograph identifies the photographer as James Everett from Groves, Texas.
[Group in Bathing Suits and Dresses]
Postcard of a group of men and women wearing bathing suits and dresses. Four people are seated on the ground, and five people are standing behind them. There is a pier in the background. The back of the postcard is blank.
[Group Marching]
Photograph of a group of people marching down a street in Port Arthur. The crowd is walking towards the left side of the photograph, and some people are holding up white posters. There are houses in the background.
[Group Marching Across Intersection]
Photograph of a group of people marching across an intersection in Port Arthur. A man in jeans and a blue-green shirt is at the front of the crowd. Another man near the front is holding a white flag, and people in the middle of the group are carrying a large white banner. There are houses in the background.
[Group of Bathers with Fish]
Photograph of a group of bathers with fish. They are standing in a circle around two people holding up a large fish by its gills. Two small children wearing hats are standing on the left side of the image.
[Group of Carver Elementary School Teachers]
Photograph of a group of Carver Elementary School teachers. They are seated and standing in three rows on bleachers indoors. There is a mural of a classroom on the wall behind them.
[Group of Men From KPAC Radio Station]
Photograph of four men in suits and ties associated with KPAC Radio Station, standing and sitting around a table. The man on the far left in the checkered jacket is identified as Floyd Badeaux, the owner of a recording studio.
[Group of People Marching]
Photograph of a group of people marching in Port Arthur. They are walking down a road towards the camera. People near the front are carrying a large banner.
[Group of Women and Two Men]
Photograph of a large group of women wearing dresses and two men. Five of the women are seated on a couch, and five are standing behind them. Two men wearing suits and standing in the row behind the couch.
[Group Posing in Front of Car]
Photograph of a group of eight people standing in front of a car. One man and one woman are seated in the front, and the rest are posing behind them. The back of the photograph reads, "Note: newspapers wrapped around lady's legs in center and left."