Photograph of an aerial view of Saint Mary Hospital on 3600 Gates Boulevard. There are several buildings connected by smaller covered walkways. Fields surround the hospital, and there is a football field behind it.
Photograph of an exterior view of Blossom Shoppe on 1730 Procter Street. Bouquets of flowers are displayed in the front window; a neon sign in the window says "Flowers." A sign above the entrance says "Blossom Shoppe." A business on the right side of Blossom Shoppe is identified as Matise Blue Print Company. Signs in the front window say "Notary Public." A sign above the entrance says "Matise Blue Print Company.
Photograph of a wooden building identified as Bluebonnet Drive-In on 1620 Bluebonnet Avenue. Text written on the front of the building's windows says "Bluebonnet Drive In Plate Lunch." Text on the side of the building says "Bluebonnet Drive In." There is a dirt lot beside the building. In the background, there are other buildings.
Photograph of a building identified as Bookie's Service Station on 2500 Procter Street. Several gas pumps are under an awning extending from the front of the building. Automotive repair supplies are scattered underneath the awning. Several men are working around the building. A sign in front of the building says "Texaco" above a "T" and star logo. In the background, a carport says "Bookie's Motor-Tune-Up-Brake Service." In the bottom right of the photograph, text says "25850 9-26-41."
Photograph of businesses at Four Corners in Sabine Pass, Texas. Signs on the front of a building facing to the front say "Grand Prize," "The Jetties Sea Food Inn," "Sea Food Dinners 50 [cents] 75 [cents] $1.00," and "Entrance." Signs on a building facing to the right side say "The Jetties Seafood Inn" and "Coca-Cola." A row of cars are parked outside the buildings.
Photograph of a wooden building identified as Clayton and Thompson Funeral Home on 2105 Procter Street. Columns decorate the front of the building, and a canopy covers the walkway from the door to the street. In the yard, there are trees shrubs, and a post with handwritten text that says "2100 Procter."
Photograph of an exterior view of First National bank on Port Neches Avenue in Port Neches, Texas. An awning hangs over the entrance, and there are bars over the windows. A sign on the top of the building says "First National Bank." In the background, a person is leaning against the building. Text below the photograph says "Bldg. Constructed in 1923."
Photograph of an exterior view of Franklin's Dress Shop, a popular ladies clothing store. Display windows in the front of the store show mannequins wearing dresses and hats. There is a smaller doorway on the left side of the store's entrance. Signs above the entrance say "Franklin's."
Photograph of the Thomas Jefferson High School Girls Recreation Association. The girls are wearing light colored uniforms, and are posing in five rows on a flight of stairs. In the background, there is a building with three sets of double doors.
Photograph of nine women standing in a row, identified as the Golden Arrow Drive-In service staff on 248 Seventh Street. They are all wearing uniform skirts, bolero jackets, blouses, and change purses. They are standing in front of a window of the restaurant.
Photograph of the Murphy's Bakery parade float, made by Pete Balch for the Golden Jubilee Parade. The float consists of a four-tiered circular cake shape, with a sign on the top that says "50." On the side of the float, cursive text says "Murphy's." A man is standing in front of the float. In the background, there are houses.
Photograph of an exterior view of a Gulf Service Station on Seventh Street and Savannah Avenue. There are gas pumps underneath an awning stretching out from the front of the building. Signs in front of the building say "Vulcanizing Recapping," "Gulf," and "Flats Fixed." In the background, there is another business with cars parked outside of it. The front of the building says "Viator Auto Service - Gen'l Repairing."
Photograph of an exterior view of J. B. Jameson Groceries on Orange Highway and Stadium Road. Text on the building says "Drink Coca-Cola" and "J. B. Jameson Groceries Beer." Two gas pumps are under an awning in the front of the building.
Photograph of a crowd of people gathering on the 600 block of Procter Street for the Jubilee Parade. Several businesses are lined along the street. Text below the photograph says "Before the Parade" and "By A.W. Ellsworth." On the back of the photograph, there is another photograph of the Jubilee Parade. A crowd is gathered in the street covering the view of the parade. People are sitting on the edges of the tops of the buildings lining the street. Text above the photograph says "P.F.: Celebrations Golden Jubilee- 1948;" text below the photograph says "The Jubilee Parade" and "By George Moon Printed by Einar Hansen."
Photograph of a man piloting a helicopter that says "Lyndon Johnson for U. S. Senator" on the side. The helicopter is hovering above a field of grass. In the background, there is a crowd of people standing in front of Jefferson County Sub-Courthouse.
Photograph of a group of men identified as local grocers waiting to unload food from a train car. Some men are leaning on cars, and other men are standing in the doorway of a train car. In the background, a train car says "Plessala Bros. Complete Food Stores Port Arthur, Texas" on the side.
Photograph of an exterior view of Mitchell Automotive Supply on 1300 Gilham Circle. An awning extends off the front of the building and has gas pumps underneath it. Text on the top of the building says "Mitchell Auto Supply phone 2-4031." A sign extending from one corner of the awning says "General Tire." In the background, there are two men standing outside of a garage.
Photograph of two fire trucks; a 1916 American LaFrance, sixty-five foot aerial and a 1948 American LaFrance, eighty-five foot aerial. A man identified as Dave Montgomery is sitting in the driver's seat of the older truck. A man identified as Alvin Montgomery is sitting in the back of the older truck, and has both hands on a tiller wheel. The ladder is raised on the newer truck. In the background, there are buildings.
Photograph of ten women identified as car hops standing outside of Paragon Sandwich Shop on 2600 Memorial Boulevard. Five of the women are wearing uniforms with skirts and hats, and the other five women are wearing uniforms with pants and capes. In the background, there are several signs on the building; a top row of signs say "Pig & Beef," "Drink Coca-Cola," and "Fountain Service." A sign in the center says "Paragon," and signs on a bottom row says "Fountain Service," "Chicken Dinner," "Dutch Lunch," "Bar-B-Q Beef," "Juicy Pig," "T-Bone Steak," and "Stuffed Crabs."
Photograph of a group of six young people sitting at a table at the Pleasure Pier Ballroom at Pleasure Island. They are identified as Nick Carcara, Marjorie Baxley, Jerry Fontenot, Yvonne Aaron, Jimmie Robinson, and Geraldine Hillard. On the table, there are empty and half-full soda bottles, two bowls, and a paper card that says "110." In the background, there are empty tables. Accompanying material is a card from Pleasure Pier.
Photograph of an exterior view of Plessala Brothers Number Two grocery store on Gulfway Drive. An awning hangs over several display windows in the front of the building. Signs along the top of the building say "Grocery Market," "Plessala Bros. No. 2," and "Fruits & Vegetables." A car is parked to the side of the building. In the background, there are houses and people standing in a yard.
Photograph of eight men in the Port Arthur Police Department. They are all wearing suits and hats. Seven of the eight men are identified as (from left to right) Claude Goldsmith (Chief), Garland B. Douglas, Joseph C. Enright, Minchew, Malcom Jay, Smith, and Sunnie Edmund Oster.
Photograph of an exterior view of a Port Arthur Water Plant. The building is one story tall, and there are bushes along the exterior. The plant was built in 1926, and then updated in the 1950s; it currents serves 60,000 citizens daily.
Photograph of an exterior view of Silver Hut Drive-In on 3800 Procter Street. There are illegible neon signs on the front of an awning, and a sign at the top of the building that says "Chicken Hand" and "Silver Hut." The drive-in was a popular place for teen-aged people to gather.
Photograph of a brick building identified as Smith-May Motor Company on 900 Procter Street. An awning hangs from the building. A sign on the front of the building says, "Smith-May Motor Co." A sign facing the sidewalk says, "Smith - May Motor Co. Buick - Pontiac." One man is walking on the sidewalk and cars are parked along its curb.
Photograph of three men identified as the owners, Leslie Cloar, Howard Smith, and Roy Cloar, standing in front of a row of cars at Smith-May Motor Company on 949 Procter Street. Behind the cars, there are buildings with signs on them that say "Smith-May Motor Co. Buick Pontiace GMC Trucks," "Serviing Port Arthur Motorists for more than a third of a Century," and "Better Used Cars."
Photograph of three speedboats racing. One man is in each boat. The boat in the foreground says "Eight Ball III" on the side, the center boat says "Winkie," and the boat furthest says "gray goose 4th." In the background, there is an eroding shoreline.
Photograph of two men and three women at a Texas Library Association (T. L. A.) conference. From the left to right, the people are identified as Z. T. Fortescue (Superintendent of Port Arthur Independent School District), Buster Crow (Port Arthur Mayor), Arless B. Nixon (T. L. A. President), the Assistant Librarian of San Antonio Library, and Pearle Burr (Tyrell Public Library). In the background, there is a group of people on board "Ava," a Texaco Company yacht.
Photograph of an exterior view of a brick building identified as Thomas Jefferson High School. Trees and bushes surround the building. Text below the photograph says "abt 1948 Thomas Jefferson High School."
Photograph of wooden buildings identified as Wallings Dairy Farm, located on the north side of State Highway 365 in Nederland, Texas. There are two silos in front of a wooden building. To the right of the silos, there is a wooden house with a car parked in front of it. Several cows are spread out through the grounds. In the foreground, there is a wire fence.
Photograph of a building identified as a Port Arthur Independent School District administration office. Several men are working on top of the roof. A sign on the front of the building says "School Administration School Taxes." In the foreground, there are trees and a street. The number "1947" is handwritten at the top of the photograph. This building was built in 1900 with a $15,000 bond. It was formerly an elementary school, and since students found it hard to use the stairs, it became the administration building. A business card for Mac Roofing and Supplies, Inc is attached to the back of the photograph.
Photograph of an exterior view of the Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA) building on Lakeshore Drive at Pleasure Island Bridge. Several bicycles are parked in a front yard. Two cars are parked at the curb. In the foreground, there are other cars parked beside a curb. In the background, there is a building identified as Mary Gates Memorial Hospital.
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