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[Woman wearing a crown and a dark fur cape lined with white fur]

Description: Photograph of a woman standing facing right with both of her hands resting on the top of a fabric covered chair back. The fabric extends from the upper right corner to cover the chair. In this studio portrait, the woman is wearing a quilted white skirt with fur at the end, a fitted black and white bodice top, a dark fur cape lined with white fur and extending to ripples on the floor. On her head is a crown with a long, white lacy veil extending from the top to the floor. The backdrop appears to be two walls of a room with a door on the left side.
Date: unknown
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Monumental grave located in Cuba]

Description: Photograph appears to be a monumental grave located in Cuba. Trees line the left and right of the photograph with the grave in the center. It is extremely tall with various designs running down it. At the top is a cross with an angel carrying a man below it. These individuals are standing on a circular platform placed on a square column. The column is decorated with various weaponry sculpted on sides. At the bottom of the column are bows. The monument then spreads out to cover a larger area, with ladies wearing wrap clothes in various positions on each corner of the top of the monument. A black metal fence surrounds the monument and the entrance via stairs is blocked off with a black metal fence. The visitor's platform has a black metal cross set up on each corner. A plaque is apparent on the front of the visitor's platform. Attached to a black cardboard substrate.
Date: 1900
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Photograph of cattle brought back from Cuba by J.H.P. Davis]

Description: Photograph brought back from Cuba by J.H.P. Davis. The photograph shows a herd of cattle in a pasture being watched over by four cowboys on horseback. There are two cowboys on the right and two on the left side of the herd. A fence line and trees extends from far left to center of photograph. The photo is mounted on a gray cardboard substrate. The cardboard has a thick dark gray line around the perimeter of the photograph and again around the edge of the cardboard. Written on back of cardboard in black ink: "Group of Hereford cattle raised on my Ranch." Image dimensions are: 18 cm x 12.8 cm.
Date: [1900..1920]
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[A man standing at the northeast corner of a white two story house]

Description: Photograph may have been brought back from Cuba by J.H.P. Davis. This photograph was found with other photos that were brought back. Photograph shows a man standing at the northeast corner of a white two story house. The bottom porch of the house has thick square column supports. The porch has a wooden bench and two rocking chairs near an open double doorway. The second floor balcony has wooden railing. The back of the house has top and bottom porches also. There is a row of wooden posts put closely in the ground to form a fence in the foreground. The photo is mounted on a textured gray matte. The matte has a thick dark gray line around perimeter of photo and around edge of matte. The image dimensions are: 12.8 cm x 17.9 cm.
Date: [1900..1925]
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Cowboy and cattle in cattle shoots and pens]

Description: Photograph may have been brought back from Cuba by J.H.P. Davis. This photograph was with other photos that were brought from there by Davis. The photograph shows a cowboy standing (center) on one of many wooden partitions that form cattle shoots and pens. There are cattle peering through the wooden partition in foreground. Partial view of a white wooden building seen between trees in the top left corner of photograph; trees on right. The photograph is mounted on a gray matte with a thick dark gray border around perimeter of image and again around the edge of the matte. Written on the back of the image: "Cows and dipping vat." Image dimensions are approximately: "17.9 cm x 12.8 cm".
Date: [1900..1920]
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Ship wrecked in a harbor]

Description: Photograph may have been brought back from Cuba by J.H.P. Davis. This photograph was with other photos that were brought from there by Davis. The photograph shows a ship wrecked in a harbor. The tall mast and ropes is in the foreground. Buildings of a city in background. The photograph is mounted on a tan cardboard substrate. Image dimensions are: 19.9 cm cm x 11.9 cm.
Date: [1900..1925]
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[A large group of people at a picnic]

Description: The photograph shows a large group of people at a picnic. Text below the portrait reads: "Last photograph of Joaquin Ruiz, who was shot by the Cubans when he went out under Spanish instructions to offer the insurgents autonomy. At a picnic, the Monday preceding his death, this picture was taken. He stands with a cross on his hat."
Date: [1900..1920]
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[A man ministering to a young boy in a hospital bed]

Description: The photograph shows a man ministering to a young boy in a hospital bed. Another boy is lying in a bed in rear left background. A number "19" is on the wall above the bed of the first young man. Text below the photograph reads: "Another scene in the hospital of the American Orphan Asylum, showing reconcentrado boys dying of starvation, in the last stages, beyond relief, with protruding bones. Pictures like this explain the war now being waged against the tyranny which produces such piteous fruit."
Date: [1900..1920]
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

["The most famous beggar in Havana - Sam Raco"]

Description: The photograph shows a poorly dressed man sitting on a bench in front of a wooden building. He has a bottle in his left hand. Text below the photo reads: "This is the most famous beggar in Havana - Sam Raco, by name - and he comes from the interior. He has 12 fingers and 11 toes - - count them."
Date: [1880..1900]
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Photograph of a man on horseback along with nine other people on a ferry in a narrow river]

Description: Photograph on page 19 of a book brought back from Cuba by J.H. P. Davis. The photograph shows a man on horseback along with nine other people on a ferry in a narrow river. There is a barn and cattle on the opposite bank. Text below the photograph reads: "The Conti River, near Havana, is crossed at this point by a ferry. The ford has been often mined by the Cubans, and hundreds of Spanish soldiers have been blown to atoms."
Date: [1900..1920]
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[A street scene in Havana]

Description: A street scene of people standing on a narrow street in Cuba. There are two horses and buggies approaching the camera. Signs and banners hang from the buildings. Text at bottom of photo reads: " A typical side street in Havana, showing the narrow sidewalks, the pavement, the condition of street traffic, the low houses, the street signs, the omnipresent church, and the general conditions of life in the Cuban metropolis."
Date: [1900..1920]
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Two men carrying game birds]

Description: The photograph shows two men carrying game birds. The men have several birds tied together by their feet and then thrown over the men's shoulders. Man on left also has a bird in his left hand and a cage with enclosed bird in his right hand. There are buildings in the background. Text written below the photograph reads: "Cubans and Spaniards bringing game-cocks into the city. Cock-fights are [page is torn and text is missing] popular in Havana than church or mass. Bets always accompany these [text missing] of Havana 'toughs'".
Date: [1900..1920]
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Two photographs of Cuban belles]

Description: There are two photographs on this page. The photo on the left shows two women wearing dark colored dresses talking to a man in a suit and hat. A metal partition separates the women from the man. The photograph on the right side of the page is of a woman dressed in a white dress with a flower on her left shoulder. The woman has her right hand up near her face where she is holding the end of a lace mantilla. Text below the photographs reads: "Two prominent Cuban belles. Senoritas Isabella and Anita, daughters of prominent families. They sat for these photographs under a promise that their family name should be withheld. Flirting in Havana is done behind window bars, with a duenna at hand. The arrangement of the mantilla is a fine art." Written in pencil around perimeter of photograph: "Cuba. Texas Cuba J. H. P. Davis Cubaya (?)".
Date: [1900..1920]
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[A Cuban dry-goods store]

Description: The photograph shows the interior of a store. Two men are behind the shelf lined counter, while one man is leaning against a showcase on far left. Text below the photograph reads: "The interior of a Cuban dry-goods store, with the proprietor in the foreground, with his clerks in their regular attire. All the clerks in Havana are similarly dressed - or , rather, undressed."
Date: [1900..1920]
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[A large group of men standing around a couple]

Description: The photo shows a large group of men and one woman standing near the entrance of a large brick building. Text below the photo reads: "The most talked of couple in Havana - General Arola and Elsa Tobin. The senorita is the daughter of the Spanish army in Cuba, and was recently married to the general, who is what we would call the mayor of the city, and old enough to be her father."
Date: [1900..1920]
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[A man milking a cow in a street]

Description: The photo shows a man milking a cow in a street. Text below the photo reads: "In Havana, as elsewhere, milk dealers are suspected of watering the milk. This dealer avoids suspicion by milking his cow in the presence of his customer."
Date: [1900..1920]
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Men and boys sitting and standing near the "Gran Hotel"]

Description: The photograph is a street scene with well dressed men sitting and standing near the entrance to a hotel ("Gran Hotel" sign above doorway). Text at the bottom of the photograph reads: "Havana men about town "on dress parade, " in front of the Hotel Inglaterra. Cuban and Spanish swells gather here every morning and evening, to see and to be seen."
Date: [1900..1920]
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Photograph of a large group of men, women, and children gathered around a huge pot of food]

Description: Photograph on page 17 of a book brought back from Cuba by J.H.P. Davis. The photograph shows a large group of men, women, and children gathered around a huge pot of food. Text below the photo reads: "Relief station in Havana On certain days, and at designated hours, portions of codfish and cornmeal are doled out to the starving. These sights were and are common tragedies".
Date: [1900..1920]
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park