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[A group of men on horseback, a few men are standing]

Description: Photograph that was possibly brought back from Cuba by J.H.P. Davis. This photo was found with others that he brought from Cuba. The photograph shows several men on horseback. There are four men standing (two near right center, and two on far right) near the group who are not on horses. One man wearing dark pants, long sleeved shirt, suspenders, and a hat is holding reins to a horse in the foreground. There is a fence and trees in the background. The photograph is mounted on a gray cardboard substrate. Image dimensions are: 20.8 cm x 12.2 cm.
Date: [1900..1920]
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[A cowboy holding the reins of a saddled white horse]

Description: Photograph of a cowboy holding the reins of a saddled white horse. The man is wearing knee high boots with spurs, dark pants, vest, and white shirt. He is holding his hat in his right hand and the reins to his horse in his left hand. The man and horse are standing in front of an unpainted wooden building. There is a vine covered window or door of the building partially obscured from view by the horse. There is a small frameless window on right that a woman wearing scarf and glasses is peering through. Wooden structure on left, tall grass in foreground. The photograph is mounted on a cardboard substrate with scalloped edging. The back of the photograph has penciled writing that is not fully legible: "John Poron (?) to T.M." Remaining writing is not legible.
Date: [1885..1910]
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[A man on horseback wearing light colored pants, dark jacket, white shirt, and a hat]

Description: Photograph of a man on horseback. The man, who is wearing light colored pants, dark jacket, white shirt, and felt cowboy hat, is seated on a dark horse. The man's face and the background are not distinguishable because of extensive fading. The photograph is cropped into a circle with a white rectangular border. There is a thick trim with gold edge around perimeter of the white rectangle. The photo is mounted on a cardboard substrate with backing that has a floral vining pattern. In a rectangle at center of pattern text reads: "[drawing in circle of a man's arms holding a camera] Manufacturers of The Kodak Camera Eastman Kodak Co. 115 Oxford St. London Rochester N.Y."
Date: [1885..1910]
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Man mounting a horse]

Description: Photograph of a man (possibly Albert Peyton George) mounting a horse. He is in the process of swinging his right leg over the saddle. An African-American cowboy is holding the paint horse while the other man attempts to get astride. Two unpainted buildings in background. A man is leaning against the porch post of building on right. Photograph was one of six in an envelope that had been mailed to Albert Peyton George with front noted "Pictures John Mayes (?)". Photograph has black pattern around perimeter of picture. Stamped on back of photograph: This is a Genuine Border Fox Tone Picture Made by Fox Co. San Antonio, Texas Copyright (remaining not legible). Also stamped "14 806".
Date: 1925
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[An older gentlemen on a horse behind the Davis cook's quarters]

Description: Photograph of an older gentlemen mounted on a horse behind the Davis cook's quarters. The building is a white slat one-story with a dark roof and three windows. The house is supported by short, thick slats of wood. A large basin is hanging from the side of the house. The man is seated on a dark horse and he is wearing dark pants, coat and hat. Both the man and the horse are facing left.
Date: unknown
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

["Myrtle Lott" riding a horse]

Description: Photograph of "Myrtle Lott" as identified by handwriting at the bottom of the photo. She is wearing a dark skirt, white blouse and a hat and sitting on a saddled dark horse in a front yard. Behind her is a small tree with a small white house further behind and to the right. Laundry is hanging from a clothes line in the left side of the photo.
Date: unknown
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Hilda Linke and unknown girl on horses]

Description: Photograph (copy) of two girls on horseback. Written on back of photograph in pencil: "Hilda Linke - on the left, on right unknown (Hilda Hill) - before marriage to Leo Linke Taken @ Welcome, TX Circa 1920s Girls would go riding to church on horseback". Horse on left is dark, second horse is white. Both girls are wearing dark jackets and white skirts (girl on far left is wearing a knit cap). There is a wire fence directly behind the horses. Bare tree in center, white wooden house in right background; fence post and branches of tree on far right. There is a well next to the left corner of the house - the frame and wheel for lifting the bucket is visible.
Date: 1920 - 1929
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Outdoor photograph of a cowboy standing on the back of a trick horse]

Description: Outdoor photograph of a cowboy standing on the back of a trick horse. The white horse has the left front hoof on a wooden box and the right front hoof on a round metal platform of a higher level. The cowboy, who is wearing denim pants, white shirt, bolo tie, and a hat, has his left hand on his hip and his right hand by his side. There is a small wooden building in left background; trees in left and right background.
Date: 1950 - 1965
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Postcard image of a man on horseback]

Description: Postcard image of a man on horseback. The man, who is wearing cowboy boots, dark pants, white shirt, and hat, is seated on a dark horse. There is a rope coiled near the saddle horn of the saddle. The man's face is not distinguishable because of the darkness of the print. Text on back of post card reads: "Post Card This Side For The Address Place Postage (CSKO) Stamp Here".
Date: 1885 - 1920
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Man sitting on a horse, wearing a dark suit and a hat]

Description: Postcard sent to A.P. George. Gentleman sitting on a saddled horse, wearing a dark suit, white shirt, dark tie and dark hat. Most likely T. W. "Bud" Davis in front of the Davis family cook's house. The house has visible shutters on windows, an open door on the right side, a rocking chair on center, right of porch and is held up by brick supports. "Crazy, Mineral Wells, Texas" box on front porch by open door. Water pump in front of house, to the left of "Bud". Under photograph handwritten: "Best cow Pony in Texas".
Date: unknown
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Man on horseback with several other men on horseback in the background]

Description: Photograph focusing on one man on horseback. The man is wearing a western suit with light colored felt hat. Several other men on horseback can be seen in an open doorway of a covered arena. Back of photograph in black ink: "Albert George" and in blue ink: "Fred Golding, Pete Frost Jany [sic] 31st 1948". Stamped in blue: "Bob Bailey fine photography Fairfax 3765 1302 Rusk Avenue Houston2, Texas Negative Number 11187-1".
Date: January 31, 1948
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Two men on horseback wearing dark western shirts]

Description: Photograph of two men on horseback. The two men are wearing dark colored western shirt with light colored felt cowboy hats. A young man can be seen standing against the brick wall of arena in background left. Another horse and rider can be partially seen to the left of the two men. Back of photograph in black ink: "Albert George" and in blue ink "Fred Golding, Earl North Jany [sic] 31st 1948".
Date: January 31, 1948
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Group of five men wearing hats and riding horses]

Description: Photograph of a group of five men on horseback. The men are dressed in western clothing with light colored felt cowboy hats. Two men to left of photograph also on horseback are exiting a covered arena. Brick arena wall in background. Photograph was probably taken during the Houston Livestock Show. Back of photograph in black ink: "Albert George" and in blue ink "Fred Golding, Pete Frost, Vernon Frosh (?), Jany [sic] 31st 1948". Stamped in blue: "Bob Bailey fine photography Fairfax 3765 1302 Rusk Avenue Houston 2, Texas 11187-4".
Date: January 31, 1948
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[A Man Riding a Bucking Horse]

Description: Photograph of a man riding a bucking horse. The man has his right hand in the air. An African-American man is on horseback to the right of the bucking horse. Unpainted wooden buildings in background. There is a man on the porch of the building to far left. This photograph was one of six in an envelope that had been mailed to Albert Peyton George with front noted "Pictures John Mayes (?)." Photograph has black pattern around perimeter of picture. Stamped on back of photograph: This is a Genuine Border Fox Tone Picture Made by Fox Co. San Antonio, Texas Copyright (remaining not legible). Black dots at bottom of photo. Blank (black) strip on right. Also stamped "14 806".
Date: 1925
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Cowboy Participating in Bareback Bronco Riding Competition at a Rodeo]

Description: Photograph (copy) of an African-American cowboy participating in bareback bronco riding competition at a rodeo. The cowboy is wearing boots, spurs, white pants, dark colored shirt, and light colored cowboy hat. There is a metal fence in the background. There are spectators sitting/standing on the other side of the partition.
Date: unknown
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park