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[Postcard of Sabine River at Orange, Texas]

Description: Postcard depicting a scene on the Sabine River at Orange, Texas. Many boats full of passengers are sailing along the river at sunset. Correspondence on the back reads, "I was fishing in this river. It sure was great sport. Well how is everyone in Reading. Out here it is warm weather every tree and the grass is green. I am stopping at the New Holland State. Orange, Texas. Sis." It is addressed to Mr. Jacob Sell, 1226 Elm St., Reading, Pa. It is postmarked Orange, Texas on Feb 23, 1921.
Date: unknown
Creator: C.T. American Art
Partner: Heritage House Museum

[Orange High School, Orange, Texas]

Description: Color postcard depicting the old Orange High School. It is a three-story building with steps leading to the doors all around the building. There is a flagpole on top of the roof. Correspondence on the back reads, "May 16/15, This 50 miles from Port Arthur. we came in less than 3 hours with Harvey's car I will tell you all about when I write. A.D. G." It is addressed to Miss Grace E. Cobb, 218 N 3rd St., Olean, NY. It is postmarked Orange, Texas on May 16, 1915.
Date: unknown
Partner: Heritage House Museum

[First Presbyterian Church in Orange, Texas]

Description: Color postcard of the First Presbyterian Church in Orange, Texas. It is also called the Lutcher Memorial Building. This landmark building of Italian marble and Texas granite was one of the first air-conditioned buildings in the United States. A copper dome with stained-glass windows sits atop of the building and an ornate wrought-iron fence surrounds the building. Correspondence on the back of the card reads, "4/12/20 Daddy: A nice little town, its public buildings are wonderful but it is dead. There are as many bricks as Fords. We leave for Galveston in a few days. Love, Stan." It is addressed to Mr. Eisenhard, 1512 Gordon St., Allentown, Penna. It is postmarked Orange, Texas on April 12, 1920.
Date: unknown
Partner: Heritage House Museum

[River Front, Orange, Texas]

Description: Color postcard depicting the river front in Orange, Texas. Businesses line the shore and a boat is heading in towards the town. Correspondence on the back reads, "How are all at your house. We like our new home fine. go fishing and have fine luck - come over and go along. When are you going to your sisters - are you still busy on Fridays. love to all- Hattie C." It is addressed to Mrs. Hall, Jennings, La.
Date: unknown
Creator: C.T. American Art
Partner: Heritage House Museum

[Court House, Orange, Texas]

Description: Color postcard depicting an old Orange County Court House - this one was built in 1899. It has four tall Corinthian columns near the entrance and figures on the top of the roof. Correspondence on the back reads, "Madill, Okla. Dear Daughter how are you all this leaves us all well hope you the same I have been lookin' for you to send me them cabbage plants pleas drop me a card and let me no you are going to send them on return mail. Lula said to put her in a few cabbage plants Jim is at home now John and Andrew and Arthur is at henderson, texas got a big job down ther building briges ben gon 3 weeks pleas let no if you are going to send the plants your Mother J A Ables" It is addressed to Mrs. W. L. Warrock, Rosebud, Texas. It is postmarked Madill, Okla. on Mar 16,.
Date: unknown
Partner: Heritage House Museum

[Anderson School in Orange, Texas]

Description: Color postcard depicting the Anderson School in Orange, Texas. It is a two-story brick building with a dome on top. Three African American children stand in front of the school. Correspondence on the back reads, "I'm sorry you've been missing Sunday School. Hope to see you there this Sunday. Bring Carrol with you. Lovingly yours, Mrs. McDaniel" It is addressed to Mr. Bess Lyons, Orange, Texas. The postmark reads, Orange, Texas on July 8, 1914.
Date: unknown
Partner: Heritage House Museum