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[People in an Automobile]

Description: In this photograph, there are five people sitting in an old-style automobile with a covered top which is on an unpaved road. There are two women (one in the front seat, driving, and one in the back) and three men (one in the front seat and two in the back) and all of them appear to be dressed up. In the background, there are wooden fences, trees, and what appears to be a windmill. A handwritten note on the back of the photograph reads, "Front Seat: Everett Collins (Buster), Genevieve (Hennie) Bogel - later Mrs. E. Collins; Back seat: Mrs. W. W. Bogel, ? , A. G. (Graves) Bogel. Looks like an early Model T Ford."
Date: unknown
Partner: Marfa Public Library

[Two Women Posing in an Automobile]

Description: In this photograph, there are several people in an old-style automobile. In the front, at the wheel, there is an older woman in a suit and hat; in the backseat, a younger woman dressed in white is sitting with a small child. In the background, there is a house and several wooden fences. A handwritten note on the back of the photograph says, "Mrs. W. W. Bogel behind the wheel. Mrs. Woodworth Bogel, Jr. in rear seat. In front of Bogel home, 220 West Lincoln, Marfa. Posed. Mrs. W. W. Bogel never drove." The child is most likely W. W. Bogel, III.
Date: unknown
Partner: Marfa Public Library

[Group of People Near a Tree]

Description: In this photograph, there are five people standing beneath a blooming tree. To the left, there is a young man in rolled-up pants and a dark jacket; he is holding the hand of the older woman next to him who is wearing a long, dark dress. In the middle, there is another older woman wearing a light-colored dress and holding what appears to be a bunch of flowers. To the right, there are two older men, wearing suits and hats. The one to the left has a pipe in his mouth and the one to the left is wearing tall boots. They are standing in the dirt in front of a sidewalk. In the background, there is a building with windows and a porch that looks like a house. At the bottom of the photograph, there are handwritten names labeling the woman to the left "Mrs. W. W. Bogel" and the man to the far right as "W. W. Bogel." A handwritten note on the back of the photograph reads, "Today, June 3, 1983, I showed this picture to Mrs. Jim Tyler. She said the young man is NOT Jim Tyler and that the two older people with Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Bogel are NOT the R. E. L. Tylers." and is signed "W. B. Hubbard."
Date: unknown
Partner: Marfa Public Library

[Bogel Family Portrait]

Description: In this photograph, the Bogel family is posing together for a portrait. The parents are sitting in the front row, flanked by two of their children, and the other five children are standing in the back row. The men are all wearing dark suits with neck- or bowties. Mrs. Bogel is wearing a striped dress and a cameo pin; her daughters are wearing light-colored dresses. In the background to the left, there are some shelves and various indistinguishable items. According to related information, the people in the picture are, left to right, 1st row: Edward Lindsey (Speck) Bogel, Sarah Newton Bogel, William Woodworth Bogel, Genevieve (Hennie) Bogel (Mrs. Everett Collins); 2nd row: Augustus Julius (Gus) Bogel, William Woodworth Bogel, Jr., Jessie Bogel Hubbard Kirk, Amos Graves Bogel, and Gallitzen Newton (Gallie) Bogel.
Date: unknown
Partner: Marfa Public Library

Mrs. W. W. Bogel

Description: This photograph is a portrait of Sarah Newton Bogel. She appears to be middle-aged and is wearing a dress with a dark pattern and lace as well as a necklace. There is a typed caption under the photograph that says "Mrs. W. W. Bogel" as well as a handwritten note on the back that says, "Mrs. W. W. Bogel c. 1913." Additionally, there is a handwritten note accompanying the photograph that reads, "Mrs. William Woodworth (Sarah Newton) Bogel a real Marfa and Presidio County pioneer. She came to Marfa with her husband and daughter, Jessie - age 2 - in 1884. Photo made in 1913" signed "W. B. Hubbard."
Date: 1913
Creator: Cones
Partner: Marfa Public Library

[Bloys Campmeeting]

Description: In this photograph, a group of 13 people (including two children) are standing in front of trees. All of the men and most of the women are wearing hats (and/or bonnets). At the bottom of the photograph there are several handwritten labels: "S. N. B., G. N. Bogel, Jessie B. H. [...] H. J. H. Jr., Eda Jenkins Hubbard, and W. W. Bogel" From left to right, there are: a woman in a white dress with dark-colored sleeves (S. N. B.); a man in a white shirt and bow-tie wearing dark glasses; a second woman in a white dress next to a younger woman wearing a darker-colored dress and bonnet and behind them there is a man wearing a white shirt and tie; a woman in a white dress with a dark pin at the collar holding the hand of a very young boy, also in white, and standing next to a slightly older boy in white with a square collar; a man (directly behind the boys) who appears to be wearing a uniform; two women in white dresses; another man in uniform; and an older man (W. W. Bogel) with a moustache who has something tucked into the waist of his slacks. Directly behind the men to the right, there is some sort of covered vehicle (a buggy or automobile). A handwritten note on the back of the photograph says "Bloys Camp Meeting circa 1913/1916."
Date: [c. 1913 - 1916]
Partner: Marfa Public Library

[Women at San Esteban Dam]

Description: In this photograph, there are two women in white dresses and bonnets standing on a small outcropping at a lake. Behind them there is the concrete wall of the dam. The shores of the lake appear to be rocky. A note accompanying the photograph says "Mrs. W. W. Bogel, President 1899-1900, 1910-1911, 1922-1923. Date unknown." Related information identifies the area as San Esteban Dam, which was built in 1912.
Date: unknown
Partner: Marfa Public Library

Dipping Cattle on the Bogel Ranch

Description: This photograph shows a vat for dipping cattle and many people standing around it. The people are all wearing light colored shirts, dark pants, and cowboy hats. According to the related report, the people are Graves, Woodworth, and Sarah Bogel (left to right) with Mexican cowhands. The foreground is focused on the dipping vats which is a canal of concrete with wooden gates and filled half-full with water. In the background, there are some other fences, what appears to be part of a wagon to the far right and mountains in the distance.
Date: unknown
Partner: Marfa Public Library

[Picture of a mother and daughter]

Description: In this photograph, a mother and daughter, both in long white dresses, are standing together in front of a brick wall and flowering plants. The mother has her arm around the daughter's shoulders. In the background, to the right, a partial stairway leading to an open door and the arm of another woman are visible, A handwritten note on the back of the photograph says "Genevieve Bogle - Mrs. W. W. Bogel daughter - mother about 1916."
Date: c. 1916
Partner: Marfa Public Library

[The Bogel Women]

Description: In this photograph, three women are standing together in what appears to be a yard. The women on the ends are both wearing white dresses with lace; the woman in the middle is wearing a checkered dress. The woman to the far right is older and has a dark tie at her throat and is holding a white, lacy parasol. Behind them, there is a tree and some bushes and several buildings are visible in the background. The names "Jessie," "Aunt Hennie," and "Granny" are handwritten from left to right over the women. On the back of the photograph, there is a handwritten note that says "Jessie Bogel Hubbard (Mrs. Harry J.), Genevieve (Hennie) Bogel, Sarah Newton Bogel (Mrs. W. W.), at Bogel residence, 220 W. Lincoln. Old Baptist Church in background. Tall chimney on Howell residence is still there. Circa 1913-1914."
Date: [c. 1913]
Partner: Marfa Public Library

[Sarah Newton Bogel]

Description: In this photograph, a young woman in a long, white dress decorated with ruffles and wearing a matching bonnet and gloves is posing for a portrait. She appears to be standing on a very small flight of stairs (only two or three) next to an intricately carved wooden railing. Her right hand is stretched out to hold a basket of flowers perched on a carved post at the top of the stairs. In the background there is a tree outside a window, and a wall decorated with carvings and climbing ivy. On the back of the photograph, a handwritten note reads, "Mrs. W. W. Bogel (Sarah Newton) about 1876 probably in San Antonio."
Date: c. 1876
Partner: Marfa Public Library

W. W. Bogel and Family

Description: In this photograph, the Bogel family is posing together for a portrait. The parents are sitting in the front row, flanked by two of their children, and the other five children are standing in the back row. The men are all wearing dark suits with neck- or bowties. Mrs. Bogel is wearing a striped dress and a cameo pin; her daughters are wearing light-colored dresses. According to accompanying information, the people in the picture are, left to right, 1st row: Edward Lindsey (Speck) Bogel, Sarah Newton Bogel, William Woodworth Bogel, Genevieve (Hennie) Bogel (Mrs. Everett Collins); 2nd row: Augustus Julius (Gus) Bogel, William Woodworth Bogel, Jr., Jessie Bogel Hubbard Kirk, Amos Graves Bogel, and Gallitzen Newton (Gallie) Bogel.
Date: unknown
Partner: Marfa Public Library