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[Photograph of Mamie Davis George standing with two other]

Description: Photograph of Mamie Davis George (center with large corsage pinned on her left shoulder) standing with three other women beneath the Nancy Jones Oak tree in the George Ranch house yard. The oak tree was planted in 1824 by Nancy Jones. There is a free standing marker with an engraved plaque near the base of the tree trunk commemorating the historic tree. The ladies are members of the Daughters of the American Revolution. A stone walk way extends from the tree trunk to center foreground. Partial view of a table in right corner. Small white wooden pump house (tool shed) in left background. Long white wooden building on other side of wire fence and small oak tree in right background. A "1" is penciled on back of the photo. The back is also watermarked "Kodak Velox Paper". The photograph was taken from Mamie George's photo album page 3, top left.
Date: 1951
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Photograph of the Nancy Jones Oak tree]

Description: Photograph of the Nancy Jones Oak tree. The top branches of the tree are the focal point of the photo, with the tree house partially visible near the bottom of the picture. According to the "1996 George Ranch Historical Park Interpreter Training Manual", the tree was planted in 1824 by Nancy Jones and a tree house was added by the George's for Mary Jones, daughter of Mamie's cousin Henry Jones. The photograph is bordered by a black pattern with "Fox Co." written in bottom right, and top left corners of pattern. Stamped on back in blue: "2 94". Stamped in purple on back: "Guaranteed for Life This Is a Genuine (sic) Border Fox Tone Picture (outline of fox) Made By Fox Company, San Antonio, Texas Trade Mark Protected". There is a brown mark (line) on back.
Date: [1930..1940]
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Photograph of the Nancy Jones oak tree in the George Ranch house yard]

Description: Photograph of the Nancy Jones oak tree in the George Ranch house yard. According to the "1996 George Ranch Historical Park Interpreter Training Manual", the oak tree was planted by Nancy Jones in 1824. Picnic table with two benches in right foreground. Small white pump house with tank to left of tree trunk. Wooden fence in left background, wire fence from center to right background. A smaller oak tree to the right of photo has ferns planted around it. Long white building in extends from left center to right edge of photograph. Written on back of .001 in ink: "AP George Ranch 192". 001 also has an alternate ID 77.84.101 and was listed in the Fort Bend Museum with this number as being "given to the George Foundation 7-16-82".
Date: unknown
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Photograph of eight people standing beneath the Nancy Jones Oak tree]

Description: Photograph of eight people standing beneath the Nancy Jones Oak tree in the George Ranch house yard. According to the "1996 George Ranch Historical Park Interpreter Training Manual" the huge tree to the left of the photograph was planted in 1824 by Nancy Jones. The group of six men and two women are standing in front of one of two wooden picnic tables. The second man from the right is possibly Albert Peyton George. There is a chain with a metal bar attached to it hanging from a limb of the oak tree just to the left of the group of people. A smaller oak tree is to the right side of the photo. Beyond the wire fence in the background is a white wooden building and trees. Written in ink below the photo: "March 2 1940". Also written on back in blue ink: "March 2 1940". Stamped on back in black: "94" and watermark "Velox".
Date: March 2, 1940
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Photograph of Barbara McCampbell and her two children]

Description: Photograph taken outdoors of Barbara McCampbell and her two children (as identified in 2000.042.027h). The little girl is standing in front of a round table with a cake on serving tray on top. The little girl is wearing a short sleeved white dress with a ribbon in her hair. The young woman who is kneeling in the grass behind the little girl, is wearing a dark colored dress with a light coat overcoat. The little boy, standing to the right of the table, is wearing a white short pants outfit. There is a metal lawn chair on the left (directly behind the little girl) with trees in the background. Written on back in blue ink "Aug 1951" and stamped in black "312". The photograph was in the Mamie George photo album on page 9, top.
Date: August 1951
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Photograph of Jeff McLemore and Henry Frost]

Description: Photograph of Jeff McLemore and Henry Frost. McLemore has dark hair and mustache. The full length portrait shows McLemore, who is dressed in a dark pin stripe three piece suit with his hat on his right knee, sitting on a rock ledge. Frost is balding and has a long beard. Frost, who is standing on the right side of the portrait, is wearing a dark knee length coat, dark pants, white shirt, dark colored ascot and his right arm is in a sling. Frost's left arm is behind his back. The photograph is mounted on a tan cardboard substrate with writing in pencil at bottom that reads: "Jeff McLemore, / Henry Frost". Text at bottom also reads: "Chas J. Wright 84 Main St. Houston, Texas". The back of the photograph is pink.
Date: unknown
Creator: Wright, Chas. J.
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Photograph of a child "Carlt Dickerson"]

Description: Photograph of a child identified on back of photo in pencil as: "Carlt Dickerson". The child is wearing a dark double breasted buttoned coat with pockets (buttons at each flap on pocket) at hips. The sleeves are cuffed and a button adorns the top of the cuff. The back of the coat gathers just below the waist and forms pleats. The coat is just below knee length where dark stockings are visible above the tops of black ankle boots. A light colored ribbon forms a tie at center of collar. The child is wearing a cap with tall stiff brim and a long top that hangs down near the arm of the chair. The cap "tail" has two pom-poms. The child is leaning against the arm of the chair and has left ankle crossed over right. The upholstered chair that the toddler is leaning against has fringed trim at the sides, arms, and bottom. There is a floral arrangement in a vase on the floor to the right of the photo. The photograph is mounted on a tan cardboard substrate. The back of the cardboard has a floral vine pattern.
Date: unknown
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Photograph of a blonde toddler]

Description: Photograph of a blond toddler dressed in light colored slacks, double breasted coat, and golf cap. The youngster is standing outdoors with shrubs and a white house in background. Written on back of photograph in blue ink: "R. A Rosberough H G McKiy (?) Co Brownsville Tex". Also written on back in pencil: 1 Box 38 special (?) [check mark ] X".
Date: unknown
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Studio portrait of Walter Ansel]

Description: Studio portrait of Walter Ansel. Ansel is wearing a light colored suit, white shirt, and dark tie. Portrait ends just above the waist. Written on back of photo in black: "Walter "Diz" Ansel" and in pencil: "Ros 33". The photograph was removed from the Mamie George photo album page 18, center.
Date: 1933
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Photograph of Albert Peyton George and a cowboy on horseback]

Description: Photograph of Albert Peyton George and a cowboy on horseback in a pasture on the George Ranch. Mr. George, who is wearing pin striped pants with matching vest, long sleeved white shirt, patterned tie, and light colored felt hat, has his left hand in his left pants pocket and has a cigarette in his right hand. The cowboy is wearing a long sleeved white shirt, light colored pants with chaps. His hands are leaning on the saddle horn and he is holding reins in his right hand. The horse's head and tail are blurred due to motion. There is a herd of cattle in the background. The photograph has areas of yellowed tape on front and back surfaces. The tape adhered to the photo album Mylar page of the Mamie George photo album from which the photo was removed. Since the photograph was securely attached to the page, it was removed with the Mylar attached. Section measuring approximately 1.1 cm x .6 cm is blank near image of horse's tail. The image surface has peeled because of tape. The photograph was removed from page 14 bottom of the Mamie George album.
Date: [1945..1955]
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Photograph of Mary "Polly" Ryon]

Description: Photograph (copy from page of a book) of Mary "Polly" Ryon. In this bust portrait, Ryon is wearing a dark colored dress with shirred bodice, doubled lace collar with ribbon at center, and puffed sleeves. She has her graying hair parted down the center and pulled back into a tight bun. The picture is framed by a thin black line. Photograph was at the bottom of page 1 in the Mamie George photo album.
Date: [1880..1896]
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Photograph of three men standing in a room]

Description: Photograph of three men standing in a room with partial view of a table and chair in bottom right corner and a wooden door on left. Man on right is wearing slacks, striped jacket, lattice print tie, and striped shirt. Man in center is wearing dark colored slacks, plaid jacket, dark striped tie, and white shirt. Man on left is wearing a dark suit, striped tie, and white shirt. Back of photograph in black: "4 13/16 x 2 13/16 Eset (?) S6J" and in pencil: "06509/6 [and circled] 56.8".
Date: [1965..1970]
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Photograph of milo harvesting on the George Ranch]

Description: Photograph of milo harvesting on the George Ranch. The man is driving Mr. George's John Deere tractor. The milo is being augured into a grain truck. A man in the back of the grain truck uses a scoop to level the grain. Uncut field on left of photo. Back of photograph stamped in blue: "Photograph by David J. Morris Houston Post Houston, Texas" .
Date: [1935..1945]
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Photograph of the harvesting of sorghum on the George Ranch]

Description: Photograph of the harvesting of sorghum on the George Ranch. The man driving Mr. George's John Deere tractor is pulling the harvest equipment. A truck next to the equipment is being filled with milo by the auger. A man is standing inside the back of the truck with a scoop used to level the milo as it is augured in. The truck door has "Martinez Brothers" and an image of a monkey (?) painted on the door. Stubble from stalks in foreground. Uncut grain stalks in background. Stamped on back of photo in blue: "Photograph by David J. Morris Houston Post Houston, Texas 1378".
Date: [1935..1945]
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Photograph of five men standing near an airplane]

Description: Photograph of five men (full view of four) standing near an airplane that is being loaded with cattle. The plane has an image of a globe with wings (wings have "PAA" printed in them) and "CLIPPER CARGO" printed below globe image. The cattle "chute" is to the left of photograph and has "PAN AMERICAN WORLD AIRWAYS" printed along the bottom. Back of photograph in pencil identifies the men: "Left to Right 1. V. W. Frost 2. Senator H. Brownlee 3. A. P. George 4. J. W. Sartwelle" also notation reading "If man [with] raincoat cannot be identified by chronicle, call E. Pate (C-6336) Senator Brownlee".
Date: [1945..1955]
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Photograph of three men in a pasture on the George Ranch]

Description: Photograph of three men in a pasture on the George Ranch. The men are facing right side of photograph. The first two mean are wearing short sleeved button up shirts. Third man is wearing a long-sleeved white shirt. He has his right hand in his pocket. Cattle in pasture in the background. Written in back of photo in pencil: "55/8" and stamped in green: "The Cattleman 410 E. Weatherford Fort Worth, Texas File No. [in blue ink] 555-8". This photograph was enclosed in envelope 2000.034.010a.
Date: 1970
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Photograph of Mamie Davis George and a group of five women and one man]

Description: Photograph of Mamie Davis George and a group of five women and one man standing outside the Mamie Davis George Prayer Chapel. The plaque bearing the name of the building can be seen just to the right of the open double doors of the chapel. Mrs. Davis is standing to the left of the plaque. The plaque reads: "MAMIE DAVIS GEORGE CHAPEL 1960". George has gray hair and is wearing dark rimmed glasses. Her dark dress has a corsage pinned on the left shoulder in honor of the dedication of the chapel named after her. She has a dark hat with a large two tone bow in front partially covering her gray hair. On back of photo: in pencil "1-5x7 #8"; and black stamp "Humpola Photo Studio Rosenberg, Texas".
Date: 1960
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Photograph of five men with Mamie Davis George]

Description: Photograph of five men with Mamie Davis George at a dedication ceremony at the George [Foundation] Building. George is wearing a black dress, dark glasses, and a black hat. She is holding paper in her left hand and a purse and handkerchief in her right hand. The plaque is mounted on a brick wall of the George Building. The entrance glass doors to the building are on the left of the photograph. Back of photograph in top right corner: "Mrs. George."
Date: [1955..1960]
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Photograph of Mrs. And Mrs. Albert Peyton George]

Description: Photograph of Mrs. And Mrs. Albert Peyton George. Mr. And Mrs. George are each seated in a wooden rocking chair. Albert is wearing a light colored suit with white shirt and a tie with a circular pattern. He has gray hair and wire-rimmed eyeglasses. His left hand is on the armrest of the chair and his right elbow is on the armrest but his hand is by his thigh. Mamie is wearing a dark square-necked dress with white lace pinned to the left side of the neckline. At the left corner of neckline is a ruffled layer that covers the left side of the bodice. The ruffle is seen again at the waist. Mamie has gray hair pulled back into a bun and she is wearing wire-rimmed glasses. Mamie has her right arm on the armrest of the chair. She is holding a handkerchief in her left hand in her lap. The Georges are seated beneath a historic oak tree that was planted in 1824 by Mrs. George's great-grandparents, Mr. And Mrs. Henry Jones, who were members of Austin's original colony.
Date: [1945..1954]
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Fourteen women and three men in the Mamie Davis George Prayer Chapel]

Description: Photograph of a group of fourteen women and three men in the Mamie Davis George Prayer Chapel taken during the dedication of the chapel. George, who is wearing a dark dress and hat, is seated in the metal folding chair in the center of the photograph. The chapel was adjacent to the Polly Ryon Memorial Hospital and the building was once the Calvary Episcopal Church. [This photograph is similar to 2000.018.008 except two of the women in the front row have removed their eyeglasses and the woman on front row, left is not holding a purse with floral accents in the 009 photo]. On back of photo: blue ink lines marking through pencil erasures and stamped in black "Humpola Photo Studio Rosenberg, Texas" and in pencil "#7".
Date: 1960
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Fourteen women and three men in the Mamie Davis George Prayer Chapel]

Description: Photograph of a group of fourteen women and three men in the Mamie Davis George Prayer Chapel taken during the dedication of the chapel. George, who is wearing a dark dress and hat, is seated in the metal folding chair in the center of the photograph. The chapel was adjacent to the Polly Ryon Memorial Hospital and the building was once the Calvary Episcopal Church. [This photograph is similar to 2000.018.009 except two of the women in the front row have removed their eyeglasses and the woman on front row, left is not holding a purse with floral accents in the 009 photo]. Back of photo: in pencil "[erasures] 1-5x7, 1-5x7, 1-5x7 #6"; and stamped in black "Humpola Photo Studio Rosenberg, Texas."
Date: 1960
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park
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