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[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 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

[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

[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

[The construction of a building in Cuba]

Description: The photograph shows the construction of a building. There are several men on top of and around the construction site. Text below the photo reads: " This building was hastily run up to afford shelter to the homeless reconcentrados after the attention of the civilized world was drawn to their condition; one of the few things ever done by the Spanish in haste."
Date: [1900..1920]
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Albert Peyton George, Gene Autry, and two unidentified men]

Description: Albert Peyton George (second from left), Gene Autry (third from left) and two unidentified men (one possibly A. Lee?) in a publicity pose. Gene Autry is "reading" a cattle brochure. The front of the photograph is autographed by Autry and reads: "To one I am proud to call friend Albert Lee". The men are seated on a striped upholstered sofa. Table lamps to left and right of the sofa. Two framed art pieces on wall above the sofa. Back of photograph is stamped in black: H. M. TENNY & Associates photography publicity 3615 MacGregor Houston" and in pencil "#1228b".
Date: [1945..1950]
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[White buildings surounded by a fence in Cuba]

Description: Photograph was brought back from Cuba by J.H.P. Davis. The photograph is of several rows of small white buildings with canopy entrances. The houses are enclosed by an iron railed fence. The houses appear to encompass an entire block. This photograph was taken at a dirt street corner. Trees outline the block. The photograph is mounted on a gray cardboard substrate. Written on back of photo in pencil: "Judge J. H. P. Davis brought this back from Cuba".
Date: [1900..1925]
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Two men standing on the railed balcony at the top of a brick building]

Description: Photograph may have been brought back from Cuba - it was found with other photos he brought back from Cuba. Photograph of two men standing on the railed balcony at the top of a brick building. The two men are dressed in dark suits, white shirts, and dark hats. The building is made of brick and has rows of small windows near the roof line. At the top, center of the tin roof is another small addition to the building that the balcony extends from. Tall grass and trees in distance. The photograph is mounted on a tan cardboard substrate. The cardboard has scalloped gold edging.
Date: [1900..1925]
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[A city street scene near the corner of a two story stucco building]

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 is a city street scene taken near the corner of a two story stucco building. There are huge fabric "drapes" hanging over tall arched doorways. The second story of the building has intricate iron railing around the balcony. Sign above one arched doorway of this building reads: "LA CHARANGA". There are several horses and buggies in the street and people walking on the sidewalks. The photograph is mounted on tan cardboard substrate. Image dimensions are: 23.5 cm x 18.5 cm.
Date: [1900..1925]
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Josephine Thomas]

Description: Color outdoor photograph (copy) of an older African-American woman. She is identified as Josephine Thomas, the George's maid. Thomas is wearing a light colored dress with rounded collar and buttons down the front. She has a red sweater over her dress and is wearing a matching scarf on her head. Thomas is wearing eyeglasses. There are shrubs in the background with partial view of a white wooden building on the right. Written on back of photo in blue ink: "Josephine Thomas". The original photograph was in poor condition (peeled and torn).
Date: [1993..1995]
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[A large congregation gathered in a church]

Description: Photograph of a large congregation of African-Americans gathered in a wooden church building. The photograph, taken from the pulpit, shows three rows of pews with extra chairs added in the aisles. There is a loft near top of photograph with band members and instruments; banner to the left of the loft partition reads: "Class Offerings". A section of women to the bottom left may be part of a choir since they are dressed similarly in light colored dresses and dark jackets. Windows on the left wall have arched insets at top. Photograph was enclosed in envelope 2000.057.063a.
Date: [1950..1960]
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Photograph of Mamie Davis George and an unidentified woman sitting on a floral sofa]

Description: Photograph of Mamie Davis George and an unidentified woman sitting on a floral sofa. The two women are facing each other and smiling. George is wearing a dark, long-sleeved dress with a leaf designed brooch pinned on her left shoulder. The woman sitting next to Mrs. George is wearing a plaid print dress with two dark buttons just below the v- neckline and a belt at her waist of matching color. She has graying hair. There is a vase and floral arrangement on the table behind the woman. Back of photograph has black stamp: "ROBINSON-".
Date: 1945 - 1965
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Photograph of seven men and one boy]

Description: Photograph of seven men and one boy with a newspaper clipping beside the image. A young boy sits atop a wooden railing in front of a two story building with the seven men standing under the porch of the long, two story building. The man on the left is leaning with his right hand on a post of the porch, then two men standing to his left. Next, a man is leaning with his left side on a post, with another man to his left leaning with his right side against the same post. One man is standing with another man leaning with his left elbow against the furthest post. The newspaper clipping beside the image speaks about the first grand jury in Fort Bend county and the fact that "a great-grandson of one of the jurors is now serving on the grand jury at this term of court in the person of S. B. Beard.". It does not identify the men in the picture.
Date: unknown
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Photograph of eleven individuals on mule]

Description: Photograph of eleven individuals on mules. A typed note underneath identifies the photo as follows: "Mineral Wells, Texas Left to right on mules - Albert George, Mrs. F. I. Booth, Mary Dee (Booth) Myers, Mrs. Archie Jones (Mrs. Syd W. Davis, Sr.'s grandmother), "Girlie" Slaven, F. I. Booth, Mamie George, Mrs. Ira Camp, Julius Hampil, Mrs. Slaven, Mr. Camp" Behind them is a large rock wall, with rocks in foreground of picture. Bottom left of picture, written in white "16 15". Appear to be numbering rocks in foreground.
Date: unknown
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

[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

[Photograph of Fay Templeton]

Description: Photograph of Fay Templeton. In this studio portrait, she is sitting on a rock covered with foliage with her legs hanging down and crossed right over left. She is wearing white shoes, white stockings and a light colored dress with hanging loops at the hem. It appears she has wings attached to the back of the dress. Her dark curly hair is pulled back from her face on either side. Her left arm is folding across her body. Her right elbow is resting on her left hand while her right hand is touching her chin. There is a darker rock on the right. Written within the photograph in white: "FAY TEMPLETON". Edges of image are scalloped and image attached to a cardboard substrate.
Date: unknown
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Photograph of J.H.P. Davis]

Description: Photograph of J.H.P. Davis. Davis is wearing a tweed jacket (top button is buttoned), white shirt, and bow tie. Davis has short dark hair (slightly gray at temples) parted on his left side, and thin dark mustache. Written on back of photograph in pencil: "JHP Davis". The bust portrait was taken by "Rose" of "Galveston" as written at the bottom of the bevel edged cardboard substrate. Pose is similar to 2000.007.002.
Date: 1879
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Photograph of J.H.P. Davis]

Description: Photograph of J.H.P. Davis. In the bust portrait, Davis is wearing a tweed jacket with the top button buttoned, white shirt, and dark tie. His short dark hair (graying at temples) is parted on his left side and he has a thin, dark mustache. The photograph is mounted on a cardboard substrate. Same pose as 2000.007.001.
Date: 1879
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Photograph of J.H.P. Davis, who has graying mustache]

Description: Photograph of J.H.P. Davis. Davis, who has gray hair and graying mustache, is wearing a three piece suit (jacket has plaid pinstripe), white round collared shirt, and dark tie (with white polka dots). Watch chain visible across vest (second button hole). The photograph is mounted on an off-white textured matte. Texture varies near portrait as a border. Image dimensions are: 9.8 cm x 14.1 cm. Written at bottom of portrait in pencil: "same" and near bottom of matte: "Ex con" (?). Label on the back of the portrait is type written in black and is filled in on dotted lines in ink: The Lewis Publishing Co (?) [torn] 358 Dearborn St., Chicago, Name of Edition SE Texas Portrait Order No. 44 By whom taken JE Whitcher Portrait of JHP Jones By whom given [ditto] Book order No. [blank] Size 4 1/2 x 6 1/2 Style steel process square (?) buelgrown (?) Autograph [blank] Number of Extras given [blank] Remarks Extras delivered. Another label [lined notebook paper] written in ink reads: Return to JHP Davis Richmond, Texas. Also in pencil: 32 10 32.00 23 12 10 150. Two 5 x 7 B & W (oval) copies of this pose are accessioned at the same number.
Date: 1890 - 1910
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Photograph of J.H.P. Davis]

Description: Photograph of J.H.P. Davis. Davis, who has gray hair and graying mustache, is wearing a three piece suit (jacket has plaid pinstripe), white collared shirt, and dark tie (with white polka dots). Watch chain visible across vest (second button hole). Appears to be a copy of 2000.007.006 Underneath picture is typed: "J. H. P. DAVIS"
Date: unknown
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park