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[Port Arthur City Hall]

Description: Photograph of a building identified as Port Arthur City Hall on 444 Fourth Street. The building is several stories high, and there are windows along the corners and top of it. There are several trees and a parking lot with cars in the foreground.
Date: 1986
Partner: Port Arthur Public Library

[Port Arthur City Hall]

Description: Photograph of the exterior of a building identified as Port Arthur City Hall at 444 Fourth Street. The building is several stories high. There is an awning extending over a driveway on one side with a car underneath it. In the foreground, there is a yard with trees, shrubs, and park lights. In the bottom right corner of the photograph, "Watkins Studio" is embossed.
Date: July 15, 1978
Creator: Watkins Studio
Partner: Port Arthur Public Library

[Port Arthur City Hall at Night]

Description: Photograph of a night view of a building identified as Port Arthur City Hall on 444 Fourth Street. The building is several stories high, and there is an awning extending over a driveway on one side; the awning says "City Hall." A man is standing by the curb of the driveway.
Date: 1972
Partner: Port Arthur Public Library

[Port Arthur City Hall at Night]

Description: Photograph of a night view of a building identified as Port Arthur City Hall on 444 Fourth Street. The building is several stories high, and there is an awning extending over a driveway on one side; the awning says "City Hall." A man is standing by the curb of the driveway.
Date: 1972
Partner: Port Arthur Public Library

[First City Jail]

Description: Photograph of an exterior view of a wooden building identified as the first city jail of Port Arthur, Texas. There are two narrow windows with bars over them, and several shingles are missing from the roof. Text at the bottom of the photograph says "First Port Arthur Jail 11-28-30." Text below the photograph says "First City Jail - originally located on corner of Fourth Street and Waco Avenue (where Port Arthur News is now. About 1913 it was moved to back of #2 First Station at Thomas Boulevard and Houston Avenue."
Date: November 28, 1930
Partner: Port Arthur Public Library

[Concrete Water Tower]

Description: Photograph of an aerial view of a concrete water tower on Fourth Street and Dallas Avenue. A parking lot is in front of the tower, and buildings surround it from other directions. Text at the top-left of the photograph says "City of Port Arthur Concrete water tower, built 1938. At 4th and Dallas. 300,000 Gallon[,] Photo: 11/74."
Date: November 13, 1974
Partner: Port Arthur Public Library

[Elks Theatre]

Description: Photograph of an exterior view of the Elks Theatre building at 400 Fourth Street, near Austin Avenue. Several movie posters are set up under an awning in the front. It is owned and operated by the Elks Club.
Date: 1920
Partner: Port Arthur Public Library

[Proposed Plaza Theatre]

Description: Photograph of an artist's rending of the proposed Plaza Theatre, which became Elks Theatre. At the top of the front and side of the building, there are busts of elk's heads. A balcony on the front has text on it that says "19 Plaza Theatre 10." Text at the top-left of the photograph says "Plaza Theatre, Cor. Austin Ave. and 4th St. Port Arthur, Texas."
Date: 1910
Partner: Port Arthur Public Library

[American Brewing Association Wagon]

Description: Photograph of two men sitting on an American Brewing Association wagon. The wagon is filled with barrels and is pulled by horses; text on the side of the wagon says "American Brewing Ass'n." The men are delivering the barrels to Guy Moore's livery stables on Dallas Avenue and Fourth Street. In the background, there are wooden buildings and a man standing in a yard.
Date: 1908
Partner: Port Arthur Public Library

[Sabine Storage Company]

Description: Photograph of an exterior view of a brick building identified as Sabine Storage Company on the corner of Fourth Street and Austin Avenue. A sign on the side of the building says "Storage" and "Taxi." Cars and a truck are parked along the curb. In the foreground, old trolley railway tracks are visible on Austin Avenue; the trolley once led to Pleasure Pier.
Date: 1939
Creator: Everett, James
Partner: Port Arthur Public Library