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[Metal derrick platform with an oil pump below it]

Description: Photograph of a metal derrick platform with an oil pump below it. There are two more oil derricks in left background; gravel road extending from right foreground into left background. Written on back in red pencil: "2 col A. P. George 65.3 [encircled] 1411". This photograph is one of a group that was found taped together for a journal or newspaper publication.
Date: unknown
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Wooden oil derrick with oil spurting from the well beneath]

Description: Photograph of a wooden oil derrick with oil spurting from the well beneath. Rows of metal pipe are lined up on the wooden platform near the derrick. One pipe is lying on the ground in foreground. The metal gears and machinery at base of platform is also visible. Reverse writing in purple on back of photograph reads: "Mr. A. P. George Richmond, Texas".
Date: unknown
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Eight men standing in front of Wells Fargo and Company's Depot]

Description: Photograph of eight men standing in front of Wells Fargo and Company's Depot in Rosenberg, Texas. Back of photo reads (in ink and pencil): "Express Office; Taylor Ray, heavy man in center." Man identified as Taylor Ray would be the fourth man from left in group. African-American men on far left and right of group of men. Loaded wagons behind men. Water storage tank on far right of photo. Railroad tracks in foreground. Photo is mounted on cardboard substrate with gray backing. Photo is broken in top, left corner and has other torn areas (small) around edges. Round orange spot in top, center.
Date: unknown
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[Letter from I. H. Kempner to D. W. Kempner and R. Lee Kempner, February 26, 1948]

Description: Letter from I. H. Kempner to D. W. Kempner and R. Lee Kempner discussing the exchange of shares concerning the Woodley lease ex Bashara in Stafford Survey, Sugar Land, with focus on interest and value of the land in connection to Woodley Petroleum Company, Apache Oil & Gas, Mexican Gulf Sulphur. I. H. Kempner wrote that this exchange would be titled the Stafford Survey Oil Venture and it be credited on the books of H. Kempner to the Woodul check.
Date: February 26, 1948
Creator: Kempner, Isaac H. (Isaac Herbert), 1873-1967
Partner: Rosenberg Library