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[Danevang Lutheran Church Congregration at Oil Well]

Description: Copy print of the Danevang Lutheran Church congregation at the sight of the first oil well drilling at Clemville, Texas. They surround a pool of water surrounded by a plot of land that is mostly sediment and dirt. Some of the people carry umbrellas, and the majority wear formal attire. Included in the group are also children. On the far right, there appears to be a pipe blowing a black liquid unto the water.
Date: 1930/1950
Partner: Danish Heritage Preservation Society

Rice Water Well

Description: Copy negative of Otto Bram on his farm in Wharton County, Texas. In the photograph, Bram and an unknown man are standing next to a rice irrigation well.
Date: 1953
Partner: Danish Heritage Preservation Society

[Photograph of Oil Well Fire in Port Arthur, Texas, September 13, 1902]

Description: Photograph of an oil well fire, with smoke roiling into the sky as eighteen men look on. A tank to the left of the blaze is itself giving off smoke. Industrial materials litter the foreground, and two intact oil rigs can be seen in the background. On the reverse side, there is a handwritten passage stating "Kieths Ward Fire - Texas Gusher throwing 200 ft and Higgins 10000 barrel Pressure Tank."
Date: September 13, 1902
Partner: Museum of the Gulf Coast

[Well Outside of a House]

Description: Photograph of a stone water well behind a house in Fort Worth. The house in the background has an air conditioning unit on the outside of one of the windows. There is a large tree trunk that is cut off on the left side of the image, and the house is lined with sparse shrubs. There is a handwritten note on the back of the photograph that reads "Ft. Worth".
Date: unknown
Partner: Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary

[Gethsemane Presbyterian Church in Fort Worth]

Description: Photograph of a man looking out of the window of Gethsemane Presbyterian Church in Fort Worth. Next to the church there is a courtyard with a stone water well. There is a house on the left side of the image next to the church courtyard. Two large trees hide most of the house. Underneath the trees there is a parked car. There is a handwritten note on the back of the photo that reads "Ft. Worth".
Date: unknown
Partner: Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary

[View of Spindletop]

Description: Photograph of a view of oil wells at Spindletop. Multiple oil wells can be seen that continue off into the distance. Writing on the back of the photograph, which is a postcard, reads, "Spindletop 1925."
Date: 1925
Partner: Museum of the Gulf Coast

[Photograph of Jabberwocky Antiques]

Description: Negative of Jabberwocky Antiques in Fredericksburg, Texas. The building is two stories and has a porch and balcony. The sign for the store is hanging from the balcony. In the front yard there is a stone well that has a small statue in the middle.
Date: unknown
Partner: Gillespie County Historical Society

[Funeral Program for Rugent Wells, March 20, 1974]

Description: Funeral program for Mr. Rugent Wells, born March 30, 1896 and died on March 15, 1974. The funeral was held March 20, 1974 at Second Baptist Church, officiated by Reverend S. H. James. Funeral arrangements were made through the Lewis Funeral Home, and he was buried in Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery near San Antonio, Texas.
Date: March 20, 1974
Partner: San Antonio Public Library

[Justin Wells Demonstrating Pen and Ink Drawing]

Description: Photograph of Justin Wells, from Amarillo, demonstrating pen and ink drawing at the Texas Folklife Festival. He is first sketching out something in pencil on his drawing board, positioned at a forty-five degree angle. He has a rust-colored beard and is wearing glasses, a straw cowboy hat, and a black gingham button-up shirt. His hands are covered in freckles.
Date: [1977-08-04..1977-08-07]
Partner: UT San Antonio Libraries Special Collections