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[Two-Story House]

Description: Photograph of a two-story house with an ornate roof, a chimney, a balcony, and a long picket fence. The enclosed yard and the area in front of the fence are filled with multiple trees, shrubs, and other plants.
Date: unknown
Creator: Mugg, Kilo
Partner: Wolf Creek Heritage Museum

[History Report of Camp Verde Ranch by W. H. Bonnell]

Description: Document prepared by W. H. Bonnell about the "History of property known as CAMP VERDE RANCH." This particular document details the history of the area from April 1874 when John A. Bonnell came up until around 1912 when family discussions of various wills were taking place revolving around pieces of land.
Date: unknown
Creator: Bonnell, W. H.
Partner: Butt-Holdsworth Memorial Library

[Two-Story House]

Description: Photograph of a single-story house surrounded by trees and a windmill in a large, empty lot spanned by powerlines. A single woman in a dress is standing near the trees in front of the porch.
Date: unknown
Creator: Mugg, Kilo
Partner: Wolf Creek Heritage Museum

H. J. Berndt Home

Description: Photograph of a homestead in Danevang, Texas, belonging to Helvig Jensen Berndt. The main property is next to a tilled plot of land. It is a tall two-story structure with intersecting, shingled gable roofs and a front porch patio covered by a sloping roof overhang. To the right, there are two outbuildings, one near the house and the other lying just a few feet away. Hand-written text on the back of the photograph reads, "H. J. Berndt Home Built in early 1920's Now new home built in 1973 Elvin Berndt's home [sic]."
Date: 1920/1925
Partner: Danish Heritage Preservation Society

Mads Andersen Home

Description: Photograph of a homestead in Danevang, Texas, belonging to Mads Andersen. Across a narrow body of water in the foreground, various plants and bushes surround the main property off to the left in the back. It is a two-story structure with intersecting gable roofs and a balcony on the second floor bordered by post railings. This same balcony creates an overhang for a first floor entrance. A thick blanket of snow covers the property.
Date: August 1986
Partner: Danish Heritage Preservation Society

[Krag Home]

Description: Photograph of a two-story structure belonging to the Krag family in Danevang, Texas. The photograph was taken some distance away behind a wire fence and a line of bushes, capturing the front view of the house. It has hip roofs on both the first and second floors. The first floor roof projects outwards creating an overhang supported by equally spaced columns. Six double-hung windows are seen on the second floor. A second structure is seen in the distance; presumably, a part of the Krag homestead. A white sticker has been put on the front of the photograph with two lines of typed text that list the names of two Krag family members, Hans Krag and B. D. Krag.
Date: unknown
Partner: Danish Heritage Preservation Society

Peter Jensen House

Description: Photograph of a homestead in Danevang, Texas. Accompanying information states main home originally belonged to Peter Jensen. Ownership later transferred to Dennis Schulz and finally sold in 1985 to "Garcia." A few trees are on the left side of the photo. Behind them, the two-story home has been built with white siding, a shingled single sloping roof, and rectangular windows. To the right, there are a couple of outbuildings and a couple of small trees.
Date: 1986
Partner: Danish Heritage Preservation Society

P. J. A. Petersen Home Place

Description: Photograph of a home in Danevang, Texas, belonging to P. J. Agerskov Petersen. The house is in the distance, past a plot of land covered in snow and a series of small, slender trees. The house itself is a large two-story structure with intersecting gable roofs with dark shingles and sets of windows on the first and second floor.
Date: unknown
Partner: Danish Heritage Preservation Society

S. C. Swendsen Home

Description: Photograph of the S. C. Swendsen homestead property in Danevang, Texas. The photograph was taken far away, capturing the main two-story residence in the center surrounded by a field of crops. There also a few trees on its outer perimeter. The house has intersecting gable roofs and white siding. There is an overhang over the front entrance supported by four slender columns. Double-hung windows can be seen on the first and second floors.
Date: July 1985
Partner: Danish Heritage Preservation Society

Hans J. Rasmussen Home

Description: Copy negative of a two-story house in Danevang, Texas, belonging to Hans J. Rasmussen. The house has a steep, sloping roof and a projection from the second story with a gable roof. Underneath its pediment, there is a small window in the middle. On the left, behind the house, a second structure can be seen, which appears to be a kind of barn.
Date: unknown
Partner: Danish Heritage Preservation Society

Fredricksen Home

Description: Photograph of a two-story structure in Danevang, Texas, belonging to someone only partially identified as "Fredricksen". The photograph was taken some distance away on a grassy plot of land. The house has white siding and gable roofs with brown shingles. Windows and doors have a red trim. There are large trees on each side of the house.
Date: unknown
Partner: Danish Heritage Preservation Society

Sam Brodsgaard Home

Description: Photograph of a large two-story home in Danevang, Texas, belonging to Sam Brodsgaard. The house has intersecting gable roofs, horizontal siding, several double-hung windows on the first and second floors, and a sloping overhang covering the front entrance. Two slender columns are on each corner of the overhang structure. Small bushes and trees are some distance away from the house. The lawn has been cut short. A decorative border surrounds the photograph. On the bottom, hand-written text in marker reads, "the Brodsgaard home." Additionally, in the back, a second line of text reads, "Old farmhouse Danevang, TX."
Date: 1940/1960
Partner: Danish Heritage Preservation Society

[Carl Thyssen Home]

Description: Photograph of a single-story home with yellow siding and several windows belonging to Carl Thyssen. To the right and behinf the main house is a mailbox and a couple of small outbuildings. There are a series of large trees lining the outer perimeter of the home. In the foreground, a large portion of the land appears to have been tilled.
Date: unknown
Partner: Danish Heritage Preservation Society

Jensen Home - Pioneer House

Description: Photograph of a farm belonging to Hans Peter Jensen. The main building is partially obstructed from view by a series of tall, slender trees with leafy branches in the foreground. The house is a two-story structure with intersecting gable roofs and a fence that borders the right part of it. In the background, to the right of the house, there appears to be a second outbuilding. On the bottom part of the image, there is hand-written text that reads, "Jensen Farm", followed by a second line of text that reads, "Pioneer House."
Date: unknown
Partner: Danish Heritage Preservation Society

[The Griffin Homestead in West Texas]

Description: A photograph of the Sallie (Sarah Ruth Falls) and Joe Griffin homestead in West Texas. The homestead appears to be a small rancher with a wooden door. A tractor is situated several feet from the building. Text on the back of the photograph identifies the area as "Palasky", TX.
Date: unknown
Partner: Euless Public Library

Hans Jergen Rasmussen Home

Description: Photograph of the front view of a two-story home in Danevang, Texas, belonging to Hans Jergen Rasmussen. Photograph was taken a short distance away from the front entrance. A gable roof projects downwards creating a sloping overhang over the front patio. Two windows are on each side of the front door, which is flanked by small oval windows. The second floor has an intersecting gable roof that runs perpendicular to the main roof, and three windows are seen underneath the pediment created by the pitched roof. Accompanying information on the back of the photograph states that the home was started in 1919 and completed after about 14 years by Hans Jergen, his sons, and a man named Dobbins.
Date: 1919/1950
Partner: Danish Heritage Preservation Society

August Schaer Home

Description: Photograph of a two-story home in Danevang, Texas, belonging to August Schaer. Photograph was taken from a distance, capturing the homestead, which includes the land, a disheveled fence on the left, and two outbuildings to the left and right of the main home. An intersecting gable roof covers the second-story of the house. A hip roof covers the adjacent right side, which projects outwards to the patio creating an overhang supported by slender columns. A purple stamp has been placed on the back of the photograph of a leaping fox logo with accompanying text that reads, "This is a genuine Fox Tone Picture Made by Fox CO. San Antonio, Texas." Rough black patches of paper remain on the back from wherever the picture was torn out of.
Date: 1914
Partner: Danish Heritage Preservation Society

H. J. Berndt Home

Description: Photograph of a two-story wooden structure and accompanying outbuildings in Danevang, Texas, belonging to Helvig Jensen Berndt. The main home has a shingled intersecting gable roof and an overhang supported by four columns. There also appears to be a second overhang in the back patio along with several strewn objects on the grass. Accompanying information states that across a time-span of 30 days, Helvig moved the home two and a half miles into a dug hole by wrapping a rope around a post and dragging the home with the aid of a mule. In the early 1970's, it was torn down and Grandson Elvin Berndt built his own home in 1973 on the original spot.
Date: January 1970
Partner: Danish Heritage Preservation Society

Theodore Andersen Home

Description: Photograph of the homestead of Theodore Andersen in Danevang, Texas. Taken from the street, the photograph captures a tilled plot of land in the foreground and the main building in the distance. It has white siding, intersecting gable roofs, and several windows. A second structure is seen on the left. It has a gambrel roof and white walls. Two trucks are seen on the far left.
Date: 1920/1950
Partner: Danish Heritage Preservation Society

[Chris Madsen Home]

Description: Photograph of the Madsen family at their property in Danevang, Texas. The man on the right, identified as Chris Madsen, appears to be seated on a plow, which is being pulled by three horses. There are two children on the right, and an adult woman next to them, presumably their mother and wife of Chris Madsen. Behind them, there is a hammock hung on two trees, and beyond that, a two-story home. It has light-colored siding, intersecting gable roofs, several windows, and one bay window on the right part of the house.
Date: 1904
Partner: Danish Heritage Preservation Society

[Young Man on Bicycle with Dog]

Description: Photograph of a young unidentified man seated on a bicycle in a dirt road. He holds a small dog in both hands and is wearing a hat and high riding boots. In the back, there are a series of trees along the outside of a wooden fence. On the rightmost part of the image, there is a two-story structure with a gable roof and one visible window, which appears to be open.
Date: unknown
Partner: Danish Heritage Preservation Society