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Unidentified woman and man standing next to a wall

Description: An unidentifed man and woman beside a wall with a plaque in between them that reads: "Siendo Presidente de la Republica El LIC. MIGUEL ALEMAN Se construyo este kiosco y se transformo y embellecio esta plaza a iniciativa de gobernador constitutional del estado GONZALO N. SANTOS y presidente municipal el cuidadano PROF. ARTURO MEDINA fueron inauguradas obras por _ mismo primer mandatario de la nacion el 25 de Noviembre de 1948. San Luis Potosi
Date: unknown
Partner: Rose Marine Theatre

[Brick Wall at Beaumont Enterprises]

Description: Photograph of a brick wall. The top half of the wall is light colored while the bottom half is darker. In addition, there is a rectangular part of the wall that is even darker. There are wooden contraptions on the bottom and other equipment on the bottom right.
Date: 1961~
Partner: Edison Museum

[Man Entering Door]

Description: Photograph of a man standing in a doorway set in a low stone wall in an unidentified town in Texas. A tree is visible to the right, and there is a field on the other side of the wall.
Date: unknown
Creator: Belden, Dreanna L.
Partner: UNT Libraries

[Old House]

Description: Photograph building project on an old house in West Texas. The photo shows the wall of the house that has two large arches in it, a ladder leaning against the roof and stones stacked on another part of the roof.
Date: 1972~
Creator: Graham, Val
Partner: Marfa Public Library

[Sunset Grove Country Club in Orange, Texas]

Description: Photographic postcard picturing the Sunset Grove Country Club in Orange, Texas. There is a rock wall in the foreground. Correspondence in the back reads, "Wed. Morn. We spent last nite in Beaumont - went to Port Arthur & eating breakfast in Orange, Texas. Leaving for La - now. Has been cloudy most of time. Magnolia trees as big as big elm trees in Rogers - Love, Eliz & Don" It is addressed to Mrs. W. Province, 2607 N. Shortel, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. It is postmarked Orange, Texas on May 22, 1940.
Date: unknown
Partner: Heritage House Museum