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[Oil Flowing from Humble Well]

Description: Photographic postcard picturing oil flowing out of a well. Written on the card, "Giant Humble well yields 428,000 bbls [barrels] oil in 42 days. Humble Well, Orange, Texas 3=788=731212" The oil flows from a pipe into a trough.
Date: 1920
Partner: Heritage House Museum

[Men in Sports Attire]

Description: Photographic postcard depicting two unknown men in sports attire.
Date: unknown
Partner: Heritage House Museum

[Street Scene - Looking North - Orange, Texas]

Description: Photographic postcard picturing a street scene in Orange, Texas, looking north. Automobiles line the street and businesses of all sorts are on both sides of the street. The Orange Chamber of Commerce and the Holland Hotel are both in the foreground.
Date: 1945~
Partner: Heritage House Museum

[View in Fifth Street, Orange, Texas]

Description: Photographic postcard of Fifth Street in Orange, Texas. Horse-drawn carriages are parked on the both sides of the street. A barber shop is on the far left with a city market next-door to it. Awnings cover the sidewalk in front of the businesses. Correspondence on the back of the card reads, "will send this today will rite a letter Sunday got your letter the other day and all so the papers am [ ] I am feeling fine and awfully lazy don't now what I [ ] maybe next I can find something to do all the time. Carrie." It is addressed to Mrs. Daniel Bly in Carterville, Mo. It is postmarked Orange, Tex on Feb 4, 1910.
Date: 1910~
Partner: Heritage House Museum

Freighter on Sabine River, Orange, Texas

Description: Photographic postcard picturing a freighter ship on the Sabine River in Orange, Texas. Along the river bank are docks and a large tree with Spanish moss hanging from its branches.
Date: unknown
Creator: Grogan Photo Studio
Partner: Heritage House Museum

[Entrance ot DuPont Sabine River Works - Orange, Texas

Description: Photographic postcard picturing the entrance to the DuPont Sabine River Works, a power and chemical plant in Orange, Texas. Outside the entrance is a tall flag pole and a landscaped parking area full of automobiles.
Date: 1950~
Partner: Heritage House Museum

Bridge Between Port Arthur and Orange, Texas

Description: Photographic postcard of the cantilever bridge crossing the Neches River in Southeast Texas. It connects Port Arthur with Bridge City in Orange County. It is the highest bridge in Texas and is now known as the Rainbow Bridge. The card was mailed Dec 10, 1950 from Orange, Texas.
Date: 1950~
Partner: Heritage House Museum

[Garden Terrace of the Jack Tar Orange House Hotel]

Description: Photographic postcard of the "Garden Terrace at the Jack Tar Orange House [Hotel] in Orange, Texas" Their slogan on the back of the card reads, "Prepare to be Pampered" The photo shows the swimming pool area.
Date: unknown
Partner: Heritage House Museum

[Where Business is Done]

Description: Color postcard picturing a street scene in Orange, Texas "Where business is done" A hardware company is on the left and horse-drawn carriages are on both sides of the street. Correspondence on the back reads, "Hello Murray, How are you? if you see Frank will you try to find out Mrs. Pittman's address and let me know. answer this to 411 Fourth St. Mary." It is addressed to Mrs. J.B. Murray, 1492 Forsythe St., Beaumont, Tex. It is postmarked Orange, Texas on Aug 20, 1908.
Date: 1908~
Partner: Heritage House Museum

[Where Business is Done]

Description: Color postcard picturing a the entrance to the U.S. naval Station in Orange, Texas. Guards stand at the entrance.
Date: unknown
Partner: Heritage House Museum

[Pinehurst Stables]

Description: Color postcard depicting the Pinehurst Stables in Orange, Texas. They are owned by E.W. Brown, Jr. The large stables are surrounded by tall trees with Spanish moss hanging from their branches.
Date: unknown
Partner: Heritage House Museum

[Texas Group - Atlantic Reserve Fleet]

Description: Photographic postcard picturing the Texas group of the Atlantic Fleet at the U.S. Naval Station in Orange, Texas.
Date: unknown
Partner: Heritage House Museum

[Postcard of Sabine River at Orange, Texas]

Description: Postcard depicting a scene on the Sabine River at Orange, Texas. Many boats full of passengers are sailing along the river at sunset. Correspondence on the back reads, "I was fishing in this river. It sure was great sport. Well how is everyone in Reading. Out here it is warm weather every tree and the grass is green. I am stopping at the New Holland State. Orange, Texas. Sis." It is addressed to Mr. Jacob Sell, 1226 Elm St., Reading, Pa. It is postmarked Orange, Texas on Feb 23, 1921.
Date: unknown
Creator: C. T. American Art
Partner: Heritage House Museum

[River Front, Orange, Texas]

Description: Color postcard depicting the river front in Orange, Texas. Businesses line the shore and a boat is heading in towards the town. Correspondence on the back reads, "How are all at your house. We like our new home fine. go fishing and have fine luck - come over and go along. When are you going to your sisters - are you still busy on Fridays. love to all- Hattie C." It is addressed to Mrs. Hall, Jennings, La.
Date: unknown
Creator: C. T. American Art
Partner: Heritage House Museum

Coming to Town, Orange, Texas

Description: Color postcard picturing a country road leading into Orange, Texas with a man on a horse traveling on it. There is a small house on the left side of the road and a fenced, wooded area on the right.
Date: unknown
Partner: Heritage House Museum

Orange County Court House

Description: Color postcard depicting the Orange County Court House in Orange, Texas. Automobiles are in the street outside the building and pedestrians are on the sidewalks.
Date: unknown
Partner: Heritage House Museum

[A Favorite Drive, Orange, Texas]

Description: Hand-colored postcard depicting a scenic lane passing through the woods in Orange, Texas. A small bridge is in the foreground and the sun is setting in the sky. A house is on the left side of the road nestled in the trees.
Date: unknown
Partner: Heritage House Museum

[St. Mary's Catholic Church, Orange, Texas]

Description: Postcard depicting St. Mary's Catholic Church in Orange, Texas. This building has a decorative steeple above a bell tower. It is located at 912 Cherry St.
Date: unknown
Partner: Heritage House Museum

[First Methodist Church in Orange, Texas]

Description: Photographic postcard picturing the First Methodist Church in Orange, Texas. It is a large Gothic structure of brick that was completed in 1921. It is located at 502 Sixth Street.
Date: unknown
Partner: Heritage House Museum

[First Presbyterian Church in Orange, Texas]

Description: Color postcard of the First Presbyterian Church in Orange, Texas. It is also called the Lutcher Memorial Building. This landmark building of Italian marble and Texas granite was one of the first air-conditioned buildings in the United States. A copper dome with stained-glass windows sits atop of the building and an ornate wrought-iron fence surrounds the building. Correspondence on the back of the card reads, "4/12/20 Daddy: A nice little town, its public buildings are wonderful but it is dead. There are as many bricks as Fords. We leave for Galveston in a few days. Love, Stan." It is addressed to Mr. Eisenhard, 1512 Gordon St., Allentown, Penna. It is postmarked Orange, Texas on April 12, 1920.
Date: unknown
Partner: Heritage House Museum

[A Residence in Orange, Texas]

Description: Color postcard depicting the Link residence, a large historic home in Orange, Texas. The three-story house has large wrap-around porches and balconies. Large trees surround the residence along a city street.
Date: unknown
Partner: Heritage House Museum

[Orange High School, Orange, Texas]

Description: Color postcard of Orange High School in Orange, Texas. It is a three-story brick building with a flag hanging above the front door. Palm trees are planted on the grounds in front of the building.
Date: unknown
Partner: Heritage House Museum

[St. Paul's Episcopal Church - Orange, Texas]

Description: Photographic postcard of St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Orange, Texas. The building is constructed of stone and it has a large bell tower over its entryway. The address is 1401 W Park Ave. Correspondence on the back of the card reads, "Dear Betty , Les & [ ], We arrived safely Friday afternoon to find beautiful weather, all the roses in bloom, the dogwood just heavenly. I'll write a long letter soon. Love to all, Nat" It is addressed to Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Herbert, 65 Century Rd., So. Weymouth, 90, Massachusetts. It is postmarked Orange, Texas on Mar 25, 1957.
Date: unknown
Partner: Heritage House Museum