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[Arm Wrestling with Accompanying Poem]

Description: Photograph of three men sitting at a small, square table with beers and glasses. Two of the men are arm-wrestling while the third watches. This image is mounted above a poem by Joe Clark, titled "Fishing." Photo by: Joe Clark, HBSS. Signed by: Joe Clark, HBSS
Date: 19uu
Creator: Clark, Joe
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

Coleman in 1882

Description: Photograph of the main street in Coleman, Texas, in 1882. A row of businesses can be seen behind several people and their animal-drawn wagons.
Date: 1882
Creator: Moore's Studio
Partner: Coleman Public Library

[Photograph of Petersburg Courthouse]

Description: Photograph of The Old Tavern Stand, Townsend Inn, Nelson Academy, and Petersburg Courthouse (one building) in Lavaca County, Texas. Petersburg, Texas, the first seat of Lavaca County when the county was organized in August 1846, was located six miles southeast of Hallettsville. Hallettsville was made the county seat in an 1852 election.
Date: [1846..1880]
Partner: Friench Simpson Memorial Library

[Photograph of Clarence Whitefield Dressed as Cowboy]

Description: Photograph of Clarence Whitefield standing in front of a saloon set with mounted animal heads above the bottles of liquor. He is wearing over-sized white chaps, a cowboy hat, and holding pistols in both hands. A handwritten note on the back of the photo says "Sgt. Clarence Whitefield of Durham N.C. Div HQ, 12th Armored Division, Camp Barkeley, TX."
Date: 1944
Partner: The 12th Armored Division Memorial Museum

[Photograph of Clarence Whitefield in Abilene, Texas]

Description: Photograph of Clarence Whiteflied standing in front of a western saloon set with mounted heads of a longhorn and two deer above the liquor bottles. He holds pistols in both hands and wears a cowboy hat and chaps over his Army uniform. A handwritten note on the back of the photo says "T-4 Clarence Whitefield, 12th Armd Div (Div HQ, AG Sec) in Abilene, TX."
Date: 1944
Partner: The 12th Armored Division Memorial Museum

[First Confederate Museum]

Description: Photograph of a one story brick building with pitch roof behind false facade. The front facade had side columns with curved peak broken on each side with right-angle projections. Two arched openings are in the front, arched windows on the sides. The building was originally park of the row of saloons along the railroad tracks, now Calhoun street between 6th and 7th. It has been used for a number of years as a museum but on a very erratic schedule. It is the oldest remaining building in Richmond.
Date: unknown
Creator: Wingate, George
Partner: Fort Bend County Libraries

[First Confederate Museum 2]

Description: Photograph of a one story brick building with pitch roof behind false facade. The front facade had side columns with curved peak broken on each side with right-angle projections. Two arched openings are in the front, arched windows on the sides. The building was originally park of the row of saloons along the railroad tracks, now Calhoun street between 6th and 7th. It has been used for a number of years as a museum but on a very erratic schedule. It is the oldest remaining building in Richmond.
Date: unknown
Creator: Wingate, George
Partner: Fort Bend County Libraries

[Back of First Confederate Museum]

Description: Photograph of a one story brick building with pitch roof behind false facade. The front facade had side columns with curved peak broken on each side with right-angle projections. Two arched openings are in the front, arched windows on the sides. The building was originally park of the row of saloons along the railroad tracks, now Calhoun street between 6th and 7th. It has been used for a number of years as a museum but on a very erratic schedule. It is the oldest remaining building in Richmond.
Date: unknown
Creator: Wingate, George
Partner: Fort Bend County Libraries

[Photograph of Soldier Outside Beer Hall]

Description: Photograph of a soldier standing outside a building with a sign that says "Gasthaus zu den zwei Schlüsseln." A handwritten note on the back of the photo says "This is a small beer hall in the same town where I was on Christmas Day 1944. Sgt. Messe is standing at the right. Note the loaded bikes parked out front. France's roads are continually crowded with such travelers - either getting away from the lines or returning to their homes. France, Jan. 1945."
Date: January 1945
Partner: The 12th Armored Division Memorial Museum

[L.A. Vogelsang Saloon]

Description: Photograph (copy) of the interior of the L.A. Vogelsang Saloon. Mr. Vogelsang is the man behind the counter wearing the white shirt, black tie, and white apron. A woman in a dark dress is also behind the counter. A man is leaning against the bar with his left foot on pipe footrest. He has a drink in his right hand and a cigarette in his left hand. Two other men in dark jackets are standing to center left of photo. Glass case can partially be seen in far left corner. Scanned image and dimensions are of the copy. Same photo as 1979.033.001 except this is an original photo.
Date: unknown
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[McNeil Depot Saloon]

Description: Photograph of McNeil Depot Saloon. This is most likely the building that now houses Donn's Depot in Austin, Texas. The building was transported from McNeil, Texas to its current location thirty years ago.
Date: unknown
Creator: Dougherty
Partner: Austin History Center, Austin Public Library

[A man (probably J. T. Brewer) sitting on a wooden barrell]

Description: Photograph (copy) of a man (probably J. T. Brewer) sitting on a wooden barrel (planter). He is holding a bottle of Dr. Pepper and he is looking at it. A woman in light colored print dress on far left. Child in mid-step to the right of the woman. They are each holding a bottle of Dr. Pepper. Sign in window to left reads: DRINK DR. PEPPER GOOD FOR LIFE! Scanned image is of the copy.
Date: 1920~
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[Drawing of Cowboy Shooting a Man's Feet]

Description: Postcard of a drawing of a cowboy standing in front of the doors of a saloon and shooting at the feet of a man wearing stereotypically tourist clothes. The text above the drawing reads "Howdy From Dallas, Texas", and the text below it reads "I'm Learning a New Dance Called 'The Texas Twist'!!"
Date: unknown
Partner: Dallas Heritage Village

Venetian Grill

Description: Cropped copy-photograph of the exterior of the Venetian Grill in Portland, TX. The grill is a long building with many windows lining the front. A door is also shown. All the windows are covered in boards in preparation for a coming storm. A sign on top of the building reads, "Eat."
Date: unknown
Partner: Bell/Whittington Public Library

J. H. Appelt Building

Description: Photograph of the J. H. Appelt Building in 1889. There are people standing around the building and a man in a cart pulled by two mules. This is a brick two-story building with lots of windows. According to accompanying information, this saloon was located at Third and LaGrange Streets in Hallettsville and was built in 1888-89, and there was a fire in 1890 which resulted in the left side of the building being torn down and rebuilt.
Date: 1889
Partner: Friench Simpson Memorial Library