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[Reinforcing Steel Panels]

Description: Photograph of reinforced steel panels from the first floor of the Brownsville U.S. court house and post office. In the foreground the large panel is visible, consisting of several rows of rectangular objects, separated with metal bars, and covered with a metal grid. In the background two large barrels can be seen on the right along with other building materials.
Date: April 4, 1932
Creator: A. Rogers Studio
Partner: Brownsville Historical Association

[Brownsville Courthouse and Post Office from Elizabeth St.]

Description: Photograph of construction of the Brownsville U.S. courthouse and post office, which consists of three completed stories and support beams for the additional story and roof, with several construction workers on the upper levels. There is scaffolding next to the building on the right and a temporary structure running parallel to the street below on the left. In the background another street and various other buildings can be seen.
Date: July 4, 1932
Creator: A. Rogers Studio
Partner: Brownsville Historical Association

[Brownsville Courthouse and Post Office From Tenth Street]

Description: Photograph of the Brownsville Federal Building and post office, a four-story brick building, taken from across the street. In the foreground several automobiles are parked on both sides of the street and part of a store front can be seen on the left. One of the cars in front has a label on the spare tire covering that reads "Clark Electric Shop" and telephone lines and palm trees are also visible in front of the building.
Date: November 1, 1932
Creator: A. Rogers Studio
Partner: Brownsville Historical Association

[Brownsville U.S. Courthouse and Post Office]

Description: Photograph taken from above of the Brownsville U.S. courthouse and post office, a four-story brick and stone building three arched entries in the middle of the first floor, rows of windows on the front and right sides, a flagpole on the facade on the third floor, and a chimney. In the foreground two people are walking on the sidewalk and there is an automobile parked on the street in front of the building. On the far left other buildings and another street are partially visible in the background.
Date: January 2, 1933
Creator: A. Rogers Studio
Partner: Brownsville Historical Association

[Brownsville Courthouse and Post Office Foundation]

Description: Photograph of construction of the foundation of the Brownsville U.S. court house and post office, showing a large building site dug into the ground with another building on the street above in the background. In the foreground there is a large puddle with pieces of lumber scattered around it and part of a crane on the far right. Farther back tho horses are standing and two construction workers are standing in front of the site wall while several other men are sitting on the ground above in front of a large wall. In the background on the right there is a small structure with stairs next to a wooden wall and several trees and a JC Penney building can be seen on the street behind them. A text on the front of the postcard reads: "A. Rogers Photo. 11-1-1931."
Date: October 1, 1931
Creator: A. Rogers Studio
Partner: Brownsville Historical Association

[Brownsville Courthouse]

Description: Photograph taken from above of the Brownsville U.S. courthouse and post office, a four-story brick and stone building three arched entries in the middle of the first floor, rows of windows on the front and right sides, a flagpole on the facade on the third floor, and a chimney. In the foreground two people are walking on the sidewalk and there is an automobile parked on the street in front of the building. On the far left other buildings and another street are partially visible in the background.
Date: January 2, 1932
Creator: A. Rogers Studio
Partner: Brownsville Historical Association

[Constructing Brownsville U.S. Courthouse and Post Office]

Description: Photograph of the construction of the Brownsville U.S. courthouse and post office, consisting of a foundation and support beams for several stories and a roof. In the foreground there is lamppost on the corner and lumber and other building materials on the sidewalk in front of the building.
Date: April 1, 1932
Creator: A. Rogers Studio
Partner: Brownsville Historical Association

[Brownsville Courthouse From Elizabeth Street]

Description: Photograph from above of the Brownsville U.S. courthouse and post office, a large four-story brick and stone building with four rows of windows, a flagpole on the facade, and three arched entryways in the middle of the first floor. In foreground a ladder and other building materials are visible on the sidewalk in front of the building, there is a shed on the right, and on the far right a crane can be seen in the alleyway next to the post office.
Date: November 1, 1932
Creator: A. Rogers Studio
Partner: Brownsville Historical Association

[U.S. Court House in Brownsville]

Description: Photograph of construction on the U.S. court house and post office, a four-story brick building, taken from across the street. The pavement in front of the building is torn up with some wooden scaffolding visible on the right and in the foreground several workers can be seen sitting on the sidewalk on the other side of the street. On the left part of a storefront can be seen and there are several street lamps and telephone lines visible in front of the building.
Date: September 2, 1932
Creator: A. Rogers Studio
Partner: Brownsville Historical Association

[Construction of U.S. Court House and Post Office]

Description: Photograph of construction of the Brownsville U.S. courthouse and post office, a large four-story building consisting of only support beams and partially completed walls on the first story. In the foreground two men are standing on the sidewalk in front of the building next to a streetlamp and a sign that reads "Frontier Lumber Co's Material." On the left two cars can be seen driving down the street away from the camera with other buildings on the right side of the street. On the right a crane and part of a store front with a sign reading "Kress Store" can be seen.
Date: June 3, 1932
Creator: A. Rogers Studio
Partner: Brownsville Historical Association

[Brownsville Courthouse From Tenth Street]

Description: Photograph of the Brownsville U.S. courthouse and post office, a large four-story brick and stone building, taken from Tenth Street. In the foreground there are two automobiles parked on the other side of the street, which is lined with street lamps. On the left part of a storefront is visible and telephone lines are running across the street.
Date: June 2, 1933
Creator: A. Rogers Studio
Partner: Brownsville Historical Association

[Steel Reinforced Wall]

Description: Photograph of a steel-reinforced wooden wall for the basement of the Brownsville U.S. courthouse and post office. The wall consists of several wooden boards stacked on top of each other with a steel grid on the side. A handwritten note on the front of the photograph reads A. Rogers Photo 2-1-1932."
Date: February 1, 1932
Creator: A. Rogers Studio
Partner: Brownsville Historical Association

[Reinforced Steel Panels]

Description: Photograph of reinforced steel panels from the first floor of the Brownsville U.S. court house and post office. In the foreground the large panel is visible, consisting of several rows of rectangular objects, separated with metal bars, and covered with a metal grid. In the background two large barrels can be seen on the right along with other building materials.
Date: April 4, 1932
Creator: A. Rogers Studio
Partner: Brownsville Historical Association

[Construction of U.S. Courthouse from Southwest]

Description: Photograph of construction of the Brownsville U.S. courthouse and post office, consisting of a foundation and support beams for the additional floors and roof, taken from the southwest/southeast side. There is scaffolding next to the building on the right and in the foreground a long temporary structure runs parallel to the street.
Date: April 1, 1932
Creator: A. Rogers Studio
Partner: Brownsville Historical Association
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