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[Little League Baseball Team]

Description: Photograph of the Owls, a little league team from League City, Texas. The team members are all young boys wearing baseball caps and t-shirts with their team name printed on the chest. Two men stand behind them holding a banner that spells: "Coach: Norman Luksa, OWLS, Concrete Service Co., Dick Scanlon - Mgr." Two girls, one named Deeann and the other named Susie Scanlon, stand on either side of the team; they are identified as the "Owl Queens" of 1971 and 1972, respectively.
Date: 1972
Item Type: Photograph
Partner: League City Helen Hall Library

Baseball Team

Description: Copy negative of a team of nine baseball players in Danevang, Texas, which is located in Wharton County. In the image, the team members are dressed in baseball uniforms and cleats. Two of the team members are holding baseball bats. From left to right, the individuals pictured are F. W. "Dengsi" Hansen, J. O. (Honey) Olsen, I. Elva (Babe) Hansen, Sam Ingvardsen, Knud Strarup, Window (or Woodrow) Winfield, Iver Skow and Carl Jensen.
Date: unknown
Item Type: Photograph
Partner: Danish Heritage Preservation Society

[Fred Douglas High School Football Team]

Description: Photocopy of the team portrait of the Fred Douglas High School football team during the 1940s. Identified from left to right: First Row -- William Goodnes, Lawrence Peace, L. H. Simpkins, unknown, Eddie Franklin, George Davis, Ernest Sims, Jr., Charlie Beatty. Second Row -- J. D. Stimson (left), James Whitlow (second from right). Third Row -- Bennie Gober, Billy Simpson, unknown, Luther Varner, Ponder, unknown, W. L. Kimble, E. D. Price, unknown.
Date: [1940..1949]
Item Type: Photograph
Partner: UNT Oral History Program

[The 1911 League City Browns]

Description: Copy negative of the 1911 League City Browns, the city's Little League baseball team, in uniform. They are standing in two rows with the first row knelt near the ground while the second row stands. A number of the members have gloves in their hand; one member in front has a bat. The letters "L" and "C" are emblazoned on the chests of their uniform shirts. One man is not in uniform; he is sporting a bowler cap, a white shirt, a short tie, and trousers.
Date: unknown
Item Type: Photograph
Partner: League City Helen Hall Library

[The 1916 League City Browns]

Description: Postcard of the 1916 League City Browns, also known as the League City Baseball Club. The team has nine members, all of whom are men. They are posed for a team portrait in their uniforms which consist of a cap, a shirt, knickerbockers, socks, and shoes. A few baseball bats and gloves are set on the ground before them.
Date: 1916
Item Type: Photograph
Partner: League City Helen Hall Library

[Cleveland High School Baseball Team]

Description: the Cleveland High School baseball team. They are seated outdoors near the dugout. Their jerseys read "Cleveland Indians."
Date: 1955
Creator: Young, Moon
Item Type: Photograph
Partner: Cleveland Historic Society

[Fostoria Lumber Company Baseball Team]

Description: Photograph of the Fostoria Lumber Company Baseball Team seated outside. There are nine men wearing white baseball uniforms and four other men seated with them. Fostoria was once a thriving lumber town with a hotel, company store, homes, schools, churches, and a cemetery.
Date: 1949
Creator: Young, Moon
Item Type: Photograph
Partner: Cleveland Historic Society

[League City High School Basketball Team]

Description: Photograph of the League City High School basketball team, comprised totally of teenage girls. They are in uniform, arranged in three rows outside of a brick building. One of the girls in front has a basketball in her lap with the text, "L.C.H. 1930." on its surface. Handwritten notes on the back identify the girls, although they are only partially visible. One of the girls is Elizabeth "Betsy" Harris, née Ross.
Date: unknown
Item Type: Photograph
Partner: League City Helen Hall Library

[Congregation of Hispanic Children]

Description: Photograph of a group of young Hispanic children standing in a dirt clearing in front of a chain-link fence. They are assembled for a group photograph. Many of the children are laughing and looking around, and many other are looking at the camera. A couple of adults are scattered throughout the group. Two of the children, who are both standing on the far left-hand side of the image, are holding balls. There is handwriting in marker at both the top and the bottom on the image that reads, "Betanio Mission July 1936". There is more handwriting on the back of the photograph that reads, "San Antonio, Texas. Rev. A Fewardy".
Date: unknown
Item Type: Photograph
Partner: Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary