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[University of Texas Number 2 Well]

Description: Photograph of a cable tool and nitro glycerin trucks servicing the R. H. Henderson, University of Texas Number 2 well in Crane County, Texas.
Date: March 1939
Partner: Permian Basin Petroleum Museum, Library and Hall of Fame

[Townsite in Ector County, Texas]

Description: Photograph of a townsite with a few buildings, tents and early model automobiles.
Date: 1937
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Partner: Permian Basin Petroleum Museum, Library and Hall of Fame

[Trucks Hauling Pipes]

Description: Photograph of several military vehicles that are transporting large pipes. One man is on top of one of the vehicles and two other men are standing next to one of the vehicles.
Date: September 7, 1939
Partner: Permian Basin Petroleum Museum, Library and Hall of Fame

[Street in Hobbs, New Mexico]

Description: Photograph of a street scene in Hobbs, New Mexico. The street is lined with storefronts (on either side of the image). A row of parked early model automobiles are visible in the center of the image. Moving vehicles are on either side of that row and the street is wet with standing water.
Date: 1930
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Partner: Permian Basin Petroleum Museum, Library and Hall of Fame

[Cowboy Riding a Horse]

Description: Photograph of a cowboy riding on a bucking horse. There is another man behind him also on a horse. Written below the photograph is "Hook'im Cowboy - Why don' the darn thing buck? Jack Nolan."
Date: 1931
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Partner: Permian Basin Petroleum Museum, Library and Hall of Fame

[Early Townsite]

Description: Photograph of an early townsite with a few houses and tents. In the background, there is smoke coming from an unknown source.
Date: June 1937
Partner: Permian Basin Petroleum Museum, Library and Hall of Fame

[Photograph of the Nancy Jones oak tree in the George Ranch house yard covered with snow]

Description: Photograph of the Nancy Jones oak tree in the George Ranch house yard covered with snow. According to the "1996 George Ranch Historical Park Interpreter Training Manual", the oak tree was planted in 1824 by Nancy Jones. The huge limbs of the over one hundred year old tree are laden with snow. Wooden bench in foreground has a snow topped seat. Another long, wooden bench just to the rear right of the one in foreground is also snow covered. Picnic table on far left is partially obscured by the branches of a shrub. Wooden fence in left background with barn roof tops visible just beyond it. Pump house (partially seen on either side of the tree trunk) with storage tank near center. Wire fence with smaller oak trees to right. Long white building extends from center background to right background.
Date: [1935..1945]
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Photograph of a bulldozer with a chain and long post attached to it]

Description: Photograph of a bulldozer with a chain and long post attached to it. The post appears to be scraping the contents of the truck out and onto the ground. There are three men standing to the right of the photograph. Fence posts in foreground. Water hose in foreground (extends to near center right of photo) is attached to a pump on far right. The group is probably making silage. Trees in background. Photograph was taken on the George Ranch. Back of photo stamped in blue: "Photograph by David J. Morris Houston Post Houston, Texas 1373".
Date: [1935..1945]
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Photograph of holding the halter to a Santa Gertrudis bull]

Description: Photograph of holding the halter to a Santa Gertrudis bull. The photograph was taken at the George Ranch. Barbed wire fence and gate in right background. Barn and cattle in left background.
Date: [1935..1945]
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Photograph of the George Ranch house yard with focus on the Nancy Jones oak tree]

Description: Photograph of the George Ranch house yard with focus on the Nancy Jones oak tree. According to the "1996 George Ranch Historical Park Interpreter Training Manual", the tree was planted by Nancy Jones in 1824. There are six chairs carved from tree trunks in the foreground; wooden picnic table on right. A swing can be seen hanging from the tree on the right (visible against the white of the small wooden building on the right). Storage tank and utility pole next to small building on right. Wooden fence and wire fence separate yard from barns and outbuildings in background. "1" printed in a circle in the bottom left corner. Stamped on back of photo: "Hank Tenny & Associates photography publicity 3615 S MacGregor Houston".
Date: [1935..1945]
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Three women standing near the exterior of the Camp George cabin]

Description: Photograph taken at Camp George. Three women standing near exterior of the Camp George cabin. Woman in foreground is wearing a skirt, white blouse, and hat. She is holding long stemmed flowers in her arms. Two women in the background are wearing skirts, blouses, and bonnets. There is partial view of a man standing in the open doorway of the cabin. There is paper on the grounds. A moss draped tree in center background.
Date: [1935..1945]
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Photograph of a Caterpillar bulldozer and truck at work]

Description: Photograph of a Caterpillar bulldozer with chain attached to a post being used to scrape material out of the back of a grain truck. There is a man walking toward the bulldozer. The photograph was taken on the George Ranch where the men are probably making silage. Trees in background. Stamped on back in blue: "Photograph by David J. Morris Houston Post Houston, Texas".
Date: [1935..1945]
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Photograph of milo harvesting on the George Ranch]

Description: Photograph of milo harvesting on the George Ranch. The man is driving Mr. George's John Deere tractor. The milo is being augured into a grain truck. A man in the back of the grain truck uses a scoop to level the grain. Uncut field on left of photo. Back of photograph stamped in blue: "Photograph by David J. Morris Houston Post Houston, Texas" .
Date: [1935..1945]
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Photograph of the harvesting of sorghum on the George Ranch]

Description: Photograph of the harvesting of sorghum on the George Ranch. The man driving Mr. George's John Deere tractor is pulling the harvest equipment. A truck next to the equipment is being filled with milo by the auger. A man is standing inside the back of the truck with a scoop used to level the milo as it is augured in. The truck door has "Martinez Brothers" and an image of a monkey (?) painted on the door. Stubble from stalks in foreground. Uncut grain stalks in background. Stamped on back of photo in blue: "Photograph by David J. Morris Houston Post Houston, Texas 1378".
Date: [1935..1945]
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Three women standing near the exterior of the Camp George cabin]

Description: Photograph taken at Camp George. Three women standing near exterior of the Camp George cabin. Woman in foreground is wearing a skirt, white blouse, and hat. She is holding long stemmed flowers in her arms. Two women in the background are wearing skirts, blouses, and bonnets. There is partial view of a man standing in the open doorway of the cabin. There is paper on the grounds. A moss draped tree in center background.
Date: [1935..1945]
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Photograph of a bulldozer with a chain and long post attached to it]

Description: Photograph of a bulldozer with a chain and long post attached to it. The post appears to be scraping the contents of the truck out and onto the ground. There is a man standing on the cab of the truck. Four men standing on the right of photo; one of the men is spreading the material with a rake. Fence posts in foreground. Water hose in foreground (extends to near center right of photo) is attached to a pump on far right. The men are probably producing silage. Trees in background. Photograph was taken on the George Ranch. Back of photo stamped in blue: "Photograph by David J. Morris Houston Post Houston, Texas 1373".
Date: [1935..1945]
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Photograph of four young men dressed in their Richmond High School Band uniforms]

Description: Photograph of four young men dressed in their Richmond High School Band uniforms. The uniforms consist of white shoes, white slacks, darker colored jackets with white trim, white belts, and hats. The four boys are standing on cement steps that lead to a screened porch of a white wooden house. Oleander bushes and other shrubs to the left and right of the brick ledges of the cement steps. The photo has a white border. Written on back of photograph in pencil: "Andrew Briscoe son twins From L Top Mason Andrew Frank Bill". Image dimensions are: 8.1 cm x 5.1 cm.
Date: [1935..1945]
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Photograph of the back of a bulldozer at work spreading material in a trench]

Description: Photograph of the back of a bulldozer at work spreading material in a trench. There is a man standing in front of the bulldozer. Four men are standing in a circle to the left of the photo. A fifth man is leaving the trench area with a rake in his hands. The men are probably making silage. There is a fence line to left and right. Trucks and an automobile in background. Windmill in center background. Stamped on back of photograph in blue: "Photograph by David J. Morris Houston Post Houston, Texas".
Date: [1935..1945]
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Photograph of Mary Jones in a tan cardboard folder]

Description: Photograph of Mary Jones in a tan cardboard folder (not removable). Mary, who has her short dark hair brushed away from her face and parted on the left side, is wearing a dark colored dress with wide collar. A plaid ribbon is tied at center of the collar. The studio portrait ends just below the shoulders. The photograph is taped on back into a paper frame with thin black line border surrounding the opening. "Shanklin Houston" is printed on the image itself (bottom left corner). The image visible measures: 7.6 cm x 11 cm.
Date: [1935..1940]
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Photograph of the George Ranch yard focusing on the Nancy Jones oak tree]

Description: Photograph of the George Ranch yard focusing on the Nancy Jones oak tree. According to the "1996 George Ranch Historical Park Interpreter Training Manual", the tree was planted in 1824 by Nancy Jones. The young woman standing beneath the tree is possibly Mary Jones, daughter of Mamie George's cousin Henry Jones. Mary appears to be playing with the black dog in front of her. Shrubs in right foreground. White building in left background; white wooden fence in center, pump (tool) house in right. Roof top of barn 1 seen in right background. Written on back of photo in pencil: "F11 30 1 DOW".
Date: [1935..1940]
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Mr. Leo Linke, Trustee of the George School]

Description: Photograph (copy of an original) of Mr. Leo Linke, Trustee of the George School. Mr. Linke is wearing a dark suit jacket, striped white shirt, dark tie, and light colored cowboy hat. Written at bottom of photo in black: "Mr. Leo Linke, Trustee".
Date: [1936..1939]
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Photograph of the George Ranch yard with the Nancy Jones oak tree]

Description: Photograph of the George Ranch yard with the Nancy Jones oak tree limbs providing shade for the large area. According to the "1996 George Ranch Historical Park Interpreter Training Manual", the tree was planted by Nancy Jones in 1824. The young woman in the swing (attached to the oak tree limb) is probably Mary Ann Myers. The woman sitting (back to camera) on the bench of a wooden picnic table is possibly Marie Murphy. There are two other wooden picnic tables just beyond a stone walkway that seems to lead from the tree trunk and off to the left side of the photograph. A large shrub on the left side of photo partially obscures the view of buildings. White wooden building in center background. White wooden fence in front of Barn 1. Wire fence behind the pump house on right. Photograph has white strip (border) on top and bottom only. Same image as 2000.038.006.
Date: [1935..1940]
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Students standing and kneeling in front of the George School]

Description: Photograph (copy) of students posed in front of the George School. The four rows of children are standing in front of a white wooden building with white four white columns in front. Two of the four columns support a small front porch.
Date: [1936..1939]
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park