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[Ector County Court House]

Description: Postcard of a picture, possibly a drawing, that was created with bright colors, of a Court House that has a well groomed lawn and is rectangular and four stories, the three lower floors have windows and are larger than the fourth floor there are etchings in the stone on both sides of the clock that is above the wood door at the entrance. On the fourth floor "Ector County Court House is etched into the building." The print on the top right side reads: "Beautiful Modern Ector County Court House, Odessa Texas." The print in the left side reads: "B11." The print, on the back, horizontally across the top left hand side reads: "This Space is for writing messages." The print, on the back, vertically across the left hand side reads: "Pub. By Johnson News Agency, Big Spring, Texas." The print, on the back, horizontally across the bottom left hand side reads: "75239." The print, on the back, vertically across the middle reads: "'Tichnor Quality Views' reg. U.S. Pat. Off. Made Only by Tichnor Bros. Inc., Boston, Mass." The print, on the back, horizontally across the middle of the right hand side in a thick striped front reads: "Post Card." The back of the postcard also has box with: "place One cent Stamp Here. Made in the U.S.A." on the top right corner.
Date: unknown
Creator: Inc., Tichnor Bros.
Partner: Permian Basin Petroleum Museum, Library and Hall of Fame

[Odessa Medical Center Hospital]

Description: Postcard of a six story shopping center building that has eighteen windows on each story and smaller one story building attached in back. The windows on the both the large part of the building and the small part of the building face streets and meet up on a street corner with a wooden street lamp/phone line pole, with phone lines visible through the middle of the photo, and a one way arrow pointing to the left. The entrance is facing the one way street with a board that reads "Medical Center Hospital," on top of the cement awning that shades the entrance. On the back there is print on the top left that reads: "Odessa's 408-bed Medical Center Center Hospital is a county-owned institution staffed by all of the city's 69 Physicians ans Surgeons. It's a medical center for a wide area of West Texas, and is one of the most modern and finest equipped hospitals in the area."
Date: unknown
Creator: Inc., Dexter Press
Partner: Permian Basin Petroleum Museum, Library and Hall of Fame

[Odessa Postcard]

Description: Postcard that says "Greetings from Odessa, Texas." Inside each of the letters there are scenes of cowboys, buildings, and desert landscapes.
Date: unknown
Location Info:
Partner: Permian Basin Petroleum Museum, Library and Hall of Fame

[Oil Gusher in Odessa, Texas]

Description: Postcard of an oil rig that includes a large, wooden structure at the base of the derrick and has a plume of smoke or oil rising from the well and drifting to the left side of the image. At the top of the postcard, "Oil Gusher Odessa, Texas" is printed.
Date: unknown
Partner: Permian Basin Petroleum Museum, Library and Hall of Fame

[Odessa City Hall Building]

Description: Postcard of Odessa city hall building with a car in the parking lot to the right of the building and an entrance under the Odessa City Hall sign on the side of the building facing the street to the left. The print on the back left side reads: "City Hall. Odessa, Texas. Odessa has been one of the fastest growth cities in Texas but its growth followed a planned, systematic pattern that has resulted in wide streets, beautiful parks and recreation areas and comfortable residential neighborhoods. In addition, the city has been chosen the Nation's Cleanest City in its population category for three straight years! Color photo by Franklin E. Schaaf. [copy write symbol] 1969 Schaaf Post card Co." The print down the Middle of the back of the postcard reads: "Published by Schaaf Post Card Co., Alamogordo, New Mexico."
Date: 1969~
Creator: Shaaf, Franklin E.
Partner: Permian Basin Petroleum Museum, Library and Hall of Fame

[Odessa College Library]

Description: Postcard of the Odessa College Library, in the center of the beautifully landscape junior college campus in Odessa, Texas. The photo is semi-framed by the tree branches at the top of the photo and distinct cropping of the postcard itself. The print on the top left of the postcard reads: "The Odessa College Library in the center of the beautifully landscape junior, founded in 1946, is considered one of the finest in the State, and allows full accreditation for the student planning to complete his education at a senior institution." The print on the bottom left on the post card reads: "16179-C." The print vertically across the middle reads: Published exclusively by Texas Color Cards, Box 286, Leakey, Texas." The horizontal writing on the bottom in the middle reads: "dp made by Dexter Press, Inc. West Myack, New York." The wring on the right hand side in the middle that is in a font mimicking calligraphy reads: "Post Card." There is a box that is made with a dotted line with the writing "Place Stamp Here" printed inside the box.
Date: 1946~
Creator: Inc., Dexter Press.
Partner: Permian Basin Petroleum Museum, Library and Hall of Fame