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[Las Comitas Ranch Entrance #2]

Description: Photograph of a ranch entrance with a sign, made of oil field pipe and drill stems, that says "Bustamante's, Las Comitas Ranch, Made by Nano Joe Jr., 1-1-1989." There is a dirt road that turns under the sign and leads toward the right; it is lined with short wooden fencing and several buildings are visible on the left side of the image, along the road.
Date: unknown
Creator: Graham, Joe Stanley, 1940-1999
Partner: Texas A&M University Kingsville

[Las Comitas Ranch Entrance #1]

Description: Photograph of a ranch entrance with a sign that says "Bustamante's, Las Comitas Ranch, Made by Nano Joe Jr., 1-1-1989." There is a dirt road that turns under the sign and leads toward the right; it is lined with short wooden fencing and several buildings are visible on the left side of the image, along the road. A truck is partially visible in what appears to be a field on the right side of the image, on the other side of the road. Handwritten text on the back of the photo says: "Ranch entranceway built of castaway oil field pipe and drill stem at Bustamante's in Zapata County. Joe S. Graham."
Date: unknown
Creator: Graham, Joe Stanley, 1940-1999
Partner: Texas A&M University Kingsville

[Drying Meat Outdoors]

Description: Photograph of strips of meat drying on a line outdoors to preserve it. One end of the line is secured to a wooden post, and a home is visible in the background.
Date: unknown
Creator: Graham, Joe Stanley, 1940-1999
Partner: Texas A&M University Kingsville

[Exterior View of a Home]

Description: Photograph of the exterior view of a home. In the foreground, a person sits at a table with their back to the camera. There is a bird perched in a bird cage that is hanging from a tree in front of the house, and some chairs and tables are scattered throughout the yard. Two cars are visible on the right side of the house, one of which is under the cover of a car port.
Date: unknown
Creator: Graham, Joe Stanley, 1940-1999
Partner: Texas A&M University Kingsville

[Exterior View of a Stone and Wood Wall]

Description: Photograph of the exterior view of one wall made of wood and stone that is most likely part of a house. The wall appears to be made predominantly of stone, with wooden beams added for supports. A corrugated tin roof with a pipe chimney is visible on top of the wall.
Date: unknown
Creator: Graham, Joe Stanley, 1940-1999
Partner: Texas A&M University Kingsville

[Exterior View of a Tronera]

Description: Photograph of the exterior opening of a tronera (gunport) in the main house on Rancho San Francisco in Zapata County. The house was built in the 1840's.
Date: unknown
Creator: Graham, Joe Stanley, 1940-1999
Partner: Texas A&M University Kingsville

[Exterior View of Treviño Uribe Rancho]

Description: Photograph of an exterior wall of the Treviño Uribe Rancho (the historic home of Jesus Treviño, the founder of San Ygnacio) in San Ygnacio, Texas. The structure has a corrugated tin roof and a chimney. One window is visible, and a prickly pear plant grows on the roof behind the chimney.
Date: unknown
Creator: Graham, Joe Stanley, 1940-1999
Location Info:
Partner: Texas A&M University Kingsville

[Exterior View of Treviño Uribe Rancho]

Description: Photograph of an exterior view of the home of the founder of San Ygnacio, Jesus Treviño, also called the Treviño Uribe Rancho. The home has a roof of corrugated tin, and a chimney is visible. A prickly pear plant grows on the roof next to the chimney.
Date: unknown
Creator: Graham, Joe Stanley, 1940-1999
Location Info:
Partner: Texas A&M University Kingsville

[Small Board-and-Batten House Near Salineño]

Description: Photograph of a small board-and-batten house (casa de madera parada) near Salineño. This type of home was the second-generation folk house form common for working-class Tejanos.
Date: unknown
Creator: Graham, Joe Stanley, 1940-1999
Partner: Texas A&M University Kingsville

[Small Jacal Home With Two Windows]

Description: Photograph of a small jacal home with two windows. Part of a tractor is visible in the background behind the home on the left side, and some stacked tires are visible behind the home on the right side.
Date: unknown
Creator: Graham, Joe Stanley, 1940-1999
Partner: Texas A&M University Kingsville

[Small Potbelly Stove]

Description: Photograph of a small potbelly stove. The door to the top compartment is open, and there is no stovepipe attached to it.
Date: unknown
Creator: Graham, Joe Stanley, 1940-1999
Partner: Texas A&M University Kingsville

[Squash Drying in the Sun]

Description: Photograph of squash drying in the sun to make rueditas. This is a prehistoric method of preserving food.
Date: unknown
Creator: Graham, Joe Stanley, 1940-1999
Partner: Texas A&M University Kingsville

[Statue of San Rafael]

Description: Photograph of a statue of San Rafael, located inside the Randado chapel.
Date: unknown
Creator: Graham, Joe Stanley, 1940-1999
Partner: Texas A&M University Kingsville

[Statues of the Virgin Mary and Bernadette]

Description: Photograph of a statue of the Virgin Mary and a worshiping figure of Bernadette. They are located in a gruta (community enterprise) upriver from El Paso in New Mexico.
Date: unknown
Creator: Graham, Joe Stanley, 1940-1999
Partner: Texas A&M University Kingsville

[Steel Cable Knives]

Description: Photograph of an assortment of knives made of steel cable and other metals, all of which were made by Armando Flores, a blacksmith from Laredo. There are other knives and bracelets made of stainless steel in the background.
Date: unknown
Creator: Graham, Joe Stanley, 1940-1999
Partner: Texas A&M University Kingsville

[Stone Ranch House]

Description: Photograph of a "casa mayor" that was built in the 1840s at Rancho San Fransisco in Zapata County. The hipped tin roof was added in the 1950's to protect the house from damage which could be caused by heavy rains in the area. There are stone "bancas" around the house and "troneras" (gunports) by each door and in the center of the facing wall.
Date: unknown
Creator: Graham, Joe Stanley, 1940-1999
Partner: Texas A&M University Kingsville

[Adobe Home]

Description: Photograph of an adobe home. Visible on the right side of the picture is a woman with her back to the camera, and on the left side of the home there is a chicken wire fence.
Date: unknown
Creator: Graham, Joe Stanley, 1940-1999
Partner: Texas A&M University Kingsville

[Antique Power Tool]

Description: Photograph of an antique power tool, most likely a saw of some sort.
Date: unknown
Creator: Graham, Joe Stanley, 1940-1999
Partner: Texas A&M University Kingsville

[Board and Batten Home]

Description: Photograph of a simple board-and-batten home. There is a mesh fence surrounding the house, and some prickly pear cactus is visible in the foreground.
Date: unknown
Creator: Graham, Joe Stanley, 1940-1999
Partner: Texas A&M University Kingsville

[Building With a Corrugated Tin Roof]

Description: Photograph of an exterior view of a building with a corrugated tin roof. The main structure of the building is made of wood, and a gravel road is visible in front of the house.
Date: unknown
Creator: Graham, Joe Stanley, 1940-1999
Partner: Texas A&M University Kingsville

[Cattle Roundup by Helicopter]

Description: Photograph of an aerial view of a cattle roundup by helicopter on a South Texas ranch.
Date: unknown
Creator: Graham, Joe Stanley, 1940-1999
Partner: Texas A&M University Kingsville

[Chacales Hanging to Dry]

Description: Photograph of chacales (boiled and dried corn that is used especially during lent) hanging to dry.
Date: unknown
Creator: Graham, Joe Stanley, 1940-1999
Partner: Texas A&M University Kingsville

[Chapel of San Rafael]

Description: Photograph of a frontal view of the Chapel of San Rafael, which was built circa 1836. The chapel is surrounded by a wooden fence, and there are some trees behind the fence to the left of the chapel. .
Date: unknown
Creator: Graham, Joe Stanley, 1940-1999
Partner: Texas A&M University Kingsville

[Close-Up of Corner Structure of a Building]

Description: Photograph of a close-up view of the corner structure of a building. A large corner post is visible, and beams connected to the corner posts extend parallel to the ground along both visible walls.
Date: unknown
Creator: Graham, Joe Stanley, 1940-1999
Partner: Texas A&M University Kingsville