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[J. Franek and sons stacking hay near Needville, Texas]

Description: Photograph of J. Franek and sons stacking hay near Needville, Texas, in 1915. Man on left is standing in a hay-loaded wagon. Man in middle is leaning against the large stack of hay and has hay on a hay fork that he is holding up over his head. There is a third man standing on top of the hay stack. Top of fence posts in foreground. Fence and partial view of a white building in far left corner.
Date: 1915
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[Main Street in Rosenberg, Texas]

Description: Photograph (appears to be a copy) of Main Street in Rosenberg, Texas taken by Schlueter. On left the "Palace Hotel" can be seen. On the right: "City Bakery" and a restaurant are visible. The street has many horses and buggies on both sides. A horse and buggy in center of street (pulled by white or gray horse), and in the foreground is a little boy (dressed in dark knickers with jacket and hat) walking with his back to the camera. Blurred image of a dog on the right side of street. Back of photo has sticker with typed: 3rd St. Rosenberg, Texas Looking South. M. Wallace.
Date: 1890
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[Past presidents of the Richmond Rotary Club]

Description: Photograph of past presidents of the Richmond Rotary Club. Fourteen men (all with jackets and ties except two in the front row). Man on far right has light color slacks and jacket with striped tie.
Date: unknown
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

Families gathered outside of the old court house for a meeting of Confederate Veterans.

Description: Photograph mounted on a gray mat (has ornate pattern around print) of families gathered outside of the old court house for a meeting of Confederate Veterans. Far right of photo- woman in white dress with hat (with flowers on it). Back of photo identifies (in ink) first man from left, seated, as V.P. Woolley; first row,second man from left as Mr. Chuck Darst. Second row: fourth from left (seated) as Major Davidson.
Date: 1907
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[Photograph of Flood in Richmond]

Description: Flood scene of Richmond, Texas in 1913, with streets under water, utility poles across the middle of the photo, and houses and bridge in the background.
Date: 1913
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[Photograph of Man Driving in Flood Waters]

Description: Photograph of Richmond, flood of 1913 scene. Man driving car in flood waters (another man standing on back of car). G.W. Buchanan Blacksmith shop in top, right of photo. Note on back states that Austin Newton could possibly be person in car.
Date: 1913
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

The sheriff's office at the Court House.

Description: Photograph with black edging, mounted on a gray mat of the sheriff's office at the Court House. Man writing at desk in far left corner. Five men seated in wooden chairs (one on far right holding up a gun and leaning elbow on desk.) Back of photo identifies man at desk as Mr. Oglivy; third from left as H.M. Shannon and M.L. Woolley, Sheriff, at far right. Photo has rip in bottom right corner. Also tear in mat at bottom left.
Date: 1913
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[A horse and wagon.]

Description: Photograph mounted on cardboard substrate of a horse and wagon. Wagon is decorated and has a sign: Texas Lands and Loans, Fort Bend County. Wagon has people waving flags in it. Two story wood building in background. Top, right corner is broken (piece missing). Back of photo in pencil: Mrs. Irma (unreadable) about 70 years ago (1904?) corner Morton and ? On same side of Morton present City Hall and across from the city hall.
Date: 1904
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[A toddler sitting in a (tasseled) chair and a young child.]

Description: Photograph of a toddler sitting in a (tasseled) chair and a young child in a light colored dress. Fabric is draped over the chair that the toddler is sitting in. Young girl (to right of photo) has her right hand on the chair. Photo is mounted on (scalloped edges) cardboard. Bottom of cardboard reads: Harper, Galleries, Corsicana, Bryan, Temple, Navasota, Waxahachie, Calvert, and Ennis,
Date: unknown
Creator: Harper Galleries
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[A young woman wearing a dark colored dress.]

Description: Photograph of a young woman wearing a dark colored dress ruffled lace above the collar. There is a stickpin on the dark collar. She is facing left of the camera. Photograph is mounted on cardboard. Bottom of cardboard reads: Chas. J. Wright, 84 Main St., Houston, Texas.
Date: unknown
Creator: Wright, Chas. J.
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[A young girl wearing a plaid dress.]

Description: Photograph mounted on (blue-black) cardboard of a young girl with long, curly hair. She is wearing a plaid dress with vest and lace at neckline. She has on dark stockings with dark boots. She is leaning on a fabric draped chair with her right elbow. Number on back of photo was 1972.065.006g and was changed to 1972.064.006g to match the numbers of this collection.
Date: unknown
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[A man wearing a dark suit with white shirt and multi-colored bow tie.]

Description: Photograph of a man wearing a dark suit with white shirt and multi-colored bowtie. He has his left leg crossed over his right leg. He is sitting in a tasseled chair next to a table with a cloth draped across it. The man has his right arm resting on the table. A hat is on the table to his right. Photograph is mounted on cardboard substrate.
Date: unknown
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[A young girl in white dress and dark (finger-less) gloves.]

Description: Photograph mounted on cardboard of a young girl in white dress and dark (finger-less) gloves. Her left arm is leaning on a dark backdrop board. Bottom of cardboard reads: From Anderson's 85 Main Street, Houston, Texas.
Date: unknown
Creator: Anderson's
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[Meyer and Rude Hardware Store.]

Description: Photograph mounted on black cardboard mat of Meyer and Rude Hardware Store. Three men standing in center of store. Man on right has on leather jacket. Sign on table on far left ( NOW...YEAR END..) White half-moon shaped area near bottom, right corner. Back of photo identifies men as: Logie Mihick (?) , Leonard Meyer, and P.K. Rude, Sr.
Date: unknown
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[The D. R. Peareson Home.]

Description: Photograph of the D. R. Peareson Home. The house is a white wooden two story house with dark painted trim and shutters. A man on a white horse to the left of the front entrance to house. There is a man (wearing a dark suit and hat) sitting in a rocking chair on the left side of the front porch. A little girl holding a black and white dog is sitting on the front step rail (center). There is a wooden double swing (glider) in front of the right side of the house. A tree partially obscures the right side of house. White picket fence in foreground. Fence to left and right background. Photo is mounted on a tan cardboard matte. Back of photograph in ink: "D. R. Peareson Home (315 S. Ninth) (Burned). Matte and photo have stains. Ink mark across top left corner. Image dimensions are: 24.5 cm X 19.1 cm
Date: 1904
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[Mr. E. A. Peareson.]

Description: Photograph of Mr. E. A. Peareson. Photo is mounted on a gray, textured cardboard. Man in dark suit with white shirt and white tie.
Date: unknown
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[F.I. Booth General Merchandise Store and Post Office in Booth, Texas.]

Description: Photograph of F.I. Booth General Merchandise Store and Post Office, Booth, Texas. Two-story wooden building with front porch and partially closed in balcony of second floor. Sign at top of building and signs above front porch. Tree branches in foreground of left portion of photo. Edges of photo are torn in many areas.
Date: unknown
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[Framed photo of William Chester Morrison.]

Description: Photograph of William Chester Morrison. Photograph mounted on gray, cardboard mat with a beveled edge. White half-moon strip of white at bottom of photo. Man in dark jacket with dark tie and white shirt. Front of mat reads: The Orebaugh Studio, Shelbyville, Ind. Back of photo has writing in pencil.
Date: unknown
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[A boy wearing a dark suit.]

Description: Photograph (oval) mounted on cardboard mat with gold trim around oval, of a boy. This photograph was found in the frame behind 1972.035.001. Young man wearing a dark jacket and pants, white shirt, blue tie(colored in), is sitting on a chair. His eyes are (colored) blue, also.
Date: unknown
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[William Chester Morrison. He is sitting outdoors.]

Description: Photograph of William Chester Morrison. He is sitting outdoors in a wooden chair. He is wearing a light colored shirt (with buttons down the front) and dark pants. Shrubs to his right and left. House in the background.
Date: unknown
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[Two young women (in center) and two young men.]

Description: Photograph of two young women (in center) and two young men (one to right and one to the left) Young women are wearing light-colored printed dresses and hats. Woman on right has dark-colored belt at her waist. The women are touching a book on a table in front of them. Photo (oval) is mounted on cardboard. Back of cardboard is pink and in purple ink (stamped) reads: Theod Koellmann, Artist, Photographer, Gonzales, Texas.
Date: unknown
Creator: Koellmann, Theod
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[H. E. Mitchell on grounds of old courthouse.]

Description: Photograph of H. E. Mitchell on grounds of old courthouse. He is facing the Jaybird Monument. Man with white shirt and light pants holding hat in his right hand. Photo has border pattern in black and Fox Co. in top left and bottom right corners. Pen writing on back with description.
Date: unknown
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[Old Fort Bend County Courthouse.]

Description: Photograph (not the original) of the Old Fort Bend County Courthouse where "Jaybirds and Woodpeckers fought in front of it in 1889." Photo has people on front steps, people on second story balcony, and a man on the roof top. A woman in a black dress can be seen to far, bottom, right of photo. Ink written numbers on bottom.
Date: 1889
Partner: Fort Bend Museum