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[Letter sent to Mamie George from "The Rosenberg Herald"]

Description: Letter sent to the Mamie George from "The Rosenberg Herald". The letter has a letterhead with black text that reads: "The Rosenberg Herald" 'Fort Bend County's Leading Newspaper' NO2-3737 Rosenberg, Texas [in black border] Memo From the Desk of Don Bryant Editor-General Mgr." The type written letter reads: " 3/25/60 Dear Mrs. George: Found this in our files - - an aerial picture of your ranch. Thought maybe you'd like to have it. Regards, [signed] Donald B. Bryant, Editor - Gen. Mgr. The Herald-Coaster". An aerial photograph, 2000.048.007b, was enclosed with letter.
Date: March 25, 1960
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[A close view of Brahman cattle in a pasture on the George Ranch]

Description: Photograph of Brahman cattle in a pasture on the George Ranch. Close-up of a Brahman on left. White barn and house in right background. Back of photograph in blue type: "A. P. George ACTIVE Rosenberg, Texas 9 mi. SE Ft. Bend County Coastal Plains SCD Tex. 43,824. 5/6/47. Registered Brahman cows. Orig. Neg. 4x5 in. USDA-SCS Photo by E. W. Jenkins." and in white print on front of photo, bottom right "Tex - 43 - 824".
Date: May 6, 1947
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Brahman cattle with their heads down in the feed trough on the George Ranch]

Description: Photograph of Brahman cattle at feed trough on the George Ranch. Back of photograph in blue type: "A. P. George ACTIVE Rosenberg, Texas 9 mi. SE Ft. Bend Co. Coastal Plains SCD Tex. 43,820. 5/6/47. Registered Brahman cows at feed trough. Orig. Neg. 4x5 in. USDA-SCS Photo by E. W. Jenkins". Written in white print on front at bottom right: "Tex - 43 - 820".
Date: May 6, 1947
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Brahman cattle around a feed trough on the George Ranch]

Description: Photograph of Brahman cattle around a feed trough on the George Ranch. Back of photograph in blue type: "A. P. George ACTIVE Rosenberg, Texas 9 mi. SE Ft. Bend county Coastal Plains SCD Tex. 43,822. 5/6/47. Registered Brahman cows at feed trough. Orig. neg. 4x5 in. USDA-SCS Photo by E. W. Jenkins" and in front bottom right in white type: "Tex - 43 - 822".
Date: May 6, 1947
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Photograph of several Brahman cattle eating feed from a feeder]

Description: Photograph of several Brahman cattle eating feed from a feeder. Back of photograph in blue type: "A. P. George ACTIVE Rosenberg, Texas 9 mi. SE Ft. Bend County Coastal Plains SCD Tex. 43,821. 5/6/47. Registered Brahman cows at feed trough. Orig. Neg. 4x5 in. USDA-SCS Photo by E. W. Jenkins". Front bottom right of photograph in white print: "Tex - 43 -821".
Date: May 6, 1947
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Newspaper article taken from The Herald-Coaster]

Description: Newspaper article taken from The Herald-Coaster, Rosenberg Richmond and dated Tuesday, August 12, 1969, with headline that reads: "George Ranch featured in trade magazine". Above the article is a photo of a bull in a pasture; white fence in background; white house on far right. Caption under photo reads: "A Polled Bull�one of the day Polled bulls used in the George Ranch breeding program. The ranch has recently expanded its operation by purchasing 229 females and 11 herd bulls from the Vachel Lackey Estate in San Antonio and shipping 23 heifers and three bulls to Ontario, Canada." Newspaper photo dimensions are: 13.5 cm x 8.3 cm.
Date: August 12, 1969
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Photograph of Mamie Davis George as she is entering her car]

Description: Photograph of Mamie Davis George as she is entering her car to leave the dedication ceremony of the Mamie Davis George Prayer Chapel that was located adjacent to the Polly Ryon Memorial Hospital. Davis, who is wearing dark rimmed glasses, a dark hat with two tone ribbon in front, and dark dress with floral corsage on left shoulder, has her right hand on the passenger car door. Two men and one woman are assisting George. Several automobiles in background with a man and woman standing next to nearest vehicle. Trees in distance. Back of photo: in pencil "#10" and black stamp "Humpola Photo Studio Rosenberg, Texas".
Date: 1960
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Fourteen women and three men in the Mamie Davis George Prayer Chapel]

Description: Photograph of a group of fourteen women and three men in the Mamie Davis George Prayer Chapel taken during the dedication of the chapel. George, who is wearing a dark dress and hat, is seated in the metal folding chair in the center of the photograph. The chapel was adjacent to the Polly Ryon Memorial Hospital and the building was once the Calvary Episcopal Church. [This photograph is similar to 2000.018.008 except two of the women in the front row have removed their eyeglasses and the woman on front row, left is not holding a purse with floral accents in the 009 photo]. On back of photo: blue ink lines marking through pencil erasures and stamped in black "Humpola Photo Studio Rosenberg, Texas" and in pencil "#7".
Date: 1960
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Photograph of northwest corner of Camp George]

Description: Photograph of northwest corner of Camp George. It is a dark, one story wooden building. A chimney extends from the west side. A screened porch extends from the north side with steps out in front. The house is propped atop wooden blocks. An "x" is placed on the lower end of the chimney with a handwritten note at the bottom of the image, "x Where Rosenberg tried to break in!".
Date: unknown
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[The original Polly Ryon Memorial Hospital]

Description: Photograph of the original Polly Ryon Memorial Hospital. The sprawling single story brick building is partially hid by landscaping. The front entrance, near the center of the building, has many windows, including full length windows to the left of the main entry doorway. Window units are seen in several of the windows to the left of the main entrance. There are six automobiles in the parking lot. A roof top to a large two story house can be seen in left background. Written on back of photograph in pencil: "9/1/55 Polly Ryon Memorial Hospital". Stamped on back in black: Humpola Photo Studio Rosenberg, Texas [in red] Aug 23 1955".
Date: August 23, 1955
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Photograph of Mamie Davis George and a group of five women and one man]

Description: Photograph of Mamie Davis George and a group of five women and one man standing outside the Mamie Davis George Prayer Chapel. The plaque bearing the name of the building can be seen just to the right of the open double doors of the chapel. Mrs. Davis is standing to the left of the plaque. The plaque reads: "MAMIE DAVIS GEORGE CHAPEL 1960". George has gray hair and is wearing dark rimmed glasses. Her dark dress has a corsage pinned on the left shoulder in honor of the dedication of the chapel named after her. She has a dark hat with a large two tone bow in front partially covering her gray hair. On back of photo: in pencil "1-5x7 #8"; and black stamp "Humpola Photo Studio Rosenberg, Texas".
Date: 1960
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Fourteen women and three men in the Mamie Davis George Prayer Chapel]

Description: Photograph of a group of fourteen women and three men in the Mamie Davis George Prayer Chapel taken during the dedication of the chapel. George, who is wearing a dark dress and hat, is seated in the metal folding chair in the center of the photograph. The chapel was adjacent to the Polly Ryon Memorial Hospital and the building was once the Calvary Episcopal Church. [This photograph is similar to 2000.018.009 except two of the women in the front row have removed their eyeglasses and the woman on front row, left is not holding a purse with floral accents in the 009 photo]. Back of photo: in pencil "[erasures] 1-5x7, 1-5x7, 1-5x7 #6"; and stamped in black "Humpola Photo Studio Rosenberg, Texas."
Date: 1960
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Children at the George School]

Description: Photograph of the George School with the "L" addition. The George School is a white wooden building with an "L" shape. A front porch extends across the full length of the front. Sidewalks are seen in front of the porch and to the left and right of the front entrance. The sidewalk on the left leads to the "L" addition entrance. Several students are standing near the second, "L" addition entrance. The addition was probably made in 1937 or 1938. "The younger kids in the addition, older kids in front. Sliding door separated the rooms. Two teachers. George School had school desks with ink wells in the desk. Box suppers to raise money for the school, held at night, to buy Christmas gifts for the school kids. People from Richmond/ Rosenberg, would bid on the boxes in an auction. Person who made the box ate with the person who bought it. Decorated boxes real pretty, and sealed. Contents were a surprise: sandwiches, cookies, cake. For children in George School only. Mid-year, in the summertime, midterm."
Date: [1937..1938]
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park