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[Rasmussen Family at the Palacios Pavillion Beach]

Description: Copy negative of a black and white photograph of the Rasmussen family posing at the beach (more specifically, at the Palacios Pavillion). The body of water behind them is a bay with a bridge running across it. There are three women and one young girl, who is holding hands with both the women on either side of her. They are all wearing striped tank-top swimsuits. The two women on the right are also wearing bathing caps and socks. According to accompanying information, Helen Rasmussen is the second woman from the right.
Date: 1924
Partner: Danish Heritage Preservation Society

[Three Individuals on the Tres Palaicios Swing Bridge]

Description: Copy negative of a black and white photograph of three individuals standing on a swing bridge over the Tres Palacios River. They are identified as Lars Wind, Dora Wind, and Harold Jensen. Both of the men are wearing white shirts, black pants, and pork pie hats; they are also both holding cane fishing poles. Dora is standing between the two men. The bridge's metal supports and railing are visible on either side of them.
Date: unknown
Partner: Danish Heritage Preservation Society

Tres Palacios Swing Bridge

Description: Black and white photograph of a swing bridge that crosses over the Tres Palacios River in Texas, southwest of El Maton. In the foreground is a tree that partly covers the view of the bridge, which is in the middle ground.
Date: unknown
Partner: Danish Heritage Preservation Society

[Photograph of a Rainbow Bridge Parade]

Description: Photograph of a parade for the ribbon cutting ceremony of Rainbow Bridge. The procession is being lead by African American men in military uniform. On either side of the parade is a crowd watching from both the street and from the windows of nearby buildings.
Date: unknown
Partner: Museum of the Gulf Coast

[Photograph of Canal Bank in Port Arthur, Texas, February 2, 1922]

Description: Photograph of the Port Arthur, Texas, ship canal and bridge showing signs of erosion. The grass and sand of the bank shows vehicle tracks, leading back past power lines and towards houses. The mid portion of the photo displays the bridge raised over the canal with some people standing along the structure. On the lower right portion of the photo is a dated note describing the view.
Date: February 2, 1922
Partner: Museum of the Gulf Coast

[Ship Passing Under Drawbridge]

Description: Photograph of the C. B. Watson Ship passing through a drawbridge. There is dark smoke coming out of the ship's smokestack and a few of the crew members are visible on board. "C. B. Watson" is written in the bottom left corner of the photograph, and a sticker on the back identifies the photographer as Phil Richards.
Date: unknown
Creator: Richards, Phil
Partner: Museum of the Gulf Coast

[Ship Passing Under Bridge]

Description: Aerial photograph of a ship that has just passed under a large bridge, identified as Rainbow Bridge. The ship is in the right center of the photograph and extends from the bridge to the edge of the frame. The bridge is on the left side of the photograph and a truck and car are visible driving over it. A stamp on the back of the photograph identifies the photograph as J. C. Watkins, and handwriting dates it from September 22, 1954.
Date: September 22, 1954
Creator: Watkins, J. C.
Partner: Museum of the Gulf Coast

[View of Ship Passing Through Drawbridge]

Description: Photograph of a town on the edge of a river with a ship passing through a bridge, identified as Pleasure Pier drawbridge. Cars are waiting for the ship to pass on either side of the bridge. There is what appears to be a factory in the distance with multiple smokestacks. A stamp on the back of the photograph identifies the photographer as J. C. Watkins.
Date: November 19, 1952
Creator: Watkins, J. C.
Partner: Museum of the Gulf Coast

[Bridge Damaged by Being Struck by Ship]

Description: Photograph of a bridge damaged by being struck by the S.S. Splendor. The bridge is upright in the air, and four men are on the dock in front of it. There is handwriting on the back of the photograph that describes the scene and dates it April 26, 1916.
Date: April 16, 1916
Partner: Museum of the Gulf Coast