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[Letter with letterhead "The Cattleman"]

Description: Letter with letterhead from "The Cattleman Published By The Texas & Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association 410 E. Weatherford St., Fort Worth, Texas 76102, Phone 817/332-7155, Paul W. Horn, Editor" Contents of letter dated April 27, 1970: Mr. Hilmar G. Moore 900 Hillcrest, Richmond, Texas 77469 Dear Hilmar: Enclosed are the photographs which I took when I was with you and Walter at the George Ranch. The day was not the best and the photographer could have been a little better too. I understand Roger went out the next day when he had some sunlight. I hope he got some good shots for you. Sincerely, [signed] Paul W. Horn (cr) Paul W. Horn PWH/cr Enclosure CC: Walter Cardwell, Jr. Box 1018 Lockhart, Texas 78644."
Date: April 27, 1970
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Newspaper article titled "Pushing cattle to Bellaire"]

Description: Newspaper article titled "Pushing cattle to Bellaire Cowboy: No place like home on the range" taken from the HERALD COASTER and written by Sharon Wallingford dated Wednesday, April 27, 1988. The article spotlights Oscar "Lightning" Autrey, a African-American cowboy. Written at the top of the article "Grandpa Jodarski first settled in Booth Tex when he came here - This is how it was 1920 - He knew Mr & Mrs Booth well. Written at bottom: "Ethel was born in Booth, Texas."
Date: April 27, 1988
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Photograph of a Santa Gertrudis bull taken in a pasture on the George Ranch]

Description: Photograph of a Santa Gertrudis bull taken in a pasture on the George Ranch. Barb wire fence directly beyond the haltered bull. Barns and buildings in left and right background. Automobile and storage tank in center left background. Trees in left background. Back of photograph written in blue ink: "George Ranch Sold at Mid Coast Sale Feb. 27, 1971 - $1425 to Dick Vesfar [?]".
Date: February 27, 1971
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Photograph of the George Ranch house yard]

Description: Photograph of the George Ranch house yard. The huge oak tree on far left is the Nancy Jones oak tree which, according to the "1996 George Ranch Historical Park Interpreter Training Manual", she planted in 1824. The tree house was later added by the George's for Mary Jones, daughter of Mamie's cousin Henry Jones. There is a wooden rocking chair to the left, near the trunk of the oak tree and there are three more wooden chairs in the yard on the right. A corner of the George Ranch house is visible on the left edge of photo. Vines cover the tops of the wire fence that partially encloses the yard. Trees in background. Written in pencil on the back of the photo: "Back yard of A. P. George Residence". Stamped on back in black: "Jan 27 1937 [1937 underlined with pencil]" and "526". The back is watermarked "Velox".
Date: January 27, 1937
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Photograph of the George Ranch house yard focuses on the Nancy Jones oak tree]

Description: Photograph of the George Ranch house yard focuses on the Nancy Jones oak tree. According to the "1996 George Ranch Historical Park Interpreter Training Manual", the tree was planted in 1824 by Nancy Jones and the Georges later added the tree house for Mary Jones, daughter of Mamie George's cousin Henry Jones. A spiral staircase around the trunk of the tree leads to the large wooden tree house. A pole to the left of the photograph is being utilized to support a huge sagging limb. Another oak tree on left center has a lawn mower leaning against its trunk. There is a wooden chair to the right rear of the tree. Vines top the wire fence to left; shrubs and trees in background. Stamped on back in black: "Jan 27 1937" and "526". Back is watermarked with "Velox".
Date: January 27, 1937
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Trees in the George Ranch yard]

Description: Photograph of the George Ranch house yard. There are two wooden lawn chairs to the left and right of the photo. Cedar trees (with other trees among them) from left to center right. A wooden fence can be seen at a break between trees on right. Top of a utility pole in center background. Trees in distance. Stamped in black on back of photo: "526" and Jan 27 1937". Back is watermarked "Velox".
Date: January 27, 1937
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park