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[Avenue G. Commercial Buildings 3]

Description: Photograph of three commercial buildings on Avenue G with the addresses 1903, 1915, and 1919. The buildings are all two story brick with flat roofs. Two have layered frieze of brick, textured design around windows, arched and rectangle. One has arched windows with decorative brick work. One has a false gable facade with textured brick work. These buildings are a good row of commercial brick buildings from the early development of Rosenberg. They are still fairly intact and could form a district with several other significant commercial structures.
Date: 1900
Creator: Vogelsang, Louis
Partner: Fort Bend County Libraries

[Airplane in Field at Beasley]

Description: Photograph of a man and woman standing in front of an early plane in a field with a mother and child standing near the far wing of the plane. Several automobiles can be seen near the right-most edge of the photograph. The airplane took paid flights around the area.
Date: unknown
Partner: Fort Bend County Libraries

[Levy's Store]

Description: Photograph of six men standing in a grocery store. Goods line the walls and shelves on three sides and a rack of bananas stand in the center. One of the men pictured is the owner, Levy L. Van Syke.
Date: unknown
Creator: Syke, Levy L. Van
Partner: Fort Bend County Libraries

[Pearson-Winston House]

Description: Photograph of a one story frame with pitch roof, inset porch with gable front, cut work barge board, porch supported by square columns with balustrade. Transom over the door. Windows are 2/2. Col. P. E. Pearson, civil war veteran and lawyer whose firm has practiced in Richmond for over 100 years moved this house to this house to this site in 1869 to be next door to his widowed mother. T. B. Winston, descendant of Jane Long lived at the same house from 1931-1961.
Date: unknown
Creator: Hinds, Dorothy
Partner: Fort Bend County Libraries

[Pearson-Winston House 6]

Description: Photograph of a one story frame with pitch roof, inset porch with gable front, cut work barge board, porch supported by square columns with balustrade. Transom over the door. Windows are 2/2. Col. P. E. Pearson, civil war veteran and lawyer whose firm has practiced in Richmond for over 100 years moved this house to this house to this site in 1869 to be next door to his widowed mother. T. B. Winston, descendant of Jane Long lived at the same house from 1931-1961.
Date: unknown
Creator: Hinds, Dorothy
Partner: Fort Bend County Libraries

[Buildings on Calhoun Street 2]

Description: Photograph of two buildings, one two stories and both with overhanging porches, on the other side of a train track that runs through the center of the road. Power lines also run in front of the building, and a commercial truck is parked on the left.
Date: unknown
Partner: Fort Bend County Libraries

[Sugar Milll & Refinery]

Description: Photograph of a series of factory buildings behind a train that moves down one of two tracks. The note on the photograph claims the sugar mill and refinery is "a million dollar plant."
Date: unknown
Creator: Schlueter, Houston
Partner: Fort Bend County Libraries

[South Texas Prairie]

Description: Photograph of a car on a dirt road cutting through the wide open prairie on either side. The photograph adds, "South Texas Prairie Where The Gulf Breeze Blows."
Date: unknown
Creator: Schlueter, Houston
Partner: Fort Bend County Libraries

[Avenue G. Commercial Buildings 5]

Description: Photograph of three commercial buildings on Avenue G with the addresses 1903, 1915, and 1919. The buildings are all two story brick with flat roofs. Two have layered frieze of brick, textured design around windows, arched and rectangle. One has arched windows with decorative brick work. One has a false gable facade with textured brick work. These buildings are a good row of commercial brick buildings from the early development of Rosenberg. They are still fairly intact and could form a district with several other significant commercial structures.
Date: 1900
Creator: Vogelsang, Louis
Partner: Fort Bend County Libraries

[Concord Teacherage]

Description: Photograph of the first school in Fairchilds, five miles from Needville, Texas. From 1930 to 1931, that teacher was Henry Ripple. From 1931 to 1934, it was Mrs. Anna McGar. The last teacher was Hermina Lehmann from 1934 to the school's closure in 1937. The building pictured is the living quarters provided to the teacher of the Concord School.
Date: 1930
Partner: Fort Bend County Libraries