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[The George Ranch house from a northwest approach]

Description: Postcard image of the George Ranch House northwest approach. The house is white wooden and two story. The bottom porch of the house has brick columns, while the top porch has white, round columns and both have white wooden railing. Three of the four brick chimneys are visible in this photo. The cistern house on the right side of the photograph is unpainted at this period. The windmill is partially visible between the limbs of the huge oak tree on far right. The house is surrounded by a picket fence which in turn is partially enclosed by a wire fence for foul. On the George house, note that both porches are open and no driveway has been formed in front.
Date: [1911..1924]
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[The George Ranch house from an east approach]

Description: Photograph of the George Ranch house, east approach. The two story white wooden house has three of the four chimneys visible. The two open porches on have white railing. There is a rocking chair on the bottom porch. Two oak trees partially obscure view of the front of house. The cistern house, to the left of the main house, is not painted and has no weather vane on top during this period. The top of a windmill is seen between the cistern house and the main house. A white picket fence is in front of the house and a wire fence for foul encloses the picket fence. Inside of the wire fence on right and to the left of the wooden gate are several wooden boxes (coops ?). There is no driveway leading to front. Stamped on back of photo in black: "316".
Date: [1911..1924]
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[The George Ranch house from a northwest approach]

Description: Postcard image of the George Ranch House northwest approach. The house is white wooden and two story. The bottom porch of the house has brick columns, while the top porch has white, round columns and both have white wooden railing. Three of the four brick chimneys are visible in this photo. The cistern house on the right side of the photograph is unpainted at this period. The windmill is partially visible between the limbs of the huge oak tree on far right. The house is surrounded by a picket fence which in turn is partially enclosed by a wire fence for foul. On the George house, note that both porches are open and no driveway has been formed in front.
Date: [1911..1924]
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[George Ranch yard covered in snow]

Description: Photograph of the George Ranch house yard, probably the east yard, looking North. The photo was taken after a snow and ice storm. The ranch house yard is covered with snow, and the tree branches are encased in ice. There is a small wooden coop on left of photo. There are several birds within the fenced area (possibly turkeys). Wooden feeder near center right with birds around it. A wire extends from top left center to right of photo. Three trees in fenced area. Wooden fence in background with a small white building on far side near center. Trees in distance. Stamped on back of photo in black: "9 592". Stamped in purple: "This is a Genuine Fox Tone Picture [outline of fox] Picture Made By Fox Co. San Antonio, Texas".
Date: 1924
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[The George Ranch house and cistern house]

Description: Postcard image of the George Ranch House taken before December 21, 1924. The ranch house is a two story white wooden home with four visible brick chimneys. The bottom porch of the house has brick columns, while the top porch has white, round columns and both have white wooden railing. There is one dormer above the top porch. The cistern house has a stairway with white railing leading to the door near top. There is an African-American man standing next to the white picket fence on the left side of the photo. Three people are sitting on the front porch of the house. In this photograph, note that both porches are open, the cistern house is unpainted, upstairs and downstairs windows are shuttered, the cistern house has a weather vane at the top, foul pens in front of house, and no driveway has been formed in front of the house. Underneath the picture, hand-written: "GEORGE HOUSE MADE INTO TWO STORY". Back of post card in black: "Post Card Correspondence Here Name and Address Here AZO [written four times to form a square with triangles in each corner] Place Stamp Here [written inside of square]. Images are slightly blurred.
Date: [1911..1924]
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Ten men in uniform, mounted on dark horses]

Description: Postcard of ten men in uniform mounted on dark horses. There are fifteen horses in the picture; eight harnessed to two separate buggies. Two men on horses are in the foreground of the other eight, who are lined up in a row. There are two trees in the far left of the postcard. There is a white "East National Bank" building in the background and a smaller building in the far right center of the picture. On the back of the postcard: "10/15/17 (at top) Oct 16 2 PM (post office stamp) 1 cent stamp" Addressed to "Mr and Mrs APGeorge Richmond, Texas" Other writing is on back, but illegible due to the back of the postcard's attachment to the back of another postcard.
Date: October 15, 1917
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[George School, one story, white wooden building]

Description: Photograph (copy of an original) of the George School building. The one story, white wooden building has four white columns supporting the front porch. Brick chimney to the left of the front porch. A wing at the back of the building gives an "L" shape to the school building. The building is bordered by shrubbery. Written in white in bottom right corner of photo: "Hamilton - Wharton".
Date: [1937..1939]
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Man sitting on a horse, wearing a dark suit and a hat]

Description: Postcard sent to A.P. George. Gentleman sitting on a saddled horse, wearing a dark suit, white shirt, dark tie and dark hat. Most likely T. W. "Bud" Davis in front of the Davis family cook's house. The house has visible shutters on windows, an open door on the right side, a rocking chair on center, right of porch and is held up by brick supports. "Crazy, Mineral Wells, Texas" box on front porch by open door. Water pump in front of house, to the left of "Bud". Under photograph handwritten: "Best cow Pony in Texas".
Date: unknown
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Wily Jones standing on a wooden porch]

Description: Postcard of Wily Jones standing on the wooden porch of a building with shutters on his left side. Wiley Jones has white hair, long white beard and is wearing a light colored shirt, dark sweater (buttoned halfway down), dark, cuffed trousers and boots. He is holding a dark hat in his left hand. His right hand is closed by his right side. He is looking off to his left.
Date: unknown
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Bus and bus driver from the George Richmond School District]

Description: Photograph (copy of an original) of the bus and bus driver from the George Richmond School District. The driver, standing next to the dark painted bus, is wearing light colored pants, light colored shirt, and a hat. He has his right hand on his waist. There are trees in the background and partial view of a two story white house on right background.. Written across the side of the bus: "Booth - George Richmond School District". Written at bottom of picture in black: "Booth - George - Richmond Bus - Max Nowak, Driver" and in white near bottom corner: "Hamilton".
Date: [1937..1939]
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Men working in the rice field around a truck at the George Ranch]

Description: Photograph taken on the George Ranch of men working in the rice field. There is a truck on the left side of the photo with a man standing in the bed. The man is partially visible (hat) above the cab of the truck and through the back glass. He may be unloading supplies. There is another man on the right side of the photo standing near boxes and paper that are on the ground of the field. The front ends of two tractors can be seen on either side of the truck. Telephone poles in background from left to center. This photograph is part of the Edward Kopycinski collection. The photograph is bordered by a black border with "Fox Co." printed in the top left and bottom right corners. Stamped on back of photograph in blue: "2 21". Also stamped on back in black: "Guaranteed For Life This Is A Genuine Border Fox Tone Picture [outline of fox] Made By Fox Company, San Antonio, Texas Oct. 1938". The photo is watermarked "Velox" on back.
Date: October 1938
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Two men lifting a steel drum in a field at the George Ranch]

Description: Photograph taken at the George Ranch of two men working in the rice field. The men are lifting a steel drum. Man in foreground (with back to camera) is wearing dark colored pants, long sleeved shirt, and straw cowboy hat. The man on the far end of the drum is wearing a long sleeved shirt and he is smoking a cigarette. Equipment on right side of photo. Rice field in background. Top "tee" portion of a utility pole on far left edge of photo. The photograph is part of the Edward Kopycinski collection. The photograph is bordered by a black border with "Fox Co." printed in the top left and bottom right corners. Stamped on back of photograph in blue: "2 21". Also stamped on back in black: "Guaranteed For Life This Is A Genuine Border Fox Tone Picture [outline of fox] Made By Fox Company, San Antonio, Texas Oct. 1938". The photo is watermarked "Velox" on back.
Date: October 1938
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Two men standing on top of haystacks at the George Ranch]

Description: Photograph of two men standing on top haystacks at the George Ranch. Man on left is standing on top of a haystack that is on the ground. The man on right is standing on top of a haystack that is loaded onto a cart pulled by two white mules. Both men are wearing large straw hats and holding wooden handles to hay forks. The photograph is bordered by a black pattern that has "ELKO" printed in each corner. Stamped on back of photo in black: "1 289".
Date: [1937..1942]
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[George Ranch house and yard after a freeze]

Description: Photograph of the George Ranch house and yard after a freeze. The wire fence is ice covered along with a tree in the center of the photograph. The George Ranch house is a two story white wooden house on the left side of the photograph. The east face of the house has covered porch areas on first and second floor. Large oak trees in front of and to the right of the house. The photograph is bordered by a black pattern that has "Fox Co." printed in the top right and bottom left corners. Stamped on back in black: "Fox-Tone Print Fox Co. [outline of fox] San Antonio, Texas February 1951".
Date: February 1951
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[A man on a tractor that is pulling harvesting rice at George Ranch]

Description: Photograph taken on the George Ranch two men harvesting rice. A man wearing overalls, white shirt, and cap is sitting on the fender of the tractor. Another man, only partially viewed (hat and shirt) is sitting on top of the stack of rice in the cart being pulled by the tractor. Small stacks of hay seen in the field to the left. This photo is part of the Edward Kopycinski collection. The photograph is bordered by a black border with "Fox Co." printed in the top left and bottom right corners. Stamped on back of photograph in blue: "2 21". Also stamped on back in black: "Guaranteed For Life This Is A Genuine Border Fox Tone Picture [outline of fox] Made By Fox Company, San Antonio, Texas Oct. 1938". The photo is watermarked "Velox" on back.
Date: October 1938
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Two men standing near a rice thresher at the George Ranch]

Description: Photograph taken on the George Ranch of rice threshing. Two men are standing in front of rows of rice filled sacks (in foreground). The men are also holding one rice filled sack in between them. The Case combine in background is being used to harvest the rice. There is a man on far left standing (with back to camera) on top of equipment. This photograph was taken from the collection of Edward Kopycinski. The photograph is bordered by a black border with "Fox Co." printed in the top left and bottom right corners. Stamped on back of photograph in blue: "2 21". Also stamped on back in black: "Guaranteed For Life This Is A Genuine Border Fox Tone Picture [outline of fox] Made By Fox Company, San Antonio, Texas Oct. 1938". The photo is watermarked "Velox" on back.
Date: October 1938
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[A tractor pulling a combine in a field at the George Ranch]

Description: Photograph taken at the George Ranch of a tractor pulling a combine in a field. There is a man seated on the tractor beneath the umbrella top and a man wearing overalls, long sleeved shirt, and hat, who is walking beside the right rear tire of the tractor. The image is small with dimensions that measure approximately: 2.9 cm x 3.1 cm. The picture has a large white border around perimeter. Stamped on back of photograph in black: "29U 1947 Trade Mark Reg. Fox-Tone Fox Co [in outline of fox] San Antonio, Texas".
Date: 1947
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Man standing on rice sacks in a rice field at the George Ranch]

Description: Photograph taken on the George Ranch of a man standing on rice sacks in a rice field. The man is wearing light colored pants (rolled up to his knees), long sleeved shirt, and hat. He appears to be in his stockings. There is a man standing on the other side of the sacks with his back to the camera. He is probably sewing the rice filled sacks shut. The machinery partially seen on the left side of the photo is a threshing machine. Smoke can be seen coming from the smoke stack of the Case combine. The photograph is part of the Edward Kopycinski collection. The photograph is bordered by a black border with "Fox Co." printed in the top left and bottom right corners. Stamped on back of photograph in blue: "2 21". Also stamped on back in black: "Guaranteed For Life This Is A Genuine Border Fox Tone Picture [outline of fox] Made By Fox Company, San Antonio, Texas Oct. 1938". The photo is watermarked "Velox" on back.
Date: October 1938
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Nine boys that were part of the George School baseball team]

Description: Photograph (copy of an original) of nine boys that were part of the George School baseball team. The boys are lined up according to their height with tallest on left and shortest on the right. Three baseball bats form a triangle near the center foreground. White wooden exterior wall of a building in background (probably the George School building). Written on back of photo in pencil: "George School Ball Team (1) Edwin Kopycinski, (2) Milton __, (3) Leon Kachinski (4) John Kopycinski, (5) Eric Kopycinski, (6) Frank Jodarski, (7) James Cobb, (8) Steve Cobb & (9) Stenbrig Cobb."
Date: [1936..1939]
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Two men pitching hay from the top of a hay stack on the George Ranch]

Description: Photograph of two men pitching hay from the top of a hay stack on the George Ranch. There are poles at the center of each stack for support and to help form them. The two men are forming a third stack. Stack on far left has a wooden ladder leaning against it. Wooden stock pen in foreground with a post hole digger leaning in the far right corner. The photograph is bordered by a black patter with "ELKO" printed in each corner. Stamped on back of photo in black: "1 444".
Date: [1937..1942]
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Twenty students and one teacher in front of the George School]

Description: Photograph (copy of an original) of twenty students and one teacher in front of the George School. The students are posed in the "L" shaped area of the George School. The school building is the white wooden building in the background. Written on the back of the photograph in black: "1938 February (sic) Class of 38 George School Teacher: Ethel Sympson First Row: Francis Sopchack, Clara ? , ? , Hattie Gorka, Stanley Sykowski, Josephine Rogge. Second Row: ? , Bernice Linke, Vincent Sykowski, Katherine Piosecky, Florence Kopycinski, Mable Mahiezek, Angeline Piosecky, Johnny Gorka. Third Row: 6th Boy - Ben Sopchack."
Date: February 1938
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park
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