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[Fenn House]

Description: Photograph of a one story house with hip roof, attached porch supported by turned columns with jigsaw trim and brackets, simple architecture over windows are 2/2. Built by present owner's father, may be the oldest house in Arcola. It is a good example of a simple frame house built in Fort Bend County in the early 20th century. The Fenns are an old family in the area. Used as shop and residence. The house sits in a small rural community on a very busy highway. Address is 5039 Highway 288.
Date: 1910
Creator: Fenn, W. J.
Partner: Fort Bend County Libraries

[Kinch Hiller Home]

Description: Photograph of a two story building. The Kinch Hiller 16 room home at the south end of 3rd Street. The Kinch Hiller was purchased and used as the first hospital in Rosenberg until the 1940's - then it was bought by Triska for a funeral home. The building wasn't used and torn down.
Date: unknown
Creator: Rosenberg Development Company
Partner: Fort Bend County Libraries

[Wagon Stopped in Front of C. W. Smith's Hardware Store]

Description: Photograph of a cart pulled by two horses stopped in front of a hardware store that sells cement, line, lumber, brick, cedar posts, and farm implements. A row of 5 men stand near the cart. Glen Hamlink, the owner, stands on the left of C. W. Smith, the two standing on the right-hand side of the picture wearing similar sweaters. Leonard Hamlink stands at the left-most position near the team and wagon.
Date: unknown
Partner: Fort Bend County Libraries

[Rosenberg Main Street]

Description: Photograph of a dirt road cutting through the small but thriving town of Rosenberg. Several carts pulled by horses are tied outside of many business buildings.
Date: unknown
Creator: Schlueter, Houston
Partner: Fort Bend County Libraries
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