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[Portrait of Garland A. Tunnell]

Description: Portrait of Garland A. Tunnell as a small child. Tunnell is visible from the torso up, wearing a dark-colored coat with a white shirt, and a patterned bow tie. Tunnell has long, curled hair hanging behind his ears. He is sitting in front of a dark, formal background. Handwritten text on the back of the photograph: "Garland Tunnell, son of Aseai Fannie Tunnell."
Date: unknown
Partner: Sinton Texas Historical Museum

[Photograph of the Tunnell Children]

Description: Photograph of Roy, Ray, J. C. and Guy Tunnell as children, seated in front of the Sinton Methodist Church. The children are visible wearing light-colored clothing. Three of them are wearing light-colored hats, while one is wearing a dark-colored hat. Also visible in front of the children is a flower bed, and others can be seen surrounding them. Handwritten text on front of the photograph: "Roy, Ray, J. C. and Guy." Handwritten text on the back of the photograph: "about 1912, Sinton Methodist Church in background."
Date: 1912~
Partner: Sinton Texas Historical Museum

[Sinton Home]

Description: Photograph of a Sinton home. The house has a white exterior, with pillars and a white picket fence. A small tree can be seen in the foreground of the picture. Handwritten text on the front of the photograph: "Sinton Home - J. C. + Grandfather." Handwritten text on the back of the photograph: "Year 1912, This house since remodeled is on corner 3 blocks or 4 blocks south of al cave Ford dealer."
Date: 1912
Partner: Sinton Texas Historical Museum

[Sinton US Post Office]

Description: Photograph of the Sinton United States Post Office grand opening. Multiple people are sitting in chairs outside the doors, and three individuals are at a table with a microphone. Two flags are posted on either edge of the brick wall at the front of the office. Two framed portraits of men are hanging on the wall underneath the office's label. Handwritten text on the back of the photograph: "New Sinton, Tx post office relocated from Rachael St. to S San Patricio St. Grand Opening Ceremony."
Date: 1966
Creator: San Patricio Electric Cooperative, Inc.
Partner: Sinton Texas Historical Museum

[Sinton Country Home]

Description: Photograph of a Sinton country home that sits on 6 acres of land. Flowerbeds can be seen around the exterior of the house. Handwritten text on the front of the photograph: "Sinton Country Home." Handwritten text on the back of the photograph: "6 acre farm home near Sinton, year 1911, purchased by J. J. White."
Date: 1911
Partner: Sinton Texas Historical Museum

[Postcard of G. A. Tunnell and U. U. Stallings]

Description: Photograph of two cousins G. A. Tunnell (pictured left) and U. U. Stalllings (pictured right) clothed in dark-colored military uniforms and light-colored hats. Handwritten on front of the photograph are the numbers one and two, labeling each man according to the order of names written on the back of the photograph. Handwritten text on back of the photograph: "G. A. Tunnell, U. U. Stallings."
Date: unknown
Partner: Sinton Texas Historical Museum

[Illustration of Sinton High School]

Description: Black-and-white illustration of the front of Sinton High School, from the perspective of the road. There is a pathway leading up to the front doors, with a large tree to the left and a flagpole on the right side of the illustration. Text in the lower-left corner says, "Sinton High School. Created especially for the Class of 1964 by Al Cave 'Your Friendly Ford Dealer'."
Date: 1964
Creator: Misselhorn, Roscoe
Partner: Sinton Texas Historical Museum

[1938-1939 Sinton HS Marching Band]

Description: Photograph of the 1938-39 Sinton High School marching band standing in uniform rows in the bleachers. Three drum majors are pictured in white in the front of the band, and the rest of the band members are seen wearing dark colored jackets with white pants. In the middle of the top row, a student can be seen holding a banner that reads "Sinton High School Band." Handwritten text on the front of the photograph: "Photo by: W. H. Congdon." Handwritten text on the back of the photograph "Sinton High School Band 1938/1939, Loaned by Martha Tice."
Date: 1938
Creator: Congdon, W. H.
Partner: Sinton Texas Historical Museum

[Portrait of the Williams family]

Description: Portrait of the Williams family. The family are almost all wearing dark-colored clothing, except for the infant and one of the younger girls, who are wearing a white one-piece shirt and a plaid dress, respectively. Handwritten text on the back of the photograph: "This is picture of my Dad & Mother & 5 of the older children. From left sitting in chair Mary Ellen (Stewart) Williams in her lap is Lillie Williams, Hansford Williams and Leucy standing in back. (Dad) Roland Absolum Williams sitting in chair at right. In front Hattie Pearl Williams standing by mother. Leola Williams standing by Dad. Ora Lelyole Williams & Beulah Edith Williams came came along later. To Jimmie from Nannie B."
Date: unknown
Partner: Sinton Texas Historical Museum

[1938-1939 Sinton HS Graduates]

Description: Photograph of the 1938-1939 graduating class seated in front of a brick wall outside the school. Handwritten text on the front of the photograph: "Photo by W. H. Congdon, R2-13112, Corpus Christi - 1938 Sinton 1939 - #2 - 1938-39." Handwritten text on the back of the photograph: "1938-1939} Seniors - Loaned by Martha Tice."
Date: 1938
Creator: Congdon, W. H.
Partner: Sinton Texas Historical Museum

[1931 Sinton HS Football Team]

Description: Photograph of the 1931 Sinton High School football team lined up in front of brick walls of the school. The players are wearing white jerseys with dark colored pants and cleats, and are flanked by their coaches, who are both wearing white shirts, dark jackets and dark pants. Handwritten text on the front of the photograph: "Pirates, Sinton High School, 1931 - J. B. Ewing, Coach, E. M. Smith, Asst. Coach."
Date: 1931
Partner: Sinton Texas Historical Museum

[1938-1939 Sinton HS Pep-Squad]

Description: Photograph of 1938-1939 Sinton High School pepsquad. The girls are visible wearing white tops and black skirts. The group is sitting in front of a brick wall of the school. Handwritten text on front of the photograph: "Photo by W. H. Congdon, R2-131112 Corpus Christi - `938 Sinton 1939 - PepSquad 1938-39." Handwritten text on back of the photograph: "PepSquad 1938/1939, Loaned by Martha Tice."
Date: 1938
Creator: Congdon, W. H.
Partner: Sinton Texas Historical Museum

[Pearl Harbor Survivors Association]

Description: Photograph of the Pearl Harbor Survivors Association, presumably from the Sinton area. Fourteen men are pictured, most wearing a button-up shirt and slacks. Two men on the front row are holding a sign that reads "Pearl Harbor Survivors Association". Handwritten text on the back of the photograph: "3 col cropped, Pearl Harbor - 150%."
Date: unknown
Partner: Sinton Texas Historical Museum

[1954 Plymouth Oilers Baseball Team]

Description: Photograph of the 1954 Plymouth Oilers semi-pro baseball team with their state championship trophy. Twenty people are pictured, most of them in uniforms or in coach's attire. The team is picture near home plate, and stadium lights can be seen in the background behind the team. Printed text on the back of the photograph: "In reproducing, please credit: Plymouth Oil Co. photo by Will Thompson."
Date: 1954
Creator: Thompson, Will
Partner: Sinton Texas Historical Museum

[Photograph of Dave Odem]

Description: Photograph of San Patricio County Sheriff Dave Odem, who served from 1882-1914. Odem is pictured with a horse, and is wearing a brown jacket, a white shirt, and a tan-colored hat. Visible behind Odem are black carriages parked at a large building, with small houses in the distance.
Date: unknown
Creator: Gerdes, Mildred
Location Info:
Partner: Sinton Texas Historical Museum

[Plymouth Camp Children's Choir]

Description: Photograph of Methodist children singing in Plymouth Camp's children's choir. The children are standing in two rows in front of a small stained glass window wearing white rights with dark-colored ribbons around the collar, holding hymn books as they sing. Handwritten text on the back of the photograph: "Methodist children of Plymouth Camp - Mickey Moore, Marilyn Moore, Sid King, Billy Mack Spencer, Anita Stewart, Millie Burton."
Date: unknown
Partner: Sinton Texas Historical Museum

[Scoreboard at Plymouth Oilers Park]

Description: Photograph of the scoreboard and two scorekeepers at Plymouth Oilers Park. The men are wearing long sleeves, long pants and hats, and in the process of posting the first inning score. Visible in the photograph is the "Guests" and "Oilers" portion of the scoreboard, up until the third inning.
Date: unknown
Partner: Sinton Texas Historical Museum

[Portrait of Garland A. Tunnell]

Description: Portrait of George A. Tunnell when he was a boy standing behind a white chair. Tunnell is wearing a light-colored shirt with a dark-colored suit that has short pants. Tunnell is standing in front of a formal background. Handwritten text on the back of the photograph: "Garland Tunnell, son of Mary Frances Tunnell."
Date: unknown
Partner: Sinton Texas Historical Museum