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Overview

Biographical Sketch

Scope and Contents of the Collection

Arrangement of the Collection

Restrictions

Index Terms

Related Material

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Don Kelly Southeast Texas postcard collection, about 1898-about 1997, bulk about 1898-about 1930,

Texas State Library and Archives Commission

Don Kelly:

An Inventory of the Don Kelly Southeast Texas Postcard Collection at the Sam Houston Regional Library and Research Center, Texas State Archives, about 1898- about 1997, bulk about 1898-about 1930



Overview

Creator: Kelly, Don, 1940-
Title: Don Kelly Southeast Texas postcard collection
Dates: about 1898-about 1997
Dates: bulk about 1898-about 1930
Abstract: Don Kelly, Southeast Texas community leader, collected 1473 postcards, picture postcards, photographic postcards, and photographs depicting notable scenes of life, locale, and architecture in an area of Southeast Texas surrounding the cities of Orange, Beaumont, and Port Arthur. These three cities comprise the principal subjects of the collection; additional places depicted include the Spindletop Oil Field, Sabine Pass, Sour Lake, the Sabine River, and the Neches River. Dates covered are about 1898 to about 1997, the bulk about 1898 to about 1930. Subjects covered include church buildings, public schools, school buildings, hotels, oil fields, oil wells, oil refineries, restaurants, dwellings, streets, central business districts, parks, city halls, hospitals, post office stations and branches, courthouses, floods, industrial buildings, railroad stations, rivers, waterfronts, mills and mill-work, cargo ships, commercial buildings, the properties of John Warne Gates, the Texas & New Orleans Railroad Company, the Southern Pacific Railroad Company, the Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railroad Company, Texaco, Inc., and the Gulf Oil Corporation. These materials have been digitized and are part of the Texas Digital Archive.
Quantity: 0.75 cubic ft. (1473 items)
Location: Please note that these records are housed at the Sam Houston Regional Library and Research Center, P.O. Box 310, Liberty, Texas 77575, 936-336-8821.
Language: These materials are written in English.
Repository: Texas State Archives
Sponsor: This EAD finding aid was created in cooperation with Texas Archival Resources Online.

Biographical Sketch

Don Kelly was born in Chicago, Illinois on September 22, 1940. He attended the College of St. Thomas in St. Paul, Minnesota, where he received a Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration in 1962. After serving three years as an officer in the United States Air Force, Kelly received a Master of Public Administration degree from the University of Kansas. Kelly would go on to study Urban Studies at Texas Christian University and at the Texas Public Executive Institute of the Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs, the University of Texas at Austin.

Kelly has been engaged in the political and civic life of Southeast Texas for decades. He served as Assistant City Manager of Victoria, Texas, and then as the first Executive Director of the South East Texas Regional Planning Commission from 1970 to 2000. During that time, he served on a number of local and state boards as president, including the Texas Gulf Coast Historical Society (1990-1992), Lamar University's Friends of the Arts, the Jefferson County Mental Health Association, the Sabine Area Chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union, the Texas Assembly of Arts Councils, the Beaumont Steinhagen YMCA, the Volunteer Services Council of the Beaumont State Center, the Volunteers Service Council of the Jefferson County Youth Facility (Texas Youth Commission), the Diocese of Beaumont's Hospitality Center of South Jefferson County, and the Texas Association of Mayors' Committees for the Disabled. Additionally, Kelly served as an Olympic torchbearer for the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta, and ran the torch for a kilometer through the Liberty, Texas. The South East Texas Regional Planning Commission named one of its annual accolades the Don Kelly "South East Texan of the Year" award.

Sources: Biographical note, finding aid for the Southeast Texas Postcard Collection, circa 1900-1975, Tyrell Historical Library http://www.lib.utexas.edu/taro/tyrrell/00013/thl-00013.html.; and "SETRPC hosts 40th annual dinner meeting."The County Record (Orange County, Tex.), January 20, 2012. http://therecordlive.com/2012/01/20/setrpc-hosts-40th-annual-dinner-meeting/, both accessed November 13, 2013.)

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Scope and Contents of the Collection

Don Kelly, Southeast Texas community leader, collected 1473 postcards, picture postcards, photographic postcards, and photographs depicting notable scenes of life, locale, and architecture in an area of Southeast Texas surrounding the cities of Orange, Beaumont, and Port Arthur. These three cities comprise the principal subjects of the collection, though additional places depicted include the Spindletop Oil Field, Sabine Pass, Sour Lake, the Sabine River, and the Neches River. The collection also includes local advertising postcards, and QSL (message receipt code) cards sent by amateur radio operators in the area. Dates covered are about 1898 to about 1997, the bulk about 1898 to about 1930.

Subjects covered include church buildings, public schools, school buildings, hotels, oil fields, oil wells, oil refineries, restaurants, dwellings, streets, central business districts, parks, city halls, hospitals, post office stations and branches, courthouses, floods, industrial buildings, railroad stations, rivers, waterfronts, mills and mill-work, cargo ships, commercial buildings, the properties of John Warne Gates, the Texas & New Orleans Railroad Company, the Southern Pacific Railroad Company, the Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railroad Company, Texaco, inc., and the Gulf Oil Corporation. The majority of the postcards feature visual representations of their subjects; the minority are decorated with illustrations, or feature business advertisements. Most postcards were printed by local and national companies, but several are photographic prints produced by individuals and photography studios. The QSL cards feature the name and contact information of the radio operator who created the card, usually accompanied with a whimsical illustration.

The postcards were published by a variety of companies both based in the subject area and elsewhere, including Colourpicture Publishers, Curt Teich & Co., E. Szafir & Son Co., Albertype Co., S.H. Kress & Co., D.J. Hick's Book Store, Beaumont Cigar Co., E.C. Kropp Co., C.U. Williams, Raphael Tuck & Sons, Tom Jones, Walraven Brothers, Inc., Edwards News Co., Graycraft Card Co., Commercialchrome, Leon Vaxler, Dexter Press, The Rotograph Co., C.E Wheelock & Co., W.C. Griggs, W.M. Cline Co., Curio Art Store, McGrew Color Graphics, Port Arthur Souvenir Store, W.F. Hada, M.L. Zercher, and the Business Men's Studio. Most of the responsible photographers are unknown; the known photographers are John A. Stryker, Frank J. Trost, Orman S. Longstreet, and L.L. Allen.

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Arrangement of the Collection

The items are primarily arranged by Sam Houston Library and Research Center staff alphabetically within one of two fields: city of origin or county of origin. Postcards arranged according to county of origin are internally arranged alphabetically according to city of origin within that county. When applicable, a third level of arrangement by subject was added within the existing headings. In a very small number of cases, postcards with locations outside the target region, or without a detectable location, are arranged at the end under the heading "Out of Area". Postcard location is assigned either according to the location that is being visually depicted, to the city or county from which the postcard originated, or to the city or county from which the business or individual that contracted the postcard is based.

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Restrictions

Restrictions on Access

Materials do not circulate, but may be used in the Sam Houston Regional Library and Research Center reading room. Materials will be retrieved from and returned to storage areas by staff members.

Restrictions on Use

The researcher is responsible for complying with U.S. Copyright Law (Title 17 U.S.C.).

Technical Requirements

Researchers are required to use gloves provided by the Sam Houston Regional Library and Research Center staff when reviewing photographic material.

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Index Terms

The terms listed here were used to catalog the records. The terms can be used to find similar or related records.
Personal Names:
Gates, John Warne, 1855-1911.
Stryker, John Addison, 1883-1974.
Trost, Francis John, 1868-1944.
Corporate Names:
Colourpicture Publishers (Firm)
Curt Teich & Co.
E. Szafir & Son Co. (Beaumont, Tex.)
Albertype Co.
S.H. Kress & Co.
D.J. Hick's Book Store (Beaumont, Tex.)
Beaumont Cigar Co. (Beaumont, Tex.)
E.C. Kropp Co.
C.U. Williams (Bloomington, Ill.)
Raphael Tuck & Sons.
Tom Jones (Firm)
Walraven Brothers, Inc. (Dallas, Tex.)
Edwards News Co. (Port Arthur & Beaumont, Tex.)
Graycraft Card Co.
Commercialchrome (Cleveland, Oh.)
Leon Vaxler (Beaumont, Tex.)
Dexter Press.
The Rotograph Co. (New York City, N.Y.)
C.E Wheelock & Co. (Peoria, Ill.)
W.C. Griggs (Orange, Tex.)
W.M. Cline Co.
Curio Art Store (Port Arthur, Tex.)
McGrew Color Graphics.
Port Arthur Souvenir Store (Port Arthur, Tex.)
W.F. Hada (Port Arthur, Tex.)
M.L. Zercher (Topeka, Kan.)
Business Men's Studio.
Texas & New Orleans Railroad Company.
Southern Pacific Railroad Company.
Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railroad Company.
Texaco, Inc.
Gulf Oil Corporation.
Subjects:
Church buildings--Texas--Pictorial works.
Public schools--Texas--Pictorial works.
School buildings--Texas--Pictorial works.
Hotels--Texas--Pictorial works.
Oil fields--Texas--Pictorial works.
Oil wells--Texas--Pictorial works.
Oil refineries--Texas--Pictorial works.
Restaurants--Texas--Pictorial works.
Dwellings--Texas--Pictorial works.
Streets--Texas--Pictorial works.
Central business districts--Texas--Pictorial works.
Parks--Texas--Pictorial works.
City halls--Texas--Pictorial works.
Hospitals--Texas--Pictorial works.
Post office stations and branches--Texas--Pictorial works.
Courthouses--Texas--Pictorial works.
Floods--Texas--Pictorial works.
Industrial buildings--Texas--Pictorial works.
Railroad stations--Texas--Pictorial works.
Rivers--Texas--Pictorial works.
Waterfronts--Texas--Pictorial works.
Mills and mill-work--Texas--Pictorial works.
Cargo ships--Texas--Pictorial works.
Commercial buildings--Texas--Pictorial works.
Places:
Beaumont (Tex.)--Pictorial works.
Port Arthur (Tex.)--Pictorial works.
Orange (Tex.)--Pictorial works.
Spindletop Oil Field (Beaumont, Tex.)--Pictorial works.
Sabine Pass (Tex.)--Pictorial works.
Sour Lake (Tex.)--Pictorial works.
Neches River (Tex.)--Pictorial works.
Sabine River (Tex. and La.) --Pictorial works.
Document Types:
Postcards--Texas--Description and travel--about 1898-about 1997.
Photographic postcards--Texas--Description and travel--about 1898-about 1997.
Picture postcards--Texas--Description and travel--about 1898-about 1997.
Advertising cards--Texas--about 1898-about 1997.
QSL cards--Texas--about 1898-about 1997.

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Related Material

The following materials are offered as possible sources of further information on the subjects covered by the records. The listing is not exhaustive.

Texas State Archives
Rigsbee Postcard Collection, [ca. 1900-ca. 1909], 1907, 1908, 1910, 1911, 1914, 1953, and [19--], 0.24 cubic ft. [56 postcards depicting government buildings, hotels, schools, parks, industries, missions, natural settings, and other scenes in various Texas cities and towns.]
L.L. Cook Company Collection, 1940, 1946-1951, 1953, 1955-1957, 1959, 6.25 cubic ft. [A collection of postcards depicting Texas cities published by the L.L. Cook Company.]
Norman Erickson postcards of Texas Collection, 1900-1920, 1960, 312 photographs.
Neal collection, 1895-1917, 197 items. [184 postcards and 13 photographs collected by the Trautwein family between 1900 and 1917, in part depicting places of interest in Texas.]
Photographic Postcards of Texas, 1909-1910, 1916, 1930-1942, 1957, 14 postcards.
D.E. Williams collection, about 1910-1930, 68 items. [The collection consists of postcards and souvenir folders showing Texas cities from 1910 - 1930.]
Texas Cities postcard collection, before 1971, 214 postcards.
Missouri State Museum collection, about 1940, 1 album of 20 images. [One photo album of postcard scenes of Beaumont, Port Arthur and the Spindletop Oil Field.]
Tyrrell Historical Library, Beaumont Public Libraries
Southeast Texas Postcard Collection, circa 1900-1975, 0.35 cubic ft. [A collection of 217 postcards depicting Southeast Texas donated by Don Kelly.]

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

(Identify the item), Don Kelly Southeast Texas postcard collection. Sam Houston Regional Library and Research Center, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.

Accession Information

Accession numbers: 1991/183, 1991/232, 1992/063, 1992/153, 1993/020, 1993/114, 1993/160, 1993/168, 1993/272, 1993/297, 1994/067, 1994/175, 1994/213, 1994/365, 1995/015, 1995/043, 1995/278, 1996/021, 1996/048, 1996/098, 1996/105, 1996/276, 1996/327, 1997/116, 1997/150, 1997/218, 1998/001, 1998/073, 1998/077, 1998/222, 1999/011, 1999/087, 2001/203, 2002/088

This collection was donated to the Texas State Library and Archives Commission by Don Kelly on September 24, 1991, with additional accessions on December 8, 1991; March 21 and July 19, 1992; February 2, May 1, July 10, July 19, November 12, and December 17, 1993; March 1, June 13, April 21, and December 11, 1994; January 11, February 10, and November 14, 1995; January 13, February 13, April 1, April 5, October 18, and December 11, 1996; June 28, August 14, and November 15, 1997; January 3, March 31, April 5, and November 21, 1998; January 12, 1999; December 28, 2001; and April 24, 2002.

Processing Information

EAD finding aid prepared by Jonathan King, April 2014

Texas Digital Archive link and box inventory by Halley Grogan, August 2016

Other Formats for the Collection

Select photographs described in this finding aid have been digitized and are part of the Texas Digital Archive, available online at https://tsl.access.preservica.com/tda/prints-and-photo-collections/don-kelly/.

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Detailed Description of the Collection

Don Kelly Southeast Texas postcard collection, about 1898-about 1997, bulk about 1898-about 1930,
0.75 cubic ft. (1473 items)

Anahuac, Texas
Box Postcard
1991.183-3 1991.183-1349 A photograph of seven men posed with two strings of caught fish, about 1910
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard dated 11/19/1910 by correspondent. Postcard stamped 11/21/1910 by Anahuac post office.]
1991.183-1350 A photograph of a rice warehouse in Anahuac. The warehouse is located on the water. Two facades of the building are visible, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
Batson, Texas
Box Postcard
1991.183-3 1991.183-1352 A color-added photograph of Main Street in Batson. The street is unpaved. Three people are posed in the foreground. A number of horses and wagons are visible in the background, about 1909
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 1/3/1909 by Batson post office.]
1991.183-1353 A color-added photograph of Main Street in Batson. The street is unpaved. A number of horses and wagons are visible in the foreground, about 1908
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 12/8/1908 by Batson post office.]
1991.183-1354 A color-added photograph of a group of men posted in front of a tree house. A jail is visible in the left background. Caption text: "High Life in Batson, Tex.," about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-1355 A color-added photograph of two women and a man posed in front of the residence of W.H. Cavitt in Batson, about 1910
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard dated 1/19/1910 by correspondent. Postcard stamped 1/19/1910 by Batson post office.]
Beaumont, Texas
Box Postcard
1991.183-1 1991.183-1 Illustration of a man, woman, and cat in a car. Caption text: "You auto be in Beaumont, The Town of Towns," about 1913
[Postcard stamped 8/3/1913 by Galveston post office.]
1991.183-2 Four small pictures of notable buildings in each corner. Caption text: "Greetings from Beaumont Texas," about 1931-1959
[linen postcard]
1991.183-3 Several small captioned pictures of Beaumont locations. Caption text: "Greetings from Beaumont, Tex.," about 1906
[composite photograph, photomechanical print]
[A multi-fold souvenir postcard with three sides of images. For full view, see 191/183-0004a, 1991.183-4b, and 1991.183-4c. Mailed, used copy of 1991.183-4. Postcard stamped 8/13/1909 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-4a Several small captioned pictures of Beaumont locations. Caption text: "Greetings from Beaumont, Tex.," about 1906
[composite photograph, photomechanical print]
[The address side of a multi-fold souvenir postcard with three sides of images. Unused copy of 1991.183-3. For the remaining images, see 1991.183-4b and 1991.183-4c.]
1991.183-4b Several small captioned pictures of Beaumont locations. Caption text: "Greetings from Beaumont, Tex.," about 1907
[composite photograph, photomechanical print]
[The address side of a multi-fold souvenir postcard with three sides of images. Unused copy of 1991.183-3. For the remaining images, see 1991.183-4a and 1991.183-4c.]
1991.183-4c Several small captioned pictures of Beaumont locations. Caption text: "Greetings from Beaumont, Tex.," about 1908
[composite photograph, photomechanical print]
[The address side of a multi-fold souvenir postcard with three sides of images. Unused copy of 1991.183-3. For the remaining images, see 1991.183-4a and 1991.183-4b.]
1991.183-5 An illustration of couples by night, along with a note: "Lost on the roads at Beaumont, Tex., Ish=ka Bibel.," about 1918
[Postcard stamped 10/24/1918 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-6 Composite photo of ranch and cowboy scenes, with the text "Greetings from Beaumont" in the middle, about 1950s
[composite photograph, photomechanical print]
[Note on center of verso: "Plastichrome."]
1991.183-7 Promotion for 50th anniversary of Beaumont, decorated by views of the Lucas Gusher, Spindletop Monument in the choral group "Melody Maids" of Beaumont, Texas, 1950
[linen postcard, photomechanical print]
[Short informational note on verso. Two copies: 1991.183-7A and 1991.183-7B.]
1991.183-8 Illustration of the head of an elk, with the head of a woman speaking on a telephone. There is a short lyrical note at the bottom of the recto, about 1920
[Postcard stamped 4/29/1910 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-9 Illustration of a couple sitting by the seaside, along with the caption "A Tight Squeeze, Souvenir of Beaumont, Tex.," about 1906
[Postcard stamped twice: 10/19/1906 by Beaumont post office, and 10/19/1906 by Kountze post office.]
1991.183-10 Illustration of a Cupid hitting a block of ice with a "frozen heart" in it, along with the caption "Doesn't Cupid cut any ice with you? Souvenir of Beaumont, Texas," about 1906
[Postcard stamped 4/17/1906 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-11 Illustration of a dog and a perfume bottle, along with the caption "His Master's Breath. A Souvenir of Beaumont, Texas," about 1906
[Postcard stamped twice: 6/12/1906 by Beaumont post office, and 6/14/1906 by Kountze post office.]
1991.183-12 Illustration of a man and a woman standing next to a trunk, with the caption "Can I put my little [illustration of shoes] in your trunk? Souvenir of Beaumont, Texas," about 1906
[Postcard stamped 4/11/1906 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-13 Illustration of a girl in traditional European garb, along with a caption, "Dot Letter vot you sent to Beaumont I shust get und py chimeny I vill soon answer you bet," about 1917
1991.183-14 Text, "Greetings from Beaumont," with the letters filled with composite photograph of females and buildings, about 1908
[composite photograph, photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 9/1/1908 by Voth post office.]
1991.183-15 Illustration of two derogatory black figures talking on a telephone. Caption text: "A Busy Line. Souvenir of Beaumont, Tex.," about 1906
[leather postcard]
[Postcard stamped twice: 10/9/1906 by Beaumont post office, and 10/10/1906 by Galveston post office.]
1991.183-16 Two photographs of a forest at autumn-time. Caption text: "Greetings from Beaumont," about 1973
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Postcard stamped 10/25/1973 by Texas post office.]
1991.183-17 An illustration of a woman in a large flower, surrounded by small pictures of notable sights of Beaumont. Text in lower right corner: "Greetings from Beaumont, Texas," about 1908
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 3/5/1908 by Beaumont post office. Printed in Germany.]
1991.183-18 An illustration of a woman with butterfly wings, with small pictures of notable sights of Beaumont. Text in upper center: "Greetings from Beaumont, Tex.," about 1909
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 10/6/1909 by Winnie post office. Printed in Germany.]
1991.183-19 A large letter postcard. Text, "Greetings from Beaumont, Texas" with the letters of "Texas" filled with composite photographs of Texas tourist attractions, 1939
[photomechanical print]
[Identical to 1991.183-883, but with "Beaumont" instead of "Port Arthur."]
1991.183-20 Composite photograph of a Beaumont street with the basket of a hot air balloon above it, holding four people in formal dress. The basket has pennants attached to it reading "Flying High in Beaumont Texas," about 1904-1918
[composite photograph, photomechanical print]
1991.183-21 An tinted photograph of two horsemen traveling down a forest road. Text at the bottom: "Through golden fields on golden lanes/ To woods where gay October reigns,/ And every flower, bush, and tree/ Is clad in Autumn's ecstasy/ Greetings from Beaumont, Texas," 1937
[linen postcard, photomechanical print]
1991.183-22 A stylized illustration of a perched bird, surrounded by flowers, looking into a window. Text across the right half: "Greetings from Beaumont, Tex.," 1900s
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 6/22/19[illegible] by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-23 An illustration of a small child eating from a can of jam. Text across the left half: "Would write from Beaumont but you can see I'm busy.""Beaumont" is written on a felt pennant attached to the front, about 1919
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 10/18/1919 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-24 Text in the upper right corner: "A beau for you." A series of colored bows of cloth attached to the postcard, with a stanza of a poem underneath each, about 1907
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped twice: 8/16/1907 by Finleyville post office, and 8/19/1907 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-25 An illustration of a female in a pilot clothing and pointing to a plane. Text across the right half: "I've bought a brand-new aeroplane And as soon as I get through flying over Beaumont, Tex. I'm going to fly to you.""Beaumont" is printed on a green felt
[photomechanical print]
[Note on verso: "Home town series."]
1991.183-26 An illustration of a woman and man dancing. Text across the left half: "They are swell dancers in Beaumont I know a few.""Beaumont" is printed on a yellow felt pennant attached to the front., about 1912
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 7/25/1912 by Silsbee post office.]
1991.183-27 QSL card for Walter and Faye Hailey of Beaumont, Texas, featuring an illustration of a family on flying carpets and in a spaceship
[QSL card]
1991.183-28 QSL card for Bill Guidry of Beaumont. Illustration of a radio operator in a large vacuum tube. Caption text: "I'm not getting out!"
[QSL card]
1991.183-29 Black with blue printing QSL card for Howard, Polly and Marie Kemp of Beaumont. Illustration of Texas with a radio tower sprouting from Beaumont. Caption text: "Texas Termite,"
[QSL card]
1991.183-30 QSL card for Raymond Westman of Beaumont. Illustration of a truck with a large radio tower in the truck bed. Caption text: "Come Back Tokyo."
[QSL card]
1991.183-31 Light blue card with dark blue printing. QSL card for Vera Rivet of Beaumont. Small picture of Texas, with text in the upper left corner: "Greetings from 'Sally.'"
[QSL card]
1991.183-32 Photograph of a flock of birds flying at sunset over a beach. Caption on verso identifies photograph as taken near Beaumont, after 1945
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-33 Photograph of a beach near Beaumont at sunset, with a palm tree in the foreground, after 1945
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-34 A photograph of Pearl Street in Beaumont. The street is decorated with garlands for Christmas, about 1939-1980
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
1991.183-35 A color photograph of Beaumont from an elevated perspective. Text in the upper left corner: "Bird's Eye View, Beaumont, Texas," about 1910
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 1/22/1910 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-36 A color photograph of a corner on Pearl Street in Beaumont, about 1910
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard dated 3/13/1910 by correspondent.]
1991.183-37 A photograph of Beaumont from an elevated perspective. The building for the Beaumont Carriage Co. is in the center. Text in the upper right corner: "Birds-eye View Beaumont, Texas." Text in the lower left corner: "Cook's Book Store," about 1910
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 11/10/1910 by Beaumont post office. 2 copies (1991.183-37A and 1991.183-38B).]
1991.183-38 An tinted photograph of a forest road. Text in upper center: "A Beautiful Drive, Beaumont, Texas," about 1911
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 7/12/1911 by Austin post office.]
1991.183-39 A color photograph of Beaumont from an elevated perspective. Text in the upper left corner: "Bird's Eye View, Beaumont, Texas," about 1911
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 6/29/1911 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-40 An aerial photograph of Beaumont, after 1945
[photomechanical print]
[Descriptive note about Beaumont on recto.]
1991.183-41 A color photograph of Pearl Street in Beaumont, facing north, about 1915-1930
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard almost identical to 1991.183-42.]
1991.183-42 A color photograph of Pearl Street in Beaumont, facing north, about 1915-1930
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard almost identical to 1991.183-41.]
1991.183-43 A color photograph of Beaumont at the junction of Crocket Street and Pearl Street, about 1912
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard dated 3/4/1912 by correspondent. Postcard stamped 3/4/1912 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-44 Photograph of a building with a line of cars marked "Ineeda Laundry" in the front. Drivers sit at the wheel. Text at lower center: "Beaumont's (Texas) Progressive Laundry---THE INEEDA," about 1912
[photomechanical print]
[Two copies: 1991.183-44A and 1991.183-44B. Postcards stamped 1/9/1912 and 4/8/1912 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-45 A color photograph of a Beaumont residential area from an elevated perspective. Text in the upper center: "Bird's Eye View, Beaumont, Texas," about 1911
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 7/22/1911 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-46 A color photograph of Calder Avenue in Beaumont, facing east, before 1952
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-47 A color-added photograph of Pearl Street in Beaumont, facing south, about 1912
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-48 A photograph of Crocket Street in Beaumont. Text in the lower left corner: "Beaumont Cigar Co.," about 1907
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 3/7/1907 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-49 A color photograph of Pearl Street in Beaumont, about 1909
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 1/16/1909 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-50 A photograph of Pearl Street in Beaumont, facing south. Text in the lower left corner: "Beaumont Cigar Co," about 1907
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 4/24/1907 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-51 A color photograph of the road Old Spanish Trail, in the neighborhood of Calder Terrace in Beaumont, Texas., about 1915-1930
[photomechanical print]
[Note on the verso: "C.T. American Art Colored."]
1991.183-52 A color photograph of a residential area at the junction of Broadway and Third in Beaumont, about 1915-1930
[photomechanical print]
[Note on the verso: "C.T. American Art Colored."]
1991.183-53 A color photograph of Orleans Street in Beaumont, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-54 A color photograph of Pearl Street in Beaumont, facing north, about 1915-1930
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-55 A color photograph of the junction of Pearl Street and Crockett Street in Beaumont, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-56 A color photograph of Pearl Street in Beaumont, facing north from Keith Park, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-57 A color photograph of Bonham Street in Beaumont, 1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-58 A color photograph of an intersection in Beaumont. A number of streetcars are visible. Text in the upper right corner: "The Busiest Corner in Beaumont, Tex.," about 1910
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 12/8/1910 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-59 A color photograph of Beaumont from an elevated perspective. Text in the upper right corner: "Birdseye View of Beaumont, Texas," about 1912
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard dated 9/14/1912 by correspondent.]
1991.183-60 A color photograph of College Street in Beaumont, about 1912
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard dated 3/18/1912 by correspondent.]
1991.183-61 A color photograph of Calder Avenue in Beaumont, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in Germany.]
1991.183-62 A color photograph of Pearl Street in Beaumont, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in Germany.]
1991.183-63 A color photograph of Pearl Street in Beaumont, as it passes by Keith Park, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-64 A real photographic postcard of Pearl Street in Beaumont from a slightly elevated perspective, about 1950s
[real photo postcard]
[Kodak real photo postcard.]
1991.183-65 A color photograph of the Temperance Hall building on Pearl Street in Beaumont, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in Germany.]
1991.183-66 A real photographic postcard of Crockett Street in Beaumont, facing east, about 1920s
[real photo postcard]
[Handwritten note on verso: "Looking East from our shop Crockett St."]
1991.183-67 A color photograph of a busy corner in Beaumont. Text in upper left corner : "Street Scene, Beaumont, Tex.," about 1910
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 2/17/1910 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-68 A real photographic postcard of Pearl Street in Beaumont, about 1909
[real photo postcard]
[Postcard stamped 5/29/1909 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-69 A photograph of Pearl Street in Beaumont facing south. Text in the lower left corner: "L.K. Preston Drug Co," about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-70 A color photograph of Calder Avenue in Beaumont. Text in the lower left corner: "Beaumont Cigar Co., Hand-colored," about 1901-1907
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-71 A color photograph of Pearl Street in Beaumont, about 1911
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 3/4/1911 by Houston post office.]
1991.183-72 A photograph of a line of people on a sidewalk along City Park in Beaumont. Text in the lower center: "Scene on side walk of City Park, Beaumont, Tex.," about 1910
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 3/13/1910 by Beaumont post office. Printed in Germany.]
1991.183-73 A photograph of Pearl Street in Beaumont, about 1908
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 11/21/1908 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-74 A photograph of members of the Beaumont Fire Department practicing fire suppression on a burning building with a fire hose. Text in the lower left corner: "Beaumont Cigar Co.," about 1906
[photomechanical print]
[Two copies: 1991.183-74A and 1991.183-74B. 1991.183-74B is stamped twice: 11/15/1906 by Beaumont post office, and 11/22/1906 by Seattle, WA post office.]
1991.183-75 A photograph of the building that served as both the City Hall and Fire Station for Beaumont, about 1901-1907
[photomechanical print]
[Very similar to 1991.183-76.]
1991.183-76 A photograph of the building that served as both the City Hall and Fire Station for Beaumont, about 1908
[photomechanical print]
[Very similar to 1991.183-75. Postcard stamped 7/2/1908 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-77 A color photograph of Pearl Street in Beaumont from an elevated perspective, facing north, about 1912
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard dated 8/3/1912 by correspondent. Postcard stamped 8/3/1912 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-78 A real photographic postcard of Beaumont City Hall and Fire Station. A man with a broom stands in the foreground, 1920s
[real photo postcard]
[Handwritten note on verso: "1920s Beaumont City Hall. Cement Building Spanish Style, Texas."]
1991.183-79 A real photographic postcard of Beaumont City Hall and Fire Station. Several men are posed near the building's corner, about 1909
[real photo postcard]
[Postcard stamped 10/22/1909 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-81 An illustration of Pearl Street in Beaumont, set at night, about 1907-1914
1991.183-82 A photograph of Orleans Street in Beaumont, about 1910
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in Germany.]
1991.183-83 A color photograph of Pearl Street in Beaumont from an elevated perspective, facing west. The street is crowded with pedestrians, streetcars, and buggies with horses, about 1901-1907
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-84 A color photograph of Pearl Street in Beaumont, facing north, about 1901-1907
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-85 A color photograph of City Hall in Beaumont, about 1924
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 10/18/1924 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-86 A color photograph of City Hall and Jail in Beaumont, about 1901-1907
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-87 A color photograph of Pearl Street in Beaumont, about 1915-1930
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-88 A color photograph of Orleans Street in Beaumont, facing south, about 1915-1930
[photomechanical print]
[Note on the verso: "C.T. American Art Colored."]
1991.183-89 A color photograph of Sunset Park in Beaumont, about 1915-1930
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-90 A color photograph of Pearl Street in Beaumont, facing east, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-91 A color photograph of Pearl Street in Beaumont, as it passes by Keith Park, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-92 A color photograph of Crocket Street in Beaumont, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in Germany.]
1991.183-93 A color photograph of Pearl Street in Beaumont from an elevated perspective, looking south, about 1910
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-94 A color photograph of Pearl Street in Beaumont, facing west, about 1901-1907
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-95 A color photograph of Pearl Street in Beaumont, as it passes by City Park, about 1901-1907
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-96 A photograph of Orleans Street in Beaumont. The street is decorated for Christmas, about 1939-1980
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Note on the verso: "Colorcraft-Made by the Dexter Press, Pearl River, N.Y."]
1991.183-97 A color photograph of the City Hall of Beaumont, about 1918
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in Holland.]
1991.183-98 A color photograph of the City Market House in Beaumont, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
[Building referred to as the Beaumont City Hall and Jail in 1991.183-99.]
1991.183-99 A color photograph of the City Hall and Jail of Beaumont, about 1915
[photomechanical print]
[Note on the center of the verso: "Sexichrome." Postcard stamped 4/30/1915 by Beaumont post office. Building referred to as the City Market House in 1991.183-98.]
1991.183-100 A photograph of the City Hall and Fire Station of Beaumont. Several fire fighting vehicles are in the foreground, about 1901-1907
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-101 A color photograph of the Central Fire Station in Beaumont. Several fire fighting vehicles are in the foreground, about 1915-1930
[photomechanical print]
[Note on the verso: "C.T. American Art Colored."]
1991.183-102 A real photographic postcard of a large piece of wheeled fire fighting equipment being driven through the streets of Beaumont by horses, as part of the Southeast Texas Fair. Text along bottom: "Fire Drill- Beaumont's Splendid Fire Department-Southeast Tex.," about 1909
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-103 A color photograph of the Central Fire Station in Beaumont., about 1911
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 12/5/1911 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-104 A color photograph of the Police Department building in Beaumont. A line of uniformed policemen stand in front of the building, about 1915-1930
[photomechanical print]
[Note on the verso: "C.T. American Art Colored."]
1991.183-105 A color photograph of the Central Fire Station in Beaumont. Several fire fighting vehicles are in the foreground, about 1928
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard dated 10/19/1928 by correspondent. Note on the verso: "C.T. American Art Colored."]
1991.183-106 A color photograph of the building inhabited by the Jefferson Drug Co. in Beaumont, about 1915-1930
[photomechanical print]
[Note on the verso: "C.T. American Art Colored."]
1991.183-107 A photograph of a park in Beaumont. Possibly City Park, about 1901-1907
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-108 A photograph of City Park in Beaumont, about 1901-1907
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-109 A color photograph of the Confederate Monument in Keith Park, Beaumont, about 1914
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard dated 1/5/1914 by correspondent.]
1991.183-110 A color photograph of the Confederate Monument in Keith Park, along with the surrounding park area, in Beaumont, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-111 A color photograph of Keith Park in Beaumont. The Confederate Monument is visible in the right background, 1914
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 4/9/1915 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-112 A color photograph of a large banana tree in Keith Park in Beaumont. A man stands on the left for scale comparison, about 1908-1910
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 10/4/1915 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-113 A photograph of City Park in Beaumont. Text in lower left corner: "Beaumont Cigar Co.," about 1906
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 2/20/1906 by Fort Worth post office.]
1991.183-114 A color photograph of the fountain in Keith Park in Beaumont. The spire of the First Baptist Church is visible in the right background, about 1915
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 8/23/1915 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-115 A color photograph of the demonstration of an aerial ladder by the Beaumont fire department. The Beaumont fire department building is visible in the left background, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-116 A color photograph of the Municipal Plunge (swimming pool) in Magnolia Park, Beaumont, about 1936
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 4/20/136 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-117 A series of three tinted photographs of facilities at the Beaumont Fair Grounds, including the Agricultural Building, Exposition Building, and the Fine Arts Auditorium, about 1915-1930
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-118 A color photograph of the grounds of Keith Park in Beaumont from an elevated perspective. The Neches River is partially visible in the left background, about 1910
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 4/18/1910 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-119 A color photograph of a park in Beaumont. Children are playing in the foreground, and the New San Jacinto Building is visible in the center background, about 1915-1930
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-120 A tinted photograph of a large fountain in City Park in Beaumont. Text in lower left corner: "Beaumont Cigar Co., Hand-colored," about 1906
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 11/15/1906 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-121 A color photograph of Keith Park in Beaumont. The YMCA building is visible in the center background, about 1916
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 6/23/1916 by post office.]
1991.183-122 A tinted photograph of a large fountain in City Park in Beaumont. The YMCA building is visible in the left background, about 1909
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 3/29/1909 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-123 A color photograph of City Park in Beaumont. A large fountain is featured, about 1907
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in Germany. Postcard stamped 12/14/1907 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-124 A photograph of Keith Park in Beaumont, about 1908
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 2/26/1908 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-125 A color photograph of Weiss Park in Beaumont, about 1915-1930
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-126 A color photograph of Weiss Park in Beaumont, about 1941
[linen postcard, photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 8/12/1941 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-127 A color photograph of Weiss Park in Beaumont from a slightly elevated perspective, about 1915-1930
[photomechanical print]
[Reprint of 1991.183-126.]
1991.183-128 A color photograph of the YMCA Building in Beaumont. The grounds of Keith Park are visible in the foreground, about 1911
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 7/28/1911 by Beaumont post office. Printed in the USA.]
1991.183-129 A color photograph of the YMCA Building in Beaumont. The front and right side facades are visible, about 1915-1930
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-130 A color photograph of the YMCA Building in Beaumont. The front and right side facades are visible, about 1915-1931
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-131 A photograph of the YMCA Building in Beaumont. Text in upper center: "Young Men's Christian Association, Beaumont, Texas. Where oil flows and industry grows," about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-132 An illustration of the YMCA Building in Beaumont, about 1948
[linen postcard, photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 7/23/1948 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-133 A photograph of the Calder Baptist Church in Beaumont, after 1947
[photomechanical print]
[Small informational note on verso.]
1991.183-134 A color photograph of St. Mark's Episcopal Church in Beaumont, about 1901-1907
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-135 A photochrome postcard of the Tyrell Historical Library in Beaumont. The front and left side facades are visible, after 1975
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
1991.183-136 A color photograph of St. Mark's Parish House in Beaumont. The front and right side facades are visible, about 1918
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 8/29/1918 by Norfolk, Va. post office.]
1991.183-137 A photograph of the Calder Baptist Church in Beaumont. The front and right side facades are visible, after 1947
[photomechanical print]
[Small informational note on verso.]
1991.183-138 A photograph of St. Mark's Episcopal Church in Beaumont. The front and left side facades are visible, about 1908
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in Germany.]
1991.183-139 A color photograph of a Methodist Church in Beaumont. Two facades are visible, about 1912
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 4/23/1912 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-140 A color photograph of the First Methodist Church in Beaumont. Two facades are visible, 1916
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard dated 3/27/1918 by correspondent.]
1991.183-141 A color photograph of the First Methodist Church in Beaumont. Two facades are visible, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-142 A color photograph of the First Methodist Church in Beaumont. Two facades are visible, about 1901-1907
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-143 A color photograph of Saint Anthony's Catholic Church and Convent in Beaumont. The front and left side facades are visible, about 1908-1910
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-144 A color photograph of Saint Anthony's Catholic Church and Convent in Beaumont. The front and left side facades are visible, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in USA.]
1991.183-145 A color photograph of Saint Anthony's Catholic Church in Beaumont. The front and left side facades are visible, about 1901-1907
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-146 A series of three tinted photographs of notable churches in Beaumont: the First Methodist Church, the Second Baptist Church, and Saint Anthony's Catholic Church. Text in lower left corner: "Beaumont Cigar Co," about 1901-1907
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped twice: 3/19/1907 by Lewiston, Tex. post office, and 3/23/1907 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-147 A series of two tinted photographs of notable religious buildings in Beaumont: St. Mark's Episcopal Church, and a Jewish Synagogue, about 1901-1907
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-148 A color photograph of Tyrell Public Library in Beaumont, about 1937
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 7/4/1937 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-149 A color photograph of Saint Anthony's Catholic Church in Beaumont. The front and left side facades are visible, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-150 A color photograph of Tyrell Public Library in Beaumont. Two facades are visible, about 1923
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 11/22/1923 in Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-151 A color photograph of the First Baptist Church in Beaumont, about 1931-1959
[Linen postcard, photomechanical print]
1991.183-152 A color photograph of the Episcopal Parish House in Beaumont. Two facades are visible, 1916
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-154 A photograph of the First Methodist Church in Beaumont, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-155 A color photograph of the First Methodist Church in Beaumont, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in Germany.]
1991.183-156 A photograph of a Christian Church in Beaumont. Text in lower left corner: "L.K. Preston Drug Co.," about 1909
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 11/30/1909 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-157 A photograph of two Beaumont buildings: The First Baptist Church and the YMCA Building, about 1901-1907
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in Germany.]
1991.183-158 A color photograph of the First Baptist Church in Beaumont. Two facades are visible, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-159 A photochrome postcard of the Northwood Baptist Church in Beaumont, about 1964
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Postcard stamped 1964 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-160 A series of three tinted photographs of notable churches in Beaumont: the First Baptist Church, the Second Baptist Church, and the Catholic Church. Text in lower left corner: "Beaumont Cigar Co.," about 1907
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped twice: 2/26/1907 by Beaumont post office, and 3/2/1907 by San Jose, CA post office. Postcard dated 2/26/1907 by correspondent.]
1991.183-161 A photograph of the First Methodist Church in Beaumont. Two facades are visible, about 1950s
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Note on center of verso: "Plastichrome."]
1991.183-162 A photograph of a Christian Church in Beaumont. The postcard stock is colored tan. Text in lower left corner: "Cook's Book Store," about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-163 A photograph of the First Presbyterian Church in Beaumont. The front and left-side facades are visible, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-164 A photograph of the First Baptist Church in Beaumont, about 1950s
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Note on center of verso: "Plastichrome."]
1991.183-165 A color-added photograph of St. Mark's Episcopal Church in Beaumont. The front and left side facades are visible, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-166 A color-added photograph of St. Anthony's Catholic Church and Convent in Beaumont. The front and left side facades of the Church are visible, about 1911
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 6/5/1911 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-167 A photograph of First Methodist Church in Beaumont. Postcard printed on off-white stock, about 1911
[linen postcard, photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 2/28/1911 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-168 A color-added photograph of First Methodist Church in Beaumont. Two facades are visible, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in Germany.]
1991.183-169 A color-added photograph of the First Baptist Church in Beaumont. The front and right side facades are visible, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-170 A color-added photograph of Beaumont High School in Beaumont. The front and left side facades are visible, about 1916
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 6/28/1916 by post office.]
1991.183-171 A photograph of the First Methodist Episcopal Church, South in Beaumont. Two facades are visible, about 1906
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard dated 11/28/06 by correspondent. Postcard stamped 11/26/1906 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-172 A photograph of the Millard School in Beaumont. A number of children are playing in the foreground, 1916
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in USA. Postcard stamped 11/4/1917 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-173 A photograph of the Millard School in Beaumont. Three large trees obscure the front façade, about 1901-1907
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-174 A photograph of Beaumont High School in Beaumont. Perspective is facing the front left corner of the building, 1955
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Note on center of verso: "Curteichcolor Art-Creation from Color Transparencies (Reg U.S.A. Pat. Off.)."]
1991.183-175 A color-added photograph of Beaumont High School in Beaumont, 1930
[linen postcard, photomechanical print]
[Reprinted card. Note on the verso: "C.T. American Art."]
1991.183-176 A color-added photograph of St. Anthony's High School in Beaumont. The front and right side facades are visible, 1930
[photomechanical print]
[Note on center of verso: "C.T. American Art Colored."]
1991.183-177 A color-added photograph of Beaumont High School in Beaumont. The front and left side facades are visible, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-178 A color-added photograph of Beaumont High School in Beaumont, about 1915-1930
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-179 A color-added photograph of Beaumont High School in Beaumont. The front and left side facades are visible. Students are visible from a distance in the right foreground, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-180 A photograph of the Kyle Theatre in Beaumont. Below the photograph are a number of statistics (seating capacity, number of dressing rooms, drawing population), about 1905
[advertising postcard, photomechanical print]
[Postcard dated 2/7/1905 by correspondent. Postcard stamped 3/13/1905 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-181 A color-added photograph of Beaumont High School in Beaumont. The front and left side facades are visible, about 1908
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in Germany. Postcard stamped twice: 1/23/1908 by Beaumont post office, and 1/25/1908 by Forsyth, CA post office.]
1991.183-182 A color-added photograph of George B. Millard School in Beaumont. Students are visible from a distance in the foreground, about 1914
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 8/14/1914 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-183 A series of three color-added photographs of school buildings in Beaumont: the Junker School, the Millard School, and the Averill School, about 1901-1907
[photomechanical print]
[Two copies: 1991.183-184A and 1991.183-184B.]
1991.183-184 A photograph of Beaumont High School in Beaumont. The front and left side facades are visible, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in Germany.]
1991.183-185 A photograph of Beaumont High School in Beaumont. The front and right side facades are visible, though the front façade is obscured by a large tree, about 1908
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 10/1908 by Denison post office.]
1991.183-186 A photograph of Beaumont High School in Beaumont. The front and left side facades are visible. Text in lower left corner of recto: "Beaumont Cigar Co.," about 1901-1907
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-187 A color-added photograph of the New Hotel Edison in Beaumont. Two facades are visible, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-188 Two color photographs of a Holiday Inn in Beaumont. The hotel's signage and its swimming pool are both prominently depicted, about 1965
[advertising postcard, photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 8/10/1965 by Beaumont post office. Note in center of verso: "Curteichcolor R 3-D Natural Color Reproduction (Reg. U.S.A. Pat. Off.)." Small informational note in upper left corner of verso.]
1991.183-189 A color illustration of a Holiday Inn in Beaumont, made from an elevated perspective, 1960
[advertising postcard, photomechanical print]
[Two copies: 1991.183-189A and 1991.183-189B. Note in center of verso: "Curteichcolor R 3-D Natural Color Reproduction (Reg. U.S.A. Pat. Off.)." Small informational note in upper left corner of verso.]
1991.183-190 A color photograph of the King Edward Hotel and Café Coronet in Beaumont. Two facades are visible, 1959
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Note in center of verso: "Curteichcolor R 3-D Natural Color Reproduction (Reg. U.S.A. Pat. Off.)." Small informational note in upper left corner of verso.]
1991.183-191 A color illustration advertisement of the La Salle Hotel in Beaumont. Two facades are visible, about 1930-1945
[advertising postcard, linen postcard]
[Note in center of verso: "MWM 'Color-Litho.'" Small informational note in upper left corner of verso.]
1991.183-192 A photograph of the American National Bank Building in Beaumont. The front and left side facades are visible, about 1943
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 1/4/1943 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-193 A color-added photograph of the La Salle Hotel in Beaumont. Two facades are visible, about 1915-1930
[linen postcard, photomechanical print]
1991.183-194 A photograph of the La Salle Hotel in Beaumont. Two facades are visible, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-195 A color photograph of the Ridgewood Motor Hotel in Beaumont, about 1950s
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Note on center of verso: "Plastichrome."]
1991.183-196 A color photograph of the Ridgewood Motor Hotel in Beaumont. The hotel's swimming pool is prominent in the foreground, after 1939
[photomechanical print, photochrome]
[Small informational note on upper left of verso.]
1991.183-197 A color-added photograph of the Ritz Motel in Beaumont, after 1939
[photomechanical print]
[Small informational note on upper left of verso.]
1991.183-198 An illustrated advertisement for the Ritz Motel in Beaumont, about 1941
[advertising postcard]
[Small informational note on upper left of verso. Postcard stamped 8/15/1941 by Dallas post office.]
1991.183-199 A color photograph of the Rodeway Inn in Beaumont, about 1939-1980
[advertising postcard, photochrome (offset lithography)]
1991.183-200 A color photograph of a room in the McFaddin-Ward House in Beaumont, , a historic building maintained as a museum. The room is decorated in a highly ornate fashion, 1995
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Small informational note on upper left of verso.]
1991.183-201 A color photograph of a piece of furniture in the McFaddin-Ward House in Beaumont, a historic building maintained as a museum. The furniture is decorated in a highly ornate fashion, 1995
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Small informational note on upper left of verso.]
1991.183-202 A color photograph of the McFaddin-Ward House in Beaumont, a historic building maintained as a museum, 1995
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Small informational note on lower left of verso.]
1991.183-203 A photograph of "Arbol Grande", an estate in Beaumont. Two buildings are visible, as well as a livestock area in the background, about 1901-1907
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-204 A real photographic postcard of a house in Beaumont, identified on the verso as the home of "L.H. Parrish," about 1907-1914
[real photo postcard]
[Postcard stamped 9/5/1908 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-205 A real photographic postcard of a house in Beaumont, identified by a recto note as 517 Parrish St. A woman and child stand near the doorway, about 1908
[real photo postcard]
[Postcard dated 9/28/1908 by correspondent.]
1991.183-206 A color-added photograph of the Women's Reading Club in Beaumont. The building is somewhat obscured by a line of trees, about 1910
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 7/14/1910 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-207 A real photographic postcard of a house in Beaumont. Two people and a horse stand in the foreground, about 1911
[real photo postcard]
[Postcard stamped 7/6/1911 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-208 A real photographic postcard of the residence of V. Weiss in Beaumont. Two facades are visible. Postcard is an advertisement for Asbestos "Century Shingles, a product of the Keasby and Mattison Company (Ambler, Penn.)," about 1911
[advertising postcard, real photo postcard]
[Postcard stamped 12/20/1911 by Ambler, PA post office. Verso features advertising copy.]
1991.183-209 Two color-added photographs of notable dwellings in Beaumont: the homes of W.P.H. Mcfaddin, and of V. Weiss
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-210 A color added photograph of a house and its swimming pool. Text in upper right corner of recto: "One of Beaumont's Beautiful Homes, Beaumont, Texas," 1940
[linen postcard, photomechanical print]
[Note on the verso: "C.T. American Art." Postcard stamped 3/25/1949 by Beaumont post office. Postcard dated 3/24/1949 by correspondent.]
1991.183-211 A real photographic postcard of the residence of V. Weiss in Beaumont. Two facades are visible. Postcard is an advertisement for Asbestos "Century Shingles, a product of the Keasby and Mattison Company (Ambler, Penn.)," about 1907-1934
[advertising postcard, real photo postcard]
[Verso features advertising copy.]
1991.183-212 A color-added photograph of the residence of I.H. Phelan in Beaumont, 1930
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 6/24/1931 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-213 A color-added photograph of "Arbol Grande," the estate of J.F. Keith, in Beaumont. The main building, another building, and a small pond are visible, about 1918
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in USA. Postcard stamped 8/3/1918 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-214 A color-added photograph of the forested "Lovers Lane" area of Beaumont, which includes a wooden bridge over the Neches River, about 1904-1907
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-215 A color-added photograph of the forested "Lovers Lane" area of Beaumont, which includes a wooden bridge over the Neches River, about 1908-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-216 A color-added photograph of the entrance to the forested "Lovers Lane" area of Beaumont. A hospital is visible across the river in the left background, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-217 A color-added photograph of the forested "Lovers Lane" area of Beaumont, which includes a wooden bridge over the Neches River. Text in lower left corner of recto: "Beaumont Cigar Co.," about 1907
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 3/20/1907 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-218 A color-added photograph of the forested "Lovers Lane" area of Beaumont. Text in lower right corner of recto: "Entrance to Lover's Lane, Beaumont, Texas," about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-219 A color-added photograph of the forested "Lovers Lane" area of Beaumont. Text in lower right corner of recto: "Lover's Lane and Neches River, Beaumont, Texas," about 1907-1915
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-220 A color-added photograph of Beaumont General Hospital in Beaumont. The front and left side facades are visible, 1930
[linen postcards, photomechanical print]
[Note on the verso: "C.T. American Art."]
1991.183-221 A color-added photograph of Hotel Dieu hospital in Beaumont, taken from an elevated perspective, 1960
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Reproduction of an older card, possibly 1991.183-227. Note on center of verso: "Curteichrome Reproduction by Curteich."]
1991.183-222 A color-added photograph of Hotel Dieu hospital in Beaumont. Two facades are visible, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-223 A color-added photograph of Hotel Dieu hospital in Beaumont, about 1909
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 1/2/1909 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-224 A color-added photograph of the Baptist Hospital of South East Texas in Beaumont, 1950
[linen postcard, photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 7/24/1954 by Nederland post office. Note on the verso: "C.T. American Art."]
1991.183-225 A photograph of St. Elizabeth Hospital in Beaumont, after 1962
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Small informational note on upper left of verso.]
1991.183-226 A photograph of Hotel Dieu School of Nursing in Beaumont. The front and right side facades of the building are visible, about 1962
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard dated 8/28/1962.]
1991.183-227 A color-added photograph of Hotel Dieu hospital in Beaumont, taken from an elevated perspective, 1954
[linen postcard, photomechanical print]
[Note on center of verso: "C.T. Art-Colortone."]
1991.183-228 A color-added photograph of the entrance to Hotel Dieu Hospital in Beaumont, about 1908-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-229 A photograph of the Hotel Dieu Hospital in Beaumont. Two facades of the building are visible, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-230 A series of two photographs of notable museums in Beaumont: the Texas Energy Museum, and the Babe Didrikson Zaharias Museum. Above the pictures is the text, "Beaumont, Texas," 1995
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Printed in the USA. Small informational note on Beaumont on upper left of verso.]
1991.183-231 A series of three photographs of notable tourist destinations in Beaumont: two of Spindletop, and one of the Lucas Gusher Monument. Below the pictures is the text, "Beaumont, Texas," about 1980s
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Printed in the USA. Small informational note on Beaumont on upper left of verso.]
1991.183-232 A photograph of the Hotel Dieu Hospital (mislabeled "Hotel Dien" on recto text) in Beaumont. The front and left side facades of the buildings are visible, about 1915-1930
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 4/2/1917 by Navy Yard post office.]
1991.183-233 A color-added photograph of Hotel Dieu hospital in Beaumont, about 1915-1930
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-234 A color-added photograph of Hotel Dieu hospital in Beaumont. The front and left side facades of the building are visible, about 1907
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in Germany. Postcard stamped 12/8/1907 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-235 A photograph of Hotel Dieu hospital in Beaumont. The front and left side facades of the building are visible. Text in the lower left corner of recto: "L.K. Preston Drug Co.," about 1908-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-236 A color-added photograph of the Jefferson Theatre in Beaumont, about 1915-1930
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-237 A color-added photograph of the Kyle Theatre in Beaumont. The front and left side facades of the building are visible, about 1913
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in USA. Postcard stamped 2/3/1913 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-238 A color-added photograph of the Kyle Theatre in Beaumont. The front and left side facades of the building are visible, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in Germany.]
1991.183-239 A photograph of the Opera House in Beaumont. The front and left side facades of the building are visible, about 1904
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped twice: 1/8/1904 by Beaumont post office, and 1/11/1907 by New York, N.Y. post office.]
1991.183-240 A color-added photograph of the Beaumont Country Club in Beaumont, about 1915
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard dated 5/12/1915 by correspondent. Postcard stamped 5/12/1915 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-241 A color-added photograph of the Beaumont Country Club and associated boathouse, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-242 A color-added photograph of the Beaumont Country Club in Beaumont, about 1908
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 7/11/1908 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-243 A color-added photograph of the Beaumont Country Club and associated boathouse, about 1908
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 5/25/1908 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-244 A color-added photograph of the Beaumont Country Club, identified as the "Club House," in Beaumont, about 1914
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 7/27/1914 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-245 A color-added photograph of the Beaumont Country Club and associated boathouse, about 1908-1910
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in USA. Postcard stamped 10/20/1912 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-246 A color-added photograph of the Beaumont Country Club in Beaumont. The building is somewhat obscured by two trees in the foreground, about 1910
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 12/16/1910 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-247 A color-added photograph of the Beaumont Country Club in Beaumont, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in Germany.]
1991.183-248 A color-added photograph of the Beaumont Country Club in Beaumont. The front and left side facades of the building are visible, about 1915-1930
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-249 A photograph of the Federal Building in Beaumont. The front and right side facades of the building are visible, about 1904
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard dated 11/8/1904 by correspondent. Postcard stamped 11/9/1904 by Crowley post office.]
1991.183-250 A color-added photograph of the Post Office in Beaumont. Two facades of the building are visible, about 1915-1930
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-251 A photograph of the Jefferson County Court House in Beaumont, about 1908
[photomechanical print]
[Short informational note on verso. Postcard stamped 7/11/1908 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-252 A color-added photograph of the Post Office in Beaumont. Two facades of the building are visible. Text in lower right corner: "Beaumont Cigar Co.," about 1907
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 4/4/1907 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-253 A color-added photograph of the Post Office in Beaumont. Two facades of the building are visible, about 1901-1907
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-254 A color-added photograph of the Post Office in Beaumont. Two facades of the building are visible, about 1915-1930
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-255 A color-added photograph of the Post Office in Beaumont. Two facades of the building are visible, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-256 A photograph of the Post Office in Beaumont. Two facades of the building are visible, about 1907
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 2/20/1907 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-257 A color-added photograph of the United States Post Office and Court House in Beaumont. The front and right side facades of the building are visible, 1934
[linen postcard, photomechanical print]
[Note on the verso: "C.T. American Art."]
1991.183-258 A color-added photograph of the Post Office in Beaumont. Two facades of the building are visible, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-259 A color-added photograph of the City Auditorium in Fair Park in Beaumont. Several individuals are promenading in the foreground, about 1915-1930
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-260 A photograph of a court house in Beaumont. Two facades of the building are visible, about 1907
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard dated 2/8/1907 by correspondent. Postcard stamped 2/9/1907 by Conroe, Tex. post office.]
1991.183-261 A photograph of the Jefferson County Court House in Beaumont, about 1907
[photomechanical print]
[Short informational note on verso. Postcard stamped 10/21/1907 by post office.]
1991.183-262 A real photographic postcard of the Clairmont building in Beaumont. The front and left side facades of the building are visible, about 1916
[real photo postcard]
[Postcard stamped 1/3/1916 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-263 A photograph of the Court House and City Jail buildings in Beaumont, about 1907
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 5/16/1907 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-264 A color-added photograph of the Jefferson County Court House in Beaumont. Two facades of the building are visible. The adjacent street is visible, about 1911
[photomechanical print]
[Note on center of verso: "C.T. American Art."]
1991.183-265 A color-added photograph of the Jefferson County Court House and City Jail buildings in Beaumont, about 1908
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in Germany. Postcard stamped 8/31/1908 by Gasper, KY post office.]
1991.183-266 A color-added photograph of the Jefferson County Court House in Beaumont. Two facades of the building are visible. The adjacent street is visible, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in USA.]
1991.183-267 A color-added photograph of the Jefferson County Court House in Beaumont. The front and right side facades of the building are visible, about 1915-1930
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-268 A photograph of the Jefferson County Court House in Beaumont, about 1950s
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Note on center of verso: "Plastichrome."]
1991.183-269 A photograph of the Jefferson County Court House in Beaumont, about 1940s-1950s
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
1991.183-270 A color-added photograph of the Jefferson County Court House in Beaumont. The front and right side facades of the building are visible. The City Jail is also visible in the left background, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-271 A color-added photograph of the Jefferson County Court House in Beaumont. The building is partially obscured by trees in the right foreground, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-272 A photograph of the Jefferson County Court House in Beaumont. Two facades of the building are visible, about 1901-1907
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-273 A photograph of the Jefferson County Court House in Beaumont and adjacent City Jail. The front and left side facades of the Court House are visible. Text in lower right corner of recto: "Beaumont Cigar Co.," about 1901-1907
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-274 A photograph of Cardinal Stadium on the campus of Lamar University in Beaumont, after 1964
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
1991.183-275 A photograph of Combs Hall, a men's dormitory on the campus of Lamar Institute of Technology in Beaumont, after 1964
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
1991.183-276 A photograph of two buildings on the campus of Lamar University in Beaumont: the Otho Plummer Administration Building and the adjacent Cardinal Stadium, after 1964
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
1991.183-277 A picture of the Jefferson County Court House in Beaumont. The front and left side facades are visible, after 1931
1991.183-278 A photograph of the Cardinal Marching Band of Lamar University, along with an advertisement for their performance at the halftime of a professional football game on November 19, 1967, about 1967
[advertising postcard, photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 11/9/1967 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-279 A color-added photograph of an administration building on the campus of Lamar College. Two facades of the building are visible, 1950
[linen postcard, photomechanical print]
[Note on center of verso: "C.T. Art-Colortone."]
1991.183-280 A color-added photograph of an administration building on the campus of Lamar College, about 1942-1971
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Note on center of verso: "Dextone Made Direct from Kodachrome and Ansco Color."]
1991.183-281 A photograph of the Student Union building on the campus of Lamar University in Beaumont, about 1950s
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Note on center of verso: "Plastichrome."]
1991.183-282 A real photographic postcard of a street in Beaumont during a flood on May 17-18, 1923. Debris is floating in the flood waters, about 1923
[real photo postcard]
[Postcard stamped 5/31/1923 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-283 A real photographic postcard of Pearl Street in Beaumont, facing north, during a flood on May 18, 1923. People and cars stand about, May 18, 1923
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-284 A photograph of the Jefferson County Court House in Beaumont, about 1901-1907
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in Holland. Short informational note on upper left of verso.]
1991.183-285 A real photographic postcard of a five people rowing in a canoe through a flooded street in Beaumont. The flood took place on May 17-18, 1923, about 1923
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-286 A real photographic postcard of a large industrial or agricultural building damaged by a cyclone (probably a tornado), March 30, 1926
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-287 A real photographic postcard of a large house damaged by a cyclone (probably a tornado), March 30, 1926
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-288 Not a postcard. A photograph of an oil derrick knocked over by a cyclone (probably a tornado), about 1926
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-289 A real photographic postcard of a chapter of the Ku Klux Klan parading through Beaumont in full uniform, November 10, 1922
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-290 A real photographic postcard of a group portrait of African-American men dressed in the uniform of a fraternal association, possibly the Knights of Peter Claver. The picture was taken at 730 Forsythe Street, about 1918-1930
[real photo postcard]
[Included with postcard is index card of research information provided to Don Kelly by "David."]
1991.183-291 A color-added photograph of the Goodhue Building in Beaumont. The front and right side facades of the building are visible, about 1948
[linen postcard, photomechanical print]
[Reprinted card. Postcard stamped 3/15/1948 by Beaumont post office. Note on center of verso: "Genuine Curteich-Chicago 'C.T. American Art' Post Card (Reg. U.S. Pat. Off.)."]
1991.183-292 A color-added photograph of the interior of the First National Bank in Beaumont, about 1915-1930
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-293 A color-added photograph of the Wuss Building in Beaumont. Two facades of the building are visible, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in Germany.]
1991.183-294 A color-added photograph of the American National Bank Building in Beaumont. Two facades of the building are visible, about 1915-1930
[linen postcard, photomechanical print]
[Note on center of verso: "Genuine Curteich-Chicago 'C.T. American Art' Post Card (Reg. U.S. Pat. Off.)."]
1991.183-295 A photograph of the American National Bank and Petroleum Building in Beaumont, 1963
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Note in center of verso: "Curteichcolor R 3-D Natural Color Reproduction (Reg. U.S.A. Pat. Off.)."]
1991.183-296 A photograph of the Gilbert Building in Beaumont. Two facades of the building are visible, about 1907
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 5/27/1907 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-297 A color-added photograph of the Perlstein Building in Beaumont. Two facades of the building are visible, 1930
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-298 A color-added photograph of the Perlstein Building in Beaumont. Two facades of the building are visible, about 1912
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 12/2/1912 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-299 A color-added photograph of the Perlstein Building in Beaumont. Two facades of the building are visible, about 1925
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 7/6/1925 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-300 A series of two photographs of bank buildings in Beaumont: the Huff National Bank building, and the American National Bank building. Two facades of each building are visible. Text in lower left corner of recto: "Beaumont Cigar Co.," about 1907
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 8/25/1907 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-301 A illustration of the Perlstein (misspelled "Perlstine" on recto) Building in Beaumont. Two facades of the building are visible, about 1907-1914
[Printed in Germany.]
1991.183-302 A color-added photograph of the San Jacinto Life Insurance Building in Beaumont. Two facades of the building are visible, about 1915-1930
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-303 A color-added photograph of a large tower for the transmission and reception of radio (referred to here as "wireless telegraph") signals in Beaumont, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in Germany.]
1991.183-305 A color-added photograph of the works of the Beaumont Gas Light Company in Beaumont, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-306 A photograph of the Gulf State Utilities Company's Neches Generating Station near Beaumont, taken from an elevated perspective. The plant is located on the Neches River, which is also visible, after 1939
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Short informational note on verso. Note on center of verso: "Genuine Natural Color."]
1991.183-307 A color-added photographic advertisement for the Alamo Plaza Courts, a chain of motels with a location in Beaumont, about 1930-1945
[advertising postcard, linen postcard, photomechanical print]
1991.183-308 A photographic advertisement for Sgt. Dave Green's Alamo Café, located on Hwy US 90 in Beaumont. Two facades of the building are visible, about 1930-1945
[advertising postcard, linen postcards, photomechanical print]
[Short informational note on verso.]
1991.183-309 A photographic advertisement for Beaumont Courts, a motel located on Hwy US 90 in Beaumont. There are two color-added photographs: one of the exterior buildings, and one of a sample room, about 1930-1945
[advertising postcard, linen postcards, photomechanical print]
[Short informational note on verso.]
1991.183-310 A photographic advertisement for Beaumont Courts, a motel located on Hwy US 90 in Beaumont. The bottom of the recto features text describing amenities of the motel, about 1930-1945
[advertising postcard, linen postcards, photomechanical print]
[Stamp for Wayside Auto Court (St. Louis, Mo.) on verso.]
1991.183-311 A photograph of the interior of the Nathan Store in Beaumont. A number of employees and customers are visible, about 1906
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 12/16/1906 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-312 A photograph of a butter sculpture of a cow and her calf, exhibited at the South Texas State Fair in November 1924. Postcard printed as advertisement for Morning Glory Butter, about 1924
[advertising postcard, photomechanical print]
[Short informational note on verso.]
1991.183-313 A real photographic postcard of a 3-story house in Beaumont. Four people are visible standing on the first- and second-story porches, about 1908
[real photo postcard]
[Postcard stamped 2/26/1908 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-314 A color-added photograph of the Dutch Room, a dining/bar area in the Crosby Hotel in Beaumont. A number of male diners are seated at the tables, about 1901-1907
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-315 A advertisement for the Hotel Beaumont in Beaumont, featuring two color-added photographs: one of the hotel exterior and one of the lobby, 1936
[advertising postcard, linen postcards, photomechanical print]
[Note on center of verso: "Genuine Curteich-Chicago 'C.T. Photo-Colorit' Post Card (Reg. U.S. Pat. Off.)"]
1991.183-316 A color-added photograph of the Hotel Beaumont in Beaumont. Two facades of the building are visible, about 1915-1930
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-317 A color-added photograph of the Hotel Beaumont in Beaumont. Two facades of the building are visible, about 1944
[linen postcard, photomechanical print]
[Reprinted card. Postcard stamped 5/19/1944 by Beaumont post office. Note on center of verso: "Genuine Curteich-Chicago 'C.T. Photo-Colorit' Post Card (Reg. U.S. Pat. Off.)"]
1991.183-318 A color-added photograph of the Hotel Beaumont in Beaumont. Two facades of the building are visible, about 1915-1930
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-319 An advertisement for the Castle Mo-Tel in Beaumont, which features two color-added photographs: a larger one of the motel exterior, and a smaller one of a sample room, about 1930-1945
[advertising postcard, photomechanical print]
[Short informational note on verso.]
1991.183-320 An advertisement for the Castle Mo-Tel in Beaumont, which features two photographs: one of the motel exterior, and one of the motel with its swimming pool, after 1939
[advertising postcard, photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Short informational note on verso. Note at upper right of verso: "'Artistichrome' by Western Fotocolor."]
1991.183-321 An advertisement for the Castle Mo-Tel in Beaumont, which features two photographs: one of the motel exterior, and one of the motel with its swimming pool, after 1939
[advertising postcard, photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Short informational note on verso.]
1991.183-322 An advertisement photograph for the Ridgewood Motor Hotel, featuring the motel exterior with a swimming pool and chairs in the foreground, after 1939
[advertising postcard, photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Short informational note on verso.]
1991.183-323 A color-added photograph of the Crosby Hotel in Beaumont, about 1918
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard dated 9/10/1918 by correspondent.]
1991.183-324 A color-added photograph of the lobby of the Crosby Hotel in Beaumont, about 1913
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 4/14/1913 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-325 A color-added photograph of the Sample Room in the Crosby Hotel in Beaumont. Three seated men are visible in the photograph, about 1901-1907
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-326 A color-added photograph of the Main Dining Room of the Crosby House hotel in Beaumont, about 1900s
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-327 A color-added photograph of the office and lobby of the Crosby Hotel in Beaumont. Three males are visible near the main desk, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in Germany.]
1991.183-328 A color-added photograph of the 'Cozy Corner,' a leisure area for guests in the Crosby Hotel in Beaumont. Several seated guests are visible, about 1901-1907
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-329 A photograph of the Crosby House hotel in Beaumont. The front and left side facades of the building are visible, about 1908
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 10/31/1908 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-330 A color-added photographic advertisement of a room of beds in Kihlberg's Baths, a bath house in Beaumont, about 1915-1930
[advertising postcard, photomechanical print]
[Short informational note on verso.]
1991.183-331 A photograph of the Main Dining Room of the Crosby House hotel in Beaumont, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in Germany.]
1991.183-332 A color-added photograph of the Dutch Room, a dining/bar area in the Crosby Hotel in Beaumont, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-333 A color-added photograph of a parlor in the Crosby Hotel in Beaumont, about 1901-1907
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-334 A color-added photograph of the Dutch Room, a dining/bar area in the Crosby Hotel in Beaumont, about 1900s
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-335 A color-added photograph of the Crosby Hotel in Beaumont. Two facades of the building are visible, 1935
[linen postcard, photomechanical print]
[Note on center of verso: "C.T. Art-Colortone."]
1991.183-336 A color-added photograph of the Crosby Hotel in Beaumont. Two facades of the building are visible, about 1904-1907
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-337 A color-added photograph of the Crosby Hotel in Beaumont, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-338 A photograph of the Crosby Hotel in Beaumont. Two facades of the building are visible, about 1909
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in Germany. Postcard stamped 9/11/1909 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-339 A color-added photograph of the Crosby Hotel in Beaumont. Two facades of the building are visible, about 1901-1907
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-340 A color-added photograph of the Main Dining Hall of the Crosby Hotel in Beaumont, about 1914
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 2/12/1914 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-341 A photograph of the Crosby Hotel in Beaumont. Two facades of the building are visible, about 1913
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped twice: 4/19/1913 by Beaumont post office, and 4/20/1913 by Springfield, Mo. post office.]
1991.183-342 A color-added photographic advertisement of Earl's Motel in Beaumont, about 1966
[advertising postcard, linen postcard, photomechanical print]
[Short informational note on verso. Postcard stamped 6/27/1966 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-343 A color-added photograph of the Edson Hotel in Beaumont. Two facades of the building are visible, 1930
[linen postcard, photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 9/25/1941 by Pasadena, Tex. Post office. Note on center of verso: "Genuine Curteich-Chicago 'C.T. American Art' Post Card (Reg. U.S. Pat. Off.)."]
1991.183-344 A color-added photograph of the Edson Hotel in Beaumont. Two facades of the building are visible, about 1930-1945
[linen postcard, photomechanical print]
[Short informational note on verso. Note on center of verso: MWM 'Color-Litho.']
1991.183-345 A color-added photographic advertisement of the Edson Hotel in Beaumont. Two facades of the building are visible, about 1930-1945
[advertising postcard, linen postcard, photomechanical print]
[Short informational note on verso. Note on center of verso: "C.T. Art-Colortone."]
1991.183-346 A photograph of the Edson Hotel in Beaumont. Two facades of the building are visible, about 1940s-1950s
[photomechanical print]
[Note on center of verso: "'Natural-Finish' Card."]
1991.183-347 A color-added photograph of the Edson Hotel in Beaumont. Two facades of the building are visible, 1930
[photomechanical print]
[Note on center of verso: "C.T. American Art Colored."]
1991.183-348 A color-added photograph of the Masonic Temple in Beaumont, about 1918
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 11/24/1918 by Lake Charles, La. Post office.]
1991.183-349 A color-added photograph of the Masonic Temple in Beaumont. The front and left side facades of the building are visible, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in Germany.]
1991.183-350 A color-added photograph of the Elk Home in Beaumont. Two facades of the building are visible, about 1915-1930
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-351 A photograph of the Gateway Shopping Center in Beaumont, taken from an elevated perspective, about 1950s
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Note on center of verso: "Plastichrome."]
1991.183-352 A photograph of the Gateway Shopping Center in Beaumont, about 1950s
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Two copies: 1991.183-352A and 1991.183-352B. 1991.183-352A stamped 9/13/1973 by post office. Note on center of verso: "Plastichrome."]
1991.183-353 An advertisement for Shyler's Candies and the Dunlap Drug Co. of Beaumont, featuring a picture of the Dunlap drug store interior. To each side are illustrations of boats in Beaumont harbor and the Shyuler's factory in New York City. At the recto bottom ar, about 1909
[advertising postcard, photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 7/11/1909 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-355 A photographic advertisement for Holley Motor Co., featuring the storefront with a red car parked in the center foreground, about 1968
[advertising postcard, photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Short informational note on verso. Postcard stamped 10/29/1968 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-356 A photograph of the Baptist Hospital of Southeast Texas in Beaumont. The front and left side facades of the building are visible, about 1950s
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Short informational note on verso. Note on center of verso: "Teknitone Process by E.B. Thomas, Rt. 26, Cambridge 39, Mass. Kodachrome Reproduction."]
1991.183-357 A photograph of the Baptist Hospital of Southeast Texas in Beaumont. The front and left side facades of the building are visible, about 1950s
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Short informational note on verso. Note on center of verso: "Dextone Made Direct from Kodachrome and Ansco Color By Dexter Press, Pearl River, N.J."]
1991.183-358 A color-added photograph of the Alice Keith Nurses' Home, a home for student nurses serving at the Baptist Hospital of Southeast Texas. The front and left side facades of the building are visible, after 1950s
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Short informational note on verso. Note on center of verso: "Teknitone Process by E.B. Thomas, Rt. 26, Cambridge 39, Mass. Glostone Conversion."]
1991.183-359 A color-added photograph of the Tyrell Public Library in Beaumont, 1930
[linen postcard, photomechanical print]
[Note on center of verso: "C.T. American Art Colored."]
1991.183-360 A Christmas card sent by M.C. Walker, President of the Beaumont Council of the Boy Scouts of America. The card features an illustrated bust profile of a boy scout, with celebratory text underneath. Brown printing on tan stock
1991.183-361 A photograph of the interior of R.M. Mathner's Jewelry Store, located on the Alamo Block in Beaumont, about 1908
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in Germany. Postcard dated 10/3/1908 by correspondent. Postcard stamped 9/4/1908 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-362 A photographic advertisement for the Josey-Miller Company, featuring their "Jo-Mil Premium Room" of crockery for sale, about 1958
[reminder card, advertising postcard, photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Short informational note on verso. Postcard stamped 1/5/1958 by Beaumont post office. Postcard dated 1/31/1958 by correspondent.]
1991.183-363 A color-added photograph of Broussard's Mortuary at 1093 Calder in Beaumont, serving as reminder of fees due for services. A number of cars and hearses are parked in the foreground, about 1958
[reminder card, advertising postcard, photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Postcard stamped 9/15/1958 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-364 An illustration of five small children looking at a notice posted on a wooden fence which reads: "Wanted!! A Boy Named Robert Kelley Needed At St. Marks Sunday School. Has Anybody Seen Him? Who Will Bring Him?" Both "Robert Kelley" and "St Marks" are hand, about 1923
[reminder card]
[Postcard stamped 1/15/1923 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-365 A card printed by the Dunlap Drug Co. of Beaumont intended to notify customers that their order for Kodak Finishing (photograph development) has been received. Included is a price list for services., about 1901-1907
[reminder card]
1991.183-366 QSL card for O.O. Wunsch of Beaumont. Blue card with black and red print, about 1937
[QSL card]
[Postcard stamped 11/12/1937 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-367 A card printed by the Gulf States Utilities Co. and given to customers, so that the customers can receive an electricity rate estimate based on the installation of a General Electric Refrigerator. A small photograph of a Refrigerator is in the upper left, about 1938
[reminder card, photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 5/16/1938 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-368 A color-added photograph of Broussard's Mortuary at 1093 Calder in Beaumont, serving as reminder of fees due for services. A number of cars and hearses are parked in the foreground, about 1953
[reminder card, advertising postcard, photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Postcard stamped 9/15/1953 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-369 A color-added photograph of the entrance gate into the Forest Lawn Memorial Park of Beaumont, about 1915-1930
[photomechanical print]
[Note on center of verso: "C.T. American Art Colored."]
1991.183-370 A color-added photograph of the entrance gate into the Magnolia Cemetery in Beaumont, about 1911
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 3/27/1911 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-371 A photographic advertisement for Joella's Play Nursery School at 2755 Liberty Ave., Beaumont. The photograph features a large room in the Nursery in which a number of small children are engaging in play activities, such as riding tricycles, reading, and p, about 1950s
[advertising postcard, photomechanical print]
[Short informational note on verso.]
1991.183-372 An advertisement from Calder Avenue Jewelers at 2293 Calder Avenue in Beaumont, featuring illustrations of Elgin brand watches and other items as desirable Christmas gifts, about 1951
[advertising postcard]
1991.183-373 A postcard invitation to attend the formal opening of the Beaumont Motor Company's new building at Orleans and Washington. Tan card with black print, about 1928
[reminder card]
[Postcard stamped 5/5/1928 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-374 A photographic advertisement for Jim's, a steak and seafood restaurant at 11th and College in Beaumont. Included are two photographs of the restaurant's dining area, about 1956
[advertising postcard, photomechanical print]
[Postcard dated 6/12/1956.]
1991.183-375 A postcard with a calendar for February 1911 on the recto, provided by the E.L. Wilson Hardware Co. Above the calendar is an illustration entitled "Ready for Bed," of two children in sleeping wear staring at a fire in a fireplace, 1911
[advertising postcard]
1991.183-376 A personalized postcard for Christine Speer of 918 San Jacinto Bldg in Beaumont. The left side of the recto is decorated in a blue and yellow motif of birds and branches, about 1901-1907
[advertising postcard, photomechanical print]
1991.183-378 A photograph of the Oaks Hotel In Beaumont. Two facades of the building are visible. A number of horses and carriages are stationed in the foreground, about 1906
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped twice: 4/27/1906 by Beaumont post office, and 4/29/1906 by Louisville, KY post office.]
1991.183-379 A color-added photograph of the Oaks Hotel In Beaumont. Two facades of the building are visible. A number of horses and carriages are stationed in the foreground, about 1907
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 10/26/1907 by Isla, Tex. post office.]
1991.183-380 A photograph of the U.S. Post Office and Court House in Beaumont. Two facades of the building are visible, about 1901-1907
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-381 A photographic advertisement for the Beaumont-area band Bill Hummel Orchestra, featuring the band itself. The postcard also serves as a means for listeners to send in song requests to the band when it plays the Golden Slipper in Baton Rouge, La., about 1950s
[advertising postcard, photomechanical print]
1991.183-382 A real photographic postcard of the Beaumont Iron Works Co. building. The front and left side facades of the building are visible. A man is standing in the doorway, about 1920s
[real photo postcard]
[Postcard dated to the 1920s.]
1991.183-383 A color illustration of the Neches Iron Works in Beaumont, portrayed from an elevated perspective. All buildings are labeled, about 1907-1914
[Printed in Germany.]
1991.183-384 A color illustration of the Neches Iron Works in Beaumont, portrayed from an elevated perspective. All buildings are labeled, about 1907-1914
1991.183-385 A color-added photograph of a portion of the railroad tracks of the Southern Pacific, along with associated buildings and cargo. The skyline of Beaumont is visible in the background, about 1931
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 6/24/1931 by Beaumont post office. Note on center of verso: "C.T. American Art Colored."]
1991.183-386 A color-added photograph of the Depot of the Southern Pacific Railroad in Beaumont, about 1911
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard dated 1/27/1910 by correspondent. Postcard stamped 1/28/1911 by Winnie, Tex. Post office.]
1991.183-387 A color-added photograph of the Beaumont station of the Texas & New Orleans Railroad (a part of the Southern Pacific Railroad). Two facades of the building are visible, about 1901-1907
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-388 A color-added photograph of the Beaumont station of the Southern Pacific Railroad (also known as the Texas & New Orleans Railroad). Two facades of the building are visible, about 1909
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 9/11/1909 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-389 A photograph of the Beaumont station of the Texas & New Orleans Railroad (a part of the Southern Pacific Railroad). Two facades of the building are visible, about 1901-1907
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-390 A real photographic postcard of the Beaumont station of the Southern Pacific Railroad, 1967
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-391 A real photographic postcard of the Beaumont station of the Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railroad. Two facades of the building are visible, 1964
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-392 A real photographic postcard of the Beaumont station of the Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railroad. Two facades of the building are visible, 1939
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-393 A real photographic photograph of the Beaumont station of the Texas & New Orleans Railroad (a part of the Southern Pacific Railroad). Two facades of the building are visible, after 1950
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-394 A real photographic postcard of the Calder Avenue (Beaumont) station of the Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railroad. Two facades of the building are visible, 1964
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-395 A photograph of a Beaumont railroad bridge crossing the Neches river. A number of industrial buildings are visible in the background, about 1907
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 5/27/1907 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-396 A color-added photograph of the Neches River Bridge in Beaumont, about 1915-1930
[linen postcard, photomechanical print]
[Note on center of verso: "C.T. American Art Colored."]
1991.183-397 A color-added photograph of the area of Beaumont south of the Texas & New Orleans Railroad. The railroad is visible in the lower left corner, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-398 A color-added photograph of the Southern Pacific Railroad's bridge over the Neches River in Beaumont, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
[Note on lower right recto: "Hand-colored."]
1991.183-399 A color-added photograph of the bank along the Neches River in Beaumont. Two individuals are fishing from a small boat just off shore, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in Germany.]
1991.183-400 A photograph of the bank along the Neches River in Beaumont, about 1906
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped twice: 7/6/1906 by Beaumont post office, and 7/8/1906 by Raleigh, N.C. post office.]
1991.183-401 A color-added photograph of the forested bank along a river in Beaumont, possibly the Neches River, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
[Note on lower right recto: "Hand-colored."]
1991.183-402 A color-added photograph of the forested bank of the Neches River near Beaumont, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-403 A color-added photograph of the forested bank of the Neches River near Beaumont. A boat is visible in the distant background, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in Germany.]
1991.183-404 A photograph of Beaumont's harbor area, taken at night under a full moon, about 1901-1907
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-405 A color-added photograph of the Neches River in Beaumont. A boat tows two barges down the river, about 1913
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in USA. Postcard stamped 2/4/1913 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-406 A color added photograph of the Neches River area near the Beaumont Country Club in Beaumont. Two people fish from a small boat near the bank, about 1908
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 9/25/1908 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-407 A color-added photograph of a length of the Deep Water Canal in Beaumont, situated along the line of the Southern Pacific Railroad. A number of small boats are moored along the edge, and several larger ships are visible in the distant background, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-408 A color-added photograph of several boats sitting stationary on the Neches River. Caption text: "Neches Park Beaumont, Texas," about 1907
[photomechanical print]
[Note on lower left recto: "Hand-colored."]
1991.183-409 A color-added photograph of the forested bank of the Neches River near Beaumont, about 1908
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 9/19/1908 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-410 A color-added photograph of the forested bank of the Neches River near Beaumont. A man stands by the river bank, about 1908-1910
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in USA.]
1991.183-411 A color-added photograph of excursion boats moored along the Neches River in Beaumont. Several men, women, and children stand on the boats or wait to board, about 1909
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 5/22/1909 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-412 A real photographic postcard taken from the Mullberry St. area in Beaumont, of a ship yard. A tug boat and a large crane is visible, about 1920s
[real photo postcard]
[Postcard dated to the 1920s.]
1991.183-413 A real photographic postcard of what appears to be a small warship navigating a river in Beaumont, possibly the Neches River, about 1909
[real photo postcard]
[Postcard stamped 11/29/1909 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-414 A real photographic postcard of a wharf area in Beaumont. In the background is a ship at dock, and another ship under construction, about 1920s
[real photo postcard]
[Postcard dated to the 1920s.]
1991.183-415 A photograph of a dock, two boats, and a several associated buildings along the Neches River waterfront in Beaumont. Caption text: "Beaumont marine ways," about 1907
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 12/2/1907 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-416 A color-added photograph of a paddle steamer navigating the Neches River in Beaumont. Several men and women in formal dress are visible on the decks of the steamer, about 1909
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in Germany. Postcard stamped 12/22/1909 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-417 A photograph of the forested bank along the Neches River in Beaumont, about 1910
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 7/28/1910 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-418 A color-added photograph of two boats in dry dock, as well as several associated buildings, along the Neches River waterfront in Beaumont, about 1909
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 11/3/1909 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-419 A ship in the early stages of construction in Beaumont. Very little of the ship is visible, as it is obscured by the supporting scaffolding, about 1915-1930
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-420 A color-added photograph of the railroad bridge over the Neches River in Beaumont, belonging to the Southern Pacific Railroad (also known as the Texas & New Orleans Railroad), about 1911
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 12/15/1911 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-421 A color-added photograph of the railroad bridge over the Neches River in Beaumont, belonging to the Southern Pacific Railroad (also known as the Texas & New Orleans Railroad), about 1907
[photomechanical print]
[Note on lower right recto: "Hand-colored." Postcard stamped 4/9/1907 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-422 A color-added photograph of the Neches River in Beaumont. The boat Eleanor is visible in the left foreground, and a bridge crosses the river in the background, about 1910
[photomechanical print]
[Two copies: 1991.183-422A and 1991.183-423B. 1991.183-423B is stamped 10/31/1910 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-423 A color-added photograph of the Neches River in Beaumont. The bank is forested, about 1901-1907
[photomechanical print]
[Note on lower left recto: "Hand-colored."]
1991.183-424 A color-added photograph of two small boats navigating the Neches River in Beaumont. Each boat is occupied by two women, about 1901-1907
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-425 A color-added photograph of two large trees along the Neches River in Beaumont, about 1908-1910
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in USA.]
1991.183-426 A color-added photograph of the forested bank along the Neches River in Beaumont, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in Germany. Colored version of 1991.183-417.]
1991.183-427 A color-added photograph of the Neches River and its banks in Beaumont, about 1901-1907
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-428 A color-added photograph of the forested bank along the Neches River in Beaumont, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-429 A photograph of a number of men and women posed in portrait in and around a small boat on the river in Beaumont. The river is possibly the Neches River, about 1908
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 4/29/1908 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-430 A color-added photograph of the forested bank along the Neches River in Beaumont. A small boat with two people (possibly an illustration) navigates the river, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in Germany.]
1991.183-431 A color-added photograph of the Revenue Cutter Window at dock at the Beaumont City Wharf, about 1912
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 2/24/1912 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-432 A photograph of the wharves along the Neches River waterfront in Beaumont. A bridge across the river is visible in the right background, about 1908
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 4/20/1908 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-433 A real photographic postcard of six men and women posted in portrait on the deck of a ship at sea. Location is unclear, though correspondent indicates that it was taken somewhere on the "Dear old ocean," about 1909
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-434 A color-added photograph of the forested bank along the Neches River in Beaumont. A small motorboat navigates the river in the center of the image, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-435 A color-added photograph of the forested bank along the Neches River in Beaumont, about 1908
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 1/2/1908 by Silsbee, Tex. post office.]
1991.183-436 A photograph of a large crowd observing several U.S. naval torpedo boats along the Neches River in Beaumont. The boats are obscured by the crowd, and only the smoke stacks are fully visible. The event took place on November 7-8, 1909, about 1909
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-437 A photograph of a large crowd observing several U.S. naval torpedo boats along the Neches River in Beaumont. The crowd is along the dock on the left, as well as on the boats themselves. The photograph is dated November 7-8, 1909
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard dated 6/19/1910 by correspondent. Postcard stamped 6/20/1910 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-438 A photograph of three torpedo boat destroyers moored in the river in Beaumont. The photograph is dated March 6, 1917
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-439 A photograph of the forested bank along the Neches River in Beaumont. A small boat is visible in the center background, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-440 A color-added photograph of the forested bank along the Neches River in Beaumont. A small boat is visible in the center background, about 1907
[photomechanical print]
[Two copies: 1991.183-440A and 1991.183-440B. Printed in Germany. Colored version of 1991.183-439. 1991.183-440A stamped twice: 12/2/1907 by Beaumont post office, and 12/4/1907 by Forsyth, Ga. post office.]
1991.183-441 A color-added photograph of the forested bank along the Neches River in Beaumont. A dock area is visible on the far right, about 1912
[photomechanical print]
[Note on lower right recto: "Hand-colored." Postcards stamped 9/17/1912 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-442 A photograph of several men standing on the docks, one of which is wearing a diving suit. Another man is holding the diving helmet. The postcard serves as an advertisement for "Captain Nick Kahl, submarine diver," about 1907-1914
[advertising postcard, photomechanical print]
1991.183-444 A color-added photograph of three torpedo boat destroyers moored on the Neches River in Beaumont. A number of civilians stand about the deck of each destroyer, about 1911
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 10/27/1911 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-445 A color-added photograph of Beaumont, as seen from the air. The Neches River is visible in the left background, 1934
[linen postcard, photomechanical print]
[Note on center of verso: "C.T. Art-Colortone."]
1991.183-447 A color-added photograph of Beaumont, as seen from the air. The Neches River is visible in the left and right foreground, about 1950s
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Short informational note on verso. Note on center of verso: "Plastichrome."]
1991.183-448 A color-added photograph of Beaumont, as seen from the air. The Neches River is visible in the left and right foreground, about 1950s
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Short informational note on verso. Note on center of verso: "Plastichrome."]
1991.183-449 A picture of a ship moored in the Port of Beaumont. The ship is being loaded with grain via large grain elevator from a series of silos, 1965
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Short informational note on verso. Note in center of verso: "Curteichcolor R 3-D Natural Color Reproduction (Reg. U.S.A. Pat. Off.)."]
1991.183-450 A real photographic postcard of a 'Shell Barge' moored along the Neches River in Beaumont. The barge is being unloaded by a large mechanical crane, about 1904-1918
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-451 A color-added photograph of a line of ships moored in port alongside each other in Beaumont. Caption text: "Ocean Going Steamers in Part at Beaumont, Texas," 1937
[linen postcard, photomechanical print]
[Note on center of verso: "C.T. Art-Colortone."]
1991.183-452 A color-added photograph of a cargo ship being loaded with lumber at a wharf in the Port of Beaumont. Caption text: "The British Steamer Pikepool, Loading lumber of export. For the Standard Export Lumber Co., At City Wharves, Beaumont, Texas," about 1919
[photomechanical print]
[Very similar to 1991.183-1106. Postcard stamped 6/5/1919 by Beaumont post office. Note on center of verso: "C.T. American Art."]
1991.183-453 A color-added photograph of a line of ships moored in port alongside each other in the Neches River in Beaumont, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-454 A color-added photograph of the area of Beaumont surrounding the docks on the Neches River, as seen from the air. The turning basin connected to the river is especially prominent, about 1930-1945
[linen postcard, photomechanical print]
[Note on center of verso: "C.T. Art-Colortone."]
1991.183-455 A color-added photograph of the Beaumont docks area on the Neches River. Three ships moored in port are visible in the background, about 1915-1930
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-456 A photograph of the Municipal Docks of Beaumont. A small warship is visible moored along the riverbank. Picture was taken from the top of the Hotel Dieu hospital, looking north, after 1939
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Short informational note on verso. Note on center of verso: "Genuine Natural Color."]
1991.183-457 A color-added photograph of the Neches River in Beaumont. A number of ships of various sizes are visible, both moored and navigating the river, about 1928
[photomechanical print]
[Note on center of verso: "C.T. American Art Colored." Postcard stamped 2/7/1928 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-458 A color-added photograph of a passenger steam ship navigating the Neches River in or near Beaumont. A bridge across the river is visible in the left background, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in Germany.]
1991.183-459 A color-added photograph of the dock area in Beaumont, as seen from the air, about 1915-1930
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-460 A color-added photograph of the dock area in Beaumont, as seen from the air. Particular focus is given to the Bethlehem Steel Company near the docks, about 1938-1969
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Note on center of verso: "A 'ShiniColor' by 'Colourpicture.'"]
1991.183-461 A color-added photograph of a large cargo ship on the Neches River in Beaumont. A tall building is visible in the background, 1937
[linen postcard, photomechanical print]
[Note on center of verso: "C.T. Art-Colortone."]
1991.183-462 Two color-added photographs of buildings owned by the Texas & New Orleans Railroad (a part of the Southern Pacific Railroad) in Beaumont: the City Ticket Office, and the Passenger Depot, about 1913
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 8/3/1913 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-463 A series of color-added photographs of notable industrial concerns in Beaumont: a warehouse, railway buildings, and the waterfront, about 1907
[photomechanical print]
[Very similar to 1991.183-463. Postcard dated 1/29/1907 by correspondent. Postcard stamped 1/29/1907 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-464 A series of color-added photographs of notable industrial concerns in Beaumont: a warehouse, railway buildings, and the waterfront, about 1901-1907
[photomechanical print]
[Very similar to 1991.183-464.]
1991.183-465 A real photographic postcard of a Ponderosa Lemon tree. A man in the background is tending the tree, about 1909
[real photo postcard]
[Postcard stamped 10/22/1909 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-466 A color-added photograph of a small herd of cattle grazing near a pond in Beaumont, about 1911
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in Germany. Postcard stamped 7/14/1911 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-467 A color-added photograph of the Magnolia Nursery in Beaumont, about 1907
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 6/5/1907 by Beaumont.]
1991.183-468 A color-added photograph of the Magnolia Nursery in Beaumont. Several rows of cultivated plants are visible in the foreground, about 1911
[photomechanical print]
[Two copies: 1991.183-468A and 1991.183-468B. 1991.183-468B is stamped 4/12/1911 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-470 A photograph of a decorated revolver pistol engraved by Woodie Ward of Beaumont, about 1957
[linen postcard, photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 12/13/1957 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-471 A color-added photograph of an orange tree near Beaumont, about 1910
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in USA. Postcard stamped 11/19/1910 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-472 A photograph of sulfur being loaded onto a freight car in a quarry by the Texas Gulf Sulphur Company near Beaumont, about 1973
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Postcard stamped 8/24/1973 by post office.]
1991.183-473 A photograph of the facilities of the Texas Gulf Sulphur Company in Beaumont, about 1973
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Postcard stamped 10/2/1973 by post office.]
1991.183-474 A real photographic postcard of two hunters crouching in a blind near a pond near Beaumont, about 1909-1911
[real photo postcard]
[Postcard dated 1909-1911.]
1991.183-475 A real photographic postcard of the steamship Lake Festus navigating the waterfront at Beaumont, about 1920s
[real photo postcard]
[Postcard dated 1920s.]
1991.183-476 A real photographic postcard of a masted cargo ship docked on the Beaumont waterfront, about 1920s
[real photo postcard]
[Postcard dated 1920s.]
1991.183-477 A color-added photograph of the British cargo steamer Pikepool loading lumber for export at the City Wharves of Beaumont, 1916
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in USA. Note on center of verso: "C.T. American Art."]
1991.183-478 A real photographic postcard of the harbor in Beaumont. Two steamships and two masted ships are moored in the background, 1904-1918
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-479 A color-added photograph of the boat S.S. Northwestern partially capsized and burning in the Neches River between Sabine and Beaumont in 1920, 1920
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-480 A real photographic postcard of a U.S. Naval Torpedo Boat navigating the Neches River in Beaumont on November 7-8, 1909
[real photo postcard]
[Postcard stamped 11/15/1909 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-481 A real photographic postcard of three U.S. Naval Torpedo Boats moored on the docks at Beaumont, about 1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-482 A real photographic postcard of three U.S. Naval Torpedo Boats moored on the docks at Beaumont, about 1910
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 2/15/1910 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-483 A color-added photograph of a tugboat towing a large ship through the turning basin at the Beaumont docks, about 1915-1930
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-484 A color-added photograph of the steam ship Nicaragua moored on the waterfront at Beaumont. Elements of the photograph have been added by illustration, about 1908-1910
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in USA. Very similar to 1991.183-486.]
1991.183-485 A color-added photograph of the steam ship Nicaragua moored on the waterfront at Beaumont, about 1901-1907
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-486 A color-added photograph of the steam ship Nicaragua moored on the waterfront at Beaumont, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in Germany. Very similar to 1991.183-484.]
1991.183-487 A color-added photograph of the steam ship Nicaragua moored on the waterfront at Beaumont. The photograph was taken near the bow of the ship. Piles of lumber piled along the dock are visible on the left, about 1901-1907
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-488 A color-added photograph of a ship yard in Beaumont. A small steam boat is in dry dock in the left background, about 1908
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in Germany. Postcard stamped twice: 3/31/1908 by Beaumont post office, and 4/2/1908 by Forsyth, Ga. Post office.]
1991.183-489 A color-added photograph of a steamboat on the Neches River in Beaumont. The boat is occupied by a number of men and women in formal dress, about 1908
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in Germany.]
1991.183-490 A color-added photograph of a rice farm in Beaumont. A line of men, horses, and farm implements is visible in the background, about 1908
[photomechanical print]
[Short informational note on verso. Printed in Holland. Note on left of verso: "Raphotype."]
1991.183-491 Two photographs of rice mills in Beaumont. The postcard is decorated with illustrated flourishes in the upper right and lower left corners, about 1912
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 8/10/1912 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-492 A photograph of Beaumont, its docks, and the associated turning basin, taken from an aerial position, about 1949
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Postcard stamped 8/25/1949 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-493 A color-added photograph of the McFaddin, Lyle and Weiss rice mill in Beaumont. The mill is located next to a railroad, about 1910
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-494 A photograph of the Atlantic rice mill in Beaumont. Two facades of the building are visible, about 1901-1907
[photomechanical print]
[Short informational note on verso. Note on left of verso: "Collotype."]
1991.183-495 A photograph of a large rice mill in Beaumont. Two facades of the building are visible, about 1908
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard dated 11/20/1908 by correspondent. Postcard stamped 11/20/1908. Very similar to 1991.183-497.]
1991.183-496 A photograph of several men and horses harvesting rice in a field near Beaumont. The photograph is flanked with facts related to rice harvesting and milling in the Beaumont area, about 1910
[advertising postcard, photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 3/9/1910 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-497 A photograph of a large rice mill in Beaumont. Two facades of the building are visible, about 1907
[photomechanical print]
[Two copies: 1991.183-497A and 1991.183-497B. 1991.183-497A stamped 3/19/1907 by Port Arthur post office. Very similar to 1991.183-495]
1991.183-498 A photograph of a large rice mill in Beaumont. Two facades of the building are visible, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-499 A photograph of a large rice mill in Beaumont. Two facades of the building are visible, about 1909
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in Germany. Post stamped 5/27/1909 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-500 A photograph of several men operating a rice thrashing machine. A horse an several bags of rice are visible in the right background, about 1901-1907
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-501 A photograph of several men and horses harvesting rice in a field near Beaumont, about 1901-1907
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-502 A photograph of several men operating a rice thrashing machine. A horse an several bags of rice are visible in the right background, about 1901-1907
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-503 A color-added photograph of the Atlantic Rice Mills in Beaumont. Two facades of the building are visible, about 1909
[photomechanical print]
[Note on left of verso: "Raphotype."]
1991.183-504 A color-added photograph of a steam vehicle hauling four carts stacked with bags of harvested rice. Several men sit atop two of the carts, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in Germany. Note on lower left corner: "Serie No. 1, 'Gulf Coast Country.'"]
1991.183-505 A photograph of several men operating a rice thrashing machine. The leavings are accumulated in a large pile to the left of the machine. Rows of bags of harvested rice is visible in the foreground, about 1908-1910
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in USA.]
1991.183-506 A color-added photograph of logging operations near Beaumont. Several harvested trees have been rolled up a ramp and strapped to a rail car for transport, about 1908
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 4/2/1908 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-507 A photograph of a mill producing wooden shingles in Beaumont. Several rows of packaged shingles are visible in the foreground, about 1907
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-508 A group portrait of several hunters in a forested area near Beaumont. Several are on horseback, as is a deer carcass. A pack of hunting dogs are also visible, about 1908
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 1/17/1908 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-509 A group portrait of a group of hunters on horseback in a forest near Beaumont. A number of large tents are visible in the background, about 1908
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard dated 12/2/1908. Postcard stamped 12/4/1908 by post office.]
1991.183-510 A color-added photograph of several men operating a rice thrashing machine. The leavings are accumulated in a large pile to the right of the machine. Rows of bags of harvested rice are visible in the right foreground, about 1910
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 7/7/1910 by New Orleans, La. post office.]
1991.183-511 A color-added photograph of harvested logs being transported by oxen-drawn carts down a road. A heavily-logged area is visible in the background, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in Germany.]
1991.183-512 A color-added photograph of a field of sugar cane being harvested by a line of workers, about 1907
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in Germany. Short informational note on verso. Postcard stamped twice: 5/4/1907 by Beaumont post office, and 5/7/1907 by Plainfield, N.J. post office.]
1991.183-513 A color-added photograph of several workers resting during the harvesting of a rice farm. Two donkey-drawn harvesting machines are parked in the background, about 1908
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in Germany. Note on upper left of verso: "Leipzig Berlin Dresden Litho-Chrome Trade Mark Germany."]
1991.183-514 A color-added photograph of several men operating a rice thrashing machine. The leavings are accumulated in a large pile to the right of the machine. Rows of bags of harvested rice are visible in the right foreground, about 1912
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 2/16/1912 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-516 A real photographic portrait of a special train car intended for the president of the Southern Pacific Railway to travel to a fire in Spindletop on November 4, 1926. Three men and a women are posed on the car's end, one of which may be the railroad president, 1927-1940
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-517 A QSL card for Eddie and Bobbie Racca of Beaumont. The card is decorated with an illustration of a detective character holding a dog on a leash clutched in his mouth
[QSL card]
Box Postcard
1991.183-2 1991.183-518 A QSL card for Ed, Antoinette, Maria and Cynthia Sanders of Beaumont. The card is decorated by a humorous illustration of two prospectors
[QSL card]
1991.183-519 A QSL card for Y.W. Harville of Beaumont. The card is decorated with an illustration of a radio, about 1909
[QSL card]
[Postcard stamped 7/8/1909 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-520 A color-added photograph of the Neches River waterfront in Beaumont. A small boat is in dry dock in the background, about 1920s
1991.183-521 A real photographic postcard of a power house for an oil field near Beaumont. The top of a derrick is visible in the right background
[real photo postcard]
[Postcard dated 1920s.]
1991.183-522 A photograph of the Texas Oil Refinery in Beaumont, about 1940s-1950s
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
1991.183-523 A color-added photograph of a filling and shipping station for crude oil and products owned by Magnolia Petroleum Co. of Beaumont, about 1910
[photomechanical print]
[Two copies: 1991.183-523A and 1991.183-523B. 1991.183-523A stamped 6/8/1910 by Hamshire, Tex. post office.]
1991.183-524 A photograph of the Spindletop Oil Field near Beaumont, about 1940s-1950s
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
1991.183-525 An aerial photograph of the Magnolia oil refinery in Beaumont, about 1915-1930
[photomechanical print]
[Note on the verso: "C.T. American Art Colored."]
1991.183-526 A photograph of an oil field near Beaumont. The photograph is framed by the illustration of a feather to the left and top, about 1908
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 3/3/1908 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-527 A photograph of an oil well gushing oil near Beaumont. The oil gushing out of the well appears to be partially-illustrated, about 1933
[photomechanical print]
[Two copies: 1991.183-527A and 1991.183-528B. 1991.183-527A stamped 4/29/1936 by Beaumont post office. 1991.183-527B stamped 3/31/1933 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-528 A real photographic postcard of the steam boat Harry Lee, docked at Beaumont, 1927-1940
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-530 A photograph of the Lucas Gusher at the Spindletop field near Beaumont in 1901, about 1996
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Reprint of 1901 photograph.]
1991.183-531 A photograph of the Lucas Gusher at the Spindletop field near Beaumont, about 1901-1907
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-532 A color-added photograph of an oil well gushing oil near Beaumont, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in Germany.]
1991.183-533 A photograph of an oil field near Beaumont. A large pool of liquid is visible in the foreground, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-534 A real photographic postcard of the Spindletop oil field along the right-of-way of the Texas & New Orleans Railroad (also known as the Southern Pacific railroad). The perspective is facing north, 1927-1940
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-535 A series of three color-added photographs of industrial concerns in Beaumont. The locations are not identified, but some appear to involve oil, about 1907
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 4/26/1907 by post office.]
1991.183-536 A photograph of an oil well gushing oil near Beaumont, about 1908
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 2/25/1908 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-537 A photograph of the Spindletop Oil Field near Beaumont, particularly Boiler Avenue, which is visible on the right, about 1996
[real photo postcard]
[Reprint of 1903 photograph.]
1991.183-538 A color-added photograph of an oil well gushing oil near Beaumont, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-539 A color-added photograph of an oil well gushing oil near Beaumont, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-540 A color-added photograph of the Spindletop Oil Field near Beaumont, about 1901-1907
[photomechanical print]
[Hand colored version of 1991.183-541.]
1991.183-541 A photograph of the Spindletop Oil Field near Beaumont, about 1901-1907
[photomechanical print]
[Uncolored version of 1991.183-540.]
1991.183-542 A photograph of an oil field near Beaumont. Several subsidiary buildings are visible in the foreground, about 1906
[photomechanical print]
[Black and white version of 1991.183-545. Postcard dated 9/22/1906 by correspondent. Postcard stamped twice: 9/23/1906 by Port Arthur post office, and 9/25/1906 by Oklahoma post office.]
1991.183-543 A color-added photograph of an oil well gushing oil near Beaumont, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-544 A color-added photograph of an oil well gusher on fire near Beaumont, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-545 A color-added photograph of an oil field near Beaumont. Several subsidiary buildings are visible in the foreground, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
[Color-added version of 1991.183-542.]
1991.183-546 A color-added photograph of an oil storage tank on fire near Beaumont, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in Germany.]
1991.183-547 A color-added photograph of an oil storage tank on fire near Beaumont. According to the caption, the fire was caused by a lighting strike, about 1901-1907
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-548 A photograph of an oil storage tank on fire near Beaumont, about 1901-1907
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 12/31/1908 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-549 A real photographic postcard of a large fire at the Lucas oil field near Beaumont on July 24, 1921. A massive column of black smoke composes most of the photograph, 1921
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-550 A color-added photograph of an oil storage tank on fire near Beaumont, about 1908
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 1/2/1908 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-551 A color-added photograph of an oil storage tank on fire near Beaumont, about 1909
[photomechanical print]
[Very similar to 1991.183-552. Printed in Germany. Postcard stamped 1/7/1909 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-552 A color-added photograph of an oil storage tank on fire near Beaumont, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
[Very similar to 1991.183-551. Printed in Germany. Note on upper left of verso: "Leipzig Berlin Dresden Litho-Chrome Trade Mark Germany."]
1991.183-553 A color-added photograph of an oil storage tank on fire near Beaumont, about 1908-1910
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in USA.]
1991.183-554 A photograph of a oil well gusher on fire near Beaumont. A number of men are standing in the foreground looking at the fire, about 1905
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 11/16/1905 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-555 A color-added photograph of an oil storage tank on fire near Beaumont, about 1910
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in USA. Postcard stamped 6/28/1910 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-556 A color-added photograph of an oil storage tank on fire near Beaumont, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-557 A photograph of a oil well gusher on fire near Beaumont, about 1901-1907
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-558 A photograph of the monument to the Lucas Gusher near Beaumont. A woman stands in the foreground, after 1941
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Short informational note on verso. Note on center of verso: "Dextone."]
1991.183-559 A photograph of the monument to the Lucas Gusher near Beaumont. A woman stands in the foreground, after 1941
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Note on center of verso: "Plastichrome."]
1991.183-560 A color-added aerial photograph of the refining facilities of the Magnolia Petroleum Co. in Beaumont. Elements of the photograph have been enhanced with illustration, 1940
[linen postcard, photomechanical print]
[Note on center of verso: "C.T. Art-Colortone."]
1991.183-561 A color-added photograph of Spindletop Oil Field near Beaumont, about 1915-1930
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-562 A color-added photograph of an oil field near Beaumont. A large pond is visible in the foreground, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-563 A color-added photograph of an oil field near Beaumont. A number of subsidiary buildings are visible in the foreground, 1935
[linen postcard, photomechanical print]
[Note on center of verso: "C.T. Art-Colortone."]
1991.183-564 A color-added photograph of an oil field near Beaumont. A number of subsidiary buildings are visible in the foreground, 1938
[linen postcard, photomechanical print]
1991.183-565 A color-added photograph of Spindletop Oil Field near Beaumont, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in Germany.]
1991.183-566 A color-added photograph of an oil field near Beaumont. A large pond is visible in the foreground, about 1908-1910
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in USA.]
1991.183-567 A color-added photograph of an oil field near Beaumont. A number of subsidiary buildings are visible in the foreground, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-568 A stylized illustration of an oil field near Beaumont at night, 1935
[linen postcard, photomechanical print]
[Note on center of verso: "C.T. Art-Colortone."]
1991.183-569 A color-added photograph of an oil well gushing oil near Beaumont, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in Germany.]
1991.183-570 An aerial color-added photograph of the Spindletop Oil Field near Beaumont, 1954
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Short informational note on verso. Note on center of verso: "C.T. Photochrome."]
1991.183-571 A color-added photograph of Spindletop Oil Field near Beaumont, about 1922
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-572 A color-added photograph of an oil field near Beaumont. A number of subsidiary buildings are visible in the foreground, about 1910
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 2/8/1910 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-573 A color-added photograph of the Guffey Oil Station in Beaumont. Several oil storage tanks are visible in the right background, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in Germany.]
1991.183-574 A color-added photograph of a row of distillation stills in a oil refinery near Beaumont, about 1907
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 9/16/1907 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-575 A panorama photograph of an oil refinery and grounds in Beaumont. An adjoining road is visible to the right of the refinery, about 1907-1914
[panorama, photomechanical print]
1991.183-577 A real photographic postcard of an oil storage tank farm near Spindletop owned by the Yount-Lee Oil Company, then under construction, about 1928
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-578 A color-added photograph of the Burt Refinery in Beaumont. Several large oil storage tanks are visible in the foreground, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-579 A photograph of a bend in the Neches River near Beaumont. The left bank of the river is heavily forested, about 1907
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 11/22/1907 by San Augustine, Tex. post office.]
1991.183-580 A color-added photograph of an orange tree near Beaumont, about 1910
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in USA. Postcard stamped 9/30/1910 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-581 A photograph of two bowls of soup and crackers, in advertisement for Thorton's Truckstop Diner in Beaumont, after 1939
[advertising postcard, photochrome (offset lithography)]
1991.183-582 A photograph of the dining room of the Beaumont Petroleum Club in Beaumont, about 1939-1980
[advertising postcard, photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Short informational note on verso.]
1991.183-583 A photograph of a large home or mansion in Beaumont. The house is framed by a large tree to each side, and a decorative railing in the foreground, 1955
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Note on center of verso: "Curteichcolor."]
1991.183-584 A color-added photograph of the Gulf Pine Line Company office building. The front and left side facades of the building are visible, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-585 A real photographic postcard of a interior dining room. The room is decorated with decorative crockery and several silver containers, about 1909
[real photo postcard]
[Postcard stamped 8/13/1909 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-586 A color photograph of the McFaddin-Ward House in Beaumont, a historic building maintained as a museum. The card serves as an advertisement for a conference event taking place at the house on November 5-7, 1998
[advertising postcard, photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Short informational note on verso.]
1991.183-587 A color photograph of the McFaddin-Ward House in Beaumont, a historic building maintained as a museum, after 1974
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Short informational note on verso.]
1991.183-588 A color photograph of the McFaddin-Ward House in Beaumont, a historic building maintained as a museum. The front and left side facades of the building are visible. Several bunches of landscaped flowers are visible in the foreground, after 1974
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
1991.183-589 A color photograph of the conservatory and breakfast room in the McFaddin-Ward House in Beaumont, a historic building maintained as a museum. The room is ornately decorated, about 1990s
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
1991.183-590 A color photograph of the north bedroom in the McFaddin-Ward House in Beaumont, a historic building maintained as a museum, about 1990s
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
1991.183-591 A real photographic postcard of the Beaumont Depot of the Kansas City Southern Railway. The front and right side facades are visible, about 1950s
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-592 A real photographic postcard of a flooded street in Beaumont during a flood on May 18, 1923. The street is Liberty, between Pearl and Orleans. A number of people are posed in front of a store, as is four men in a small boat, May 18, 1923
[real photo postcard]
[Postcard dated 5/18/1923.]
1991.183-593 A real photographic postcard of a flooded street in Beaumont during a flood on May 18, 1923. The street is Pearl, facing north. A number of cars are stalled or moving down the street, May 18, 1923
[real photo postcard]
[Postcard dated 5/18/1923.]
1991.183-594 A photograph of the United State Post Office and Federal Court House in Beaumont. Two facades of the building are visible, about 1950s
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Note on center of verso: "Plastichrome."]
1991.183-595 An illustration of a seaside scene by night, underneath a moon and clouds. Caption text: "Greetings from Beaumont, Texas," 1938
[linen postcard, photomechanical print]
[Note on center of verso: "C.T. Art-Colortone." Postcard stamped 12/2/1939 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-596 A photograph of bags of harvested rice being loaded onto a small boat to be sent to a mill
[photograph]
1991.183-597 A photograph of two watercraft off the coast near Beaumont. In the foreground is a tugboat, and behind it is a much larger cargo ship
[photograph]
Box Postcard
1991.183-3 1991.183-1347 A photograph of the Spindletop Oil Field near Beaumont and Port Arthur. A body of water is visible in the foreground. Caption text: "Spindletop Oil Field, 10 Miles North of Port Arthur, Texas," about 1940s-1960s
[photomechanical print]
Humble, Texas
Box Postcard
1991.183-3 1991.183-1464 A photograph of an oil storage tank on fire in a Humble oil field operated by the Texas Co. (later Texaco) on July 23, 1905. Caption text: "Oil Field, Fire of Texas Co.'s Earthen Tanks, July 23. '05. Burning over 23 Acres of Tanks, Humble, Texas, Near Houston," about 1906
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped twice: 4/4/1906 by Houston post office, and 4/7/1906 by Springfield, Mass. post office.]
Lufkin, Texas
Box Postcard
1991.183-3 1991.183-1451 A photograph of a Episcopalian Church in Liberty. Two facades of the building are visible
[photograph]
1991.183-1452 A photograph of a house identified as the residence of a person named Shearer. The building is partially obscured by two trees in the foreground, about 1907
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-1453 A color-added photograph of the Lufkin Foundry and Machine Company's facilities in Lufkin, taken from an elevated perspective. The purpose of each building is identified by a small note. Elements of the image have been enhanced with illustration, 1939
[linen postcard, photomechanical print]
[Note on center of verso: "C.T. American Art."]
1991.183-1454 A color-added photograph of the First Baptist Church in Lufkin. The front and left side facades of the building are visible, about 1914
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 1/12/1914 by post office.]
Jasper, Texas
Box Postcard
1991.183-3 1991.183-1413 A photograph of what appears to be several bales of wool. Caption text: "The Fleecy Staple, Jasper, Tex," about 1908
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard 7/9/1908 by Jasper, Tex. post office.]
Nacogdoches, Texas
Box Postcard
1991.183-3 1991.183-1457 A real photographic postcard of a Nacogdoches woman with a black dog. The text on the recto identifies the woman as Mary Jane, and the dog as Jinks, about 1907
[real photo postcard]
[Postcard dated 3/11/1907 by correspondent. Postcard stamped 3/12/1907 by Nacogdoches post office.]
1991.183-1458 A real photographic postcard of a large building identified by a written caption as Nacogdoches High School, about 1906
[real photo postcard]
[Postcard stamped 4/24/1906 by Nacogdoches post office.]
1991.183-1459 A real photographic postcard of a large brick building with columns identified in the text as a school in Nacogdoches. The front and left side facades of the building are visible, about 1906
[real photo postcard]
[Postcard stamped 4/24/1906 by Nacogdoches post office.]
1991.183-1461 A real photographic postcard of Irion Hill in Nacogdoches. A dirt road runs through the left of the image, along which are situated two houses. An electric line runs along wooden poles to the right of the road, about 1904-1918
[real photo postcard]
Nederland, Texas
Box Postcard
1991.183-3 1991.183-1415 A photograph of the Nederland Pharmacy in Nederland. Several men are standing in the doorway. Caption text: "Nederland Pharmacy, F.A. Roach, Prop. Nederland, Texas," about 1930
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in USA. Postcard stamped 4/5/1930 by Nederland post office.]
1991.183-1416 An advertising postcard for The Schooner restaurant in Nederland. The postcard features a series of three images: the restaurant exterior, the entrance, and the dining and banquet room
[advertising postcard, photomechanical print]
[Short informational note on verso.]
1991.183-1417 A photograph of the Nederland Windmill museum and gift shop. Two women and a boy are visible standing near the doorway, about 1972
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Short informational note on verso. Postcard dated 1972.]
Newton, Texas
Box Postcard
1991.183-3 1991.183-1466 A real photographic postcard of a commercial street in Newton. A number of horse-drawn wagons are visible in the center background, about 1909
[real photo postcard]
[Postcard stamped 6/17/1909 by post office.]
Orange, Texas
Box Postcard
1991.183-2 1991.183-598 A series of small photographs of notable Orange scenes surrounding a illustrated Texas seal and the text: "Greetings from Orange," about 1909
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 9/13/1909 by New Orleans, La. post office.]
1991.183-599 A hand-colored illustration of two pink flowers. Caption text: "Greeting from Orange, Texas," about 1907-1914
1991.183-600 A photograph of Orange as seen from a distance. Caption text: "Hello From Orange, Texas," after 1939
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Note on center of verso: "Viewgram."]
1991.183-601 An advertisement for Crager's Specialty Store, featuring a calendar for December 1908 a poem, and an illustration of Santa Claus riding a sleigh and reindeer, about 1908
[advertising postcard, calendar]
[Postcard stamped 12/4/1938 by Orange post office.]
1991.183-602 A real photographic postcard of a billboard advertising Orange, featuring an illustration of a boat on an inland body of water, 1904-1918
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-603 A cartoon advertisement for Stuckey's Pecan Shoppe in Orange featuring the misfortunes of a tourist family, after 1945
[advertising postcard,]
[Note on center of verso: "Laffgram."]
1991.183-604 A cartoon advertisement for Stuckey's Pecan Shoppe in Orange featuring an automobile accident, after 1945
[advertising postcard,]
[Note on center of verso: "Laffgram."]
1991.183-605 A cartoon advertisement for Stuckey's Pecan Shoppe in Orange featuring a cowboy antagonizing a tourist with gunfire, after 1945
[advertising postcard,]
[Note on center of verso: "Laffgram."]
1991.183-606 A cork postcard featuring the text: "Greetings from Orange Tex. This Town is a Corker," about 1907-1914
[cork postcard]
1991.183-607 A QSL card for Jesse Bishop of Orange, featuring an illustration of the Confederate Battle Flag
[QSL card]
1991.183-608 A QSL card for Glenn Will of Orange, featuring an illustration of the US flag and the states of Texas and Louisiana
[QSL card]
1991.183-609 A QSL card for George and Kat Zirlott of Orange, featuring illustrations of their six cats
[QSL card]
1991.183-610 A QSL card for Curtis, Marie, Jerry, and Dale Mitchell of Orange, featuring an illustration of an old man flogging a radio with a whip
[QSL card]
1991.183-611 A QSL card for A.H. Hintze of Orange, featuring a stylized illustration of two radio relay towers, about 1947
[QSL card]
[Postcard stamped 3/28/1947 by Orange post office.]
1991.183-612 A QSL card for Roy R. Trahan, about 1954
[QSL card]
[Postcard dated 3/28/1954 by correspondent. Postcard stamped 4/6/1954 by Orange post office.]
1991.183-613 A series of three photographs of notable buildings in Orange: the Heritage House Museum, the W.H. Stark House, and the First Presbyterian Church, about 1990s
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
1991.183-614 A color-added photograph of the Orange County Court House in Orange. The building is partially obscured by two trees in the foreground, about 1910
[photomechanical print]
[Very similar to 1991.183-615. Note on the verso: "C.T. American Art."]
1991.183-615 A color-added photograph of the Orange County Court House in Orange. The building is partially obscured by two trees in the foreground, about 1910
[photomechanical print]
[Very similar to 1991.183-614. Postcard dated 12/14/1914.]
1991.183-616 A color-added photograph of the Orange County Court House in Orange. A horse is grazing in the right foreground. The front and left side facades of the building are visible, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-617 A photograph of the Orange County Court House in Orange. The building is partially obscured by two rows of palm trees in the left and right foreground, about 1929
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 10/21/1929 by Orange post office.]
1991.183-618 A real photographic postcard of the Orange County Court House in Orange, 1904-1918
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-619 A real photographic postcard of the Orange County Court House in Orange, after 1950
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-620 A color-added photograph of Orange County Court House in Orange. The front and left side facades are visible. Elements of the photograph have been added by illustration, 1936
[photomechanical print]
[Colored version of 1991.183-621. Two copies: 1991.183-620A and 1991.183-620B. 1991.183-620A stamped 2/25/1938 by Beaumont post office. 1991.183-620B stamped 2/8/1939 by Orange post office. Note on the verso: "C.T. American Art Colored."]
1991.183-622 A photograph of Orange County Court House in Orange. The front and left side facades are visible. Elements of the photograph have been added by illustration, 1936
[photomechanical print]
[Non-colored version 1991.183-620. Note on center of verso: "C.T. Photo-Finish."]
1991.183-623 A photograph of Orange County Court House in Orange. The front and right side facades of the building are visible, about 1950s
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Note on center of verso: "Plastichrome."]
1991.183-624 A real photographic postcard of Orange County Court House in Orange. The front and right side facades of the building are visible, about 1949
[real photo postcard]
[Postcard dated 10/31/1949.]
1991.183-625 A real photographic postcard of the U.S. Post Office in Orange. The front and right side facades of the building are visible, about 1956
[real photo postcard]
[Postcard stamped 4/6/1956 by Orange post office.]
1991.183-626 A real photographic postcard of Orange City Hall, about 1949
[real photo postcard]
[Postcard dated 9/24/1949 by correspondent. Postcard stamped 9/26/1949 by Orange post office.]
1991.183-627 A color-added photograph of the Anderson School in Orange. Two facades of the building are visible, about 1909
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard dated 4/9/1909 by San Marcos, Tex. post office.]
1991.183-628 A color-added photograph of the Anderson School in Orange. Three children are visible in the foreground. Two facades of the building are visible, about 1910
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-629 A real photographic postcard of the Anderson School in Orange. The front and right side facades of the building are visible, about 1950s-1960s
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-630 A real photographic postcard of the Carr Jr. High School in Orange. The front and left side facades of the building are visible, about 1950s-1960s
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-631 A color-added photograph of Orange High School in Orange. The right side façade of the building is obscured by a large tree. A crowd of children is visible in the left foreground, about 1908
[photomechanical print]
[Very similar to 1991.183-633. Two copies: 1991.183-631A and 1991.183-631B. 1991.183-631B is stamped 9/8/1908 by Orange post office.]
1991.183-632 A color-added photograph of Orange High School in Orange. The front and right side facades of the building are visible, about 1910
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-633 A color-added photograph of Orange High School in Orange. The right side façade of the building is obscured by a large tree. A crowd of children is visible in the left foreground, about 1910
[photomechanical print]
[Very similar to 1991.183-631. Postcard stamped 5/27/1910 by Orange post office.]
1991.183-634 A photograph of Orange High School in Orange. The front and left side facades of the building are visible. A number of students are visible in the foreground, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-635 A photograph of Orange High School in Orange. The front and left side facades of the building are visible. A number of students are visible in the foreground, about 1907-1915
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-636 A color-added photograph of Orange High School in Orange. The front and left side facades of the building are visible, 1916
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-637 A real photographic postcard of Orange High School in Orange. The front and left side facades of the building are visible, 1918-1930
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-638 A real photographic postcard of a high school in Orange. The left side of the building is obscured by several palm trees, about 1946
[real photo postcard]
[Two copies: 1991.183-638A and 1991.183-638B. 1991.183-638A is stamped 4/6/1946 by Orange post office. 1991.183-638B is stamped 2/4/1947 by Orange post office.]
1991.183-639 A real photographic postcard of Orange High School in Orange, about 1949
[real photo postcard]
[Postcard stamped 10/14/1949 and 10/21/1949 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-640 A photograph of Senior-Junior High School in Orange. Two facades of the building are visible, about 1950s
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Note on center of verso: "Plastichrome."]
1991.183-641 A color-added photograph of the First Baptist Church in Orange, 1916
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-642 A photograph of the First Baptist Church in Orange. The front and right side facades of the building are visible, about 1922
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 5/8/1922 by Orange post office.]
1991.183-643 A photograph of the First Baptist Church in Orange. The front and right side facades of the building are visible. Another church building is visible in the left background, 1955
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Note on center of verso "Curteichcolor R Art Creation."]
1991.183-644 A real photographic postcard of the First Baptist Church in Orange. The front and right side facades of the building are visible. Another church building is visible in the left background, about 1950s-1960s
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-645 A real photographic postcard of the First Baptist Church in Orange. The front and right side facades of the building are visible, about 1914
[real photo postcard]
[Postcard dated 12/14/1914.]
1991.183-646 A color-added photograph of St. Mary's Catholic Church in Orange. The front and left sides of the building are visible, about 1901-1907
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-647 A photograph of St. Mary's Catholic Church in Orange. The front and left sides of the building are visible, 1931
[photomechanical print]
[Note on center of verso: "C.T. Photo-Finish."]
1991.183-648 A photograph of St. Mary's Catholic Church in Orange. The front and right sides of the building are visible, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-649 A color-added photograph of St. Mary's Catholic Church in Orange. The front and left sides of the building are visible, 1913
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-650 A real photographic postcard of St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Orange. The front and right side facades of the building are visible, about 1950s-1960s
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-651 A color-added photograph of the Lutcher Memorial Methodist Church in Orange. The front and right side facades of the building are visible, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in Germany.]
1991.183-652 A photograph of a Presbyterian church in Orange. The building is heavily obscured by several trees in the foreground, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-653 A real photographic postcard of the Lutcher Memorial Methodist Church in Orange. The front and right side facades of the building are visible, about 1928
[real photo postcard]
[Postcard dated 7/27/1928 by correspondent.]
1991.183-654 A real photographic postcard of the Masonic Temple in Orange. The front and right side facades of the building are visible
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-655 A photograph of Lutcher Hospital in Orange. The front and left side facades of the building are visible, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-656 A photograph of Orange Memorial Hospital in Orange, 1963
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Note on center of verso: "Curteichcolor R 3-D Natural Color Reproduction."]
1991.183-657 A color-added photograph of the Orange National Bank in Orange. The front and right side facades of the building are visible, about 1939
[photomechanical print]
[Two copies: 1991.183-657A and 1991.183-657B. 1991.183-657B is stamped 3/24/1939 by Orange post office.]
1991.183-659 A real photographic postcard of the Orange depot for the Southern Pacific Railway. The front and left side facades of the building are visible, about 1950s
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-660 A real photographic postcard of the Orange depot for the Southern Pacific Railway. The front and right side facades of the building are visible, 1967
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-661 A photographic advertisement for Grande Courts, a motel near Orange. The motel is depicted from a distance, about 1950s
[advertising postcard, photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Short informational note on verso. Two copies: 1991.183-661A and 1991.183-661B. 1991.183-661A stamped 3/10/1950 by Lebanon, N.H. post office. Note on center of verso: "Dextone. Made Direct from Kodachrome and Ansco Color."]
1991.183-662 An illustration of the Holiday Inn in Orange, portrayed from an elevated perspective. The front and right side facades of the building are visible
[advertising postcard, photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Short informational note on verso. Note on center of verso: "Curteichcolor R 3-D Natural Color Reproduction."]
1991.183-663 A color-added photograph of the Holland Hotel in Orange. The building is partially obscured by a large tree in the center foreground, about 1907
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard dated 9/12/1907 by correspondent.]
1991.183-664 A photograph of the Holland Hotel in Orange. Two facades of the building are visible, about 1901-1907
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-665 A color-added photograph of the Holland Hotel in Orange. The building is partially obscured by a large tree in the center foreground, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-666 A color-added photograph of the Orange depot for the Southern Pacific Railway. Two facades of the building are visible. A train is steaming past in the right background, about 1908-1910
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-667 A real photographic postcard of the Orange depot for the Southern Pacific Railway. The front and left side facades of the building are visible, about 1950s
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-668 A photograph of the Du Pont's Sabine River Works chemical plant in Orange. A parking lot filled with automobiles is visible in the foreground, about 1950s
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Very similar to 1991.183-669. Two copies: 1991.183-668A and 1991.183-668B. Note on center of verso: "Plastichrome."]
1991.183-669 A photograph of the Du Pont's Sabine River Works chemical plant in Orange. A parking lot filled with automobiles is visible in the foreground, about 1965
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Very similar to 1991/813-0668. Postcard stamped 5/10/1965 by Orange post office.]
1991.183-670 A photograph of the Entrance gate to the U.S. Naval Station in Orange. Two guards stand near the gate, 1957
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Note on center of verso: "Natural Color Reproduction-Curteichcolor R Art-Creation."]
1991.183-671 A real photographic postcard of the Orange depot for the Southern Pacific Railway. The front and left side facades of the building are visible, 1918-1930
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-672 A photograph of the Jefferson County Airport in Orange. A propeller passenger plane in the right foreground obscures the building, 1957
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
1991.183-673 A photographic advertisement featuring the interior of the S. and L. Pharmacy in Orange. Three employees stand behind the counter, about 1939-1980
[advertising postcard, photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Short informational note on verso. Note on center of verso: "Silvercraft."]
1991.183-674 A photograph of the Elk's Club in Orange. The front and left side facades of the building are visible, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-675 Two photographs of notable buildings in Orange: the Orange National Bank, and the Anderson School, about 1908
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 12/4/1908 by Orange post office.]
1991.183-676 A photograph of the Sunset Grove Country Club in Orange. The left side of the building is obscured by a large tree, about 1942
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 11/20/1942 by Orange post office.]
1991.183-677 A color-added photograph of the grounds of Lutcher's Mill in Orange, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-678 A photographic advertisement for the Tower Seafood and Steak House in Orange. There are two photographs postcard: an exterior of the restaurant, and an interior of the dining room, before 1956
[advertising postcard, photomechanical print]
[Two copies: 1991.183-678A and 1991.183-678B. Note on center of verso: "Eckco-Chrome."]
1991.183-679 A photographic advertisement of the "Garden Terrace" of the Jack Tar Orange House, a hotel in Orange. The Terrace is a courtyard seating area adjacent to a swimming pool. The photograph is taken from an elevated perspective, about 1950s
[advertising postcard, photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Short informational note on verso.]
1991.183-680 A photographic advertisement of the "Garden Terrace" of the Jack Tar Orange House, a hotel in Orange, about 1950s
[advertising postcard, photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Short informational note on verso.]
1991.183-681 A photographic advertisement for the Jack Tar Orange House in Orange. The photograph is taken from an aerial perspective, about 1950s
[advertising postcard, photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Two copies: 1991.183-681A and 1991.183-681B.]
1991.183-682 An advertising illustration of the Jack Tar Orange House in Orange. The illustration is made from an elevated perspective. The front and right side facades of the building are visible, about 1950s
[advertising postcard, photochrome (offset lithography)]
1991.183-683 A photographic advertisement for Sabine Courts, a motel in Orange. The motel is a series of brick cottages, about 1950s
[advertising postcard, linen postcard, photomechanical print]
[Short informational note on verso.]
1991.183-684 A photographic advertisement of the Siesta Motel, a motel in Orange. Two facades of the building are visible, about 1950s
[advertising postcard, linen postcard, photomechanical print]
[Short informational note on verso.]
1991.183-685 A photographic advertisement of the Pines Motel, a motel in Orange. The perspective is from a distance, across a road, about 1950s
[advertising postcard, photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Very similar to 1991.183-686. Note on center of verso: "Glo-Var Finish." Very similar to 1991.183-686.]
1991.183-686 A photographic advertisement of the Pines Motel, a motel in Orange. The perspective is from a distance, across a road, about 1950s
[advertising postcard, photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Very similar to 1991.183-685. Note on center of verso: "MWM Color-Litho 'Bursheen' Finished."]
1991.183-687 A photographic advertisement of a bedroom in the Pines Motel, a motel in Orange, 1952
[advertising postcard, photomechanical print]
[Reprint of original. Note on the verso: "C.T. American Art."]
1991.183-688 A photographic advertisement of the Pines Motel, a motel in Orange. The two buildings are partially obscured by several trees in the foreground, 1953
[advertising postcard, photomechanical print]
[Reprint of original. Note on the verso: "C.T. American Art."]
1991.183-689 A photographic advertisement of the MacArthur Hotel Courts, a motel in Orange. The perspective is from a distance, about 1951
[advertising postcard, photomechanical print]
[Short informational note on verso. Note on center of verso: "Tichnor Quality Views." Postcard stamped 1/15/1951 by Orange post office.]
1991.183-690 A photographic advertisement of the MacArthur Hotel Courts, a motel in Orange. The perspective is from an elevated perspective, about 1930-1945
[advertising postcard, linen postcard, photomechanical print]
[Short informational note on verso. Note on center of verso: "Tichnor Quality Views."]
1991.183-691 A real photographic postcard of the MacArthur Hotel Courts, a motel in Orange. The perspective is from a distance, across a road in the foreground, about 1950s-1960s
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-692 A real photographic postcard of the Hotel Florence in Orange. The building is partially obscured by two palm trees in the left and right foreground, about 1920s
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-693 A color-added photograph of the Holland Hotel in Orange. The front and left side facades of the building are visible, about 1909
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in USA. Postcard stamped 9/9/1909 by Orange post office.]
1991.183-694 A real photographic postcard of the New Holland Hotel in Orange. The front and left side facades of the building are visible, about 1953
[real photo postcard]
[Postcard stamped 5/11/1953 by Orange post office.]
1991.183-695 A photograph of the Holland Hotel in Orange. The front and left side facades of the building are visible, about 1907
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard dated 9/27/1907 by correspondent. Postcard stamped 9/27/1907 by Orange post office.]
1991.183-696 A color-added photograph of the Holland Hotel in Orange. The front and left side facades of the building are visible. A landscaped lawn area is visible in the foreground, 1916
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-697 A color-added photograph of the Holland Hotel in Orange. The front and left side facades of the building are visible. The building is partially obscured by a tree in the center foreground, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-698 A color-added photograph of a large house that was the Orange residence of F.H. Farwell, known elsewhere as the Old Mission Residence. The building is partially obscured by two trees in the left and right foreground, 1913
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-699 A photograph of a large, ornate house that was the Orange residence of Mrs. H.J. Lutcher. Two facades of the building are visible. The building is partially obscured by a tree in the center foreground, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-700 A color-added photograph of a large, ornate house in Orange known as the Link Residence, designed by H.L. Banker. Two facades of the building are visible. The building is partially obscured by several trees in the foreground, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in USA.]
1991.183-701 A color-added photograph of a large, ornate house in Orange known as the Link Residence, designed by H.L. Banker, about 1910
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in USA.]
1991.183-702 A color-added photograph of a large, ornate house in Orange known as the Link Residence, designed by H.L. Banker, 1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-703 A real photographic postcard of the bridge linking Port Arthur and Orange over the Neches River. The perspective is from one end of the bridge looking upwards, about 1950s-1960s
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-704 A real photographic postcard of the bridge linking Port Arthur and Orange over the Neches River. The perspective is from one end of the bridge looking upwards, about 1950s-1960s
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-705 A photograph of a bridge over Adams Bayou near Orange. The perspective is at one end of the bridge, below it and to the right, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-706 A real photographic postcard of the bridge linking Port Arthur and Orange over the Neches River. The perspective is from one end, below the bridge and to the left, about 1950s-1960s
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-707 A real photographic postcard of the bridge linking Port Arthur and Orange over the Neches River. The perspective is from a distance, with a marshy area in the foreground, about 1950s-1960s
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-708 A real photographic postcard of the bridge linking Port Arthur and Orange over the Neches River. The perspective is from one end, below the bridge and to the right, about 1949
[real photo postcard]
[Postcard 11/8/1949 by Orange post office.]
1991.183-709 A photograph of a bridge over the Sabine River in Orange, also known as the Sabine Memorial Bridge, about 1927-1960s
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-710 A photograph of a bridge over the Sabine River in Orange, also known as the Sabine Memorial Bridge. The perspective is from one end of the bridge. Caption text: "Louisiana-Texas Bridge on O.S.T., Orange, Texas," about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-711 A photograph of a bridge over the Sabine River in Orange, also known as the Sabine Memorial Bridge. The perspective is from one end, below the bridge and to the right, about 1927-1950s
[photomechanical print]
[Note on center of verso: "C.T. Photo-Finish."]
1991.183-712 A real photographic postcard of the bridge linking Port Arthur and Orange over the Neches River. The perspective is from one end, below the bridge and to the right, after 1938
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-713 A photograph of the bridge linking Port Arthur and Orange over the Neches River. The perspective is at one end of the bridge, below it and to the right, after 1938
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-714 A photograph of a bridge over the Sabine River in Orange, also known as the Sabine Memorial Bridge, after 1939
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
1991.183-715 A color-added photograph of Front Street in Orange, about 1901-1907
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-716 A photograph of Fifth Street in Orange, about 1915-1930
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-717 A color-added photograph of a street in Orange. Caption text: "'Where the Business is Done,' Orange, Tex," about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
[Very similar to 1991.183-745.]
1991.183-718 A photograph of a street in the business section of Orange. Several parked and moving automobiles are visible in the foreground, about 1915-1930
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-719 A photograph of a Fifth Street in Orange. Several parked and moving automobiles are visible in the foreground, about 1924
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 5/10/1924 by Orange post office.]
1991.183-720 A color-added photograph of Fifth Street in Orange, 1916
[photomechanical print]
[Note on the verso: "C.T. American Art."]
1991.183-721 A color-added photograph of Green Avenue. The street is framed by a row of trees on each side, about 1908-1910
[photomechanical print]
[Note on the verso: "C.T. Photochrome."]
1991.183-722 A photograph of Green Avenue. The street is framed by a row of barren trees on each side, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-723 A color-added photograph of the First Presbyterian Church in Orange. The front and right side facades of the building are visible, 1913
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 8/10/1919 by Orange post office.]
1991.183-724 A photograph of the First Presbyterian Church in Orange. The front and right side facades of the building are visible, about 1926
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard dated 3/15/1926 by correspondent. Postcard stamped 3/16/1926 by Orange post office.]
1991.183-725 A photograph of the Orange National Bank in Orange. The front and right side facades of the building are visible, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-726 A photograph of the First Methodist Church in Orange. The front and right side facades of the building are visible, about 1923-1930
[photomechanical print]
[Note on center of verso: "C.T. Photo-Finish."]
1991.183-727 A photograph of the First Presbyterian Church, known here as the "Lutcher Memorial Church," in Orange. The front and right side facades of the building are visible, 1914
[photomechanical print]
[Note on the verso: "C.T. American Art."]
1991.183-728 A photograph of the First Methodist Church in Orange. The front and right side facades of the building are visible, about 1923-1930
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-729 A photograph of the First Methodist Church in Orange. The front and right side facades of the building are visible, about 1950s
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
1991.183-730 A real photographic postcard of the Church of Christ in Orange. Several facades of the building are visible, about 1950s-1960s
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-731 A real photographic postcard of City Hall in Orange, after 1944
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-732 A photograph of the home of E.W. Brown, Jr. in Orange. This home would eventually become Orange City Hall, about 1924-1944
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-733 A photograph of a residential street in Orange. A row of palm trees lines the left side of the street, about 1907-1952
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-734 A real photographic postcard of a large house that was the Orange residence of F.H. Farwell, known elsewhere as the Old Mission Residence. The front and left side facades of the house are visible
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-735 A color-added photograph of a large house identified as the Old Mission Residence, also known as the home of F.H. Farwell. The front and left side facades of the house are visible, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in Germany.]
1991.183-736 A color-added photograph of a large house identified as the Orange residence of Hon. J.W. Link. Two facades of the building are visible, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-737 A photograph of a large house identified as the Orange residence of Hon. J.W. Link. Two facades of the building are visible, about 1907
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard dated 10/2/1907 by correspondent. Postcard stamped 10/3/1907 by Orange post office.]
1991.183-738 A color-added photograph of a house identified as the Orange residence of L. Miller, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-739 A photograph of a large house identified as the Orange residence of William H. Stark. Two facades of the building are visible, about 1907-1915
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-740 A photograph of a large house identified as the Orange residence of Hon. J.W. Link. Two facades of the building are visible, about 1907-1916
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-741 A color-added photograph of a large house identified as the Orange residence of John T. Hart. The building is partially obscured by foliage in the left and right foreground, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-742 A photograph of a large residence in Orange, situated on a body of water. A small passenger boat is docked in the right foreground, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-743 A photograph of Sabine River Drive in Austin. The Sabine River is visible to the left of the street, about 1940
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 9/7/1940 by Lake Charles, La. post office.]
1991.183-744 A Christmas card from the First National Bank of Orange featuring a photograph of the bank and surrounding area after a snowfall, about 1950s-1960s
[photochrome (offset lithography), Christmas card]
[Note at bottom of verso: "Genuine Natural Color Made by Dexter Press Inc."]
1991.183-745 A color-added photograph of a street in Orange. Caption text: "'Where the Business is Done,' Orange, Tex," about 1908
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 8/14/1908 by Orange post office.]
1991.183-746 A color-added photograph of a man on horseback riding down a rural road, with a house in the left background. Caption text: "'Coming to Town,' Orange, Tex," about 1908
[photomechanical print]
[Very similar to 1991.183-747, 0804. Postcard stamped 4/21/1908 by Orange post office.]
1991.183-747 A color-added photograph of a man on horseback riding down a rural road, with a house in the left background. Caption text: "'Coming to Town,' Orange, Tex," about 1908-1910
[photomechanical print]
[Very similar to 1991.183-746, 0804. Printed in USA. Postcard stamped 11/13/1911 by Orange post office.]
1991.183-748 A color-added photograph of rural road through a forested area. Caption text: "A Favorite Drive. Orange, Tex," about 1909
[photomechanical print]
[Colored version of 1991.183-749.Postcard stamped 2/25/1909 by Orange post office.]
1991.183-749 A photograph of rural road through a forested area. Caption text: "Beautiful Driveway near Orange, Texas," about 1911
[photomechanical print]
[Non-colored version of 1991.183-748. Very similar to Postcard stamped 8/13/1911 by Orange post office.]
1991.183-750 A photograph of the Orange Rice Mill in Orange. The mill is located adjacent to a body of water, about 1915-1930
[photomechanical print]
[Very similar to 1991.183-717.]
1991.183-751 A real photographic postcard of the launching of the ship "City of Shreveport" from the shipyards of Orange
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-752 A real photographic postcard of a woman, identified on the verso as "Katherine Griggs," in business dress walking down a city streets, about 1920-1935
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-753 A real photographic postcard of a portrait of a girl, identified on the verso as "Katherine Elizabeth Griggs," standing in front of a building identified as "Granny Dell's house," about 1904-1918
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-754 A real photographic postcard of a young girl identified as "Nancy Griggs" in a costume, next to a doll in a decorative stand, about 1904-1918
[real photo postcard]
[Note on recto: "Old home at 608 Sixth Street. Nancy for a parade- Costume made by Mother."]
1991.183-755 A real photographic postcard of two young girls, identified on the verso as "Nancy Griggs" and "Catherine Griggs," in costume with a doll in a decorative stand, about 1904-1918
[real photo postcard]
[Note on recto: "Parade Costume."]
1991.183-756 A real photographic postcard of several men and women standing in a forested area in Orange amongst two automobiles. Two of the men are identified in the verso as "W.C. Griggs" and "Horace Watson," about 1904-1918
[real photo postcard]
[Note on recto: "W.C. Griggs + Horace Watson + families in woods in Orange."]
1991.183-757 A real photographic postcard of four children, two of which are identified on the verso as "Katherine + Nancy Griggs," standing in front of a house, amongst a patch of flowers, about 1904-1918
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-758 A real photographic postcard of a portrait of a small girl, identified on the verso as "Katherine Griggs," balancing on a banister, 1909
[real photo postcard]
[Two copies: 1991.183-758A & 1991.183-758B.]
1991.183-759 A real photographic postcard of a small boy sitting in a sandbox, about 1904-1918
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-760 A real photographic postcard of a portrait of a small girl, identified on the verso as Katherine Griggs, balancing on the seat of a chair, 1909
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-761 A real photographic postcard of a portrait of a smiling infant, identified on the verso as Katherine Griggs, sitting in a chair, 1908
[real photo postcard]
[Three copies: 1991.183-761A, 1991.183-761B, and 1991.183-761C.]
1991.183-762 A real photographic postcard of two girls, identified on the verso as Nancy and Katherine Griggs, each smiling and holding a bunch of flowers, about 1914
[real photo postcard]
[Two copies: 1991.183-762A and 1991.183-762B.]
1991.183-763 A novelty postcard featuring a color-added photograph of tree women sitting on a haystack greeting a man with his back turned to the viewer. Caption text: "Haying in Orange Tex," about 1907-1914
[advertising postcard, photomechanical print]
[Printed in Germany. Note on the verso indicates that this particular card was sent to retailers as an advertisement for this line of postcards.]
1991.183-764 A real photographic postcard of a pond in the Sunset Grove Golf Course in Orange. The pond is forested on the left side, about 1927-1940
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-765 A real photographic postcard of seven men posed in front of a business establishment. Three of the men are dressed as restaurant workers, about 1909
[real photo postcard]
[Postcard stamped 2/20/1909 by Orange post office.]
1991.183-766 Blank postcard featuring a note: "Will not be at store this evening- staying at home to pack up + get all ready to leave at 4:30 am. Tomorrow morning. So here's luck. Look for use when you see us. Love to all- Dad," about 1924
[Postcard dated 8/12/1924 by correspondent. Postcard stamped 8/12/1924 by Orange post office.]
1991.183-767 A real photographic postcard of a warehouse in Orange. The building is partially obscured by a piece of industrial equipment, about 1920s
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-768 A real photographic postcard of the Orange shipyard from the perspective of Fort Mulberry St., about 1920s
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-769 A photograph of the Sunset Grove Country Club in Orange. The golf course is visible in the left background, and the club house is visible in the right background, about 1927-1959
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-770 A photograph of the Sunset Grove Country Club in Orange, particularly the club house, about 1927-1959
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-771 A photographic advertisement for Farmers Mercantile in Orange, featuring the interior of the store, about 1970s
[advertising postcard, photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Printed in USA.]
1991.183-772 A real photographic postcard of the Orange station of the Gulf Coast Railroad. The building partially obscured by a palm tree in the center foreground, about 1920s
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-773 A color-added photograph of Pinehurst Stables in Orange. Caption text: "Pinehurst Stables, Owned by E.W. Brown, JR., Orange, Texas." Building is partially obscured by several trees in the foreground, 1936
[linen postcard, photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 1/4/1939 by Orange post office.]
1991.183-774 A color-added photograph of Joe Bailey's Bridge City Fish Camp in Orange. A number of automobiles are parked in the foreground, about 1915-1930
[linen postcard, photomechanical print]
[Note on verso: "Tichnor Quality Views."]
1991.183-775 A color-added panorama postcard of a large house identified as the residence of J.W. Link, as well as the surrounding Green Avenue. The building is partially obscured by several trees in the center foreground, about 1907
[panorama, photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 12/14/1907 by post office.]
1991.183-776 A photograph of a lake near Orange. A boat or ship is visible in the far background, about 1906
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 4/11/1906 by Orange post office.]
1991.183-777 A photograph of a water pipe in a grassy area. Behind the pipe is a fountain spray of water. Caption text: "Orange, Texas. Famous for its Pure Artesian Well Water. Orange Ice, Light and Water Company's 12 Inch Well Natural Flow One Million Gallons Per Day," about 1914
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 6/9/1914 by Orange post office.]
1991.183-778 A photograph of an older man sitting a top a longhorn steer. The photograph is mounted in an illustrated paper frame
1991.183-779 A photograph of the water front along the Sabine in Orange. A small boat with passengers is visible in the central background, about 1901-1907
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-780 A color-added photograph of a crowd of men and women standing at the Orange waterfront, awaiting the arrival of a U.S. naval torpedo boat fleet, about 1910
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-781 A real photographic postcard of a street on the main business district of Orange. Two lines of automobiles line either side of the street, about 1950s
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-782 A real photographic postcard of a large freighter navigating the Sabine River near Orange, about 1950s
[real photo postcard]
[Very similar to 1991.183-790.]
1991.183-783 A photograph of the U.S. Navy Torpedo boat Thornton navigating the Sabine River near Orange, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-784 A real photographic postcard of the Sabine River waterfront near Orange, about 1904-1918
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-785 A photograph of the Levingston Shipyards in Orange. A boat and a cargo crane are visible in the center background, about 1950s
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Two copies: 1991.183-785A and 1991.183-785B. Note on center of verso: "Plastichrome."]
1991.183-786 A real photographic postcard of the Texas Group of the U.S. Navy's Atlantic Reserve Fleet, based in Orange. A long line of warships sits moored along the coast, about 1950s-1960s
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-787 A photograph of the Texas Group of the U.S. Navy's Atlantic Reserve Fleet, based in Orange. Two lines of warships are moored, 1957
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Very similar to 1991.183-788.]
1991.183-788 A photograph of the Texas Group of the U.S. Navy's Atlantic Reserve Fleet, based in Orange. Two lines of warships are moored, 1957
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Very similar to 1991.183-787.]
1991.183-789 A photograph of Green Avenue in Orange. Written text on recto: "Green Avenue. Looking East and West. Orange, Tex," about 1906
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 2/24/1906 by Orange post office.]
1991.183-790 A real photographic postcard of a large freighter navigating the Sabine River near Orange, about 1930-1950
[real photo postcard]
[Very similar to 1991.183-782.]
1991.183-791 A real photographic postcard of a Revenue Cutter in Orange. Sailors are visible on the deck, about 1911
[real photo postcard]
[Postcard stamped twice: stamped 9/12/1911 by Orange post office, and 9/13/1911 by post office.]
1991.183-793 A color-added photograph of the sailing ship City of Orange, which was built in Orange. Another smaller excursion boat is visible in the left foreground, 1917
[photomechanical print]
[Note on the verso: "C.T. American Art."]
1991.183-794 A color-added photograph of a shipyard in Orange. A sailing ship is moored in the left background, 1916
[photomechanical print]
[Note on the verso: "C.T. American Art."]
1991.183-795 A color-added photograph of a sailing ship under construction at a shipyard at Orange, 1917
[photomechanical print]
[Note on the verso: "C.T. American Art."]
1991.183-796 A color-added photograph of a sailing ship, apparently built in Orange, near the coast. A boat and a smaller ship are visible in the right background, 1916
[photomechanical print]
[Note on the verso: "C.T. American Art."]
1991.183-797 A color-added photograph of the Sabine River waterfront in Orange. A passenger boat is navigating the water in the center background. Caption text: "Sabine River, Saw Mill and Light Plant, Orange, Texas," about 1911
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in Germany. Postcard stamped 5/27/1911 by Orange post office.]
1991.183-798 A photograph of a paper mill in Orange. A railway and a pile of wooden refuse are visible in the foreground, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-799 A color-added photograph of the Henry Piaggio shipyard in Orange, 1917
[photomechanical print]
[Note on the verso: "C.T. American Art."]
1991.183-800 A color-added photograph of boats navigating past the Sabine River waterfront in Orange, about 1910
[photomechanical print]
[Note on the verso: "C.T. Photochrome."]
1991.183-801 A photograph of Lutcher's Mill in Orange. A large marshy area is visible in the foreground, about 1908
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 8/13/1908 by Orange post office.]
1991.183-802 A real photographic postcard of a bayou in or near Orange. The perspective is located on the water, probably from a boat, about 1918-1930
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-803 A photographic portrait of two men posed in the street in Orange, about 1906
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 5/10/1906 by Orange post office.]
1991.183-804 A color-added photograph of a man on horseback riding down a rural road, with a house in the left background. Caption text: "'Coming to Town,' Orange, Tex," about 1908-1910
[photomechanical print]
[Very similar to 1991.183-746, 0747.]
1991.183-805 A photograph of the Sabine River waterfront in Orange. The city shore is visible in the background, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-806 A color-added photograph of a Bayou in or near Orange. Elements of the image have been added via illustration, about 1910s
[photomechanical print]
[Very similar to 1991.183-808. Verso is blank (no printing).]
1991.183-807 A photograph of two women and a man sitting in a small boat on Adams Bayou in Orange. The men and women are dressed formally, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
[Very similar to 1991.183-837.]
1991.183-808 A color-added photograph of a Bayou in or near Orange, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
[Very similar to 1991.183-806. Printed in Germany.]
1991.183-809 A color-added photograph of a forested area along the Sabine River in or near Orange. A small boat is visible in the center background, about 1910
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in USA. Postcard stamped 7/16/1910 by Orange post office.]
1991.183-810 A color-added photograph of a body of water in a forested area in or near Orange. Caption text: "Good Fishing, Orange, Texas," about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in Germany.]
1991.183-811 A photograph of the waterfront of the Sabine River in Orange. A number of boats are docked along the riverside, about 1910
[photomechanical print]
[Non-colored version of 1991.183-812. Postcard stamped 4/5/1910 by Orange post office.]
1991.183-812 A color-added photograph of the waterfront of the Sabine River in Orange. A number of boats are docked along the riverside, about 1908-1910
[photomechanical print]
[Colored version of 1991.183-811.]
1991.183-813 A photograph of the Orange waterfront and the Sabine River. A steamboat is docked in the left background, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-814 A color-added photograph of a Bayou in or near Orange, about 1909
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 3/6/1909 by Orange post office.]
1991.183-815 A real photographic postcard of a bayou area in or near Orange. A large group of lily pads is visible in the foreground, about 1927-1940
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-816 Two photographs of notable buildings in Orange: the First National Bank and the Miller and Link Lumber Co., about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
[Two copies: 1991.183-816A and 1991.183-816B. 1991.183-816B is stamped twice: 11/24/1910 by Orange post office, and 11/28/1910 by Cadillac, Mich. post office.]
1991.183-817 A photograph of the Yellow Pine Paper Mill in Orange, about 1901-1907
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-818 A color-added photograph of the Sabine River waterfront in Orange. A small steamboat navigates down the waterfront, 1916
[photomechanical print]
[Note on the verso: "C.T. American Art."]
1991.183-819 A color-added photograph of five people in a small boat in a body of water near Orange. The river front is forested. Caption text: "A Pleasant Trip Near Orange, Texas," about 1913
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-820 A color-added photograph of two duck-hunters on a boat on a body of water in or near Orange. Caption text: "Duck Hunters Retreat, Orange, Texas," about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in Germany.]
1991.183-821 A real photographic postcard of some oil-pumping piping and equipment of the Orange Petroleum Co. of Orange. Two men are visible operating the equipment. Caption text: "Orange Petroleum Co. Orange Texas. ToALE No-1- Over Thousand Barrels Gusher April 29," 1921
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-822 A real photographic postcard of an iron works, identified as the Consolidated Western Division of the U.S. Steel Corp in Orange. The photograph was taken from an aerial perspective, about 1954
[real photo postcard]
[Postcard stamped 7/25/1954 by Orange post office.]
1991.183-823 A real photographic postcard of three large ships under construction in Orange. Several piles of lumber are visible in the foreground, about 1918-1930
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-824 A real photographic postcard of two large ships under construction in Orange. Several piles of lumber are visible in the foreground, about 1918-1930
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-825 A real photographic postcard of the interior of a ship under construction in Orange, 1918
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-826 A real photographic postcard of a large ship under construction in Orange. Several piles of lumber are visible in the foreground, 1918
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-827 A real photographic postcard of two large ships under construction in Orange. Workers and several piles of lumber are visible in the foreground, 1918
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-828 A photograph of a lumber yard belonging to the Texas Creosoting Co. in Orange. A factory is visible in the center background. Caption text: "Texas Creosoting Co., 'Black Beauty' Products, Orange, Texas."
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-829 A color-added photograph of line of oxen carts transporting harvested logs down a forest path, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-830 A color illustration of the Yellow Pine Paper Mill Company in Orange, portrayed from an elevated perspective, about 1914
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard dated 1/27/1914 by correspondent.]
1991.183-831 A color-added photograph of the Lutcher and Moore Log Camp in or near Orange. Logs are visible in the foreground, several carts are visible in the background, about 1908
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 8/18/1908 by Orange post office.]
1991.183-832 A color-added photograph of logs floating on the Sabine River in or near Orange. A large sailing ship is visible in the center background, about 1908
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 9/10/1908 by Orange post office.]
1991.183-833 A color-added photograph of large house identified as the Orange residence of Mrs. H.J. Lutcher. An ornate fountain is visible in the left foreground, 1914
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in USA. Note on the verso: "C.T. Photochrom."]
1991.183-834 A photograph of a cart and a team of oxen in Orange. Two drovers are visible in the right background, about 1904-1920s
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-835 A real photographic postcard of a busy street in Orange. The street is unpaved and muddy, and is filled with oxen and horses pulling carts of goods as well as people. The buildings are wooden and rough-looking. Caption text: "Oxen, Mules, Folks, and Mudd," about 1918-1930
[real photo postcard]
[Content of photograph appears to be significantly older than age of postcard (about 1918-1930), possibly late 1800s.]
1991.183-836 A real photographic postcard of a street in Orange. The street is unpaved and muddy. The buildings are wooden and rough-looking. Caption text: "Street Scene. Orange Oil Field Tex," about 1918-1930
[real photo postcard]
[Content of photograph appears to be significantly older than age of postcard (about 1918-1930), possibly late 1800s.]
1991.183-837 A photograph of two women and a man sitting in a small boat on Adams Bayou in Orange. The men and women are dressed formally, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
[Very similar to 1991.183-807.]
1991.183-838 A photograph of a factory located on the bank of the Sabine River in Orange. The boats and docks of the Orange waterfront are visible in the foreground, about 1908
[photomechanical print]
[Mill is possibly the Yellow Pine Paper Mill.]
1991.183-839 A photograph of a line of yoked oxen towing harvested logs in the Lutcher and Moore Log Camp in Orange. Two drovers are visible standing in the right foreground, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-840 A color-added photograph of Green Avenue in Orange. The street itself is not visible, only a sidewalk and the adjacent buildings. The First Presbyterian Church is visible in the center background, 1914
[photomechanical print]
[Very similar to 1991.183-841. Printed in USA. Note on the verso: "C.T. Photochrom."]
1991.183-841 A color-added photograph of Green Avenue in Orange. The street itself is not visible, only a sidewalk and the adjacent buildings. The First Presbyterian Church is visible in the center background
[photomechanical print]
[Very similar to 1991.183-840. Printed in USA. Note on the verso: "C.T. American Art."]
1991.183-842 A real photographic postcard of a street scene in Orange. The perspective is facing north. A number of business signs are visible in the left, about 1952
[real photo postcard]
[Postcard stamped 9/12/1952 by Orange post office.]
1991.183-843 A real photographic postcard of Fifth Street in Orange. The perspective is facing south. A number of parked and moving automobiles are visible, about 1950
[real photo postcard]
[Postcard stamped 6/21/1950 by Orange post office.]
1991.183-844 A real photographic postcard of Fifth Street in Orange. The perspective is facing north. A number of parked and moving automobiles are visible, about 1950
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-845 A real photographic postcard of Fifth Street in Orange. The perspective is facing south. A number of parked and moving automobiles are visible, about 1952
[real photo postcard]
[Postcard stamped 5/11/1952 by San Antonio post office.]
1991.183-846 A real photographic postcard of a house on 4th Street in Orange. Two facades of the building are visible. In the foreground is a flooded street, which, according to a caption note, is the high water mark of a May 1907 flood, 1907
[real photo postcard]
[Postcard stamped twice: 6/21/1907 by Orange post office and 6/22/1907 by Palacio, Tex. post office.]
1991.183-847 A real photographic postcard of a flooded Green Avenue in Orange during a flood event in May 1907. A row of trees lines each side of the streets, 1907
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-848 A real photographic postcard of a flooded Fourth Avenue in Orange during a flood event in May 1907. Two people in a boat navigate the flood waters, 1907
[real photo postcard]
[Postcard stamped 7/16/1907 by Orange post office.]
1991.183-849 A real photograph of a number of children lounging in the flood waters on Green Avenue during a flood event in May 1907. A house is visible in the background. Caption text: "Bathing on Green Ave. Orange, Tex. Highwater May 1907," May 1907
[real photo postcard]
[Postcard stamped twice: 6/9/1907 by Orange post office and 6/10/1907 by Palacio, Tex. post office.]
1991.183-850 A real photographic postcard of a group of men sitting around a sandwich board waiting for news about Orange, possibly about a flood event in Orange in May 1907. Caption text: "Orange Fans Waiting for 'Dope.'," 1907
[real photo postcard]
[Postcard stamped 6/14/1907 by Orange post office.]
1991.183-851 A real photographic postcard of Front Street in Orange during a flood event in May 1907. A railroad to the right of the flooding is above water. Two women and a dog are standing in a foreground, 1907
[real photo postcard]
[Postcard stamped twice: 6/20/1907 by Orange post office and 6/21/1907 by Palacio, Tex. post office.]
1991.183-852 A color photo-illustration of a hunting scene in a hayfield near Orange. Visible are two hunting dogs, a shotgun, and a bunch of dead game birds. Caption text: "'A Sportsman's Paradise.' Orange, Texas to Lafayette, LA," about 1915-1930
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-853 A real photographic postcard of a man standing in front of a tent draped in the skins of raccoons and another large animal, about 1921
[real photo postcard]
[Postcard stamped 2/5/1921 by Orange post office.]
1991.183-854 A photograph of the Yellow Pine Paper Mill in Orange, about 1926
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 2/12/1926 by Orange post office.]
1991.183-855 A real photographic postcard of a church revival in Orange in 1926. A number of men and women dressed in formal clothing stand outside a large white tent, 1926
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-856 A photograph of the Yellow Pine Paper Mill in Orange, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-857 A real photographic postcard of the Du Pont's Sabine River Works chemical plant in Orange, about 1950-1960s
[real photo postcard]
[Very similar to 1991.183-859.]
1991.183-858 A real photographic postcard of the Du Pont's Sabine River Works chemical plant in Orange. An administrative building is visible in the left background, about 1950-1960s
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-859 A real photographic postcard of the Du Pont's Sabine River Works chemical plant in Orange, about 1950-1960s
[real photo postcard]
[Very similar to 1991.183-857.]
1991.183-860 A real photographic postcard of the entrance to Du Pont's Sabine River Works chemical plant in Orange. The plant is visible in the background, about 1950-1960s
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-861 A real photographic postcard of the west end of a large machine shop in Orange, about 1920s
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-862 A real photographic postcard of the north side of a large machine shop in Orange. A railroad car is visible in the left foreground, about 1920s
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-863 A real photographic postcard of a warehouse in Orange. A series of boilers is visible in the left background, about 1920s
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-864 A real photographic postcard of the south side of a large machine shop in Orange, about 1920s
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-865 A real photographic postcard of an oil field. A body of water is visible in the foreground, about 1918-1930
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-866 A real photographic postcard of an oil field in Orange County, about 1918-1930
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-867 A real photographic postcard of a gushing oil well, No. 1, on April 29, 1921. Caption text: "Tom Toale Gusher No. 1 April 29, 1921 Orange, Tex. The gushing oil has been enhanced with black ink," 1921
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-868 A real photographic postcard of an oil well in Orange. Caption text: "Humble-Aronson #1 Orange Texas. 4000 bbls," about 1918-1930
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-869 A real photographic postcard of the base of an oil well Orange. The well was owned by the Humble Oil Company, about 1920s
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-870 A real photographic postcard of an oil field in Orange. Smoke from a fire is visible in the left background. Caption text: "Blow out at Orange County oil field," about 1918-1930
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-871 A real photographic postcard of two oil wells in or near Orange. A man stands near one well, about 1920s
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-872 A real photographic postcard of three oil wells in an oil field in Orange. The well in the foreground is gushing oil, about 1922
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-873 A photograph of the Sabine Packing Co. in Orange, about 1927
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 8/10/1927 by Orange post office.]
1991.183-874 A real photographic postcard of Green Street in Orange, about 1918-1930
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-875 A photograph of Green Street in Orange. A row of trees lines each side of the street, about 1910
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 3/8/1910 by Orange post office.]
1991.183-876 A color-added photograph of Green Street in Orange. A row of trees lines each side of the street, about 1908-1910
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in USA.]
1991.183-877 A photograph of the Sabine Kennels in Orange, about 1907
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped twice: 8/8/1907 by Orange post office, and 8/12/1907 by Denver, Penn. post office.]
1991.183-878 A illustrated advertisement for the A. Gilmer lumber company. The postcard features the company's lumber mill in Orange. Caption text: "Mills at Orange. Daily Capacity 65,000 Ft. Lumber, or 150,000 Shingles," about 1910s
[advertising postcard, photomechanical print]
1991.183-879 A Orange Chamber of Commerce membership card for W.C. Griggs. The card features an aerial view of Orange, 1949
[membership cards]
Box Postcard
1991.183-3 1991.183-1339 An advertising postcard for Griffing Brothers Nurseries, featuring a pecan tree. Caption text: "Parent Tree Big 'Z' Pecan- Orange Grove, Miss. It is one of the most healthy and vigorous trees of the Pecan family. Produced enormous crops annually. For tree"
[advertising postcard, photomechanical print]
Port Acres, Texas
Box Postcard
1991.183-3 1991.183-1418 A photograph of the exterior of Chote's Place, a roadside restaurant in Port Acres. The front and left side facades of the building are visible. The sky above the building is hand-painted, about 1940s-1950s
[photograph]
Port Arthur, Texas
Box Postcard
1991.183-1 1991.183-377 A photographic advertisement on the event of Joe Buzze and His Orchestra playing a concert for the third anniversary of the Paragon Club in Port Arthur. The photograph features the band arrayed around a xylophone with the caption, "Only Band in the State," about 1940
[advertising postcard, photomechanical print]
Box Postcard
1991.183-2 1991.183-880 A QSL card for R.L. Mathis of Port Arthur, featuring an illustration of an eagle, about 1948
[QSL card]
[Postcard stamped 2/17/1948 by Port Arthur post office.]
1991.183-881 A postcard featuring an illustrated map of the Port Arthur region, with a number of annotations concerning fishing and water features, 1939
[photomechanical print]
[Two copies: 1991.183-881A and 1991.183-881B. Note on center of verso: "C.T. Art-Colortone."]
1991.183-882 A composite photograph of horses and riders, with the text in the center: "Greetings from Port Arthur, Tex," about 1950s
[composite photograph, photomechanical print]
[Note on center of verso: "Plastichrome."]
1991.183-883 A large letter postcard. Text, "Greetings from Port Arthur, Texas" with the letters of "Texas" filled with composite photograph of Texas tourist attractions, 1939
[composite photograph, photomechanical print]
[Two copies: 1991.183-883A and 1991.183-883B. Identical to 1991.183-883, but with "Port Arthur" instead of "Beaumont". 1991.183-883A stamped 6/21/1941 by Port Arthur post office.]
1991.183-884 A QSL card for Mary G. Palmer of Port Arthur, about 1939
[QSL card]
1991.183-885 A color-added photographic advertisement for the Port Arthur Pleasure Pier, an amusement complex. The postcard features a color-added photograph of the Pier surrounded by an illustration of a women sitting under a palm tree and the text: "Welcome to Port," about 1938-1950s
[advertising postcard, photomechanical print]
[Two copies: 1991.183-885A and 1991.183-885B. Short informational note on verso. Note on center of verso "ShiniColor."]
1991.183-886 A QSL card for R.A. Clanton of Port Arthur, featuring the illustration of an eagle clutching in its mouth a banner with the text: "The Screamin' Eagle All 23 Ch."
[QSL card]
1991.183-887 A QSL card for Benny and Zula Belton of Port Arthur, featuring an photograph of a Belton's Transfer moving truck inside an illustration of Texas
[QSL card]
1991.183-888 A QSL card for Fred Parent of Groves and Port Arthur, featuring an illustration of Texas, about 1973
[QSL card]
[Postcard stamped 9/1/1973 by post office.]
1991.183-889 A postcard advertisement for Gager Auto Supply of Port Arthur, featuring an illustration of a mechanic working on a car battery with a smiling face on it. Postcard is a coupon for a free battery check-up, about 1954
[coupon, advertising postcard, photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 7/30/1954 by Port Arthur post office.]
1991.183-890 A series of four photographs of notable buildings in Port Arthur: the Plaza Hotel, the Mary Gates Memorial Hospital, the U.S. Post Office and Custom House, and the Gulf Oil Refinery, about 1912
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 2/17/1912 by Port Arthur post office.]
1991.183-891 A illustration of a flower, with a woman in the center and a picture of a notable Port Arthur building on each petal, about 1909
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in Germany. Postcard stamped 8/3/1909 by Port Arthur post office.]
1991.183-893 A color-added photographic advertisement for the Port Arthur Pleasure Pier, an amusement complex. The postcard features an illustration of the Pier surrounded by an illustration of a women sitting under a palm tree and photographs of local attractions and, about 1949
[linen postcard, advertisement postcard, photomechanical print]
[Small informational note on verso. Postcard stamped 3/29/1949 by Port Arthur post office. Note on center of verso: "C.T. Art-Colortone."]
1991.183-896 A QSL card for W.J. "Jack" Gage of Port Arthur, featuring an illustration of a lighting bolt, about 1941
[QSL card]
[Postcard stamped 3/11/1941 by Port Arthur post office.]
1991.183-897 A QSL card for E.B. Hjerpe of Port Arthur, about 1948
[QSL card]
[Postcard stamped 1/28/1948 by Port Arthur post office.]
1991.183-898 A QSL card for Esmond Hebert of Port Arthur, about 1946
[QSL card]
[Postcard stamped 8/1/1946 by Port Arthur post office.]
1991.183-899 A QSL card for Bert Terry of Port Arthur, featuring an illustration of a ship, about 1955
[QSL card]
1991.183-900 A QSL card for the Ward family of Port Arthur, featuring a truck with a radio antenna in its bed, about 1965
[QSL card]
1991.183-901 A QSL card for Franklin Welter of Port Arthur, featuring a cartoon of a buxom woman in an Indian costume, and party paraphernalia, about 1967
[QSL card]
[Postcard dated 1/20/1967 by correspondent.]
1991.183-902 A QSL card for Bob McAdams of Port Arthur, featuring a cartoon of a frog in a spaceship, about 1960s
[QSL card]
1991.183-903 A color-added photograph of a lift bridge in Port Arthur, as seen from the perspective of the exterior of the Plaza Hotel, about 1915-1930
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-904 A color-added photograph of a draw bridge leading to the Pleasure Pier in Port Arthur, which is located on Lake Sabine, about 1916
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 11/17/1916 by Port Arthur post office.]
1991.183-905 A photograph of the highway bridge over the Neches River linking Port Arthur and Orange, after 1939
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Note on center of verso: "Dextone Made Direct from Kodachrome and Ansco Color."]
1991.183-906 A photograph of a cargo ship passing under a drawbridge near Port Arthur, about 1950s
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Short informational note on verso. Note on center of verso: "Artistchrome."]
1991.183-907 A color-added photograph of a draw bridge over the Sabine-Neches canal, leading to the Pleasure Pier in Port Arthur, which is located on Lake Sabine. People visible in the foreground have been added by illustration, 1915
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in USA. Very similar to 1991.183-908. Note on the verso: "C.T. American Art."]
1991.183-908 A color-added photograph of a draw bridge over the Sabine-Neches canal, leading to the Pleasure Pier in Port Arthur, which is located on Lake Sabine. People visible in the foreground have been added by illustration, 1915
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in USA. Very similar to 1991.183-907. Note on the verso: "C.T. Photochrom."]
1991.183-909 A color-added photograph of the bridge over the Neches River linking Port Arthur and Orange, taken from an aerial perspective, about 1954
[linen postcard, photomechanical print]
[Short informational note on verso. Postcard stamped 7/30/1954 by Lake Charles, La. post office.]
1991.183-910 An advertisement for Mire Courts, a hotel in Port Arthur. The postcard features a photograph of the motel surrounded by an illustration of a bridge, possibly the Orange-Port Arthur bridge over the Neches River, about 1930-1945
[linen postcard, photomechanical print]
[Short informational note on verso.]
1991.183-911 A color-added photograph of the bridge over the Neches River linking Port Arthur and Orange. Two motorboats are pulling water skiers in the foreground, about 1950s
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Short informational note on verso. Note on center of verso: "Plastichrome."]
1991.183-912 A photograph of the highway bridge over the Neches River linking Port Arthur and Orange. The perspective is from a distance, to the left of the bridge, about 1950-1960s
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-913 A photograph of the highway bridge over the Neches River linking Port Arthur and Orange. A cargo ship is passing under the center of the bridge, about 1940s-1950s
[photomechanical print]
[Short informational note on verso. Note on center of verso: "A 'Natural-Finish' Card."]
1991.183-914 A photograph of the interior of the Natatorium in Port Arthur. Several people are visible in the water. Caption features several facts on the condition of the water in the pool, about 1909
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 11/26/1909 by Port Arthur post office.]
1991.183-915 A photograph of the exterior of the Natatorium in Port Arthur. A man is standing in the doorway. Two facades of the building are visible, about 1903
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 11/23/1903 by Port Arthur post office.]
1991.183-916 A photograph of the exterior of the Natatorium in Port Arthur. Two facades of the building are visible. The front and left side facades of the building are visible. Caption text: "Port Arthur Natatorium, Port Arthur, Tex. Supplied with Water from a 6-inch," about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-917 A photograph of the Water Works Building (elsewhere known as the Ice and Light Plant) in Port Arthur. The front and left side facades of the building are visible, about 1915
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 11/4/1915 by Port Arthur post office.]
1991.183-918 A photograph of the Water Works Building (elsewhere known as the Ice and Light Plant) in Port Arthur. The front and left side facades of the building are visible, about 1908
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in Germany. Postcard stamped twice: 4/8/1908 by Port Arthur post office, and 4/10/1908 by Carthage, Miss. post office.]
1991.183-919 A photograph of the Ice and Light Plant (elsewhere known as the Water Works Building) in Port Arthur. The front and left side facades of the building are visible, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-920 A photograph of the Water-Electric Light and Ice Plant (elsewhere known as the Water Works Building) in Port Arthur. The front and left side facades of the building are visible, about 1908
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 10/23/1908 by Port Arthur post office.]
1991.183-921 A photograph of the Port Arthur Tennis Club in Port Arthur. The club building is in the background, and a tennis court is in the foreground. A number of people, presumably club members, are visible in front of the building and on the court, about 1910s
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-922 A photograph of the highway bridge over the Neches River linking Port Arthur and Orange. A cargo ship is passing under the center of the bridge
[photomechanical print]
[Short informational note on verso. Note on center of verso: "ShiniColor."]
1991.183-923 An illustration of the highway bridge over the Neches River linking Port Arthur and Orange. Several ships are visible navigating the river, 1957
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Short informational note on verso. Note on center of verso: "Natural Color Reproduction- Curteichcolor R Art-Creation."]
1991.183-924 An illustration of the center span of the bridge over the Neches River linking Port Arthur and Orange. Underneath the span are color-added photographs of the Hotel Goodhue, the Orange County Court House, and the Pleasure Pier Bridge, 1938
[linen postcard, photomechanical print]
[Short informational note on verso. Note on center of verso: "C.T. Art-Colortone." Postcard stamped 9/7/1938 by Port Arthur post office.]
1991.183-925 A real photographic postcard of Lions Park in Port Arthur. The Gates Memorial Library is visible in the left background, about 1918-1930
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-926 A color-added photograph of the Dellora Gates Memorial Library in Port Arthur. A crowd of people mill in front of the library, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-927 A color-added photograph of the Dellora Gates Memorial Library in Port Arthur. The front and left side facades of the building are visible, about 1930-1945
[linen postcard, photomechanical print]
[Reprint of another postcard. Note on the verso: "C.T. American Art."]
1991.183-928 A color-added photograph of the Dellora Gates Memorial Library in Port Arthur. The front and left side facades of the building are visible, about 1915-1930
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in USA.]
1991.183-929 A photograph of a Model Truck, Fruit, and Dairy Farm in Port Arthur, owned and operated by financier John Warne Gates. Several farm buildings are visible, about 1910
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 12/23/1910 by Port Arthur post office.]
1991.183-930 A photograph of a Model Truck, Fruit, and Dairy Farm in Port Arthur, owned and operated by financier John Warne Gates. Several farm buildings are visible, about 1901-1907
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-931 A photograph of a Model Truck, Fruit, and Dairy Farm in Port Arthur, owned and operated by financier John Warner Gates. Several farm buildings are visible. A wire fence runs through the foreground, about 1908-1910
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-932 A photograph of the Union Passenger Depot in Port Arthur, about 1907
[photomechanical print]
[Two copies: 1991.183-932A and 1991.183-932B. Printed in Germany. 1991.183-932A stamped 3/21/1907 by Port Arthur post office. 1991.183-932B stamped 2/19/1907 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-933 A real photographic postcard of the Port Arthur Depot for the Kansas City Southern Railway. Two facades of the building are visible. Part of a passenger train car is visible in the right foregrounds, about 1950s
[real photo postcard]
[Two copies: 1991.183-933A and 1991.183-933B.]
1991.183-934 A real photographic postcard of the Port Arthur Depot for the Kansas City Southern Railway, about 1950s
[real photo postcard]
[Two copies: 1991.183-934A and 1991.183-934B.]
1991.183-936 A real photographic postcard of the Port Arthur Depot for the Kansas City Southern Railway. The front and left side facades of the building are visible, 1938
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-937 A photograph of the Port Arthur Depot for the Kansas City Southern Railway. The front and left side facades of the building are visible, about 1901-1907
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-938 A color-added photograph of the Port Arthur Depot for the Kansas City Southern Railway. The front and left side facades of the building are visible, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in Germany. Note on upper left of verso: "Leipzig Berlin Dresden Litho-Chrome Trade Mark Germany."]
1991.183-939 A color-added photograph of the Port Arthur Depot for the Kansas City Southern Railway. The front and left side facades of the building are visible, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
[Note on center of verso: "Sexichrome."]
1991.183-941 A color-added photograph of the Port Arthur Depot for the Kansas City Southern Railway. The front and left side facades of the building are visible, about 1901-1907
[photomechanical print]
[Very similar to 1991.183-946. Non-colored version of 1991.183-944.]
1991.183-942 A color-added photograph. A photograph of the Port Arthur Depot for the Kansas City Southern Railway is surrounded by photographic portraits of young women. Caption text: "Pretty girls Pretty girls everywhere, But the PORT ARTHUR BELLES are claimed most fair," 1912
[composite photograph, photomechanical print]
1991.183-943 A real photographic postcard of the Port Arthur Depot for the Southern Pacific Railroad. Two facades of the building are visible, 1955
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-944 A color-added photograph of the Port Arthur Depot for the Kansas City Southern Railway. The front and left side facades of the building are visible, about 1908-1910
[photomechanical print]
[Colored version of 1991.183-941. Postcard stamped 2/8/1923 by Port Arthur post office. Note on the verso: "C.T. American Art."]
1991.183-945 A color-added photograph of the Port Arthur Depot for the Kansas City Southern Railway. The building is obscured by a train and a crowd of men in the foreground, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-946 A color-added photograph of the Port Arthur Depot for the Kansas City Southern Railway. The front and left side facades of the building are visible, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
[Very similar to 1991.183-941.]
1991.183-947 A real photographic postcard of the Port Arthur Depot for the Southern Pacific Railroad. Two facades of the building are visible. A small lawn to the left of the depot is also visible, 1917
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-948 A real photographic postcard of the Port Arthur Depot for the Southern Pacific Railroad. Two facades of the building are visible, about 1910
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-949 A photograph of the highway bridge over the Neches River linking Port Arthur and Orange, known here as the Rainbow Bridge. A number of boats are visible in the foreground, after 1957
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Short informational note on the verso.]
1991.183-950 A photograph of the highway bridge over the Neches River linking Port Arthur and Orange. A cargo boat is passing directly under the bridge, about 1930-1945
[linen postcard, photomechanical print]
[Printed in the USA. Short informational note on the verso.]
1991.183-951 An illustration of the highway bridge over the Neches River linking Port Arthur and Orange, made from an elevated perspective. Several cargo ships are visible navigating the river. The, 1936
[linen postcard, photomechanical print]
[Note on center of verso: "C.T. Photo-Colorit."]
1991.183-952 A photograph of the exterior of the Natatorium in Port Arthur. Two facades of the building are visible. Several men are standing in front of the building, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-953 A color-added photograph of the business district of Port Arthur, taken from a elevated perspective. A cargo ship is passing through the deep water channel in the foreground, 1951
[linen postcard, photomechanical print]
[Very similar to 1991.183-961. Postcard stamped 3/14/1952 by Port Neches, Tex. post office.]
1991.183-954 A photograph of the exterior of the Natatorium in Port Arthur. The front and left side facades of the building are visible, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-955 A real photographic postcard of Port Arthur. A park is visible in the foreground, and a drawbridge over the ship channel is in the right background, about 1918-1930
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-956 A photograph of a date palm tree. Caption text: "LARGE FRUIT DATE PALM TREE-- Information about these and other palm trees may be secured from Griffing Brothers, Port Arthur, McAllen or San Benito, Texas," about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-957 A real photographic postcard of a large, two-story house. Three women and one man stand in the foreground, about 1907-1914
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-958 A real photographic postcard of a two-story house. The house is partially obscured by trees in the foreground. Two girls stand in the doorway, about 1908
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-959 A photograph of a drawbridge over the Sabine-Neches Canal in Port Arthur. The drawbridge is up, and a cargo ship crosses through it, about 1950s
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
1991.183-960 A photograph of the Sea Wall at Port Arthur, seen from a distance, about 1940s-1950s
[photomechanical print]
[Note on center of verso: "Natural-Finish."]
1991.183-961 A color-added photograph of the business district of Port Arthur, taken from a elevated perspective. A cargo ship is passing through the deep water channel in the foreground, about 1940s-1960s
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Very similar to 1991.183-953. Short informational note on verso. Note on center of verso: "ShiniColor."]
1991.183-962 A color-added photograph of a draw bridge over the Sabine-Neches canal, leading to the Pleasure Pier in Port Arthur, 1931
[linen postcard, photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 11/5/1938 by Port Arthur post office. Note on the verso: "C.T. American Art."]
1991.183-963 An illustration of the rear of the Pleasure Pier amusement complex in Port Arthur, located on Lake Sabine. The perspective is from the lakeside. The pier is pictured as completed, even though it was unfinished at the time of publication, about 1907-1911
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in USA.]
1991.183-964 An illustration of the front of the Pleasure Pier amusement complex in Port Arthur, located on Lake Sabine. The pier is pictured as completed, even though it was unfinished at the time of publication, about 1907-1912
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in USA.]
1991.183-965 A color-added photograph of the Pleasure Pier amusement complex in Port Arthur, located on Lake Sabine. The pier is crowded with people, and a number of boats surround the pier in the foreground, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in Germany. Note on upper left of verso: "Leipzig Berlin Dresden Litho-Chrome Trade Mark Germany."]
1991.183-966 A photograph of the Pleasure Pier amusement complex in Port Arthur, located on Lake Sabine. The pier is crowded with people, about 1901-1907
[photomechanical print]
[Very similar to 1991.183-968, 1991.183-969.]
1991.183-967 A photograph of the Pleasure Pier amusement complex in Port Arthur, located on Lake Sabine. The pier is crowded with people, about 1906
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 6/3/1906 by Port Arthur post office.]
1991.183-968 A photograph of the Pleasure Pier amusement complex in Port Arthur, located on Lake Sabine. The pier is crowded with people, about 1907
[photomechanical print]
[Very similar to 1991.183-966, 1991.183-969. Postcard stamped 10/19/1907 by Port Arthur post office.]
1991.183-969 A photograph of the Pleasure Pier amusement complex in Port Arthur, located on Lake Sabine. The pier is crowded with people, about 1907
[photomechanical print]
[Very similar to 1991.183-966, 1991.183-968. Postcard stamped twice: 12/2/1907 by Port Arthur post office, and 12/4/1907 by Cairo, Ill. post office.]
1991.183-970 A real photographic postcard of the Pleasure Pier amusement complex in Port Arthur, located on Lake Sabine. The perspective is from the land side, viewed from a distance, about 1918-1930
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-971 A color-added photograph of the wooden roller coaster on the Pleasure Pier amusement complex in Port Arthur, located on Lake Sabine, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-972 An illustration of the front of the Pleasure Pier amusement complex in Port Arthur, located on Lake Sabine. The pier is pictured from the landslide railway that connects it to the mainland, viewed from a distance, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-973 An real photographic postcard of the front of the Pleasure Pier amusement complex in Port Arthur, located on Lake Sabine. The pier is pictured from the landslide railway that connects it to the mainland, viewed from a distance, about 1918-1930
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-974 A color-added photograph of Port Arthur docks of the Gulf Refining Company. The Company's oil refinery is visible in the center background. Several cargo ships are visible in the foreground, 1927
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 10/7/1931 by Port Arthur post office.]
1991.183-975 A color-added photograph of Port Arthur docks of the Gulf Refining Company. Several cargo ships are visible in the foreground, 1935
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 6/17/1938 by Nederland, Tex. post office. Note on the verso: "C.T. American Art Colored."]
1991.183-976 A color-added photograph of a line of sailing cargo ships in Port Arthur harbor in 1911. The ships are being loaded from railroad cars on the Kansas City Southern Railway, 1913
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in USA.]
1991.183-978 A real photographic postcard of the cargo ship Gulf Prince, of Port Arthur. The ship is in harbor, about 1918-1930
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-979 A color-added photograph of the Port Arthur docks. Several cargo ships and a tugboat are visible in the background, about 1915-1930
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-980 A photograph of a line of sailing cargo ships in Port Arthur harbor. The ships are being loaded from railroad cars, about 1906
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 8/27/1906 by correspondent.]
1991.183-981 A photograph of the U.S. Post office and Court House in Beaumont. The front and right side façades of the building are visible, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-982 A photograph of the Wutke Building, built in 1917. The building contains the Thronton Hotel. Two facades of the building are visible, about 1919
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard dated 7/14/1919 by correspondent. Postcard stamped 7/14/1919 by Port Arthur post office.]
1991.183-983 A color-added photograph of the Port Arthur City Hall and Fire Station. Two facades of the building are visible, about 1901-1907
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-984 A photograph of the Port Arthur City Hall at nighttime. The front and left side facades of the building are visible, about 1971
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Short informational note on verso. Postcard stamped 4/2/1971 by Port Arthur post office.]
1991.183-985 A photograph of a building identified as the office of W.H. Guilliland Co. on Fourth Street. Two façades of the building are visible, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-986 A color-added photograph of the Port Arthur City Hall and Fire Station. Two facades of the building are visible, 1913
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in USA. Note on the verso: "C.T. Photochrom."]
1991.183-987 A color-added photograph of the view from the office building of the Texas Company (later known as Texaco). The Port Arthur docks are visible, as are a railroad terminal and two cargo ships. Caption text: "View from Tex. Co.'s Office Bldg., Showing R.R. T," about 1922
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 6/14/1922 by Port Arthur post office.]
1991.183-988 A color-added photograph of four men posing with a car draped with dead ducks. Caption text: "3 1/2 hour duck hunt at Port Arthur, Texas," about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-989 A color-added photograph of the Peter Stock Building on Procter Street in Port Arthur. Two facades of the building are visible. A group of men are standing on the corner, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-990 A color-added photograph of the Elks Home and Theatre on Austin Ave. in Port Arthur. The front and left side facades of the building are visible, about 1901-1907
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-991 A color-added photograph of the Peter Stock Building on Procter Street in Port Arthur. Two facades of the building are visible, about 1901-1907
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-992 A color-added photograph of the Port Arthur Traction Co., on Houston Ave. in Port Arthur. A streetcar is visible in a bay in the building, about 1914
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 1/9/1914 by Eagle Pass, Tex. post office.]
1991.183-993 A color-added photograph of the South Texas Telephone Co. building in Port Arthur. Two facades of the building are visible. Bystanders outside the building appear to have been added by illustration, about 1919
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 11/20/1919 by Port Arthur post office. Note on center of verso: "Sexichrome."]
1991.183-994 A color-added photograph of the Plaza Theatre, at the corner of Austin Ave. and 4th St. in Port Arthur. Two facades of the building are visible, about 1908-1910
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in USA.]
1991.183-995 A color-added photograph of the Sterns Theatre and Pool Room on Procter St. in Port Arthur, about 1917
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 6/29/1917 by Port Arthur post office.]
1991.183-996 A color-added photograph of the New Elk Theatre in Port Arthur. The front and left side facades of the building are visible. The image is framed by a decorative floral illustration along the left and right edges, about 1901-1907
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-997 A color-added photograph of the Tyrell Block of Port Arthur, located on the corner of Proctor Street and Fort Worth Avenue. The building is commercial. The building was erected in 1912. The front and left side facades of the building are visible. Bystanders outside the building appear to have been added by illustration, 1911
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard dated 12/1/1912 by correspondent. Postcard stamped 12/2/1921 by Sabine Pass, Tex. post office.]
1991.183-998 A color-added photograph of the Brinkman Building, a commercial building in Port Arthur. Two facades of the building are visible, about 1917
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 1/12/1917 by Port Arthur post office.]
1991.183-999 A color-added photograph of the Adams Building on the corner of 5th and Austin Avenue in Port Arthur. Two facades of the building are visible, 1927
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 7/7/1937 by Port Arthur post office. Note on the verso: "C.T. American Art Colored."]
1991.183-1000 A color-added photograph of Deutser Building on the corner of Procter and Waco Avenue in Port Arthur. Two facades of the building are visible, 1927
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 9/21/1927 by Port Arthur post office. Note on the verso: "C.T. American Art Colored."]
1991.183-1001 A photograph of the opening of the Street Railway Service in Port Arthur on June 10, 1910. A crowd fills the street examining a line of three streetcars, 1910
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-1002 A photograph of a street in the business section of Port Arthur. The street is crowded, and two streetcars are visible. Caption text: "Port Arthur, Texas On a Busy Day," about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
[Non-colored version of 1991.183-1080.]
1991.183-1003 A real photographic postcard of a group of people standing in a flooded street during a flood in Port Arthur on August 16-17, 1915. The Jefferson Hotel is visible in the background, 1915
[real photo postcard]
[Postcard stamped 11/18/1916 by Port Arthur post office.]
1991.183-1004 A color-added photograph of the Jefferson Hotel in Port Arthur. The front and left side facades of the building are visible, about 1907
[photomechanical print]
[Very similar to 1991.183-1171. Postcard stamped 12/1/1907 by Port Arthur post office.]
1991.183-1005 A photograph of the Hotel Gates, an ornate, three-story hotel in Port Arthur. The front and left side facades of the building are visible, about 1908
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped twice: 4/6/1908 by Port Arthur post office, and 4/8/1908 by Carthage, Miss. post office.]
1991.183-1006 A color-added photograph of the Plaza Hotel, an ornate, three-story hotel in Port Arthur. The front and left side facades of the building are visible, about 1908-1910
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in USA.]
1991.183-1007 A real photographic postcard of the Plaza Hotel, an ornate, three-story hotel in Port Arthur. The front and left side facades of the building are visible, about 1927-1940
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-1008 A real photographic postcard of the Plaza Hotel, an ornate, three-story hotel in Port Arthur. The hotel is in the midst of the flood of August 16-17, 1915. The front and left side facades of the building are visible, 1915
[real photo postcard]
[Very similar to 1991.183-1009 and 1991.183-1243. Postcard stamped 4/22/1916 by Port Arthur post office.]
1991.183-1009 A real photographic postcard of the Plaza Hotel, an ornate, three-story hotel in Port Arthur. The hotel is in the midst of the flood of August 16-17, 1915. The front and left side facades of the building are visible, 1915
[real photo postcard]
[Very similar to 1991.183-1008 and 1991.183-1243.]
1991.183-1010 A photograph of the Gates, an ornate, three-story hotel in Port Arthur. The front and left side facades of the building are visible, about 1909
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 3/12/1909 by Galveston post office.]
1991.183-1011 A color-added photograph of the Hotel Plaza, an ornate, three-story hotel in Port Arthur. The front and right side facades of the building, 1916
[photomechanical print]
[Two copies: 1991.183-1011A and 1991.183-1011B. 1991.183-1011B stamped 5/1/1920 by Port Arthur post office. Note on center of verso: "C.T. American Art."]
1991.183-1012 A color-added photograph of the Hotel Plaza, an ornate, three-story hotel in Port Arthur. The front and left side facades of the building, 1922
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 2/22/1929 by Port Arthur post office.]
1991.183-1013 A photograph of the Hotel Plaza, an ornate, three-story hotel in Port Arthur. The front and right side facades of the building, about 1908-1910
[photomechanical print]
[Non-colored version of 1991.183-1014.]
1991.183-1014 A photograph of the Hotel Plaza, an ornate, three-story hotel in Port Arthur. The front and right side facades of the building, about 1908-1910
[photomechanical print]
[Colored version of 1991.183-1013. Postcard stamped 6/3/1917 by Port Arthur post office. Note on center of verso: "C.T. Photochrom."]
1991.183-1015 A color-added photograph of the Hotel Plaza, an ornate, three-story hotel in Port Arthur. The front and left side facades of the building, about 1910
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard dated 3/19/1910 by correspondent. Postcard 3/20/1910 by post office.]
1991.183-1016 A color-added photograph of the Hotel Plaza, an ornate, three-story hotel in Port Arthur. The front and right side facades of the building. The building is partially obscured by several shrubs in the foreground, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
[Note on center of verso: "Sexichrome."]
1991.183-1017 A color-added photograph of the Hotel Plaza, an ornate, three-story hotel in Port Arthur. The front and right side facades of the building. The building is partially obscured by several shrubs in the foreground, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-1018 A color-added photograph of the Hotel Plaza, an ornate, three-story hotel in Port Arthur. The front and right side facades of the building, about 1911
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in USA. Postcard stamped twice: 11/27/1911 by Port Arthur post office, and 11/28/1911 by Houston post office.]
1991.183-1019 A color-added photograph of the Hotel Plaza, an ornate, three-story hotel in Port Arthur. The photograph was taken from an elevated perspective, about 1917
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard dated 1/29/1917 by correspondent. Postcard stamped 1/30/1917 by Port Arthur post office.]
1991.183-1020 A color-added photograph of Port Arthur, taken from an elevated perspective. The Plaza Hotel is visible in the right background, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-1021 A color-added photograph of Webster Public School, on 11th Street in Port Arthur. The front and left side facades of the building are visible, about 1901-1907
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-1022 A color-added photograph of Webster Ward School, on 11th Street in Port Arthur. A crowd of school children poses in front of the doorway in the left foreground, about 1919
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 11/19/1919 by Port Arthur post office. Note on center of verso: "Sexichrome."]
1991.183-1023 A photograph of the Imperial '400' Motel in Port Arthur. The motel's road sign is visible in the center foreground, after 1939
[advertisement postcard, photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Short informational note on verso.]
1991.183-1024 A real photographic postcard of Lake Shore Drive in Port Arthur. Two large residential buildings are visible but obscured by several roadside trees, about 1923
[real photo postcard]
[Postcard stamped 9/10/1923 by Port Arthur post office.]
1991.183-1025 A photograph of the Sabine Hotel (known elsewhere as the Vaughn Hotel), at the corner of Procter and Waco Street in Port Arthur. The street is crowded with automobiles. The card is a promotion for Port Arthur by the city's Chamber of Commerce. Caption text, about 1950s
[advertisement postcard, photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Printed in USA.]
1991.183-1026 A photograph of the Sabine Hotel (known elsewhere as the Vaughn Hotel), at the corner of Procter and Waco Street in Port Arthur. Two facades of the building are visible, about 1940s-1950s
[photomechanical print]
[Note on center of verso: "Natural-Finish."]
1991.183-1027 A color-added photograph of the Sabine Hotel (known elsewhere as the Vaughn Hotel), at the corner of Procter and Waco Street in Port Arthur. Two facades of the building are visible, about 1930-1945
[linen postcard, photomechanical print]
[Very similar to 1991.183-1028. Note on the verso: "C.T. American Art."]
1991.183-1028 A color-added photograph of the Vaughn Hotel (known elsewhere as the Sabine Hotel), at the corner of Procter and Waco Street in Port Arthur. Two facades of the building are visible, about 1915-1930
[photomechanical print]
[Very similar to 1991.183-1027. Note on the verso: "C.T. American Art Colored."]
1991.183-1029 A color-added photograph of the Vaughn Hotel (known elsewhere as the Sabine Hotel), at the corner of Procter and Waco Street in Port Arthur. Two facades of the building are visible, about 1915-1930
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in USA.]
1991.183-1030 A color-added photograph of the Goodhue Hotel in Port Arthur. Two facades of the building are visible, about 1915-1930
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in USA.]
1991.183-1031 A photograph of the Goodhue Hotel in Port Arthur. Two facades of the building are visible, about 1942
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
1991.183-1032 A color-added photograph of the "Dick Dowling Hotel" which would be renamed the Goodhue Hotel upon its opening in 1929. Two facades of the building are visible, about 1929
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 7/16/1929 by Port Arthur post office.]
1991.183-1033 An illustration of the Goodhue Hotel in Port Arthur. Two facades of the building are visible, about 1942
[linen postcard, photomechanical print]
[Short informational note on verso. Postcard stamped 6/9/1942 by Port Arthur post office. Note on center of verso: "MWM Color-Litho 'Bursheen' Finished."]
1991.183-1034 A color-added photograph of the Goodhue Hotel in Port Arthur. Two facades of the building are visible. People and automobiles in the street have been added to the image by illustration, about 1915-1930
[photomechanical print]
[Note on the verso: "C.T. American Art Colored."]
1991.183-1035 A color-added photograph of the Lakeview Hotel in Port Arthur. Two facades of the building are visible, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-1036 A real photographic postcard of a roadside line of palm trees in Port Arthur. A line of parked automobiles is visible in the background, about 1927-1940
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-1037 A color-added photograph of the Leo and Willie Restaurant in Port Arthur. Two photographs are visible: one of the exterior of the restaurant, and one of the dining area, after 1939
[advertising postcard, photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Short informational note on verso.]
1991.183-1038 A photograph of the U.S. Post Office and the Goodhue Hotel in Port Arthur. The adjoining street is visible in the center foreground, 1955
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Note on the verso: "Curteichcolor Art-Creation From Color Transparencies."]
1991.183-1039 A photo of the Hotel Sabine in Port Arthur. Two facades of the building are visible, about 1905
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 1905 by post office.]
1991.183-1040 A color-added advertising postcard for the Tower Hotel Courts, a motel in Port Arthur, 1947
[advertising postcard, photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Short informational note on verso. Note on center of verso: "C.T. Art-Colortone."]
1991.183-1041 A advertising postcard for the Driftwood Motor Hotel and Restaurant. The motel's courtyard and swimming pool are visible in the foreground, about 1971
[advertising postcard, linen postcard, photomechanical print]
[Two copies: 1991.183-1041A and 1991.183-1041B. Short informational note on verso. 1991.183-1041B stamped 12/8/1971 by Port Arthur post office.]
1991.183-1042 A color-added photograph of the Salime (probably a misspelling of 'Sabine') Hotel in Port Arthur. Two facades of the building are visible, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in Germany. Note on upper left of verso: "Leipzig Berlin Dresden Litho-Chrome Trade Mark Germany."]
1991.183-1043 A photograph of a building of Port Arthur College in Port Arthur. The building is partially obscured by two trees in the foreground, about 1950s
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Note on center of verso: "Plastichrome."]
1991.183-1044 A color-added photograph of a buildings of Port Arthur Collegiate Institute in Port Arthur. The front and left side facades of the building are visible. Several people in the foreground were added by illustration, about 1908-1910
[photomechanical print]
[Very similar to 1991.183-1047. Printed in USA. Postcard dated 10/30/1912 by correspondent. Postcard stamped 10/30/1912 by Port Arthur post office.]
1991.183-1045 A color-added photograph of a building of Port Arthur College in Port Arthur. The front and right side facades of the building are visible, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
[Note on center of verso: "Sexichrome."]
1991.183-1046 A QSL card for the Technical Training School of Port Arthur College in Port Arthur. The verso features a photograph of several buildings on the campus of the college, with a radio tower extending in the right background, about 1934-1939
[QSL card]
[Two copies: 1991.183-1046A and 1991.183-1046B. 1991.183-1046A stamped 12/5/1939 by Oswego, N.Y. post office. 1991.183-1046B dated 10/11/1934 by correspondent. 1991.183-1046B stamped 11/13/1934 by Port Arthur post office.]
1991.183-1047 A color-added photograph of a building of Port Arthur College in Port Arthur. The front and left side facades of the building are visible. Several people in the foreground were added by illustration, about 1908-1910
[photomechanical print]
[Very similar to 1991.183-1044. Printed in USA. Note on center of verso: "C.T. American Art."]
1991.183-1048 A color-added photograph of a building of Port Arthur College in Port Arthur. The front and right side facades of the building are visible. A radio or television tower is visible in the center background, about 1915-1930
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-1049 Two images of the Port Arthur College in Port Arthur: one of the Administration Building, and one of the Campus Dormitory, about 1940s-1950s
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-1050 A color-added photograph of the Dormitory of the Port Arthur Collegiate Institute in Port Arthur. The front and left side facades of the building are visible, about 1908-1910
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-1051 Two images of the Port Arthur College in Port Arthur: one of the Administration Building, and one of the Girls' Dormitory. The photographs are framed by yellow and purple decorative illustration, 1931
[photomechanical print]
[Note on center of verso: "C.T. American Art Colored."]
1991.183-1052 A photograph of a group of men and women, identified as students at Port Arthur Business College, aboard the boat John I. Brady in the Gulf of Mexico near Port Arthur. A waterfront area is visible in the left background, about 1912
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-1053 A photograph of the Dormitory of the Port Arthur Business College in Port Arthur. The front and left side facades of the building are visible, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-1054 A color-added photograph of the Dormitory of the Port Arthur College in Port Arthur. The front and right side facades of the building are visible, about 1919
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 11/19/1919 by Port Arthur post office. Note on center of verso: "Sexichrome."]
1991.183-1055 A color-added photograph of the Dormitory of the Port Arthur Business College in Port Arthur. The front and right side facades of the building are visible, 1916
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in USA. Note on center of verso: "C.T. American Art."]
1991.183-1056 A color-added photograph of Dallas Avenue School in Port Arthur. The front and right side facades of the building are visible. The building is partially obscured by a tree in the right foreground, about 1901-1907
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-1057 A color-added photograph of Dallas Avenue School in Port Arthur. The front and right side facades of the building are visible, about 1901-1908
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-1058 A color-added photograph of four notable schools of Port Arthur: the Central High School, the DeQueen School, the Dallas Avenue School, and the Port Arthur High School. The images are framed with decorative illustration, about 1917
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 7/12/1917 by Port Arthur post office.]
1991.183-1059 A real photographic postcard of Franklin Elementary School in Port Arthur. The front and left side facades of the building are visible, after 1916
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-1060 A real photographic postcard of Franklin Elementary School in Port Arthur. The front and left side facades of the building are visible, about 1950
[linen postcard, photomechanical print]
[Reprint of a 1919 postcard. Postcard stamped 3/5/1950 by Port Arthur post office. Note on center of verso: "C.T. American Art."]
1991.183-1061 A color-added photograph of the Manual Training and High School in Port Arthur. The front and right side facades of the building are visible, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-1062 A color-added photograph of the Manual Training and High School in Port Arthur. The front and right side facades of the building are visible, 1913
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in USA. Note on the verso: "C.T. Photochrom." Postcard stamped 8/24/1914 by San Antonio post office.]
1991.183-1063 A color-added photograph of the Manual Training and High School in Port Arthur. The front and right side facades of the building are visible, 1913
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in USA. Note on center of verso: "C.T. American Art." Postcard stamped 8/6/1921 by Port Arthur post office.]
1991.183-1064 A photograph of the Manual Training and High School in Port Arthur. The front and right side facades of the building are visible, about 1907
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard dated 1/15/1907 by correspondent.]
1991.183-1065 A photograph of Webster School in Port Arthur. Two facades of the building are visible, about 1912
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 1912 by Giddings, Tex. post office.]
1991.183-1066 A photograph of Webster School in Port Arthur. Two facades of the building are visible, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-1067 A color-added photograph of the Woodrow Wilson Junior High School in Port Arthur, 1949
[linen postcard, photomechanical print]
[Note on center of verso: "C.T. Art-Colortone."]
1991.183-1068 A photograph of the Manual Training and High School in Port Arthur. The front and right side facades of the building are visible, about 1911
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 6/14/1911 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-1069 A photograph of the Woodrow Wilson Junior High School in Port Arthur. Two facades of the building are visible, about 1939-1990s
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Note on center of verso: "Plastichrome."]
1991.183-1070 A photograph of the Woodrow Wilson Junior High School in Port Arthur, taken from a distance, about 1940s-1950s
[photomechanical print]
[Note on center of verso: "Natural-Finish."]
1991.183-1071 A color-added photograph of Thomas Jefferson High School in Port Arthur. The building is partially obscured by several trees in the foreground, 1949
[linen postcard, photomechanical print]
[Note on center of verso: "C.T. Art-Colortone."]
1991.183-1072 A color-added photograph of Jefferson Junior High School in Port Arthur, about 1929
[photomechanical print]
[Reprinted card. Note on center of verso: "C.T. American Art."]
1991.183-1073 A photograph of Robert E. Lee School in Port Arthur, about 1940s-1950s
[photomechanical print]
[Note on center of verso: "Natural-Finish."]
1991.183-1074 A color-added photograph of Thomas Jefferson High School in Port Arthur. The building is partially obscured by several trees in the foreground, about 1939-1969
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Note on center of verso: "ShiniColor."]
1991.183-1075 A color-added photograph of Port Arthur High School. The front and right side facades of the building are visible, about 1946
[photomechanical print]
[Reprinted card. Note on center of verso: "C.T. American Art." Postcard stamped 9/26/1946 by Silsbee, Tex. post office.]
1991.183-1076 A color-added photograph of Port Arthur High School. The front and right side facades of the building are visible, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-1077 A photograph of Port Arthur High School. The front and right side facades of the building are visible, about 1901-1907
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-1078 A color-added photograph of Port Arthur High School. A number of students are visible in the foreground, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-1079 A photograph of two men carrying an alligator. A small child is visible in the left foreground. Caption text: "Alligator Hunt Near Port Arthur, Texas," about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-1080 A color-added photograph of Procter Street in Port Arthur. The street is crowded, and four streetcars are visible on the street, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in USA. Colored version 1991.183-1002.]
1991.183-1081 A photograph of Proctor Street (correspondent identifies it as 'Main St.') in Port Arthur, about 1906
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard dated 9/7/1906 by correspondent. Postcard dated 8/13/1906 by Bolivar, N.Y. post office.]
1991.183-1082 A color-added photograph of Proctor Street in Port Arthur, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-1083 A photograph of Proctor Street in Port Arthur, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-1084 A color-added photograph of Proctor Street in Port Arthur, facing north, 1929
[photomechanical print]
[Note on center of verso: "C.T. American Art Colored."]
1991.183-1085 A photograph of West Proctor Street in Port Arthur. A streetcar is visible in the center background, 1910
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in USA. Note on center of verso: "C.T. Photochrom." Postcard stamped 4/12/1917 by Port Arthur post office.]
1991.183-1086 A photograph of West Proctor Street in Port Arthur. A streetcar is visible in the center background, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in USA. Note on center of verso: "C.T. American Art."]
1991.183-1087 A real photographic postcard of a street in Port Arthur. A streetcar line runs down the street. The street may be Proctor Street, about 1918-1930
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-1088 A real photographic postcard of a man sitting in an automobile. The man is identified by the correspondent as Maxwell Sportsman. The man is wearing a driving cap and goggles, about 1904-1918
[real photo postcard]
Box Postcard
1991.183-3 1991.183-1089 A color-added photograph of a float in the Queen of Labor Day Parade in Port Arthur. Men and horses pull the float, atop which sit several women, one of which is the Queen of Labor Day, about 1901-1907
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in USA. Very similar to 1991.183-1091.]
1991.183-1090 A color-added photograph of the corner of Austin Avenue and Proctor Street in Port Arthur, about 1908-1910
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in USA. Very similar to 1991.183-1090. Note on center of verso: "C.T. American Art."]
1991.183-1091 A color-added photograph of the corner of Austin Avenue and Proctor Street in Port Arthur, about 1908-1910
[photomechanical print]
[Note on center of verso: "C.T. American Art."]
1991.183-1092 A color-added photograph of Proctor Street in Port Arthur. A number of automobiles are parked along the street, 1919
[photomechanical print]
[Two copies: 1991.183-1092A and 1991.183-1092B. 1991.183-1092A stamped 1/20/1909 by South Dennis, Mass. post office.]
1991.183-1093 A photograph of Proctor Street in Port Arthur, about 1909
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 10/24/1906 by Port Arthur post office.]
1991.183-1094 A photograph of Proctor Street in Port Arthur. Several carts and horses are visible, about 1906
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 10/4/1937 by Port Arthur post office.]
1991.183-1095 A color-added photograph of Proctor Street in Port Arthur, facing north. A number of people and automobiles appear to have been added by illustration, 1937
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-1096 A color-added photograph of Proctor Street in Port Arthur. Several men on horseback and pedestrians are visible, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in USA.]
1991.183-1097 A color-added photograph of Proctor Street in Port Arthur. The street is crowded, and four streetcars are visible on the street, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-1099 A color-added photograph of the corner of Fort Worth and Proctor Street in Port Arthur, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-1100 A color-added photograph of Proctor Street in Port Arthur. A number of automobiles are parked along the street, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
[Two copies: 1991.183-1100A and 1991.183-1100B.]
1991.183-1101 A color-added photograph of a busy street in Port Arthur. A streetcar moves along a street through a crowd of pedestrians. Caption text: "Interurban Service at Port Arthur, Texas," about 1916
[photomechanical print]
[Very similar to 1991.183-1103.Note on center of verso: "Sexichrome." Postcard stamped 10/19/1916 by Port Arthur post office.]
1991.183-1102 A color-added photograph of Proctor Street south of Waco Avenue. A number of automobiles are visible parked and driving down the street, 1913
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in USA. Note on center of verso: "C.T. Photochrom." Postcard stamped 4/6/1915 by Port Arthur post office.]
1991.183-1103 A color-added photograph of a busy street in Port Arthur. A streetcar moves along a street through a crowd of pedestrians. Caption text: "Interurban Service at Port Arthur, Texas," about 1915-1930
[photomechanical print]
[Very similar to 1991.183-1101.]
1991.183-1105 A color-added photograph of a line of small oil tanker trucks owned by the Texas Company (later Texaco) in Port Arthur, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-1106 A color-added photograph of lumber being loaded onto sailing cargo ships on the docks of Port Arthur. Several railroad freight cars sit alongside the ships. Large piles of lumber are visible on the left. Caption text: "Where Rail and Water Meet at Port Arthur Texas Docks," about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
[Very similar to 1991.183-452.]
1991.183-1107 A color-added photograph of lumber being loaded onto cargo ships for export at the docks of Port Arthur. The lumber is floating in the water, about 1908-1910
[photomechanical print]
[Very similar to 1991.183-1131. Printed in USA. Postcard stamped 4/19/1911 by Lake Charles, La. post office.]
1991.183-1108 A photograph of a Port Arthur mansion, identified as the winter residence of John W. Gates, about 1908
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 5/6/1908 by Port Arthur post office.]
1991.183-1109 A photograph of a mansion on Lake Shore Drive in Port Arthur, identified as the residence of John W. Gates. The front and left side facades of the building are visible, about 1900-1908
[photomechanical print]
[Two copies: 1991.183-1109A and 1991.183-1109B. 1991.183-1109B dated 6/17/1909 by correspondent. 1991.183-1109B stamped 6/15/1909 by Deweyville, Tex. post office.]
1991.183-1110 A photograph of a Port Arthur mansion, identified as the residence of George M. Craig. The front and left side facades of the building are visible, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-1111 A photograph of an two-story Port Arthur dwelling, identified as the residence of A.J.M. Vuylsteke, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-1112 A color-added photograph of a large, two-story Port Arthur dwelling, identified as the residence of R.H. Woodworth. The front and right side facades of the building are visible, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
[Very similar to 1991.183-1116.]
1991.183-1113 A photograph of an two-story Port Arthur dwelling, identified as the residence of C.F. Seafers, about 1908
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 3/24/1908 by Port Arthur post office.]
1991.183-1114 A real photographic postcard of a sailing ship moored along a dock. Caption text: "Ralph S. Paysons. Pt. Arthur Tex," about 1918-1930
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-1115 A photograph of three cargo ships in harbor in Port Arthur. One of the ships is a sailing ship, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-1116 A color-added photograph of a mansion on Lake Shore Drive in Port Arthur, identified as the residence of John W. Gates. The front and left side facades of the building are visible, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
[Very similar to 1991.183-1112.]
1991.183-1117 A color-added photograph of a Port Arthur mansion identified as the residence of John W. Gates. The building is partially obscured by shrubs and trees in the foreground, about 1919
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 9/16/1919 by Port Arthur post office.]
1991.183-1118 A color-added photograph of a Port Arthur mansion identified as the residence of John W. Gates. The gate to the property is visible in the left foreground. The building is partially obscured by shrubs and trees in the foreground, 1919
[photomechanical print]
[Note on center of verso: "C.T. American Art."]
1991.183-1119 A color-added photograph of a Port Arthur mansion, identified as the winter residence of John W. Gates. The front and left side facades of the building are visible, about 1911
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 8/24/1911 by Port Arthur post office.]
1991.183-1120 A real photographic postcard of a Port Arthur street. The street is decorated in US flags and buntings, and the sidewalk is crowded with people, about 1918-1930
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-1121 A real photographic postcard of Port Arthur's 4th of July parade on 1917. Two horses are pulling a cart in which are several figures in patriotic costumes. A line of automobiles is visible in the background, about 1917
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-1122 A photograph of an oil ship on fire in Port Arthur, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-1123 A photograph of several barges loaded with lumber. Two larger cargo ships are visible in the background, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-1124 A photograph of the Port Arthur docks. A line of sailing cargo ships are moored alongside some freight cars. Several large piles of lumber are visible on the left, about 1906
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 8/22/1906 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-1125 A photograph of a line of sailing ships moored in Port Arthur harbor, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-1126 A color-added photograph of the Port Arthur Light, Power and Ice Plant (identified elsewhere as the Water Works Building). Two facades of the building are visible, about 1917
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 10/17/1917 by Port Arthur post office.]
1991.183-1127 A photograph of an oil refinery in Port Arthur. Two facades of the building are visible, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-1128 A color-added photograph of the office building of the Gulf Refining Company of Port Arthur. Two facades of the building are visible, about 1915-1930
[photomechanical print]
[Note on center of verso: "C.T. American Art Colored."]
1991.183-1129 A color-added photograph of the docks of the Gulf Refining Company in Port Arthur. Several cargo ships are moored along the background, as is a tugboat, about 1915-1930
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-1130 A color-added photograph of the docks of the Gulf Refining Company in Port Arthur. Several cargo ships are moored along the background. The Gulf Refining Co. refinery is visible in the center background, about 1915-1930
[photomechanical print]
[Note on center of verso: "C.T. American Art Colored."]
1991.183-1131 A color-added photograph of lumber being loaded onto cargo ships for export at the docks of Port Arthur. The lumber is floating in the water, about 1908-1910
[photomechanical print]
[Very similar to 1991.183-1107. Printed in USA. Note on center of verso: "C.T. American Art." Postcard stamped 1/9/1926 by Port Arthur post office.]
1991.183-1132 A color-added photograph of the Port Arthur docks. A warehouse is visible in the right background, and a grain elevator is visible in the left background, about 1908-1910
[photomechanical print]
[Two copies: 191/183-1132A and 1991.183-1132B. Printed in USA. Note on center of verso: "C.T. Photochrom." 1991.183-1132B stamped 6/5/1914 by Shreveport, La. post office.]
1991.183-1134 A real photographic postcard of Port Arthur. Visible in the image is a railroad train, an adjacent road, two parked automobiles, and a line of electrical poles. Caption text: Gulf Refinery, Pt. Arthur Tex., about 1918-1930
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-1135 A photograph of the cargo ship City of Everett based in Port Arthur. Caption text: "S.O. Co. S.S. City of Everett Port Arthur, Texas," about 1907
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped twice: 11/3/1907 by Port Arthur post office, and 11/6/1907 by Fall River, Mass. post office.]
1991.183-1136 A real photographic postcard of a grain elevator in Port Arthur. Two facades of the building are visible. Two cargo ships are in line to be loaded with grain from the elevator, about 1918-1930
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-1137 A photograph of stevedores loading case oil onto cargo ships at the Port Arthur docks, about 1911
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 11/16/1911 by Waco post office.]
1991.183-1138 A photograph of stevedores unloading bananas from a cargo ship at the Port Arthur docks, about 1907
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 11/24/1950 by Columbia City, Ind. post office.]
1991.183-1139 A color-added photograph of Artesian Well No. 1 in Port Arthur. A crowd of well-dressed men are observing the gushing well, about 1922
[photomechanical print]
[Very similar to 1991.183-1221. Postcard stamped 11/9/1922 by Houston post office.]
1991.183-1140 A color-added photograph of the portion of the Port Arthur docks intended for oil tankers. Several docked tankers are visible. Caption text: "A Busy Day at the Oil Docks, Port Arthur, Texas," about 1912
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 8/14/1912 Texarkana post office.]
1991.183-1141 A real photographic postcard of a Fourth of July parade through a street in Port Arthur in 1917. A group of children dressed as colonial soldiers are visible in the right background, about 1917
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-1142 A real photographic postcard of the Port Arthur Chapter (149) of the trade union International Brotherhood of Blacksmiths and Helpers, apparently in preparation for a parade. The members are dressed in decorative aprons, holding placards, and many are array, about 1904-1918
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-1143 A real photographic postcard of three young men sitting on a pile of lumber, somewhere in or near Port Arthur, about 1908
[real photo postcard]
[Postcard stamped 6/3/1908 by Shreveport, La. post office.]
1991.183-1144 A real photographic postcard of a residential area of Port Arthur, taken from an elevated perspective. A more urban area of Port Arthur is visible in the background, about 1918-1930
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-1145 A real photographic postcard of a residential area of Port Arthur, taken from an elevated perspective. A more urban area of Port Arthur is visible in the background, about 1918-1930
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-1146 A real photographic postcard of an urban area of Port Arthur, taken from an elevated perspective, about 1927-1940
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-1147 A real photographic postcard of an busy urban street in Port Arthur, taken from an elevated perspective. A number of parked and driving automobiles are visible, about 1918-1930
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-1148 A real photographic postcard of a flooded residential area of Port Arthur, taken from an elevated perspective. Caption text: "Looking North from Wireless Tower College." The photograph was probably taken after a 1915 flood, about 1915
[real photo postcard]
[Very similar to 1991.183-1151.]
1991.183-1149 A real photographic postcard of a flooded residential area of Port Arthur, taken from an elevated perspective. Caption text: "Looking West from Wireless Tower at College. Aug 16-17 Flood 1915," 1915
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-1150 A real photographic postcard of a flooded street in front of the U.S. Post Office in Port Arthur on August 18, 1915. A number of people are standing in the waters, and two small boats are visible, 1915
[real photo postcard]
[Two copies: 1991.183-1150A and 1991.183-1150B.]
1991.183-1151 A real photographic postcard of a flooded residential area of Port Arthur, taken from an elevated perspective. Caption text: "Looking North from Wireless Tower College." The photograph was probably taken after a 1915 flood, about 1915
[real photo postcard]
[Very similar to 1991.183-1148.]
1991.183-1152 A photograph of a flooded residential area on Shreveport Avenue in Port Arthur on August 18, 1915, about 1917
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 4/4/1917 by Freeport, Tex. post office.]
1991.183-1153 A real photographic postcard of the New Christian Church in Port Arthur during a flood in August 1915. The front and right side facades of the building are visible, 1915
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-1155 A real photographic postcard of the Mary Gates Hospital in Port Arthur during a flood in August 1915. Two men and a parked automobile are visible in the foreground, 1915
[real photo postcard]
[Very similar to 1991.183-1168.]
1991.183-1156 A real photographic postcard of four men standing in flooded waters on the corner of Procter Street and Shreveport Avenue in Port Arthur during a flood on August 18, 1915
[real photo postcard]
[Very similar to 1991.183-1162.]
1991.183-1157 A real photographic postcard of a man on horseback driving a herd of horses through a flooded Procter Street in Port Arthur on August 18, 1915
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-1158 A real photographic postcard of Austin Avenue in Port Arthur during a flood on August 18, 1915. A number of people and boats navigating the waters are visible in the background. The First National Bank building is visible in the right background, 1915
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-1159 A real photographic postcard of Proctor Street in Port Arthur during a flood on August 18, 1915. A horse and cart filled with people is navigating the waters, 1915
[real photo postcard]
[Postcard stamped 9/6/1915 by Port Arthur post office.]
1991.183-1160 A real photographic postcard of San Antonio Avenue W. in Port Arthur during a flood on August 16-17, 1915
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-1161 A real photographic postcard of Procter St. in Port Arthur during a flood on August 16-18, 1915. Several boats and people navigating the waters are visible in the center background, August 16-18, 1915
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-1162 A real photographic postcard of four men standing in flooded waters on the corner of Procter Street and Shreveport Avenue in Port Arthur during a flood on August 18, 1915
[real photo postcard]
[Very similar to 1991.183-1156. Postcard stamped 12/5/1915 by Port Arthur post office.]
1991.183-1163 A real photographic postcard of two men and women standing in a flooded street in front of a house in Port Arthur. Photograph probably taken during a flood event on August 16-18, 1915
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-1164 A real photographic postcard of a man pushing a woman floating in a wash basin through a flooded Waco Avenue in Port Arthur during a flood in August 1915. Caption text: "One way to Ride," 1915
[real photo postcard]
[Very similar to 1991.183-1165. Postcard stamped 9/14/1915 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-1165 A real photographic postcard of a man pushing a woman floating in a wash basin through a flooded Waco Avenue in Port Arthur during a flood in August 1915
[real photo postcard]
[Very similar to 1991.183-1164.]
1991.183-1166 A real photographic postcard of a man and a woman rowing a boat filled with personal possessions through a flooded street in Port Arthur during a flood on August 16-17, 1915. Caption text: "Moving during the Flood, Port Arthur, " August 16-17, 1915
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-1167 A real photographic postcard of two horses pulling a wagon filled with men through a flooded street in Port Arthur during a flood on August 18, 1915. The team is identified by the caption as employed by the Gulf Refining Company, 1915
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-1168 A real photographic postcard of the Mary Gates Hospital in Port Arthur during a flood in August 16-17, 1915. Two men and a parked automobile are visible in the foreground, 1915
[real photo postcard]
[Very similar to 1991.183-1155. Note on center of verso: "Kruxo."]
1991.183-1169 A real photographic postcard of men and women standing in a flooded street in Port Arthur during a flood on August 16-17, 1915. The Jefferson Hotel is visible in the left background, 1915
[real photo postcard]
[Two copies: 1991.183-1169A and 1991.183-1169B. 1991.183-1169B stamped 12/5/1915 by Port Arthur post office.]
1991.183-1170 A photograph of the Port Arthur dock belonging to the Texas Refining Company. Three docked tankers are visible in the foreground, about 1940s-1950s
[photomechanical print]
[Note on center of verso: "Natural-Finish."]
1991.183-1171 A color-added photograph of the Jefferson Hotel in Port Arthur. The front and left side facades of the building are visible, about 1901-1907
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-1173 An advertising postcard for Snooper's Paradise, an antique dealer based in Port Arthur. The photograph is of the exterior of the Snooper's Paradise building, about 1950s-1970s
[advertising postcard, photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Note on center of verso: "Teknitone Process, Kodachrome Reproduction."]
1991.183-1174 A photograph of the Federal Building and Post Office on Austin Avenue in Port Arthur, about 1950s-1960s
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Note on center of verso: "Dextone."]
1991.183-1175 A color-added photograph of the Federal Building on Austin Avenue in Port Arthur. The front and right side facades of the building are visible, about 1926
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 1/11/1926 by Port Arthur post office. Note on center of verso: "C.T. American Art."]
1991.183-1176 A color-added photograph of the Federal Building on Austin Avenue in Port Arthur. The front and left side facades of the building are visible, about 1901-1907
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-1177 A color-added photograph of the Federal Building on Austin Avenue in Port Arthur. The front and right side facades of the building are visible, 1913
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in USA. Note on center of verso: "C.T. Photochrom." Postcard stamped 3/26/1917 by Port Arthur post office.]
1991.183-1178 A photograph of Proctor Street in Port Arthur, about 1901-1907
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-1179 A color-added photograph of the Custom House and Post Office on Austin Avenue in Port Arthur. The front and right side facades of the building are visible, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-1180 A color-added photograph of the Custom House and Post Office on Austin Avenue in Port Arthur. The front and right side facades of the building are visible, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-1181 A color-added photograph of the US Post Office on Austin Avenue in Port Arthur. Two facades of the building are visible, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-1182 A photograph of the US Post Office on Austin Avenue in Port Arthur. Two facades of the building are visible, about 1950s-1960s
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-1183 A photograph of the Jefferson County Sub-courthouse (a county courthouse subsidiary to the courthouse in Beaumont, the county seat), taken from a distance. An ornamental fountain is visible in the center foreground, about 1950s
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Short informational note on verso.]
1991.183-1184 A photograph of the Jefferson County Sub-courthouse (a county courthouse subsidiary to the courthouse in Beaumont, the county seat), taken from a distance. An ornamental fountain is visible in the center foreground, 1955
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Note on center of verso: "Curteichcolor Art-Creation from Color Transparencies."]
1991.183-1185 A color-added photograph of the Jefferson County Sub-courthouse (a county courthouse subsidiary to the courthouse in Beaumont, the county seat), taken from a distance. An ornamental fountain is visible in the center foreground, 1936
[photomechanical print]
[Note on center of verso: "C.T. Art-Colortone."]
1991.183-1186 A color-added photograph of the First National Bank in Port Arthur. Two facades of the building are visible, about 1915-1930
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-1187 A photograph of the First National Bank in Port Arthur. Two facades of the building are visible, about 1908
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 2/27/1908 by Port Arthur post office.]
1991.183-1188 A color-added photograph of the New Merchant's State Bank in Port Arthur. Two facades of the building are visible. Some figures in the foreground have been added by illustration, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
[Very similar to 1991.183-1189.]
1991.183-1189 A color-added photograph of the New Merchant's State Bank in Port Arthur. Two facades of the building are visible. Some figures in the foreground have been added by illustration, about 1901-1907
[photomechanical print]
[Very similar to 1991.183-1188.]
1991.183-1190 A color-added photograph of the Merchant's State Bank in Port Arthur. The front and right side facades of the building are visible, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
[Note on center of verso: "Sexichrome."]
1991.183-1191 A color-added photograph of the Merchant's State Bank in Port Arthur. The front and right side facades of the building are visible, 1918
[photomechanical print]
[Note on center of verso: "C.T. American Art."]
1991.183-1192 A color-added photograph of the Sabine-Neches Canal at Port Arthur. The Port Arthur dockside is visible on the left, and a docked tugboat is visible in the left foreground, 1913
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in USA. Note on center of verso: "C.T. Photochrom."]
1991.183-1193 A real photographic postcard of the sailing ship Edna Hoyt of Port Arthur. A tugboat is pushing the ship into port, about 1927-1940
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-1194 A color-added photograph of the First Congregational Church, on 6th Street in Port Arthur. Two facades of the building are visible, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-1195 A color-added photograph of a Catholic Church and Parsonage building in Port Arthur. Two facades of each building are visible, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-1196 A photograph of the First Baptist Church in Port Arthur, about 1950s
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Note on center of verso: "Plastichrome."]
1991.183-1197 A color-added photograph of a Masonic Temple, located on Lake Shore Drive in Port Arthur. The front and left side facades of the building are visible, about 1915-1930
[photomechanical print]
[Very similar to 1991.183-1200. Note on center of verso: "C.T. American Art Colored."]
1991.183-1198 A photograph of a Masonic Temple, located on Lake Shore Drive in Port Arthur, about 1941
[photomechanical print]
[Note on center of verso: "Natural-Finish." Postcard stamped 3/13/1941 by Port Arthur post office.]
1991.183-1199 A real photographic postcard of a Masonic Temple, located on Lake Shore Drive in Port Arthur. The front and left side facades of the building are visible, after 1950
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-1200 A color-added photograph of a Masonic Temple, located on Lake Shore Drive in Port Arthur. The front and left side facades of the building are visible, about 1915-1930
[photomechanical print]
[Very similar to 1991.183-1197. Note on center of verso: "C.T. American Art Colored."]
1991.183-1201 A photograph of a Masonic Temple, located on Lake Shore Drive in Port Arthur. The building is partially obscured by a line of palm trees in the foreground, about 1915-1930
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-1202 A color-added photograph of St. Mary's Hospital in Port Arthur, 1950
[linen postcard, photomechanical print]
[Note on center of verso: "C.T. Art-Colortone."]
1991.183-1203 A color-added photograph of St. Mary's Hospital in Port Arthur. The front and left side facades of the building are visible, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-1204 A color-added photograph of St. Mary's Hospital in Port Arthur, 1936
[linen postcard, photomechanical print]
[Note on center of verso: "C.T. Art-Colortone."]
1991.183-1205 An illustration of the Hotel Gates in Port Arthur. The front and left side facades of the building are visible, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-1206 A postcard commemorating the November 15, 1909 opening of the Plaza Hotel in Port Arthur. The postcard features a photograph of the Plaza Hotel, as well as the lyrics of the song, "My Home is Down in Texas," 1909
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in USA.]
1991.183-1207 A color-added photograph of the Mary Gates Memorial Hospital in Port Arthur, about 1908-1910
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-1208 A photograph of the Mary Gates Memorial Hospital in Port Arthur, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-1209 A photograph of the Mary Gates Memorial Hospital in Port Arthur, taken from a distance across a section of Lake Shore Drive. The front and left side facades of the building are visible, 1911
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in USA. Very similar to 1991.183-1210. Note on center of verso: "C.T. American Art."]
1991.183-1210 A photograph of the Mary Gates Memorial Hospital in Port Arthur, taken from a distance across a section of Lake Shore Drive. The front and left side facades of the building are visible, 1911
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in USA. Very similar to 1991.183-1209. Note on center of verso: "C.T. Photochrom."]
1991.183-1211 A photograph of the Ava, a yacht owned by the Texas Corporation (later Texaco), on the open water. The port side is visible, about 1930s-1940s
[photograph]
1991.183-1212 A photograph of the Ava, a yacht owned by the Texas Corporation (later Texaco), on the open water. The starboard side is visible, about 1930s-1940s
[photograph]
1991.183-1213 A photograph of several cargo ships docked in harbor in Port Arthur. Steamships and sailing ships are both visible, about 1907
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in Germany. Postcard stamped twice: 3/21/1907 by Port Arthur post office, and 3/24/1907 by Oxford, Oh. post office.]
1991.183-1214 A real photographic postcard of the Port Arthur docks. The surface of the water is frozen, and snow is on the ground. Several cargo ships are visible. Caption text: "Boats watering at Port Arthur," about 1904-1918
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-1215 A photograph of an oil tanker, the Texas, in port in Port Arthur. Caption text: "Flagship of the Texas Company's Fleet of Oil Carrying Vessels, the Texas, finest and most modern ocean-going oil carrier in the world. Launched at Newport News, Virginia," about 1910
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 10/26/1910 by Dallas post office.]
1991.183-1216 A color-added panorama postcard of the Port Arthur Terminal and Dock of the Texas Company (later Texaco). The Company's refinery and warehouses are flanked by waterways on each side, about 1918
[panorama, photomechanical print]
[Note on center of verso: "Sexichrome." Postcard dated 12/29/1918 by correspondent. Postcard stamped 12/30/1918.]
1991.183-1217 A photograph of a dock area in Port Arthur. A grain elevator is visible in the left background. The photograph was taken from the deck of a ship, about 1909
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 1/23/1909 by Port Arthur post office.]
1991.183-1218 A photograph of three cargo ships in harbor in Port Arthur. A grain elevator is visible in the center background. Caption text: "Steamers taking cargo for Europe, and grain elevator at slip No. 3. Port Arthur, Tex," about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-1219 A color-added photograph of the Port Arthur docks of the Texas Company (later Texaco). A cargo ship, possible a tanker, is visible center, about 1939
[photomechanical print]
[Note on center of verso: "C.T. American Art Colored." Postcard stamped 3/19/1939 by Port Arthur post office.]
1991.183-1220 A color-added photograph of the Port Arthur docks of the Texas Company (later Texaco). A number of cargo ships and tankers are visible, 1916
[photomechanical print]
[Very similar to 1991.183-1221. Printed in USA. Note on center of verso: "C.T. American Art."]
1991.183-1221 A color-added photograph of the Port Arthur docks of the Texas Company (later Texaco). A number of cargo ships and tankers are visible, 1916
[photomechanical print]
[Very similar to 1991.183-1220. Note on center of verso: "C.T. American Art Colored."]
1991.183-1222 A color-added photograph of an artesian well near Port Arthur. A crowd of well-dressed men are observing the gushing well. Caption text: "Flowing well developed near Port Neches. Port Arthur's future water supply," 1911
[photomechanical print]
[Very similar to 1991.183-1139. Postcard stamped 1/30/1914 by New York, N.Y. post office.]
1991.183-1223 A color-added photograph of the Port Arthur docks of the Texas Company (later Texaco). A number of cargo ships and tankers are visible, about 1915-1930
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-1224 A panorama photograph of the Port Arthur Harbor. A number of docked cargo ships, schooners, and tugboats are visible, as is a grain elevator. Vessels pictured include the E.L. Russell, the Conneaut, the Della, the Sam, the Peter Jensen, the Ros, about 1911
[panorama, photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 3/26/1911 by Port Arthur post office.]
1991.183-1225 A color-added photograph of a dock area of Port Arthur. The cargo ship Evelyn is docked on the left, 1913
[photomechanical print]
[Note on center of verso: "C.T. Photochrom."]
1991.183-1226 A color-added photograph of a railroad line running through the Port Arthur docks. A train on the tracks is visible in the center, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in Germany. Note on upper left of verso: "Leipzig Berlin Dresden Litho-Chrome Trade Mark Germany."]
1991.183-1227 A photograph of Slip No. 3 in the Port Arthur docks. Several docked cargo ships are visible, including the Winfred, the City of San Antonio, and the Waverly, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-1228 A color-added photograph of an oil tanker on fire in the Port Arthur docks, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in Germany. Note on upper left of verso: "Leipzig Berlin Dresden Litho-Chrome Trade Mark Germany."]
1991.183-1229 A real photographic postcard of a Port Arthur dock attached to a Sulphur mining concern, taken from a distance, about 1918-1930
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-1230 A photograph of a cargo ship being loaded with wheat from a grain elevator, about 1908
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped twice: 4/8/1908 by Port Arthur post office, and 4/10/1908 by Carthage, Miss. post office.]
1991.183-1231 A photograph the schooner Kate Feore docked at Port Arthur. Caption text: "Schr. Kate Feore at Port Arthur, Texas, Docks. Hurricane wrecked in Gulf of Mexico. Crew of 7 adrift on waterlogged wreck without water and food 16 days, picked up by S.S. Winifred and 5 of crew saved.," about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-1232 A photograph of an area of the Port Arthur harbor. Several docked ships are visible in the background, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-1233 A real photographic postcard of the tanker Gulf of Venezuela just after an explosion in Port Arthur while loading gasoline on April 11, 1926
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-1234 A color-added photograph of two rows of torpedo boats of the United States Navy, docked in Port Arthur. Caption text: "U.S. Torpedo Boats in Harbor, at Port Arthur. Spring 1914. Prepared to take part in war with Mexico should it become necessary. Port Arthur, Texas," 1916
[photomechanical print]
[Very similar to 1991.183-1235 and 1991.183-1237. Note on center of verso: "C.T. Photochrom."]
1991.183-1235 A color-added photograph of two rows of torpedo boats of the United States Navy, docked in Port Arthur, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
[Very similar to 1991.183-1234 and 1991.183-1237. Note on center of verso: "Sexichrome."]
1991.183-1236 A photograph of a row of United States Navy torpedo boats docked in Port Arthur. A crowd of onlookers are approaching the ships, about 1911
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 11/20/1911 by Port Arthur post office.]
1991.183-1237 A color-added photograph of two rows of torpedo boats of the United States Navy, docked in Port Arthur. Caption text: "U.S. Torpedo Boats in Harbor, at Port Arthur. Spring, 1914. Prepared to take part in war with Mexico should it become necessary. Port Arthur, Texas," 1915
[photomechanical print]
[Very similar to 1991.183-1234 and 1991.183-1235. Note on center of verso: "C.T. American Art." Postcard stamped 2/25/1920 by Port Arthur post office.]
1991.183-1238 A real photographic postcard of a line of cargo ships docked in port, about 1922
[real photo postcard]
[Postcard stamped 4/12/1922 by Port Arthur post office.]
1991.183-1239 A real photographic postcard of the Sabine Sun, an oil tanker based in Port Arthur. The port side of the ship is visible, about 1927-1940
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-1240 A real photographic postcard of two ships traveling up a canal in Port Arthur: the boat Keechi, and the sailing ship Homis. The starboard sides of each ship are visible, about 1924
[real photo postcard]
[Postcard dated 12/9/1924 by correspondent. Postcard stamped 12/9/1924 by Port Arthur post office.]
1991.183-1241 A real photographic postcard of the dredge Kimble docked in Port Arthur. The port side of the ship is visible, about 1918-1930
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-1242 A photograph of the Jefferson Hotel in Port Arthur. The front and left side facades of the building are visible, about 1909
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard dated 1/11/1909 by correspondent. Postcard stamped 1/11/1909 by Waldoboro, Me. post office.]
1991.183-1243 A real photographic postcard of the Plaza Hotel, an ornate, three-story hotel in Port Arthur. The hotel is in the midst of the flood of August 16-17, 1915. The front and left side facades of the building are visible, 1915
[real photo postcard]
[Very similar to 1991.183-1008 and 1991.183-1009. Postcard stamped 9/20/1915 by post office.]
1991.183-1244 A photograph of a man posing with a large fish and a fishing rod. Caption text: "Tarpon Fishing at Port Arthur, Tex," about 1901-1907
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-1245 A color-added photograph of several men posing with caught fish. Caption text: "Fishing in Port Arthur," about 1915
[photomechanical print]
[Two copies: 1991.183-1245A and 1991.183-1245B. 1991.183-1245B is dated 9/30/1915 by Port Arthur post office.]
1991.183-1247 A color-added photograph of the interior of the Newport Bar in Port Arthur. The bar is visible in the center. A seaside mural circles the three walls in the background, 1917
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-1248 A color-added photograph of the interior of the Newport Bar in Port Arthur. A bar office and a booth are visible in the background. A wildlife mural circles the two walls in the background, 1917
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-1249 A color-added photograph of the interior of the Newport Bar in Port Arthur. The bar is visible in the center. A seaside mural circles the two walls in the background, 1917
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard dated 3/18/1921 by correspondent. Postcard stamped 3/2/1921 by the Port Arthur post office.]
1991.183-1250 A color-added photograph of the interior of the Newport Bar in Port Arthur. A wildlife mural is visible on the far wall, 1917
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 12/7/1920 by the Port Arthur post office.]
1991.183-1251 A photograph of the interior of the Trinity Lutheran Church in Port Arthur. An altar built in the Gothic style is visible in the center. Postcard intended as a reminder for prior visitors to church services, after 1939
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Short informational note on verso.]
1991.183-1252 A photograph of the Central Baptist Church in Port Arthur. Two facades of the building are visible, 1961
[advertising postcard, photochrome (offset lithography)]
1991.183-1253 A color-added photograph of the Trinity Methodist Church, located on Fifth Street in Port Arthur. The adjacent street is also visible. Two facades of the building are visible, 1911
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 12/20/1913 by Port Arthur post office.]
1991.183-1254 A real photographic postcard of St. John's Catholic Church in Port Arthur. The building is partially obscured by a line of trees in the foreground, about 1907-1914
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-1255 A photograph of the First Methodist Church in Port Arthur. Two facades of the building are visible. The building is partially obscured by several palm trees, about 1950s
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Note on center of verso: "Plastichrome."]
1991.183-1256 A photograph of the First Methodist Church in Port Arthur, about 1950s-1960s
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Note on center of verso: "Natural-Finish."]
1991.183-1257 A color-added photograph of the First Methodist Church in Port Arthur. The front and right side facades of the building are visible, 1919
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 4/25/1920 by Port Arthur post office.]
1991.183-1258 A color-added photograph of the First Methodist Church in Port Arthur. The front and right side facades of the building are visible, about 1915-1930
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-1259 A photograph of St. James Catholic Church in Port Arthur, about 1950s-1960s
[photomechanical print]
[Two copies: 1991.183-1259A and 1991.183-1259B.]
1991.183-1261 A color-added photograph of the First Christian Church in Port Arthur. The front and right side facades of the building are visible, about 1918
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 9/12/1918 by Orange, Tex. post office.]
1991.183-1262 A color-added photograph of the South Methodist Church in Port Arthur. Two facades of the building are visible, about 1901-1907
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-1263 A color-added photograph of the First Methodist Church on 5th Street in Port Arthur, about 1901-1907
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-1264 A real photographic postcard of a railroad terminal at the Port Arthur waterfront. A number of automobiles are visible in the background, about 1910s
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-1265 A photograph of the Gulf Oil Refinery in Port Arthur. Two lines of storage tanks are visible in the center, about 1950s-1960s
[photomechanical print]
[Note on center of verso: "Natural-Finish."]
1991.183-1266 A color-added photograph of oil being loaded onto a tanker at a concrete wharf in Port Arthur belonging to the Gulf Refining Company, 1911
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-1267 A color-added photograph of the Gulf Refinery on the coast in Port Arthur. Several piles of piping are visible in the center foreground, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
[Note on center of verso: "Sexichrome."]
1991.183-1268 A color-added photograph of a row of high pressure stills in the Port Arthur oil refinery of the Gulf Refining Company, about 1915-1930
[photomechanical print]
[Note on center of verso: "C.T. American Art Colored."]
1991.183-1269 A photograph of the Gulf Oil Refinery in Port Arthur. A still is visible in the right background, about 1950s
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Short informational note on the verso. Note on center of verso: "Dextone Made Direct from Kodachrome and Ansco Color."]
1991.183-1270 A color-added photograph of the Port Arthur oil refinery operated by the Texas Company (later Texaco). The scene is at night. Certain elements are enhanced and added by illustration, about 1914
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Postcard stamped 5/10/1919 by Port Arthur post office.]
1991.183-1271 A color-added photograph of an catalytic cracking plant on an oil refinery near Port Arthur and Beaumont, about 1950s
[linen postcard, photomechanical print]
[Short informational note on verso. Note on center of verso: "C.T. American Art-Colortone."]
1991.183-1272 A color-added photograph of an oil refinery near Port Arthur and Orange, 1955
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Note on center of verso: "Curteichcolor Art-Creation from Color Transparencies."]
1991.183-1273 A color-added photograph of a paraffin wax plant operated by the Texas Company (later Texaco), about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
[Note on center of verso: "Sexichrome."]
1991.183-1274 A photograph of the Gulf Oil Refinery in Port Arthur, taken from a distance, about 1950s
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Note on center of verso: "Plastichrome."]
1991.183-1275 A color-added photograph of cargo ships being loaded with lumber at the No. 3 Slip of the Port Arthur docks. Two steam ships and one sailing ship are visible, 1911
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 4/27/1914 by Port Arthur post office.]
1991.183-1276 A color-added photograph of the dock area at Port Arthur. A cargo ship is visible in the right background. A large grain elevator is visible in the left background, about 1907
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in Germany. Note on upper left of verso: "Leipzig Berlin Dresden Litho-Chrome Trade Mark Germany."]
1991.183-1277 A color-added photograph of a Port Arthur railroad terminal and dock operated by the Texas Company (later Texaco). The photograph is taken from an elevated perspective. Two ships navigating a canal are visible on the left, about 1914
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard dated 10/31/1914 by correspondent.]
1991.183-1278 A color-added photograph of the Gulf Oil Refinery in Port Arthur, taken from an elevated position, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-1279 A photograph of Texas Oil Refinery in Port Arthur, about 1950s-1960s
[photomechanical print]
[Note on center of verso: "Natural-Finish."]
1991.183-1280 A photograph of a Port Arthur oil refinery operated by the Texas Company (later Texaco), taken from an elevated perspective
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-1281 A photograph of the Gulf Oil Refinery in Port Arthur, taken from a distance, about 1950s
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Note on center of verso: "Plastichrome."]
1991.183-1282 A real photographic postcard of the Gulf Cracking Unit in Port Arthur, about 1950s-1960s
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-1283 A real photographic postcard of the Gulf Cracking Unit in Port Arthur, about 1950s-1960s
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-1284 A photograph of a cargo ship docked in Port Arthur. A railroad train and a line of freight cars are visible on the left background. Caption text: "Loading Timber," about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-1285 A color-added photograph of a cargo ship docked at Port Arthur. A series of cotton sheds are visible on the right. Caption Text: "K.C.S. Railroad Ships and Cotton Sheds. Port Arthur, Tex," about 1911
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-1286 A color-added photograph of a grain elevator located on the Port Arthur docks. A cargo ship is docked in the foreground. Caption text: "Elevator and Ship No. 3 Port Arthur, Texas," about 1908
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped twice: 3/18/1908 by Port Arthur post office, and 3/20/1908 by Carthage, Miss. post office.]
1991.183-1287 A real photographic postcard of an area on the Port Arthur docks. A docked sailing ship is visible in the center background, and a grain elevator is visible in the right background, about 1904-1918
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-1288 A color-added photograph of an oil refinery near Port Arthur and Beaumont. Caption text: "Typical Refining Scene near Beaumont - Port Arthur, Texas," about 1938-1950s
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Note on center of verso: "A 'ShiniColor' by 'Colourpicture.'"]
1991.183-1289 A real photographic postcard of the ship Gulf of Mexico on fire in the Port Arthur dock. A fireship is visible on the right spraying the fire with a water cannon, about 1927-1940
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-1290 A color-added photograph of the Port Arthur docks and warehouses of the Texas Company (later Texaco) on fire, taken from a distance. Elements of the fire have been added by illustration. Caption text: "Fire at the Texas Co's Dock and Warehouse, June 26, 1911. Loss about $300,000," 1911
[photomechanical print]
[Very similar to 1991.183-1298. Postcard stamped 8/23/1914 by Port Arthur post office. Note on center of verso: "C.T. Photochrom."]
1991.183-1291 A photograph of several oil storage tanks on fire near Port Arthur, Tex. Caption text: "Nine 55,000-Barrel Oil Tanks on Fire, Near Port Arthur, Texas. Largest Loss by Fire in History of Texas Oil Industry," about 1910
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 3/8/1910 by Port Arthur post office.]
1991.183-1292 A real photographic postcard of the remains of the ship Gulf of Venezuela after an explosion at the Port Arthur docks on April 11, 1926
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-1293 A real photographic postcard of the remains of the barges Shenango after an explosion at the Port Arthur docks in 1911. A fireboat in the background is spraying the fire with a water cannon, 1911
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-1294 A color-added photograph of the ship S.S. City of Everett on fire at the Port Arthur docks, about 1915-1930
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-1295 A color-added photograph of the ship S.S. City of Everett on fire at the Port Arthur docks, after 1939
[photomechanical print]
[Very similar to 1991.183-1296. Note on center of verso: "Sexichrome."]
1991.183-1296 A color-added photograph of the Gulf Oil Refinery in Port Arthur, taken from an elevated position, about 1908-1910
[photomechanical print]
[Very similar to 1991.183-1295.]
1991.183-1297 A photograph of an oil refinery in Port Arthur, taken from a distance and an elevated perspective, about 1901-1907
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-1298 A color-added photograph of the Port Arthur docks and warehouses of the Texas Company (later Texaco) on fire, taken from a distance. Elements of the fire have been added by illustration. Caption text: "Fire at the Texas Co's Dock and Warehouse, June 26, 1911. Loss about $300,000," 1910
[photomechanical print]
[Very similar to 1991.183-1290. Note on center of verso: "C.T. American Art." Postcard stamped 3/5/1920 by Port Arthur post office.]
1991.183-1299 A photograph of an oil refinery operated by the Texas Company (later Texaco), taken from an elevated perspective. Caption text: "Airplane view of a portion of the huge refinery of The Texas Company at Port Arthur, Texas. One of The Texas Company's nine Refineries in the United States," about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-1300 A photograph of an oil refinery operated by the Gulf Oil Corporation, taken from an elevated perspective, 1960
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Note on center of verso: "Curteichcolor R 3-D Natural Color Reproduction."]
1991.183-1301 A photograph of an oil refinery operated by the Gulf Oil Corporation, taken from an elevated perspective, 1940
[linen postcard, photomechanical print]
[Short informational note on verso.]
1991.183-1302 A photograph of a dead sperm whale beached at Port Arthur. A number of onlookers are visible, about 1910
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 7/3/1910 by Texarkana post office.]
1991.183-1303 A real photographic postcard of a beached whale in Port Arthur. The whale is still laying in the surf, about 1924
[real photo postcard]
[Postcard stamped 12/19/1924 by Port Arthur post office.]
1991.183-1304 A real photographic postcard of a beached whale on the beach in Port Arthur. The whale is behind a net. Seven men are posed atop the whale, about 1927-1940
[real photo postcard]
[Very similar to 1991.183-1317.]
1991.183-1305 A real photographic postcard of a beached whale in Port Arthur. The whale is still laying in the surf, about 1927-1940
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-1306 A real photographic postcard of a beached whale in Port Arthur. The whale is still laying in the surf. Two men are visible in the background, attempting to move the whale, about 1927-1940
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-1307 A color-added photograph of a dead sperm whale caught off of Port Arthur. A man is posed next to the mouth. Caption text: "Head of the Big Whale at Port Arthur, Texas. Head 11 feet in height, Jaw 10 feet long," about 1908-1910
[photomechanical print]
[Colored version of 1991.183-1310.]
1991.183-1308 A color-added photograph of a dead whale caught off of Port Arthur on March 8, 1910. The perspective is situated near the tail of the whale, 1910
[photomechanical print]
[Short informational note on verso.]
1991.183-1309 A photograph of a dead sperm whale in Port Arthur. A man is posed next to the mouth, about 1910
[photomechanical print]
[Short informational note on verso. Very similar to 1991.183-1310. Postcard stamped 4/13/1910 by Port Arthur post office.]
1991.183-1310 A color-added photograph of a dead sperm whale caught off of Port Arthur. A man is posed next to the mouth. Caption text: "Head of the Big Whale at Port Arthur, Texas. Head 11 feet in height, Jaw 10 feet long," about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
[Non-colored version of 1991.183-1307. Very similar to 1991.183-1309.]
1991.183-1311 A color-added photograph of a dead whale caught off of Port Arthur on March 8, 1910. The perspective is situated near the tail of the whale. Several men stand by examining the whale, 1910
[photomechanical print]
[Very similar to 1991.183-1315. Postcard dated 6/12/1911 by correspondent.]
1991.183-1312 A photograph of a dead whale in Port Arthur caught off of March 8, 1910. The perspective is situated near the tail of the whale. Several men stand by examining the whale. Caption text details the physical dimensions of the whale, 1910
[photomechanical print]
[Two copies: 1991.183-1312A and 1991.183-1312B. Very similar to 1991.183-1314. 1991.183-1312A stamped 5/28/1910 by post office.]
1991.183-1313 A photograph of a dead whale caught off of Port Arthur on March 8, 1910. The perspective is situated near the tail of the whale. Caption text: "The Big Whale at Port Arthur, Texas. Captured in Gulf of Mexico. 65 feet long. Weight about 75 tons," 1910
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-1314 A color-added photograph of a dead whale caught off of Port Arthur on March 8, 1910. The perspective is situated near the tail of the whale. Caption text: "Port Arthur Whale caught March 1910, Length 67 feet, Weight 80 tons. Caught in the Gulf of Mexico," 1910
[photomechanical print]
[Very similar to 1991.183-1312. Note on the center of the verso: "Sexichrome."]
1991.183-1315 A real photographic postcard of a dead whale caught off of Port Arthur on March 8, 1910. The perspective is situated near the tail of the whale. Several men stand by examining the whale, 1910
[real photo postcard]
[Very similar to 1991.183-1311.]
1991.183-1316 A real photographic postcard of a dead whale caught off of Port Arthur on March 8, 1910. The whale is surrounded by a wooden fence, behind which stand a crowd of onlookers, 1910
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-1317 A real photographic postcard of a beached whale on the beach in Port Arthur. The whale is behind a net. Seven men are posed atop the whale, about 1935
[real photo postcard]
[Very similar to 1991.183-1304. Postcard dated 12/8/1935 by correspondent.]
1991.183-1318 A photograph of two strings of caught fish. Caption text: "A Day's Catch at Port Arthur, Texas," about 1940s-1960s
[photomechanical print]
[Note on center of verso: "Natural-Finish."]
1991.183-1319 A color-added photograph of a country club in Port Arthur. Two facades of the building are visible. The building is partially obscured by several trees in the foreground, 1919
[photomechanical print]
[Note on center of verso: "C.T. American Art."]
1991.183-1320 An illustration of a bust portrait of a young woman in profile, 1912
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 6/19/1913 by Port Arthur post office.]
1991.183-1321 A photograph of a fisherman operating a fishing rod. Perspective is immediately below the fisherman. Caption text: "Bob Russell, Big Game Fisherman, Port Arthur, Texas," about 1943
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 9/6/1943 by Port Arthur post office.]
1991.183-1322 A photograph of the bridge linking Port Arthur and Orange over the Neches River. The perspective is from one end of the bridge looking upwards, about 1940s-1960s
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-1323 A color-added photograph of a group portrait of men standing in front of a line of caught sea bass. Caption text: "Three Thousands Pounds Sea Bass Caught in Three Hours, Near Port Arthur, Texas," about 1915-1930
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in USA.]
1991.183-1324 A photograph of Proctor Street in Port Arthur, about 1907
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 7/12/1907 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-1325 A photograph of a Port Arthur dock operated by the Texas Refining Company. An oil tanker is docked in the left background, about 1943
[photomechanical print]
[Note on center of verso: "Natural-Finish." Two copies: 1991.183-1325A and 1991.183-1325B. 1991.183-1325B dated 2/22/1943 by correspondent.]
1991.183-1326 A series of four photographs: the Port Arthur ship channel, the Spindletop oil field, the city of Nederland, and Port Arthur City Hall, about 1970s-1980s
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Printed in USA.]
1991.183-1327 A series of three photographs of the yacht Ava, owned by the Texas Company (later Texaco): an exterior photograph of the yacht's port side, and one of its after deck, and one of its saloon and dining room, about 1941
[photomechanical print]
[Short informational note on verso. Postcard dated 10/26/1941 by correspondent. Postcard stamped 10/26/1941 by Port Arthur post office.]
1991.183-1328 A photograph of a pedestrian pier, built on a series of large rocks, off the coast of Port Arthur. A number of men are visible fishing off the pier, about 1940s-1960s
[photomechanical print]
[Two copies: 1991.183-1328A and 1991.183-1328B. Note on center of verso: "Natural-Finish."]
1991.183-1329 A photograph of a sea wall off the coast of Port Arthur, taken from a distance, about 1946
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 6/28/1946 by Port Arthur post office.]
1991.183-1330 A photograph of the corner of Austin Avenue and Proctor Street in Port Arthur, about 1910
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 4/15/1910 by Port Arthur post office.]
1991.183-1331 A real photographic postcard of a group portrait of the Woodrow Wilson Jr. High School in Port Arthur. The ban poses on a set of steps with their instruments, 1944
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-1332 A color-added photograph of a sailboat on Sabine Lake near Port Arthur, about 1912
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard dated 9/7/1912 by correspondent.]
1991.183-1333 A real photographic postcard of the cargo ship S.S. Gulf of Mexico in the Port Arthur harbor. The port side of the ship is visible, about 1918-1930
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-1334 A real photographic postcard of a street in Port Arthur. The First National Bank building is visible on the corner. A verso note identifies a tall building in the center background as the Adams Building. A number of parked automobiles are visible, about 1927-1940
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-1335 A real photographic postcard of a street in Port Arthur. A number of parked automobiles are visible in the background, about 1940s-1950s
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-1336 An advertising postcard for Griffing Brothers Nurseries, featuring a line of palm trees. Caption text: "Washingtonia Palms for Park Decoration- No more beautiful and stately tree can be planted for park or avenue. Griffing Brothers, at their Florida and Texas Nurseries, have the largest stock of palms suitable for open planting ever offered in America. Address Miami, Fla., and Port Arthur, Texas."
[advertising postcard, photomechanical print]
1991.183-1337 An advertising postcard for Griffing Brothers Nurseries, featuring a windbreak composed of camphor trees. Caption text: "Two Year Camphor Windbreak. Griffing Brothers, Port Arthur. Texas, Nursery- These trees range from six to eight feet in height two years from planting. Nursery Packing House and Headquarters in the background"
[advertising postcard, photomechanical print]
1991.183-1338 An advertising postcard for the Arts and Crafts Center in Port Arthur, featuring a wall festooned with framed pictures, quilts, and other various pieces of art, about 1980s
[advertising postcard, photochrome (offset lithography)]
1991.183-1340 A photograph of Rose Hill Manor in Port Arthur. The building is partially obscured by a tree in the center foreground, about 1980s-1990s
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
1991.183-1341 A photograph of a dock of the Port of Port Arthur at night. Two cargo ships are moored alongside the dock, about 1978
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Short informational note on verso. Postcard stamped 10/16/1978 by post office.]
1991.183-1342 A photograph of the Martin Luther King-Gulfgate Bridge, which links Port Arthur to Pleasure Island over the Sabine-Neches Waterway. The photograph was taken at night. A number of well-lit buildings are visible on the background shore, about 1980s-1990s
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Short informational note on verso.]
1991.183-1343 A real photographic postcard of two women: Miss Irene Larson of Port Arthur and Miss Palma Ramsberg of Manchuria. The two middle-aged women are posed in front of a large piece of foliage, about 1927-1940
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-1344 A real photographic postcard of a middle-aged man posed on the deck of a ship, possibly the steam ship Texas. The man is sitting with his legs crossed, about 1909
[real photo postcard]
[Postcard stamped 12/19/1909 by Port Arthur post office.]
1991.183-1345 A real photographic postcard of four men posed on a ship. Three men appear to be sailors, while the fourth is dressed in a suit. A large piece of equipment is visible in the foreground, about 1911
[real photo postcard]
[Postcard stamped 3/26/1911 by Port Arthur post office.]
1991.183-1346 A real photographic postcard of Port Arthur's Pleasure Pier, an amusement complex. The picture is taken from an elevated perspective. A large roller coaster is visible in the foreground, about 1952
[real photo postcard]
[Postcard stamped 9/24/1952 by Port Neches post office.]
1991.183-1348 A color-added photograph of a saw-fish. The fish is visible from its top. Caption text: "On exhibit at Brown Hotel, Des Moines, Iowa. Saw-Fish, Length 18 Ft., Weight 1500 Lbs., Caught by Ernest W. Brown, Near Port Arthur, Texas," about 1915-1930
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-1360 A series of silhouette illustrations of people preparing for bedtime in some fashion, about 1909
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 8/29/1909 by post office.]
Port Neches, Texas
Box Postcard
1991.183-3 1991.183-1419 A photograph of the B.F. Goodrich Synthetic Rubber Plant in Port Neches, taken from a distance. A parking lot filled with automobiles is visible in the foreground, about 1950s
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Two copies: 1991.183-1419A and 1991.183-1419B. Note on center of verso: "Plastichrome."]
1991.183-1420 A photograph of the plant of the Jefferson Chemical Company in Port Neches, taken from a distance, about 1950s
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Note on center of verso: "Plastichrome."]
1991.183-1421 A photograph of the Smiths Bluff Refinery operated by the Pure Oil Company in Port Neches, taken from a distance, about 1950s
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Note on center of verso: "Plastichrome."]
1991.183-1422 A real photographic postcard of a Petroleum Butadiene Plant in Port Neches. Caption text: "World's Largest Petroleum Butadiene Plant- Port Neches- Near Port Arthur- Orange, Texas."
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-1423 A photograph of a roofing factory operated by Texaco in Port Neches, taken from a distance, about 1909
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 10/31/1909 by Dallas post office.]
1991.183-1467 A real photographic postcard of a Petroleum Butadiene Plant in Port Neches. Caption text: "World's Largest Petroleum Butadiene Plant, Port Neches near Port Arthur and Orange, Texas," about 1938-1969
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Note on center of verso: "Shinicolor."]
Sabine Pass, Texas
Box Postcard
1991.183-3 1991.183-1424 A cartoon illustration of an automobile stuck behind a horse and wagon. Caption text: "We couldn't make any time coming to Sabine," about 1916
[Postcard dated 1/17/1916 by correspondent.]
1991.183-1425 A small photograph of the Union Sulphur Co. plant in Sabine mounted on a postcard. The photograph is framed in an illustration of crossed US flags and a bald eagle, about 1907-1914
[photograph]
1991.183-1426 A color-added photograph of a line of three school houses in Sabine Pass. The front and right side facades of two of the school houses are visible. Groups of teachers and schoolchildren are visible from a distance, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-1427 A color-added photograph of Sabine High School in Sabine, about 1915-1930
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-1428 A real photographic postcard of the Windsor Hotel in Sabine. Two facades of the building are visible, about 1915
[real photo postcard]
[Postcard stamped 1/29/1915 by Sabine post office.]
1991.183-1429 A real photographic postcard of the Windsor Hotel in Sabine. Two facades of the building are visible, about 1907
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 12/27/1907 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-1430 A photograph of a Sabine Pass dwelling identified as the residence of Captain A. Alson, taken from a distance, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-1431 A color-added photograph of a Sabine Pass dwelling identified as the residence of Captain Alfred Olsen. Two facades of the building are visible, about 1909
[photomechanical print]
[Two copies: 1991.183-1431A and 1991.183-1431B. 1991.183-1431B dated 2/23/1909 by correspondent. 1991.183-1431A stamped 2/15/1909 by Lake Charles, La. post office.]
1991.183-1433 A real photographic postcard of a large commercial building in Sabine occupied by J.R. Adams and Co., Ship Chandlers. The front and left side facades of the building are visible, about 1904-1918
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-1434 A real photographic postcard of the Light House at Sabine Pass. A man is standing at the base, about 1907-1914
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-1435 A color-added photograph of the Light House at Sabine Pass, taken from a distance along a wooden walkway, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-1436 A color-added photograph of Magnolia Petroleum Company's Station No. 3 in Sabine, taken from a distance, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-1437 A blue-ink photograph of a jetty under construction off of Sabine. Two barges and a small boat are visible in the left background, about 1907
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped twice: 10/4/1907 by Sabine post office, and 10/8/1908 by La Grange, Me. post office.]
1991.183-1438 A real photographic postcard of a portion of the coast near Sabine. A lighthouse and a cargo ship are visible in the center background, about 1918-1930
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-1439 A color-added photograph of a sailing cargo ship docked at Sabine Pass. Several strings of lumber float in the water in the foreground, about 1909
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 2/28/1909 by Sabine Pass post office.]
1991.183-1440 A real photographic postcard of a tanker, the S.S. City of Everett, discharging oil while docked at Sabine, about 1913
[real photo postcard]
[Postcard stamped 7/12/1913 by Sabine post office.]
1991.183-1441 A color-added photograph of a cargo ship, the S.S. Freida, docked in Sabine, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-1442 A color-added photograph of a cargo ship, the S.S. Freida, docked in Sabine. The perspective is close to the ship, near the front, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-1443 A real photographic postcard of a dock in Sabine. A tugboat is visible in the right background. Caption text: "Hansons[?] Sons Steel Industry. Sabine, Tex.," about 1916
[real photo postcard]
[Postcard stamped 1916 by Sabine Pass post office.]
1991.183-1444 A photograph of a cargo ship docked in Sabine. Caption text: "Loading Timber, Sabine, Texas," about 1901-1907
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-1445 A real photographic postcard of the Sabine dock operated by the Union Sulphur Company. Visible in the background are two piles of sulfur, an industrial building, a conveyor belt for cargo loading, and a docked cargo ship, about 1914
[real photo postcard]
[Postcard stamped 8/9/1914 by Sabine post office.]
1991.183-1446 A real photographic postcard of a cargo ship loading sulfur from a conveyor belt at the Sabine docks operated by the Union Sulfur Company
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-1447 A real photographic postcard of the sulfur plant operated by the Union Sulphur Company in Sabine, about 1912
[real photo postcard]
[Postcard stamped 6/3/1912 by Port Arthur post office.]
1991.183-1448 A real photographic postcard of a dead, beached whale. Two men stand near the whale's mouth. Caption text: "90 Ft Whale Captured at Sabine Tex," about 1904-1918
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-1449 A real photographic postcard of a dead, beached whale, surrounded by a net fence. Caption text: "Wright Female Whale 58 feet long. Captured near Sabine Pass, Texas, Nov-30-1924," 1924
[real photo postcard]
[Postcard stamped 12/11/1924 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-1450 A color-added photograph of a dead, beached whale on a wooden pallet. The perspective is from the whale's tail. A group of onlookers is visible in the right background, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
Saratoga, Texas
Box Postcard
1991.183-3 1991.183-1356 A photograph of Main Street in Saratoga. The street is unpaved. A wagon and a horse are visible in the foreground, about 1908
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard dated 9/10/1908 by correspondent. Postcard stamped 9/10/1908 by Saratoga post office.]
1991.183-1357 A photograph of a commercial street in Saratoga. The street is unpaved, about 1907
[real photo postcard]
[Postcard dated 5/15/1907 by correspondent.]
1991.183-1358 A color-added photograph of the Rio Bravo Pump Station in Saratoga, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-1359 A real photographic postcard of James Moses of Saratoga. Moses is posed on top of a horse, about 1918-1930
[real photo postcard]
Silsbee, Texas
Box Postcard
1991.183-3 1991.183-1361 A color-added photograph of a landscape of a grassy area surrounded by trees and flowers. Caption text: "Greetings from Silsbee, Texas," about 1937
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 7/27/1937 by Silsbee post office.]
1991.183-1362 A color-added photograph of the slab pit and log pond at Kirby Mill in Silsbee. The slab pit is visible behind the pond in the center background, about 1911
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 9/9/1911 by Silsbee post office.]
1991.183-1363 A photograph of a line of freight cars transporting logs, which was harvested by the Kirby Lumber Corporation of Silsbee. The Corporation's lumber mill is visible in the background, 1957
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Short informational note on verso. Note on center of verso: "Natural Color Reproduction- Curteichcolor R Art-Creation."]
1991.183-1364 A real photographic postcard of several men, women, and children posing in front of a stand of large trees. Note on verso: "Old Town, Silsbee Texas 1910," 1910
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-1365 A real photographic postcard of a two-story house. Two facades of the building are visible. The building is partially obscured by a tree and a picket fence in the foreground, about 1916
[real photo postcard]
[Postcard stamped 2/25/1916 by Silsbee post office.]
1991.183-1366 A real photographic postcard of the Beaumont station of the Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railroad. Two facades of the building are visible, 1977
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-1367 A real photographic postcard of a Presbyterian Church in Silsbee. The front and right side facades of the building are visible
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-1368 A real photographic postcard of the Silsbee State Bank. The front and left side façades of the building are visible. A man is standing in the doorway. Note on verso: "Mr. Collier 1907-1909," about 1904-1918
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-1369 A real photographic postcard of Kirby Lumber Corporation mill in Silsbee. Two cranes are loading lumber onto a truck and a freight car, about 1940s-1960s
[real photo postcard]
Sour Lake, Texas
Box Postcard
1991.183-3 1991.183-1370 A color-added photograph of a line of oxen being driven through a forest by several drovers. Caption text: "Before the Railroad came to Sour Lake, Texas," about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in Germany. Note on upper left of verso: "Leipzig Berlin Dresden Litho-Chrome Trade Mark Germany."]
1991.183-1371 A photograph of Post Office Street in Sour Lake, about 1914
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 4/22/1914 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-1372 A photograph of a street scene in Sour Lake. Photograph is printed on sepia stock, about 1915-1930
[photomechanical print]
[Two copies: 1991.183-1372A and 1991.183-1372B. Note on center of verso: "C.T. Sepia." 1991.183-1372B stamped 9/30/1916 by post office.]
1991.183-1374 Two photographs of street scenes in Sour Lake: the Electric Addition residential area, and the Post Office Street commercial area, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-1375 A color-added photograph of First Methodist Church in Sour Lake. The front and left side facades of the building are visible, about 1915-1930
[photomechanical print]
[Note on center of verso: "C.T. American Art."]
1991.183-1376 A color-added photograph of a Methodist Church in Sour Lake. Two facades of the building are visible, about 1915-1930
[photomechanical print]
[Note on center of verso: "C.T. Handcolored."]
1991.183-1377 A real photographic postcard of a Baptist Church in Sour Lake. Two facades of the building are visible, about 1912
[real photo postcard]
[Postcard stamped 6/6/1912 by Sour Lake post office.]
1991.183-1378 Two photographs of notable buildings in Sour Lake: the Methodist Church, and the Sour Springs Hotel. Two facades of each building are visible, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-1379 A color-added photograph of a hunting party preparing at Springs Stable in Sour Lake. A number of men holding leashed dogs and on horseback are visible. Elements of the photograph have been enhanced via illustration, about 1908
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard dated 1/28/1908 by correspondent.]
1991.183-1380 A photograph of the Sour Springs Bath House in Sour Lake, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-1381 A color-added photograph of a High School in Sour Lake. The front and right side facades of the building are visible, about 1915-1930
[photomechanical print]
[Note on center of verso: "Sky-Tint."]
1991.183-1382 A color-added photograph of a public school in Sour Lake. The front and left side facades of the building are visible, about 1914
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 4/22/1914 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-1383 A color-added photograph of a public school in Sour Lake. The front and right side facades of the building are visible, about 1917
[photomechanical print]
[Two copies: 1991.183-1383A and 1991.183-1383B. 1991.183-1383B stamped 12/21/1917 by Sour Lake post office. Note on center of verso: "C.T. Handcolored."]
1991.183-1384 A photograph of Springs Hotel in Sour Lake, about 1909
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in Germany. Postcard stamped 1/2/1909 by Sour Lake post office.]
1991.183-1385 A color-added photograph of the Beaumont station of the Texas & New Orleans Railroad (a part of the Southern Pacific Railroad). Two facades of the building are visible, about 1909
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 7/29/1914 by Sour Lake post office.]
1991.183-1386 A color-added photograph of a wooden footbridge across Sour Lake. Seven men are posed standing on the bridge. Caption text: "Rustic Bridge Across Sour Lake, Sour Lake, Tex," about 1908
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 1/24/1908 by Sour Lake post office.]
1991.183-1387 A class portrait of a school in Sour Lake, taken outside a large wooden building. The participants are of varying ages, about 1909
[real photo postcard]
[Postcard stamped 3/31/1909 by Sour Lake post office.]
1991.183-1388 A group portrait of the Girls' Basketball Team for Sour Lake High School. The players are dressed in basketball uniforms, 1928
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-1389 A color-added photograph of the Sour Lake Springs Hotel in Sour Lake, about 1908
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 2/5/1908 by post office.]
1991.183-1390 A real photographic postcard of the smoking wreckage of the Sour Springs Hotel, immediately after a fire, about 1909
[real photo postcard]
[Postcard dated 8/1/1909 by correspondent. Postcard stamped 8/3/1909 by Sour Lake post office.]
1991.183-1391 A real photographic postcard of the construction site of an oil pipeline near Sour Lake, for use in the East Texas oil fields, about 1900s-1920s
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-1392 A real photographic postcard of an oil field. Nine men who appear to be workers stand posed. Caption text: "Oil and Gas From Meehan-Haynie-Wofford Sour Lake Tex. Gusher," about 1900s-1920s
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-1393 A series of two photographs featuring notable industrial concerns in Sour Lake: the TandF Saw Mills, and an oil field, about 1915-1930
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-1394 A real photographic postcard of the Mehan and Haynie oil gusher in Sour Lake, April 5, 1909
[real photo postcard]
[Postcard stamped 4/17/1909 by Beaumont post office.]
1991.183-1395 A real photographic postcard of an oil field in Sour Lake. A number of oil wells are visible, about 1909
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-1396 A photograph of a railroad train towing oil tanker cars out of Sour Lake. The city of Sour Lake is visible in the left and center background, about 1915-1930
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-1397 A color-added photograph of an oil field in Sour Lake. A number of oil wells are visible. The perspective is from a distance, about 1915-1930
[photomechanical print]
[Note on center of verso: "Sky-Tint."]
1991.183-1398 A color-added photograph of an oil field in Sour Lake. A number of oil wells are visible, about 1915-1930
[photomechanical print]
[Note on center of verso: "Sky-Tint."]
1991.183-1399 A real photographic postcard of a station belonging to the Sun Co. in Sour Lake. Several buildings are visible. A body of water is visible in the right foreground, about 1909
[real photo postcard]
[Postcard stamped 5/18/1909 by Sour Lake post office.]
1991.183-1400 A real photographic postcard of a station belonging to the Gulf Pipe Line Co. in Sour Lake. Two buildings are visible from a distance, about 1927-1940
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-1401 A real photographic postcard of the engine room of a station belonging to the Gulf Pipe Line Co. in Sour Lake. The room is filled with a line of engines, about 1927-1940
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-1402 A real photographic postcard of the boiler room of a station belonging to the Gulf Pipe Line Co. in Sour Lake. The room is filled with a line of boilers, about 1927-1940
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-1403 A photograph of the Sour Lake Oil Field looking north. The photograph is taken from an elevated perspective, about 1917
[photomechanical print]
[Note on center of recto: "C.T. Sepia." Postcard stamped 1917 by post office.]
1991.183-1404 A photograph of an oil field scene in Sour Lake. A man stands next to a team of horses in the center background, about 1920
[photomechanical print]
[Note on center of recto: "C.T. Sepia." Postcard stamped 9/21/1920 by Sour Lake post office.]
1991.183-1405 A real photographic postcard of a station belonging to the Gulf Pipe Line Co. in Sour Lake. Two large industrial buildings are visible from a distance, about 1927-1940
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-1406 A color-added photograph of a waste oil fire in Sour Lake. A number of men are standing around a wide plume of black smoke, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
[Printed in Germany. Note on upper left of verso: "Leipzig Berlin Dresden Litho-Chrome Trade Mark Germany."]
1991.183-1407 A color-added photograph of an oil field in Sour Lake. The wells are visible on the left background. A large tree is visible in the center foreground, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-1408 A color-added photograph of an oil field in Sour Lake, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-1409 A color-added photograph of an oil field in Sour Lake, taken from a distance, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
[Note on center of verso: "Sky-Tint."]
1991.183-1410 A series of two photographs featuring oil scenes in Sour Lake: a gusher, and a 55,000 BBL. storage tank on fire on June 18, 1909. Elements of the gusher photograph have been enhanced by illustration, about 1909
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-1411 An illustration of an oil field in Sour Lake, about 1908
[photomechanical print]
1991.183-1412 A photograph of a lumber mill in Sour Lake. The mill buildings are visible in the background. Several rows of lumber piles are visible in the foreground, about 1907-1914
[photomechanical print]
Stowell, Texas
Box Postcard
1991.183-3 1991.183-1351 A real photographic postcard of two rice-threshing machines working in a field in Stowell. Several rice workers are visible around the machines, about 1904-1920s
[real photo postcard]
Trinity, Texas
Box Postcard
1991.183-3 1991.183-1468 A real photographic postcard of a Presbyterian church in Trinity. Two facades of the building are visible, about 1913
[real photo postcard]
[Postcard stamped 10/15/1913 by Trinity post office.]
Vidor, Texas
Box Postcard
1991.183-3 1991.183-1469 A color-added photograph of Rock-Wood Trading Post in Vidor. A number of mounted animal heads adorn the front façade of the building, 1949
[linen postcard, photomechanical print]
[Short informational note on verso. Note on center of verso: "C.T. Art-Colortone."]
Woodville, Texas
Box Postcard
1991.183-3 1991.183-1414 A real photographic postcard of the Tyler County Courthouse in Woodville. The building is partially obscured by two large trees in the foreground, about 1930s-1940s
[real photo postcard]
Texas, East
Box Postcard
1991.183-3 1991.183-1462 A portrait of Lance Rosier, whom an informational note on the verso identifies as a "noted naturalist, guide, and authority on the Big Thicket of East Texas", about 1950s-1960s
[photochrome (offset lithography)]
[Lancelot Rosier was partially responsible for the foundation of the Big Thicket Natural Preserve in East Texas. Born in the area, Rosier was a self-taught naturalist, tour guide, and guide for surveyors. Rosier was instrumental in the formation of the Fir]
1991.183-1465 A real photographic postcard of a busy rural road in East Texas. A number of automobiles and horse-drawn wagons are visible traveling in both directions. Caption text: "Dam! The Narrow Bridges in East Texas 123," about 1920s-1930s
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-1473 A real photographic postcard of a team of yoked mules pulling a tanker wagon down a rural road. Caption text: "Mule Team in East Texas Oil Fields," about 1931
[real photo postcard]
[Postcard stamped 5/24/1931 by Longview, Tex. post office.]
Texas, Gulf Coast
Box Postcard
1991.183-3 1991.183-1463 A real photographic postcard of a beach on the coast of the Gulf of Mexico. A line of beach houses is visible in the right background, about 1927-1940
[real photo postcard]
1991.183-1472 An advertising postcard issued by the Provident Land Co. promoting land sales in Southeast Texas. The postcard features a photograph of a church in the Gulf Coast area of Texas. The building is partially obscured by a stand of trees in the foreground. Cap, about 1910
[advertising postcard]
[Short informational note on verso.]
Texas
Box Postcard
1991.183-2 1991.183-892 A composite photograph of large and small buildings, with the text: "A few Prominent Buildings in Texas Covered with Texaco Roofing," about 1909
[composite photograph, photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 11/5/1909 by Calvert post office.]
Box Postcard
1991.183-3 1991.183-1455 A bust portrait photograph of a young woman. The photograph only takes up the right quarter of the recto, about 1906
[photomechanical print]
[Postcard stamped 5/1/1906 by Nacogdoches post office.]
1991.183-1456 A real photographic postcard of a man standing behind a painted board featuring a donkey pulling a cart. The height of the board is to the man's waist, about 1906
[real photo postcard]
[Postcard stamped 6/6/1906 by San Antonio post office.]
1991.183-1460 A real photographic postcard of a group portrait of a brass band. The band is standing in a forested area, about 1906
[real photo postcard]
[Postcard dated 4/7/1906 by correspondent. Postcard stamped twice: 4/7/1906 by Lufkin post office, and 4/8/1906 by Kountze, Tex. post office.]
1991.183-1470 An advertising postcard issued by the Provident Land Co. promoting land sales in Southeast Texas. The postcard features an illustration of two men and two women standing on a rustic wooden bridge, about 1910
[advertising postcard, photomechanical print]
[Short informational note on verso. Postcard stamped 1/17/1910 by Kansas City, Mo. post office.]
1991.183-1471 An advertising postcard issued by the Provident Land Co. promoting land sales in Southeast Texas. The postcard features a photograph of a field of Irish Potatoes on a demonstration farm, presumably in Southeast Texas, about 1910
[advertising postcard]
[Short informational note on verso. Postcard stamped 1/18/1910 by Kansas City, Mo. post office.]
Avonmouth, England
Box Postcard
1991.183-2 1991.183-977 A photograph of the oil carrying vessel Texas in harbor in Avonmouth, England. The vessel is owned by the Texas Company (later known as Texaco). The caption text is an informational note about the ship, plus the caption "Texas State Fair at Dallas, 1908," about 1908
[photomechanical print]

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