Texas History Postcard Database Project

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Heritage House Museum
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Photographic postcard picturing an oil gusher at an Orange oil field.




Heritage House Museum
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Photo postcard picturing the high school in Orange, Texas. There are palm trees in the foreground.




Heritage House Museum
Date:unknown
Color photo postcard picturing the world's most famous ferry named the, "John F. Kennedy" The ferry is a Staten Island Ferry that was built in Orange, Texas at Levingston Shipyard.




Heritage House Museum
Date:unknown
Color postcard with photograph of the Levingston Shipyards in Orange, Texas. This was on Levingston Island near the Orange river front.




Heritage House Museum
Date:unknown
Photo postcard picturing a little blonde girl standing on a chair.




Heritage House Museum
Date:1945~
Postcard depicting the main business district in Orange, Texas in the 1940s.




Heritage House Museum
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Photo postcard picturing a crew of men working to gather timber in Fields, Louisiana. The card has "McBride's Crew" written on the front.




Heritage House Museum
Date:unknown
Photographic postcard depicting two unknown men in sports attire.




Heritage House Museum
Date:1920
Photographic postcard picturing oil flowing out of a well. Written on the card, "Giant Humble well yields 428,000 bbls [barrels] oil in 42 days. Humble Well, Orange, Texas 3=788=731212" The oil flows from a pipe into a trough.




Heritage House Museum
Date:unknown
Color postcard depicting the Orange County Court House in Orange, Texas. Automobiles are in the street outside the building and pedestrians are on the sidewalks.




Heritage House Museum
Date:unknown
Photo postcard picturing Orange High School. Students stand outside the three-story brick building. Palm trees are in the foreground.




Heritage House Museum
Date:unknown
Color postcard picturing the original Orange High School in Orange, Texas. There are many students standing out side of the entrance while some ride away on bicycles. A picket fence surrounds the school grounds. Correspondence on the back of the card reads, "Would be pleased to have a card from you Yours." It is addressed to Frank Brimmer, Greenfield, Mass., 15 Allen St. The postmark reads Orange, Tex. on Oct 27, 1909. There is a stamp in the back reading, "S.M. Depwe, Jr., Mailing Clerk. Oct 27, 3 PM, Post Office Orange, - Texas."




Heritage House Museum
Date:unknown
Color postcard depicting the old Orange High School. It is a three-story building with steps leading to the doors all around the building. There is a flagpole on top of the roof. Correspondence on the back reads, "May 16/15, This 50 miles from Port Arthur. we came in less than 3 hours with Harvey's car I will tell you all about when I write. A.D. G." It is addressed to Miss Grace E. Cobb, 218 N 3rd St., Olean, NY. It is postmarked Orange, Texas on May 16, 1915.




Heritage House Museum
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Color postcard of Orange High School in Orange, Texas. It is a three-story brick building with a flag hanging above the front door. Palm trees are planted on the grounds in front of the building.




Heritage House Museum
Date:unknown
Postcard depicting the Orange National Bank in Orange, Texas. The building is two stories high and has four Corinthian columns across the front.




Heritage House Museum
Date:unknown
Photograph of a freighter on the Sabine River in Orange, Texas. The photo is taken from the river's edge where two docks and a large tree draped with Spanish moss are visible.




Heritage House Museum
Date:unknown
Photograph of the bridge crossing the Sabine River between Texas and Louisiana in Orange, Texas. It is a truss bridge. In the foreground a cypress tree stands draped in Spanish moss.




Heritage House Museum
Date:unknown
Postcard of a bayou in Orange, Texas. There are Cypress trees growing in the water. A bridge crosses the bayou in the background.




Heritage House Museum
Date:unknown
Color postcard depicting the Physeter Macrocephalus Sperm Whale beached near Beaumont, Texas. The description on the back of the postcard reads, "This Physeter Macrocephalus Sperm Whale was caught in the Gulf of Mexico 35 miles from Beaumont Texas. His dimensions are: Length 63 feet 6 inches.; Width if tail 16 feet 7 inches; Circumference of snout at end 31 feet; Circumference at back of eyes 37 feet; Length of lower jaw 10 feet 10 inches." Correspondence on the card reads, "Hello! mama, Roll-over is it finest place you ever saw. We went bathing as soon as we got here. Tell Charlie hello for me/ Blanche" It is addressed to Mrs. W.E. Reynolds, 1345 Magnolia Ave., Beaumont, Texas and is postmarked Caplan, Texas on July 3, 1921.




Heritage House Museum
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Color postcard depicting the Pinehurst Stables in Orange, Texas. They are owned by E.W. Brown, Jr. The large stables are surrounded by tall trees with Spanish moss hanging from their branches.




Heritage House Museum
Date:unknown
Color postcard picturing the Pines Motel and Pitt Grill in Orange, Texas. Automobiles are parked out front and the swimming pool is visible. Printed on the back of the card, "The Pines Motel, Orange, Texas, On U.S. 90 W. Swimming Pool - Coffee Shop - TV In Rooms. 24-Hr. Switchboard - Phone TU 3-9356."




Heritage House Museum
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Postcard of a street corner after a flood. There are children playing in the water as women watch from the stairs of a nearby house. Handwritten on the back of the postcard is, "Facing south on ninth at Green Ave. Keppler house on the right."




Heritage House Museum
Date:unknown
Photographic postcard picturing a view of Green Avenue in Orange, Texas around 1910.




Heritage House Museum
Date:unknown
Postcard of the South's tallest highway bridge built across the Neches River between Port Author and Orange, Texas. Many miles of timber lands are visible while crossing this astounding piece of engineering structure, 230 feet high, 5.7 miles long, and costing $2,750,000.




Heritage House Museum
Date:unknown
Postcard of the river front in Orange, Texas. Businesses line the shore and boats are moored along docks.




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