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Harris County

Planting Time on a Japanese Rice Farm near Houston [1913]

Rice Thrashing near Houston

The Ship Channel at Harrisburg, near Houston

Howdy from Ellington Field [1940]

Uncaptioned, postmarked Cypress [1907]

Jensen Arcade Building, The Industrial Center, Pasadena

Bay View - Seminary, La Porte
Camp Logan, Houston

National Guard, The Making of an Army Inspection, Camp Logan

A Company Canteen, Camp Logan

Scene, Camp Logan, Houston

Bird's Eye View, Houston

Carnegie Library & First Presbyterian Church, Houston

Turning Basin - Buffalo River, Showing Ocean Going Vessels Docked and Discharging and Taking on Cargoes, Houston

U. S. Revenue Cutter "Windom" entering Turning Basin in Houston Ship Channel, Houston

Esperson Building at Night, Houston

Niels Esperson Building, Houston

Heart of Houston, Esperson, Second National Bank and Gulf Buildings, Houston

Gulf Building by Night, The South's Tallest and Finest Office Building, Houston

The Houston Carnival

Main Street Looking North, Houston

Main St. Looking North from Capitol Ave., Houston

Main Street, Houston

The Traffic Squad, Houston The only one of its kind in the state

The Sunset Hospital, the Largest and Only Fire-proof Railroad Hospital in the South, Houston

Beach's View of Main St. Viaduct, Houston

Houston Ship Channel and Foot of Main Street, Houston

Grand Central Station, Houston [1905]

Southern Pacific Lines Grand Central Station, Houston [1934]

Loading Cotton at Port Houston

Compressing and Loading Cotton, Houston

Court House, Houston

109 Hawthorne St., Houston [now a freeway on-ramp]

Scene at Heighland Park, Houston

Administration Building, Rice Institute, Houston

Aerial View Showing North Main Street Viaduct, Houston

Looking Down Montrose Blvs. from Entrance of Hermann Park, Houston

Scene at Heighland Park, Houston

Looking West on Texas Avenue, Houston

United States Post Office, Houston

The Galveston-Houston Electric Railway, Houston, at the Viaduct over the Santa Fe Tracks. This Road Runs for 36 Miles without a Curve and Scarcely a Grade, and Crosses Galveston Bay on the Longest Concrete Causeway

U S Army Parade, Houston [June 2 1911]

Municipal Airport, Houston

The Shamrock (Hotel), Houston

United States Dirigible Passing Over Houston

River Oaks Blvd. Showing Country Club in Distance, Houston

Fountain of Youth, Sleepy Hollow Court, River Oaks, Houston

Houston's Welcome to the World, Rice Hotel

Shrine of Texas, San Jacinto Battle Grounds - Steamer Entering Buffalo River, Houston

General View Hermann Park Showing Sam Houston Monument and Reflecting Pool, Houston

Houston Belt & Terminal Ry., Houston

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