Making Drawn Work, Brownsville, Texas
Title:
Making Drawn Work, Brownsville, Texas
Brownsville Texas (TX), Divided Back unused


Bel-Air Court
Title:
Bel-Air Court
Brownsville Texas (TX), Chrome PM 1961 Dec-7

Description:
Koppel Color Cards



El Jardin Hotel, "Visit Brownsville, the Land of Manana"
Title:
El Jardin Hotel, "Visit Brownsville, the Land of Manana"
Brownsville Texas (TX), Linen unused

Description:
The finest hotel in the Rio Grande Valley. In historic Brownsville, Texas, it's El Jardin Hotel. An ideal climate the year around.


Bel-Air Court
Title:
Bel-Air Court
Brownsville Texas (TX), Chrome

Description:
Dexter Press, Inc.



TraveLodge
Title:
TraveLodge
Brownsville Texas (TX), Chrome unused

Description:
Air Conditioned - Television - Heated Pool - Home of the El Matador Dining Room and the exciting Outrigger Club. U.S. Highways 77 & 83 (Business Route) - 24 Hour Airport courtesy car service.


First National Bank Building
Title:
First National Bank Building
Brownsville Texas (TX), Chrome unused

Description:
The new six-story First National Bank Building, containing 1,000,000 cubic feet of space, on Levee between 8th and 9th Streets, Brownsville, Texas. Exterior constructed of Georgia White Marble and Minnesota Granite and interior of walnut paneling. Exterior and interior colors blend with flowers and shrubs native to the area. Every modern banking convenience and facility.



International Bridge
Title:
International Bridge
Brownsville Texas (TX), Chrome PM 1954 Mar-19

Description:
Between Brownsville, TX, USA and Matamoros, Mexico.


Port Brownsville - Water View
Title:
Port Brownsville - Water View
Brownsville Texas (TX), Linen unused

Description:
Curteich



Crooked Tree Campground
Title:
Crooked Tree Campground
Brownsville Texas (TX), Chrome PM 1982 Mar-16

Description:
"Lower Rio Grande Valley's most exciting recreational vehicle resort" Texas' first RecV resort. Complete utility hook-ups, large landscaped lots, patios, macadam streets and recreation building. Heated pool - Jacuzzi bath - Saunas - Private lake with fishing. Highway 802 W. 1200 feet from Expressway 83/77


International Bridge crossing Rio Grande
Title:
International Bridge crossing Rio Grande
Brownsville Texas (TX), White Border unused

Description:
Between Brownsville TX and Matamoros, Mexico



Holiday Inn of Brownsville
Title:
Holiday Inn of Brownsville
Brownsville Texas (TX), Chrome unused

Description:
US 77 & 83 - 2705 Central Blvd. Air conditioned; swimming pool; restaurant; free teletype reservation service


U. S. Custom House and Gateway Bridge, Looking Towards Mexico
Title:
U. S. Custom House and Gateway Bridge, Looking Towards Mexico
Brownsville Texas (TX), Linen PM 1944 Aug-28



U. S. Custom House and Gateway Bridge, Looking Towards Mexico
Title:
U. S. Custom House and Gateway Bridge, Looking Towards Mexico
Brownsville Texas (TX), Linen unused


Port Brownsville
Title:
Port Brownsville
Brownsville Texas (TX), Linen unused



Ft. Brown Memorial Center
Title:
Ft. Brown Memorial Center
Brownsville Texas (TX), Linen unused

Description:
Many a Cavalry trooper has paraded the grounds where now is located the Fort Brown Memorial Center, recently given top honors in an award from the National Association of Architects. The main Auditorium seats 2,500 people. And for other fun-in-the-sun recreation the Center provides swimming pool, tennis Courts, Shuffleboard Courts and Patios


Rose Mary Courts
Title:
Rose Mary Courts
Brownsville Texas (TX), Linen PM 1941 Mar-28

Description:
50 modern two and three room cottages on U.S. Highway 83 only a short distance from the Rio Grande River, from picturesque old Mexico. ample playgrounds for young and old



Holiday Inn
Title:
Holiday Inn
Brownsville Texas (TX), Chrome unused

Description:
3135 North Expressway. Air-conditioned, restaurant, swimming pool, free TV


Port Brownsville
Title:
Port Brownsville
Brownsville Texas (TX), Chrome unused

Description:
This aerial view shows the rapidly expanding facility with its direct access to the Gulf of Mexico via the Intercoastal Canal. A variety of large industrial firms have developed in the area and use the Port facilities. Hence port tonnage has increased dramatically over the past several years



Cameron County Court House
Title:
Cameron County Court House
Brownsville Texas (TX), Chrome PM Mar-4


Crooked Tree Campground
Title:
Crooked Tree Campground
Brownsville Texas (TX), Chrome PM 1983

Description:
Texas' first RecV resort. Complete utility hookups, large landscaped lots, patios, macadam streets and recreation building. Heated pool - jacuzzi bath - saunas - private lake with fishing. Highway 802 W. 1200 feet from Expressway 83/77



Flamingo Motel
Title:
Flamingo Motel
Brownsville Texas (TX), Chrome unused

Description:
On Highway 77 and 83; 1741 Central Blvd.; Phone LI 6-2478. With 29 spacious, air conditioned units; vented and electric heat, tiled shower baths, room phones; some with kitchenettes; free TV; some with connecting rooms; baby bed; swimming pool; fine restaurants nearby; only a ten minute drive to romantic Old Mexico Dexter Press Inc


Port Brownsville
Title:
Port Brownsville
Brownsville Texas (TX), Linen PM 1948 Mar-20



High School
Title:
High School
Brownsville Texas (TX), Real Photo unused


The Rio Grande Valley, International Airport
Title:
The Rio Grande Valley, International Airport
Brownsville Texas (TX), Linen unused

Description:
America's best grapefruit and oranges grow in Texas Valley--gateway to Mexico



The International Bridge
Title:
The International Bridge
Brownsville Texas (TX), Chrome PM 1953 Feb-1

Description:
DB-140- joing Brownsville, Texas with Matamoras, Mexico across the historical Rio Grande. In the background is old Fort Brown established by General Zachary Taylor in 1846. Center buildings are the Brownsville Navigation District and the Brownsville Chamber of Commerce offices. Ektachrome by Don Bartels


The Gateway Bridge
Title:
The Gateway Bridge
Brownsville Texas (TX), Chrome PM 1965 Dec-28

Description:
Joining Brownsville, Texas, with Matamoros, Mexico, across the historical Rio Grande. In the background is the new Mexican Customs Building, one of the most modern in Mexico



Jacob Brown Auditorium, Fort Brown
Title:
Jacob Brown Auditorium, Fort Brown
Brownsville Texas (TX), Chrome PM 1961 May-24

Description:
Headquarters for the BPA convention in Brownsville, June 18-20, is the Jacob Brown Auditorium in historic Fort Brown. When meeting on these grounds, used in the last battle of the Civil War, with Mexico and Padre Island only minutes away, you're right in the middle of Fiesta Fun for Sixty One


First Methodist Church
Title:
First Methodist Church
Brownsville Texas (TX), Chrome PM 1958 May-22

Description:
First Methodist Church located at 10th and Washington in downtown Brownsville, Texas



The beautiful new six-story First National Bank
Title:
The beautiful new six-story First National Bank
Brownsville Texas (TX), Chrome PM 1961 Nov-5


Main Auditorium, Civic Center
Title:
Main Auditorium, Civic Center
Brownsville Texas (TX), Chrome

Description:
Since the abandonment of old Fort Brown, Brownsville has utilized the former parade grounds on which to build a most modern Civic Center complete with library, swimming pool, sunken gardens and an auditorium for large conventions



Port Brownsville
Title:
Port Brownsville
Brownsville Texas (TX), Linen unused


High School Building
Title:
High School Building
Brownsville Texas (TX), White Border PM 1929 Nov-26



Oldest Residence Of Brownsville
Title:
Oldest Residence Of Brownsville
Brownsville Texas (TX), Chrome unused

Description:
Oldest Residence of Brownsville, Texas, built in 1834 by Wm. A. Neale. The Neale family donated the hose to the Brownsville Art League and it has been relocated in old Fort Brown.


Honeydale Mobilehome Park, 505 Honeydale Road
Title:
Honeydale Mobilehome Park, 505 Honeydale Road
Brownsville Texas (TX), Chrome unused

Description:
178 Spaces - All Paved Street - Recreation Center - shuffleboards - Laundramat - Gateway to Old Mexico - Gulf, Bay and Fresh Water Fishing - Excellent Golf Facilities - Convenient to shopping and downtown.



One Of Brownsville's Many Fine Homes
Title:
One Of Brownsville's Many Fine Homes
Brownsville Texas (TX), Chrome unused

Description:
One of Brownsville's many fine homes surrounded by beautiful dark green Ebony trees. Tropical climate makes for easy, beautiful and colorful landscaping. Ebony trees grow in no other place in the U. S. except South Texas.


Swimming Pool, Highway 77
Title:
Swimming Pool, Highway 77
Brownsville Texas (TX), Chrome unused

Description:
Swimming Pool, El Rancho Grande Motel. Highway 77, Brownsville, Texas. El Rancho Grande motel is undoubtedly the finest of motels found anywhere and is located within a few blocks of downtown Brownsville and the International Bridge leading into Mexico.



Downtown Levee Street
Title:
Downtown Levee Street
Brownsville Texas (TX), Chrome unused

Description:
Showing the Missouri Pacific railway station and the El Jardin Hotel. Being a winter resort area the city is amply served by excellent hotel and tourist court accommodations


Church Of The Immaculate Conception
Title:
Church Of The Immaculate Conception
Brownsville Texas (TX), Chrome unused



The International Bridge
Title:
The International Bridge
Brownsville Texas (TX), Chrome unused

Description:
The International Bridge, joining Brownsville, Texas with Matamoras, Mexico across the historical Rio Grande. In the background is old Fort Brown established by General Zachary Taylor in 1846. Center buildings are the Brownsville Navigation District and the Brownsville Chamber of Commerce offices.


Texas Southmost College
Title:
Texas Southmost College
Brownsville Texas (TX), Chrome unused

Description:
The administration building of Texas southmost college, Brownsville, Texas located at the site of the original Fort Brown offers some of the finest educational facilities available.



The Town House, 725 W. Elizabeth
Title:
The Town House, 725 W. Elizabeth
Brownsville Texas (TX), Chrome unused

Description:
Sea foods and steaks at their best. Brownsville Texas, plays host to nay conventions because of its excellent facilities. The Civic Memorial Center auditorium plus the many fine hotel and mote accommodations and the excellent eating places, such as the Townhouse, make Brownsville one of the leading convention cities of South Texas.


Greetings From Brownsville
Title:
Greetings From Brownsville
Brownsville Texas (TX), Chrome unused

Description:
Brownsville, Texas, in the Lower Rio Grande Valley is a favorite resort spot for winter and summer tourists. With Matamoros just across the international Bridge and only a few minutes drive to the finest beaches on the Gulf Cost, Brownsville is the city for fun-loving vacationers.



Texas Southmost College
Title:
Texas Southmost College
Brownsville Texas (TX), Chrome unused

Description:
The administration building of Texas southmost college, Brownsville, Texas located at the site of the original Fort Brown offers some of the finest educational facilities available.


Greetings From Brownsville
Title:
Greetings From Brownsville
Brownsville Texas (TX), Linen unused



La Parada Motel
Title:
La Parada Motel
Brownsville Texas (TX), Linen PM 1953


U. S. Custom House And Gateway Bridge
Title:
U. S. Custom House And Gateway Bridge
Brownsville Texas (TX), Linen unused

Description:
Looking towards Mexico



The International Bridge
Title:
The International Bridge
Brownsville Texas (TX), Chrome unused

Description:
The International Bridge, joining Brownsville, Texas, with Matamoras, Mexico, across the historical Rio Grande. Because of Falcon Dam upstream water is now controlled in the river at this point to assure ample water supply and flood prevention.


Home of Mr. & Mrs. W. R. Simpson
Title:
Home of Mr. & Mrs. W. R. Simpson
Brownsville Texas (TX), Chrome PM 1954 Apr-15

Description:
Media Luna Square - Route 2, Res. 24



Charcoal Peddler
Title:
Charcoal Peddler
Brownsville Texas (TX), Divided Back


Mexican Ranch
Title:
Mexican Ranch
Brownsville Texas (TX), Divided Back



Ralph Sanders and Jerry Left Brownsville May 12, 1930
Title:
Ralph Sanders and Jerry Left Brownsville May 12, 1930
Brownsville Texas (TX), Real Photo unused

Description:
From the Lower Rio Grande Valley to New York City


Missouri Pacific Rail Road Station
Title:
Missouri Pacific Rail Road Station
Brownsville Texas (TX), Real Photo PM 1950 Jan-18



Port Brownsville
Title:
Port Brownsville
Brownsville Texas (TX), Linen unused


Post Office and Custom House
Title:
Post Office and Custom House
Brownsville Texas (TX), White Border unused



Aerial View of Charro Courts
Title:
Aerial View of Charro Courts
Brownsville Texas (TX), Linen PM 1945 Oct-29

Description:
"South Texas Finest"


E.F. Rowson & Co., Irrigated Lands
Title:
E.F. Rowson & Co., Irrigated Lands
Brownsville Texas (TX), Divided Back PM 1908 Sep-1



Aerial View
Title:
Aerial View
Brownsville Texas (TX), Chrome unused

Description:
The lower Rio Grande Valley of Texas The home of "Old Fort Brown" established in 1846 on the island that is bordered by the resaca on the top portion of this photograph. The business district is featured, along with the "Gateway" Bridge leading to Matamoros, Mexico across the Rio Grande River. The El Jardin Hotel and the Missouri Pacific Railway Station are predominate in this aerial view


View Near Country Club, 1915
Title:
View Near Country Club, 1915
Brownsville Texas (TX), Real Photo unused



Drive Way Near Country Club
Title:
Drive Way Near Country Club
Brownsville Texas (TX), Real Photo unused


US Customs and Gateway Bridge to Mexico
Title:
US Customs and Gateway Bridge to Mexico
Brownsville Texas (TX), Real Photo unused



Flags of Every Nation Loading at Port of Brownsville
Title:
Flags of Every Nation Loading at Port of Brownsville
Brownsville Texas (TX), Real Photo


International Bridge and Customs House at Brownsville, Texas
Title:
International Bridge and Customs House at Brownsville, Texas
Brownsville Texas (TX), Chrome PM 1963 Oct-11

Description:
The Customs-House and International Bridge at Brownsville, Texas on the "Tip O' Texas", in the lower Rio Grande Valley. The bridge crosses the Rio Grande River between Brownsville, Texas and Matamoras, Mexico



Dowtown Levee Street
Title:
Dowtown Levee Street
Brownsville Texas (TX), Chrome unused

Description:
Showing the Missouri Pacific Railway Station and the El Jardin Hotel, only two blocks from the International Bridge leading to Matamoras, Mexico


Fort Brown and International Bridge to Old Mexico
Title:
Fort Brown and International Bridge to Old Mexico
Brownsville Texas (TX), Linen unused

Description:
Historic old forts, battle grounds, missions and landmarks abound in the Lower Rio Grande Valley of Texas. Just across the Rio Grande is ancient charming Old Mexico, which welcomes Valley visitors. Famous wild game dinners are served in these Mexican restaurants. Just a few minutes from the lovely Texas Valley



Palm Grove
Title:
Palm Grove
Brownsville Texas (TX), Divided Back unused


High School
Title:
High School
Brownsville Texas (TX), Chrome PM 1963 Feb-28

Description:
Series 8422-B FW-226 High School located on beautiful palm Boulevard. Brownsville. Texas



Downtown Levee Street
Title:
Downtown Levee Street
Brownsville Texas (TX), Chrome unused

Description:
Series DB-164 Downtown Levee Street in Brownsville, Texas, showing the Missouri Pacific Railway station and the El Jardin Hotel.


El Jardin Hotel
Title:
El Jardin Hotel
Brownsville Texas (TX), Linen unused

Description:
Series 23113 The finest Hotel in the rio Grande Valley. In Historic Brownsville, Texas. It's el Jardin Hotel. The Finest Hotel in the Rio Grande Valley An Ideal Climate the year Around.



International Bridge, Looking Towards Mexico
Title:
International Bridge, Looking Towards Mexico
Brownsville Texas (TX), White Border unused


International Bridge, Looking Towards Mexico
Title:
International Bridge, Looking Towards Mexico
Brownsville Texas (TX), White Border PM 1929 Apr-29



A Mexican Home
Title:
A Mexican Home
Brownsville Texas (TX), Divided Back PM 1909 May-08


International Airport
Title:
International Airport
Brownsville Texas (TX), Chrome unused

Description:
International Airport, Brownsville, Texas. Airlines of two hemispheres meet here to exchange air traffic between North and South America.



Greetings From Brownsville
Title:
Greetings From Brownsville
Brownsville Texas (TX), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Established in 1846, is the largest city in the Rio Grande Valley. The Rio Grande River marks the boundary with her sister city, Matamoros, Mexico. Brownsville's port facilities have been responsible for great industrial success, but its fastest growing industry in tourism.


Brownsville
Title:
Brownsville
Brownsville Texas (TX), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Brownsville, Largest city in the Rio Grande Valley. The Rio Grande River marks the boundary with her sister city of Matamoros, Mexico, joined here by two international bridges. The retail center for Northern Mexico and South Texas, its port facilities have been responsible for great industrial success, but perhaps its fastest growing industry is tourism, a year round reality in Brownsville.



Gateway International Bridge
Title:
Gateway International Bridge
Brownsville Texas (TX), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Gateway International Bridge spans the Rio Grande at the southern tip of Texas and joins the sister cities of Matamoras, Mexico and Brownsville, Texas.


U. S. Federal Building And Post Office
Title:
U. S. Federal Building And Post Office
Brownsville Texas (TX), Linen unused

Description:
America's best grapefruit and oranges grow in Texas valley - Gateway to Mexico



Cameron Hotel, 9th and Washington Street
Title:
Cameron Hotel, 9th and Washington Street
Brownsville Texas (TX), Linen PM 1954

Description:
A small residential hotel one block from the heart of town. A good clean hotel with all modern conveniences. The manager takes special interest in treating everyone as a special friend. Two restaurants and the post office, as we say, are just "around the corner." I am sure you would enjoy a stay at the Cameron. They have small apartments as well as rooms for those who width to do their own cooking. "A small hotel as one of the guest remarked, "Where everything works."


Greetings From Brownsville
Title:
Greetings From Brownsville
Brownsville Texas (TX), Linen unused



A Three Years Old Papaya Tree
Title:
A Three Years Old Papaya Tree
Brownsville Texas (TX), Divided Back PM 1910


Aerial View Of Brownsville
Title:
Aerial View Of Brownsville
Brownsville Texas (TX), Linen unused

Description:
Texas and Matamoros, Mexico.



Old Immaculate Conception Church
Title:
Old Immaculate Conception Church
Brownsville Texas (TX), Linen unused

Description:
Historic old churches and other buildings are found in the interesting Lower Rio Grande Valley of Texas. Penitas, a Mexican village in the Valley, is the second oldest town in Texas. The Spanish padres brought the first modern civilization to the Valley in establishing these missions over 200 years ago.


U. S. Custom House And Gateway Bridge
Title:
U. S. Custom House And Gateway Bridge
Brownsville Texas (TX), Linen unused

Description:
Looking towards Mexico



Pan American Airways Terminal
Title:
Pan American Airways Terminal
Brownsville Texas (TX), Linen PM 1937


Gateway Bridge
Title:
Gateway Bridge
Brownsville Texas (TX), White Border PM 1934



Chamber Of Commerce Building
Title:
Chamber Of Commerce Building
Brownsville Texas (TX), White Border PM 1933

Description:
Old Mexico in background


Country Club
Title:
Country Club
Brownsville Texas (TX), White Border PM 1930





Total: 86 Items