Ramada Inn
Title:
Ramada Inn
Odessa Texas (TX), Chrome


Greetings from Odessa
Title:
Greetings from Odessa
Odessa Texas (TX), Linen unused



Oil Derrick at Night
Title:
Oil Derrick at Night
Odessa Texas (TX), Chrome unused


Ector County Court House
Title:
Ector County Court House
Odessa Texas (TX), Linen unused

Description:
The new Ector County Court House cost $233,000, was completed in May 1938. It is made of monolithic concrete. Located in Odessa, the county seat, a city of more than one million dollar payroll monthly, and is the largest oil equipment center in Texas. Odessa is in center of Permian Oil Basin, which is one of the largest pools in Texas. Colourpicture Publishers, Inc.



Hub City of the Vast, Rich Odessa Oil Field
Title:
Hub City of the Vast, Rich Odessa Oil Field
Odessa Texas (TX), Linen unused

Description:
Odessa, Tex. (Pop. 10,000)--fast-growing oil, cattle and tourist center midway between Ft. Worth and El Paso on T. & P. Ry and popular U.S. Highway 80.


City of Religious and Cultural Facilities
Title:
City of Religious and Cultural Facilities
Odessa Texas (TX), Linen unused

Description:
Odessa, Texas (Pop. '40, 9573) - Fast growing oil, cattle and tourist center midway between Ft. Worth and El Paso on T. & P. Ry. and popular U. S. 80



Ector County Court House in Odessa
Title:
Ector County Court House in Odessa
Odessa Texas (TX), Linen

Description:
The new Ector County Court House cost $223,000, was completed in May 1938. It is made of monolithic concrete. Located in Odessa, the County Seat, a city of more than one million dollar payroll monthly, and is the largest oil equipment center in Texas. Odessa is in center of Permian Oil Basin, which is one of the largest pools in Texas


Hub City of the Vast, Rich Odessa Oil Field
Title:
Hub City of the Vast, Rich Odessa Oil Field
Odessa Texas (TX), Linen unused

Description:
Population 10,000--fast growing oil, cattle and tourist center midway between Ft. Worth and El Paso on T. & P Ry. and popular U. S. Highway 80. Pictured: New Ultra-Modern Ector County Court House, The Busy Odessa Airport and Odessa High School



Hub City of the Vast, Rich Odessa Oil Field
Title:
Hub City of the Vast, Rich Odessa Oil Field
Odessa Texas (TX), Linen unused

Description:
Odessa, Tex. (Pop. 10,000)=-fast-growing oil, cattle and tourist center midway between Ft. Worth and El Paso on T. & P. Ry. and popular U.S. Highway 80


First Baptist Church, Ector County Library and First Christian Church
Title:
First Baptist Church, Ector County Library and First Christian Church
Odessa Texas (TX), Linen PM 1949 Jan-26

Description:
Fast growing oil, cattle and tourist center midway between Ft. Worth and El Paso on T. & P. Railway and popular U.S. 80



Ector County Court House
Title:
Ector County Court House
Odessa Texas (TX), Linen PM 1945 Jan-3

Description:
The new Ector County Court House cost $223,000, was completed in May 1938. It is made of monolithic concrete. Located in Odessa, the County Seat, a city of more than one million dollar payroll monthly, and is the largest oil equipment center in Texas. Odessa is in center of Permian Oil Basin, which is one of the larges pools in Texas


Arrow Motel and Apartments in Odessa
Title:
Arrow Motel and Apartments in Odessa
Odessa Texas (TX), Chrome PM 1960 Oct-24

Description:
Bea and Doc Koenig, Owners & Managers. Free T.V. in Room, Phones in Rooms. Phone FE. 7-2315. P.O. Box 869. East Hiway 80. Odessa, Texas



World's Largest Jack Rabbit
Title:
World's Largest Jack Rabbit
Odessa Texas (TX), Chrome unused

Description:
DOWNTOWN SKYLINE Odessa, Texas Odessa, Ector County, Texas has mushroomed from a community of 4,000 to 100,000 in a few short decades! It draws its growth from the vast store of Petroleum energy located in Permian Basin. True Plains Rabbit lives only in the West. Burro-like ears gave him his name. Color is protective, blending with sand and dry grass. Very long legs made him a swift runner. WORLD'S LARGEST JACK RABBIT ODESSA, TEXAS Color Photos By Schaaf and Schaaf


Arrow Motel and Apartments
Title:
Arrow Motel and Apartments
Odessa Texas (TX), Chrome

Description:
Bea and Doc Koenig, Owners & Managers. Free T.V. in room; phones in rooms; phone FE 7-2315 - P.O. Box 869; East Hiway 80



City of Religious and Cultural Facilities
Title:
City of Religious and Cultural Facilities
Odessa Texas (TX), Linen unused

Description:
Odessa, Texas (Pop '40 9573) Fast growing oil, cattle and tourist center midway between Ft. Worth and El Paso on T. & P. Ry. and popular US 80 MC Cormick Co


Hotel Lincoln
Title:
Hotel Lincoln
Odessa Texas (TX), Linen PM Feb-02

Description:
Hotel Lincoln is Completely Air-Conditioned and Fireproof It is an Associated Federal Hotel



The University Of Texas Of The Permian Basin
Title:
The University Of Texas Of The Permian Basin
Odessa Texas (TX), Chrome unused

Description:
Texas newest University - Upper Level (Juniors, Seniors, Graduates) - Individualized Attention Low Student / Teacher Ratio - Friendly West Texas atmosphere - Growing oil producing economy - Plentiful job opportunities.


The University Of Texas Of The Permian Basin
Title:
The University Of Texas Of The Permian Basin
Odessa Texas (TX), Chrome unused

Description:
Texas newest University - Upper Level (Juniors, Seniors, Graduates) - Individualized Attention Low Student / Teacher Ratio - Friendly West Texas atmosphere - Growing oil producing economy - Plentiful job opportunities.



The University Of Texas Of The Permian Basin
Title:
The University Of Texas Of The Permian Basin
Odessa Texas (TX), Chrome unused

Description:
Texas newest University - Upper Level (Juniors, Seniors, Graduates) - Individualized Attention Low Student / Teacher Ratio - Friendly West Texas atmosphere - Growing oil producing economy - Plentiful job opportunities.


Ector County Court House
Title:
Ector County Court House
Odessa Texas (TX), Chrome unused

Description:
Founded in 1881, it grew up sedately, its settlement by Methodists prevented the opening of any saloons until 1898. Today an oil town with wide paved streets and shaded by trees, its greenery contrasting with the encircling barren treeless plains. Odessa was the home of "Old Ben" Sublett, who owned a mystery mine. The details of the story are colorfully told in J. Frank Dobies; "Coronado's Children."



Ector County Court House
Title:
Ector County Court House
Odessa Texas (TX), Chrome unused


Ector County Court House
Title:
Ector County Court House
Odessa Texas (TX), Chrome unused

Description:
In the Heart of the Permian Basin. "America's Newest Industrial Frontier".



Odessa
Title:
Odessa
Odessa Texas (TX), Linen PM 1945

Description:
Odessa city of religious and cultural facilities. Odessa, Texas (Pop. 40,9573) - Fast growing oil, cattle and tourist center midway between Ft. Worth and El Paso on T. & P. Ry. And popular U. S. 80.


The Westerner Motel
Title:
The Westerner Motel
Odessa Texas (TX), Linen

Description:
All rooms with bath, radio and telephone in every room; completely air conditioned; fireproof; panel ray heaters; on Highway 80, West Side Odessa, Texas; 18 units. Mrs. Cecil Tillman and Mrs. Rocky Ford, Owners



Ector County Court House
Title:
Ector County Court House
Odessa Texas (TX), Chrome unused

Description:
Founded in 1881, it grew up sedately, its settlement by Methodists prevented the opening of any saloons until 1898. Today an oil town with wide paved streets and shaded by trees, its greenery contrasting with the encircling barren treeless plains. Odessa was the home of "Old Ben" Subleft, who owned a mystery mine. The details of the story are colorfully told in J. Frank Dobies' "Coronado's Children."


Street scene
Title:
Street scene
Odessa Texas (TX), Chrome unused



Downtown Petrochemical Complex
Title:
Downtown Petrochemical Complex
Odessa Texas (TX), Chrome unused

Description:
Home of the largest inland petrochemical complex in the nation. With a diversified oil-based economy, Odessa is one of the few towns in the U. S. to have more than doubled its population every ten years for 4 consecutive decades. The city is located in the heart of the Permian Basin, halfway between Fort Worth and El Paso Dexter Press Inc


Howdy From Doc & Festus
Title:
Howdy From Doc & Festus
Odessa Texas (TX), Chrome unused

Description:
Series 16178-C Gunsmoke stars "Doc" and "Festus" ham it up a bit award "the world's largest jackrabbit" in Odessa Texas. This is an 8-foot fibre glass rendition of the long-eared rodent, found almost exclusively in the southwest. It's located across from the Chamber of Commerce, 2 blocks off U.S. Highway 385.



Downtown Skyline
Title:
Downtown Skyline
Odessa Texas (TX), Chrome unused

Description:
Odessa, Ector County, Texas has mushroomed from a community for 4,000 to 100,000 in a few short decades! It draws its growth from the vast store of Petroleum energy located in Permian Basin, one of the two largest oil fields known. This is perhaps the Nation's "Newest Industrial Frontier" and it is ever expanding and moving forward in this land of opportunity - Odessa.


North Grant Ave
Title:
North Grant Ave
Odessa Texas (TX), Chrome unused

Description:
This settlement, founded in 1881, built by cowboys, modernized by oil-"Titan Of The Southwest" sits on range land that rolls North and South to far distinct horizons. To the South west is the third largest meteoric depression in the United States. To the West Dead Man's Cut, so named because of deaths caused by a delayed dynamite explosion during construction of the railroad in the 1880's. Graves of the victims can be seen on the hillside.



World's Largest Jack Rabbit
Title:
World's Largest Jack Rabbit
Odessa Texas (TX), Chrome unused

Description:
True Plains Rabbit lives only in the West. Burrow-like ears gave him his name. Color is protective, blending with sand and dry grass. Very longlegs made him a swift runner. Clocked at speeds to 45 miles an hour. Object of hunts with Greyhounds. The rabbit was prized by Plains Indians for food and fur, to the white man a reminder of Desert Hard Life. In Drought and Depression times, it was a source of meat for thousands. Subject of many tall tales. ?Hero of World's only Jackrabbit rodeo in Odessa, May 1932.


Hub City Of The Vast
Title:
Hub City Of The Vast
Odessa Texas (TX), Linen unused

Description:
Rich Odessa oil field. New Ultra-Modern Ector county court house. Odessa High School, The Busy Odessa Airport. Odessa, Tex. (Pop. 10,000) fast growing oil, cattle and tourist center midway between Ft. Worth and El Paso on T. & P. Ry. And popular U. S. Highway 80.



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

Description:
"Hub city of Odessa West Texas oil field".


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

Description:
From a mere village of a few years ago, Odessa today has grown into a metropolis. Odessa is located in the midst of the Permian Oil Basin, one of the largest in Texas.





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