Hotel Brandon
Title:
Hotel Brandon
Pecos Texas (TX), Chrome unused


Greyhound Bus Station
Title:
Greyhound Bus Station
Pecos Texas (TX), Chrome unused



Town and Country Motel
Title:
Town and Country Motel
Pecos Texas (TX), Chrome unused


Foster's Restaurant
Title:
Foster's Restaurant
Pecos Texas (TX), Chrome



Greetings from Pecos
Title:
Greetings from Pecos
Pecos Texas (TX), Chrome unused


Triangle Camp
Title:
Triangle Camp
Pecos Texas (TX), Real Photo unused



Pecos Travelodge
Title:
Pecos Travelodge
Pecos Texas (TX), Chrome

Description:
1000 East Highway 80. Air-conditioned, swimming pool, television, telephones, courtesy coffee, baby cribs


American Motor Inn
Title:
American Motor Inn
Pecos Texas (TX), Chrome unused

Description:
AMERICAN MOTOR INN 2116 West Highway 80 Phone (915) 445-5431 Pecos, Texas 79772 3/4 Mile North of Interstate 20 on W. Hwy. 80 52 Attractive Units - Wall to Wall Carpeting - 24 Hour Telephones - TV in all rooms - Central Heat - Refrigerated Air - Heated Swimming Pool - Restaurant Featuring Buffet Dining and a complete A La Carte Menu - Copa Club Lounge. Commercial Rates Available



Greetings from Pecos
Title:
Greetings from Pecos
Pecos Texas (TX), Chrome PM 1971

Description:
Franklin E. Schaaf The renowned dispenser of "Law West of the Pecos" spent considerable time in Pecos, freighting supplies in wagons drawn by burro-team. As a monument toi his memory, a duplicate of his fames Jersey Lilly Saloon was constructed here from the weathered lumber of an old ranch house. Filled with early western memorabilia, it is open... without charge... to visitors


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

Description:
I-20 and Highway 285; Dial (915) 455-5404. Near Frontier Museum Replica of Judge Roy Bean's "Law West of the Pecos" Heartland of great irrigation country. All color TV - swimming pool - restaurant - club - free Holidex reservations



Reeves County Court House
Title:
Reeves County Court House
Pecos Texas (TX), Chrome unused

Description:
Reeves County Court House Pecos, Texas In its early days Pecos was a metropolis of the desert cow country. Hitching rails lined the streets and the clatter of boot heels on the board-walks mingled with the musical jingle of spurs. The early town knew the presence of "Billy-The-Kid" and others of his kind. One of the country's earliest versions of the popular western spectacle "The Rodeo" as today practiced is credited to Pecos. The first known Texas rodeo in 1884 was so successful that it has become an annual affair


Post Office
Title:
Post Office
Pecos Texas (TX), Chrome PM 1973

Description:
One of the country's earliest versions of the popular western spectacle, the rodeo, as today practiced is credited to Pecos. It is said that here in 1884, the foreman of several ranches conducted a Forth of July celebration that included roping, racing, and riding contests for the hands of local ranches, whose owners made up the purses; no admission was charged. This first known Texas rodeo was so successful that it became an annual affair



Observatory Drive - McDonald Observatory
Title:
Observatory Drive - McDonald Observatory
Pecos Texas (TX), Real Photo PM 1940 Apr-25


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

Description:
The renowned dispenser of "Law West of the Pecos" spent considerable time in Pecos, freighting supplies in wagons drawn by burro team. As a monument to his memory, a duplicate of his famed Jersey Lilly Saloon was constructed here from the weathered lumber of an old ranch house. Filled with early western memorabilia, it is open . . . without charge . . . to visitors.



Pecos , Oak Street
Title:
Pecos , Oak Street
Pecos Texas (TX), Chrome unused

Description:
Home of the Rodeo. Pecos still supplies the need of ranches - but recent developments in oil has added new buildings and modernity to an old-time cowtown. To the north is the Red Bluff Irrigation Project, which waters 60,000 acres. The Irrigation Project has added materially to Pecos prosperity. In the vicinity are deposits of gypsum, sulphur, silver and copper.


Reeves County Court House
Title:
Reeves County Court House
Pecos Texas (TX), Chrome unused

Description:
In its early days Pecos was a metropolis of the desert cow country. Hitching rails lined the streets and the clatter of boot heels on the board-walks mingled with the musical jingle of spurs. The early town knew the presence of "Billy-The-Kid" and others of his kind. One of the country's earliest versions of the popular western spectacle "The Rodeo" as today practiced is credited to Pecos. The first known Texas rodeo in 1884 was so successful that it has become an annual affair.



Reeves County Court House
Title:
Reeves County Court House
Pecos Texas (TX), Chrome unused


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

Description:
Pecos on U. s. Highway 80, Broadway of America, is a Mecca for tourists - About 200 miles east of El Paso, Pecos is known far and wide for its rodeos and Cowpunching performers. See Pecos and you'll enjoy the thrills of the West.



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

Description:
This greeting comes to you from the substantial city of Pecos, Texas, which is one of the famous frontier towns of a few decades ago. Not far away (in Langtry, Texas) was held Judge Roy Bean's famous court, "The Law West of the Pecos" of the colorful days of the old West. Now a thriving oil and cattle town of varied interests.


Judge Roy Bean
Title:
Judge Roy Bean
Pecos Texas (TX), Linen unused

Description:
Judge Roy Bean, the "Law West of the Pecos," holding court at the old town of Langtry, Texas, in 1900, trying a horse thief. This building was courthouse and saloon. No other peace officers in the locality at that time.



$35,000 Baptist Church
Title:
$35,000 Baptist Church
Pecos Texas (TX), Divided Back PM 1912 Jan-29


Greyhound Post House
Title:
Greyhound Post House
Pecos Texas (TX), Chrome PM 1956 Oct-2

Description:
This new and modern Bus Terminal which has 26 schedules a day, and its fleet of fine busses is indeed a contrast vehicles that come through here in the days of the Butterfield, Chisholm, and Goodnight-Loving Trails. Pecos (Indian for crooked - describing the Pecos River) was the crossroads for those trails



Triangle Camp
Title:
Triangle Camp
Pecos Texas (TX), Real Photo PM 1940 Jul-25


Boulder Courts
Title:
Boulder Courts
Pecos Texas (TX), Real Photo unused



Sunset Route, High Bridge, showing Construction and great height 321 ft
Title:
Sunset Route, High Bridge, showing Construction and great height 321 ft
Pecos Texas (TX), Divided Back PM 1912


First Methodist Church, Elm Street At West Third Street
Title:
First Methodist Church, Elm Street At West Third Street
Pecos Texas (TX), Linen unused





Total: 26 Items