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Subject Source: Sears

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

Art Museum of Southeast Texas Beaumont Photographs Small Collection

Identifier: AC-5000
Abstract The Art Museum of Southeast Texas was established in 1950 as the Beaumont Art Museum. The museum was originally located in a rented house on Calder Avenue and then in Old Town, Beaumont's Historic District, on a property donated by the family of J. Crooke Wilson. In 1987, the Beaumont Art Museum became the Art Museum of Southeast Texas and moved to its current location at 500 Main Street in downtown Beaumont.The Art Museum of Southeast Texas Beaumont Photographs Small Collection...
Dates: 1980-1990

Bogan Family Papers

Identifier: AC-452
Abstract This collection is comprised of business and personal papers belonging to members of the Bogan family. The Bogan family lived in China, Texas, though Richard Bogan and his immediate family were natives of Grand Rapids, Michigan prior to moving to Texas. Richard Bogan was a rice farmer along with his partner, J. Roy Fontenot. This collection contains papers and correspondence related to their business and the local farming community. There is also personal correspondence and legal documents...
Dates: 1928-1996