The Year in Review: the Top 10 Historic Photos of 2014 as Determined by the Viewers
December 29, 2014
See which photographs from the West Texas Photo Gallery were viewed the most in 2014 and browse the collection to find your favorite!
#10: Portrait of Jonathan Miles, Tom Green County pioneer, taken by San Angelo photographer, M.C. Ragsdale.
#9: Rainbow Polo team. Morgan B. Flowers at left and Lynn Mertz at right.
#8: Nurses with babies in front of San Angelo Hospital—San Angelo Hospital became Shannon Hospital in the 1930s.
#7: Martha Miller, nurse at the state tuberculosis sanitarium (currently San Angelo State Supported Living Center in Carlsbad).
#6: Young boy on horseback.
#5: Mustang Chevrolet on the corner of Main and Beauregard, San Angelo, TX.
#4: Captain J.G. Rice.
#3: Polo was a popular pastime for San Angeloans.
#2: Col. A.J. Baker served as Texas Land Commissioner and owned a bank in San Angelo. His bank building can be seen in “Old Town” near the San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts.
#1: Henry Ragsdale on an early-day motorcycle—notice the suitcase strapped to the front.