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The Year in Review: the Top 10 Historic Photos of 2014 as Determined by the Viewers

December 29, 2014

  • Captain J.G. Rice
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  • Col. A.J. Baker, Texas Land Commissioner and bank owner
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  • Henry Ragsdale on motorcycle
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  • Martha Miller, tumerculosis sanitarium nurse
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  • Mustang Chevrolet on corner of Main & Beauregard
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  • Nurses with babies at San Angelo Hospital
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  • Polo for San Angeloans
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  • Jonathan Miles
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  • Morgan B. Flowers at Left & Lynn Mertz at right
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  • Young boy on horseback
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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.

Jonathan Miles

 #9:  Rainbow Polo team.  Morgan B. Flowers at left and Lynn Mertz at right.

Morgan B. Flowers at Left & Lynn Mertz at right

 #8:  Nurses with babies in front of San Angelo Hospital—San Angelo Hospital became Shannon Hospital in the 1930s.

Nurses with babies at San Angelo Hospital

 #7:  Martha Miller, nurse at the state tuberculosis sanitarium (currently San Angelo State Supported Living Center in Carlsbad).

Martha Miller, tumerculosis sanitarium nurse

  #6:  Young boy on horseback.

Young boy on horseback

 #5:  Mustang Chevrolet on the corner of Main and Beauregard, San Angelo, TX. Mustang Chevrolet on corner of Main & Beauregard

#4:  Captain J.G. Rice.

Captain J.G. Rice

#3:  Polo was a popular pastime for San Angeloans.

Polo 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.

Col. A.J. Baker, Texas Land Commissioner and bank owner

#1:  Henry Ragsdale on an early-day motorcycle—notice the suitcase strapped to the front.

Henry Ragsdale on motorcycle