... and this is what you get: A photo enhanced cropped image to bring out all the details. With photos as rare as they are this is the best way to squeeze as much information the eye can see so why not see it more easily. By the way the original image above is from a 35mm slide scanned at 800 dpi.
Many more slide photo images from Brownsville, Texas and the Rio Grande Valley are being posted on the Brownsville Station Facebook page. The majority of slides are actually fauna and flora of the RGV which will have some educational use perhaps. Others include Falcon Dam, the city of Roma, Botanical Gardens, Fot Brown historic buildings and downtown Brownsville, Texas.
Bus station behind El Jardin Hotel
E Elizabeth showing Edelsteins and Tienda Amigo on corner of 13th and E Elizabeth. Tienda Amigo because site of national attention when its roof collapsed after a hard rain in 1988 killing several people who were inside.
A very rare scene from E Washington St
1880s Cameron County Courthouse turned into Mason's Lodge which is still in use since early 1900s
House across the street of Stillman Museum (no longer there - does not appear to be Armstrong House which was once used as Edelstein outlet - could be from back alley)