Tales of Old Bee County
Santa got caught a little early one year. Look closely and you can see him in the window. Guess this means all the little boys and girls need to be especially go until Christmas. You never know whe...
Downtown gets decorated
City crews start putting up Christmas decorations. By late afternoon on this day, Beeville had become tinsel town with bells and Christmas trees decorating Washington Street. Sorry, we don't know t...
A traditional greeting on 1013 E. Inez. Even the cutouts look like they are having a ball singing. Kind of makes you wonder what they are singing. Got a guess. Let us know in a comment below.
A wish of peace
A message for all to remember this time of year. Unfortunately, we don't know where this home is located. We know the photo was taken in 1977 but that is about it. Help us out in a comment.
More tham just his stockings
The owner of this stocking was taking no chances on it being to small to hold whatever Santa might bring. Whatever it was, it was quite a haul. Photo taken in 1977.
Homes of Christmas
The Beeville Art Association will hold its annual Christmas Home Tour from 1 p.m. until 5 p.m. Sunday. Tickets are $10 for adults and $3 for children and younger. Homes on the tour this year are • ...
Well, he is safe. Whoever he is. It is in 1977 folder so we can figure that is the year. Tell us what you know in a comment below.
Cains Little Leage
We seem to have a lot of of photos from 1977 so we might as well continue to share. This is Cains Colts League from that year. Anyone recognize themselves. Let us know in a comment if you do.
What we know... "Jerry Barrera (left) was named Most Outstanding Member of the Junior Police in 1977."
House of safety
I have not yet had a chance to translate the sign. but the building is kind of neat. Anyone want to share something about this place. I would really like to know. The front "guard tower" has me int...
Fall fest forever
So, we won't stay on Fall fest for long but we have a lot of photos and it's kind of nice to see what festivals used to be like.
Bring on the floats
The Chamber of Commerce float makes its way through Beeville back in 1998. Anyone care to share the names of these young ladies. Post it in a comment if you know.