25 January 2018 18:22 น. Family Histories ,

Handwritten note on another photo describes the family residence as being located at 3001 Bookhout Street and the corner Wolf St. Dallas TX. Mrs. Thevenet writes, “Soon after, we added two more bedrooms, a bath, a kitchen, and extended the front porch on two sides of the home. Note no shrubbery, flower garden or trees are planted yet. Later a foundation was put all around at ground level and a brick walk from corner steps and a chain link fence and 2 iron gates etc. installed all around property. A family named Fisher lived in the cottage next door. This was a parlor, hall, one bedroom combination kitchen-dining room. No phone, no electricity, no plumbing. A “chick sale” in back yard with Sears & Roebuck catalogue for toilet paper. Chicken house in back.

The family later resided at 3703 Gilbert Ave. He was a professional photographer. Notice the White Rose beer on the table. White Rose was bottled in Dallas TX. There was no refrigeration in those days and H. B. Thevenet Familythe beer had a short shelf life.

H. B. Thevenet, 57 years old, a native of Dallas County and a resident of the city for virtually his entire life, died Wednesday, July 12, 1922, noon at Hill’s Sanitarium. Mr. Thevenet was the son of pioneer French settlers in Dallas County and for many years was engaged in photographic business. He was a charter member of the Dallas Astronomical Society and at the time of his death was secretary and treasurer of the organization.

Surviving are his wife, three sons, George, Edmond and H. B. Thevenet, Jr.; two daughters, Miss May and Miss Estelle Thevenet and a brother, Phillip M., all of Dallas. Funeral services will be held Thursday afternoon at 4 o’clock from the family residence, 3703 Gilbert Ave. burial will be in Grove Hill Cemetery.