Stovall, Dr. Andrew J.
Verso side of sepia tone photograph postcard shows a man standing on the front porch of a two story wood frame building. On the recto side is written in pen Dr. Stoveall, Humble, Texas 1912.
According to biographical information on Texas physicians in the McGovern Research Center, there was a Dr. Andrew J. Stovall practicing in Texas in 1912. He graduated from medical school in 1882 and died in 1919. Many doctors and other professionals would have gone to Humble in the early 1910s because of the discovery of oil and it is extremely possible that his name was misspelled on the postcard. Identification is therefore not certain, but highly probable.