Texas Governor’s Mansion – SAVED!

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Texas Governor’s Mansion 1010 Colorado St, Austin, TX 78701 As the fourth-oldest continuously occupied governor's residence in the United States, the Texas Governor's Mansion has been the offical home of each of the forty Texas governors since 1856. Constructed by master builder Abner Cook , the Mansion is a fine example of the Greek Revival... More »

Strand/Mechanic Historic Landmark District

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Strand / Mechanic National Historic Landmark District Strand and Ship’s Mechanic Row between 20th and 26th Streets, Galveston, TX Galveston Island is a city known for its wealth of nineteenth and twentieth-century architecture. The Strand/Mechanic Historic District is among the island’s most significant collection of architecture, with more than 45 buildings in 12 blocks of... More »

Socorro Mission Rectory

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Socorro Mission Rectory 328 S Nevarez Rd, El Paso, TX 79927 The Socorro Mission, Nuestra Senora de Limpia Concepcion de Los Piros de Socorro del Sur (Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception of the Piros of Socorro of the South), was established in the late seventeenth century by Spanish missionaries in attempt to Christianize the... More »

Scenic Loop-Boerne Stage Corridor

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Scenic Loop-Boerne Stage Corridor From the south at Highway 16 in Helotes, to Boerne Stage Road; continues north as Boerne Stage Road to Balcones Creek at the Kendall County Line Located at the base of the Hill Country, Scenic Loop Road is a winding byway that was created as a scenic touring route for San... More »

Judge J.N. Campbell House

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Judge J.N. Campbell House 433 S Center St, Longview, TX 75601 The Judge J.N. Campbell house was completed in 1872 and was bought by J.N. Campbell, the first Gregg County judge around 1895. The home was originally constructed in the Queen Anne style but was renovated in the early 1900s in the Neoclassical style. Longview... More »

Heritage Plaza

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Heritage Plaza Heritage Park, Fort Worth, Tarrant County Heritage Plaza, part of the 112-acre Heritage Park owned by the City of Forth Worth, was designed by internationally-renowned landscape architect Lawrence Halprin (1916-2009), who was known for his work with urban spaces. Heritage Plaza was built to commemorate Fort Worth's rich history as a part of... More »

Hamilton Pool Preserve – SAVED!

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Hamilton Pool Preserve 24300 Hamilton Pool Road, Dripping Springs, TX 78620 Hamilton Pool Preserve is a natural feature in southwest Travis County upstream from the confluence of Hamilton Creek and the Pedernales River. The pool occurs where Hamilton Creek spills out over limestone outcroppings, creating a 50-foot waterfall that plunges into the head of a... More »

Bluff Dale Bridge

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Bluff Dale Bridge County Road 149, Bluff Dale, TX 76433 Completed in 1891, the Bluff Dale Bridge is a exceedingly rare example of a nineteenth-century cable-stayed bridge. The bridge spans 225 feet and has seven one-inch cables that run the length of each side. Towers made of nine-inch pipe support the cables 28 feet above... More »

American National Bank – SAVED!

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American National Bank 111 W 6th St, Austin, TX 78701 The American National Bank building, which opened in 1954, was billed as the “most modern, efficient and service-minded bank in Texas.” For their new headquarters, bank officials hired prominent designers who integrated art and architecture into a thoroughly modern public/private building. The lead designer was... More »

Former Alamo Elementary School – DEMOLISHED

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Former Alamo Elementary School 201 E. 27th St, Houston, Harris County This building has been demolished. The two-story brick building with Romanesque Revival detailing was built in 1913 as the Sunset Heights School. The school, when completed, stood outside the city limits, though it became part of the Houston School District in the 1920s. In... More »