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    • German Alpine Home

    • Architectural & site components; Architectural photographs; Architectural elements; Flowers; Wood carvings; Woodwork; Railings;
    • A German house presumably in the Alps that has window sill planter. The home is painted yellow with wooden columns, patio area, deck, and railings.
    • Family photograph on porch of home

    • Family; Photographs; Houses; Architectural photographs; Porches
    • J.A. Thompson House; The home was located at 601 Davis Street (on the corner of 6th and Davis) in Taylor, Texas. Built in 1900 using the finest wood available, it belonged to the owner of the earliest lumber company in Taylor. By 1950, the home was...
    • East Texas House 4a

    • Buildings; Outbuildings; Architectural photographs
    • Small office outbuilding to the right of the Cartwright House, San Augustine, Texas. The Greek Revival style architecture resembles that of the Cartwright House. Features include the side gable roof, wide trim band emphasizing the cornices,...
    • East Texas House 28

    • Houses; Dwellings; Columns; Dormers; Architectural photographs
    • The Cullen House in San Augustine. The house demonstrates a Neoclassical architectural style demonstrated by the triangular pediment represented in the front facing gable, and the full width porch supported by four large round columns. Other...
    • East Texas House 29

    • Houses; Dwellings; Architectural photographs
    • Mrs. E. T. Moore believes that this is one of Peter Ellis Bean's homes. It is located near a tree farm between Alto and Crockett, Texas. There is a second unidentified building to the right of the house. Photo taken on May 11, 1971.
    • East Texas House 157

    • Houses; Dwellings; Porches; Gables; Architectural photographs
    • A two-story house in Kilgore. There is a family on the porch. Trees surrond the house. The house demonstrates Folk Victorian style architecture prevalent throughout the Southern states. Folk Victorian features are represented by the gable front...
    • East Texas House 11

    • Houses; Dwellings; Porches; Bay windows; Architectural photographs
    • A two-story home built by Robert C. Shindler, North Street, Nacogdoches, Texas. At the time the picture was taken the home was occupied by the Clevenger Family. The house demonstrates a Gothic Revival style architecture represented by the steeply...
    • East Texas House 2

    • Houses; Dwellings; Wooden buildings; Cabins; Architectural photographs
    • Unidentified house, picture taken in 1948. The house is a Single Pen cabin built in a vernacular style indicative of the Tidewater South Tradition. Features include hand hewn log construction with a side gable continuous roof, which extends in the...
    • East Texas House 30

    • Houses; Dwellings; Architectural photographs
    • Unidentified house with the number 221 above the doorway. The house demonstrates a one-story example of Neoclassical style architecture represented by the prominent full height entry porch supported by four decorative columns, the low pitched...
    • East Texas House 32

    • Buildings; Wooden buildings; Churches; Architectural photographs
    • A large wooden building in East Texas. The building appears to be a church, as the tall arch-topped windows in the taller portion of the building appear to be stained glass. The entrance includes a full height entry porch with large prominent...
    • East Texas House 8

    • Houses; Dwellings; Gables; Bay windows; Towers; Architectural photographs
    • Two-story home of Mr. and Mrs. Roland Jones, Church Street, Nacogdoches, Texas. The house demonstrates an example of Victorian architecture, particularly Queen Anne style represented by the steeply pitched hipped roof with front gable dormer, the...
    • East Texas House 3

    • Houses; Dwellings; Gables; Columns; Architectural photographs
    • Home of Stephan William Blount, San Augustine, Texas; picture taken 1948. The house demonstrates a one-story Neoclassical style of architecture represented by the distinctive boxed eaves with dentiled cornices, wide frieze band beneath the...
    • East Texas House 6

    • Houses; Dwellings; Bay windows; Friezes (Ornamental bands); Finials; Architectural photographs
    • The Weatherly home which was formerly on North Street, Nacogdoches, Texas. Later moved to Baxter and Duncan Street, 1968. The house demonstrates a Victorian architectural style, particularly Queen Anne, represented by cross gable shape; the...
    • East Texas House 160

    • Houses; Dwellings; Columns; Dormers; Shutters; Chimneys; Architectural photographs
    • An unidentified house with brick foundation supports, functional shutters, and two chimneys. The house demonstrates a Neoclassical style of architecture represented by the four column supports on the the prominent full height entry porch,...
    • East Texas House 159

    • Houses; Dwellings; Columns; Trees; Fences; Architectural photographs
    • An unidentified house with large trees around it. The property around the house is enclosed by a fence. The house demonstrates Greek Revival architectural elements represented by the prominent full height porch columns.
    • East Texas House 12

    • Houses; Dwellings; Porches; Columns; Architectural photographs; Architecture;
    • Unidentified house with overgrown bushes and snow on the ground. Simple one-story example of Greek Revival architecture demonstrated by the low pitched side gable roof, wide trim band emphasizing the cornice, full height entry porch with four...


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