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    • East Texas House 15

    • Houses; Dwellings; Chimneys; Porches
    • A house in Crockett, Texas, with two chimneys. A utility pole is in front of the house. The house demonstrates Neoclassical style architecture typically built from approximately 1895-1950. Neoclassical features include the side gable roof,...
    • East Texas House 24

    • Houses; Dwellings; Wooden buildings; Chimneys; Porches; Architecture;
    • Elliot-Robinson residence, built circa 1880. The house is located on Center Road, Nacogdoches County. The house is an example of a vernacular one-story, transitionally massed hall-and-parlor (three rooms wide, one and a half rooms deep), referred...
    • 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,...
    • Millard-Lee House after Dedication

    • Historic buildings; Buildings; Building dedications; Photographs; Architecture; Houses; Chimneys
    • Millard-Lee house black and white photograph after it was awarded a Texas Medallion (Recorded Historic Texas Landmark - RHTL) by the Texas Historical Commission. Built in 1837 by Robert Millard, the house was later purchased by the Lee family. It...
    • Millard-Lee House After It Receives Texas Medallion

    • Building dedications; Buildings; Photographs; Historic buildings; Architecture; Chimneys; Houses
    • Millard-Lee house black and white photograph after it was awarded a Texas Medallion (Recorded Historic Texas Landmark - RHTL) by the Texas Historical Commission. Built in 1837 by Robert Millard, the house was later purchased by the Lee family. It...
    • Dee and Ruby Smith

    • Houses;Construction;people;windows;women;chimneys; Chimneys;
    • Unknown woman, Dee Smith, and Ruby Dee Smith posing for a picture during the restoration Dee Smith's dogtrot. The brick structure on the right is a chimney.
    • Moore Hotel

    • Hotels; Carts & wagons; Buildings; Horses; Architecture; Barns; Columns; Porches;
    • The Moore Hotel in Alto, Texas. A free classical enlarged foursquare wooden structure with a front gable. It has several brick chimneys and cross gables. There is a wooden barn in the background.A man and woman are pictured reading on front...
    • Summers' Home

    • Dwellings; Houses; Buildings; Men; Women; People; Fences; Architecture; Porches; Bricks; Chimneys; Fences; Clothing & dress;
    • The Summers family home on the corner of Fifth and Sycamore streets in Rusk, Texas. It is a three-story brick Victorian structure with a cellar. There are about twenty men and women on the second story porch with a wooden railing. Three women...
    • Cherokee County Courthouse

    • Buildings; Courthouses; Architecture; Fences; Horses; Trees
    • A photograph of the first Cherokee County courthouse in Rusk, Texas. A saddled horseis tied to a hitchng post. A board fence surrounds the courthouse grounds filled with trees and possibly outbuildings. The courthouse is a central plan structure...
    • East Texas House 14

    • Houses; Dwellings; Masonry; Chimneys
    • Portion of a house and its chimney. The chimney is freestanding and connects to the house only at the fire place, a common characteristic of early East Texas houses. The house is resting on stones. Appears to be a lower income home. Built in a...
    • East Texas House 158

    • Houses; Dwellings; Wooden buildings; Log buildings; Chimneys
    • An unidentified wooden house and out building. House appears to be a double-pen log structure with freestanding brick chimney and a shed addition built on to a portion of the back. Short vegetation, sparse trees and a portion of a fence is visible.
    • East Texas House, Tucker House

    • Houses; Dwellings; Wooden buildings; Chimneys; Masonry; Stonework; Gables; Porches; Taverns (Inns)
    • Tucker House, 1948. It was a halfway-house; a stagecoach inn between Nacogdoches and San Augustine, Texas. The structure demonstrates a vernacular expression of Greek Revival style architecture most prominently represented in the side gables, the...
    • Tintype Image of Millard-Lee House

    • Houses; Housing; Fences; Tree stumps; Trees; Sheds; Wood blocks; Wooden buildings; Architecture; Chimneys; Mud; Roofs;
    • This small tintype is of a the two-story hall-and-parlor Millard-Lee House on its original location on the downtown plaza or square of Nacogdoches. Also in the image are a barn and other outbuildings. The trees around the house are without leaves...
    • Narrow Central European City Street

    • City & town life; Buildings; Streets; People; Clothing & dress;
    • A photograph taken in Central Europe in the mid 1970s. It shows a narrow cobblestone city street with a large number of people walking or shopping in the area. The people are almost all dressed in casual clothes that correspond with the time...
    • Burrows House After Restoration

    • Historic buildings; Houses; Historic Sites; Architecture; Chimneys; Buildings; Porches;
    • This nineteenth-century farm house located in Millard's Crossing Historic Village features a gaming table with corner drink holders, a life-sized doll, hand carved furniture, and a back porch well where children can draw water. The Burrows house...
    • Millard-Lee House

    • Dwellings; Structures; Historic buildings; Architecture; Chimneys;
    • The Millard-Lee house was built in 1837 as a family home. It is a rare East Texas example of a “two-story double house” and furnished with nineteenth-century antiques and historic documents.
    • Front Left Picture of Burrows-Millard House

    • Building dedications; Buildings; Historic buildings; Photographs; Houses; Architecture; Chimneys
    • Black and white photograph of the Burrows-Millard house after it was awarded a Texas Medallion by the Texas Historical Commission, taken from the right front view. Constructed around 1867-1874 by Elijah M. Burrows it was later expanded by the...
    • Restored Parsonage at Millard's Crossing

    • Historic buildings; Historic sites; Photographs; Houses; Fences; Chimneys; Architecture
    • Black and white print of First Methodist Church parsonage after its move to Millard's Crossing and restoration. It was built in 1900 and was originally located on North Fredonia Street in Nacogdoches. It features 12' ceilings and notable woodwork,...
    • 1912 Photograph of Parsonage

    • Photographs; Historic buildings; Architecture; Houses
    • This is a black and white / sepia photograph of parsonage in 1912. There is a note accompanying it that says "Where I was born, W.N. McKenney, 8737 Bunningham, Houston, TX 77055. My father was Rev. S. Stephen McKenney." The house has a wooden...


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