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1416 Main Street, Baker house, Houston, Texas

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    • The original Baker house on 1416 Main Street, Houston, Texas. It is a two-storied building with trees around it, built in April 1919.
    • MSS0248 Domestic Architecture of Harris Co. 1824-1914 / Junior League Collection
    • Lattice and arbor, 22 Courtlandt, Houston, Texas

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    • Lattice and arbor of the house in 22 Courtlandt in Houston, Texas. A bower of vines and branches has covered the lattice work in front of the door. Mother and child are standing on the porch.
    • MSS0248 Domestic Architecture of Harris Co. 1824-1914 / Junior League Collection
    • Parking Lot by Rice Field

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    • Aerial photograph facing east. Rice Field is at the center top of the photo. Most of image shows the stretch of cars in the parking lot and the adjacent neighborhood. Other angles can be seen in: MSS1220-1229-01, MSS1220-1229-02, MSS1220-1229-03,...
    • MSS1220 Robert L. Browning Photographic Collection
    • Long Warehouse by Railroad Tracks

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    • Aerial photograph of rural area with a long warehouse-like building prominent by the railroad tracks. A couple small houses are visible as well. In the background is the drive-in theater from MSS1220-1232-02.
    • MSS1220 Robert L. Browning Photographic Collection
    • Rural Homes and Businesses

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    • Aerial photograph of a cluster of buildings in a rural area, including some homes, warehouses/stores, a gas station, and Mary's Cafe.
    • MSS1220 Robert L. Browning Photographic Collection
    • Rural Industrial Facility

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    • Aerial photograph of rural industrial facility with railroad tracks. Some houses are visible in the background.
    • MSS1220 Robert L. Browning Photographic Collection
    • Multi-storied Houston home completed in 1900.

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    • One of the first Houston homes with electricity, and also installed with gas lights. A multi-storied house completed in 1900.
    • MSS0248 Domestic Architecture of Harris Co. 1824-1914 / Junior League Collection
    • Home at Kingsville

    • African American homes
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    • MSS0006 Willie Lee Gay Collection
    • Link-Lee Mansion

    • houses ; home
    • "In 1912 J. W. Link, a lumberman and financier from Orange, Texas, had this mansion designed and built for an estimated $60,000. The house, 83 feet wide and 100 feet deep, contains a basement and three floors. Originally the first floor had a...
    • Architectural Vertical Files, Houston Metropolitan Research Center, Houston Public Library
    • Pyramid Roofed House

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    • Pyramid Roofed House in Independence Heights.
    • RGM0004 Town of Independence Heights Collection 1915-1989
    • Wilson House

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    • Wilson House is a pyramid roofed cottage on Arlington Street and East 32nd Street in Independence Heights.
    • RGM0004 Town of Independence Heights Collection 1915-1989
    • Center entrance cottage

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    • Center entrance cottage in Independence Heights.
    • RGM0004 Town of Independence Heights Collection 1915-1989
    • Canady Home

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    • Canady Home is an L-front cottage in Independence Heights.
    • RGM0004 Town of Independence Heights Collection 1915-1989
    • Rev. Arthur McCullough House, 1911

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    • House of Rev. Arthur McCullough is a L-front cottage in Independence Heights.
    • RGM0004 Town of Independence Heights Collection 1915-1989
    • Bungalow style cottage

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    • Bungalow style cottage in Independence Heights.
    • RGM0004 Town of Independence Heights Collection 1915-1989
    • G. O. Burgess House

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    • House of G. O. Burgess which is an L-Front Cottage in Independence Heights.
    • RGM0004 Town of Independence Heights Collection 1915-1989
    • Peddie A. Franklin House

    • houses
    • "This four-story, country Victorian home was built in the 1890's for Peddie A. Franklin, president of the Peddie Land Company." Also noted as the Truxillo Home. Peddie A. Franklin House was one of the first homes to be restored in the Heights....
    • Architectural Vertical Files, Houston Metropolitan Research Center, Houston Public Library
    • Gerald S. Gordon residence

    • houses
    • Howard Barnstone, architect. Completed, 1956.
    • Architectural Vertical Files, Houston Metropolitan Research Center, Houston Public Library
    • Gerald S. Gordon residence

    • houses
    • Howard Barnstone, architect. Completed, 1956.
    • Architectural Vertical Files, Houston Metropolitan Research Center, Houston Public Library

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