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    • "Commanding Location"

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    • Once the tallest building in Houston; built by Governor Ross Sterling, who was the publisher. The Houston Post closed in 1995. Architect: Sanguinet, Staats, Hedrick, and Gotlieb. Built, 1925-1926.
    • Architectural Vertical Files, Houston Metropolitan Research Center, Houston Public Library
    • Alec C. "Tex" Bayless home, in River Oaks

    • Homes
    • Alec C. "Tex" Bayless home, 3205 Del Monte Drive, River Oaks, Houston, Texas. Russell Brown, Architect. Includes: Russell Brown Company, Architects.
    • Frank J. Schlueter / Bank of the Southwest Collection
    • Annunciation Catholic Church

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    • Annunciation Catholic Church, remodeled by architect Nicholas Clayton in 1884, Houston, Texas.
    • MSS0114 HMRC Photo Collection
    • Apartment Project for Mr. Howard Barnstone: Contract Drawings, Elevations and Sections

    • Dwellings--Texas--Houston ;
      Architecture, Domestic--Designs and plans
    • Elevations and sections for an apartment project for Mr. Howard Barnstone. Includes: Typical Bathroom Elevations. Scale is 3/8 inch to 1 foot. -- Interior Court Elevations. Scale is 3/8 inch to 1 foot. -- Read (East) Elevation. Scale is 1/8 inch to...
    • MSS0178 Howard Barnstone Papers, 1961-1987
    • B. A. Shepherd Building

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    • Benjamin A. Shepherd founded one of the first independent banks in Texas in 1854--The Houston Savings Bank. The Constitution of 1845 deemed banks and the private dispersal of paper money illegal, but Shepherd operated in the open despite...
    • Architectural Vertical Files, Houston Metropolitan Research Center, Houston Public Library
    • B. A. Shepherd Building

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    • Benjamin A. Shepherd founded one of the first independent banks in Texas in 1854--The Houston Savings Bank. The Constitution of 1845 deemed banks and the private dispersal of paper money illegal, but Shepherd operated in the open despite...
    • Architectural Vertical Files, Houston Metropolitan Research Center, Houston Public Library
    • B. A. Shepherd Building

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    • Benjamin A. Shepherd founded one of the first independent banks in Texas in 1854--The Houston Savings Bank. The Constitution of 1845 deemed banks and the private dispersal of paper money illegal, but Shepherd operated in the open despite...
    • Architectural Vertical Files, Houston Metropolitan Research Center, Houston Public Library
    • B. A. Shepherd Building

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    • Benjamin A. Shepherd founded one of the first independent banks in Texas in 1854--The Houston Savings Bank. The Constitution of 1845 deemed banks and the private dispersal of paper money illegal, but Shepherd operated in the open despite...
    • Architectural Vertical Files, Houston Metropolitan Research Center, Houston Public Library

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