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    • Galveston's Water Supply

    • Maresh files
    • These documents discuss the history of the water supply of Galveston, Texas as well as the history of how the water formations around Galveston has changed over time.
    • Houston Metropolitan Research Center Maresh WPA Files, MSS1470
    • Orange County Material No. III

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    • This folder contains documents related to the city of Orange, Texas. Included in the contents is a history of the city and information about local industry, government, clubs, schools, and points of interest.
    • Houston Metropolitan Research Center Maresh WPA Files, MSS1470
    • River Oaks Scrapbook, volume 14 (October 1935 to January 1937)

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    • Contains copies of the River Oaks Corporation advertisements ; house plans of River Oaks homes ; Annual report of the Houston Chamber of Commerce, 1935 ; McCall's Home of the Month, April 1936. Clippings from: October 1935 to January 1937.
    • River Oaks Collection
    • Civics for Houston, volume 1

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    • Periodical covering a range of topics, from biographical sketches, to the art scene in Houston, to gardening and home management advice.
    • Houston Metropolitan Research Center, Texas Room, Periodicals
    • Niels Esperson Building

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    • Cotton Exchange Building, Houston, Texas.
    • Houston Metropolitan Research Center Postcard Collection, MSS 0187
    • Gulf Building

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    • Gulf Building, Houston, TX. Erected 1930. Thirty-five stories ; the tallest building in Houston, Texas.
    • Houston Metropolitan Research Center Postcard Collection, MSS 0187
    • Texas State Hotel

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    • Texas State Hotel at Fannin and Rusk Sts., Houston, TX
    • Houston Metropolitan Research Center Postcard Collection, MSS 0187
    • "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
    • Gulf Building, by Night

    • Buildings
    • Streetview of the Gulf Building at night.
    • Houston Metropolitan Research Center Postcard Collection, MSS 0187
    • Niels Esperson Building by Night

    • Buildings
    • Niels Esperson building at night. There are cars parked along the street in front. The buildings next to it are all very short, 2-4 stories.
    • Houston Metropolitan Research Center Postcard Collection, MSS 0187
    • Carter Building

    • Buildings ; Cityscapes
    • Carter Building in downtown Houston. Horses and carriages in the streets.
    • Houston Metropolitan Research Center Postcard Collection, MSS 0187
    • Aerial of Downtown Houston

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    • Aerial of Houston Central Business District. Tallest buildings: Neils Esperson and Gulf Oil Co.,
    • MSS1220 Robert L. Browning Photographic Collection

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