University of Texas, Alexander Architectural Archive

David Reichard Williams:

An Inventory of his Photographs, Negatives, and Records, 1916-1978



Collection Summary

Creator: Williams, David R. (David Reichard), 1890-1962
Title: David Reichard Williams (1890-1962) Photographs, negatives and archival records. Vernacular Texas Architecture
Dates: 1916-1978
Abstract: Manuscript material consists of photocopies of a portion of the David R. Williams Papers which are housed in the Southwestern Archives and Manuscripts Collection at the University of Louisiana in Lafayette, Louisiana. The negatives in this group are the originals which Williams made from 1926 to 1932. He donated them to the University of Texas at Austin School of Architecture, where the prints were made in the 1960s. Williams (1890-1962) is best-known as the leading proponent of the regionalist movement among Texas architects (1920-1939), incorporating elements of vernacular architecture and native materials in the houses he designed. Summary: Photographs and negatives (1926-1932) dominate this record group (1757 pieces), which also includes personal papers, correspondence, job files, drawings, visual materials and clippings (together measuring .83 linear feet).
Identification: WMS Accession number(s): 0000005
Quantity: .83 linear feet of archival records; 1,747 visual images
Language: Materials are in English.
Repository: Alexander Architectural Archive, The University of Texas at Austin.

Biographical Sketch of David R. Williams

David Reichard Williams (1890-1962) is perhaps best remembered as the leading proponent of the regionalist movement among Texas architects during the late 1920s and 1930s, although he also made enormous contributions as an administrator of public programs during the Depression and World War II.

Born in the prairie community of Childress in 1890, Williams had early interests in art and photography that led him to seek a career in architecture. In the first of many adventures, Williams abruptly left UT in 1916 and traveled to Mexico (the country was then undergoing a revolution) to work for American oil companies. Williams then traveled to Europe for a two-year tour, but the stay failed to inspire him to adopt the eclectic models then in vogue. Rather, upon his return to Dallas in 1923, he began to explore the vernacular (he called it “indigenous”) architectural vocabulary of Texas as the basis of his own unique style.

Williams was actively involved with a group of artists and artisans, including Jerry Bywaters, Tom Stell and Lynn Ford, who were then exploring the ideology of regionalism. This intellectual movement found a forum for its ideas in the pages of The Southwest Review, for which Williams served as associate editor in 1927. Williams' now-legendary travels across the state in search of a vocabulary of forms unique to Texas culminated in a series of articles in The Southwest Review. In them he argued that a true Southwestern style could evolve only through the study--not the slavish imitation--of the state's own regional building patterns.

Williams' extensive travels through Texas provided him with a wealth of images from which to draw inspiration--not unlike the pattern books available to architects working in the fashionable revival modes. The F.N. Drane House in Corsicana (1929), one of Williams' earliest houses, has strong horizontal lines tying it to the ground, and it contains a complex series of cloistered spaces with open courtyards and loggias, reminiscent of Mexican architecture. Subsequent designs became increasingly simplified as Williams incorporated elements of vernacular architecture and native materials in his houses, for example for F.B. McKie (1929) and Warner Clark (1930), both in Dallas. The Elbert Williams House (1932) combines the regional response to climatic conditions--informal plan oriented toward the prevailing breezes, shaded porches and patios, shuttered windows, ample fireplaces, and a standing-seam roof--with a specifically Texan iconography in its decoration, furnishings and an articulation of space.

Williams' entrance into public service in 1933 allowed him to apply his ideas of a regional response to design on a much broader scale and with greater social significance. During the next three years, Williams planned and organized new rural communities across the country for the Federal Relief Administration, including the Matanuska Valley project in Alaska and the Woodlake community outside Houston. Williams was appointed the Director of the Division of Works Projects for the National Youth Administration in 1936, eventually being named Deputy Executive Director of the entire organization. Although his project for La Villita in San Antonio is well-known, his other projects included such diverse educational opportunities for youth as the All American Youth Orchestra. As the nation's attention turned to the defense industry, Williams' genius at problem-solving was demonstrated in his designs for on-site prefabricated housing at Avion Village in Grand Prairie (1940-1941), with Richard Neutra and Roscoe DeWitt, as well as his innovative “demountable housing” at Multimax in Beaumont (1941).

Williams was assigned to the Institute of Inter-American Affairs in 1942, providing a broad range of technical assistance in Latin America, such as building roads, establishing health programs, and developing postwar rehabilitation plans. Injuries from a 1944 plane crash forced him to return to the United States although he later worked in Venezuela from 1947-1948, implementing rural and industrial development programs. Williams retired in 1952 to Lafayette, La., where he continued to study indigenous housing. It was during his travels in the South that he discovered Louis Sullivan's library in Biloxi, Miss., in 1954, thus ensuring its future preservation in the AIA's collections in Washington D.C.

Dave Williams had a profound effect upon architecture in Texas as well as the implementation of public policy on a national level. His designs have continued to inspire the architects of [Texas] and his photographs of [its] vernacular architecture captured images of [the] past that would otherwise have vanished.

-Lila Knight

From: “Texas 50.” Texas Architect (Nov./Dec. 1989), p 78.


Scope and Content of the Collection

Photographs and negatives dominate this record group, numbering 1,757 pieces. Personal papers, correspondence, job files, drawings, visual materials and clippings, together measuring .83 linear feet, round out documentation of a portion of David R. Williams' life and work.

The 1,060 unique photographic images, which Williams took on his travels through central Texas in the 1920s, show examples of vernacular architecture. Williams donated the negatives to the UT's School of Architecture in 1961 and were subsequently transferred to the Alexander Architectural Archive; these prints were made soon after (as part of the Texas Architecture Survey project). Images are identified by type of structure, geographic location and view (interior or exterior). Some of the notable buildings or artfacts included in the series are as follows: the first capitol of the Republic of Texas (Independence; Stagecoach Inn (Independence); Pease Mansion (Austin); Neill-Cochran House (Austin); Governor's Mansion (Austin); French Legation (Austin); Lewis House (San Antonio), showing Robert E. Lee's Drafting Room from the Mexican War (1849); artifacts from the Pioneer Museum (Fredericksburg); Mission San Jose (San Antonio); Mission Concepcion (San Antonio); the Alamo (San Antonio); Navarro House (San Antonio) Keidal restoration group (Fredericksburg) and Sam Houston's Home (Independence).

The balance of the material in the record group is not original. The original materials are primarily part of the David R. Williams Papers, housed in the Southwestern Archives and Manuscripts Collection at the University of Southwestern Louisiana, Lafayette, Louisiana. The Alexander Architectural Archive holds photocopies of a portion of those holdings.

The series Personal Papers contains copies of biographical information, reminiscences by Williams and a manuscript entitled “Indigenous Architecture of Texas.”

Correspondence falls into three categories: that of Williams, that to his wife (Mrs. Louise Lyle Williams), and that of Michael Glen Wade requesting information about Williams for his dissertation. The correspondence that relates to the photographs includes letters from Eugene George attempting to secure the negatives. He wanted to print them as slides to teach his class called “History of Architecture of the Southwest.” A letter and press release from UT's Board of Regents thank Williams for donating the images. Other correspondence is with the American Institute of Architects (AIA) regarding such topics as Williams' assistance in bringing Louis Sullivan's library to the AIA, letters to the Jury of Fellows of the AIA in support of Williams' nomination for fellowship, and a letter from Williams to the Jury of Fellows of the AIA nominating O'Neil Ford for fellowship.

The Job Files, Drawings and Visual Materials series all show examples of Williams' architectural design career. Significant projects in which he worked are documented here including La Villita (San Antonio) and Matanuska Colony (Matanuska, Alaska). The Visual Materials consists of photocopies of photographs of Williams' residential work.

The clippings series contains copies of news about Williams: personal information, true adventure, gossip, features on his architectural design work, articles about his study of regional architecture and several obituaries.


Restrictions

Restrictions on Access

Access is by appointment only to any serious scholar. Rolled materials must be flattened before viewing. A three day advance notice is required to flatten rolled materials. Portions of this collection are not processed and may not be accessible.

Restrictions on Use

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Index Terms

This collection is indexed under the following headings in the University of Texas Online Catalog. Researchers desiring materials about related topics, persons, or places should search the catalog using these headings.
Subjects (Persons):
Williams, David R. (David Reichard), 1890-1962.
Subjects (Organizations):
Matanuska Valley Colony (Alaska)
Pease Mansion (Austin, Tex.)
Neill-Cochran House (Austin, Tex.)
Nat Raymond House (Austin, Tex.)
Mission Concepcion (San Antonio, Tex.)
Pioneer Memorial Museum and Library (Fredericksburg, Tex.)
Robert E. Lee Drafting Room (San Antonio, Tex.)
Mission San Jose y San Miguel de Aguayo (San Antonio, Tex.)
La Villita (San Antonio, Tex.)
Subjects:
Williams, David R. (David Reichard), 1890-1962.--Archives.
Independence (Tex.)--Architecture.
Vernacular architecture--Texas.
Architecture--Texas.
Architecture, Domestic--Texas
Commercial buildings--Texas.
Church architecture--Texas.

Related Material

David R. Williams Papers. Includes photographs and drawings. Special Collections and Archives, University of Louisiana at Lafayette, Lafayette, Louisiana.


Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

David Reichard Williams (1890-1962) Photographs, negatives and archival records, 1916-1978. Vernacular Texas Architecture., the Alexander Architectural Archive, the General Libraries, the University of Texas at Austin

Acquisition Information

Transferred to the Alexander Architectural Archive from the University of Texas at Austin, School of Architecture.

Processing Information

Nancy Sparrow, January 1993, Laura Goettsman, 2000.

Processing is not completed. Please see Archive's staff for more information.


Other Finding Aids

Unpublished inventory in Archive.


References to works by or about David R. Williams (1890-1962)

Amery, Colin, ed. “Texas.” (whole issue) Architectural Review 164 (November 1978): p. 278-9.

Fox, Stephen. “Oh Pioneer.” (book review of McCarthy) Design Book Review (Summer 1985): p. 12-5.

George, Mary Carolyn Hollers. O'Neil Ford, Architect. College Station: Texas A&M University Press, 1992.

Good, Larry. “Pioneer Architect.” (book review of McCarthy) Texas Architect 35 (January-February 1985): p. 62.

McCarthy, Muriel Quest. David R. Williams. Pioneer Architect. Dallas: Southern Methodist University Press, 1984.

McCoggins-Fossey, Mary Ellen. David Reichard Williams. His Life, Theories, Work and Influence. (report for masters degree) Austin: University of Texas, May 1980.

Neutra, Richard Josef. “Peace can gain from war's forced changes...” The New Pencil Points 23 (November 1942): p. 28-41.

Papademetriou, Peter C. “Texas Regionalism 1925-1950 - An Elusive Sensibility.” Texas Architect 31 (July / August 1981): p. 36-41.

Papademetriou, Peter C. Book review of McCarthy. Publication of the Rice Design Alliance (Spring 1985): p. 22-23.

Speck, Lawrence. Landmarks of Texas Architecture. Austin: University of Texas Press, 1986.

Wade, Michael Glen. David Reichard Williams: Avant-Garde Architect and Community Planner, 1890-1962.. Lafayette: University of Southwestern Louisiana, 1978.

Williams, David R. “Dormitories house National Youth in Hattiesburg, Mississippi: D. R. Williams, architect.” Architectural Forum 73 (November 1940): p. 465.

Williams, David R. “Building for defense: Federal Housing for North American Workers.” Architectural Forum 76 (July 1941): p. 5.

Williams, David R. “Low Cost Houses.” Architectural Forum 76 (October 1941): p. 211-42.

Williams, David R. “Grand Prairie defense houses.” Architectural Forum 75 (October 1941): p. 240-2.

Williams, David R. “Beaumont: 600 demountable units.” D.R. Williams and other architects. Architectural Forum 76 (May 1942): p. 285-91.

Williams, David R. “New Fellows of the AIA.” AIA Journal 33 (June 1960): p. 56.

Williams, David R. “Seaplane bases building.” National Aeronautics (May 1939).

Williams, David R. “NYA aids Aviation.” National Aeronautics (September 1939).

Williams, David R. “Toward a Southwestern Architecture.” Southwest Review (Spring 1931).

Williams, David R. and O'Neil Ford. “Architecture of Early Texas.” Southwestern Architect (December 1927).

Williams, David R. “An Indigenous Architecture.” Texas Architect (March 1960).

Winters, Willis. “Avion Village: enduring values of community.” Texas Architect 38 (May / June 1988): p. 24-9.


Detailed Description of the Collection

The following section contains a detailed listing of the materials in the collection.

 

Series A: Personal Papers

Series Abstract
The Personal Papers series contains copies of biographical information, reminiscences and a manuscript.
box folder
1 1 Biographical Information
2 Reminiscences
3 Manuscript: “Indigenous Architecture of Colonial Texas” by David R. Williams



 

Series B: Correspondence

Series Abstract
The Correspondence series contains copies of correspondence of general nature, correspondence to Mrs. Louise Lyle Williams [David Williams' wife], and correspondence of Michael Glen Wade. Files are arranged in chronological order.
box folder
1 4 Correspondence - General: not dated
5 Correspondence - General: June 1916-March 1928
6 Correspondence - General: December 1930-March 1934
7 Correspondence - General: January 1935-October 1935
8 Correspondence - General: March 1936-October 1936
9 Correspondence - General: February 1942-November 1946
10 Correspondence - General: June 1959-December 1959
11 Correspondence - General: January 1960-August 1962
12 Correspondence - Mrs. Lyle Williams July 1976-September 1976
13 Correspondence - Michael Glen Wade May 1977-February 1978



 

Series C: Job Files

Series Abstract
The Job Files series includes copies of addresses, clippings, reports, correspondence, specifications, and visual materials on select Williams projects. See also the series Drawings, and the series Visual Materials.
box folder
1 14 Addresses of Williams' Houses (not complete)
15 La Villita: Williams feature about La Villita by Ernie Pyle
16 Locke Residence: physical description of residence by Williams
17 Matanuska Colony, Alaska: reports, correspondence, newspaper articles and visual material
18 Rural Rehabilitation Program of the Federal Emergency Relief Administration: history, reports, objectives and procedures and a map created by D. R. Williams for the Federal Emergency Relief Administration showing indigenous rural houses of the United States
19 Williams, Elbert; residence, Dallas: specifications



 

Series D: Drawings

Series Abstract
The Drawings series includes copies of drawings and information regarding Williams' drawings held in other institutions.
box folder
1 20 Partial Woodcut print of drawing by D. R. Williams, initialed and dated
21 Low-cost housing: floorplans and elevations
20a Residence for Mr. And Mrs. Warner Clark, Dallas, Texas
20b Inventory and photocopies (8-1/2 × 11in.) of drawings transferred to the Dupre Library at the University of Southwestern Louisiana by Ford, Powell and Carson in 1991 including: the Drane residence, the Transcontinental Petroleum Club Building, the Clark residence, the Lynch residence, and the Williams residence



 

Series E: Visual Materials (photocopies of photographs)

Series Abstract
The Visual Materials series includes copies of professional projects and examples of indigenous architecture.
box folder
1 22 Bayou House (an indigenous house for the Gulf Coast): floorplans and elevations used as a Christmas card in 1956
23 Beck, Henry; Residence, Dallas
24 Browning; Residence
25 Buchanan, Robert; Residence
26 Clark, Warner; Residence, Dallas
27 Denton, Herrick; Residence
28 Drane, F.N.; Residence, Corsicana
29 Greenway Park Development, Dallas
30 Kahn, Stephen; Residence
31 Loma Linda Development, Dallas
32 Lynch, William; Residence, Dallas
33 Martin, Lowrey; Residence, Corsicana
34 Maxson, Henry I.; Residence, Dallas
35 McKie, F.B.; Residence, Corsicana
36 Pearce; Residence, Dallas
37 Standard Oil Co. Club Building, Tampico, Mexico
38 Standard Oil Co. Office Building, Tampico, Mexico
39 Stroube, W.C.; Residence, Corsicana
40 Waggener, Leslie; Residence, Dallas
41 Wardlaw; Residence
42 Williams, David R.; The Studio, Dallas
43 Williams, Elbert; Residence, Dallas
44 Woodlake Development, Houston
45 Unidentified residences
46 Examples of indigenous architecture



 

Series F: Photographic Materials

Series Abstract
The Photographic Materials series contains both original photographic negatives and prints. The photographs were taken by Williams during his travels through central Texas in the 1920s. They portray examples of Texas vernacular architecture. The prints were made after Williams' donation of the negatives in 1961. Photograph numbers 600-1013 were assigned by the Archive's processor. Numbers 4 and 5 are missing. 726 was skipped in error. There were no photographs for numbers 596-599. Eugene George reviewed the images and attempted to identify the projects' locations. Suggested locations offered as a note in the description are supplied by George unless otherwise stated. Each entry reflects one negative and one corresponding print unless otherwise noted.
box folder
2 1 Example of type of sleeve previously used for photographs and negatives
2 1-2; house, East Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Nacogdoches, Marshall, San Augustine or Jefferson.
3 3; building, East Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Nacogdoches, Marshall, San Augustine or Jefferson.
[4 & 5 missing]
box folder
2 4 6; house, East Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Nacogdoches, Marshall, San Augustine or Jefferson.
5 7; house, East Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Nacogdoches, Marshall, San Augustine or Jefferson.
6 8; house, East Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Nacogdoches, Marshall, San Augustine or Jefferson.
7 9; house, East Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Nacogdoches, Marshall, San Augustine or Jefferson.
8 10; house, East Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Nacogdoches, Marshall, San Augustine or Jefferson.
9 11; house, East Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Nacogdoches, Marshall, San Augustine or Jefferson.
10 12; house, East Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Nacogdoches, Marshall, San Augustine or Jefferson.
11 13; house, East Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Nacogdoches, Marshall, San Augustine or Jefferson.
12 14; house, East Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Nacogdoches, Marshall, San Augustine or Jefferson.
13 15, 16 [2 prints]; house, East Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly San Augustine, Hempstead (Liendo), or Houston.
14 17-18; house, East-Southeast Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly San Augustine, Hempstead (Liendo), or Houston.
15 19; house, East-Southeast Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly San Augustine, Hempstead (Liendo), or Houston.
16 20; house, East Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Nacogdoches, Marshall, San Augustine or Jefferson.
17 21; house East-Southeast Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly San Augustine, Hempstead (Liendo), or Houston.
18 22-23; house East-Southeast Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly San Augustine, Hempstead (Liendo), or Houston.
19 24 [2 prints]; house East Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Nacogdoches, Marshall, San Augustine or Jefferson.
20 25; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Fredericksburg, Castroville, or San Antonio.
21 26-27; house, East-Southeast Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly San Augustine, Hempstead (Liendo), or Houston.
22 28 [3 prints]; house, East-Southeast Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly San Augustine, Hempstead (Liendo), or Houston.
23 29-30; house East-Southeast Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly San Augustine, Hempstead (Liendo), or Houston.
24 31 [print missing], 32; house, East-Southeast Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly San Augustine, Hempstead (Liendo), or Houston.
25 33, [2 prints], 34 [print missing]; house, East-Southeast Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly San Augustine, Hempstead (Liendo), or Houston.
26 35; house, East-Southeast Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly San Augustine, Hempstead (Liendo), or Houston.
27 36-37; house, East-Southeast Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly San Augustine, Hempstead (Liendo), or Houston.
28 38; house, East-Southeast Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly San Augustine, Hempstead (Liendo), or Houston.
29 39-40; house, East-Southeast Texas, exterior. Note: locations possibly San Augustine, Hempstead (Liendo), or Houston.
30 41-42; house, East Texas, exterior. Note: prints appear to have been cropped when compared to the negatives. One print could not be positively identified as 41 or 42.
31 43; house, East Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Huntsville, Hempstead, or Houston.
44; hotel, East Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Huntsville, Hempstead, or Houston.
box folder
2 32 45; house, Southeast- East Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly San Augustine, Hempstead (Liendo), or Houston.
33 46; house, San Augustine, exterior. Note: Identification from the verso of original Williams print.
33 47; house, Southeast- East Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly San Augustine, Hempstead (Liendo), or Houston.
34 48; house, Southeast- East Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly San Augustine, Hempstead (Liendo), or Houston.
35 49-50, 50A [print only, negative missing]; house, Southeast- East Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly San Augustine, Hempstead (Liendo), or Houston.
36 51-52; house, Northeast and Northwest Texas, exterior
37 53-54; house, Northeast and Northwest Texas, exterior
38 55; house, San Augustine, exterior
39 56; house, East Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Daingerfield, Jefferson, Marshall or Nacodoches.
40 57; church, East Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Daingerfield, Jefferson, Marshall or Nacodoches.
41 58; house, East Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Daingerfield, Jefferson, Marshall or Nacodoches.
42 59; house, Northeast and Northwest Texas, exterior
43 60; house, Northeast and Northwest Texas, exterior
44 61; house, East Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Daingerfield, Jefferson, Marshall or Nacodoches.
45 62; house, East Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Daingerfield, Jefferson, Marshall or Nacodoches.
46 63; house, East Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Daingerfield, Jefferson, Marshall or Nacodoches.
47 64; house, East Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Daingerfield, Jefferson, Marshall or Nacodoches.
48 65; house, East Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Daingerfield, Jefferson, Marshall or Nacodoches.
49 66-67; house, East Texas, exterior. #66 print may be cropped. Note: locations possibly Daingerfield, Jefferson, Marshall or Nacodoches.
50 68-69; house, East Texas, exterior. Note: locations possibly Daingerfield, Jefferson, Marshall or Nacodoches.
51 70; house, East Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Daingerfield, Jefferson, Marshall or Nacodoches.
52 71; house, East Texas, exterior. Print may be cropped. Note: location possibly Daingerfield, Jefferson, Marshall or Nacodoches.
53 72; house, East Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Daingerfield, Jefferson, Marshall or Nacodoches.
54 73; house, East Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Daingerfield, Jefferson, Marshall or Nacodoches.
55 74; house, East Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Daingerfield, Jefferson, Marshall or Nacodoches.
56 75; house, East Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Daingerfield, Jefferson, Marshall or Nacodoches.
57 76; house, East Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Daingerfield, Jefferson, Marshall or Nacodoches.
58 77; house, East Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Daingerfield, Jefferson, Marshall or Nacodoches.
59 78; house, East Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Daingerfield, Jefferson, Marshall or Nacodoches.
60 79; house, East Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Daingerfield, Jefferson, Marshall or Nacodoches.
61 80; house, East Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Daingerfield, Jefferson, Marshall or Nacodoches.
62 81; retail store, East Texas, exterior. Print may be cropped. Note: location possibly Daingerfield, Jefferson, Marshall or Nacodoches.
63 82-83; house, East Texas, exterior. #83 print may be cropped. Note: location possibly Daingerfield, Jefferson, Marshall or Nacodoches.
64 84; house, East Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Daingerfield, Jefferson, Marshall or Nacodoches.
65 85; house, East Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Daingerfield, Jefferson, Marshall or Nacodoches.
66 86; church, East Texas, exterior. Print cropped around edges. Note: location possibly Daingerfield, Jefferson, Marshall or Nacodoches.
67 87-88; church, East Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Daingerfield, Jefferson, Marshall or Nacodoches.
68 89; car and landscape, East Texas. Note: location possibly Daingerfield, Jefferson, Marshall or Nacodoches.
69 90; house, East Texas, exterior. Print may be cropped. Note: location possibly Daingerfield, Jefferson, Marshall or Nacodoches.
70 91; house, East Texas or West, exterior
92; church, San Augustine, exterior. Note: location possibly San Augustine.
box folder
2 71 93; house, San Augustine, exterior
72 94; church, no geographic id., interior
73 95; church, East Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Daingerfield, Jefferson, Marshall or Nacodoches.
74 96 [2 prints]; house, East or West Texas, exterior.
75 97; house, East Texas, exterior
76 98-99 [2 prints each?]; Central Texas, exterior. Prints may be cropped. Note: location possibly Fredericksburg.
77 100; no geographic id., exterior
78 101 [2 prints]; house, Central Texas, exterior. Print may be cropped. Note: location possibly Fredericksburg, Castroville, or San Antonio.
79 102; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Fredericksburg, Castroville, or San Antonio.
80 103 [2 prints]; house, Central Texas, exterior. Print is cropped at one edge. Note: location possibly Fredericksburg, Castroville, or San Antonio.
81 104 [2 prints]; house, Georgetown, exterior.
82 105; house, no geographic id., exterior
83 106; church, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Fredericksburg, Castroville, or San Antonio.
84 107; church, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Fredericksburg, Castroville, or San Antonio.
85 108; church, no geographic id., exterior
86 109 [2 prints]; house, no geographic id., exterior. One print is cropped.
87 110 [2 prints]; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Fredericksburg, Castroville, or San Antonio.
88 111; retail, no geographic id., exterior
89 112; retail store, Austin, exterior
90 113; retail, no geographic id., exterior. Print is cropped.
91 114; retail, no geographic id., exterior
92 115-116; house, Central Texas, exterior. Prints are cropped. Note: location possibly Fredericksburg, Castroville, or San Antonio.
93 117 [2 prints]; house, no geographic id., exterior. Includes 2 prints.
94 118 [print only, missing negative], 118A [negative only, missing print]; house, Central Texas, exterior
box folder
3 1 119; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Fredericksburg, Castroville, or San Antonio.
2 120; house, no geographic id., exterior. Print may be cropped. Note: location possibly Fredericksburg, Castroville, or San Antonio.
3 121; house, Fredericksburg, exterior kiehne
4 122 [2 prints]; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Fredericksburg, Castroville, or San Antonio. Verso shows “Just out of Comfort on the Hwy to Kerrville. Ask Guido Ransleben who original owner was- house has been completely altered.”
5 123 [2 prints]; Ursuline Academy, San Antonio, exterior.
6 124 [2 prints]; house, Belton, exterior. Print may be cropped.
7 125 [2 prints]; house; no geographic id., exterior.
8 126; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Fredericksburg, Castroville, or San Antonio. Identification possibly Staudt “Sunday House”, 512 W. Creek St., Fredericksburg, TX.
127 [print only, missing negative]; house, no geographic id., exterior.. Note: location possibly Fredericksburg, Castroville, or San Antonio. Identification possibly Staudt “Sunday House”, 512 W. Creek St., Fredericksburg, TX.
box folder
3 9 128; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Fredericksburg, Castroville, or San Antonio.
10 129, 130 [print only, missing negative]; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Fredericksburg, Castroville, or San Antonio.
11 131 [2 prints]; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Fredericksburg, Castroville, or San Antonio.
12 132 [2 prints]; house, no geographic id., exterior
13 133; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Fredericksburg, Castroville, or San Antonio.
14 134; house, no geographic id., exterior
15 135; house, San Antonio, exterior. Williams' identification: “Here are nicely moulded casings, a carefully proportioned porch cornice, and a delicately moulded door. The casements are found wherever the Alsatians settled.”
16 136; house, no geographic id., exterior
17 137 [print only, negative missing]; house, San Antonio, exterior. Williams' identification of location.
18 138; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Fredericksburg, Castroville, or San Antonio.
19 139; house, Austin, exterior. Note: location identified by E. George.
20 140; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Fredericksburg, Castroville, or San Antonio.
21 141; house & person, no geographic id., David R. Williams, exterior. Print is cropped.
22 142; house, no geographic id., exterior. Print is cropped.
23 143; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Fredericksburg, Castroville, or San Antonio.
24 144; house, no geographic id., exterior. Print may be cropped.
25 145; house, no geographic id., exterior
26 146; house, no geographic id., exterior. Print may be cropped.
27 147; house, no geographic id., exterior. Print may be cropped.
28 148; house, no geographic id., exterior. Print may be cropped.
29 149; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Fredericksburg, Castroville, or San Antonio.
30 150 [2 prints]; house, no geographic id., exterior. Print is cropped.
31 151; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Fredericksburg, Castroville, or San Antonio.
32 152 [2 prints]; house, Central Texas, exterior. One print may be cropped. Note: location possibly Fredericksburg, Castroville, or San Antonio.
33 153 [2 prints]; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Fredericksburg, Castroville, or San Antonio.
34 154 [negative only]; 154a [negative only] (1 print has yet to be identified as 154 or 154A); house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Fredericksburg, Castroville, or San Antonio.
35 155 [2 prints]; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Fredericksburg, Castroville, or San Antonio.
36 156; house, no geographic id., exterior
37 157; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Fredericksburg, Boerne or Kerrville.
38 158; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Fredericksburg, Boerne or Kerrville.
39 159 [2 prints]; house, Fredericksburg (?), exterior
40 160 [2 prints]; house, Central Texas, exterior. Williams' identified as San Antonio. Note: George identified as possibly Fredericksburg or Austin?
41 161; house (?), Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Fredericksburg, Boerne or Kerrville.
42 162 [print shows a scratch that is not on the negative]; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Fredericksburg, Boerne or Kerrville.
43 163; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Fredericksburg, Boerne or Kerrville.
44 164; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Fredericksburg, Boerne or Kerrville.
45 165; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Fredericksburg, Boerne or Kerrville.
46 166; retail (?), Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Fredericksburg, Boerne or Kerrville.
47 167 [2 prints]; house, Fredericksburg, exterior. Williams' identified as Fredericksburg.
48 168; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Fredericksburg, Boerne or Kerrville.
49 169; commercial, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Fredericksburg, Boerne or Kerrville.
50 170; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Fredericksburg, Boerne or Kerrville.
51 171 [2 prints]; house, Fredericksburg, exterior. Note: location possibly Fredericksburg, Boerne or Kerrville.
52 172; cafe/gas station, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Fredericksburg, Boerne or Kerrville.
53 173; commercial building, Central Texas, exterior. Williams' identification is Boerne. Note: George believes location is possibly Fredericksburg, Boerne or Kerrville.
54 174; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Fredericksburg, Boerne or Kerrville.
55 175; building, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Fredericksburg, Boerne or Kerrville.
56 176; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Fredericksburg, Boerne or Kerrville.
57 177; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Fredericksburg, Boerne or Kerrville.
58 178a, 178b; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Fredericksburg, Boerne or Kerrville.
59 179; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Fredericksburg, Boerne or Kerrville.
60 180 [2 prints]; house, Fredericksburg, exterior
61 181; commercial building, Fredericksburg, exterior
62 182; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Fredericksburg, Boerne or Kerrville.
63 183; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Fredericksburg, Boerne or Kerrville.
64 184; house, Fredericksburg, exterior. Note: location possibly Fredericksburg, Boerne or Kerrville.
65 185; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Fredericksburg, Boerne or Kerrville.
66 186; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Fredericksburg, Boerne or Kerrville.
67 187 [print only, no negative]; house, San Antonio, exterior
68 188; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Fredericksburg, Boerne or Kerrville.
69 189; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Fredericksburg, Boerne or Kerrville.
70 190; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Fredericksburg, Boerne or Kerrville.
71 191; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Fredericksburg, Boerne or Kerrville.
72 192 [print only, no negative]; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Fredericksburg, Boerne or Kerrville.
73 193; house, Fredericksburg, exterior. Identified by Williams. Note: George believes location possibly Fredericksburg, Boerne or Kerrville.
74 194; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Fredericksburg, Boerne or Kerrville.
75 195; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Fredericksburg, Boerne or Kerrville.
76 196; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Fredericksburg, Boerne or Kerrville.
77 197; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Fredericksburg, Boerne or Kerrville.
78 198; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Fredericksburg, Boerne or Kerrville.
79 199; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Fredericksburg, Boerne or Kerrville.
80 200; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Fredericksburg, Boerne or Kerrville.
81 201, 202 [missing negative]; house, Fredericksburg, exterior. Print 201 seems to have been cropped a lot - so much so that it can not positively be identified as being printed from negative 201. Note: George believes location is possibly Fredericksburg, Boerne or Kerrville.
82 203 [2 prints]; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Fredericksburg, Castroville, or San Antonio.
83 204 [2 prints], 205 [2 prints]; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Fredericksburg, Castroville, or San Antonio.
84 206; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Fredericksburg, Boerne or Kerrville.
85 207 [2 prints]; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Fredericksburg, Castroville, or San Antonio.
86 208; house, horse and carriage, San Antonio, exterior. Print cropped. December 1923
87 209 [3 prints]; house, San Antonio, exterior
88 210 [2 prints]; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Fredericksburg, Castroville, or San Antonio.
89 211 [2 prints]; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Fredericksburg, Castroville, or San Antonio.
90 212; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Fredericksburg, Castroville, or San Antonio.
91 213 [2 prints]; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Fredericksburg, Castroville, or San Antonio.
92 214 [2 prints]; house, San Antonio, exterior. Print may be cropped. Note: George believes location is possibly Fredericksburg, Castroville, or San Antonio.
93 215; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Fredericksburg, Castroville, or San Antonio.
94 216; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Fredericksburg, Castroville, or San Antonio.
95 217 [2 prints]; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Fredericksburg, Castroville, or San Antonio.
96 218 [2 prints]; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Fredericksburg, Castroville, or San Antonio.
97 219; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Fredericksburg, Castroville, or San Antonio.
98 220 [2 prints]; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Fredericksburg, Castroville, or San Antonio.
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4 1 221 [2 prints]; retail (?), no geographic id., exterior
2 222; Major A.J. Rose House, Salado, exterior. Note: identified by John C. Garner, Jr. TAS Code no. Be S6
3 223; bell, church--1837 in old Independence, the first capitol of the republic, exterior. Note: identified by John C. Garner, Jr.
4 224; building (school?), Independence, exterior. Note: identified by John C. Garner, Jr.
5 225; Stagecoach Inn, Independence, exterior
6 226; building, Independence, exterior
7 227; house, Independence, exterior
8 228-229; house, Independence, exterior
9 230, 231 [negative has small tear]; house, Independence, exterior
10 232 [2 prints - was negative trimmed slightly after older print was made? New print is cropped]; house, Central Texas, exterior
11 233 [2 prints]; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Fredericksburg, Castroville, or San Antonio.
12 234 [2 prints]; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Independence, Fredericksburg, Castroville, or Austin.
13 235 [2 prints]; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Independence, Fredericksburg, Castroville, or Austin.
14 236 [2 prints]; school or church, no geographic id., exterior
15 237 [2 prints]; restaurant, no geographic id., exterior
16 238 [2 prints]; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Independence, Fredericksburg, Castroville, or Austin.
17 239; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Fredericksburg, Castroville, or San Antonio.
18 240; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Fredericksburg, Castroville, or San Antonio.
19 241 [2 prints]; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Fredericksburg, Castroville, or San Antonio.
20 242, 243, 243A; commercial building, Corpus Christi, exterior
21 244; house, Corpus Christi, exterior
22 245 [2 prints]; house, Corpus Christi, exterior
23 246; commercial building, Corpus Christi, exterior
24 247; house, Corpus Christi, exterior
25 248; house, San Antonio (?), exterior
26 249 [2 prints]; restaurant, Fredericksburg or San Antonio, exterior
27 250; future home of the San Fernando School, San Antonio, exterior
28 251-252; commercial building, San Antonio, exterior
29 253; commercial building, San Antonio, exterior
30 254 [2 prints]; building, San Antonio, exterior
31 255; church, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Waco, Moody, Belton, Lampassas or Georgetown.
32 256-257; building, near Moody, exterior
33 258; building, near Moody, exterior
34 259 [2 prints], 259A [print only, negative missing]; Nelson Merrill House, Round Rock, exterior
35 260; Pease Mansion, Austin, exterior
36 261; Neill-Cochran House, Austin, exterior. Note: “2310 San Gabriel”
37 262 [2 prints]; McKie House, Salado, exterior. Note: identified by John C. Garner, Jr. TAS Code no. Be S-5.
38 263; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Austin, Round Rock or Salado.
39 264; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Austin, Round Rock or Salado.
40 265 [3 prints - 2 of which seem to show more of the image than the negative. Was the negative trimmed?]; Nelson Merrill House, Round Rock, exterior. Note: verso of print reads “Round Rock 1865”.
41 266, 267 [2 prints]; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Austin, Round Rock or Salado.
42 268; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Austin, Round Rock or Salado.
43 269; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Austin, Round Rock or Salado.
44 270; house, Central Texas, exterior. Williams identified as Austin. Note: George believes location is possibly Austin, Round Rock or Salado.
45 271 [2 prints]; house, Central Texas, exterior. Williams identified as San Antonio, George identified as Austin.
46 272; house, Austin, exterior. Print is cropped.
47 273; buildings, Central Texas, exterior. Note: identified by John C. Garner Jr. as Waco to Austin.
48 274; building, Central Texas, exterior. Note: identified by John C. Garner Jr. as Waco to Austin.
49 275; building, Central Texas, exterior. Note: identified by John C. Garner Jr. as Waco to Austin.
50 276 [2 prints]; house, Austin, exterior. Note: identified by John C. Garner Jr. as Austin.
51 277 [2 prints]; house, Austin, exterior. Note: identified by John C. Garner Jr. as Austin.
52 278 [2 prints]; house, Austin, exterior. Note: George believes the location is possibly Austin.
53 279 [2 prints]; 280; house, Austin, exterior. Note: George believes the location is possibly Austin.
54 281; building, Austin, exterior. Note: George believes the location is possibly Austin.
55 282; house, Waco, exterior
56 283; house, no geographic id., exterior
284; Pease Mansion, Austin, exterior
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4 57 285; Neill Cochran House, Austin, exterior. Note: both George and Garner claim it is 2310 San Gabriel, Austin.
58 286; Neill Cochran House, Austin, exterior
59 287; house, Austin, exterior
60 288; Governor's Mansion, Austin, exterior
61 289-290; Governor's Mansion, Austin, exterior. Note: 290 is the same as 731 (which is glued to the verso of 729).
62 291 [2 prints]; Governor's Mansion, Austin, exterior. Note: 291 is the same as 730.
63 292; building, San Antonio, exterior
293; Governor's Mansion, Austin, exterior
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4 64 294; building, Austin, exterior
65 295 [2 prints]; house, Austin, exterior. Note: George believes this to be the old house on west side of 1500 block of Colorado Street, Austin.
66 296 [2 prints]; Hofheinz Store, Austin, exterior. Note: 3rd and Red River Streets.
67 297; house, Austin, exterior
68 298; Nat Raymond House, Austin, exterior. Note: Speedway and 24th Street.
69 299; building, Austin, exterior
70 300; house, Austin, exterior
71 301; house, Austin or San Antonio, exterior
72 302-303; “Bellevue” Major Ira H. Evans Home, Austin, exterior. 302 print is cropped.
73 304, 305 [negative missing]; house, East Texas, exterior
74 306 [2 prints]; house, East Texas, exterior
75 307 [3 prints]; house, East Texas, exterior
76 308 [2 prints], 309 [2 prints]; house, East Texas, exterior
77 310 [2 prints]; house, East Texas, exterior
78 311; house, East Texas, exterior
79 312 [2 prints]; house, East Texas, exterior
80 313 [2 prints]; house, East Texas, exterior
81 314 [2 prints]; house, East Texas, exterior
82 315 [2 prints]; house, East Texas, exterior
83 316; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Waco, Moody, Belton, Lampassas or Georgetown.
84 317 [2 prints]; house, no geographic id., exterior
85 318 [2 prints]; house, East Texas, exterior. One print is cropped.
86 319 [2 prints]; synagogue, Jefferson, exterior
87 320; house, East Texas, exterior
88 321 [2 prints]; building, no geographic id., exterior
89 322 [2 prints]; building, Round Rock, exterior. One print is printed in reverse.
90 323 [2 prints]; building, no geographic id., exterior
91 324 [2 prints]; house, East Texas, exterior
92 325 [2 prints]; house, East Texas, exterior
93 326 [2 prints]; house, East Texas, exterior
94 327 [2 prints]; house, East Texas, exterior
95 328; church, East Texas, exterior
96 329; [Stagecoach Inn, Independence, exterior]
97 330; house, East Texas, exterior
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5 1 331; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Waco, Moody, Belton, Lampassas or Georgetown.
2 332; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Waco, Moody, Belton, Lampassas or Georgetown.
3 333; house, no geographic id., exterior
4 334; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Waco, Moody, Belton, Lampassas or Georgetown.
5 335 [2 prints]; Neill Cochran House, Austin, exterior. Note: San Gabriel Street. Abner Cooke, Architect.
6 336; house, Waco, exterior. Note: identified by John C. Garner Jr.
7 337; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Waco, Moody, Belton, Lampassas or Georgetown.
8 338; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Waco, Moody, Belton, Lampassas or Georgetown. Most likely Waco.
9 339A; buildings, Waco, exterior
10 339B; building and part of bridge, Waco, exterior
11 340; building, Waco, exterior
12 341; house, Central Texas, exterior
13 342; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Waco, Moody, Belton, Lampassas or Georgetown.
14 343; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Waco, Moody, Belton, Lampassas or Georgetown.
15 344; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Waco, Moody, Belton, Lampassas or Georgetown.
16 345; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Waco, Moody, Belton, Lampassas or Georgetown.
17 346; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Waco, Moody, Belton, Lampassas or Georgetown.
18 347; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Waco, Moody, Belton, Lampassas or Georgetown.
19 348; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Waco, Moody, Belton, Lampassas or Georgetown.
20 349; house, Central Texas, exterior
21 350; building, East Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Waco, Moody, Belton, Lampassas or Georgetown.
22 351; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Waco, Moody, Belton, Lampassas or Georgetown.
23 352; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Waco, Moody, Belton, Lampassas or Georgetown.
24 353; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Waco, Moody, Belton, Lampassas or Georgetown.
25 354; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Waco, Moody, Belton, Lampassas or Georgetown.
26 355; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Waco, Moody, Belton, Lampassas or Georgetown.
27 356 [2 prints]; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Waco, Moody, Belton, Lampassas or Georgetown.
28 357A [2 prints, missing negative?]; 357B; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Waco, Moody, Belton, Lampassas or Georgetown.
29 358; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Waco, Moody, Belton, Lampassas or Georgetown.
30 359A [2 prints]; 359B; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Waco, Moody, Belton, Lampassas or Georgetown.
31 360; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Waco, Moody, Belton, Lampassas or Georgetown. Print is cropped.
32 361A [print is cropped]; 361B house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Waco, Moody, Belton, Lampassas or Georgetown.
33 362A; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Waco, Moody, Belton, Lampassas or Georgetown.
34 362B; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Waco, Moody, Belton, Lampassas or Georgetown.
35 363-364; church, Castroville, exterior. Identified by Williams. Note: George also believes it as Castroville.
36 365; building, Castroville, exterior. Identified by Williams. Note: George also believes it as Castroville. Print is cropped.
37 366; building, Castroville, exterior. Identified by Williams. Note: George also believes it as Castroville.
38 367; building, Castroville, exterior. Identified by Williams. Note: George also believes it as Castroville.
39 368; house, Castroville, exterior. Identified by Williams. Note: George also believes it as Castroville.
40 369; building, Castroville, exterior. Identified by Williams. Note: George also believes it as Castroville.
41 370; house, San Antonio, exterior. Identified by Williams.
42 371; house, Austin or Castroville, exterior
43 372; house, no geographic id., exterior
44 373; house, Castroville, exterior. Identified by Williams. Note: George also believes it as Castroville.
45 374; house, Castroville, exterior. Identified by Williams. Note: George also believes it as Castroville.
46 375; house, Castroville, exterior
47 376; house, Castroville, exterior
48 377; house, Fredericksburg, exterior
49 378; house, Castroville, exterior
50 379; building, Castroville, exterior
51 380; house, Castroville or San Antonio, exterior
52 381; building, Castroville, exterior
53 382; building, Castroville, exterior
54 383; house, Castroville, exterior
55 384 [2 prints]; house, East Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Huntsville, Hempstead or Houston.
56 385; building, East Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Huntsville, Hempstead or Houston.
56 386; hotel, East Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Huntsville, Hempstead or Houston.
57 387 [print only, missing negative], 388 [print only, missing negative]; hotel, no geographic id., exterior. Same building as 386?
58 389 [print only, missing negative], 390 [print only, missing negative]; hotel, no geographic id., exterior
59 391-392; Old Baylor College ruins, Independence, exterior
60 393-394; Old Baylor College ruins, Independence, exterior
61 395; Stagecoach Inn, Independence, exterior
62 396; C.F.Toulson House, Independence, exterior
63 397; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Independence, Huntsville, Hempstead or Houston.
64 398; building, New Braunfels, exterior
65 399; building, New Braunfels, exterior
66 400; building, New Braunfels, exterior
67 401; house, New Braunfels, exterior
68 402; house, New Braunfels, exterior
69 403 [print only, no negative]; shelf in early Texas, old Lewis Town House near Cherry Springs, interior. Same as 963. Print verso: NYA file S-455, 1/11/40.
69 404 [print only, no negative]; early Texas items, near Cherry Springs, interior. Same as 964. Print verso: NYA file S-455, 1/11/40.
70 405 [print only, no negative]; early Texas clothes closet, old Lewis Town House, near Cherry Springs, interior. Same as 969. Print verso: NYA file S-455, 1/11/40.
70 406 [print only, no negative]; rat trap, old Lewis Town House, near Cherry Springs, interior. Same as 968. Print verso: NYA file S-455, 1/11/40.
71 407 [print only, no negative]; early Texas table, old Lewis Town House, near Cherry Springs, interior. Same as 970. Print verso: NYA file S-455, 1/11/40.
71 408 [print only, no negative]; porch detail, old Lewis Town House, near Cherry Springs, exterior. Same as 971. Print verso: NYA file S-455, 1/11/40.
72 409 [print only, no negative]; early Texas table and chair, old Lewis Town house, near Cherry Springs, interior. Same as 966. Print verso: NYA file S-455, 1/11/40.
72 410 [print only, no negative]; early Texas door and chair, old Lewis Town house, near Cherry Springs, exterior. Same as 965. Print verso: NYA file S-455, 1/11/40.
73 411 [print only, no negative]; double panel door and small wash stool, old Lewis Ranch house, near Cherry Springs, exterior. Same as 962. Print verso: NYA file S-455, 1/11/40.
73 412 [print only, no negative]; detail of spool bed, old Lewis house, near Cherry Springs, interior. Same as 967. Print verso: NYA file S-455, 1/11/40.
74 413 [print only, no negative]; southeast elevation of old Metzger home, Quihi, exterior. Same as 975. Print verso: NYA file S-453, 1/10/40.
74 414 [print only, no negative]; stone court detail of old Metzger home, Quihi, exterior. Same as 977. See print for additional information. Print verso: NYA file S-453, 1/10/40.
75 415 [print only, no negative]; stone detail, quoin detail and basement ventilator, old Metzger home, Quihi, exterior. Same as 978. Print verso: NYA file S-453, 1/10/40.
75 416 [print only, no negative]; detail of stone door step and shoe mud scraper, old Metzger home, Quihi, exterior. Same as 976. Print verso: NYA file S-453, 1/10/40.
76 417 [print only, no negative]; window, door and corner details, old Metzger home, Quihi, exterior. Same as 974. Print verso: NYA file S-453, 1/10/40.
76 418 [print only, no negative]; Greek revival stone window details and stone quoins, old Metzger home, Quihi, exterior. Same as 980. Print verso: NYA file S-453, 1/10/40.
77 419 [print only, no negative]; detail of chimney structure, old Boehle house, Quihi, interior. Same as 973. Print verso: NYA file S-453, 1/10/40.
77 420 [print only, no negative]; closeup of old stool and sausage grinder, old Boehle house, exterior. Same as 979. Print verso: NYA file 5-453, 1/10/40.
78 421 [print only, no negative]; closeup of wagon passageway, old Boehle house, Quihi, exterior. Same as 981. Print verso: NYA file 5-453, 1/10/40.
78 422 [print only, no negative]; old Boehle house, Quihi, exterior. Same as 972. Print verso: NYA file 5-453, 1/10/40.
79 423 [print only, no negative]; old cupboard, old Boehme home, Rio Medina, interior. Same as 958. Print verso: NYA file 5-454, 1/10/40.
79 424 [print only, no negative]; old sausage grinder, old Boehme home, Rio Medina, exterior. Same as 955, 957.
80 425 [print only, no negative]; detail of log construction, old Boehme home, Rio Medina, exterior. Robert Boehme pictured. Same as 960.
80 426 [print only, no negative]; detail of log construction, old Boehme home, Rio Medina, exterior. Same as 959.
81 427 [print only, no negative]; old Boehme home, Rio Medina, exterior. Built by Frederick Boehme. See 956 and 961.
82 428; house, Castroville, exterior
83 429; house, Fredericksburg, exterior
84 430; house, Castroville, exterior
85 431; building, Castroville, exterior
86 432; church, Castroville, exterior
87 433 [2 prints]; house, Austin, exterior
88 434; house, San Antonio, exterior
89 435 [2 prints]; house, Austin or San Antonio, exterior
90 436; house, Austin, exterior
91 437; house, Austin, exterior
92 438 [2 prints]; William Gardner house, Austin, exterior
93 439-440; William Gardner house, Austin, exterior
94 441-442; William Gardner house, Austin, exterior
95 443; building, Austin, exterior
96 444; house, Austin, exterior
97 445; house, Austin, exterior
98 446 [2 prints]; house, Austin, exterior. Note: Swante Palm?
99 447 [2 prints]; Ducharmes-Palm house, Austin, exterior. Note: 209 E. 9th Street.
100 448 [2 prints]; French Legation, Austin, exterior
101 449-450; French Legation, Austin, exterior
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6 1 451-452; house, Austin, exterior. Note French Legation.
2 453-454; French Legation, Austin, exterior
3 455-456; French Legation, Austin, exterior
4 457; building, New Braunfels, exterior. Note: Klein House.
5 458-459; restaurant, San Antonio, exterior
6 460; commercial building, New Braunfels, exterior
7 461; building, exterior. Williams identified as San Antonio. Note: George identified as possibly New Braunfels.
8 462 [2 prints]; house, New Braunfels, exterior
9 463; house, New Braunfels, exterior
10 464-465; house, New Braunfels, exterior
11 466; house, New Braunfels, exterior. Identified by George.
12 467; house, New Braunfels, exterior
13 468; house, San Antonio, exterior. Identified by Williams.
14 469; house, no geographic id., exterior
15 470; house, no geographic id., exterior
16 471; house, no geographic id., exterior
17 472; commercial building, no geographic id., exterior
18 473; house, San Antonio, exterior
19 474; house, San Antonio, exterior. Identified by George.
20 475; Lewis House, San Antonio also Robert E. Lee's Drafting Room, Mexican War, exterior, 1849
21 476; house, San Antonio, exterior
22 477; house, San Antonio, exterior
23 478; building, no geographic id., exterior
24 479; building, San Antonio (?), exterior
25 480; building, San Antonio (?), exterior
26 481; house, San Antonio, exterior
27 482; Robert E. Lee's Drafting Room, Mexican War, San Antonio, exterior, 1849
28 483; building, no geographic id., exterior
29 484; building, no geographic id., exterior. Note: San Antonio.
30 485; building, San Antonio, exterior. Williams noted: the pediment is evidently an addition and the front windows have been raised from the floor. They, no doubt, were originally long casements.
31 486; building, no geographic id., exterior
32 487; building, no geographic id., exterior. Negative is spotted.
33 488; building, no geographic id., exterior
34 489; building, no geographic id., exterior
35 490; house, San Antonio, exterior
36 491; house, San Antonio, exterior
37 492; building, San Antonio, exterior
38 493; house, no geographic id., exterior
39 494; house, no geographic id., exterior
40 495; house, no geographic id., exterior
41 496; house, San Antonio, exterior. Williams identified.
42 497; house, San Antonio (?), exterior
43 498; Lewis House, San Antonio also Robert E. Lee's Drafting Room, Mexican War, exterior, 1849
44 499; house, San Antonio, exterior. Williams identified.
45 500-501; building, San Antonio (?), exterior
46 502; house, no geographic id., exterior
47 503; house, San Antonio, exterior
48 504; building, San Antonio, exterior
49 505; building, no geographic id., exterior
50 506; house, San Antonio, exterior
51 507; building, no geographic id., exterior
52 508; girl, no geographic id., exterior
53 509; St. Joseph's Church, San Antonio, exterior
54 510; building, no geographic id., exterior
55 511-512; Mission San Jose, San Antonio, exterior
56 513-514; Mission Concepcion, San Antonio, exterior
57 515; building, no geographic id., exterior. Print may be cropped.
58 516; house, no geographic id., exterior
59 517; buildings, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Fredericksburg, Castroville, or San Antonio.
60 518 [2 prints]; building, no geographic id., exterior
61 519; building, no geographic id., exterior
62 520 [print only, no negative]; building, no geographic id., exterior
63 521 [negative is spotted]; building, no geographic id., exterior
64 522; Moss House (?), Llano, exterior
65 523; building, no geographic id., exterior
66 524 [print is spotted and may be cropped]; building, no geographic id., exterior
67 525; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Fredericksburg, Castroville, or San Antonio.
68 526 [negative is missing part of its edge]; building, no geographic id., exterior
69 527-528; house, Central or Southwest Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly San Antonio, Medina or Rio Grande.
70 529 [negative is spotted]; house, Central or Southwest Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly San Antonio, Medina or Rio Grande.
71 530; house, Central or Southwest Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly San Antonio, Medina or Rio Grande.
72 531; house, no geographic id., exterior
73 532; house, Central or Southwest Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly San Antonio, Medina or Rio Grande.
74 533; house, Central or Southwest Texas, exterior
75 534 [print only, no negative]; house, San Antonio, exterior
76 535; house, San Antonio, exterior
77 536; building, Northeast and Northwest Texas, exterior
78 537; building, no geographic id., exterior
79 538; man on balcony in city, no geographic id.
80 539 [3 prints]; house, no geographic id., exterior
81 540; house, East Texas, exterior
82 541 [2 prints]; house, no geographic id., exterior
83 542; closeup of gravestones for Blount infants, no geographic id.
84 543-544; Mission San Jose, San Antonio, exterior
85 545-546; Mission San Jose, San Antonio, exterior
86 547-548; Mission San Jose, San Antonio
87 549; church seen from alley, no geographic id., exterior
88 550;? mission, exterior
89 551-552; Alamo, San Antonio, exterior
90 553-554; building, San Antonio, exterior. Identified by Williams. 1923
91 555-556; commercial building, San Antonio, exterior
92 557; commercial building, San Antonio, exterior
93 558; church, no geographic id., exterior
94 559; Navarro House, San Antonio, exterior
95 560; building, San Antonio, exterior
96 561; building, San Antonio, exterior. Identified by Williams.
97 562; building Martinez and South Alamo, San Antonio, exterior
98 563; house, San Antonio, exterior
99 564; house, San Antonio (?), exterior
100 565; building, no geographic id., exterior
101 566; commercial building, no geographic id., exterior
102 567; building, no geographic id., exterior
103 568; building, no geographic id., exterior
104 569; buildings along river, San Antonio. Identified by Williams. Same as 744. 1923.
105 570; building, Waco (?), exterior
106 571; Navarro Store and House, San Antonio, exterior
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7 1 572; house, no geographic id., exterior
2 573 [2 prints]; Pfeil House, Fredericksburg, exterior
3 574; building, Castroville, exterior. Note: Joseph Cane identified as Angelo and Madrid Streets.
4 575; building, no geographic id., exterior
5 576; house, no geographic id., exterior
6 577; house, Castroville, exterior
7 578; building, San Antonio, exterior
8 579; man on balcony in city, no geographic id.
9 580 [2 prints]; future home of the San Fernando School, San Antonio, exterior
10 581 [print only, no negative]; building, no geographic id., exterior
11 582 [negative spotted]; building, no geographic id., exterior
12 583 [negative spotted]; building, no geographic id., exterior
13 584-585; Mission Concepcion, San Antonio, exterior
14 586; house, Central Texas, exterior. Note: location possibly Fredericksburg, Castroville or San Antonio.
15 587; building, no geographic id., exterior
15 588; building, no geographic id., exterior. Note: location possibly Waco, Moody, Belton, Lampasas, or Georgetown.
16 589; no geographic id., exterior. Print may be cropped.
17 590 [2 prints]; house, no geographic id., exterior
18 591-592; Old German School, Austin, exterior. Williams identified as East 10th Street near Red River. “Raised cottage on the Colorado.”
19 593; house, East or Southeast Texas, exterior
19 594; house, East Texas, exterior
20 595; building, New Braunfels, exterior
20 596; church, Castroville, exterior
[597-599]: There are no photographs for these numbers.
Note: [600] Begins the numbering system assigned by the archives. These entries reflect prints only. Negatives will be noted when present.
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7 21 [600-602]; old Vance house, Castroville, exterior (1 of 5)
22 [603]; picture on wall, no geographic id., interior
22 [604]; chimney, old Vance house, Castroville, exterior
22 [605-606]; Deutsche Vereins Kirche, Fredericksburg, exterior (postcard). 606 is the same as 609.
22 [607] has a negative, [608] see negative for 650; church, Fredericksburg, exterior
22 [609]; Deutsche Vereins Kirche, Fredericksburg, exterior (postcard). 609 is the same as 606.
22 [610]; Ostrow Hotel, Fredericksburg, exterior (postcard). 610 is the same as 612.
22 [611]; house, Fredericksburg, exterior
22 [612]; Ostrow Hotel, Fredericksburg, exterior (postcard). 612 is the same as 610.
22 [613] see negative 656, see also 746; church, Fredericksburg, exterior
22 [614A] has a negative, [614B] see 668, see also 718; house, Fredericksburg, exterior
22 [615] see also 655, [616], [617] has a negative; house, Fredericksburg, exterior
22 [618] negative only, no print; house, exterior (2 of 5)
23 [619]; old St. Mary's Catholic Church, Fredericksburg, exterior
23 [620-633], [634A, 634B], [635-636]; artifacts, Pioneer Museum, Fredericksburg
23 [637]; Knopp Home, Keidal restoration group, Fredericksburg, interior
23 [638-639]; artifacts, Pioneer Museum, Fredericksburg
23 [640]; garden walks, Keidal restoration group, Fredericksburg, exterior
23 [641]; chair, Keidal restoration group, Fredericksburg, exterior
23 [642]; artifacts, Pioneer Museum, Fredericksburg
23 [643]; rocker, Keidal restoration group, Fredericksburg, exterior
23 [644-645]; artifacts, Pioneer Museum, Fredericksburg
23 [646-649]; old Vance house, Fredericksburg
23 [650] same as 608, [651-653] negatives only, no prints; no geographic id., exterior
23 [654]; old Vance house, Fredericksburg
23 [655-656] negatives only, no prints; no geographic id., exterior (3 of 5)
24 [657-658]; house, Castroville, exterior
24 [659] negative only, no print; no geographic id., exterior
24 [660] negative and print; house, no geographic id. Exterior
24 [661]; old Vance house, Fredericksburg, exterior
24 [662], [663] same as 673; old Knopp home, Keidal restoration group, Fredericksburg, exterior
24 [664]; artifact, Pioneer Museum, Fredericksburg
24 [665]; old Tatsch house, Fredericksburg, interior
24 [666]; Keidel restoration group, Fredericksburg, exterior
24 [667] negative and cropped print; doorway, San Antonio (?), exterior
24 [668] negative only, see also 614B and 718; [669]; double chimney detail, Fredericksburg, exterior
24 [670]; chairs, Pioneer Museum, Fredericksburg
24 [671]; Keidel restoration group, Fredericksburg, exterior
24 [672]; candleholder, Knopp home, Keidel restoration group, Fredericksburg
24 [673] see also 663; Knopp home, Keidel restoration group, Fredericksburg, exterior
24 [674]; house, Fredericksburg, exterior
24 [675]; Evans house, Fredericksburg, exterior
24 [676]; chairs, Pioneer Museum, Fredericksburg
24 [677]; Knopp home, Keidel restoration group, Fredericksburg, exterior
24 [678]; house where General Cos surrendered to Sam Houston, San Antonio, exterior
24 [679]; house, Castroville, exterior
24 [680] negative and print; [681-682] negatives only; chimney detail, Fredericksburg (?), exterior
24 [683] negative only; bridge, no geographic id.
24 [684-686] negatives and prints; chimney detail, Fredericksburg (?), exterior
24 [687] negative only; house, no geographic id., exterior
24 [688-690]; columns of the Women's College, the beginning of Baylor University, Independence, exterior. Includes a hand written note.
24 [691]; house, no geographic id., exterior
24 [692]; house, Independence, exterior
24 [693]; mill, Castroville, exterior
24 [694] negative and print, [695-697] houses, Castroville, exterior. 696 and 697 are duplicates.(4 of 5)
25 [698A-698B]; house, San Antonio, exterior
25 [699A-699B] prints and negative; house, Castroville, exterior
25 [700]; Pfeil house, Fredericksburg, exterior
25 [701], [702] see also 677; building, Fredericksburg, exterior
25 [703]; remains of house (two chimneys), no geographic id.
25 [704] negative only; house, no geographic id., exterior
25 [705-706]; church--1837 in old Independence, the first capitol of the republic, exterior. Includes a hand written note.
25 [707-708]; house, no geographic id., exterior
25 [709]; house, no geographic id., exterior
25 [710]; house, Castroville (?), exterior
25 [711]; building, no geographic id., exterior
25 [712]; house, no geographic id., exterior
25 [713]; house, no geographic id., exterior
25 [714]; house, no geographic id., exterior. Verso: “an old house”.
25 [715-716]; house, no geographic id., exterior. Note affixed: “Llano Co., Mason Co, or Gillespie Co.”
25 [717]; houses, no geographic id., exterior
25 [718] see also 668 and 614B; house, Fredericksburg, exterior (5 of 5)
26 [719]; house, Fredericksburg, exterior
26 [719v] pencil drawing on verso by sculptor Karl Milles
26 [720-725]; houses, Fredericksburg, exterior. Verso of 725 states “Nacogdocies”
27 [727] negative and print; house, San Antonio, exterior. Verso states: “Dec. 1923”.
27 [728] print is damaged; house, Austin, exterior. Verso states: “Sept. 1923(?)”
27 [729]; building, San Antonio, exterior
27 [730], [731] see also 290, [732]; Governor's Mansion, Austin, exterior (glued on back of #729). Verso states “1923”
27 [733]; stair detail, old Vance house, Castroville, exterior
27 [734] see also 659B; house, no geographic id., exterior
27 [735]; old wood tools, Pioneer Museum, Fredericksburg
27 [736]; garden gate, Keidel restoration group, Fredericksburg, exterior
27 [737-738]; artifacts, Pioneer Museum, Fredericksburg
27 [739]; Keidel restoration group, Fredericksburg, exterior
27 [740]; old wood tools, Pioneer Museum, Fredericksburg
27 [741-742]; Keidel restoration group, Fredericksburg,
27 [743]; stair detail, old Vance house, Castroville, exterior
27 [744] print and negative, see also 569; buildings on river, San Antonio, exterior
27 [745]; house, San Antonio, exterior
27 [745v]; pencil sketch
27 [746] see also 613 and 656; church, Fredericksburg, exterior
27 [747] negative only; house, no geographic id., exterior
28 [748] negative and print; house, New Iberia, Louisiana, exterior (shadows on the Teche)
28 [749] negative and 2 prints; Shelly House, Austin, exterior
28 [750-751] negatives and prints; houses, Central Texas, exterior
28 [752-766] all have negatives and prints; Mission Concepcion and Mission San Jose, San Antonio, exterior. 761 may be cropped.
28 [767-768] negatives and prints; churches, no geographic id., exterior
28 [769] negative and 2 prints, see also 869; building, no geographic id., exterior
28 [770] negative and print; doorway, Rio Grande Valley or West Texas, exterior
28 [771] negative and print; building, Rio Grande Valley or West Texas, exterior
28 [772] negative and print (cropped); building, Rio Grande Valley or West Texas, exterior
28 [773] negative and print; view of town, Rio Grande Valley or West Texas, exterior
28 [774] negative and print; buildings, Rio Grande Valley or West Texas, exterior
29 [775A, 775B]; old post office building, Fredericksburg, exterior
29 [776] print and negative; house, no geographic id., exterior (1 of 10)
30 [777-780] negatives only; Ford's Village, Detroit (?) [Greenfield Village], exteriors (2 of 10)
31 [781] see also 919; [782-784]; [785] see also 918; [786-787], [788] see also 947; [789-790], [791A], [791B], [792-798] negatives only; Louisiana, Kentucky, Ohio, Cranbrook (3 of 10)
32 [799-805] negatives only; Williamsburg, Virginia (4 of 10)
33 [806-817]; (negatives and photos) Charleston, South Carolina. 810 seems to be the same as 814. (5 of 10)
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8 1 [818-829]; buildings, Texas, exteriors (6 of 10)
2 [830-853]; houses, New England, Maine, Provincetown, exteriors (7 of 10)
3 [854]; house, Castroville, exterior
3 [855-858]; old [Casle] home, Castroville, exterior
3 [859-860] see also 776; house, Castroville, exterior (8 of 10)
4 [861A]; building, Royal Street, New Orleans, exterior
4 [861B, 861C]; unidentified images stuck to verso of 861A
4 [862]; house, Louisiana, exterior
4 [863]; Farm Bureau Federation, Louisiana, exterior
4 [864]; religious structure, Natchitoches, Louisiana, exterior
4 [865]; house, Natchitoches, Louisiana, exterior
4 [866]; building, no geographic id., exterior
4 [867]; church, no geographic id., exterior
4 [868]; buildings, Louisiana, exterior
4 [869] see also 769; building, Reynosa near the Mexican border, exterior (9 of 10)
5 [870-871], [872A] negative only, [872B]; building/details Blacksmith shop, Castroville, exterior
5 [873], [874] negative and print; house, Castroville, exterior
5 [875A-875B]; house being used for an art school, San Antonio, exterior. 875B is probably a cropped version of 875A. (10 of 10)
6 [876]; house, Castroville, exterior
6 [877]; house, East Austin, exterior (glued to back of #876)
[878-879]; houses, Castroville, exteriors
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8 6 [880]; buildings, Fredericksburg, exterior
7 [881]; sun room, Keidel restoration group, Fredericksburg, interior
7 [882]; double chimney, old Tatsch home, Fredericksburg, exterior
7 [883]; Knopp home, Keidel restoration group, Fredericksburg, exterior (1 of 3)
8 [884A, 884B-895] negatives only; no geographic id. 891 may be the same as 896.
8 [896]; Kiehne-Foerster house, Fredericksburg, exterior. 896 may be the same as 891.
8 [897-916] negatives and 1 print; no geographic id. (2 of 3)
9 [917]; building, New Orleans, exterior
9 [918] same as 785; [919] same as 781; house, Natchez, exterior
9 [920-923], [924] negative and 2 prints, [925-941]; houses/buildings/church, no geographic id., exterior. 920 and 921 may be te same print.
9 [942]; house, Louisiana, exterior
9 [943]; building, no geographic id., exterior
9 [944]; house (one time residence of the Houston family), no geographic id., exterior
9 [945]; house, Nachitoches, Louisiana, exterior
9 [946], [947] see also 788; buildings, no geographic id., exterior
9 [948]; hotel, Salado, exterior
9 [949-952]; buildings, no geographic id., exterior
9 [953]; Sam Houston's old home, Independence, exterior
9 [954]; house, no geographic id., exterior (3 of 3)
10 [955] see also 957A, 957B, 424; negative only; old sausage grinder, old Boehme home, Rio Medina
10 [956] see also 961A and 961B; negative only; house, no geographic id., exterior
10 [957A-957B] see also 955; old sausage grinder, old Boehme home, Rio Medina, interior
10 [958, 958A-958B] see also 423; old cupboard, old Boehme home, Rio Medina. See also Box 5 Museum artifacts for these objects.
10 [959, 959A, 959B] see also 426, [960, 960A, 960B] see also 425, [961A, 961B] see also 956 and 427; old Boehme home, Rio Medina, exterior
11 [962] copy negative only, see also 411, [962A-962B]; double panel door, old Lewis Ranch home, near Cherry Springs, exterior. Additional information written on verso of prints.
11 [963] copy negative only, see also 403, [963A-963B]; shelf, old Lewis Town home, near Cherry Springs, interior
11 [964] copy negative only, see also 404, [964A-964B]; artifacts, near Cherry Springs, interior
11 [965] copy negative only, see also 410, [965A-965B]; early Texas door, old Lewis Town home, near Cherry Springs, exterior
11 [966] copy negative only, see also 409, [966A-966B]; table and chair, old Lewis Ranch home, near Cherry Springs, exterior
11 [967] copy negative only, see also 412, [967A-967B]; detail of spool bed, old Lewis Ranch home, near Cherry Springs, exterior
11 [968] copy negative only, see also 406, [968A-968B]; rat trap, old Lewis Town home, near Cherry Springs, exterior
11 [969] copy negative only, see also 405, [969A-969B]; early Texas clothes closet, old Lewis Town home, near Cherry Springs, exterior
11 [970] copy negative only, see also 407, [970A-970B]; table, old Lewis Town home, near Cherry Springs, interior
11 [971] copy negative only, see also 408, [971A-971B]; porch detailed with original beams, old Lewis Town home, near Cherry Springs, exterior
12 [972] copy negative only, see also 422, [972A-972B]; old Boehle home, Quihi, exterior
12 [973] copy negative only, see also 419, [973A-973B]; chimney structure, old Boehle house, Quihi
12 [974] copy negative only, see also 417, [974A-974B]; [975] copy negative only, see also 413, [975A-975B]; [976] copy negative only, see also 416, [976A-976B]; [977] copy negative only, see also 414, [977A-977B]; [978] copy negative only, see also 415, [978A-978B]; details, old Metzger home, Quihi, exteriors
12 [979] copy negative only, see also 420, [979A-979B]; stool and sausage grinder, old Boehle house, Quihi, exterior
12 [980] copy negative only, see also 418, [980A-980B]; old Metzger home, Quihi, exterior
12 [981] copy negative only, see also 421, [981A-981B]; wagon passageway, old Boehle home, Quihi, exterior
13 [982-986]; houses, Castroville, exterior
13 [987]; church, Castroville, exterior
13 [988]; house, Lafayette, Louisiana, exterior (glued to back of #987)
13 [989]; house, Castroville, exterior
13 [990]; church, Castroville, exterior
14 [991]; house, Castroville, exterior (sketch on verso)
14 [992]; Lewis house, San Antonio, exterior (sketch of Lt. Robert E. Lee's Drafting Room)
14 [993]; Joseph Carle house, Castroville, exterior
14 [994]; house, Castroville, exterior. Verso shows notes.
14 [995]; church, Castroville, exterior. Verso shows notes.
14 [996A-996C]; old St. Mary's dormitory, Castroville, exterior
14 [997]; Nimitz Hotel, Fredericksburg, exterior
14 [998]; ruin, Belton, exterior. Verso shows notes.
14 [999-1000]; Robert E. Lee's Drafting Room, Mexican War, San Antonio, exterior. Verso shows notes. 1849
14 [1001]; house, San Antonio, exterior. Verso shows notes.
14 [1002]; building, Waco, exterior
14 [1003]; staircase, Louisiana, interior (glued to verso of 1002)
14 [1004]; staircase, Austin, interior (glued to verso of 1002)
14 [1005]; Neill Cochran house, Austin, exterior
14 [1006-1007]; house, no geographic id., exterior
14 [1008], [1009] see also 1012; houses, Austin, exterior
14 [1010]; Williams house, where Houston lived for a while, old Independence, exterior
14 [1011]; Evans home, Corpus Christi, exterior
14 [1012] see also 1009; house, no geographic id., exterior
14 [1013]; English hermit's house, Castroville, exterior. Verso shows notes.



 

Series G: Clippings

Series Abstract
The Clippings series contains copies of news about Williams: personal information, true adventure, gossip, features on his architectural design work, articles about his study of regional architecture and several obituaries. Files are arranged chronologically.
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9 1 Clippings: not dated
2 Clippings: 1918
3 Clippings: December 1927-November 1929
4 Clippings: October 1930-May 1939
5 Clippings: July 1940-February 1949
6 Clippings: February 1950-May 1962
7 Clippings: Williams' obituaries, March 1962
8 Clipping: May 1967



 

Series H: Periodicals

Series Abstract
The Periodicals series contains volumes of journals that feature articles by Williams.
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9 9 Williams, David R., “Seaplane bases building.” National Aeronatics (May 1939).
10 Williams, David R., “NYA aids Aviation.” National Aeronatics (September 1939).
11 Williams, David R., “Toward a Southwestern Architecture.” Southwest Review (Spring 1931), 2 copies (1 signed by Mrs. Lyle Williams and 1 signed by David R. Williams for Mary Bowman)
12 Williams, David R., “Architecture of Early Texas.” Southwestern Architect 1 (December 1927): p. 5-7.
13 Williams, David R., “An Indigenous Architecture.” Texas Architect (March 1960): p. 4-7.