2315 Fannin St. – Houston

Built early 1950s; demolished ~1998

 

From a July 1953 advertisement in Houston magazine:

Here is an ideal location for an insurance or general business office that is now available on a minimum five year lease. This is an architect’s drawing of planned facade; owner will remodel completely. Present building, 40 x 100 feet, one story, hollow tile.

 

2315 Fannin St. - Houston TX

Stamford Motor Inn

1209 E. Main St. – Stamford CT (build date unknown; currently America’s Best Value Inn)

 

Advertisement from the 1968 Hotel & Motel Red Book (rates $11-22):

Stamford Motor Inn - Stamford CT

 

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Continental Hyatt House – Hollywood

8401 Sunset Blvd. – Hollywood CA (built 1962; also Gene Autry’s Hotel Continental)

 

Advertisement from the 1968 Hotel & Motel Red Book (rates $15-25):

Continental Hyatt House - Hollywood CA

 

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1817 Rosedale St. – Houston

Built 1930; demolished 2008; more of the changing landscape around the museum district, from duplex to townhomes:

1817 Rosedale St. - Houston TX

 

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League City School

400 S. Kansas Ave. – League City TX (built 1938; architect: R.G. Schneider; now Clear Path Alternative School)

 

The Portal to Texas History contains an undated photograph of the Art Deco League City Elementary/High School:
http://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth278979/m1/1/

 

League City School - League City TX

League City School - League City TX

League City School - League City TX

League City School - League City TX

League City School - League City TX

League City School - League City TX

League City Elementary

709 East Wilkins St. - League City TX (built 1972)

 

Neat folded plates in League City:

 

League City Elementary - League City TX

League City Elementary  - League City TX

League City Elementary - League City TX

League City Elementary - League City TX

No Deaths in Houston

From the Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph on November 2, 1864:

 

There has been no deaths from any cause in Houston for the past six days.

 

A lady desires to visit Alabama and would be glad to hear of some gentleman going across the river in whose charge she can place herself. Address the editor.

 

Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph - November 2, 1864

Winter’s Furniture Co.

220 Broadway St. – Houston TX (old Harrisburg; built 1935; also Sergio’s Auto Sales)

 

220 Broadway St. - Houston TX

Colorado Coalition for the Homeless

2101-2111 Champa St. – Denver CO (build date unknown)

 

Both buildings on the north side of the 2100 block of Champa St. now belong to the Colorado Coalition for the Homelesshttp://www.mhclf.org/success_stories.htm

 

2111 Champa St. - Denver CO

2101 Champa St. - Denver CO

2101 Champa St. - Denver CO

2101 Champa St. - Denver CO

2335 Underwood St. – Houston

2335 Underwood St. – Houston TX (built 1940; demolished December 2007)

 

2335 Underwood St. - Houston TX

2335 Underwood St. - Houston TX

2335 Underwood St. - Houston TX

2335 Underwood St. - Houston TX

 

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