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WM. Clark Building
The three story WM. Clark building was located on the east side of the 300 block of Main Street. A horse-drawn wagon is tied at the front of the building.
Printed halftone photograph of the two story Kellum-Noble House in Houston. It was constructed in 1847 of brick made in the Kellum brickyards on the property. This is the oldest known house in Houston...
Sam Houston Park
A view of Sam Houston Park. Tall pine trees dominate the photograph and numerous people sit around the contoured grounds. The city of Houston bought the Kellum-Noble House and the property around it in...
Elevated view of the 800 block of Main Street
Elevated view looking north on the 800 block of Main Street. The Majestic Theatre, the Rice Hotel, and the Binz Building can be seen in this photograph.
Printed photograph of the Capitol Hotel in Houston, located on the future site of the Rice Hotel. The view is looking northwest from the corner of Texas Avenue and Main Street.
Auditorium Public Hall
Auditorium Public Hall on Main Street at McGovern Street.
Capitol Hotel and Stagecoach Stop
The Capitol Hotel and stagecoach stop at Main Street and Texas, with porches facing Main Street.
Corner view of the Houston courthouse
Photograph of a printed engraving of the courthouse in Houston. The building occupies the center of the block with an iron fence and trees around the perimeter. Pedestrians are on the sidewalk and horse-drawn...
World War I homecoming parade (Main Street at Rusk Avenue)
A view of a World War I homecoming parade, looking south on Main Street from Rusk Avenue. The parade is moving north on Main Street and is led by Red Cross representatives. Parked cars line the street...
800 block of Main Street at Walker Avenue
A view looking north from the 800 block of Main Street at Walker Avenue. The street is full of automobiles parked on both sides and driving in both directions. The Bender Hotel and Battelstein's department...
Excavation for Commerce Building
Excavation for the new location of Levy Brothers Dry Goods Co., to be built by Jesse H. Jones, and located at 914 Main Street at Walker. The First Presbyterian Church can be seen to the left of the excavation...
Houston Cotton Exchange
This view of the Cotton Exchange building includes the front and side of the building. The view also includes the street showing the presence of rails and wires for electric trolley cars. Architect Eugene...
World War I homecoming parade (Main Street at Texas Avenue)
A formation of men in uniform march in the street through a crowd pressing in on their path. The photograph is labeled with writing that reads "Houston Welcomes 132nd F.A." The photograph appears to look...
Main Street facing north at Congress Avenue
A view of Main Street at Congress Avenue, looking north. An electric streetcar can be seen in the street along with horse-drawn carriages.
900 block of Main Street facing north at McKinney Avenue
A view of Main Street at McKinney Avenue looking north from the 900 block. The First Presbyterian Church is on the left. Automobiles are parked on the sides of the street in both directions.
200 block of Main Street facing north
A view of Main Street at Franklin Avenue looking north. Streetcar rails in the street as well as horse-drawn carriages are visible.
Toothbrush Drill at the Brackenridge School
Printed half-tone photograph of a group of unidentified children at the Brackenridge School standing in a semi-circle and participating in a toothbrush drill. An early phonograph with external horn is...
World War I homecoming parade (unidentified street)
A group of men in military uniform gathers on the edge of an unidentified city street for a World War I homecoming parade. The street is crowded with cars--both parked and driving--and people line the...
Horse-drawn water wagon
An unidentified man poses in the driver's seat of a horse-drawn water wagon. A second unidentified man stands on the sidewalk. A row of buildings line the street in the background.
Sweeney & Coombs Opera House
Photograph of a printed engraving of the Sweeney & Coombs Opera House in Houston. The opera house opened in 1890 on Fannin Street opposite the Court House.
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