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Evandberg Orphanage, Evandberg Avenue & Guadalupe River Vicinity, New Braunfels, Comal County, TX

Evandberg Orphanage, Evandberg Avenue & Guadalupe River Vicinity, New Braunfels, Comal County, TX

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Significance: The building is historically significant because it housed the first orphanage in the State of Texas. It is architecturally significant because it was a representative example of the "second" houses built by German emigrants (the first houses were log cabins).
Survey number: HABS TX-3145
Building/structure dates: ca. 1848 Initial Construction



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New Braunfels (Tex.)29.70300, -98.12445
Google Map of 29.7030024, -98.1244531


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