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Sampson-Nalle House, 1003 Rio Grande Street, Austin, Travis County, TX

Sampson-Nalle House, 1003 Rio Grande Street, Austin, Travis County, TX

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STORED OFF SITE AND ON SITE. mchr
2010 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Honorable Mention
Significance: The two-story limestone house, as completed in 1877, is characterized by its simple form, asymmetrical plan, and Italianate stylistic details, including segmental arch openings with stone hold molds, stone quoins, bracketed eaves, and twelve-foot interior ceilings.
Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: N1609
Survey number: HABS TX-3546
Building/structure dates: 1877 Initial Construction
National Register of Historic Places NRIS Number: 82004526

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Contributors

Historic American Buildings Survey, creator
Sampson, George Washington, owner
Ugarte, Jessica Aurora, delineator
Carpenter, Amanda K., delineator
Cynkar, Grace A., delineator
Penick, Monica, faculty sponsor
Frisbie, Meg X., delineator
Meyer, Hannah N., delineator
Muhler, Nathaniel W., delineator
Frisbie, Meg X., historian
University of Texas at Austin School of Architecture
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