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Cavitt Cemetery, Wheelock, Robertson County, TX

Cavitt Cemetery, Wheelock, Robertson County, TX

1984 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Second Place Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: FN-154 Survey number: HABS TX-270-C Building/structure dates: 1845 Initial Construction Building/struct... more

Alpine Station, Stone Storage Cellar, Pitkin, Gunnison County, CO

Alpine Station, Stone Storage Cellar, Pitkin, Gunnison County, CO

1998 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Entry Significance: It was constructed in 1907 from materials salvaged from the 1906 engine house fire. The cellar was excavated some 3 feet below grade, lined with wood planking... more

Sharrock-Niblo Farm, Grady Niblo Road, Dallas, Dallas County, TX

Sharrock-Niblo Farm, Grady Niblo Road, Dallas, Dallas County, TX

2008 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Honorable Mention Significance: This collection of historic Niblo family owned buildings is unique as the only collection of original log buildings from the original Peters Colon... more

Alpine Station, Coaling Platform, Pitkin, Gunnison County, CO

Alpine Station, Coaling Platform, Pitkin, Gunnison County, CO

1998 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Entry Significance: It was built in 1905. 34 feet long and 16 feet wide, it is raised some 4 feet above track level to facilitate loading coal into the engine tenders from a seco... more

Willow Street Sanitation Complex, Houston, Harris County, TX

Willow Street Sanitation Complex, Houston, Harris County, TX

1994 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Entry Significance: The Willow Street Sanitation Complex was constructed in 1902 for $250,000 according to plans prepared by consulting engineer Alexander Potter. The property ac... more

Alpine Station, Tunnel Gulch Water Tank, Pitkin, Gunnison County, CO

Alpine Station, Tunnel Gulch Water Tank, Pitkin, Gunnison County, CO

1998 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Entry Significance: It was the second of 2 spring-fed tanks that provided water for the engines as they ascended over 2,300 feet from Pitkin to the Alpine Tunnel through the cont... more

Alpine Station, Tunnel Gulch Water Tank, Pitkin, Gunnison County, CO

Alpine Station, Tunnel Gulch Water Tank, Pitkin, Gunnison County, CO

1998 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Entry Significance: It was the second of 2 spring-fed tanks that provided water for the engines as they ascended over 2,300 feet from Pitkin to the Alpine Tunnel through the cont... more

Harris-Martin House, Anderson, Grimes County, TX

Harris-Martin House, Anderson, Grimes County, TX

1996 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Fourth Place Significance: Braced-frame construction and documentary evidence suggests that the house was built c. 1840. John Birdsall Harris inherited it and the business of his... more

Harris-Martin House, Anderson, Grimes County, TX

Harris-Martin House, Anderson, Grimes County, TX

1996 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Fourth Place Significance: Braced-frame construction and documentary evidence suggests that the house was built c. 1840. John Birdsall Harris inherited it and the business of his... more

Harris-Martin House, Anderson, Grimes County, TX

Harris-Martin House, Anderson, Grimes County, TX

1996 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Fourth Place Significance: Braced-frame construction and documentary evidence suggests that the house was built c. 1840. John Birdsall Harris inherited it and the business of his... more

Harris-Martin House, Anderson, Grimes County, TX

Harris-Martin House, Anderson, Grimes County, TX

1996 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Fourth Place Significance: Braced-frame construction and documentary evidence suggests that the house was built c. 1840. John Birdsall Harris inherited it and the business of his... more

Harris-Martin House, Anderson, Grimes County, TX

Harris-Martin House, Anderson, Grimes County, TX

1996 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Fourth Place Significance: Braced-frame construction and documentary evidence suggests that the house was built c. 1840. John Birdsall Harris inherited it and the business of his... more

Harris-Martin House, Anderson, Grimes County, TX

Harris-Martin House, Anderson, Grimes County, TX

1996 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Fourth Place Significance: Braced-frame construction and documentary evidence suggests that the house was built c. 1840. John Birdsall Harris inherited it and the business of his... more

Harris-Martin House, Anderson, Grimes County, TX

Harris-Martin House, Anderson, Grimes County, TX

1996 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Fourth Place Significance: Braced-frame construction and documentary evidence suggests that the house was built c. 1840. John Birdsall Harris inherited it and the business of his... more

Harris-Martin House, Anderson, Grimes County, TX

Harris-Martin House, Anderson, Grimes County, TX

1996 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Fourth Place Significance: Braced-frame construction and documentary evidence suggests that the house was built c. 1840. John Birdsall Harris inherited it and the business of his... more

Harris-Martin House, Anderson, Grimes County, TX

Harris-Martin House, Anderson, Grimes County, TX

1996 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Fourth Place Significance: Braced-frame construction and documentary evidence suggests that the house was built c. 1840. John Birdsall Harris inherited it and the business of his... more

Harris-Martin House, Anderson, Grimes County, TX

Harris-Martin House, Anderson, Grimes County, TX

1996 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Fourth Place Significance: Braced-frame construction and documentary evidence suggests that the house was built c. 1840. John Birdsall Harris inherited it and the business of his... more

Harris-Martin House, Anderson, Grimes County, TX

Harris-Martin House, Anderson, Grimes County, TX

1996 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Fourth Place Significance: Braced-frame construction and documentary evidence suggests that the house was built c. 1840. John Birdsall Harris inherited it and the business of his... more

Harrington-Upham House, FM 2154 (Wellborn Road), Millican, Brazos County, TX

Harrington-Upham House, FM 2154 (Wellborn Road), Millican, Brazos Coun...

1988 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Honorable Mention Significance: Part of an 1825 Mexican Land Grant to William Dever, Mary Ellis Millican deeded her quarter league to her husband, Benjamin Meadors, in 1862. Hous... more

Harrington-Upham House, FM 2154 (Wellborn Road), Millican, Brazos County, TX

Harrington-Upham House, FM 2154 (Wellborn Road), Millican, Brazos Coun...

1988 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Honorable Mention Significance: Part of an 1825 Mexican Land Grant to William Dever, Mary Ellis Millican deeded her quarter league to her husband, Benjamin Meadors, in 1862. Hous... more

Harrington-Upham House, FM 2154 (Wellborn Road), Millican, Brazos County, TX

Harrington-Upham House, FM 2154 (Wellborn Road), Millican, Brazos Coun...

1988 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Honorable Mention Significance: Part of an 1825 Mexican Land Grant to William Dever, Mary Ellis Millican deeded her quarter league to her husband, Benjamin Meadors, in 1862. Hous... more

Harrington-Upham House, FM 2154 (Wellborn Road), Millican, Brazos County, TX

Harrington-Upham House, FM 2154 (Wellborn Road), Millican, Brazos Coun...

1988 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Honorable Mention Significance: Part of an 1825 Mexican Land Grant to William Dever, Mary Ellis Millican deeded her quarter league to her husband, Benjamin Meadors, in 1862. Hous... more

Harrington-Upham House, FM 2154 (Wellborn Road), Millican, Brazos County, TX

Harrington-Upham House, FM 2154 (Wellborn Road), Millican, Brazos Coun...

1988 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Honorable Mention Significance: Part of an 1825 Mexican Land Grant to William Dever, Mary Ellis Millican deeded her quarter league to her husband, Benjamin Meadors, in 1862. Hous... more

Harrington-Upham House, FM 2154 (Wellborn Road), Millican, Brazos County, TX

Harrington-Upham House, FM 2154 (Wellborn Road), Millican, Brazos Coun...

1988 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Honorable Mention Significance: Part of an 1825 Mexican Land Grant to William Dever, Mary Ellis Millican deeded her quarter league to her husband, Benjamin Meadors, in 1862. Hous... more

Harrington-Upham House, FM 2154 (Wellborn Road), Millican, Brazos County, TX

Harrington-Upham House, FM 2154 (Wellborn Road), Millican, Brazos Coun...

1988 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Honorable Mention Significance: Part of an 1825 Mexican Land Grant to William Dever, Mary Ellis Millican deeded her quarter league to her husband, Benjamin Meadors, in 1862. Hous... more

Harrington-Upham House, FM 2154 (Wellborn Road), Millican, Brazos County, TX

Harrington-Upham House, FM 2154 (Wellborn Road), Millican, Brazos Coun...

1988 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Honorable Mention Significance: Part of an 1825 Mexican Land Grant to William Dever, Mary Ellis Millican deeded her quarter league to her husband, Benjamin Meadors, in 1862. Hous... more

Harrington-Upham House, FM 2154 (Wellborn Road), Millican, Brazos County, TX

Harrington-Upham House, FM 2154 (Wellborn Road), Millican, Brazos Coun...

1988 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Honorable Mention Significance: Part of an 1825 Mexican Land Grant to William Dever, Mary Ellis Millican deeded her quarter league to her husband, Benjamin Meadors, in 1862. Hous... more

Harrington-Upham House, FM 2154 (Wellborn Road), Millican, Brazos County, TX

Harrington-Upham House, FM 2154 (Wellborn Road), Millican, Brazos Coun...

1988 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Honorable Mention Significance: Part of an 1825 Mexican Land Grant to William Dever, Mary Ellis Millican deeded her quarter league to her husband, Benjamin Meadors, in 1862. Hous... more

Cavitt Log Cabin, Wheelock, Robertson County, TX

Cavitt Log Cabin, Wheelock, Robertson County, TX

1984 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Second Place Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: FN-154 Survey number: HABS TX-270-B

Cavitt Log Cabin, Wheelock, Robertson County, TX

Cavitt Log Cabin, Wheelock, Robertson County, TX

1984 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Second Place Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: FN-154 Survey number: HABS TX-270-B

Cavitt Log Cabin, Wheelock, Robertson County, TX

Cavitt Log Cabin, Wheelock, Robertson County, TX

1984 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Second Place Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: FN-154 Survey number: HABS TX-270-B

Cavitt Log Cabin, Wheelock, Robertson County, TX

Cavitt Log Cabin, Wheelock, Robertson County, TX

1984 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Second Place Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: FN-154 Survey number: HABS TX-270-B

Polasek House, 200 East Fawn Street, Caldwell, Burleson County, TX

Polasek House, 200 East Fawn Street, Caldwell, Burleson County, TX

1997 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Entry Significance: Built in the second half of the 19th century, the house was one of several owned by the Hodding family, one of many prominent Czech families in the county. It... more

Polasek House, 200 East Fawn Street, Caldwell, Burleson County, TX

Polasek House, 200 East Fawn Street, Caldwell, Burleson County, TX

1997 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Entry Significance: Built in the second half of the 19th century, the house was one of several owned by the Hodding family, one of many prominent Czech families in the county. It... more

Polasek House, 200 East Fawn Street, Caldwell, Burleson County, TX

Polasek House, 200 East Fawn Street, Caldwell, Burleson County, TX

1997 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Entry Significance: Built in the second half of the 19th century, the house was one of several owned by the Hodding family, one of many prominent Czech families in the county. It... more

Polasek House, 200 East Fawn Street, Caldwell, Burleson County, TX

Polasek House, 200 East Fawn Street, Caldwell, Burleson County, TX

1997 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Entry Significance: Built in the second half of the 19th century, the house was one of several owned by the Hodding family, one of many prominent Czech families in the county. It... more

Polasek House, 200 East Fawn Street, Caldwell, Burleson County, TX

Polasek House, 200 East Fawn Street, Caldwell, Burleson County, TX

1997 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Entry Significance: Built in the second half of the 19th century, the house was one of several owned by the Hodding family, one of many prominent Czech families in the county. It... more

Polasek House, 200 East Fawn Street, Caldwell, Burleson County, TX

Polasek House, 200 East Fawn Street, Caldwell, Burleson County, TX

1997 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Entry Significance: Built in the second half of the 19th century, the house was one of several owned by the Hodding family, one of many prominent Czech families in the county. It... more

Polasek House, 200 East Fawn Street, Caldwell, Burleson County, TX

Polasek House, 200 East Fawn Street, Caldwell, Burleson County, TX

1997 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Entry Significance: Built in the second half of the 19th century, the house was one of several owned by the Hodding family, one of many prominent Czech families in the county. It... more

Polasek House, 200 East Fawn Street, Caldwell, Burleson County, TX

Polasek House, 200 East Fawn Street, Caldwell, Burleson County, TX

1997 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Entry Significance: Built in the second half of the 19th century, the house was one of several owned by the Hodding family, one of many prominent Czech families in the county. It... more

Polasek House, 200 East Fawn Street, Caldwell, Burleson County, TX

Polasek House, 200 East Fawn Street, Caldwell, Burleson County, TX

1997 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Entry Significance: Built in the second half of the 19th century, the house was one of several owned by the Hodding family, one of many prominent Czech families in the county. It... more

Mrs. Sam Houston House, Farm Road 390, Independence, Washington County, TX

Mrs. Sam Houston House, Farm Road 390, Independence, Washington County...

There are oversize field notes for this survey at P&P. oell 2004 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Second Place Significance: The house faces the Spanish La Bahia Road on a corner lot in the town platted in 1835. With... more

Mrs. Sam Houston House, Farm Road 390, Independence, Washington County, TX

Mrs. Sam Houston House, Farm Road 390, Independence, Washington County...

There are oversize field notes for this survey at P&P. oell 2004 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Second Place Significance: The house faces the Spanish La Bahia Road on a corner lot in the town platted in 1835. With... more

Mrs. Sam Houston House, Farm Road 390, Independence, Washington County, TX

Mrs. Sam Houston House, Farm Road 390, Independence, Washington County...

There are oversize field notes for this survey at P&P. oell 2004 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Second Place Significance: The house faces the Spanish La Bahia Road on a corner lot in the town platted in 1835. With... more

Mrs. Sam Houston House, Farm Road 390, Independence, Washington County, TX

Mrs. Sam Houston House, Farm Road 390, Independence, Washington County...

There are oversize field notes for this survey at P&P. oell 2004 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Second Place Significance: The house faces the Spanish La Bahia Road on a corner lot in the town platted in 1835. With... more

Mrs. Sam Houston House, Farm Road 390, Independence, Washington County, TX

Mrs. Sam Houston House, Farm Road 390, Independence, Washington County...

There are oversize field notes for this survey at P&P. oell 2004 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Second Place Significance: The house faces the Spanish La Bahia Road on a corner lot in the town platted in 1835. With... more

Mrs. Sam Houston House, Farm Road 390, Independence, Washington County, TX

Mrs. Sam Houston House, Farm Road 390, Independence, Washington County...

There are oversize field notes for this survey at P&P. oell 2004 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Second Place Significance: The house faces the Spanish La Bahia Road on a corner lot in the town platted in 1835. With... more

Mrs. Sam Houston House, Farm Road 390, Independence, Washington County, TX

Mrs. Sam Houston House, Farm Road 390, Independence, Washington County...

There are oversize field notes for this survey at P&P. oell 2004 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Second Place Significance: The house faces the Spanish La Bahia Road on a corner lot in the town platted in 1835. With... more

Mrs. Sam Houston House, Farm Road 390, Independence, Washington County, TX

Mrs. Sam Houston House, Farm Road 390, Independence, Washington County...

There are oversize field notes for this survey at P&P. oell 2004 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Second Place Significance: The house faces the Spanish La Bahia Road on a corner lot in the town platted in 1835. With... more

Mrs. Sam Houston House, Farm Road 390, Independence, Washington County, TX

Mrs. Sam Houston House, Farm Road 390, Independence, Washington County...

There are oversize field notes for this survey at P&P. oell 2004 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Second Place Significance: The house faces the Spanish La Bahia Road on a corner lot in the town platted in 1835. With... more

Mrs. Sam Houston House, Farm Road 390, Independence, Washington County, TX

Mrs. Sam Houston House, Farm Road 390, Independence, Washington County...

There are oversize field notes for this survey at P&P. oell 2004 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Second Place Significance: The house faces the Spanish La Bahia Road on a corner lot in the town platted in 1835. With... more

Mrs. Sam Houston House, Farm Road 390, Independence, Washington County, TX

Mrs. Sam Houston House, Farm Road 390, Independence, Washington County...

There are oversize field notes for this survey at P&P. oell 2004 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Second Place Significance: The house faces the Spanish La Bahia Road on a corner lot in the town platted in 1835. With... more

Mrs. Sam Houston House, Farm Road 390, Independence, Washington County, TX

Mrs. Sam Houston House, Farm Road 390, Independence, Washington County...

There are oversize field notes for this survey at P&P. oell 2004 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Second Place Significance: The house faces the Spanish La Bahia Road on a corner lot in the town platted in 1835. With... more

Mrs. Sam Houston House, Farm Road 390, Independence, Washington County, TX

Mrs. Sam Houston House, Farm Road 390, Independence, Washington County...

There are oversize field notes for this survey at P&P. oell 2004 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Second Place Significance: The house faces the Spanish La Bahia Road on a corner lot in the town platted in 1835. With... more

Union Trading Company Complex, Fort Davis, Jeff Davis County, TX

Union Trading Company Complex, Fort Davis, Jeff Davis County, TX

1997 Charles E. Peterson Prize, First Place Significance: In 1874 Whittaker Keesey authorized his brother, Otis M., to build a house and corral near Fort Davis for trading in general merchandise and liquor. In ... more

Union Trading Company Complex, Fort Davis, Jeff Davis County, TX

Union Trading Company Complex, Fort Davis, Jeff Davis County, TX

1997 Charles E. Peterson Prize, First Place Significance: In 1874 Whittaker Keesey authorized his brother, Otis M., to build a house and corral near Fort Davis for trading in general merchandise and liquor. In ... more

Union Trading Company Complex, Fort Davis, Jeff Davis County, TX

Union Trading Company Complex, Fort Davis, Jeff Davis County, TX

1997 Charles E. Peterson Prize, First Place Significance: In 1874 Whittaker Keesey authorized his brother, Otis M., to build a house and corral near Fort Davis for trading in general merchandise and liquor. In ... more

Union Trading Company Complex, Fort Davis, Jeff Davis County, TX

Union Trading Company Complex, Fort Davis, Jeff Davis County, TX

1997 Charles E. Peterson Prize, First Place Significance: In 1874 Whittaker Keesey authorized his brother, Otis M., to build a house and corral near Fort Davis for trading in general merchandise and liquor. In ... more

Union Trading Company Complex, Fort Davis, Jeff Davis County, TX

Union Trading Company Complex, Fort Davis, Jeff Davis County, TX

1997 Charles E. Peterson Prize, First Place Significance: In 1874 Whittaker Keesey authorized his brother, Otis M., to build a house and corral near Fort Davis for trading in general merchandise and liquor. In ... more

Union Trading Company Complex, Fort Davis, Jeff Davis County, TX

Union Trading Company Complex, Fort Davis, Jeff Davis County, TX

1997 Charles E. Peterson Prize, First Place Significance: In 1874 Whittaker Keesey authorized his brother, Otis M., to build a house and corral near Fort Davis for trading in general merchandise and liquor. In ... more

Union Trading Company Complex, Fort Davis, Jeff Davis County, TX

Union Trading Company Complex, Fort Davis, Jeff Davis County, TX

1997 Charles E. Peterson Prize, First Place Significance: In 1874 Whittaker Keesey authorized his brother, Otis M., to build a house and corral near Fort Davis for trading in general merchandise and liquor. In ... more

Union Trading Company Complex, Fort Davis, Jeff Davis County, TX

Union Trading Company Complex, Fort Davis, Jeff Davis County, TX

1997 Charles E. Peterson Prize, First Place Significance: In 1874 Whittaker Keesey authorized his brother, Otis M., to build a house and corral near Fort Davis for trading in general merchandise and liquor. In ... more

Union Trading Company Complex, Fort Davis, Jeff Davis County, TX

Union Trading Company Complex, Fort Davis, Jeff Davis County, TX

1997 Charles E. Peterson Prize, First Place Significance: In 1874 Whittaker Keesey authorized his brother, Otis M., to build a house and corral near Fort Davis for trading in general merchandise and liquor. In ... more

Union Trading Company Complex, Fort Davis, Jeff Davis County, TX

Union Trading Company Complex, Fort Davis, Jeff Davis County, TX

1997 Charles E. Peterson Prize, First Place Significance: In 1874 Whittaker Keesey authorized his brother, Otis M., to build a house and corral near Fort Davis for trading in general merchandise and liquor. In ... more

Union Trading Company Complex, Fort Davis, Jeff Davis County, TX

Union Trading Company Complex, Fort Davis, Jeff Davis County, TX

1997 Charles E. Peterson Prize, First Place Significance: In 1874 Whittaker Keesey authorized his brother, Otis M., to build a house and corral near Fort Davis for trading in general merchandise and liquor. In ... more

Union Trading Company Complex, Fort Davis, Jeff Davis County, TX

Union Trading Company Complex, Fort Davis, Jeff Davis County, TX

1997 Charles E. Peterson Prize, First Place Significance: In 1874 Whittaker Keesey authorized his brother, Otis M., to build a house and corral near Fort Davis for trading in general merchandise and liquor. In ... more

Union Trading Company Complex, Fort Davis, Jeff Davis County, TX

Union Trading Company Complex, Fort Davis, Jeff Davis County, TX

1997 Charles E. Peterson Prize, First Place Significance: In 1874 Whittaker Keesey authorized his brother, Otis M., to build a house and corral near Fort Davis for trading in general merchandise and liquor. In ... more

Union Trading Company Complex, Fort Davis, Jeff Davis County, TX

Union Trading Company Complex, Fort Davis, Jeff Davis County, TX

1997 Charles E. Peterson Prize, First Place Significance: In 1874 Whittaker Keesey authorized his brother, Otis M., to build a house and corral near Fort Davis for trading in general merchandise and liquor. In ... more

Hammond House, 604 Elm Street, Calvert, Robertson County, TX

Hammond House, 604 Elm Street, Calvert, Robertson County, TX

1986 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Honorable Mention Significance: The Hammond House was designed as the Robertson County Courthouse by St. Louis architect W. P. Ingraham in 1875, and was completed in July of 1879... more

Hammond House, 604 Elm Street, Calvert, Robertson County, TX

Hammond House, 604 Elm Street, Calvert, Robertson County, TX

1986 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Honorable Mention Significance: The Hammond House was designed as the Robertson County Courthouse by St. Louis architect W. P. Ingraham in 1875, and was completed in July of 1879... more

Hammond House, 604 Elm Street, Calvert, Robertson County, TX

Hammond House, 604 Elm Street, Calvert, Robertson County, TX

1986 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Honorable Mention Significance: The Hammond House was designed as the Robertson County Courthouse by St. Louis architect W. P. Ingraham in 1875, and was completed in July of 1879... more

Hammond House, 604 Elm Street, Calvert, Robertson County, TX

Hammond House, 604 Elm Street, Calvert, Robertson County, TX

1986 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Honorable Mention Significance: The Hammond House was designed as the Robertson County Courthouse by St. Louis architect W. P. Ingraham in 1875, and was completed in July of 1879... more

Hammond House, 604 Elm Street, Calvert, Robertson County, TX

Hammond House, 604 Elm Street, Calvert, Robertson County, TX

1986 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Honorable Mention Significance: The Hammond House was designed as the Robertson County Courthouse by St. Louis architect W. P. Ingraham in 1875, and was completed in July of 1879... more

Hammond House, 604 Elm Street, Calvert, Robertson County, TX

Hammond House, 604 Elm Street, Calvert, Robertson County, TX

1986 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Honorable Mention Significance: The Hammond House was designed as the Robertson County Courthouse by St. Louis architect W. P. Ingraham in 1875, and was completed in July of 1879... more

Hammond House, 604 Elm Street, Calvert, Robertson County, TX

Hammond House, 604 Elm Street, Calvert, Robertson County, TX

1986 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Honorable Mention Significance: The Hammond House was designed as the Robertson County Courthouse by St. Louis architect W. P. Ingraham in 1875, and was completed in July of 1879... more

Hammond House, 604 Elm Street, Calvert, Robertson County, TX

Hammond House, 604 Elm Street, Calvert, Robertson County, TX

1986 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Honorable Mention Significance: The Hammond House was designed as the Robertson County Courthouse by St. Louis architect W. P. Ingraham in 1875, and was completed in July of 1879... more

Hammond House, 604 Elm Street, Calvert, Robertson County, TX

Hammond House, 604 Elm Street, Calvert, Robertson County, TX

1986 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Honorable Mention Significance: The Hammond House was designed as the Robertson County Courthouse by St. Louis architect W. P. Ingraham in 1875, and was completed in July of 1879... more

Hammond House, 604 Elm Street, Calvert, Robertson County, TX

Hammond House, 604 Elm Street, Calvert, Robertson County, TX

1986 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Honorable Mention Significance: The Hammond House was designed as the Robertson County Courthouse by St. Louis architect W. P. Ingraham in 1875, and was completed in July of 1879... more

Hammond House, 604 Elm Street, Calvert, Robertson County, TX

Hammond House, 604 Elm Street, Calvert, Robertson County, TX

1986 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Honorable Mention Significance: The Hammond House was designed as the Robertson County Courthouse by St. Louis architect W. P. Ingraham in 1875, and was completed in July of 1879... more

Cavitt House & Log Cabin, Wheelock, Robertson County, TX

Cavitt House & Log Cabin, Wheelock, Robertson County, TX

1984 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Second Place Significance: The ante-bellum Cavitt Mansion was built by Ann Cavitt and her family on 300 acres of the Sterling Robertson Grant near the town of Wheelock. The house... more

Cavitt House & Log Cabin, Wheelock, Robertson County, TX

Cavitt House & Log Cabin, Wheelock, Robertson County, TX

1984 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Second Place Significance: The ante-bellum Cavitt Mansion was built by Ann Cavitt and her family on 300 acres of the Sterling Robertson Grant near the town of Wheelock. The house... more

Schmid Brothers Buildings, Commerce & Park Streets, Brenham, Washington County, TX

Schmid Brothers Buildings, Commerce & Park Streets, Brenham, Washingto...

1984 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Third Place Significance: Schmid Brothers Grocery was founded in 1880 in Industry, Texas and moved to Brenham, Texas in 1898 to build a new spacious building. Joseph, Sigmund, an... more

Schmid Brothers Buildings, Commerce & Park Streets, Brenham, Washington County, TX

Schmid Brothers Buildings, Commerce & Park Streets, Brenham, Washingto...

1984 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Third Place Significance: Schmid Brothers Grocery was founded in 1880 in Industry, Texas and moved to Brenham, Texas in 1898 to build a new spacious building. Joseph, Sigmund, an... more

Schmid Brothers Buildings, Commerce & Park Streets, Brenham, Washington County, TX

Schmid Brothers Buildings, Commerce & Park Streets, Brenham, Washingto...

1984 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Third Place Significance: Schmid Brothers Grocery was founded in 1880 in Industry, Texas and moved to Brenham, Texas in 1898 to build a new spacious building. Joseph, Sigmund, an... more

Schmid Brothers Buildings, Commerce & Park Streets, Brenham, Washington County, TX

Schmid Brothers Buildings, Commerce & Park Streets, Brenham, Washingto...

1984 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Third Place Significance: Schmid Brothers Grocery was founded in 1880 in Industry, Texas and moved to Brenham, Texas in 1898 to build a new spacious building. Joseph, Sigmund, an... more

Schmid Brothers Buildings, Commerce & Park Streets, Brenham, Washington County, TX

Schmid Brothers Buildings, Commerce & Park Streets, Brenham, Washingto...

1984 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Third Place Significance: Schmid Brothers Grocery was founded in 1880 in Industry, Texas and moved to Brenham, Texas in 1898 to build a new spacious building. Joseph, Sigmund, an... more

Schmid Brothers Buildings, Commerce & Park Streets, Brenham, Washington County, TX

Schmid Brothers Buildings, Commerce & Park Streets, Brenham, Washingto...

1984 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Third Place Significance: Schmid Brothers Grocery was founded in 1880 in Industry, Texas and moved to Brenham, Texas in 1898 to build a new spacious building. Joseph, Sigmund, an... more

Schmid Brothers Buildings, Commerce & Park Streets, Brenham, Washington County, TX

Schmid Brothers Buildings, Commerce & Park Streets, Brenham, Washingto...

1984 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Third Place Significance: Schmid Brothers Grocery was founded in 1880 in Industry, Texas and moved to Brenham, Texas in 1898 to build a new spacious building. Joseph, Sigmund, an... more

Schmid Brothers Buildings, Commerce & Park Streets, Brenham, Washington County, TX

Schmid Brothers Buildings, Commerce & Park Streets, Brenham, Washingto...

1984 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Third Place Significance: Schmid Brothers Grocery was founded in 1880 in Industry, Texas and moved to Brenham, Texas in 1898 to build a new spacious building. Joseph, Sigmund, an... more

Schmid Brothers Buildings, Commerce & Park Streets, Brenham, Washington County, TX

Schmid Brothers Buildings, Commerce & Park Streets, Brenham, Washingto...

1984 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Third Place Significance: Schmid Brothers Grocery was founded in 1880 in Industry, Texas and moved to Brenham, Texas in 1898 to build a new spacious building. Joseph, Sigmund, an... more

Schmid Brothers Buildings, Commerce & Park Streets, Brenham, Washington County, TX

Schmid Brothers Buildings, Commerce & Park Streets, Brenham, Washingto...

1984 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Third Place Significance: Schmid Brothers Grocery was founded in 1880 in Industry, Texas and moved to Brenham, Texas in 1898 to build a new spacious building. Joseph, Sigmund, an... more

Schmid Brothers Buildings, Commerce & Park Streets, Brenham, Washington County, TX

Schmid Brothers Buildings, Commerce & Park Streets, Brenham, Washingto...

1984 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Third Place Significance: Schmid Brothers Grocery was founded in 1880 in Industry, Texas and moved to Brenham, Texas in 1898 to build a new spacious building. Joseph, Sigmund, an... more

Willow Street Sanitation Complex, Pump House, Houston, Harris County, TX

Willow Street Sanitation Complex, Pump House, Houston, Harris County, ...

1994 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Entry Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: N143 Survey number: HABS TX-3398-A

Willow Street Sanitation Complex, Pump House, Houston, Harris County, TX

Willow Street Sanitation Complex, Pump House, Houston, Harris County, ...

1994 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Entry Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: N143 Survey number: HABS TX-3398-A

Willow Street Sanitation Complex, Pump House, Houston, Harris County, TX

Willow Street Sanitation Complex, Pump House, Houston, Harris County, ...

1994 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Entry Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: N143 Survey number: HABS TX-3398-A

Willow Street Sanitation Complex, Pump House, Houston, Harris County, TX

Willow Street Sanitation Complex, Pump House, Houston, Harris County, ...

1994 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Entry Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: N143 Survey number: HABS TX-3398-A

Willow Street Sanitation Complex, Pump House, Houston, Harris County, TX

Willow Street Sanitation Complex, Pump House, Houston, Harris County, ...

1994 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Entry Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: N143 Survey number: HABS TX-3398-A

Willow Street Sanitation Complex, Pump House, Houston, Harris County, TX

Willow Street Sanitation Complex, Pump House, Houston, Harris County, ...

1994 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Entry Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: N143 Survey number: HABS TX-3398-A

Overlook Pueblito, Superior Mesa, Dulce, Rio Arriba County, NM

Overlook Pueblito, Superior Mesa, Dulce, Rio Arriba County, NM

Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: N1214 Survey number: HABS NM-184

Overlook Pueblito, Superior Mesa, Dulce, Rio Arriba County, NM

Overlook Pueblito, Superior Mesa, Dulce, Rio Arriba County, NM

Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: N1214 Survey number: HABS NM-184

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