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Swimming pool at Hotel Ella, a boutique hotel in Austin, Texas, that occupies the 1900 Goodall Wooten House

Swimming pool at Hotel Ella, a boutique hotel in Austin, Texas, that o...

Title, date, and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. It was built by local doctor and benefactor Goodall H. Wooten and his wife Ella and was noted for its Classical Revival architecture ... more

Hotel Ella, a boutique hotel in Austin, Texas, that occupies the 1900 Goodall Wooten House

Hotel Ella, a boutique hotel in Austin, Texas, that occupies the 1900 ...

Title, date, and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. It was built by local doctor and benefactor Goodall H. Wooten and his wife Ella and was noted for its Classical Revival architecture ... more

Sculpture in the swimming-pool courtyard of Hotel Ella, a boutique hotel in Austin, Texas, that occupies the 1900 Goodall Wooten House

Sculpture in the swimming-pool courtyard of Hotel Ella, a boutique hot...

Title, date, and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. Sculptor: name not given. It was built by local doctor and benefactor Goodall H. Wooten and his wife Ella and was noted for its Class... more

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