Elisabet Ney Museum-Formosa Revisited
The Wallisville Heritage Project i
-Once a thriving community, now a ghost town.
page 15 .
Preserving our Photographic Past
Ranching Heritage-A Texas Tradition
Getting Acquainted with Miss Ima Hogg
Texas Museums, a Guidebook
Dallas Museum of Art
West elevation, Elisabet Ney Museum, approx. 1900.
Courtesy of the Wallisville Heritage Park
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