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 Collection: Rescuing Texas History, 2009
'68 Sweaters' stage production
Three women on a stage with their backs to the camera are wearing dark sweaters with the numbers "68" on them. They are standing immediately in front of five flags, with the American flag being in the middle. A stage mural is painted with an amusement park design with fireworks and a large ferris wheel. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66130/
[82 Field Artillery]
Photograph of the 82nd field artillery marching by the Masonic Hospital. In the photograph are soldiers dressed in uniform; they are riding horses and walking with heavy weaponry. The Masonic Hospital stands in the background. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth63503/
105 Wyoming Lot No. 307-single family dwelling
Three black and white photographs of the house on 105 Wyoming Street, San Antonio. The top photograph shows the house from the front, right-hand side. The second photograph shows the house from the left-hand side. The third photograph also shows the house from the left-hand side, but is a more distant view of it. The house is a one story house with a front porch. It has a single pointed metal roof that extends over the front porch, and extends more gradual and further towards the back. The front porch features a small, curved canopy-type structure in the center, and fixed awning-like structures on either side. Two bushes are directly below these awning-like structues. The house also features a stone chimney that runs along the exterior left-hand side. A Ford pickup truck and a portion of another automobile are shown parked next to the house. The house is located in an area that was redeveloped because of HemisFair '68. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66325/
106 Victoria Lot No. 241-multi-family dwelling
This two-story narrow stucco building sits on a small lot at 106 Victoria, San Antonio. There is a small porch that provides access to the first floor and an outdoor flight of stairs to access the second floor. The second floor entry is through a set of French doors with shutters. 3 much smaller photographs show the building from different perspectives. The building is located in an area that was redeveloped because of HemisFair ’68. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66436/
108 Lafitte Lot No. 331-single family dwelling
Two photographs of a small house at 108 Lafitte, San Antonio. It has a porch supported by 5 columns with decorative trim at the top of each column. The back of a large road sign and the top of the Tower Life Building in downtown San Antonio are visible. A fence runs along one side of the house and there is a "no parking" sign on it. The second photograph shows the house from the other side. The large sign is a political advertisement for Don Yarborough for governor. Next to one side of the house is a gas station and next to the other side is a bus depot. The house is located in an area that was redeveloped because of HemisFair '68. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66411/
111 Wyoming Lot No. 306-single family dwelling
Three black and white photographs of the house on 111 Wyoming Street, San Antonio. The top photograph is probably a view of the back of the house and backyard. The second photograph is a front view of the house. The third photograph is a side view of the house where the chimney is. The house has a front porch along the entire front, suspended by at least four posts. There are two large bushes and one small bush in front of the house. The backyard is strewn with items including a basketball, a mop, a garden hose coiled up and hanging from a tree, and a bed wire frame leaning against the wall. There is also a man standing wearing a cowboy style hat standing facing away from the viewer, as if he is about to enter the house through one of the back doors. The house is located in an area that was redeveloped because of HemisFair '68. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66326/
112 Goliad Lot No. 203- multi-family dwelling
Two photographs of the house at 112 Goliad Road, San Antonio. It is a two-story structure with covered porches on both levels. Each porch is supported by seven columns. The columns on the upper-story are Corinthian style. It is an example of a Greek Revival house and is located in an area that was redeveloped because of HemisFair '68. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66393/
112 Goliad Lot No. 203-multi-family dwelling
Two photographs of the house at 112 Goliad Road, San Antonio. It is a two-story structure with covered porches on both levels. Each porch is supported by seven columns. The columns of the upper-story are Corinthian style. The house is an example of the Greek Revival style and is located in an area that was redeveloped because of HemisFair '68. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66392/
112 Wyoming Lot No. 294-single family dwelling
Three black and white photographs of the house on 112 Wyoming Street, San Antonio. The top photograph shows the house from the front, right-hand side. The second photograph shows the house from the front, left-hand side. The third photograph is a straight-on view of the front of the house. At least one of the photographs looks like it might have been double-exposed. This single story house has a front porch suspended by four posts. There is a small tree and several small shrubs in front of the porch, along with a narrow sidewalk running parallel to the street. There is a dirt path on the right-hand side of the house that probably leads to the backyard. A portion of a short wooden fence from the adjacent yard can be seen to the left of the house, and portion of another short wooden fence running parallel to the dirt path is visible on the right side. The house is located in an area that was redeveloped because of HemisFair '68. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66327/
113 Victoria Lot No. 244-multi-family dwelling
2 photographs of a two story residence at 113 Victoria Street in San Antonio. The first photograph shows a close-up of one side of the building. It is a clapboard house with windows on both floors with a door on the lower floor. In the second photograph, taken from a greater distance, there is a covered porch, which is partially obscured by trees. Around the edges of the house are overgrown bushes and patches of dirt. The house is located in an area that was redeveloped because of HemisFair '68. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66438/
113 Wyoming Lot No. 306-single family dwelling
Three photographs of a small house or cottage at 113 Wyoming Street, San Antonio. The first photo shows the house from one side and the back. There is sheltered back door and the yard area is not well maintained. The second and third photos shows the house from the front. It has a covered front porch supported by 3 thin columns, a front door and single window. There is a vine trellis set up in the small patch of grass in the front. The house is located in an area that was redeveloped because of HemisFair '68. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66328/
115 Victoria Lot No. 245-single family dwelling
Two photographs of the small home or cottage at 115 Victoria Street, San Antonio. It is a single story house with an overhanging roof at the front supported by four thin columns each having decorative trim on them. One of the photographs shows the house from the side, which has shingle-siding on it. A chainlink fence forms a border at the front of the house, and a wooden fence runs along the side of the home visible in the photographs. Some laundry hangs on a clothes line. The house is located in an area that was redeveloped because of HemisFair '68. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66439/
116 Wyoming Lot No. 295-single family dwelling
4 photographs of the house at 116 Wyoming, San Antonio. The first photograph shows the house from the front. It is a ranch-style house with a covered front porch supported by 4 columns. There are two windows on either side of the front door. The second and third photos show the house from the back. There is a back door, with five steps leading up to it from the back yard. The fourth photograph is a view of the house from one side. A wooden fence in poor condition runs along this side of the home. The front and back yard areas are overgrown with weeds and other vegetation. The house is located in an area that was redeveloped because of HemisFair '68. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66329/
118-120 South Lot No. 196-multi-family dwelling
Black and white photograph of 118-120 South Street, San Antonio. In the photo is a two story building with a screened in second floor porch, three columns and a chimney in the back of the building. Next to it is a small, one story brick building that has a business sign hanging from the top. There are three cars parked in front of the buildings in the street. There is another building with a sign hanging from it that says "South Street Lounge". The buildings are located in an area that was redeveloped because of HemisFair '68. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66361/
118 Wyoming Lot No. 296-single family dwelling
Three black and white photographs of a small home at 118 Wyoming Street, San Antonio. The home is one story with a slanted roof and porch with slender columns. There is a white picket fence around the yard at right. The home is in the vicinity of a school as there is a school sign on the street. The house has a front door with a window on each side. The second photo is from an angle on the left side of the house. The third photo is another view of the house, from the back. From this view, the house has a run-down appearance; plaster has peeled off the wall, exposing the rought stone work underneath. There is a window, and a back door that leads to an overgrown yard area. The house is located in an area that was redeveloped because of HemisFair '68. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66330/
119 Victoria Lot No 246-multi-family dwelling
2 photographs of the house at 119 Victoria, San Antonio. Both photographs show the house from the front. It has a covered porch, which is not enclosed, supported by thin decorative wrought iron columns. One half of the house has an attached two-story addition which may not have belonged to the original house. In the second photograph, two small children are visible, one on a tricycle and the other entering the front area of the house through a chainlink fence. Another person can just barely be seen, looking out from one of the front windows. Scrubs add some greenery to the front area. The house is located in an area that was redeveloped because of HemisFair '68. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66440/
121 Goliad Lot No. 193-multi-family dwelling
Two photographs of a residence at 121 Goliad Road, San Antonio. There are two front doors separated in the middle by a large bay window. The second photographs shows the residence from the street partially obscured by trees and bushes. A line of cars is parked along the edge of the street. The building is located in an area that was redeveloped because of HemisFair '68. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66394/
122 Matagorda Lot No. 352-single family dwelling
Two black and white photographs of a wooden house. In the top photo, 6 children are standing in front of the house which has a front porch. The porch has columns with gingerbread type railing between the columns. There are two windows on either side of the front door. The second picture is of the house at an angle. The side that is visible has 2 windows and the lot next to it has a chain link fence. There are trees in the background. The house is located in an area that was redeveloped because of HemisFair '68. Some of the 19th and early 20th century buildings in the area were preserved and others were demolished to make way for the fair. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66315/
123 Wyoming Lot No. 303-single family dwelling
Black and white photo of a single family dwelling located at 123 Wyoming lot no. 303. The house is a box style single story brick home. The front of the house has a door and 3 windows, two on the right and one on the left. The porch is covered and has four thin columns. Two windows can be seen on the right hand side of the home, they are partially covered by some bushes. The home has a wooden picket fence in the front connected to a chain link fence on the right hand side. A sidewalk crosses the front of the fence and there is a tree and electrical pole in the park strip. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66346/
124 Wyoming Lot No. 296-single family dwelling
Two black and white photos of a small home at 124 Wyoming Street, San Antonio. The house is one story, and looks like flagstone covered with plaster. It has a slanted roof and a porch with columns made of plain and undecorated wood. The top picture shows the house from an angle on the left side. There is a window and a vent or very small window in the attic area. The bottom photo is a front view of the house and it looks like there are two doors and two windows. The small yard and grass area visible in the photos is overgrown and overall the house has a run-down appearance. It is located in an area that was redeveloped because of HemisFair '68. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66331/
125 Goliad Lot No. 193-single family dwelling
Photograph of a house located at 125 Goliad Road, San Antonio, Texas. The home is located in an area that was redeveloped because of HemisFair '68. Some of the houses were preserved and others were demolished to make way for the fair. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66395/
127 South Lot No. 161-Four Brothers Steak House
Black and white photograph of 127 South Street, San Antonio, the Four Bros. Steak House. It is housed in a one story stone building with a sign that says "Four Bros. Steak House, serving Metzgers Milk". There are two windows on each side of the entrance door, with iron window bars. Wooden wagon wheels are leaning against the front of the building for decoration. On the right side of the building is a driveway. The restaurant is located in an area that was redeveloped because of HemisFair '68. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66362/
127 Wyoming Lot No. 302-single family dwelling
A black and white photograph of a home at 127 Wyoming Street, San Antonio. This home is white and has two front doors, two front windows, two windows on the right side of the home and there is a front porch with 5 columns. The house is surrounded by a chain link fence, with a gate at the sidewalk. To the right of the gate, behind the fence is a mailbox on a post. There is a single tree in the front of the house, which has a narrow strip of grass separating it from the sidewalk. The house is located in an area that was redeveloped because of HemisFair '68. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66332/
128 Matagorda Lot No. 353-single family dwelling
Two photographs of the house at 128 Matagorda. The top photo shows five children standing on the porch. One boy is standing on the porch railing. The home has a deep front porch supported by columns. Stairs lead up to the porch. There are two tall windows covered by an awning with gingerbread trim. There is also some gingerbread trim on the porch. Part of a tree can be seen on the right and there are some bushes in the front. The bottom photo shows the house from an angle. There are some children in this photo as well, behind a very low rustic fence and trash can. There are two tall windows and one small one. The house is made of wood. The house is located in an area that was redeveloped because of HemisFair '68. Some of the 19th and early 20th century buildings in the area were preserved and others were demolished to make way for the fair. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66316/
131 South Lot No. 161-Four Brothers & Parking
Three photographs with a view of 131 South Street, San Antonio, from the parking lot. The parking lot is filled with cars. Some buildings can be seen in the background. There are mature trees visible in the photos. This area was located in a larger area that was redeveloped because of HemisFair '68. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66364/
131 South Lot No. 161-multi family dwelling
Black and white photograph of two story brick building on South Street, San Antonio. It has long windows on both floors. On the right side of the building there are 3 windows on each level. There is a parking area on the right and behind the building with 3 cars visible. There are two metal trash cans sitting on a cement square toward the front right of the building. At the left side there are concrete stairs that go up and angle toward the back. There is a mature tree in the front of the building. There is some kind of sign on a wooden stake that is leaning in front of the stairs. The building is located in an area that was redeveloped because of HemisFair '68. Some of the 19th and early 20th century buildings in the area were preserved and others were demolished to make way for the fair. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66363/
131 Wyoming Lot No. 301-single family dwelling
A black and white photograph of a home at 131 Wyoming. This is a two storey home and seems very well kept. There are three steps leading up to the front door and a porch with arches. The home looks to be stucco. There is a room that juts out on the left of the porch and extends further in the yard. All the windows have shutters. There is a metal, single car port and a car parked on the street. The house is located in an area that was redeveloped because of HemisFair '68. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66333/
134 South Lot No. 144- single family dwelling
Black and white photographs of home at 134 South Street, San Antonio. The home is single story, white, with a covered porched. There are two windows on each side of the front door. A fence in front of the house is covered with overgrown foliage. The second photograph shows the house from the side, at an angle. There are two cars parked in a driveway. The house is located in an area that was redeveloped because of HemisFair '68. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66366/
134 South Lot No. 193-single family dwelling
Two black and white photographs of the home at 134 South Street, San Antonio. This is the same house pictured in another set of photos, but in this set of photos the front fence and yard are not covered by as much overgrown foliage as in the other set of photos. The house is single story, with a front porch, two windows on each side of the front door, all of which are covered with decorative iron bars. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66365/
135 South Lot No. 161-multi-family dwelling
Photograph, black and white, of 135 South Street, San Antonio. The photo shows a view of a one story multi-family dwelling from the side. The front porch has an open plan and is cement with decorative iron columns. There is a gentleman sitting on the edge of the porch, leaning with his back on one of the iron columns. The porch is shaded by a large, mature tree. The house is located in an area that was redeveloped because of HemisFair '68. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66367/
135 South Lot No. 161- multi-family dwelling
Two black and white photos of 135 South, Lot No. 161, San Antonio, Texas. It is a single story white home with a chimney in the rear of the home. The top photo is of the front of the house and there is a car in the front yard on the left side of the house and another white car in the right bottom corner of the picture. There is a chair on the left side of the front door and what looks like a sofa on the right side of the front door on the porch. Also to the right of the front door are two windows. The porch is supported by ornate iron supports. There are two large, mature trees on either side of the house. In the second photo is the right side of the home with two windows and there are three cars parked alongside the house, the last one being a Volkswagon Beetle. The roof has two gables and the chimney in the back of the house is visible. The residence is located in an area that was redeveloped because of HemisFair '68. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66368/
140 North Lot No. 163-multi-family dwelling
Two black and white photographs of a house at 140 North Street, San Antonio. It is a large two story Victorian-style home with balconies on both levels supported by slender columns. The second photograph shows one side of the house with large windows on both floors. The house is located in an area that was redeveloped because of HemisFair '68. Some of the houses were preserved and others were demolished to make way for the fair. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66416/
141 South Lot No. 165-single family dwelling
Two photographs of a house at 141 South Street, San Antonio, Texas. The top photograph shows the home barely visible behind trees and bushes. A large "Parking" sign is in front of the house. The bottom photograph shows the home stripped down to a patchwork of wooden poles and logs. The building is in a delapidated state. It is located in an area that was redeveloped because of HemisFair '68. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66369/
142 South Lot No. 191-multi-family dwelling
Two black and white photgraphs of the house at 142 South Street, San Antonio. The top photograph shows a single-story house with slanted roof and a chimney at one end. The house has a covered front porch with seven columns, and it spans the entire front portion of the house. The bottom photograph shows the property adjacent to the house mentioned above. The property has a chain-link fence completely covered with vines, but the lot appears vacant. These properties are located in an area that was redeveloped because of HemisFair '68. Some of the houses were preserved and others were demolished to make way for the fair. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66370/
144 North Lot No. 164-multi-family dwelling
2 black and white photographs of the house on 144 North Street, San Antonio. The top photograph shows the house from a front, left-hand view, while the bottom photograph is a direct front view. The house is a two-story house that feature front porches that run along its entire front-side on both levels, and four columns that traverse the bottom and top porches. Both levels have two doors near the center of the house, and each door is flanked by a tall rectangular window on one side. The front porces feature elaborate exterior trim and railing. The house is located in an area that was redeveloped because of HemisFair '68. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66417/
153 Goliad Lot No. 184-single family dwelling
Photograph of a house at 153 Goliad Road, San Antonio, Texas. The house has a covered doorway supported by two columns. There is a small patch of fenced front yard. The house is located in an area that was redeveloped because of HemisFair '68. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66396/
153 Goliad Lot No. 184-single family dwelling
Two photographs of a small house or bungalow at 153 Goliad Road, San Antonio. The top photograph shows the house from the front. There are two windows either side of the front door, which is covered by an archway. A wire fence ornamented in the front with two metal dogs facing each other surrounds the house. The second photo shows the house from the side with a sloping roof and chimney. The house is located in an area that was redeveloped because of HemisFair '68. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66397/
154 North Lot No.170-multi-family dwelling
2 photographs of a house at 154 North Street, San Antonio. It is a single story ranch-style house with a covered porch or patio area. There is a telephone booth fixed to one side of the house. Two cars are parked next to the house. It is located in an area that was redeveloped because of HemisFair '68. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66418/
156 South Lot No. 186-single family dwelling
Three black and white photographs of the house at 156 South Street, San Antonio. The top photograph shows a car parked on the street in the foreground, and the side and rooftop of the house barely visible through all of the trees surrounding the house. There is a chain-link fence on the front yard. A sidewalk and small patch of grass separate the street from the fence. The house is located in an area that was redeveloped because of HemisFair '68. Some of the 19th and early 20th century buildings in the area were preserved and others were demolished to make way for the fair. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66371/
160 North Lot No. 172-single family dwelling
Two black and white photographs of a house at 160 North Street, San Antonio. In the first photograph most of the cottage-style house is obscured from view by large bushes. The second photograph shows the house from a street-side view. There is a decorative iron fence most of which is covered by vegetation. One slightly unusual feature of the house is long narrow windows just under the roof. A palm tree stands in the yard. The house is located in an area that was redeveloped because of HemisFair '68. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66419/
200 Lafitte Lot. no. 351 - school
One black and white photograph, attached to an index card, of a two story stone schoolhouse at 200 Lafitte, San Antonio. The school is surrounded by a chainlink fence with children playing in the school yard. The school was located in an area that was redeveloped because of HemisFair '68. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66412/
201 Wyoming Lot No. 373-Amaya Food Market
Photographs of the Amaya Food Market, located at 201 Wyoming Street, San Antonio. The store looks like it was converted from a house. In the top photograph there is a store sign at the corner of the street. Two boys are at the corner, one on a bicycle and the other in a go-cart. The name of the store is also painted on the side of the building but it is partially obscured in the top photo by a small tree. It can be seen better in the lower photograph. Above the store name the head of a cow is painted on the side of the building. Below the store name is a large advertisement painted on the building. It says "Drink Big Red, Distinctive Flavor". There are a lot of trees behind the store building. A third photograph is torn and shows entrance to the store. The store is located in an area that was redeveloped because of HemisFair '68. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66334/
201 Wyoming Lot No. 373-Amaya Food Market
The black and white image is of a simple box home that seems to be converted into a small market store. An awning covers the front door and large window with displayed advertisements on the left. There are two windows to the right of the front door, and one of the windows is partially covered with an awning. A large tree dominates the front of the store, only part of the market sign on top of the awning can be seen through the branches. There is some debris in the yard, and the property is surrounded by a chain link fence. There is a car parked in the street in front of the store. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66335/
204 Matagorda Lot No. 354-single family dwelling
Three photographs of a small house at 204 Matagorda Street, San Antonio. The first photograph is of the house somewhat obscured by bushes and small trees. There is a roof chimney showing at the left side of the house and a window on either side of the front door. The second and third photos show the house from two sides. In one photo, the side of the house is obscured by trees. The third photo shows the house from another side with two large windows. Part of an overhanging back porch is also visible. The house is located in an area that was redeveloped because of HemisFair '68. Some of the 19th and early 20th century buildings in the area were preserved and others were demolished to make way for the fair. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66317/
210 Matagorda Lot No. 354-single family dwelling
Three black and white photographs of a plain home with an overhanging roof supported by five thin columns in the front. There are two doors and two windows in the front and two windows on the side that are visible in the photo. There is little foliage around the front of the house and just a thin strip of grass and dirt separating the house from the road. The second and third photos show the house from the front but at slightly different angles. The house is located in an area that was redeveloped because of HemisFair '68. Some of the 19th and early 20th century buildings in the area were preserved and others were demolished to make way for the fair. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66318/
214 Matagorda Lot No. 372-single family dwelling
Black and white photographs of a house on a street corner. It is a wooden-sided house. Architectural features include gingerbread treatment and lattice work on the front porch. The top photo shows the house from an angle and at the intersection of two streets. The second photo is a straight on view of the house. Stairs lead up to the porch and front door. There is abundant foliage around the house. The house is located in an area that was redeveloped because of HemisFair '68. Some of the 19th and early 20th century buildings in the area were preserved and others were demolished to make way for the fair. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66319/
215 Victoria Lot No. 411-multi-family dwelling
Two photographs of the residence at 215 Victoria, San Antonio, Texas. The photographs show the building from the front, one slightly at an angle. There are two front doors under a long covered porch supported by thin pillars. In the bottom photograph, several boys can be seen playing in front a large bush. The residence is located in an area that was redeveloped because of HemisFair '68. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66441/
215 Wyoming Lot No. 370-single family dwelling
The black and white image is of a small box home mostly covered by a large bush so only half of the house is visible in the photo. On the right side of the home-- which is visible—there is a covered porch with a front door and window. A sidewalk is visible in the front of the home, and a car parked in the street. A partial view of another home can be seen in the left hand of the photo, and a car is parked in the driveway between the homes. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66336/
216 Wyoming Lot No. 379-church
The black and white photograph is of a church located on 216 Wyoming St. The church is a rectangular brick building with a mission style exterior, and a small dome structure on the roof. It appears that all the stained glass has been removed from the buildings windows. The front of the building has two arch windows to the left and right of the front door. The window to the left has a visible ocular window below the base of the arched window. What appears to have been a circular rose window sits above the front door to the building. There is a sidewalk that passes in front of the church with an electrical pole is positioned on the park slope, and stairs that lead up to the front door of the church. There are homes on either side of the church, the home on the right hand side visibly separate by a chain link fence, the other on the left by a wooden fence. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66337/
217 Rusk Lot No. 171-single family dwelling
Two photographs of a house at 217 Rusk, lot no.171, San Antonio, Texas. The single story house has a saltbox design with a long sloping roof. The front of the house has two doors with a window on either side of the doors. The home is built from stucco or cement and there are areas which show that cracks or holes have been filled in with cement. Two cars are parked at one side of the home; one of them is a Red Ball Co. taxi cab. The house is located in an area that was redeveloped because of HemisFair '68. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66443/
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