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[100 Block E. Oak]

[100 Block E. Oak]

Date: June 1991
Creator: Hardy, Heck, Moore
Description: Photograph of the 100 Block E. Oak taken from the road. Photo was taken for the Historic Resources Survey of Palestine, Texas 1989-1991.
Contributing Partner: Palestine Public Library
[100 Block W. Gooch]

[100 Block W. Gooch]

Date: June 1991
Creator: Hardy, Heck, Moore
Description: Photograph of the 100 Block W. Gooch taken from the road. Photo was taken for the Historic Resources Survey of Palestine, Texas 1989-1991.
Contributing Partner: Palestine Public Library
100 Block W. Oak

100 Block W. Oak

Date: June 1991
Creator: Hardy, Heck, Moore
Description: Photograph of the 100 Block W. Oak taken from the road. Photo was taken for the Historic Resources Survey of Palestine, Texas 1989-1991.
Contributing Partner: Palestine Public Library
100 Block W. Oak

100 Block W. Oak

Date: June 1991
Creator: Hardy, Heck, Moore
Description: Photograph of the 100 Block W. Oak taken from the road. Photo was taken for the Historic Resources Survey of Palestine, Texas 1989-1991.
Contributing Partner: Palestine Public Library
[100 Block W. Oak]

[100 Block W. Oak]

Date: June 1991
Creator: Hardy, Heck, Moore
Description: Photograph of a two-story brick building located at 100 Block W. Oak in Palestine, Texas, shown from the corner of north Sycamore and west Oak streets.
Contributing Partner: Palestine Public Library
[101 E. Kolstad]

[101 E. Kolstad]

Date: June 1991
Creator: Hardy, Heck, Moore
Description: Photograph of 101 E. Kolstad taken from the road. Photo was taken for the Historic Resources Survey of Palestine, Texas 1989-1991. Although the residential neighborhood north of the city’s central business district contains a high concentration of dwellings built in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, the area also includes many 1910s and 1920s residences constructed as infill housing. This Craftsman bungalow is a prime example. The house remains virtually unaltered with its integrity intact. According to city directories, Daniel B. and May L. Wakefield owned this house from as early as 1926 through at least the early 1940s; they were also the primary residents during that period. Mr. Wakefield worked as a foreman in the electric shop for the I&GN Railroad, and later for Missouri Pacific.
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[101 E. Oak - Federal Building]

[101 E. Oak - Federal Building]

Date: December 1989
Creator: Hardy, Daniel
Description: Photograph of the front (south) and west side of the "Federal Building," located at 101 E. Oak in Palestine, Texas. It is a two-story brick building with Renaissance Revival-style details. This view shows the building from the corner of Oak and Sycamore streets.
Contributing Partner: Palestine Public Library
[101 W. Green]

[101 W. Green]

Date: June 1991
Creator: Hardy, Heck, Moore
Description: Photograph of the front of a one-story, modified L-plan frame house located at 101 W. Green in Palestine, Texas. It has some Queen Anne-style details such as the shingle siding in the front gable end; other details include the box columns and brick pedestals across the front porch.
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[101 W. Green]

[101 W. Green]

Date: June 1991
Creator: Hardy, Heck, Moore
Description: Photograph of the southwest corner of a one-story, modified L-plan frame house located at 101 W. Green in Palestine, Texas. It has some Queen Anne-style details such as the shingle siding in the front gable end; other details include the box columns and brick pedestals across the front porch.
Contributing Partner: Palestine Public Library
[101 W. Main]

[101 W. Main]

Date: June 1991
Creator: Hardy, Heck, Moore
Description: Photograph of 101 W. Main taken from the road. Photo was taken for the Historic Resources Survey of Palestine, Texas 1989-1991. Most of Palestine’s historic commercial buildings have been severely altered, but this 2-story structure retains much of its historic character. Ground floor changes detract from the property’s integrity. Noteworthy architectural features include the corbelled brickwork above the second floor windows and in the parapet. The history of this commercial building is difficult to trace, due to address changes. The building, which Sanborn maps show was constructed in 1896, was believed to have been originally known as 202 Main. The first occupant confirmed by city directories was the T. Fadell Dry Goods Store, which occupied this building as early as 1926. Earlier, according to the Sanborns, the building had housed a drugstore and a hardware store. Prior to this building’s construction, the lot had been the site of the 2-story frame Watson Hotel. Mr. Fadell and his wife Addie lived nearby at 507 N. Queen. Their shop continued to operate at this location through the early 1940s.
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