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434 South Alamo Lot No. 211-single family dwelling

434 South Alamo Lot No. 211-single family dwelling

Date: 196?
Creator: unknown
Description: Four photographs of a house at 434 Alamo Street, San Antonio, Texas. Also known as the Sarah Riddle Eager House, it was built in 1866 as a wedding gift. The house is almost hidden by trees and foliage. The house is raised off the ground and architectural features include wood lattice work on the porch fence and stairs, and wooden shutters. The house is located in an area that was redeveloped because of HemisFair '68. This house was preserved and housed the Southern Baptist exhibit during HemisFair.
Contributing Partner: University of Texas at San Antonio
440-442 East Commerce floor plans

440-442 East Commerce floor plans

Date: 196?
Creator: unknown
Description: Image of floor plans of two buildings at 440 and 442 East Commerce, San Antonio. The building at 440 East Commerce is described as a one story masonry residence. The area in square feet is given and the dimensions of each side of the house are given in feet and inches. The building at 442 East Commerce is described as a two story masonry store with the area given in square feet for each floor as well as for the building's length and width in feet and inches. Many residences and buildings in the area occupied by HemisFair '68 were demolished to make way for the fair.
Contributing Partner: University of Texas at San Antonio
505 Goliad Lot No. 439-multi-family dwelling

505 Goliad Lot No. 439-multi-family dwelling

Date: 196?
Creator: unknown
Description: Two black and white photographs of a 3 story house at the corner of Goliad. It's surrounded by a picket fence and the lawn has several trees and bushes. The house also has porches on the 1st and 2nd floors overlooking the street corner. The house is located in an area that was redeveloped because of HemisFair ’68.
Contributing Partner: University of Texas at San Antonio
506 South Lot No. 450-single family dwelling

506 South Lot No. 450-single family dwelling

Date: 196?
Creator: unknown
Description: Two black and white photographs of the house on 506 South Street, San Antonio. The house is a single-story house that has a roof similar to a saltbox house. It also features a covered front porch supported by four posts with decorative trims at the top. A broken wooden fence separates the front porch from the sidewalk, and there is a narrow patch of unkept grass between the fence and the road. A chimney stack is visible rising from the back portion of the roof. The house is located in an area that was redeveloped because of HemisFair '68.
Contributing Partner: University of Texas at San Antonio
508 Santa Clara Lot No. 518-single family dwelling

508 Santa Clara Lot No. 518-single family dwelling

Date: 196?
Creator: unknown
Description: Black and white photograph of the home at 508 Santa Clara, San Antonio. The small home is single story with front porch. There is a white picket fence surrounding the property. There are a lot of mature trees to the left and right of the photo and another tree in the front yard. 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.
Contributing Partner: University of Texas at San Antonio
512 South Lot No. 449-single family dwelling

512 South Lot No. 449-single family dwelling

Date: 196?
Creator: unknown
Description: Two black and white photographs of the house on 512 South Street, San Antonio. The top photograph shows the house from a front left-hand angle; the bottom photograph shows the house directly from the front. The house is a single-story house that features a saltbox house style of roof and front porch supported by four square columns. There are four tall bushes in front of the porch and there is a dirt driveway on the left-hand side of the house. A small stone wall, about a foot in height, separates the front yard from the sidewalk. A wooden fence is partially visible in the backyard. It seems that there is a similar house directly adjacent on the right-hand side, separated by only a couple of feet. The house is located in an area that was redeveloped because of HemisFair '68.
Contributing Partner: University of Texas at San Antonio
520 Water Lot No. 250-single family dwelling

520 Water Lot No. 250-single family dwelling

Date: 196?
Creator: unknown
Description: Black and white photo of a single family dwelling located at 520 Water Lot No. 250. A big tree covers most of the front of the home and trees can be seen in the upper left of the photograph. There is a bush to the left right off the driveway and a chain link fence in front of the yard that separates the home from the sidewalk. Two columns, four windows, and a partial view of the front door can be seen in the front of the dwelling. There is a small mailbox on one of the columns and a short lattice enclosure on the porch as well as on the small ledge on the two windows to the left of the porch. There are three windows that can be seen on the left side of the house and a chimney on the roof. A different pattern of siding can be seen toward the back of the home.
Contributing Partner: University of Texas at San Antonio
527 Water Lot No. 221-quality ornamental iron works

527 Water Lot No. 221-quality ornamental iron works

Date: 196u
Creator: unknown
Description: Two black and white photographs of 527 Water Lot No. 221-quality ornamental iron works. The first picture is of the front and right side of the building. The front porch is covered and has eight thin columns with decorative brackets and a dental style molding is used to form a band under the porch cornice. In the front of the home there are four windows and a front door and to the right side there are four windows on the main house and two visible windows on a back addition to the house. The back addition to the home has slat siding which is different from the main part of the structure which seems to be made out of stucco. There are two chimney smoke stacks on the top of the home. The front of the house is fenced off with a short small makeshift wood and chicken wire fence. There are ornamental iron panels leaning against the porch as well as iron patio stlye furniture on the porch. The lot on the right side of the home is fenced off with a chain link fence and has visible weeds along the fence and sidewalk in front of it. In ...
Contributing Partner: University of Texas at San Antonio
533 Water Lot No. 222-single family dwelling

533 Water Lot No. 222-single family dwelling

Date: 196?
Creator: unknown
Description: Two black and white photos of a single family dwelling located at 533 Water Lot No. 222. In the first photo the house is single story box style home. There is a central screened double French door that is blocked by a patio chair and four windows, two on either side of the door. There are two visible rectangle shaped windows on the right side of the home. The roof is metal and pyramid shaped with a flat top and a square ornamental iron decoration on the top. The dirt driveway on the right side of the home leads to the back and a slightly visible garage style structure. A metal chain fence surrounds the yard along with some shrubs and a large palm tree. There is a large tree visible in the upper right corner behind the home and a large electrical pole and sidewalk in front of the home. The second picture is of the left side or back of the home. A small chicken coop style room with a flat shingled roof and two windows, one on the left and one in the front, is attached to the home. Part of a porch and wood railing is ...
Contributing Partner: University of Texas at San Antonio
601 Matagorda Lot No. 234-Noll’s Gro. & Market corner of Victoria and Matagorda

601 Matagorda Lot No. 234-Noll’s Gro. & Market corner of Victoria and Matagorda

Date: 196?
Creator: unknown
Description: A black and white photograph of Noll's Grocery and Market store in San Antonio, at the intersection of Matagorda Street and Victoria Street. The store is rectangular in shape, and has sidewalks running along the front and right sides. The store has a small porch on the front, suspended by four posts. A sign that reads "Noll's Gro. & Mkt" is suspended on the side of the porch's roof. There is a small tree growing on the right side, and larger trees dominate the left side and back of the store. The store is located in a section of San Antonio that was cleared out for HemisFair '68.
Contributing Partner: University of Texas at San Antonio