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201 Wyoming Lot No. 373-Amaya Food Market

201 Wyoming Lot No. 373-Amaya Food Market

Date: 196u
Creator: unknown
Description: 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.
Contributing Partner: University of Texas at San Antonio
201 Wyoming Lot No. 373-Amaya Food Market

201 Wyoming Lot No. 373-Amaya Food Market

Date: 196u
Creator: unknown
Description: 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.
Contributing Partner: University of Texas at San Antonio
204 Matagorda Lot No. 354-single family dwelling

204 Matagorda Lot No. 354-single family dwelling

Date: 196u
Creator: unknown
Description: 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.
Contributing Partner: University of Texas at San Antonio
210 Matagorda Lot No. 354-single family dwelling

210 Matagorda Lot No. 354-single family dwelling

Date: 196u
Creator: unknown
Description: 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.
Contributing Partner: University of Texas at San Antonio
214 Matagorda Lot No. 372-single family dwelling

214 Matagorda Lot No. 372-single family dwelling

Date: 196u
Creator: unknown
Description: 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.
Contributing Partner: University of Texas at San Antonio
215 Victoria Lot No. 411-multi-family dwelling

215 Victoria Lot No. 411-multi-family dwelling

Date: 196u
Creator: unknown
Description: 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.
Contributing Partner: University of Texas at San Antonio
215 Wyoming Lot No. 370-single family dwelling

215 Wyoming Lot No. 370-single family dwelling

Date: 196u
Creator: unknown
Description: 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.
Contributing Partner: University of Texas at San Antonio
216 Wyoming Lot No. 379-church

216 Wyoming Lot No. 379-church

Date: 196u
Creator: unknown
Description: 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.
Contributing Partner: University of Texas at San Antonio
217 Rusk Lot No. 171-single family dwelling

217 Rusk Lot No. 171-single family dwelling

Date: 196u
Creator: unknown
Description: 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.
Contributing Partner: University of Texas at San Antonio
219 Victoria Lot No 416-single family dwelling

219 Victoria Lot No 416-single family dwelling

Date: 196u
Creator: unknown
Description: Three photographs of a house at 219 Victoria Street, San Antonio. The house has a run-down appearance. The front porch roof is sagging because one of the columns supporting it is missing. The wall plaster is chipped in several areas. The bushes and grass are overgrown. The house is located in an area that was redeveloped for HemisFair '68.
Contributing Partner: University of Texas at San Antonio