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220 Wyoming Lot No. 380-single family dwelling (first 2)
3 black and white photographs of the house at 220 Wyoming Street, San Antonio, Texas. It is a large house with wood siding and a lot of decorative gingerbread trim around the porch and windows. The house has many windows. The yard around the house is overgrown. In the second photograph a small boy is walking on the sidewalk, beside the house. He is carrying some papers or a folder. The third photograph is overexposed. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66338/
222 Water Lot No. 310-Cuatro Flores Inn, corner of Water and Wyoming
Two black and white photographs of the Cuatro Flores Inn 222 Water, located on the corner or Water and Wyoming streets. The first image is of a small square wood and brick building with a storefront appearance. There is a wooden and glass door in the front of the building with two glass windows on either side and two rectangle shaped windows on top separated by wood framework. The front of the building also has a small awning right below the roof coving the front door and windows. The left side of the building has two windows, one with an air conditioning unit on top. A large billboard is positioned right next to the building and a partial view of the sign can be seen in the upper quarter of the photo. A partial view of the intersection can be seen on the right hand of the building, and a car has been captured passing by in the lower left corner of the photograph, and a building with a fireplace can be seen in the background. The second image is a street view of the same structure but from the right hand side off of Wyoming. The main part of the building has two large rectangular windows on that right side. The building also has an extension attached to back of the main building and it has two windows as well. Weeds surround the base of the building and there is a station wagon parked on the street next to it. The billboard in the first photo is now fully visible above the building. A couple of buildings can be seen on the right hand side of the photo to the back of the inn and a partial street view to the left of the photo is also visible. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66347/
225 Lafitte Lot No. 340-multi-family dwelling
Black and white photograph of a house at 225 Lafitte, San Antonio. It is a large two story house with balconies on both levels at the front of the house. The balconies are supported by thick square columns and have wooden railings. The upper floor has four large windows and there is also an attic window. Four steps lead up to the front door. There is a large bush in the front yard. The house is located in an area that was redeveloped because of HemisFair '68. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66414/
226 Wyoming Lot No. 381-single family dwelling
2 black and white photographs of the house at 226 Wyoming Street, San Antonio, Texas. The top photographs shows the house from the front, with a cement path leading up to the entrance. The roof overhangs the entrance and is supported by several white columns. The lower photograph shows one side of the house with what looks like grillwork on the windows. There is a wooden fence running along the side of the house. There are several bushes and a small tree. The front yard is trimmed and grassy. The house is located in an area that was re-developed because of HemisFair '68. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66339/
227 Rusk Lot No. 169-single family dwelling
Three photographs of the house at 227 Rusk Street, San Antonio. The photographs show the house from the front and sides from two different angles. The front of the house has a porch covered by part of the roof, which is supported by four pillars with ornamental trim. Trees and bushes are in the yard. The house is located in an area that was redeveloped because of HemisFair '68. Some of the houses in the area were preserved and others were demolished to make way for the convention center and/or the fair. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66444/
232 Wyoming Lot No. 383-single family dwelling
The single family dwelling in the first black and white photo is located at 232 Wyoming and is the shape of a salt box style home, tall on one end, short on the other. There is a door on the side of the home facing the camera with no visible windows. On the right side of the home there are two windows, a small window toward the front and a longer window toward the back. A tree is positioned right at the corner of the home covering most of the roof and the right side. There is a man in the photograph measuring the window closest to the front of the photograph. Overgrown grass and weeds clutter the property. The second black and white photograph is of a wooden structure with no visible windows and a gabled roof with a short chimney stack. The structure is made of wood slats going in a vertical direction and there are trees in the foreground and background of the building. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66341/
232 Wyoming Lot No. 383-single family dwelling
Black and white photographs of the house at 232 Wyoming Street, San Antonio, Texas. The home has a slanted roof, somewhat in the salt box style. At least part of the house is made of stucco. The home is located in an area that was re-developed because of HemisFair '68. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66340/
300 North Lot no. 313 - 2 story house/business
Two black and white photographs of a large clapboard house with an attached addition occupied by a business. The house is surrounded by large plants and trees and the second story has a porch. Beside the house, partially visible, is a separate garage. The house is located in an area that was redeveloped because of HemisFair '68. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66424/
300 South Alamo Lot No. 198-18 Hotel
A black and white photograph of the 18 Hotel on 300 South Alamo Street, San Antonio. The hotel sits on a corner and seems to be connected to two buildings on both sides, though the central corner section appears to be a different color than that of the two wings. The central section of the building is three-stories tall, and has "18 Hotel" painted in a verticle fashion on one of its sides. The wing to the left is part of the 18 Hotel, and it is four-stories tall, just slightly taller than the main building. Two cars are parked on the street in front of the hotel. The hotel is located in an area that was redeveloped because of HemisFair '68. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66387/
301 Goliad Lot No. 267-multi-family dwelling
Two photographs of a two-story residence at 301 Goliad Road, San Antonio. The first photograph shows the residence from the side taken from a next door lot that has been cleared of vegetation. The second photograph shows the building in a state of decay or dereliction with building parts scattered on the ground. The building is located in an area that was redeveloped because of HemisFair '68. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66398/
301 North Lot No. 312- Garcia’s Tire Shop
One story clapboard building with an awning covered entry housing a tire shop. Hubcaps decorate the entrance to the shop. The building is located in an area that was redeveloped because of HemisFair '68. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66421/
301 North Lot No. 312- Garcia’s Tire Shop close-up
There are 3 views of the tire store. The top photograph shows the front of the store with hubcaps, inner tubes and tires displayed. Two signs include the words "selling out". The back view of the shop also shows discarded tires and inner tubes. The third photograph shows the store from the side. Two large signs take up most of the wall space. One says "Drink hippo size beverages" and the other says "Garcia's Tire Shop, selling out tires". The store is located in an area that was redeveloped because of HemisFair '68. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66422/
301 North Lot No. 329-Garcia’s Tire Shop
A photograph of Garcia's Tire Shop, located on the street corner at 301 North Street, San Antonio. The front of the store has hubcaps hanging from the wall, poles, and from an awning. Several tires are scattered on the ground. One side of the store is shown in the photograph, with the store name painted on the wall. Most of the rest of that wall is covered by a large advertisement. The shop is located in an area that was redeveloped because of HemisFair '68. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66420/
301 Wyoming Lot No. 467-single family dwelling
Two black and white photos of a single story, single family dwelling located on the corner of 301 Wyoming. The corner house has several windows and what looks like a door on the left side, four windows, and two doors on the front. The elevated cement porch is covered, and has decorative iron work used as columns. A chain link fence surrounds the home, and there is a sidewalk, and park slope that passes the front and to the left side of the home. A street sign marks the street corner, and there is a random scattering of bushes and trees on the park slope and in back of the property. The second black and white photo of the home is a 3/4 view taken from the right hand side. The saltbox style home has two windows and a door on the right side and a there’s a clear view of the one of the front doors and front windows of the home. A chain link fence surrounds the yard, and an electrical pole and tree partially block the view to the front of the house in the photo. A partial view of the house next door can be seen in the right of the photo and a large tree is visible to the upper right as well. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66342/
302-300 North Lot No. 310-businesses
One black and white photograph of small business buildings at 300-302 North Street, San Antonio. The business at 302 is a body shop. The small flat-roofed building next to it cannot be identified but the words "North Street" are displayed in the window. A car is parked in front of this building. The buildings are located in an area that was redeveloped because of HemisFair '68. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66423/
305 Wyoming Lot No. 470-multi-family dwelling
Two black and white photos of a multi family dwelling located at 305 Wyoming. The home is two stories, and built in a saltbox style with a porch that has a raised wall with ten columns holding up the roof. The dwelling has two doors, four windows in the front, plus two windows and a back door on the right hand side of the building. The second story of the home is smaller than the main first story of the home and has six front facing windows covered by an awning with two windows are on the right hand side. There’s a driveway on the right side of the home and a sidewalk passes in front of the house with a couple of bushes that line the front porch and the driveway area. The house on the left is partially visible in the left hand side of the photo. The second photo of the home is taken from the front. Eight of the ten porch columns are visible as well as the steps leading up to the porch. The home has two doors close to the center of the front and two windows opposite each door. The six windows can be seen on the second floor and there is an outside staircase leading up to the second story of the home on the left hand side, and a tall smoke stack like chiminey on the roof. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66343/
307 Matagorda Lot No. 297-2 story multi-family dwelling
A black and white photograph of the house on 307 Matagorda Street, San Antonio. The photograph shows the house from a front right-hand view. This two story brick house has front porches on both levels that are set off to the left-hand side of the front of the house. The house also features several tall rectangular windows and a small front yard with three tall bushes in front of the house. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66320/
311-313 North Lot No. 327-multi-family dwelling
Two photographs of a house on North Street, San Antonio. It is a single story house. Five columns support the overhanging roof in the front of the house. The roof needs repair. Flagstone has been used on the front of the house, half of which has been fenced off. The front area is overgrown with bushes and grass. In the top photograph, a man is looking into the trunk of a car, which is parked at the side of the house. The house is located in an area that was redeveloped because of HemisFair '68. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66425/
314 East Commerce Lot No. 135-St. Joseph
The photographs are different views of the St. Joseph's Society Hall, located on 314 East Commerce and the lot number is 135. The first is the front view of the hall, a large 2 story structure with 2 trees placed at each corner. The second photo shows the side of the building for parking and a sign indicates parking is for members only. The other photos show the building and street area from different angles. The hall is located in an area that was redeveloped because of HemisFair '68 texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66409/
315 Goliad Lot No. 264-multi-family dwelling
3 photographs of a house at 315 Goliad Road, San Antonio. It is a two story house with an upper story covered porch and tall windows. The lower level has decorative wrought-iron work at the entrance area. 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/metapth66399/
315 Matagorda Lot No. 281-single family dwelling,corner of Hallen and Matagorda
One photograph of a single story house at the corner of Hallen and Matagorda streets. The photograph is taken from some distance so the house details are not so clear. There are three tall windows visible, one at the front and two at the side of the house. The front door has a little shelter or awning above it. Along the side of the house tropical looking plants are growing in a small patch of yard area. The house is located in an area that was redeveloped because of HemisFair '68. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66321/
316 North-single family dwelling
A photograph of a house at 316 North Street, San Antonio. It is a bungalow-style house with four steps leading up to the screened front door. It has a fenced well tended front yard area and the entire house has a tidy and well-kept appearance. It is located in an area that was redeveloped because of HemisFair '68. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66426/
316 Water Lot No. 316-multi-family dwelling
Photograph of a multi-family dwelling located on 316 Water in San Antonio. The structure of the building is a simple rectangular shape with several doors and windows in the front. The building's porch is covered, with six wooden column poles holding it up. There’s a partial wooden fence separating the building from the sidewalk that passes in front and an electrical pole embedded into the sidewalk. A short billboard to the left of the building displays the name Tom Lee and a partial sign can be seen on the actual structure. There’s a visible patch of grass and weeds on the left side of the building and building immediately adjacent to the direct right of the building. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66348/
318 Goliad Lot No. 257-multi-family dwelling
Two photographs of a large house at 318 Goliad Road, San Antonio. It is a two-story brick house with covered porches on both levels. Architectural features include an archway leading to the recessed front door and arch-shaped windows. 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/metapth66400/
318 South Lot No. 275-single family dwelling
Black and white photograph of house at 318 South Street, San Antonio. The house has a front covered porch which is supported by four slender columns that have some decorative trim on them. One side of the house with three windows can be seen. There is little or no front yard to speak of and the house is separated from the sidewalk by a white fence. The house is in an area that was redeveloped because of HemisFair '68. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66372/
320 North Lot No. 316- multi-family dwelling
The two-story dwelling was located at 320 North on lot no. 316. The home was a large wood dwelling with banana trees in the yard. The photographs show the house from various views and angles. A sign at the front of the house indicates that it is an apartment house and there are vacancies. The house was located in an area that was redeveloped because of HemisFair '68. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66429/
323 South-multi family dwelling
A black and white photograph of the house on 323 South Street, San Antonio. The house is a two-story house. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66373/
324 South Lot No. 276-single family dwelling
Two black and white photographs of the house on 324 South Street, San Antonio. The house has a front porch that wraps around the left side of the house and a bay window to the right of the front door. The front yard has several small bushes and shrubs and there is a short wire fence in front of the yard. A sidewalk and a small patch of grass, also with shrubs, separates the fence from the street. The yard adjacent to the right-hand side of the house has a short picket fence. The house is located in an area that was redeveloped because of HemisFair '68. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66374/
324 Wyoming Lot No. 460-single family dwelling
Two black and white photos of a single family dwelling located at 324 Wyoming. In the first picture a wooden picket fence is visible in front of the house with some trees and shrubs behind it. The house has three visible thin decorative columns holding up the roof of the porch which also has fencing connecting the columns enclosing the bottom half of the porch area. Two windows and a door are visible underneath the front porch of the home. The home protrudes the length of the porch on the right side of the home, and two of the facing windows are partially visible on the end. Decorative barge line the gables of the house, the boards are mounted right along the roofline. The second image is of an alternative view of the home from the right. Only two windows visible from the right side, a bush is blocking the view of the rear of the home. The house has two chimneys on the right side of the, but no decorative barge on the right side roofline. There are a random number of bushes in the front going on to the right side of the property and there is a car parked in the lower left hand side of the image. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66344/
325 North multi-family dwelling -- Lot 324
This two-family clapboard housing unit has a cement front porch with the roof extending to cover the entrances to both homes. A driveway runs along the side of the home and a sidewalk edges the small lawn. The house is located in an area that was redeveloped because of HemisFair ’68. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66430/
326 Goliad Lot No. 258-multi-family dwelling
Photograph of a large house at 326 Goliad Road, San Antonio. It is a multi-story house with many gables. There is an upper-story porch that goes at least part-way around the house. The house is partly obscured by several large trees. It 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/metapth66401/
326 South Lot No. 278-single family dwelling
Two black and white photographs of the house on 326 South Street, San Antonio. The top photograph shows the house at an angle from the front right-hand side; the bottom photograph shows the house at an angle from the left side. The house is a single-story house with a small front porch suspended by four columns. The house is located in an area that was redeveloped because of HemisFair '68. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66375/
331 Goliad Lot No. 206-single family dwelling
Two photographs of a house at 331 Goliad Road, San Antonio, Texas from two different points of view. The house has a covered front porch supported by thin columns and a railing. There is some stonework on the house. The house is located in an area that was redeveloped because of HemisFair '68. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66402/
335 South Lot No. 279-single family dwelling
Two black and white photographs of the house on 335 South Street, San Antonio. The house has a saltbox house style of roof. The front porch is supported by four columns. A sidewalk and narrow strip of grass separate the house from the street. Several small trees are at the right-hand side of the house, and a couple of taller trees are at the left-hand side. The home is located in an area that was redeveloped because of HemisFair '68. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66376/
400 South Lot No. 392-multi-family dwelling
A black and white photograph of the house on 400 South Street, San Antonio. This single-story house is on a corner and has a long covered front patio supported by five columns. There is a sidewalk in front of the house and on the right-hand side of the house. There are two telephone poles next to the sidewalk on the right-hand side of the house. The house is located in an area that was redeveloped because of HemisFair '68. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66377/
402 Goliad Lot No. 407-multi-family dwelling
Two photographs of a two-story residence at 402 Goliad Road, San Antonio. The buildings has gingerbread architectural details with ornate trim on both the lower and upper levels both of which also have covered porches. There is some wrought iron white garden furniture in the small front yard. The residence 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/metapth66404/
403 Matagorda Lot No. 278-single family dwelling with design
A black and white photograph of the house on 403 Matagorda Street, San Antonio. The photograph shows the house from a front, right-hand angle. This one story house features a small covered patio in the front, and has a pointed roof that slopes long and gradual to the rear, such as in traditional saltbox style houses. The house has a small patch of grass in the front, and a larger patch of grass on the right side. The house is located in an area that was redeveloped because of HemisFair '68. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66322/
403 South Lot No. 391-single family dwelling
Two black and white photographs of the house on 403 South Street, San Antonio. The house is a single-story house and has a small front porch. Several small trees surround the house and there is a small patch of grass and a sidewalk that separate the front of the house from the street. The house is located in an area that was redeveloped because of HemisFair '68. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66378/
406 South Lot No. 394-multi-family dwelling
A black and white photograph of the house on 406 South Street, San Antonio. The house is a single-story house and has a covered front porch with a bench, two chairs, and an appliance visible in this photograph. The front of the house has four tall rectangular windows. There is a tall oak tree on the front yard, and a station wagon is shown passing in front of the house. The house is located in an area that was redeveloped because of HemisFair '68. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66379/
409 Matagorda Lot No. 277-2 story multi-family dwelling
Two black and white photographs of the house on 409 Matagorda Street, San Antonio. This is a two story house that has a sidewalk leading to the steps of the front door. The house has a small front yard, and is surrounded to the left and right by tall trees. The house is in need of repair as the second photo shows window shutters that are broken and some windows are partially boarded up. The house is located in an area that was redeveloped because of HemisFair '68. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66323/
410 South Alamo Lot No. 204-multi-family dwelling
Two black and white photograph of the house on 410 South Alamo Street, San Antonio. This is a two-story house that has a covered front porch on both levels. There are multiple tall rectangular windows on the front-side and right-hand side of the house. Two cars are parked on the street directly in front of the house, and the front portion of another car is visible parked on the street in front of the adjacent house. The house is located in an area that was redeveloped because of HemisFair '68. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66388/
410 Water-multi-family dwelling
Black and white photograph of a two story multi-family dwelling located at 410 Water. The porch has four columns and is topped by an upstairs porch that also has four columns. The upstairs porch is partially screened in, seven windows on the upstairs right side of the dwelling are visible, and a chimney can be seen on the roof. A construction work truck with two workmen is parked next to the building and a car is driving in front of the building. Next to the dwelling on the left hand side is a two story brick building that may be a store front although there are no visible signs. There are several electrical poles in the forefront and a no parking sign on the street as well as a random scattering of trees. The buildings are located in an area that was redeveloped because of HemisFair '68. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66349/
410 Wyoming Lot No. 476-Burnett School
Three black and white photographs of Burnett School located at 410 Wyoming. The first photograph is taken from a distance of the left hand side of the building. The main building has no decorative features and is two stores and configured in a “T” shape, the top of the “T” being the front of the structure, with two single story adjoining buildings on opposite sides of the back. There is a small wooden shed like structure on the right of the building and a partially visible portable type wooden building behind it. There are five visible second story windows on the side and three windows on the back of the building. On the first floor only five windows are visible, two on the back side and three in the front of the main building. The single story attached building on the left has 6 visible windows on the side and front and the second attached single story building is partially visible on the right, but four windows can be seen in the front. A construction trash chute is erected from the ground to the second floor. There are a couple of bushes on the left side of the building as well as a long concrete water fountain in the school yard. Several trees, electrical poles and some building signage are visible in the far background behind the school. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66345/
414 South Alamo Lot No. 206-multi-family dwelling
Two black and white photographs of the house on 414 South Alamo Street, San Antonio. The first photograph shows the rear view of the house; the second photograph shows the house from the front. The house is a two-story house with multiple tall rectangular windows on both stories. There is a small stairway that runs parallel to the street which leads to the front entrance. Two chimney stacks are visible on the roof on the left-hand side of the house in the second photograph. A car is parked on the street directly in front of the house. The house is located in an area that was redeveloped because of HemisFair '68. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66389/
415 South Lot No. 387-multi-family dwelling
Black and white photograph of the house on 415 South Street, San Antonio. This is a single-story house that features a wrap-around covered front porch suspended by seven columns. The roof features multiple gables and two chimneys. The front portion of a pickup truck parked on the street in front house is visible in this photograph. 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/metapth66380/
423 South Lot No. 385-multi-family dwelling
Two black and white photographs of the house on 423 South Street, San Antonio. The top photograph is taken from the front left-hand side of the house; the bottom photograph is taken from the front right-hand side of the house. This is a two-story brick house that features two tall columns supporting covered patios offset to the right-hand front portion of the house on both the first and second stories. The front left-hand side of the house has three tall rectangular windows on both the first and second stories. A tall tree is on the right side of the front yard, and the back yard has a chain link fence with tall bushes on the left side of the house. A chimney is visible towards the back of the roof. 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/metapth66381/
425 South Lot No. 384-single family dwelling
A black and white photograph of the house on 425 South Street, San Antonio. The front and right side of this single-story house are visible on this photograph. The house features a window on the front and on the right side, and a saltbox house style roof with a chimney on the left side. A sidewalk and small patch of grass separate the house from the street. The house is located in an area that was redeveloped because of HemisFair '68. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66382/
430 South Lot No. 397- St. Michael’s Academy
Black and white photograph, taken at an angle, of St. Michael's Academy on 430 South Street, San Antonio. This is a two-story rectangular building, with tall, narrow windows on both stories, and a flat rooftop. The front facade is clearly constructed of brick, and has a small Christian cross attached at the very top & center. The side of the building has an emergency escape slide attached to one of the windows on the 2nd story. The academy 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/metapth66383/
433 South Lot No. 384-mutli-family dwelling
Two black and white photographs of the house on 433 South Street, San Antonio. The top photograph shows the back and right-hand portions of the house; the bottom photograph shows the front and right-hand portions of the house. This two-story house sits on a corner and has a covered front porch on the first and second stories. It features several tall rectangular windows and an emergency escape ladder from one of the second-story windows on the right-hand side. The front and right side of the house are separated from the street by a sidewalk and small patches of grass. A row of bushes line the right side of the house, with a small opening for access to the back portion of the house. The house is located in an area that was redeveloped because of HemisFair '68. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66384/
434 South Alamo Lot No. 211-Eager House
Also known as the Sarah Riddle Eager House, it was built in 1866 as a wedding gift. Three photographs show the house in very poor physical condition. The first photo actually shows a small limestone structure that was built behind the main house and might have served as a kitchen. A fourth photograph is a simple sketch of the outline and dimensions of 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. This house was preserved and housed the Southern Baptist exhibit during HemisFair. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth66391/