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- Main Title [1001 N. Sycamore]
- Series Title Historic Resources Survey of Palestine, Texas: An Inventory for The City of Palestine
Photographer: Hardy, Heck, MooreCreator Type: Organization
Donor: Palestine (Tex.)Contributor Type: Organization
- Creation: 1991-06
- Digitized: 2006-03-06
- Content Description: Photograph of the front and northeast corner of a 2-story, Four Square-plan, blue frame house with white trim, located at 1001 N. Sycamore in Palestine, Texas. It has box-like massing, a low-pitched hipped roof, and an off-center front door with Classical Revival-style architectural ornamentation on the porch.
- Physical Description: 1 photograph : positive, col. ; 35 mm.
- University of North Texas Libraries Browse Structure: Architecture - Buildings
- Keyword: Historical Resources Survey of Palestine, Texas. 1989-1991
- University of North Texas Libraries Browse Structure: Social Life and Customs - Homes
- Keyword: houses
- Keyword: historic buildings
- Item is a Primary Source
- Place Name: United States - Texas - Anderson County - Palestine
- Time Period: mod-tim
- Coverage Date: 1991-06
- Place Point: north=31.768831; east=-95.633009;
Name: Rescuing Texas History, 2006Code: SG06
Name: Palestine Public LibraryCode: PPL
- Rights Access: public
- Accession or Local Control No: an-1001-n-sycamore
- Archival Resource Key: ark:/67531/metapth10540
- Digital Preservation: creationAppName: Adobe Photoshop creationAppVersion: 7 creationHardware: Epson Perfection 4990 Photo
- Display Note: Photograph of 1001 N. Sycamore taken from the road. Photo was taken for the Historic Resources Survey of Palestine, Texas 1989-1991. This 2-story frame dwelling is a somewhat rare example of a Four Square house in Palestine. It has the box-like massing, low-pitched hipped roof, and off-center front door that are characteristically seen on Four Square houses. The building has modest amounts of architectural ornamentation on the porch that illustrate an influence of the Classical Revival style. The addition onto the porch detracts somewhat from the property’s character. According to one owner, John Phillip Roquemore, an executive with the I&GN Railroad, built this house in 1911 for his parents, John Lewis Roquemore and May Cordelia Roquemore. Mr. J.P. Roquemore’s sisters and brothers-in-law also occupied the house, and the two sisters co-occupied the house as widows in the later years of the family’s occupancy. The Roquemore family occupied the house until 1979.
- Display Note: Taken from: Historic Resources Survey of Palestine, Texas: An Inventory for The City of Palestine, Volume V, Color Slides, June 1991