Heritage, Volume 7, Number 4, Fall 1989 Page: 37
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A.J.M. VUYLSTEKE HOME
1831 Lakeshore Dr., Lamar Univ, Port Arthur;
(409) 983-4921; Open by appt; Queen Anne
"Georgian Revival" Style Historic Home.
2545 Lakeshore Dr., Port Arthur; (409) 9823068;
Open Monday, Wednesday, Friday 10-1
or by reservation daily except Sunday; Southern
Greek Revival home (1915); original Victorian
furniture, antique accessories; $2.
GARZA COUNTY MUSEUM
117 North Avenue N, Post; (806) 495-2746;
Open By Appointment; Local and Pioneer
108 Green St., Quanah; (817) 663-5272; Open
Sunday-Friday; History of Quanah & Hardeman
County; Science, Historic Building and
FORT BEND MUSEUM
500 Houston, Richmond; (713) 342-6478;
Open Tuesday-Saturday 9-4, Sunday 10-4;
Local, Pioneer History; Historic Building/Site.
GEORGE RANCH HISTORIC PARK
FM 762, Richmond; (713) 545-9212; SaturdaySunday
March-October, Group Tours WedFriday;
Living history re-enactment, Home
Tours; Adults $5, Ages 5-12 $2.
Live Oak and First Streets, Round Top; (409)
249-3308; Houses Furnished with Authentic
Early Texas Furniture.
WINEDALE HISTORICAL CENTER
4 Miles East on FM 1457, Round Top; (409)
278-3530; Open Tuesday-Friday by Appt,
Saturday 10-5, Sunday 12-5; Historic Building,
Site; Adults $2, students 50.
INSTITUTE OF TEXAN CULTURES
801 S. Bowie Street, San Antonio; (512) 2267651;
Open Tue-Sun 9-5; State, Local, Pioneer
History, Natural History, Science, Art, Ethnic
Culture and Folk History of Texas.
509 King William Street, San Antonio; (512)
225-5924; Open Wednesday-Sunday 10-5,
Monday-Tuesday 1-5; Mansion, Authentic
19th Century Pieces; Adults $1, Children 50.
Alamo Plaza, San Antonio; (512) 225-3853;
Open Monday-Saturday 9-5:30, Sunday 105:30;
Local and Pioneer History, Art,
Archaeology, Historic Building and Site.
WITTE MEMORIAL MUSEUM
3801 Broadway, San Antonio; (512) 226-5544;
Open June 1-August 31, Tuesday-Saturday 106;
Local and Pioneer History, Natural History,
Archaeology and Prehistory; Adults $2,
Children $1, Free Saturday and Sunday
SAN SABA COUNTY MUSEUM
Mill Pond Park (East of San Saba on U.S. 190),
San Saba; (915) 372-5436 or 3427 or 5276;
Open Sunday 1:30-4:30; weekdays by
appointment; Local, Pioneer History.
SHERMAN HISTORICAL MUSEUM
301 S. Walnut, Sherman; (214) 893-7623;
Open Tuesday-Friday 10-12, 1-5, SaturdaySunday
2-5; Local, Pioneer History, Historic
RAILROAD & PIONEER MUSEUM
710 Jack Baskin St., Temple; (817) 778-6873;
Open Tues.-Sat. 1-4; Local, Pioneer History,
Historic Building; Adults 50, Children 35.
HERITAGE * FALL 1989 37
his charming Colonial Revival home, built in the
I 1880s, has a large wrap-around porch, fluted Ionic
columns, high ceilings and spacious rooms.
The house is located on 1.8 acres in Roxton, Texas,
ninety miles northeast of Dallas.
Included on the grounds are a three car garage, two barns
and a two-story smokehouse/workshop. Extensive work has
been done in the last five years including complete exterior
restoration, rewiring and replumbing. Interior awaits
restoration. Downstairs rooms include living room, parlour,
dining room, kitchen, bedroom and bath. There
are three bedrooms, sunroom and one bath upstairs.
$119,000. Brokers Welcome.
7904 Fallmeadow * Dallas Texas 75248
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