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Verner and Louise Petersen Home

Description: Photograph of a home in Danevang, Texas, owned by Verner and Louise Petersen. The house has gray shingles, white siding, and red brick along the bottom part of the exterior walls. Behind a flowering tree, a double-hung window is visible. There are different types of bushes lining the edge of the house, and a tall pine tree on the rightmost side of the picture. In the background there are more trees towering over the house.
Date: 1986
Partner: Danish Heritage Preservation Society

Elvin & Suzan Berndt Home

Description: Photograph of a single-story brick home in Danevang, Texas, belonging to Elvin and Suzan Berndt. Accompanying information, however, states home originally belonged to H. J. Berndt between 1896 and 1970. Photograph was taken a short distance away from a lawn that has been cut short. Small red flowers and bushes line the edge of the house and a small patio that has been bordered off by a green picket fence. Four double-hung windows are visible, as are shutters painted the same green color of the fence. Dark-colored shingles cover what appears to be an intersecting gable roof.
Date: 1990
Partner: Danish Heritage Preservation Society

Wesley & Darlene Miksik Home

Description: Photograph of a single-story brick home belonging to Wesley and Darlene Miksik in Danevang, Texas. Photograph was taken some distance away, capturing a large front yard and average-sized trees spaciously distributed. The house has shutter windows, a gable roof, and small plants along the edge of the brick walls. There is a dog standing near the garage door on the left side of the house.
Date: 1986
Partner: Danish Heritage Preservation Society

H. J. Berndt Home

Description: Photograph of a two-story wooden structure and accompanying outbuildings in Danevang, Texas, belonging to Helvig Jensen Berndt. The main home has a shingled intersecting gable roof and an overhang supported by four columns. There also appears to be a second overhang in the back patio along with several strewn objects on the grass. Accompanying information states that across a time-span of 30 days, Helvig moved the home two and a half miles into a dug hole by wrapping a rope around a post and dragging the home with the aid of a mule. In the early 1970's, it was torn down and Grandson Elvin Berndt built his own home in 1973 on the original spot.
Date: January 1970
Partner: Danish Heritage Preservation Society

Nel Strarup Home

Description: Photograph of two young men identified as Martin (left) and Anton Strarup (right) on the front steps of a two-story home belonging to Nels Strarup. The men are dressed identical to each other in dark-colored trousers and a shirt and tie combination. A brick base and column support an overhang that covers the front porch of the house. Above it, on the second floor, a gable roof and three double-hung windows are visible. A few potted plants have been set on the front steps. There is a stamp on the back of the photograph of a leaping fox with the accompanying text, "Fox Tone Print Fox Co. San Antonio, Texas".
Date: 1986
Partner: Danish Heritage Preservation Society