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Aerial View of Downtown Austin

Description: Austin High School (first campus - note semicircular part of building) on the top right of the Stephen F. Austin Hotel and to the top left of the St. David's Episcopal Church (top of Driskill Hotel). The roof top of St. Mary's Academy is noticible between Stephen F Austin Hotel and St. David's Episcopal Church. Left center on 7th Street and Lavaca two churches visible First Presbyterian Church (Original Site) on top and Cumberland Presbyterian on bottom (sold in 1955).
Date: January 15, 1950
Creator: Douglass, Neal

Austin -- Aerial Views

Description: Aerial View. Facing toward South Austin. Congress on far right, East Avenue on far left and San Jancinto and Trinity Streets in the middle. 14th Street in foreground running left to right (note Waller Creek and single road bridge). To the top is 12th St. (note double road bridge); the neighborhood to the right including Neches and up to Trinity St and from 12th to 14th will become Waterloo Park. The Austin Longitude Station is to the left of the Capitol (note double stacks). The first Austin High School campus is located between Neches and Trinity in the far center of the photograph.
Date: January 1, 1937
Creator: Douglass, Neal

Austin -- Aerial Views

Description: Aerial view of the state capitol and surrounding neighborhoods. The view is looking south past the main fountain, South Mall and down University Avenue toward the capitol from the University of Texas Tower.
Date: January 1, 1937
Creator: Douglass, Neal

Austin -- Aerial Views

Description: Aerial view. The large building in the center of the photograph is The Scottish Rite Dormitory at 201 W. 27th Street and to the top is Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary. Red River is the street running in the background from left to right. 32nd St intersects Red River on the upper right. Note the carline on Guadalupe and 27th St on bottom right. The neighborhood in the center left is Grooms Addition.
Date: January 1, 1937
Creator: Douglass, Neal