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Re-Survey of Dart Tract in the W.H. Jack League, Galveston Co. Texas, 1914.

Description: Re-Survey of Dart Tract in the W.H. Jack League, July 1914. West Hitchcock subdivision. Points of interests include: A. H. Henck land, Highland Bayou, A. Calagui land, Sante Fe Rail Road. "Filed for record Sept. 10th 1917 at 2:30 o'clock p.m. Recorded September 19th, 1917 at 4 o'clock P.M. Geo F. Burgess, Clerk by J. F. Johnston Deputy."
Date: July 1914
Creator: Sias, R. M.

[Map of Greater Galveston County, 1954]

Description: 1954 Map of Greater Galveston County, donated to the Genevieve Miller Public Library by Ben K. Peek Real Estate. Points of interest include: Algoa, Hitchcock, LaMarque, Texas City, Boliver, Deer Islands, Offats Bayou, Pelican Project, Galveston, San Leon, Bacliffe, Dickinson Bayou, Moses Lake, Dollar Bay, April Fool Point, and an Industrial Water Canal.
Date: 1954

[Plat of Dellanera Subdivision, Hitchcock 1954]

Description: 1954 Plat of the Dellanera subdivision of Hitchcock, Texas. Signatures on plat include: Paul A. Milligan, Surveyor; G. Dellanera; Juila Dellanera; Dorothy B. Ranson, public notary; D. V. De Pasquale, County Engineer; R. W. Poliner, County Commissioner; Irwin P. Dantino, County Judge; Jack W. Callahan, County Attorney; John R. Platte, County Clerk; Gertrude McKenna.
Date: 1954
Creator: Milligan, Paul A.

Genevieve Miller home in Hitchcock

Description: Genevieve Miller home in Hitchcock, Texas. Picture taken August 1980. It was built in 1918 in Freddiesville and was originally a Santa Fe Railway Company house. After changing of railway operations the house was offered for sale. Miss. Miller purchased the house, some time in the 1940's, and had it moved to Barry and 2nd st. Miss. Miller donated the land/house in 1979 and the Genevieve Miller Hitchcock Public Library was built in 1985. The house serves as a museum.
Date: unknown