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[Photograph of a Roof]

Description: Negative of the roof of an unidentified building in Fredericksburg, Texas. This is a brick building with decorative stars and a peak in the roof above the front door. It has a shingled roof with gutters.
Date: unknown
Partner: Gillespie County Historical Society

Building Structure

Description: Photograph of an old deteriorating structure in West Texas. This photograph shows a part of the the building with 2 x 4 bracing. The roof is made from curved clay tiles.
Date: 1972~
Creator: Graham, Val
Partner: Marfa Public Library

Building Structure

Description: Photograph of an old deteriorating structure in West Texas. This photograph shows a part of the the building with 2 x 4 bracing. The roof is made from curved clay tiles.
Date: 1972~
Creator: Graham, Val
Partner: Marfa Public Library

[Morse House]

Description: Photograph of the Morse house in El Paso, Texas. The bungalow-style house has a gabled roof, and there is a small porch with a half-sized wall blocking it off from the yard. The yard has stairs that move down past walls near the street.
Date: 1910~
Creator: Aultman, Otis A.
Partner: El Paso Public Library

[Old House]

Description: Photograph building project on an old house in West Texas. The photo shows the wall of the house that has two large arches in it, a ladder leaning against the roof and stones stacked on another part of the roof.
Date: 1972~
Creator: Graham, Val
Partner: Marfa Public Library

[1517 Montana in El Paso]

Description: Photograph of 1517 Montana in El Paso, Texas. There is a long set of steps leading up to the building from the street, past a slanted lawn. The two story building has a main roof, and a porch roof supported by columns. The main roof has chimneys and an arch-shaped extension of the lower window.
Date: unknown
Creator: Aultman, Otis A.
Partner: El Paso Public Library

Board Roofing.

Description: Patent for a new design of roofing board. The wooden boards are designed to "contract and expand with changes of temperature" (para. 3) and to allow rain to run off without seeping into the joints of the boards.
Date: December 19, 1876
Creator: Zimmerman, Arnold W.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department