Texas Art Deco & Streamline Moderne Buildings (page 1)

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Eddie's Napoli's Italian Restaurant
Amarillo, TX
The Eddie's Napoli's Italian Restaurant building appears to be from the 1930s. Does anyone know what was here originally? [map]

former Guaranty Finance Co. [gone]
Austin, TX
The former Guaranty Finance Co. building was built in 1946. In 2011, this limestone facade was removed.

Scarbrough Building: 1, 2

Wehring's Grocery and Market
Baytown, TX
Wehring's Grocery and Market was built in 1938. The pylon was added by Piggly Wiggly after they purchased the building in 1944. This building has been vacant for many years. For more, see this website. [map]

Kyle Block
Beaumont, TX
The Kyle Block was designed by Babin & Neff and built in 1933. It consists of a square block with 11 storefronts. [map]

First National Bank of Beaumont
Beaumont, TX
The First National Bank of Beaumont was built in 1937. The friezes depict banking and local industries (shipping, lumber, agriculture and oil). The bank moved across the street in 1963. The building is now referred to as the Tonahill Building. [map]

Bluebell Creameries
Brenham, TX
Bluebell Creameries was established in Brenham in 1907. This building is probably from the 1930s or 1940s and still houses Bluebell offices. [map]

First State Bank & Trust Co.
Bryan, TX
The First State Bank & Trust Co. was built in 1929. The building is listed on the National Register of the Historic Places. [map]

unidentified building
Conroe, TX
This unidentified building may have been a gas station or a house originally. Does anyone know anything about it? [map]

O.T. Bassett Tower
El Paso, TX
The O.T. Bassett Tower was designed by Henry Trost and built in 1930. The building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. When these photos were taken in 2017, the building was being renovated as a hotel. For more, see this website. [map]

Eagle Pass:
Maverick County Jail

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