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HISTORIC SOUTHEAST TEXAS

They gave birth not only to a dream but also to a mystique. Not Mexican were they, not American, but something else.
They were, they insisted, Texianans.
(Dr. Stephen L. Hardin)
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HISTORIC SUGAR LAND, MISSOURI CITY, RICHMOND, ROSENBERG, THOMPSONS, BOOTH, WEST COLUMBIA, HOUSTON
Guardian Angel Church
Guardian Angel Church
Guardian Angel Church
Guardian Angel Church
Guardian Angel Church
Guardian Angel Church
Guardian Angel Church
Guardian Angel Church
Guardian Angel Church
Guardian Angel Church
Guardian Angel Catholic Church
Guardian Angel Catholic Church
Through the Richmond Railroad Bridge
Through the Richmond Railroad Bridge
Other side of the Tracks
Other side of the Tracks
TRAVS ROADHOUSE
TRAVS ROADHOUSE
Richmond Garden
Richmond Garden
Historic Booth Auditorium
Historic Booth Auditorium
Old Booth School & Auditorium 1908-1947
Old Booth School & Auditorium 1908-1947
Thompsons General Mercantile
Thompsons General Mercantile
Autumn at the Dew House
Autumn at the Dew House
Sugar Land's Sugar Mill
Sugar Land's Sugar Mill
Imperial Sugar Mill
Imperial Sugar Mill
Old Imperial Sugar Mill - Char House
Old Imperial Sugar Mill - Char House
Old Imperial Sugar Mill
Old Imperial Sugar Mill
Old Imperial Sugar Mill
Old Imperial Sugar Mill
Imperial Sugar Company
Imperial Sugar Company
Imperial Sugar Warehouse
Imperial Sugar Warehouse
Sugar Mill Warehouse
Sugar Mill Warehouse
Sugar Mill Warehouse
Sugar Mill Warehouse
Sugar Mill Warehouse
Sugar Mill Warehouse
Bridge at the Old Sugar Mill
Bridge at the Old Sugar Mill
Yellow Shutters
Yellow Shutters
Winston - Morton Cemetary
Winston - Morton Cemetary
Texas Stars
Texas Stars
Adolf Kaulfers ~ Woodman of the World
Adolf Kaulfers ~ Woodman of the World
Monument Detail
Monument Detail
On December 10, 1838, Mirabeau B. Lamar was sworn in as president of the Republic of Texas.
On December 10, 1838, Mirabeau B. Lamar was sworn in as president of the Republic of Texas.
Richmond Police Dept. - Circa 1897
Richmond Police Dept. - Circa 1897
Thompsons House
Thompsons House
Lone Star Saloon
Lone Star Saloon
Varner Hogg Plantation
Varner Hogg Plantation
Sugar Tubs
Sugar Tubs
Ancient Live Oaks
Ancient Live Oaks
Wrapped in Glass
Wrapped in Glass
Attorney's Office - 402 S. Fourth St.
Attorney's Office - 402 S. Fourth St.
James Slavin House - 1863
James Slavin House - 1863
James Slavin House - 1863
James Slavin House - 1863
Old Richmond RR Depot
Old Richmond RR Depot
Old Richmond Depot - Detail
Old Richmond Depot - Detail
603 Calhoun Street
603 Calhoun Street
BNSF On Richmond Bridge
BNSF On Richmond Bridge
Flags in the Ft . Bend County Courthouse
Flags in the Ft . Bend County Courthouse
Haunted House
Haunted House
Happy Mothers Day
Happy Mothers Day
Great Old House For Sale
Great Old House For Sale
Cottage Window
Cottage Window
Thompsons Cafe
Thompsons Cafe
Old Sugar Land - Lakeview  Auditorium
Old Sugar Land - Lakeview Auditorium
Old Sugar Land - Lakeview Auditorium - Dedicated 1918
Old Sugar Land - Lakeview Auditorium - Dedicated 1918
Live Oaks  &  Azaleas
Live Oaks & Azaleas
Lamar-Calder House 1859.
Lamar-Calder House 1859.
Dyer Cemetery
Dyer Cemetery
Arbor
Arbor
Moonlight Moore House
Moonlight Moore House