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The July 1, 1983, edition of the Houston Chronicle told of a new plan by a group of real estate agents and developers to revive the 23-year-old Westbury Square. Reporter James R. Pierobon noted tha...

The July 1, 1983, edition of the Houston Chronicle told of a new plan by a group of real estate agents and developers to revive the 23-year-old Westbury Square. Reporter James R. Pierobon noted tha...

Sacred Heart Catholic Church, built in 1904 in Galveston, Texas!!! Now tht I know it's in Texas I want to go to it

Sacred Heart Catholic Church, built in 1904 in Galveston, Texas!!! Now tht I know it's in Texas I want to go to it

Bought by W.L. Moody six days after the 1900 storm (reportedly for "ten cents on the dollar"), this imposing 28,000-square-foot limestone and-brick mansion has 32 rooms filled with opulent furnishings and heirlooms from one of Texas's most powerful families.  http://www.galveston.com/moodymansion/

Bought by W.L. Moody six days after the 1900 storm (reportedly for "ten cents on the dollar"), this imposing 28,000-square-foot limestone and-brick mansion has 32 rooms filled with opulent furnishings and heirlooms from one of Texas's most powerful families. http://www.galveston.com/moodymansion/

Westbury Square

Westbury Square

Bum Phillips is overwhelmed by support from fans during the Jan. rally in the Astrodome for the Houston Oilers after the straight loss to the Steelers in the AFC championship game.

MCKINNEY-MCDONALD-LEE HOUSE, 926 Winnie St, Galveston, TX. The two-and-one-half-story 1890 house is a survivor of many tragedies including the 1900 and 1915 Storms. Featuring unique architectural elements including a two-story front bay window that culminates in an open turret, this property is one of Galveston’s unique architectural treasures. In 1993, the house burned in a fire and was left almost abandoned. 03.16.2010

MCKINNEY-MCDONALD-LEE HOUSE, 926 Winnie St, Galveston, TX. The two-and-one-half-story 1890 house is a survivor of many tragedies including the 1900 and 1915 Storms. Featuring unique architectural elements including a two-story front bay window that culminates in an open turret, this property is one of Galveston’s unique architectural treasures. In 1993, the house burned in a fire and was left almost abandoned. 03.16.2010

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