UC Riverside, California Museum of Photography > Keystone-Mast Collection > #1 - You are standing in front of the door of the Presidents Palace of Texas (when Texas belong to Mexico). This door is carved so as to tell the history of the Spaniards who discovered this part of the new world. "The next time I go to San Antonio, I will get you a booklet on this bldg." This is one of the most historical bldgs. in Texas and is now reclaimed as it was at the time when the President of Texas lived in it. You will note that I have the views all numbered in the order that you would go through this building if you were there. E.L. Bowers

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Title
#1 - You are standing in front of the door of the Presidents Palace of Texas (when Texas belong to Mexico). This door is carved so as to tell the history of the Spaniards who discovered this part of the new world. "The next time I go to San Antonio, I will get you a booklet on this bldg." This is one of the most historical bldgs. in Texas and is now reclaimed as it was at the time when the President of Texas lived in it. You will note that I have the views all numbered in the order that you would go through this building if you were there. E.L. Bowers
Creator
E. L. Bowers
Contributor
Gifford M. Mast
Date Created and/or Issued
[Date not indicated]
Publication Information
Keystone View Company
Contributing Institution
UC Riverside, California Museum of Photography
Collection
Keystone-Mast Collection
Rights Information
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#1 - You are standing in front of the door of the Presidents Palace of Texas (when Texas belong to Mexico). This door is carved so as to tell the history of the Spaniards who discovered this part of the new world. "The next time I go to San Antonio, I will get you a booklet on this bldg." This is one of the most historical bldgs. in Texas and is now reclaimed as it was at the time when the President of Texas lived in it. You will note that I have the views all numbered in the order that you would go through this building if you were there. E.L. Bowers
Type
image
Format
Keystone photo print 7.18 in. x 4.18 in.
Identifier
http://ark.cdlib.org/ark:/13030/kt9q2nc56g
1996.0009.KU101608
Language
English
Subject
Facilities
Residential facilities
Dwellings
Castles and palaces
Architectural and site components
Architectural elements
Doors and doorways
President’s Palace
Place
North and Central America
United States
Texas
Bexar
San Antonio

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