308 East Austin

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129 East Austin

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301 East Austin

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615 West Cox

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1213 Lotus Lane

1213 Lotus Lane Photographs 1213 Lotus Lane 1986 Survey Information Site No.: L-0861 Address: 1213 Lotus Lane  Name: Harry and Robbie Mantooth Bowers Residence Date: 1928-1937 Town: Lufkin Block: J. L Quinalty, Abstract 40, Tract 3 (conrd) #0040-389-003-00-00 Architect/Builder: Shirley Simons Condition: Excellent Description: 2-story masonry with wood shingle multi-gable roof; projecting pone cochere on north facade; projecting wrap around porch on east and south facades is supported by paired boxed columns; windows are wood casements; dormers pierce the roof on two facades; rustic rough sawn random width gable infill; massed plan. Landscaping includes large oak trees and extensive ivy. Garage of similar style at rear. Significance: One of the best examples of the Tudor style designed by Shirley Simons. Robbie Mantooth was Simone wife’s sister. Robbie Mantooth was the daughter of Judge Edwin James Mantooth and Caledonia Watson. Mantooth (1852-1944) was a lawyer, born in Tennessee and moved to Lufkin, establishing the Lufkin Telephone Exchange and Lufkin National Bank. Harry T. Bowers owned and operated the Bowers Grocery in Lufkin; they had five children. The structure is nominated to the National Register. The significance is...

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103 Zeagler Avenue

103 Zeagler Avenue 1986 Survey Information Site No.: L-0718 Address: 103 Zeagler Avenue Date: 1930 Town: Lufkin Block: Zeagler-Cochran-Allbritton Addition, Block 4 Lot: 1 Condition:...

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912 First Street, South

912 First Street, South 1986 Survey Information Site No.: L-0756 Address: 912 S. First Street Date: 1925-1935 Town: Lufkin Block: Kerr Addition, Block 1 Lot: 16 Condition: Good Description: 1-1/2 story; wood frame with brick veneer; irregular plan; intersecting gable roofs with sloped eaves, composition shingles, shed dormer on east, exterior brick chimney with decorative brickwork; arched openings onto porch; wood entry door with rectangular glass; windows are 1/1 wood double-hung, some with upper sash divided into large and small muntins; oval arched picture window; windows are fitted with storm windows; porte cochere on northeast corner; wood casement windows with elongated rectangular muntins at upper floor. Significance:  Good example of...

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304 East Howe Street

304 East Howe 1986 Survey Information Site No.: L-0346 Address: 304 East Howe Street Name: Houston Brookshire Residence Date: 1930-1937 Town: Lufkin Block: 38 Lot: 1, Account #3570-388-038-001-00. Architect/Builder:  Shirley Simons Condition: Excellent Description: 2-story masonry with brick veneer; composition hip and gable roof pierced by dormer; H-plan; two projecting gables, one has cast concrete crest and large brick chimney; recessed entry has double doors with diamond panes and another crest; windows are 6/6 double-hung wood and wood casement; enclosed frame patio on east facade; garage at rear. Significance:  Designed for Houston Brookshire by local architect, Shirley Simons.  Brookshire was one of 10 Brookshire brothers and sisters who founded the Brookshire Brothers grocery store chain.  The Brookshire brothers worked as farmers, ranchers, and teachers until they decided to pool their money and efforts in the grocery business.  Their first store opened in 1921 on the Angelina County courthouse square.  It is one of the largest grocery chains in East Texas and Louisiana.  Houston Brookshire was the second son of Permenas Jasper and his second wife Francis Abigail Brazil.  He married Lelia Puyear.  The 1937 city directory lists this address as the residence of H. Brookshire. Nominated to the National Register.  The areas of significance are architecture and...

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701 Frank

701 Frank 1986 Survey Information Site No.: L-0288 Address: 701 Frank (at Thompson) Date: 1930s Town: Lufkin Block: Woodland Heights Addition, Block 2 Lot: 1 Condition: Good; porch...

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1108 Ellis Avenue

1108 Ellis Avenue 1986 Survey Information Site No.: L-0261 Address: 1108 Ellis Avenue Date: 1930s Town: Lufkin Block: W. D. Bynum Addition, Block 3 Lot: 10 Condition: Good  [1986 Notes:  Style/Type:  Brick Tudor...

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Candy Street, 100 Block of

100 Block of Candy Street 1986 Survey Information Site No.: L-0161 Address: 100 Block of Candy Street Date: 1930s Town: Lufkin Block: Fairchild & Boynton Addition, 6 Lot: 11 Condition: Good Description: 1-1/2 story, wood frame with polychrome brick veneer; irregular plan; brick foundation; intersecting gable roofs, exterior chimney on south, composition shingles; wood frame and plaster finish at gable ends, arched multipaned window at south gable end; concrete and brick porch without roof; arched opening, wood entry door with portal window; 6/6 wood double-hung windows, curved “bow” window on front facade. Significance:  Good example of...

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402 South Bynum Street

402 South Bynum Street 1986 Survey Information Site No.: L-0153 Address: 402 South Bynum Street Name: A. F. and Mrytle Perry Residence Date: 1935 Town: Lufkin Block: J. L.. Quinalty, Abstract 40 Lot: Tract 118, Account #0040-389-118-000-00. Condition: Excellent Description: 2-story; brick veneer; H-plan; brick foundation; steep intersecting gable roofs, clipped gable end on front with small brackets below the eave; composition shingle; extended entry with battered corners, keyed arched entry with cast stone arch above, wood door with long wrought iron hinges, lantern flank entry, tile and brick steps with half piers; windows wood double-hung 6/6, 9/9 with soldier course lintel, small arched windows on north and south on entry; decorative arches with spiral column at upper story windows below the clipped gable end; rounded cornice return at gable ends; exterior brick chimney on north with decorative inset brick panel; quarter round arched vents flank chimney stack; compatible two-bay brick garage at rear. Significance:  Built for A. F. and Mrytle Perry.  He was President of Perry Brothers Variety Stores.  Perry Brothers first store was established in Center, Texas, in 1918 they began operating as a partnership, in 1924 the company incorporated and had their offices in Lufkin.  Nominated to the National Register.  The areas of significance are architecture and...

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302 South Bynum Street

302 South Bynum Street 1986 Survey Information Site No.: L-0152 Address: 302 South Bynum Street Name: C. W. Archie Perry Residence Date: 1935 Town: Lufkin Block: J. L. Quinalty, Abstract 40 Lot: Tract 99, 0.62 acres, Account #0040-389-099-000-00. Condition: Good; later additions at rear. Description: 1-1/2 story; wood frame with brick veneer; brick foundation; intersecting steep gable roofs with hipped gables, composition shingles; irregular U-plan; broken pediment entry with spiral columns, elliptical arched door with quatrefoil light; ornamental header courses of brick around windows, below eaves; elliptical arch picture window with sunburst transom over casement windows on southeast and south corner, spiral columns supporting the arch are inside the window area; windows are wood double-hung with horizontal muntins and casements with horizontal muntins; small arched window at front gable end; exterior chimney on north with arched panel and herringbone-patterned brick; small extended bay with castellated parapet on north; wrought iron balconies at upper floor windows on south; porte cochere closed with wrought iron balconies at upper floor windows on south; porte cochere closed with wrought iron fencing; very fine roughcut stone fence with beaded mortar joints on east and west of grounds; two-story garage at rear. Significance:  Very good example of style.  The 1937 City Directory lists C. W. Archie Perry, the director of Perry Brothers as the occupant.  The 1946 and 1947 directories list Jewel Perry. The Perry family founded the variety store chain of...

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309 Bremond Street

309 Bremond Street 1986 Survey Information Site No.: L-0143 Address: 309 Bremond Street Date: 1930s Town: Lufkin Condition: Good; altered, vinyl...

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1605 Atkinson Road

1605 Atkinson Road 1986 Survey Information Site No.: L-0114 Address: 1605 Atkinson Road Date: 1930s Town: Lufkin Block/Lot: Tract 10 Condition:...

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