Nave Museum

The Royston Nave Memorial was built in 1932 by Emily McCan Nave, widow of Royston Nave, a noted regional artist who died in 1931. Originally designed as a memorial to Nave and a place to …

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Guy Mitchell House

This house is a rare example of Georgian Re­vival architecture in Victoria. It was built in 1914 for Judge Guy Mitchell, a prominent local attorney whose family resided in it for over fifty years. It …

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John Donaldson House

Stone is not found scattered about Victoria County as it is in the Texas Hill Country. The Donaldson house stands out, not only for its stone construction, but also for its design. Houses of this …

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W.H. Smith House

William H. Smith moved from his native Louisiana to Victoria to be a tutor for John J. Welder’s children. Mr. Smith married Kathryn Fleming, and hired architects James Hull and Charles Praeger to design this …

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Joseph V. Vandenberge, Sr. House

This stunning Neoclassical Revival residence is arguably one of Jules Leffland’s most arresting residential designs. It was built in 1908 for J. V. Vandenberge, a suc­cessful local attorney who was one of the founders of …

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Frank H. Crain House

Built in 1915, this house is one of the city’s first and most significant bungalows. Local architects Charles Praeger and Sam H. Dixon, Jr., designed this dwelling for prominent attorney Frank H. Crain. It has …

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Thomas and Kathryn Stoner O’Connor House

In 1927 Thomas O’Connor, grandson of the legendary cattle king of Texas, Thomas O’Connor, had his parents’ palatial frame residence demolished, and hired Page Brothers, Architects of Austin to design an outstanding example of Spanish …

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John Henry Clegg House

In 1900, local merchant, J. F. Hart, hired Jules C. Leffland to design this Victorian masterpiece for himself and his wife. In 1907 the house was purchased by John H. Clegg and his wife, Lillian …

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John and Henrietta Little House

Built circa 1896 for John and Henrietta Little, this Victorian house is noteworthy for its orna­mental detailing. Sunburst brackets and a radi­ating arched spindle section in the front gable are unique. NR-1986.

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