the old harrison county courthouse is located in the center of whetstone square in marshall, texas and is one of the most famous and admired buildings in texas. it is the signature landmark of marshall and is frequently used to represent east texas in travel literature. the old courthouse is listed on the national register of historic places.
the national, is a 52-story, 191 m 627 ft skyscraper in the main street district of downtown dallas, texas, adjacent to the dallas area rapid transit dart akard station.it is the tenth tallest building in the city. in january 2010 the building was closed due to low occupancy rates.
this is a list of the national register of historic places listings in tarrant county, texas.. this is intended to be a complete list of the properties and districts listed on the national register of historic places in tarrant county, texas.there are 23 districts and 87 individual properties listed on the national register in the county.
the santa fe terminal complex is an 18-acre 73,000 m 2 complex of historic buildings in the government district of downtown dallas, texas .constructed in 1924 as the headquarters for the gulf, colorado and santa fe railway and the southwest's largest merchandising center, three of the original four buildings remain today and have been renovated into various uses.
the crescent is a postmodern office, hotel, and retail complex located at 200 crescent court in uptown dallas, texas, united states.the 10-acre complex was designed by philip johnson and john burgee and was completed in 1986. the structure has 1,134,826 square feet 100,000 m 2 of office space in three office towers, hotel crescent court, and an upscale shopping center including department .
this is a list of texas reptiles, including all snakes, lizards, crocodilians, and turtles native to the state of texas.. the state of texas has a large variety of habitats, from swamps, coastal marshes and pine forests in the east, rocky hills and limestone karst in the center, desert in the south and west, mountains in the far west, and grassland prairie in the north.
hydrangea quercifolia, commonly known by its translation oakleaf hydrangea or oak-leaved hydrangea, is a species of flowering plant native to the southeastern united states, in woodland habitats from north carolina west to tennessee, and south to florida and louisiana. a deciduous shrub with white showy flower heads, it is a commonly grown garden plant. . numerous cultivars are available commerci
shoal creek is a stream and an urban watershed in austin, texas, united states.. shoal creek has its headwaters near the domain and runs in a southerly direction, soon reaching the intersection of texas state highway loop 1, locally known as 'mopac expressway' or simply 'mopac,' and highway 183.it continues south, partly along shoal creek boulevard and lamar boulevard, through the western part .
from january to march 2017, various weather forecast offices of the national weather service confirmed at least 399 tornadoes across the united states, activity well beyond climatological norms. based on the 1991–2010 average, the first month of the year is expected to see 35 tornadoes, with 29 occurring in february and 80 forming throughout march. .
the magnolia hotel sometimes called the magnolia building, originally the magnolia petroleum building is a 29-story, beaux-arts style, upscale hotel in the main street district of downtown dallas, texas, that for many years was the tallest building in the state after surpassing the adolphus hotel.
the dal-tex building is a seven-story office building located at 501 elm street in the west end historic district of downtown dallas, texas. the building is located on the northeast corner of elm and north houston streets, across the street from the texas school book depository in dealey plaza , the scene of the assassination of united states president john f. kennedy on november 22, 1963.
the kirby building, historically known as the busch building, is a 17-story skyscraper in the main street district of downtown dallas. the structure was completed in 1913 by beer magnate adolphus busch to accompany his nearby hotel adolphus.the building became vacant with many older buildings during the economic downturn of the 1980s.
this is a list of the national register of historic places listings in bowie county, texas.. this is intended to be a complete list of properties and districts listed on the national register of historic places in bowie county, texas.there are one district and 15 individual properties listed on the national register in the county.
this is a list of the national register of historic places listings in dallas county, texas.. this is intended to be a complete list of properties and districts listed on the national register of historic places in dallas county, texas.there are 34 districts, 102 individual properties, and three former properties listed on the national register in the county.
mosaic dallas, formerly fidelity union life insurance building, is a residential development in the city center district of downtown dallas, texas , adjacent to thanks-giving square.the complex is located at 300 north akard street, across the street from dart's akard station, which serves its blue, red and green light rail lines.
elmwood is a residential neighborhood in central oak cliff, within dallas, texas, composed of tudor cottages, craftsman bungalows and ranch-style homes built mostly in the 1920s through the 1950s surrounding a central greenbelt along the limestone banks of cedar creek texas .
the titche–goettinger building is one of dallas' original broad-front department stores located along st. paul street between main and elm street in downtown dallas, texas .the structure currently houses apartments, retail space, and the universities center at dallas. it is listed on the national register of historic places both individually and as a contributing property in the dallas .
in addition, the adolphus hotel was featured in victor h. green's negro motorist green book in 1936. green published his green book, as it is commonly known, as a guide for blacks seeking recreation, and as a road map for black travelers to avoid fatal encounters with whites during the jim crow era.
the fairmount–southside historic district is a 340-acre 140 ha historic district united states that has been listed on the national register of historic places since 1990.. structures in the district represent late 19th and early 20th century american movements architecture, late 19th and 20th century revivals architecture, and late victorian architecture.