National Register of Historic Places listings in Galveston County, Texas

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Location of Galveston County in Texas

This is a list of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Galveston County, Texas.

This is intended to be a complete list of properties and districts listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Galveston County, Texas. There are nine districts, 68 individual properties, and four former properties listed on the National Register in the county. Two districts and one individually listed property are National Historic Landmarks. One district and six individually listed properties are State Antiquities Landmarks. Seventy-two properties are Recorded Texas Historic Landmarks including one property that contains two while four districts contain many more.

Many of the below locations survived the Galveston hurricane of 1900 while all former listings were victims of later hurricanes.

This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted November 29, 2019.[1]

Current listings[edit]

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[3] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[5] Location City or town Description
1 Ashton Villa
Ashton Villa
October 28, 1969
(#69000204)
2328 Broadway
29°17′59″N 94°47′33″W / 29.299722°N 94.7925°W / 29.299722; -94.7925 (Ashton Villa)
Galveston Recorded Texas Historic Landmark
2 Henry Beissner House
Henry Beissner House
April 3, 1978
(#78002929)
2818 Ball Ave.
29°18′01″N 94°47′56″W / 29.300278°N 94.798889°W / 29.300278; -94.798889 (Henry Beissner House)
Galveston
3 Bishop's Palace
Bishop's Palace
August 25, 1970
(#70000746)
1402 Ave. J (Broadway)
29°18′17″N 94°46′55″W / 29.304722°N 94.781944°W / 29.304722; -94.781944 (Bishop's Palace)
Galveston Recorded Texas Historic Landmark, part of East End Historic District
4 Broadway Cemetery Historic District
Broadway Cemetery Historic District
June 13, 2014
(#14000340)
6 blocks between Broadway Ave., Ave. L, 43rd & 40th Sts.
29°17′37″N 94°48′47″W / 29.293518°N 94.812925°W / 29.293518; -94.812925 (Broadway Cemetery Historic District)
Galveston
5 Building at 1921-1921 1/2 Avenue D
Building at 1921-1921 1/2 Avenue D
August 14, 1984
(#84001671)
1921-1921 1/2 Ave. D
29°18′21″N 94°47′23″W / 29.305833°N 94.789722°W / 29.305833; -94.789722 (Building at 1921-1921 1/2 Avenue D)
Galveston Historic Resources of the Galveston Central Business District MRA
6 Building at 1925-1927 Market Street
Building at 1925-1927 Market Street
August 14, 1984
(#84001668)
1925-1927 Market St.
29°18′25″N 94°47′29″W / 29.306944°N 94.791389°W / 29.306944; -94.791389 (Building at 1925-1927 Market Street)
Galveston Historic Resources of the Galveston Central Business District MRA
7 Cedar Lawn Historic District December 20, 2002
(#02001570)
Bounded by 45th. St., 48th St., Ave. L, and Ave. N,
29°17′23″N 94°49′04″W / 29.289722°N 94.817778°W / 29.289722; -94.817778 (Cedar Lawn Historic District)
Galveston
8 City Hall
City Hall
August 14, 1984
(#84001676)
823 25th St.
29°18′01″N 94°47′43″W / 29.300278°N 94.795278°W / 29.300278; -94.795278 (City Hall)
Galveston Historic Resources of the Galveston Central Business District MRA
9 City National Bank
City National Bank
August 14, 1984
(#84001680)
2217 Market St
29°18′20″N 94°47′36″W / 29.305474°N 94.793282°W / 29.305474; -94.793282 (City National Bank)
Galveston Historic Resources of the Galveston Central Business District MRA
10 Frank B. Davison House
Frank B. Davison House
June 29, 1976
(#76002033)
109 3rd Ave.
29°23′13″N 94°53′42″W / 29.386944°N 94.895°W / 29.386944; -94.895 (Frank B. Davison House)
Texas City State Antiquities Landmark, Recorded Texas Historic Landmark
11 Denver Court Historic District January 14, 2002
(#01001471)
Roughly bounded by Aves. S1/2 and U1/2, 43rd and 52nd Sts.
29°16′39″N 94°48′54″W / 29.2775°N 94.815°W / 29.2775; -94.815 (Denver Court Historic District)
Galveston
12 East End Historic District
East End Historic District
May 30, 1975
(#75001979)
Irregular pattern including both sides of Broadway and Market Sts.
29°18′16″N 94°46′58″W / 29.304444°N 94.782778°W / 29.304444; -94.782778 (East End Historic District)
Galveston Includes Recorded Texas Historic Landmarks
13 Eiband's
Eiband's
August 14, 1984
(#84001683)
2001 Central Plaza
29°18′16″N 94°47′32″W / 29.304444°N 94.792222°W / 29.304444; -94.792222 (Eiband's)
Galveston Historic Resources of the Galveston Central Business District MRA
14 ELISSA
ELISSA
March 21, 1978
(#78002930)
Pier 21, 21st Street and Harborside Drive
29°18′34″N 94°47′37″W / 29.30946667°N 94.7936°W / 29.30946667; -94.7936 (ELISSA)
Galveston
15 Falstaff Brewery
Falstaff Brewery
August 29, 2018
(#100002841)
3302 Church St. (Ave. F)
29°18′03″N 94°48′22″W / 29.300729°N 94.806066°W / 29.300729; -94.806066 (Falstaff Brewery)
Galveston This structure is currently abandoned
16 First Evangelical Lutheran Church
First Evangelical Lutheran Church
August 14, 1984
(#84001688)
2401 Ave. G
29°18′07″N 94°47′39″W / 29.301944°N 94.794167°W / 29.301944; -94.794167 (First Evangelical Lutheran Church)
Galveston Recorded Texas Historic Landmark; Historic Resources of the Galveston Central Business District MRA
17 First Presbyterian Church
First Presbyterian Church
January 29, 1979
(#79002942)
1903 Church St.
29°18′15″N 94°47′19″W / 29.304167°N 94.788611°W / 29.304167; -94.788611 (First Presbyterian Church)
Galveston Recorded Texas Historic Landmark
18 Fort Travis
Fort Travis
March 30, 2005
(#05000247)
TX 87 at Loop 108
29°21′53″N 94°45′29″W / 29.364722°N 94.758056°W / 29.364722; -94.758056 (Fort Travis)
Port Bolivar State Antiquities Landmark
19 Galveston Causeway
Galveston Causeway
December 12, 1976
(#76002028)
Spans Galveston Bay from Virginia Point to Galveston Island
29°17′51″N 94°53′12″W / 29.2975°N 94.886667°W / 29.2975; -94.886667 (Galveston Causeway)
Galveston State Antiquities Landmark
20 Galveston Orphans Home
Galveston Orphans Home
March 21, 1979
(#79002943)
1315 21st St.
29°17′50″N 94°47′19″W / 29.297222°N 94.788611°W / 29.297222; -94.788611 (Galveston Orphans Home)
Galveston Recorded Texas Historic Landmark
21 Galveston Seawall
Galveston Seawall
August 18, 1977
(#77001443)
Seawall Blvd.
29°18′09″N 94°46′27″W / 29.3025°N 94.774167°W / 29.3025; -94.774167 (Galveston Seawall)
Galveston State Antiquities Landmark
22 Galveston US Post Office, Custom House and Courthouse
Galveston US Post Office, Custom House and Courthouse
April 25, 2001
(#01000438)
601 25th St. (Rosenberg St.)[6]
29°18′08″N 94°47′45″W / 29.302222°N 94.795833°W / 29.302222; -94.795833 (Galveston US Post Office, Custom House and Courthouse)
Galveston
23 Galvez Hotel
Galvez Hotel
April 4, 1979
(#79002944)
2024 Seawall Blvd.
29°17′32″N 94°47′08″W / 29.292222°N 94.785556°W / 29.292222; -94.785556 (Galvez Hotel)
Galveston Recorded Texas Historic Landmark
24 Garten Verein Pavilion
Garten Verein Pavilion
July 20, 1977
(#77001444)
27th St. and Avenue O (Kempner Park)
29°17′34″N 94°47′41″W / 29.292778°N 94.794722°W / 29.292778; -94.794722 (Garten Verein Pavilion)
Galveston State Antiquities Landmark, Recorded Texas Historic Landmark
25 Grace Episcopal Church
Grace Episcopal Church
April 3, 1975
(#75001980)
1115 36th St.
29°17′39″N 94°48′23″W / 29.294167°N 94.806389°W / 29.294167; -94.806389 (Grace Episcopal Church)
Galveston Recorded Texas Historic Landmark
26 Grand Opera House
Grand Opera House
January 2, 1974
(#74002071)
2012-2020 Ave. E
29°17′47″N 94°47′26″W / 29.296389°N 94.790556°W / 29.296389; -94.790556 (Grand Opera House)
Galveston Recorded Texas Historic Landmark
27 John Hagemann House
John Hagemann House
June 1, 1982
(#82004505)
3301 Ave. L
29°17′40″N 94°48′47″W / 29.294444°N 94.813056°W / 29.294444; -94.813056 (John Hagemann House)
Galveston Recorded Texas Historic Landmark
28 House at 2017-2023 Avenue I
House at 2017-2023 Avenue I
August 14, 1984
(#84001698)
2017-2023 Ave. I
29°18′05″N 94°47′07″W / 29.301389°N 94.785278°W / 29.301389; -94.785278 (House at 2017-2023 Avenue I)
Galveston Historic Resources of the Galveston Central Business District MRA
29 House at 2528 Postoffice St.
House at 2528 Postoffice St.
August 14, 1984
(#84001700)
2528 Postoffice St.
29°18′13″N 94°47′49″W / 29.303611°N 94.796944°W / 29.303611; -94.796944 (House at 2528 Postoffice St.)
Galveston Historic Resources of the Galveston Central Business District MRA
30 Sealy Hutchings House
Sealy Hutchings House
July 29, 1994
(#94000796)
2805 Ave. O
29°17′31″N 94°47′44″W / 29.291944°N 94.795556°W / 29.291944; -94.795556 (Sealy Hutchings House)
Galveston
31 I.O.O.F. Lodge
I.O.O.F. Lodge
August 14, 1984
(#84001703)
505 20th St.
29°18′18″N 94°47′24″W / 29.305°N 94.79°W / 29.305; -94.79 (I.O.O.F. Lodge)
Galveston Historic Resources of the Galveston Central Business District MRA
32 Illies Building-Justine Apartments
Illies Building-Justine Apartments
August 22, 1995
(#95001028)
503 21st St.
29°17′49″N 94°46′56″W / 29.296944°N 94.782222°W / 29.296944; -94.782222 (Illies Building-Justine Apartments)
Galveston Historic Resources of the Galveston Central Business District MRA
33 Daniel Webster Kempner House
Daniel Webster Kempner House
March 30, 1979
(#79002945)
2504 Ave. O
29°17′35″N 94°47′34″W / 29.293056°N 94.792778°W / 29.293056; -94.792778 (Daniel Webster Kempner House)
Galveston Part of Silk Stocking Residential Historic District
34 Jean Lafitte Hotel
Jean Lafitte Hotel
August 14, 1984
(#84001705)
2105 Ave. F
29°18′14″N 94°47′27″W / 29.303889°N 94.790833°W / 29.303889; -94.790833 (Jean Lafitte Hotel)
Galveston Historic Resources of the Galveston Central Business District MRA
35 Lasker Home for Homeless Children
Lasker Home for Homeless Children
April 14, 1983
(#83003140)
1019 16th St.
29°18′02″N 94°47′01″W / 29.300556°N 94.783611°W / 29.300556; -94.783611 (Lasker Home for Homeless Children)
Galveston Recorded Texas Historic Landmark; part of Lost Bayou Historic District
36 E.S. Levy Building
E.S. Levy Building
November 13, 2003
(#03001163)
2221-2225 Market St.
29°18′17″N 94°47′36″W / 29.304722°N 94.793333°W / 29.304722; -94.793333 (E.S. Levy Building)
Galveston Historic Resources of the Galveston Central Business District MRA
37 Lost Bayou Historic District
Lost Bayou Historic District
June 19, 2017
(#100001224)
Roughly bounded by Broadway, Ave. N, 14th & 21st Sts.
29°17′58″N 94°47′06″W / 29.299416°N 94.784990°W / 29.299416; -94.784990 (Lost Bayou Historic District)
Galveston Includes Recorded Texas Historic Landmarks
38 Marschner Building
Marschner Building
August 14, 1984
(#84001706)
1914-1916 Mechanic St.
29°18′26″N 94°47′23″W / 29.307222°N 94.789722°W / 29.307222; -94.789722 (Marschner Building)
Galveston Recorded Texas Historic Landmark; Historic Resources of the Galveston Central Business District MRA
39 McKinney-McDonald House
McKinney-McDonald House
May 4, 1976
(#76002030)
926 Winnie St.
29°18′24″N 94°46′39″W / 29.306667°N 94.7775°W / 29.306667; -94.7775 (McKinney-McDonald House)
Galveston
40 Melrose Apartment Building
Melrose Apartment Building
October 14, 1998
(#98001246)
2002 Post Office St.
29°18′19″N 94°47′26″W / 29.305278°N 94.790556°W / 29.305278; -94.790556 (Melrose Apartment Building)
Galveston Historic Resources of the Galveston Central Business District MRA
41 Michel B. Menard House
Michel B. Menard House
December 12, 1976
(#76002031)
1605 33rd St.
29°17′27″N 94°48′06″W / 29.290833°N 94.801667°W / 29.290833; -94.801667 (Michel B. Menard House)
Galveston
42 Merimax Building
Merimax Building
January 24, 1985
(#85000121)
521 22nd St.
29°18′15″N 94°47′32″W / 29.304124°N 94.792335°W / 29.304124; -94.792335 (Merimax Building)
Galveston Historic Resources of the Galveston Central Business District MRA
43 Model Laundry
Model Laundry
August 14, 1984
(#84001707)
513-523 25th St.
29°18′10″N 94°47′45″W / 29.302778°N 94.795833°W / 29.302778; -94.795833 (Model Laundry)
Galveston Historic Resources of the Galveston Central Business District MRA
44 Col. Hugh B. and Helen Moore House
Col. Hugh B. and Helen Moore House
October 28, 1994
(#94001241)
8 Ninth Ave., N.
29°23′38″N 94°54′10″W / 29.393889°N 94.902778°W / 29.393889; -94.902778 (Col. Hugh B. and Helen Moore House)
Texas City Recorded Texas Historic Landmark
45 Mosquito Fleet Berth, Pier 19
Mosquito Fleet Berth, Pier 19
April 21, 1975
(#75001981)
N end of 20th St., Pier 19
29°18′39″N 94°47′25″W / 29.310833°N 94.790278°W / 29.310833; -94.790278 (Mosquito Fleet Berth, Pier 19)
Galveston State Antiquities Landmark
46 Old Galveston Customhouse
Old Galveston Customhouse
August 25, 1970
(#70000747)
Southeast corner 20th and Post Office (Ave. E) Sts.
29°18′18″N 94°47′23″W / 29.305°N 94.789722°W / 29.305; -94.789722 (Old Galveston Customhouse)
Galveston
47 Pix Building
Pix Building
August 14, 1984
(#84001713)
2128 Postoffice St.
29°18′18″N 94°47′32″W / 29.305°N 94.792222°W / 29.305; -94.792222 (Pix Building)
Galveston Historic Resources of the Galveston Central Business District MRA
48 Point Bolivar Lighthouse
Point Bolivar Lighthouse
August 18, 1977
(#77001445)
TX 87
29°22′00″N 94°46′00″W / 29.366667°N 94.766667°W / 29.366667; -94.766667 (Point Bolivar Lighthouse)
Port Bolivar
49 Powhatan House
Powhatan House
October 6, 1975
(#75001982)
3427 Ave. O
29°17′24″N 94°48′11″W / 29.29°N 94.803056°W / 29.29; -94.803056 (Powhatan House)
Galveston Recorded Texas Historic Landmark
50 Quigg-Baulard House
Quigg-Baulard House
September 17, 2015
(#15000618)
2628 Broadway
29°17′57″N 94°47′48″W / 29.299228°N 94.796545°W / 29.299228; -94.796545 (Quigg-Baulard House)
Galveston Recorded Texas Historic Landmark
51 Reedy Chapel-AME Church
Reedy Chapel-AME Church
September 14, 1984
(#84001717)
2013 Broadway
29°18′00″N 94°47′19″W / 29.3°N 94.788611°W / 29.3; -94.788611 (Reedy Chapel-AME Church)
Galveston Recorded Texas Historic Landmark
52 Robinson Building
Robinson Building
August 14, 1984
(#84001720)
2009-2011 Postoffice St.
29°18′17″N 94°47′26″W / 29.304722°N 94.790556°W / 29.304722; -94.790556 (Robinson Building)
Galveston Historic Resources of the Galveston Central Business District MRA
53 Rosenberg Library
Rosenberg Library
August 14, 1984
(#84001722)
2310 Sealy St.
29°18′03″N 94°47′34″W / 29.300833°N 94.792778°W / 29.300833; -94.792778 (Rosenberg Library)
Galveston Historic Resources of the Galveston Central Business District MRA
54 Scottish Rite Cathedral
Scottish Rite Cathedral
August 14, 1984
(#84001724)
2128 Church St.
29°18′14″N 94°47′30″W / 29.303889°N 94.791667°W / 29.303889; -94.791667 (Scottish Rite Cathedral)
Galveston Historic Resources of the Galveston Central Business District MRA
55 George Sealy House
George Sealy House
October 28, 1969
(#69000205)
2424 Broadway
29°17′59″N 94°47′37″W / 29.299722°N 94.793611°W / 29.299722; -94.793611 (George Sealy House)
Galveston Recorded Texas Historic Landmark
56 The Settlement Historic District May 17, 2010
(#10000268)
Centered on the intersection of N Bell Dr and the 100 block of S Bell Dr with cross-streets Carver Ave and Eunice St
29°22′58″N 94°58′38″W / 29.382778°N 94.977222°W / 29.382778; -94.977222 (The Settlement Historic District)
Texas City
57 M. W. Shaw Building
M. W. Shaw Building
August 14, 1984
(#84001728)
2427 Ave. D
29°18′16″N 94°47′45″W / 29.304444°N 94.795833°W / 29.304444; -94.795833 (M. W. Shaw Building)
Galveston Historic Resources of the Galveston Central Business District MRA
58 Silk Stocking Residential Historic District
Silk Stocking Residential Historic District
May 10, 1996
(#96000539)
Roughly bounded by Ave. K, 23rd St., Ave. P, and 26th St.
29°17′42″N 94°47′30″W / 29.295°N 94.791667°W / 29.295; -94.791667 (Silk Stocking Residential Historic District)
Galveston Includes Recorded Texas Historic Landmarks
59 Ashbel Smith Building
Ashbel Smith Building
October 28, 1969
(#69000203)
914-916 Ave. B
29°18′48″N 94°46′44″W / 29.313333°N 94.778889°W / 29.313333; -94.778889 (Ashbel Smith Building)
Galveston State Antiquities Landmark, Recorded Texas Historic Landmark
60 SS SELMA (steamship)
SS SELMA (steamship)
January 5, 1994
(#93001449)
Within the channel between Galveston and Port Bolivar
29°20′39″N 94°47′11″W / 29.344276°N 94.786407°W / 29.344276; -94.786407 (SS SELMA (steamship))
Galveston
61 St. Joseph's Church
St. Joseph's Church
December 12, 1976
(#76002032)
2202 Ave. K
29°17′57″N 94°47′26″W / 29.299167°N 94.790556°W / 29.299167; -94.790556 (St. Joseph's Church)
Galveston Recorded Texas Historic Landmark
62 St. Mary's Cathedral
St. Mary's Cathedral
June 4, 1973
(#73001964)
2011 Church Ave.
29°18′14″N 94°47′24″W / 29.303889°N 94.79°W / 29.303889; -94.79 (St. Mary's Cathedral)
Galveston Recorded Texas Historic Landmark
63 Star Drug Store
Star Drug Store
August 14, 1984
(#84001731)
510 23rd St.
29°18′14″N 94°47′35″W / 29.303889°N 94.793056°W / 29.303889; -94.793056 (Star Drug Store)
Galveston Historic Resources of the Galveston Central Business District MRA
64 Steffens-Drewa House Complex
Steffens-Drewa House Complex
December 1, 1988
(#88002671)
2701, 2705, and 2709 Ave. O
29°17′32″N 94°47′40″W / 29.292222°N 94.794444°W / 29.292222; -94.794444 (Steffens-Drewa House Complex)
Galveston
65 The Strand Historic District
The Strand Historic District
January 26, 1970
(#70000748)
Roughly bounded by Ave. A, 20th St., alley between Aves. C and D, and railroad depot
29°18′23″N 94°47′37″W / 29.306389°N 94.793611°W / 29.306389; -94.793611 (The Strand Historic District)
Galveston Includes Recorded Texas Historic Landmarks
66 Stringfellow Orchards
Stringfellow Orchards
February 27, 2013
(#13000043)
7902 TX 6
29°21′00″N 95°01′01″W / 29.35011°N 95.01708°W / 29.35011; -95.01708 (Stringfellow Orchards)
Hitchcock
67 Sweeney-Royston House
Sweeney-Royston House
September 1, 1978
(#78002931)
2402 Ave. L
29°17′52″N 94°47′32″W / 29.297778°N 94.792222°W / 29.297778; -94.792222 (Sweeney-Royston House)
Galveston Recorded Texas Historic Landmark; part of Silk Stocking Residential Historic District
68 Texas Building
Texas Building
August 14, 1984
(#84001734)
2200 Central Plaza
29°18′18″N 94°47′33″W / 29.305032°N 94.792604°W / 29.305032; -94.792604 (Texas Building)
Galveston Historic Resources of the Galveston Central Business District MRA
69 Texas Heroes Monument
Texas Heroes Monument
August 14, 1984
(#84001737)
25th and Broadway
29°17′57″N 94°47′39″W / 29.299167°N 94.794167°W / 29.299167; -94.794167 (Texas Heroes Monument)
Galveston Historic Resources of the Galveston Central Business District MRA
70 Trinity Protestant Episcopal Church
Trinity Protestant Episcopal Church
September 4, 1979
(#79002946)
22nd St. and Ave. G
29°18′08″N 94°47′31″W / 29.302222°N 94.791944°W / 29.302222; -94.791944 (Trinity Protestant Episcopal Church)
Galveston Includes Recorded Texas Historic Landmarks
71 Trueheart-Adriance Building
Trueheart-Adriance Building
July 14, 1971
(#71000933)
212 22nd St.
29°18′24″N 94°47′33″W / 29.306667°N 94.7925°W / 29.306667; -94.7925 (Trueheart-Adriance Building)
Galveston Recorded Texas Historic Landmark; part of The Strand Historic District
72 U.S. National Bank
U.S. National Bank
August 14, 1984
(#84001739)
2201 Ave. D
29°18′19″N 94°47′34″W / 29.305278°N 94.792778°W / 29.305278; -94.792778 (U.S. National Bank)
Galveston Historic Resources of the Galveston Central Business District MRA
73 USS CAVALLA (submarine)
USS CAVALLA (submarine)
May 27, 2008
(#08000477)
East End of Seawolf Park
29°20′09″N 94°46′46″W / 29.335833°N 94.779444°W / 29.335833; -94.779444 (USS CAVALLA (submarine))
Galveston
74 USS HATTERAS (41GV68)
USS HATTERAS (41GV68)
January 28, 1977
(#77001567)
Address restricted[7]
Galveston Sunk 20 miles (32 km) off the Galveston coast during the Civil War.
75 USS STEWART
USS STEWART
July 12, 2007
(#07000689)
East End of Seawolf Park
29°20′09″N 94°46′46″W / 29.335833°N 94.779444°W / 29.335833; -94.779444 (USS STEWART)
Galveston
76 Samuel May Williams House
Samuel May Williams House
July 14, 1971
(#71000934)
3601 Ave. P
29°17′16″N 94°48′15″W / 29.287778°N 94.804167°W / 29.287778; -94.804167 (Samuel May Williams House)
Galveston Recorded Texas Historic Landmark
77 Willis-Moody Mansion
Willis-Moody Mansion
May 13, 1994
(#94000410)
2618 Broadway
29°17′57″N 94°47′46″W / 29.299167°N 94.796111°W / 29.299167; -94.796111 (Willis-Moody Mansion)
Galveston Recorded Texas Historic Landmark

Former listings[edit]

Four sites have been removed from the Register in Galveston County, three of which are due to being destroyed by Hurricane Ike in 2008.

[3] Name on the Register Image Date listedDate removed Location City or town Summary
1 Balinese Room
Balinese Room
April 2, 1997
(#97000258)
January 8, 2009 2107 Seawall Blvd.
29°17′23″N 94°47′07″W / 29.2897°N 94.7853°W / 29.2897; -94.7853 (Balinese Room)
Galveston Destroyed by Hurricane Ike
2 The Breakers October 10, 1998
(#98001225)
January 8, 2009 TX 87 W. of Gilchrist
29°29′47″N 94°31′44″W / 29.4964°N 94.5289°W / 29.4964; -94.5289 (The Breakers)
Caplen Destroyed by Hurricane Ike September 13, 2008[8]
3 Moser House August 14, 1984
(#84001711)
January 8, 2009 509 19th St.
29°18′18″N 94°47′21″W / 29.305°N 94.7892°W / 29.305; -94.7892 (Moser House)
Caplen Destroyed by Hurricane Ike
4 Ursuline Academy
Ursuline Academy
1972
(#72001546)
1973 2601 Ave. N
29°17′39″N 94°47′40″W / 29.294251°N 94.794489°W / 29.294251; -94.794489 (Ursuline Academy)
Galveston Critically damaged by Hurricane Carla; demolished in 1974

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on November 29, 2019.
  2. ^ The latitude and longitude information provided in this table was derived originally from the National Register Information System, which has been found to be fairly accurate for about 99% of listings. Some locations in this table may have been corrected to current GPS standards.
  3. ^ a b Numbers represent an ordering by significant words. Various colorings, defined here, differentiate National Historic Landmarks and historic districts from other NRHP buildings, structures, sites or objects.
  4. ^ "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. November 2, 2013.
  5. ^ The eight-digit number below each date is the number assigned to each location in the National Register Information System database, which can be viewed by clicking the number.
  6. ^ Address based on USPS website and United States District & Bankruptcy Court website. Accessed April 10, 2016.
  7. ^ Federal and state laws and practices restrict general public access to information regarding the specific location of this resource. In some cases, this is to protect archeological sites from vandalism, while in other cases it is restricted at the request of the owner. See: Knoerl, John; Miller, Diane; Shrimpton, Rebecca H. (1990), Guidelines for Restricting Information about Historic and Prehistoric Resources, National Register Bulletin, National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior, OCLC 20706997.
  8. ^ Beaumont Enterprise

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Media related to National Register of Historic Places in Galveston County, Texas at Wikimedia Commons