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  1. Dammit, you're right. But I also might keep it for sentimental reasons.
  2. I was wrong, Green must have done the educational building. Travis Broesche did the sanctuary in 1967. Berechah is by Wilson, Morris, Crain, and Anderson.
  3. They also had a company offshore fishing boat -- I've seen pictures of it.
  4. One of the articles I found about this mentioned that there was a launch operator on the staff here. That would explain why the building faces the bayou, if a lot of their work was done on the water.
  5. The Corps of Engineers (which absorbed the United States Engineering Department) closed this Harrisburg office in 1955. The Army held on to the lease until 1966, and there was then an effort in 1968 to get the building donated to the city (which may well have happened) as a Brady's Landing Park museum or historic Harrisburg site building. I don't think much came of that.
  6. Also: (click the pic to go to Patrick Feller's Flickr page for this image. He has a few others, too)
  7. Sanborn maps call it a U.S. Engineering Department office. There is a mention of a U.S. Engineering Department office in Harrisburg in a 1939 Houston Chronicle. The U.S. Engineering Department was responsible for dredging the channel.
  8. Nancy, Dorothy Moss's obituary says that she was the widow of Linwood F. Moss, and county records (HCAD, Harris County Clerk) for the Freshmeadows property do show a Linwood F. Moss with no mention of Arthur P. Moss. Arthur Moss was the brother of Philemon (Pete) and Manuel Moss. Is there something that I'm missing here? Do you know something we don't?
  9. C. Marley Green, 1958/59.
  10. I've been wondering for years. It's Wirtz, Calhoun, Tungate, and Jackson from about 1959/60.
  11. Houston City Hall is made of Texas Cordova limestone.
  12. It was Grandy's. Ate there many times. Good chicken and rolls.
  13. I thought they were privately owned and just stored there. I don't know why that would make sense for somebody, but the lineup does change occasionally.
  14. Regency Auto Repair and Body Shop at 6935 Almeda Road looks similar with the roofline and the rock corners. But it might just be a coincidence. The "Oriental" detailing is conspicuously absent. https://www.google.com/maps/@29.7008952,-95.3863702,3a,37.5y,105h,90t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1sIzCuAzpB1-ZjNaDVIxm3Ew!2e0!5s20151001T000000!7i13312!8i6656!6m1!1e1
  15. Also this. http://www.houstonfreewaydragstrip.com/houston-international-raceway-pictures-videos-location.htm