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Houston Gargoyle

Don Julio

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Trailing a bit...but I gotta say, sevfiv, great work on the "arch-ive" - neighborhood/ residential research...the photo documentation (of the original home styles before demolition) is priceless, to some of us.

Wow, look what you can find at the libraries. I love to see the old ads with the development info. Thank you.

But are there any restrictions entering the Rice campus library? Do you need to have current college student status?

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Found this ad in the book "River Oaks: A Pictorial Presentation" (nd, c.1930). Does anybody have any issues of "The Gargoyle," the magazine for the discriminating Houstonian?


University of Houston Library catalog has the following issues in file:

The Houston gargoyle.


English Serial Publication Serial Publication : Newspaper : Weekly 5 v. in 7 : ill. ; 36 cm.

Houston, Tex. : Mayfair Pub. Co.,


Summary: 1928-1932

OCLC Number: 9906060

Date of Report: 19870900

Location: TXHS

Format: Text

Holdings: <1928:1:17-1932:9:25>

Location: TXHS

Call Number: AP2 .H883

Format: Unspecified

Holdings: 3(1928)-5(1932)

Record for Item: "The Houston gargoyle."

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