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  • Botanical design mold 

    Weber Iron & Wire Company, Houston, Texas (1930)
  • Botanical design ornament 

    Weber Iron & Wire Company, Houston, Texas (1930)
    The object was originally installed at the River Oaks Country Club, 1600 River Oaks Boulevard, Houston, Texas.
  • Botanical design ornament 

    Weber Iron & Wire Company, Houston, Texas (1930)
    The object was originally installed at the River Oaks Country Club, 1600 River Oaks Boulevard, Houston, Texas.
  • Botanical design ornament 

    Weber Iron & Wire Company, Houston, Texas (1930)
    The object was originally installed at the River Oaks Country Club, 1600 River Oaks Boulevard, Houston, Texas.
  • Botanical design ornament 

    Weber Iron & Wire Company, Houston, Texas (1930)
  • Botanical design ornament 

    Weber Iron & Wire Company, Houston, Texas (1930)
  • Botanical design ornament 

    Weber Iron & Wire Company, Houston, Texas (1930)
    The object was originally installed at the River Oaks Country Club, 1600 River Oaks Boulevard, Houston, Texas.
  • Botanical design ornament 

    Weber Iron & Wire Company, Houston, Texas (1930)
  • Botanical design ornament 

    Weber Iron & Wire Company, Houston, Texas (1930)
    The object was originally installed at the River Oaks Country Club, 1600 River Oaks Boulevard, Houston, Texas.
  • Botanical design ornament 

    Weber Iron & Wire Company, Houston, Texas (1930)
  • Botanical design ornament 

    Weber Iron & Wire Company, Houston, Texas (1930)
  • Botanical design ornament 

    Weber Iron & Wire Company, Houston, Texas (1930)
  • Botanical design ornament 

    Weber Iron & Wire Company, Houston, Texas (1930)
  • Botanical design ornament 

    Weber Iron & Wire Company, Houston, Texas (1930)
  • Botanical design ornament 

    Weber Iron & Wire Company, Houston, Texas (1938)
    The object was originally installed at the Claud Hamill house, 2124 River Oaks Boulevard, Houston, Texas. The house is referred to in Howard Barnstone's "The Architecture of John F. Staub: Houston and the South" (1979) on ...
  • Botanical design ornament 

    Weber Iron & Wire Company, Houston, Texas (1930)
    The object was originally installed at the River Oaks Country Club, 1600 River Oaks Boulevard, Houston, Texas.
  • Botanical design ornament 

    Weber Iron & Wire Company, Houston, Texas (1934)
    The object was originally installed at the Stephen Farish house, 2995 Lazy Lane, Houston, Texas. The house is referred to in Howard Barnstone's "The Architecture of John F. Staub: Houston and the South" (1979) on page 185 ...
  • Botanical design ornament 

    Weber Iron & Wire Company, Houston, Texas (1936)
    The object was originally installed at the Ray Dudley house, 3371 Chevy Chase, Houston, Texas. The house is referred to in Howard Barnstone's "The Architecture of John F. Staub: Houston and the South" (1979) on page 202.
  • Botanical design ornament 

    Weber Iron & Wire Company, Houston, Texas (1930)
  • Both Native South and Deep South: The Native Transformation of the Gulf South Borderlands, 1770–1835 

    Wainwright, James (2013-09-16)
    How did the Native South become the Deep South within the span of a single generation? This dissertation argues that these ostensibly separate societies were in fact one and the same for several decades. It significantly ...