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    • Boat with underwater meter tied up at house boat 

      Studer (San Antonio, Texas) (1950-06)
      This item is part of a collection of photographs and documents of oil exploration in Texas and Louisiana, 1930s-1950s, taken by Shell Oil employee Andy A. Barentine.
    • "Boats Are We at HYC" annual show program, 2007 

      Houston Yacht Club (2007)
    • Bobalou , a 42-foot Chris Craft Commander 

      Houston Yacht Club (1995)
    • Bonner Baker portrait 

      Scott, Vera Prasilova, 1899-1996 (1935)
    • Botanical and geometrical design mold 

      Weber Iron & Wire Company, Houston, Texas (1930)
      The object was originally installed at the Pincoffe house, 1323 N. Boulevard, Houston, Texas. The house is pictured in the Weber photograph album page 24 image 12 and page 25 images 13 and 14.
    • Botanical and geometrical design mold 

      Weber Iron & Wire Company, Houston, Texas (1930)
      The object was originally installed at the Robertson/Cullen house, Houston, Texas. The house is pictured in the Weber photograph album page 22 images 3 and 4.
    • Botanical and geometrical design mold 

      Weber Iron & Wire Company, Houston, Texas (1940)
      The object was originally installed at the Anderson/Burdine Clayton house, 3820 Willowick, Houston, Texas. The house is pictured in the Weber photograph album page 27 images 25, 26, 29 and 30.
    • Botanical and geometrical design mold 

      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 and geometrical design mold 

      Weber Iron & Wire Company, Houston, Texas (1958)
      The object was originally installed at the James Elkins house, 101 Farish Circle, Houston, Texas. The house is referred to in Howard Barnstone's "The Architecture of John F. Staub: Houston and the South" (1979) on page 299 ...
    • Botanical and geometrical design mold 

      Weber Iron & Wire Company, Houston, Texas (1930)
      The object was originally installed at the Alex Camp house, 8617 Garland Road, Dallas Texas. The house is referred to in Howard Barnstone's "The Architecture of John F. Staub: Houston and the South" (1979) on page 212 and ...
    • Botanical and geometrical design mold 

      Weber Iron & Wire Company, Houston, Texas (1935)
      The object was originally installed at the Robert Bowles house, 3015 Inwood, Houston, Texas. The house is referred to in Howard Barnstone's "The Architecture of John F. Staub: Houston and the South" (1979) on page 198 and ...
    • Botanical and geometrical design mold 

      Weber Iron & Wire Company, Houston, Texas (1935)
      The object was originally installed at the Robert Bowles house, 3015 Inwood, Houston, Texas. The house is referred to in Howard Barnstone's "The Architecture of John F. Staub: Houston and the South" (1979) on page 198 and ...
    • Botanical and geometrical design mold 

      Weber Iron & Wire Company, Houston, Texas (1930)
      The object was originally installed at the Anderson/Sandefor house, 3414 Del Monte, Houston, Texas.
    • Botanical and geometrical design mold 

      Weber Iron & Wire Company, Houston, Texas (1930)
      The object was originally installed at the Alex Camp house, 8617 Garland Road, Dallas Texas. The house is referred to in Howard Barnstone's "The Architecture of John F. Staub: Houston and the South" (1979) on page 212 and ...
    • Botanical and geometrical design mold 

      Weber Iron & Wire Company, Houston, Texas (1936)
      The object was originally installed at the Alex Camp house, 8617 Garland Road, Dallas Texas. The house is referred to in Howard Barnstone's "The Architecture of John F. Staub: Houston and the South" (1979) on page 212 and ...
    • Botanical and geometrical design mold 

      Weber Iron & Wire Company, Houston, Texas (1936)
      The object was originally installed at the Alex Camp house, 8617 Garland Road, Dallas Texas. The house is referred to in Howard Barnstone's "The Architecture of John F. Staub: Houston and the South" (1979) on page 212 and ...
    • Botanical and geometrical design mold 

      Weber Iron & Wire Company, Houston, Texas (1936)
      The object was originally installed at the Alex Camp house, 8617 Garland Road, Dallas Texas. The house is referred to in Howard Barnstone's "The Architecture of John F. Staub: Houston and the South" (1979) on page 212 and ...