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  • San Felipe Cottage (postcard) 

    Unknown author (The Heritage Society, Houston, Texas, 1984-01-01)
    In the 1960's The Heritage Society began relocating historical buildings to the park. One of those buildings was the San Felipe Cottage, built in 1868 by German immigrants William and Justina Ruppersberg.
  • City Park (postcard) 

    Unknown author (The Heritage Society, Houston, Texas, 1913-01-01)
    Nathaniel Kellum built the Kellum-Noble house in 1847. Is is the only historic building in the park located on its original site. It was restored by The Heritage Society as much to its original ...
  • Heart Lake City Park (postcard) 

    Unknown author (The Heritage Society, Houston, Texas, 1910-01-01)
  • 2225 City Park (postcard) 

    Unknown author (The Heritage Society, Houston, Texas, 1910-01-01)
    Sam Houston Park is the first and oldest municipal park in the city and currently comprises nineteen acres on the edge of the downtown business district in Houston, Texas. City Park was dedicated ...
  • House and bell at Sam Houston Park (postcard) 

    Unknown author (The Heritage Society, Houston, Texas, 1910-01-01)
    The bell from the U.S.S. Harriet Lane, a copper-plated, naval steamer seized in the Battle of Galveston on January 1, 1983, was installed in the park in 1903. The Harriet Lane bell is currently held ...
  • Old Mill at Sam Houston Park (postcard) 

    Unknown author (The Heritage Society, Houston, Texas, 1910-01-01)
    In the early 1900's a greenhouse was built on the park grounds where gardeners grew the exotic plants used in the lavish landscaping. The landscaped grounds included a water mill and several small lakes.
  • Mansion at City Park (postcard) 

    Unknown author (The Heritage Society, Houston, Texas, 1910-01-01)
  • Lake Scene Sam Houston Park (postcard) 

    Unknown author (The Heritage Society, Houston, Texas, 1910-01-01)
  • Public Play Ground at Sam Houston Park (postcard) 

    Unknown author (The Heritage Society, Houston, Texas, 1909-01-01)
    The playground was built in the early 1900's. The equipment originally included swings, climbing poles and ropes, a seesaw, giant strides, sliding bars, and a teeter ladder. The original equipment ...
  • House and bell at Sam Houston Park (postcard) 

    Unknown author (The Heritage Society, Houston, Texas, 1909-01-01)
    The bell from the U.S.S. Harriet Lane, a copper-plated, naval steamer seized in the Battle of Galveston on January 1, 1983, was installed in the park in 1903. The Harriet Lane bell is currently held ...
  • Children's Play Ground in Sam Houston Park 1909 (postcard) 

    Unknown author (The Heritage Society, Houston, Texas, 1909-01-01)
    The playground was built in the early 1900's. The equipment originally included swings, climbing poles and ropes, a seesaw, giant strides, sliding bars, and a teeter ladder. The original equipment ...
  • Old Mill at Sam Houston Park (postcard) 

    Unknown author (The Heritage Society, Houston, Texas, 1908-01-01)
    In the early 1900's a greenhouse was built on the park grounds where gardeners grew the exotic plants used in the lavious landscaping. The landscaped grounds included a water mill and several small lakes.
  • Lake at Sam Houston Park (postcard) 

    Unknown author (The Heritage Society, Houston, Texas, 1908-01-01)
  • 2226 Lake in City Park (postcard) 

    Unknown author (The Heritage Society, Houston, Texas, 1908-01-01)
    Sam Houston Park is the first and oldest municipal park in the city and currently comprises nineteen acres on the edge of the downtown business district in Houston, Texas. City Park was dedicated ...
  • Park House at Sam Houston Park (postcard) 

    Unknown author (The Heritage Society, Houston, Texas, 1907-01-01)
    The bell from the U.S.S. Harriet Lane, a copper-plated, naval steamer seized in the Battle of Galveston on January 1, 1983, was installed in the park in 1903. The Harriet Lane bell is currently held ...
  • Bell Captured from Harriet Lane in Sam Houston Park (postcard) 

    Unknown author (The Heritage Society, Houston, Texas, 1907-01-01)
  • Sam Houston Park (postcard) 

    Unknown author (The Heritage Society, Houston, Texas, 1907-01-01)
    Sam Houston Park is the first and oldest municipal park in the city and currently comprises nineteen acres on the edge of the downtown business district in Houston, Texas. City Park was dedicated ...
  • Wading Pond at Sam Houston Park (postcard) 

    Carter & Gut publishers (The Heritage Society, Houston, Texas, 1907-01-01)
  • Park House at Sam Houston Park (postcard) 

    Unknown author (The Heritage Society, Houston, Texas, 1907-01-01)
  • Wading Pond at Sam Houston Park (postcard) 

    Unknown author (The Heritage Society, Houston, Texas, 1907-01-01)
  • Band concert in City Park (postcard) 

    Unknown author (The Heritage Society, Houston, Texas, 1901-01-01)
    The central bandstand was built in 1901. One hundred benches were placed around the bandstand to provide seating for the concert audiences. The city offered free band concerts twice a week. According ...
  • Pleasant Walks at City Park (postcard) 

    Unknown author (The Heritage Society, Houston, Texas, 1900-01-01)