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Petroleum Building
  • Midland - The Petroleum Building 4-22-17
    Photos by Barclay Gibson
  • Littlefield
  • George Washington Littlefield Building, Austin
    By Luke Warm. TE photos
  • Scarbrough Building, Austin
  • The World’s Littlest Skyscraper, Wichita Falls
    Monument to a Successful Con Artist
    By Luke Warm
    Photos by Barclay Gibson
  • ALICO building in Waco Texas
  • Ten Things You Should Know about…
    THE ALICO BUILDING OF WACO

    by John Troesser
    Contemporary photos by John Troesser
    Vintage photos courtesy of Texas Collection, Baylor University
  • Amarillo Skyscrapers -
    Amarillo Hotel, Herring Hotel and Santa Fe Building
  • Big Spring - Settles Hotel
    Vintage photo, postcards and contemporary photos
  • Corsicana - State National Bank Building, 1926 - Then and now
  • Dallas - The Magnolia Building, 1921
    "The Magnolia Building (or at least Pegasus on top) has become the icon of the city..."
  • Fort Worth - The Flatiron Building Ft Worth and NYC
  • Harlingen - Los Nueve Pisos
  • Houston - The Gulf Building Feature
  • Houston - The Niels & Mellie Esperson Buildings A love story Feature
  • Lubbock - Hotel Lubbock
  • Marshall - Hotel Marshall
  • Midland - The Petroleum Building
  • Sweetwater - Bluebonnet Hotel by Mike Cox Feature
    Now surrounded by so many 200-foot tall wind turbines that it has become the wind power capital of the nation, Sweetwater used to have a more traditional skyscraper – the seven-story Bluebonnet Hotel...
  • Texarkana - Hotel McCartney
  • Waco - The ALICO Building, circa 1911 Feature
    10 Things you should know about the ALICO Building. Contemporary and vintage photos.

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  • Big Spring - Petroleum Building
  • Fort Worth

  • United States Skyscrapers

  • Phillips Petroleum Building circa 1927, Bartlesville, Oklahoma

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