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October 23, 2014

Timeshare possible for historic downtown building

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  • lauraelder posted at 2:44 pm on Thu, Apr 24, 2014.

    lauraelder Posts: 111 Staff

    Hi Jan, I left the w off Andrew. He designed it in 1929, but The Medical Arts Building was an annex to the American National Insurance Co. Building of 1913, which occupied the rest of the 21st Street front of that block until its demolition in 1972, according to the Galveston Architecture Guidebook.

     
  • Janjgal posted at 1:46 pm on Thu, Apr 24, 2014.

    Janjgal Posts: 12

    Laura -- The Medical Arts building was desgined by Scottish architect Andrew Fraser in 1929. Of particular note are the faces near the roof line of this 11-story building. Waking Historic Galveston: A Guide to its Neighborhoods