Friday, April 22, 2011

Captain Schreiner's greenhouse.

The maps I'm always mentioning -- Sanborn-Perris maps -- show a greenhouse next to Captain Charles Schreiner's house, where the post office was later built, on the site now occupied by the Kerr Arts and Cultural Center.  I've often wondered about the greenhouse -- and, thanks to James Partain -- I now can see what his greenhouse looked like.
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Stereoscopic image of Captain Schreiner's home on Earl Garrett.
Note greenhouse on far right of image.
Looking up Earl Garrett Street (then called Mountain Street), around 1915.
Note Schreiner's greenhouse on left side of image.
For more information about Joe's book, which has over 200 historic photographs
 of Kerrville, please click here.

1 comment:

  1. These photos are absolutely fascinating.
    I love them.

    ... More please ...

    Does Mr. Partain have any 1950 - 1960 photos of the Kerrville Ice Plant?


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