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Texas Historical Commission Complex (1982)

Texas Historical Commission

Silent | 1982

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  •  Back porch of the Carrington-Covert House, a vernacular Greek revival home built in 1857, now the Texas Historical Commission’s main administrative offices. The eastern elevation  
  •  South elevation 
  •  Luther Hall, constructed in 1940 as a Sunday school by the Gethsemane Lutheran Church. Today it is the Texas Historical Commission’s History Programs Division.  Western elevation. 
  •  Luther Hall, south and west elevation; The south façade faces W. 16th street. 
  •  North and west elevation of Gethsemane Lutheran Church, built in 1882, now the home of the Texas Historical Commission Library and Friends of the THC, Inc. The western façade faces Congress Avenue. 
  •  Carrington-Covert House south and west elevation on 16th and Colorado street 
  •  Carrington-Covert House porch; eastern elevation 
 
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This footage provides moving image snapshots of the buildings that make up the Texas Historical Commission's main offices in downtown Austin. Pictured are the Carrington-Covert House, Luther Hall and Gethsemane Lutheran Church.