Greetings from Seguin
Title:
GReetings from Seguin
Seguin Texas (TX), Real Photo unused


Home of the World's Largest Pecan
Title:
Home of the World's Largest Pecan
Seguin Texas (TX), Chrome PM 1983

Description:
The County Seat of Guadalupe County, a producer of 3,000,000 pounds annually and one of the first Texas Counties to organize a Pecan Growers Association cooperating with the County Extension Agents, and County Program Building Committee and has produced several leaders in the State Pecan Growers Association.



Main Building
Title:
Main Building
Seguin Texas (TX), Chrome PM 1966 Jul-19

Description:
Built in 1912, this was the first building on the campus of Texas Lutheran College, Seguin, Texas, a co-educational senior college owned by the American Lutheran Church


Main Street
Title:
Main Street
Seguin Texas (TX), Chrome unused

Description:
"Gateway to Texas" home of Texas Lutheran College, Max Starcke Park and Lake McQueeny



Sebastopol
Title:
Sebastopol
Seguin Texas (TX), Chrome unused

Description:
"Sebastopol," built by Col. Josua Young 1850-1855, was named for Crimean war site. This Greek antebellum structure with high columned front porch is a gem in simple classic lines. The concrete formula was by Richard Parks, nationally famed Seguin chemist. Recorded Texas historic landmark - 1934


Recreation Building, Max Starcke Park
Title:
Recreation Building, Max Starcke Park
Seguin Texas (TX), Chrome unused

Description:
This is an unusually beautiful park located in the city limits of Seguin, on the banks of the Guadalupe River, in a picturesque setting of Pecan trees Dexter Press, Inc



Guadalupe County Court House
Title:
Guadalupe County Court House
Seguin Texas (TX), Linen PM 1941 Sep-4


Sebastopol
Title:
Sebastopol
Seguin Texas (TX), Chrome unused

Description:
"Sebastopol,"built by Col. Joshua Young 1850-1855, was named for Crimean war site. This Greek antebellum structure with high columned front porch is a gem in simple classic lines. The concrete formula was by Dr. Richard parks, nationally famed Seguin chemist. Recorded Texas historic landmark - 1934



The Sequin High School
Title:
The Sequin High School
Seguin Texas (TX), Chrome unused

Description:
Curteichcolor


First Methodist Church
Title:
First Methodist Church
Seguin Texas (TX), Chrome unused

Description:
First Methodist Church, Seguin, Texas. Completed in 1952, this beautiful structure is located at 710 North Austin Street. The adjoining educational unit is adequate to accommodate the ever increasing membership.



Guadalupe County Court House
Title:
Guadalupe County Court House
Seguin Texas (TX), Chrome unused

Description:
Guadalupe County was created in 1846 from Bexar and Gonzales counties and named after the Guadalupe River. Altitude 450-575 feet. Lakes formed by six power dams attract many recreation seekers


First Methodist Church
Title:
First Methodist Church
Seguin Texas (TX), Chrome unused

Description:
Completed in 1952, this beautiful structure is located at 710 North Austin Street. The adjoining educational unit is adequate to accommodate the ever increasing membership.



Chapel At Texas Lutheran College
Title:
Chapel At Texas Lutheran College
Seguin Texas (TX), Chrome unused

Description:
It is located on the College Campus and is known as the chapel of the Abiding Presence, Weingert Memorial.


Home of the World's Largest Pecan
Title:
Home of the World's Largest Pecan
Seguin Texas (TX), Chrome unused

Description:
Seguin, Texas, "Home of the World's Largest Pecan," is County Seat of Guadalupe County, a producer of 3,000,000 pounds annually and one of the first Texas Counties to organize a Pecan Growers Association cooperating with the County Extension Agents, and County Program Building Committee and has produced several leaders in the State Pecan Growers Association



Plaza Hotel
Title:
Plaza Hotel
Seguin Texas (TX), Linen PM 1948


Texas Lutheran College
Title:
Texas Lutheran College
Seguin Texas (TX), Linen unused

Description:
Seguin was founded in 1838, and was named in honor of Col. Juan N. Seguin, a patriot of the battle of Sam Jacinto. Its principal industries are pecans, cotton, oil, flour, diary paroducts, and hydro-electric power generation. Its is noted for its parks and municipally owned utilities.





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