Denison, Texas - did it ever really get over the advent of color TV?
Old Steakley Chevrolet Building
Lone Star Masonic Lodge No. 403
Gray's Credit Jewelers, open since 1950
521 West Main Street (former Barrett Drugs)
Louis Herr-Jerry Strait Building, c. 1906, Richardsonian Romanesque
Denison's first movie theater, "The Empire," opened here in 1906; it closed in 1908. The local telephone exchange was located upstairs from 1907-23.
Rialto Theater, c. 1920, Mediterranean Revival
Originally had 900 seats and a huge pipe organ. Remodeled in 1935 and 1977.
State Theater, once the Star, opened in 1912
Haring's (S.H. Kress Building), c. 1909, Romanesque
Preston's Shoes, r. 1940, Art Deco influence
Besher's Jewelers/Rockwell's, Art Moderne
Hotel Traveler's Home/Ernst Martin Kohl Building, c. 1893-1913+, Queen Anne
Ourand House, c. 1900, Italianate (Victorian)
B.J. Lindsay House, c. 1905, Eastlake (Victorian)
Thomas V. Munson House, c. 1887, Victorian