Let me begin with the Houston Municipal Airport Terminal. It was built in 1940 and designed by Joseph Finger.
The terminal is right down the street from the Houston Municipal Airport Hangar, from 1940, also designed by Joseph Finger:
Also from 1940 is the Hamman Exploration Co. building. I half expected Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers to come out dancing cheek to cheek:
I don't believe it's Art Deco, but this business has been around for at least sixty years (which is around the period of Deco's peak influence). They also have a pretty cool, vintage (I'm assuming) neon sign:
It may not seem like much now, but here it is back in 1938:
Houston Metropolitan Research Center, Houston Public Library
A different cleaners, a frickin' cool vintage neon sign: