“Galveston Firsts” Lecture Series to Honor City’s 175TH Anniversary

“Galveston Firsts” Lecture Series to Honor City’s  175TH Anniversary

Galveston Island, Texas– Galveston Historical Foundation will honor the 175th anniversary of the City of Galveston with special lectures and tours at the historic Menard Campus, 3302 Avenue O. Remaining lectures will take place at 2 p.m. on Sundays  … Read More

Historic Landmarks Commission Announces a New Historic Landmark

Historic Landmarks Commission Announces a New Historic Landmark

Palestine, Texas- The Palestine City Council has confirmed the house at 616 South Sycamore, a dignified Tudor-Revival house designed by one of Palestine’s most influential architects, as the City’s newest historic landmark.… Read More

Hearth & Tinsel Home Tour In Historic Palestine

Hearth & Tinsel Home Tour In Historic Palestine

Steamboat HousePALESTINE- Historic Palestine is home to some of the oldest architecture in the state, second only to Galveston. The historic home district boasts of beautiful Victorian and Colonial homes of a bygone era. The giant, wooden castles of Palestine will amaze you, … Read More

The Kettle House

The Kettle House

GALVESTON- For over half of a century rumors, myths, and urban legends have swirled about the mysterious Kettle House on Galveston Island, and still no one seems to have the facts. MYETX visited the Kettle House a few weeks ago when we were on the Island. Although … Read More