National Register of Historic Places listings in Bexar County, Texas

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Location of Bexar County in Texas

This is a list of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Bexar County, Texas.

This is intended to be a complete list of properties and districts listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Bexar County, Texas. There are 27 districts, 126 individual properties, and one former property listed on the National Register in the county. Two districts and seven individually listed properties are National Historic Landmarks. One district is a National Historical Park, and one property is a National Historic Site. One property is a State Historic Site. Two districts and 15 individually listed properties are State Antiquities Landmarks while six districts contain several more. Two districts are Recorded Texas Historic Landmarks (RTHLs) while 33 individual properties are also designated RTHLs or contain one or more. Ten districts contain many more RTHLs.

This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted November 2, 2018.[1]

Current listings[edit]

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[3] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[5] Location City or town Description
1 Alamo Methodist Church
Alamo Methodist Church
June 11, 1979
(#79003446)
1150 S. Alamo St.
29°24′41″N 98°29′35″W / 29.411417°N 98.492917°W / 29.411417; -98.492917 (Alamo Methodist Church)
San Antonio Part of South Alamo Street-South Mary's Street Historic District
2 Alamo National Bank Building
Alamo National Bank Building
January 5, 1984
(#84001574)
316 E. Commerce St.
29°25′26″N 98°29′21″W / 29.423833°N 98.489167°W / 29.423833; -98.489167 (Alamo National Bank Building)
San Antonio Part of San Antonio Downtown and River Walk Historic District
3 Alamo National Bank Building
Alamo National Bank Building
May 10, 2006
(#06000364)
105 S. St. Mary's St.
29°25′27″N 98°29′30″W / 29.424167°N 98.491667°W / 29.424167; -98.491667 (Alamo National Bank Building)
San Antonio Part of San Antonio Downtown and River Walk Historic District
4 Alamo Plaza Historic District
Alamo Plaza Historic District
July 13, 1977
(#77001425)
Roughly bounded by S. Broadway, Commerce, Bonham and Travis Sts.
29°25′31″N 98°29′08″W / 29.425278°N 98.485556°W / 29.425278; -98.485556 (Alamo Plaza Historic District)
San Antonio Includes National Historic Landmarks, State Antiquities Landmarks, Recorded Texas Historic Landmarks
5 Alamo Portland and Roman Cement Works
Alamo Portland and Roman Cement Works
December 12, 1976
(#76002005)
Brackenridge Park
29°27′38″N 98°28′36″W / 29.460556°N 98.476667°W / 29.460556; -98.476667 (Alamo Portland and Roman Cement Works)
San Antonio State Antiquities Landmark; part of Brackenridge Park
6 The Alamo
The Alamo
October 15, 1966
(#66000808)
Alamo Plaza
29°25′32″N 98°29′10″W / 29.425556°N 98.486111°W / 29.425556; -98.486111 (The Alamo)
San Antonio State Antiquities Landmark, Recorded Texas Historic Landmark; part of Alamo Plaza Historic District
7 Alamo Stadium and Gymnasium
Alamo Stadium and Gymnasium
September 8, 2011
(#11000651)
110 Tuleta Drive
29°27′46″N 98°28′42″W / 29.462847°N 98.478333°W / 29.462847; -98.478333 (Alamo Stadium and Gymnasium)
San Antonio State Antiquities Landmark
8 Aue Stagecoach Inn
Aue Stagecoach Inn
August 1, 1979
(#79002912)
Boerne Stage Rd. and I-10
29°39′55″N 98°37′43″W / 29.6652°N 98.62875°W / 29.6652; -98.62875 (Aue Stagecoach Inn)
Leon Springs
9 Aztec Theater
Aztec Theater
October 22, 1992
(#92001403)
104 N. St. Mary's St.
29°25′28″N 98°29′27″W / 29.424444°N 98.490833°W / 29.424444; -98.490833 (Aztec Theater)
San Antonio Part of San Antonio Downtown and River Walk Historic District
10 Joseph, Jr. and Salome Ball Homestead
Joseph, Jr. and Salome Ball Homestead
July 23, 2018
(#100002696)
Address restricted[6]
Lytle Historic Farms and Ranches of Bexar County MPS
11 Barnes-Laird House
Barnes-Laird House
July 28, 1988
(#88001146)
103 W. Ashby Pl.
29°26′58″N 98°29′40″W / 29.449444°N 98.494444°W / 29.449444; -98.494444 (Barnes-Laird House)
San Antonio Part of Monte Vista Residential Historic District
12 Barr Building
Barr Building
April 11, 1985
(#85000766)
213-219 Broadway
29°25′41″N 98°29′15″W / 29.428056°N 98.4875°W / 29.428056; -98.4875 (Barr Building)
San Antonio Part of San Antonio Downtown and River Walk Historic District
13 Base Administration Building
Base Administration Building
August 27, 1987
(#87001434)
Randolph AFB
29°32′09″N 98°16′57″W / 29.535972°N 98.2825°W / 29.535972; -98.2825 (Base Administration Building)
Universal City Part of Randolph Field Historic District
14 Bexar County Courthouse
Bexar County Courthouse
August 29, 1977
(#77001426)
Main Plaza
29°25′23″N 98°29′36″W / 29.423056°N 98.493333°W / 29.423056; -98.493333 (Bexar County Courthouse)
San Antonio State Antiquities Landmark, Recorded Texas Historic Landmark; part of Main and Military Plazas Historic District
15 Blue Star Street Industrial Historic District
Blue Star Street Industrial Historic District
June 24, 1994
(#94000627)
1432 S. Alamo St.
29°24′35″N 98°29′44″W / 29.409722°N 98.495556°W / 29.409722; -98.495556 (Blue Star Street Industrial Historic District)
San Antonio
16 James Butler Bonham Elementary School
James Butler Bonham Elementary School
November 17, 1978
(#78002890)
925 S. St. Mary's St.
29°24′50″N 98°29′20″W / 29.413889°N 98.488889°W / 29.413889; -98.488889 (James Butler Bonham Elementary School)
San Antonio Part of South Alamo Street-South Mary's Street Historic District
17 Brackenridge Park
Brackenridge Park
August 4, 2011
(#11000513)
Roughly bounded by Hildebrand Ave., Broadway & Ave. B, Josephine St., US 281, River Rd., Alpine Dr., N. St. Mary's St.
29°27′21″N 98°28′23″W / 29.455833°N 98.473056°W / 29.455833; -98.473056 (Brackenridge Park)
San Antonio State Antiquities Landmark; includes additional State Antiquities Landmarks, Recorded Texas Historic Landmarks
18 Brady Building-Empire Theater
Brady Building-Empire Theater
March 17, 1999
(#99000283)
204 E. Houston St.-226 N. St. Mary's St.
29°25′34″N 98°29′28″W / 29.42605°N 98.49114°W / 29.42605; -98.49114 (Brady Building-Empire Theater)
San Antonio Part of San Antonio Downtown and River Walk Historic District
19 Brooke Army Medical Center
Brooke Army Medical Center
November 30, 2001
(#01001281)
Building 1000, Stanley Rd., Fort Sam Houston
29°27′58″N 98°26′57″W / 29.466111°N 98.449167°W / 29.466111; -98.449167 (Brooke Army Medical Center)
San Antonio
20 Buckeye Park Gate
Buckeye Park Gate
October 22, 2004
(#04001169)
1600 W. Wildwood
29°28′45″N 98°31′17″W / 29.479167°N 98.521389°W / 29.479167; -98.521389 (Buckeye Park Gate)
San Antonio Sculpture by Dionicio Rodriguez in Texas MPS
21 Builders Exchange Building
Builders Exchange Building
November 16, 1994
(#94001335)
152 Pecan St.
29°25′42″N 98°29′30″W / 29.428472°N 98.491667°W / 29.428472; -98.491667 (Builders Exchange Building)
San Antonio Part of San Antonio Downtown and River Walk Historic District
22 Bungalow Colony Historic District July 8, 2003
(#03000627)
Roughly bounded by Duncan Dr., Crockett Dr., Walker Rd. and Robins Dr.
29°22′48″N 98°33′39″W / 29.38°N 98.560833°W / 29.38; -98.560833 (Bungalow Colony Historic District)
San Antonio
23 Burns Building
Burns Building
March 18, 1999
(#99000284)
401 E. Houston St.
29°25′35″N 98°29′18″W / 29.426389°N 98.488333°W / 29.426389; -98.488333 (Burns Building)
San Antonio Part of San Antonio Downtown and River Walk Historic District
24 Bushnell
Bushnell
August 26, 1982
(#82004491)
240 Bushnell
29°27′44″N 98°29′16″W / 29.462222°N 98.487778°W / 29.462222; -98.487778 (Bushnell)
San Antonio Part of Monte Vista Residential Historic District
25 Calcasieu Building
Calcasieu Building
May 24, 1996
(#96000588)
202-214 Broadway
29°25′40″N 98°29′14″W / 29.427639°N 98.487361°W / 29.427639; -98.487361 (Calcasieu Building)
San Antonio Part of San Antonio Downtown and River Walk Historic District
26 George Washington Carver Library and Auditorium
George Washington Carver Library and Auditorium
November 15, 2003
(#03001162)
226 N. Hackberry St.
29°25′19″N 98°28′21″W / 29.421944°N 98.4725°W / 29.421944; -98.4725 (George Washington Carver Library and Auditorium)
San Antonio
27 Central Trust Company Building
Central Trust Company Building
August 11, 1982
(#82004492)
603 Navarro St.
29°25′36″N 98°29′24″W / 29.426667°N 98.49°W / 29.426667; -98.49 (Central Trust Company Building)
San Antonio Part of San Antonio Downtown and River Walk Historic District
28 Chinese Sunken Garden Gate
Chinese Sunken Garden Gate
October 22, 2004
(#04001167)
Brackenridge Park, 4000 N. St. Mary's St.
29°27′45″N 98°28′38″W / 29.4625°N 98.477222°W / 29.4625; -98.477222 (Chinese Sunken Garden Gate)
San Antonio Part of Brackenridge Park; Sculpture by Dionicio Rodriguez in Texas MPS
29 Church of Nuestra Senora de la Candelaria y Guadalupe
Church of Nuestra Senora de la Candelaria y Guadalupe
February 25, 1975
(#75001949)
115 Main Ave.
29°25′28″N 98°29′39″W / 29.424444°N 98.494167°W / 29.424444; -98.494167 (Church of Nuestra Senora de la Candelaria y Guadalupe)
San Antonio Recorded Texas Historic Landmark; part of Main and Military Plazas Historic District
30 City of San Antonio Municipal Auditorium
City of San Antonio Municipal Auditorium
September 14, 1981
(#81000624)
100 Auditorium Circle
29°25′50″N 98°29′20″W / 29.430556°N 98.48875°W / 29.430556; -98.48875 (City of San Antonio Municipal Auditorium)
San Antonio Part of San Antonio Downtown and River Walk Historic District
31 City Public Service Company Building
City Public Service Company Building
December 7, 1995
(#95001422)
201 N. St. Mary's St.
29°25′31″N 98°29′30″W / 29.425278°N 98.491667°W / 29.425278; -98.491667 (City Public Service Company Building)
San Antonio Part of San Antonio Downtown and River Walk Historic District
32 L. B. Clegg House
L. B. Clegg House
December 7, 1979
(#79002913)
123 W. Park Ave.
29°26′39″N 98°29′43″W / 29.44415°N 98.49533°W / 29.44415; -98.49533 (L. B. Clegg House)
San Antonio Recorded Texas Historic Landmark
33 Dionicio Rodriguez Bridge in Brackenridge Park
Dionicio Rodriguez Bridge in Brackenridge Park
October 22, 2004
(#04001166)
4000 N. St. Mary's St.
29°27′53″N 98°28′06″W / 29.464722°N 98.468472°W / 29.464722; -98.468472 (Dionicio Rodriguez Bridge in Brackenridge Park)
San Antonio Part of Brackenridge Park; Sculpture by Dionicio Rodriguez in Texas MPS
34 Emil Elmendorf House
Emil Elmendorf House
May 19, 1980
(#80004077)
509 Burleson St.
29°25′58″N 98°28′22″W / 29.43282°N 98.47285°W / 29.43282; -98.47285 (Emil Elmendorf House)
San Antonio Recorded Texas Historic Landmark
35 Espada Aqueduct
Espada Aqueduct
October 15, 1966
(#66000809)
Espada Rd., E of U.S. 281S
29°19′56″N 98°27′40″W / 29.332222°N 98.461111°W / 29.332222; -98.461111 (Espada Aqueduct)
San Antonio Recorded Texas Historic Landmarks; part of San Antonio Missions National Historical Park
36 The Fairmount Hotel
The Fairmount Hotel
June 30, 1988
(#88000753)
401 S. Alamo
29°25′14″N 98°29′18″W / 29.420556°N 98.488333°W / 29.420556; -98.488333 (The Fairmount Hotel)
San Antonio
37 Fence at Alamo Cement Company
Fence at Alamo Cement Company
August 9, 2005
(#05000861)
7300 Jones Maltsberger Rd.
29°29′51″N 98°28′44″W / 29.4975°N 98.47875°W / 29.4975; -98.47875 (Fence at Alamo Cement Company)
San Antonio Sculpture by Dionicio Rodriguez in Texas MPS
38 First National Bank of San Antonio
First National Bank of San Antonio
March 16, 1972
(#72001348)
239 E. Commerce St.
29°25′28″N 98°29′25″W / 29.4244°N 98.4902°W / 29.4244; -98.4902 (First National Bank of San Antonio)
San Antonio Recorded Texas Historic Landmark; part of San Antonio Downtown and River Walk Historic District
39 Floore Country Store
Floore Country Store
December 6, 2005
(#05001402)
14492 Old Bandera Rd.
29°34′40″N 98°41′26″W / 29.577778°N 98.690556°W / 29.577778; -98.690556 (Floore Country Store)
Helotes
40 Fort Sam Houston
Fort Sam Houston
May 15, 1975
(#75001950)
N edge of San Antonio
29°26′52″N 98°27′52″W / 29.447778°N 98.464444°W / 29.447778; -98.464444 (Fort Sam Houston)
San Antonio Includes Recorded Texas Historic Landmark
41 Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery
Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery
March 8, 2016
(#16000065)
1520 Harry Wurzbach Road
29°28′36″N 98°25′58″W / 29.4768°N 98.4327°W / 29.4768; -98.4327 (Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery)
San Antonio
42 Fountain at Alamo Cement Company
Fountain at Alamo Cement Company
August 9, 2005
(#05000862)
7300 Jones Maltsberger Rd.
29°29′51″N 98°28′45″W / 29.4975°N 98.479167°W / 29.4975; -98.479167 (Fountain at Alamo Cement Company)
San Antonio Sculpture by Dionicio Rodriguez in Texas MPS
43 Fourth Ward School
Fourth Ward School
November 17, 1978
(#78002891)
141 Lavaca St.
29°25′02″N 98°29′12″W / 29.417222°N 98.486667°W / 29.417222; -98.486667 (Fourth Ward School)
San Antonio Part of Lavaca Historic District
44 Thomas H. Franklin House
Thomas H. Franklin House
May 22, 1986
(#86001135)
105 E. French Pl.
29°27′02″N 98°29′37″W / 29.450556°N 98.493611°W / 29.450556; -98.493611 (Thomas H. Franklin House)
San Antonio Part of Monte Vista Residential Historic District
45 Friedrich Complex
Friedrich Complex
September 26, 2002
(#02001059)
1617 E. Commerce St.
29°25′14″N 98°28′14″W / 29.420556°N 98.470556°W / 29.420556; -98.470556 (Friedrich Complex)
San Antonio
46 Garcia-Garza House
Garcia-Garza House
July 7, 1983
(#83003091)
214 W. Salinas St.
29°25′41″N 98°29′42″W / 29.428056°N 98.495°W / 29.428056; -98.495 (Garcia-Garza House)
San Antonio Part of San Antonio Downtown and River Walk Historic District
47 Goad Motor Company Building
Goad Motor Company Building
December 8, 1997
(#97001530)
317 Lexington Ave.
29°26′00″N 98°29′25″W / 29.433333°N 98.490278°W / 29.433333; -98.490278 (Goad Motor Company Building)
San Antonio
48 Robert B. Green Memorial Hospital February 13, 2018
(#100002127)
903 W Martin St.
29°25′48″N 98°30′06″W / 29.429968°N 98.501682°W / 29.429968; -98.501682 (Robert B. Green Memorial Hospital)
San Antonio
49 Carl Hilmar Guenther House
Carl Hilmar Guenther House
October 11, 1990
(#90001539)
205 E. Guenther St.
29°24′41″N 98°29′45″W / 29.41145°N 98.49582°W / 29.41145; -98.49582 (Carl Hilmar Guenther House)
San Antonio
50 Gunter Hotel
Gunter Hotel
January 9, 2007
(#06001233)
205 E. Houston St.
29°25′36″N 98°29′28″W / 29.42669°N 98.491111°W / 29.42669; -98.491111 (Gunter Hotel)
San Antonio Part of San Antonio Downtown and River Walk Historic District
51 A. H. Halff House
A. H. Halff House
September 4, 1986
(#86002180)
601 Howard St.
29°26′31″N 98°29′45″W / 29.441944°N 98.495833°W / 29.441944; -98.495833 (A. H. Halff House)
San Antonio Recorded Texas Historic Landmark
52 Hangar 9
Hangar 9
May 21, 1970
(#70000895)
Brooks Air Force Base Inner Circle Rd.
29°20′38″N 98°26′39″W / 29.343889°N 98.444167°W / 29.343889; -98.444167 (Hangar 9)
San Antonio Recorded Texas Historic Landmark
53 Ethel Wilson Harris House
Ethel Wilson Harris House
April 3, 2001
(#01000325)
6519 San Jose Dr.-San Antonio Missions NHP
29°21′48″N 98°28′50″W / 29.363333°N 98.480417°W / 29.363333; -98.480417 (Ethel Wilson Harris House)
San Antonio Part of San Jose Mission National Historic Site, San Antonio Missions National Historical Park
54 John S. Harrison House
John S. Harrison House
June 29, 2006
(#06000551)
14997 Evans Rd.
29°34′32″N 98°18′19″W / 29.5755°N 98.305306°W / 29.5755; -98.305306 (John S. Harrison House)
Selma State Antiquities Landmark
55 The Havana
The Havana
April 10, 1986
(#86000725)
1015 Navarro St.
29°25′51″N 98°29′23″W / 29.430833°N 98.489722°W / 29.430833; -98.489722 (The Havana)
San Antonio Part of San Antonio Downtown and River Walk Historic District
56 Hays Street Bridge
Hays Street Bridge
September 10, 2012
(#12000787)
Hays St. over UPRR, N. Cherry, & Chestnut Sts.
29°25′49″N 98°28′40″W / 29.43034°N 98.47772°W / 29.43034; -98.47772 (Hays Street Bridge)
San Antonio Historic Bridges of Texas, 1866-1945 MPS
57 Heidemann Ranch July 6, 2011
(#11000423)
26090 Toutant Beauregard Rd.
29°41′18″N 98°42′13″W / 29.688333°N 98.703611°W / 29.688333; -98.703611 (Heidemann Ranch)
San Antonio Historic Farms and Ranches of Bexar County MPS
58 Johann and Anna Heidgen House
Johann and Anna Heidgen House
June 9, 2004
(#04000591)
121 Starr St.
29°25′34″N 98°28′56″W / 29.426111°N 98.482222°W / 29.426111; -98.482222 (Johann and Anna Heidgen House)
San Antonio Recorded Texas Historic Landmark
59 Heimann Building
Heimann Building
January 27, 2005
(#04001396)
118 N. Medina St.
29°25′37″N 98°30′17″W / 29.426806°N 98.504861°W / 29.426806; -98.504861 (Heimann Building)
San Antonio
60 Herrera Ranch September 9, 2010
(#10000737)
Old Somerset Rd. at Medina River
29°16′59″N 98°36′51″W / 29.283056°N 98.614028°W / 29.283056; -98.614028 (Herrera Ranch)
Von Ormy Historic Farms and Ranches of Bexar County MPS
61 Huebner-Onion Homestead and Stagecoach Stop
Huebner-Onion Homestead and Stagecoach Stop
August 10, 2005
(#05000860)
6613 Bandera Rd.
29°29′39″N 98°37′00″W / 29.494167°N 98.616667°W / 29.494167; -98.616667 (Huebner-Onion Homestead and Stagecoach Stop)
Leon Valley
62 International & Great Northern Railroad Passenger Station
International & Great Northern Railroad Passenger Station
September 9, 1975
(#75001951)
Medina and Houston Sts.
29°25′37″N 98°30′19″W / 29.426944°N 98.505278°W / 29.426944; -98.505278 (International & Great Northern Railroad Passenger Station)
San Antonio
63 Jacala Restaurant
Jacala Restaurant
October 22, 2004
(#04001168)
2702 N. St. Mary's St.
29°27′01″N 98°29′13″W / 29.450278°N 98.486944°W / 29.450278; -98.486944 (Jacala Restaurant)
San Antonio Sculpture by Dionicio Rodriguez in Texas MPS
64 Kelly Field Historic District
Kelly Field Historic District
July 10, 2003
(#03000626)
Roughly encompassing the 1600 and 1700 Areas of Kelly AFB
29°22′57″N 98°34′15″W / 29.3825°N 98.570833°W / 29.3825; -98.570833 (Kelly Field Historic District)
San Antonio
65 King William Historic District
King William Historic District
January 20, 1972
(#72001349)
Roughly bounded by Durango, Alamo, Guenther Sts. and the San Antonio River
29°24′51″N 98°29′34″W / 29.414167°N 98.492778°W / 29.414167; -98.492778 (King William Historic District)
San Antonio Includes Recorded Texas Historic Landmarks
66 Krause House
Krause House
July 19, 2010
(#10000469)
8551 Old Pearsall Road
29°18′20″N 98°39′56″W / 29.305472°N 98.665444°W / 29.305472; -98.665444 (Krause House)
San Antonio Recorded Texas Historic Landmark; Historic Farms and Ranches of Bexar County MPS
67 La Villita Historic District
La Villita Historic District
January 20, 1972
(#72001350)
Bounded by Durango, Navarro, Alamo Sts. and San Antonio River
29°25′17″N 98°29′20″W / 29.421389°N 98.488889°W / 29.421389; -98.488889 (La Villita Historic District)
San Antonio Includes State Antiquities Landmarks, Recorded Texas Historic Landmarks
68 Lavaca Historic District
Lavaca Historic District
July 5, 2000
(#00000773)
Roughly bounded by S. Alamo St., S. Presa St., alley bet. Camargo St., Callahan Ave., Labor St., and Garfield Alley
29°24′47″N 98°29′14″W / 29.413056°N 98.487222°W / 29.413056; -98.487222 (Lavaca Historic District)
San Antonio
69 Robert E. Lee Hotel
Robert E. Lee Hotel
February 16, 1996
(#96000063)
111 Travis St.
29°25′39″N 98°29′39″W / 29.4275°N 98.494167°W / 29.4275; -98.494167 (Robert E. Lee Hotel)
San Antonio Part of San Antonio Downtown and River Walk Historic District
70 Lerma's Nite Club
Lerma's Nite Club
March 21, 2011
(#11000135)
1602-1612 N Zarzamora
29°26′40″N 98°31′29″W / 29.444306°N 98.524792°W / 29.444306; -98.524792 (Lerma's Nite Club)
San Antonio
71 Light House
Light House
March 21, 2011
(#11000131)
300 Argyle Ave
29°28′32″N 98°28′10″W / 29.475417°N 98.469514°W / 29.475417; -98.469514 (Light House)
Alamo Heights
72 Live Oak Park Site
Live Oak Park Site
December 15, 1978
(#78002889)
Address restricted[6]
Live Oak Smithsonian trinomial: 41BX435
73 Livingston-Hess House
Livingston-Hess House
February 16, 1996
(#96000036)
228 W. Huisache Ave.
29°27′21″N 98°29′46″W / 29.455833°N 98.496111°W / 29.455833; -98.496111 (Livingston-Hess House)
San Antonio Part of Monte Vista Residential Historic District
74 Main and Military Plazas Historic District
Main and Military Plazas Historic District
June 11, 1979
(#79002914)
Roughly bounded by San Antonio River, E. Nueva, Laredo, and Houston Sts.
29°25′27″N 98°29′37″W / 29.424167°N 98.493611°W / 29.424167; -98.493611 (Main and Military Plazas Historic District)
San Antonio Includes National Historic Landmark, State Antiquities Landmarks, Recorded Texas Historic Landmarks
75 Majestic Theatre
Majestic Theatre
October 1, 1975
(#75001952)
230 E. Houston St.
29°25′35″N 98°29′26″W / 29.42625°N 98.490556°W / 29.42625; -98.490556 (Majestic Theatre)
San Antonio Recorded Texas Historic Landmark; part of San Antonio Downtown and River Walk Historic District
76 Maverick Building
Maverick Building
January 24, 1995
(#94001593)
606 N. Presa
29°25′35″N 98°29′18″W / 29.42625°N 98.488472°W / 29.42625; -98.488472 (Maverick Building)
San Antonio Part of San Antonio Downtown and River Walk Historic District
77 Maverick-Altgelt Ranch and Fenstermaker-Fromme Farm
Maverick-Altgelt Ranch and Fenstermaker-Fromme Farm
April 12, 1979
(#79002915)
Address restricted[6]
San Antonio Smithsonian trinomials: 41BX493, 41BX494, 41BX495, 41BX496, 41BX497, 41BX498
78 Maverick-Carter House
Maverick-Carter House
July 21, 1998
(#98000844)
119 Taylor St.
29°25′48″N 98°29′16″W / 29.42997°N 98.48779°W / 29.42997; -98.48779 (Maverick-Carter House)
San Antonio Recorded Texas Historic Landmark; part of San Antonio Downtown and River Walk Historic District
79 Otto Meerscheidt House
Otto Meerscheidt House
July 4, 1980
(#80004488)
332 Adams St.
29°24′30″N 98°29′25″W / 29.408333°N 98.490278°W / 29.408333; -98.490278 (Otto Meerscheidt House)
San Antonio Part of South Alamo Street-South Mary's Street Historic District
80 Menger Soap Works
Menger Soap Works
December 12, 1973
(#73001958)
400 block of N. Laredo St.
29°25′45″N 98°29′48″W / 29.429028°N 98.496667°W / 29.429028; -98.496667 (Menger Soap Works)
San Antonio Recorded Texas Historic Landmark
81 Merchants Ice and Cold Storage Company
Merchants Ice and Cold Storage Company
September 26, 2002
(#02001060)
1305 E. Houston St.
29°25′31″N 98°28′38″W / 29.425278°N 98.477222°W / 29.425278; -98.477222 (Merchants Ice and Cold Storage Company)
San Antonio
82 Meyer Pottery Archeological Complex
Meyer Pottery Archeological Complex
March 9, 1990
(#90000299)
Address restricted[6]
Atascosa Smithsonian trinomial; 41BX128, also known as Black Hill Pottery
83 Milam Building
Milam Building
May 18, 2014
(#15000246)
115 East Travis Street
29°25′40″N 98°29′35″W / 29.427772°N 98.493019°W / 29.427772; -98.493019 (Milam Building)
San Antonio Part of San Antonio Downtown and River Walk Historic District
84 Miraflores Park
Miraflores Park
June 14, 2006
(#04001176)
800 Hildebrand
29°27′55″N 98°28′03″W / 29.46520°N 98.4675°W / 29.46520; -98.4675 (Miraflores Park)
San Antonio State Antiquities Landmark; part of Brackenridge Park; Sculpture by Dionicio Rodriguez in Texas MPS
85 Mission Concepcion
Mission Concepcion
April 15, 1970
(#70000740)
807 Mission Rd.
29°23′27″N 98°29′28″W / 29.390833°N 98.49125°W / 29.390833; -98.49125 (Mission Concepcion)
San Antonio State Antiquities Landmark, Recorded Texas Historic Landmark; part of San Antonio Missions National Historical Park
86 Mission Parkway October 6, 1975
(#75001953)
Along San Antonio River
29°21′06″N 98°28′11″W / 29.351667°N 98.469722°W / 29.351667; -98.469722 (Mission Parkway)
San Antonio Part of San Antonio Missions National Historical Park; includes State Antiquities Landmark
87 Mission San Francisco de la Espada
Mission San Francisco de la Espada
February 23, 1972
(#72001351)
January 28, 1974 boundary increase (#74002324)
Espada Rd.
29°19′03″N 98°27′00″W / 29.3175°N 98.45°W / 29.3175; -98.45 (Mission San Francisco de la Espada)
San Antonio State Antiquities Landmark; part of San Antonio Missions National Historical Park
88 Mission San Juan Capistrano
Mission San Juan Capistrano
February 23, 1972
(#72001352)
Mission Rd.
29°19′55″N 98°27′16″W / 29.331944°N 98.454444°W / 29.331944; -98.454444 (Mission San Juan Capistrano)
San Antonio State Antiquities Landmark, Recorded Texas Historic Landmark; part of San Antonio Missions National Historical Park
89 Monastery of Our Lady of Charity
Monastery of Our Lady of Charity
June 25, 1999
(#99000719)
1900 Montana
29°25′05″N 98°26′56″W / 29.418056°N 98.448889°W / 29.418056; -98.448889 (Monastery of Our Lady of Charity)
San Antonio
90 Monte Vista Residential Historic District
Monte Vista Residential Historic District
December 10, 1998
(#98001421)
Roughly bounded by Hildebrand, Stadium, N. St. Mary's, Asby, and San Pedro Sts.
29°27′27″N 98°29′26″W / 29.4575°N 98.490556°W / 29.4575; -98.490556 (Monte Vista Residential Historic District)
San Antonio Includes Recorded Texas Historic Landmarks
91 William J. Morrison, Jr. House
William J. Morrison, Jr. House
July 12, 1990
(#90001078)
710 N. Olive St.
29°25′41″N 98°28′16″W / 29.428056°N 98.471111°W / 29.428056; -98.471111 (William J. Morrison, Jr. House)
San Antonio
92 Jose Antonio Navarro Elementary School
Jose Antonio Navarro Elementary School
November 29, 1978
(#78002892)
623 S. Pecos St.
29°25′11″N 98°30′08″W / 29.419722°N 98.502222°W / 29.419722; -98.502222 (Jose Antonio Navarro Elementary School)
San Antonio State Antiquities Landmark
93 Jose Antonio Navarro House Complex
Jose Antonio Navarro House Complex
March 24, 1972
(#72001353)
December 23, 2016 NHL designation (#100000830)
228-232 S. Laredo St.
29°25′23″N 98°29′50″W / 29.423056°N 98.497361°W / 29.423056; -98.497361 (Jose Antonio Navarro House Complex)
San Antonio State Historic Site, State Antiquities Landmark, Recorded Texas Historic Landmark
94 Old Lone Star Brewery
Old Lone Star Brewery
October 26, 1972
(#72001354)
September 25, 1979 boundary increase (#79003544)
200 West Jones Ave.
29°26′13″N 98°28′53″W / 29.436944°N 98.481389°W / 29.436944; -98.481389 (Old Lone Star Brewery)
San Antonio
95 Our Lady of Mount Carmel and St. Therese Church
Our Lady of Mount Carmel and St. Therese Church
July 9, 1998
(#98000843)
906 Kentucky
29°26′45″N 98°31′30″W / 29.445833°N 98.525°W / 29.445833; -98.525 (Our Lady of Mount Carmel and St. Therese Church)
San Antonio
96 Hiram Partee House
Hiram Partee House
September 20, 1984
(#84001576)
605 Belknap Pl.
29°27′08″N 98°29′52″W / 29.452222°N 98.497778°W / 29.452222; -98.497778 (Hiram Partee House)
San Antonio Part of Monte Vista Residential Historic District
97 Perez Rancho Site and Delores Crossing
Perez Rancho Site and Delores Crossing
November 26, 2014
(#14000099)
Address restricted[6]
San Antonio Historic Resources of El Camino Real de los Tejas National Historic Trail MPS; Lt. Col. Ygnacio Perez Stone Rancho Site, Smithsonian trinomial: 41BX274
98 Pershing House
Pershing House
July 30, 1974
(#74002058)
Staff Post Rd., Fort Sam Houston
29°26′42″N 98°28′10″W / 29.445°N 98.469306°W / 29.445; -98.469306 (Pershing House)
San Antonio Part of Fort Sam Houston
99 Plehwe Complex
Plehwe Complex
December 15, 1983
(#83003755)
W of Leon Springs on Boerne Stage Rd.
29°39′53″N 98°38′20″W / 29.6647°N 98.6388°W / 29.6647; -98.6388 (Plehwe Complex)
Leon Springs
100 Post Chapel, Fort Sam Houston
Post Chapel, Fort Sam Houston
May 17, 1974
(#74002057)
Bldg. 2200, Wilson St.
29°26′54″N 98°27′31″W / 29.448333°N 98.458611°W / 29.448333; -98.458611 (Post Chapel, Fort Sam Houston)
San Antonio Part of Fort Sam Houston
101 Presnall-Watson Homestead
Presnall-Watson Homestead
April 10, 2012
(#12000192)
Address restricted[6]
San Antonio Historic Farms and Ranches of Bexar County MPS
102 Prospect Hill Missionary Baptist Church
Prospect Hill Missionary Baptist Church
September 18, 1986
(#86002185)
1601 Buena Vista
29°25′35″N 98°30′57″W / 29.42625°N 98.515972°W / 29.42625; -98.515972 (Prospect Hill Missionary Baptist Church)
San Antonio
103 The Quadrangle
The Quadrangle
July 30, 1974
(#74002059)
Grayson St., Fort Sam Houston
29°26′40″N 98°27′44″W / 29.444444°N 98.462222°W / 29.444444; -98.462222 (The Quadrangle)
San Antonio Recorded Texas Historic Landmark; part of Fort Sam Houston
104 Randolph Field Historic District
Randolph Field Historic District
July 8, 1996
(#96000753)
Randolph Air Force Base, off Pat Booker Rd., 18 NE of San Antonio
29°31′56″N 98°16′48″W / 29.532222°N 98.28°W / 29.532222; -98.28 (Randolph Field Historic District)
Universal City Randolph Air Force Base MPS
105 Reinbolt Hall at St. Mary's University February 21, 2017
(#100000668)
1 Camino Santa Maria
29°27′10″N 98°33′42″W / 29.452909°N 98.561640°W / 29.452909; -98.561640 (Reinbolt Hall at St. Mary's University)
San Antonio
106 Saint Anthony Hotel
Saint Anthony Hotel
September 19, 1986
(#86002186)
300 Travis St.
29°25′38″N 98°29′19″W / 29.427222°N 98.488611°W / 29.427222; -98.488611 (Saint Anthony Hotel)
San Antonio Part of San Antonio Downtown and River Walk Historic District
107 St. John's Seminary May 23, 2018
(#100002470)
222 E Mitchell St.
29°23′29″N 98°29′27″W / 29.391520°N 98.490736°W / 29.391520; -98.490736 (St. John's Seminary)
San Antonio
108 St. Louis Hall at St. Mary's University
St. Louis Hall at St. Mary's University
March 24, 2008
(#08000239)
1 Camino Santa Maria
29°27′10″N 98°33′40″W / 29.452778°N 98.561111°W / 29.452778; -98.561111 (St. Louis Hall at St. Mary's University)
San Antonio
109 St. Mark's Episcopal Church
St. Mark's Episcopal Church
February 12, 1998
(#98000103)
315 E. Pecan St.
29°25′43″N 98°29′19″W / 29.428611°N 98.488611°W / 29.428611; -98.488611 (St. Mark's Episcopal Church)
San Antonio Recorded Texas Historic Landmark; part of San Antonio Downtown and River Walk Historic District
110 Salado Battlefield and Archeological Site
Salado Battlefield and Archeological Site
November 21, 1978
(#78002893)
Address restricted[6]
San Antonio
111 San Antonio Casino Club Building
San Antonio Casino Club Building
January 8, 1980
(#80004078)
102 W. Crockett St.
29°25′30″N 98°29′19″W / 29.425°N 98.488611°W / 29.425; -98.488611 (San Antonio Casino Club Building)
San Antonio Recorded Texas Historic Landmark; part of San Antonio Downtown and River Walk Historic District
112 Old San Antonio City Cemeteries Historic District
Old San Antonio City Cemeteries Historic District
October 11, 2000
(#00000772)
Roughly bounded by Nevada, New Braunfels, Paso Hondo, Palmetto, Potomac, St. James, Pine, E. Commerce, Dakota, Monumenta
29°25′08″N 98°27′52″W / 29.418889°N 98.464444°W / 29.418889; -98.464444 (Old San Antonio City Cemeteries Historic District)
San Antonio
113 San Antonio Downtown and River Walk Historic District
San Antonio Downtown and River Walk Historic District
February 23, 2018
(#100002128)
Roughly bounded by Camaron, Augusta, 6th, Bonham, Losoya, & Tolie Place
29°25′29″N 98°29′33″W / 29.424779°N 98.492496°W / 29.424779; -98.492496 (San Antonio Downtown and River Walk Historic District)
San Antonio Includes Recorded Texas Historic Landmarks
114 San Antonio Drug Company
San Antonio Drug Company
May 19, 1994
(#94000453)
432 W. Market St.
29°25′25″N 98°29′29″W / 29.423611°N 98.491389°W / 29.423611; -98.491389 (San Antonio Drug Company)
San Antonio Part of San Antonio Downtown and River Walk Historic District
115 San Antonio Loan and Trust Building July 12, 1976
(#76002006)
235 E. Commerce St.
29°25′25″N 98°29′26″W / 29.423611°N 98.490556°W / 29.423611; -98.490556 (San Antonio Loan and Trust Building)
San Antonio Part of San Antonio Downtown and River Walk Historic District
116 San Antonio Missions National Historical Park
San Antonio Missions National Historical Park
November 10, 1978
(#78003147)
Mission and Espada Rds. and San Jose Dr.
29°21′42″N 98°28′49″W / 29.361667°N 98.480278°W / 29.361667; -98.480278 (San Antonio Missions National Historical Park)
San Antonio Includes National Historic Site, State Antiquities Landmarks, Recorded Texas Historic Landmarks
117 San Antonio National Cemetery
San Antonio National Cemetery
November 22, 1999
(#99001395)
517 Paso Hondo St.
29°25′20″N 98°28′05″W / 29.422222°N 98.468056°W / 29.422222; -98.468056 (San Antonio National Cemetery)
San Antonio Part of Old San Antonio City Cemeteries Historic District; Civil War Era National Cemeteries MPS
118 San Antonio US Post Office and Courthouse
San Antonio US Post Office and Courthouse
September 29, 2000
(#00001174)
615 E. Houston St.
29°25′37″N 98°29′11″W / 29.426944°N 98.48625°W / 29.426944; -98.48625 (San Antonio US Post Office and Courthouse)
San Antonio Part of Alamo Plaza Historic District
119 San Antonio Water Works Pump Station No. 2
San Antonio Water Works Pump Station No. 2
August 21, 1981
(#81000625)
Brackenridge Park
29°26′55″N 98°28′37″W / 29.4487°N 98.4769°W / 29.4487; -98.4769 (San Antonio Water Works Pump Station No. 2)
San Antonio Part of Brackenridge Park
120 San Jose Mission National Historic Site
San Jose Mission National Historic Site
October 15, 1966
(#66000810)
6519 San Jose Dr.
29°21′44″N 98°28′47″W / 29.362222°N 98.479722°W / 29.362222; -98.479722 (San Jose Mission National Historic Site)
San Antonio State Antiquities Landmark, Recorded Texas Historic Landmark; part of San Antonio Missions National Historical Park
121 San Pedro Springs Park
San Pedro Springs Park
November 1, 1979
(#79002916)
San Pedro Ave.
29°26′48″N 98°30′05″W / 29.446667°N 98.501389°W / 29.446667; -98.501389 (San Pedro Springs Park)
San Antonio State Antiquities Landmark
122 Schroeder-Yturri House
Schroeder-Yturri House
April 14, 1975
(#75001954)
1040 E. Commerce St.
29°25′20″N 98°28′54″W / 29.422153°N 98.481667°W / 29.422153; -98.481667 (Schroeder-Yturri House)
San Antonio State Antiquities Landmark
123 Scottish Rite Cathedral
Scottish Rite Cathedral
February 16, 1996
(#96000068)
308 Ave. E
29°25′39″N 98°29′03″W / 29.4275°N 98.484167°W / 29.4275; -98.484167 (Scottish Rite Cathedral)
San Antonio Recorded Texas Historic Landmark; part of San Antonio Downtown and River Walk Historic District
124 Selma Stagecoach Stop and Post Office
Selma Stagecoach Stop and Post Office
June 26, 2017
(#100001252)
9374 Valhalla
29°34′57″N 98°18′20″W / 29.582427°N 98.305483°W / 29.582427; -98.305483 (Selma Stagecoach Stop and Post Office)
Selma
125 Smith-Young Tower
Smith-Young Tower
November 13, 1991
(#91001682)
310 S. St. Mary's St.
29°25′22″N 98°29′29″W / 29.422778°N 98.491319°W / 29.422778; -98.491319 (Smith-Young Tower)
San Antonio Part of San Antonio Downtown and River Walk Historic District
126 Source of the River District
Source of the River District
July 31, 1978
(#78002894)
Address restricted[6]
San Antonio
127 South Alamo Street-South Mary's Street Historic District
South Alamo Street-South Mary's Street Historic District
October 4, 1984
(#84000026)
Bounded by the San Antonio River, S. Alamo, S. St. Mary's, and Temple Sts.
29°24′29″N 98°29′25″W / 29.408056°N 98.490278°W / 29.408056; -98.490278 (South Alamo Street-South Mary's Street Historic District)
San Antonio Includes Recorded Texas Historic Landmarks
128 Southern Pacific Depot Historic District
Southern Pacific Depot Historic District
February 1, 1979
(#79002917)
Roughly bounded by Crockett, Chestnut, Galveston, and Cherry Sts.
29°25′16″N 98°28′40″W / 29.421111°N 98.477778°W / 29.421111; -98.477778 (Southern Pacific Depot Historic District)
San Antonio Includes State Antiquities Landmark
129 Southern Pacific Railroad Passenger Station
Southern Pacific Railroad Passenger Station
May 29, 1975
(#75001955)
1174 E. Commerce St.
29°25′12″N 98°28′40″W / 29.42°N 98.477778°W / 29.42; -98.477778 (Southern Pacific Railroad Passenger Station)
San Antonio State Antiquities Landmark; part of Southern Pacific Depot Historic District
130 Spanish Governor's Palace
Spanish Governor's Palace
April 15, 1970
(#70000741)
105 Military Plaza
29°25′30″N 98°29′45″W / 29.4249°N 98.4958°W / 29.4249; -98.4958 (Spanish Governor's Palace)
San Antonio State Antiquities Landmark, Recorded Texas Historic Landmark; part of Main and Military Plazas Historic District; part of Main and Military Plazas Historic District
131 Staacke Brothers Building
Staacke Brothers Building
September 2, 1980
(#80004079)
309 E. Commerce St.
29°25′28″N 98°29′22″W / 29.424306°N 98.489444°W / 29.424306; -98.489444 (Staacke Brothers Building)
San Antonio Recorded Texas Historic Landmark; part of San Antonio Downtown and River Walk Historic District
132 State Highway 3-A Bridge at Cibolo Creek
State Highway 3-A Bridge at Cibolo Creek
October 10, 1996
(#96001112)
I-10 at the Bexar and Guadalupe Cnty. line
29°30′05″N 98°11′11″W / 29.501389°N 98.186389°W / 29.501389; -98.186389 (State Highway 3-A Bridge at Cibolo Creek)
Schertz Historic Bridges of Texas, 1866-1945 MPS; extends into Guadalupe County
133 Stations of the Cross and Grotto at the Shrine of St. Anthony de Padua
Stations of the Cross and Grotto at the Shrine of St. Anthony de Padua
December 23, 2004
(#04001170)
100 Peter Baque Rd.
29°30′04″N 98°28′14″W / 29.501111°N 98.470556°W / 29.501111; -98.470556 (Stations of the Cross and Grotto at the Shrine of St. Anthony de Padua)
San Antonio Sculpture by Dionicio Rodriguez in Texas MPS
134 Stevens Building
Stevens Building
May 10, 1984
(#84001614)
315 E. Commerce St.
29°25′27″N 98°29′21″W / 29.424167°N 98.489167°W / 29.424167; -98.489167 (Stevens Building)
San Antonio Recorded Texas Historic Landmark; part of San Antonio Downtown and River Walk Historic District
135 Thiele House and Thiele Cottage
Thiele House and Thiele Cottage
March 3, 1983
(#83003092)
411 and 415 Sixth St.
29°25′47″N 98°28′59″W / 29.429722°N 98.483056°W / 29.429722; -98.483056 (Thiele House and Thiele Cottage)
San Antonio Recorded Texas Historic Landmarks; part of San Antonio Downtown and River Walk Historic District
136 Thomas Jefferson High School
Thomas Jefferson High School
September 22, 1983
(#83003093)
723 Donaldson Ave.
29°27′54″N 98°32′15″W / 29.465°N 98.5375°W / 29.465; -98.5375 (Thomas Jefferson High School)
San Antonio Recorded Texas Historic Landmark
137 The Toltec
The Toltec
July 26, 2010
(#10000498)
131 Taylor Ave.
29°25′49″N 98°29′16″W / 29.430389°N 98.487694°W / 29.430389; -98.487694 (The Toltec)
San Antonio Recorded Texas Historic Landmarks; part of San Antonio Downtown and River Walk Historic District
138 Travelers Hotel
Travelers Hotel
September 18, 2015
(#15000617)
220 Broadway
29°25′42″N 98°29′14″W / 29.428261°N 98.487099°W / 29.428261; -98.487099 (Travelers Hotel)
San Antonio Part of San Antonio Downtown and River Walk Historic District
139 Trinity University Historic District
Trinity University Historic District
May 29, 2018
(#100002471)
Roughly bounded by E. Hildebrand, E Mulberry, & Bushnell Aves., Stadium Dr., Kings Ct., Ledge, Shook, & Campus Lns.
29°27′48″N 98°28′58″W / 29.463264°N 98.482854°W / 29.463264; -98.482854 (Trinity University Historic District)
San Antonio
140 Trolley Stop in Alamo Heights
Trolley Stop in Alamo Heights
October 22, 2004
(#04001165)
4900 blk of Broadway
29°28′17″N 98°27′48″W / 29.471389°N 98.463333°W / 29.471389; -98.463333 (Trolley Stop in Alamo Heights)
Alamo Heights Sculpture by Dionicio Rodriguez in Texas MPS
141 U.S. San Antonio Arsenal
U.S. San Antonio Arsenal
December 30, 1969
(#69000200)
Roughly bounded by S. Flores and E. Arsenal Sts., and the San Antonio River
29°24′28″N 98°29′44″W / 29.407778°N 98.495556°W / 29.407778; -98.495556 (U.S. San Antonio Arsenal)
San Antonio Recorded Texas Historic Landmark
142 Gustav Uhl House and Store
Gustav Uhl House and Store
September 26, 2002
(#02001061)
721 Avenue E
29°25′52″N 98°28′52″W / 29.431111°N 98.481111°W / 29.431111; -98.481111 (Gustav Uhl House and Store)
San Antonio
143 University of the Incarnate Word Administration Building
University of the Incarnate Word Administration Building
May 17, 2010
(#10000267)
4301 Broadway
29°28′01″N 98°27′54″W / 29.467083°N 98.465°W / 29.467083; -98.465 (University of the Incarnate Word Administration Building)
San Antonio
144 Ursuline Academy
Ursuline Academy
November 25, 1969
(#69000201)
300 Augusta St.
29°25′52″N 98°29′32″W / 29.431111°N 98.492222°W / 29.431111; -98.492222 (Ursuline Academy)
San Antonio Recorded Texas Historic Landmark; part of San Antonio Downtown and River Walk Historic District
145 Voelcker Farmstead Historic District July 11, 2014
(#14000402)
13203 Blanco Rd.
29°33′49″N 98°31′37″W / 29.563702°N 98.527053°W / 29.563702; -98.527053 (Voelcker Farmstead Historic District)
San Antonio Historic Farms and Ranches of Bexar County MPS; the site of the Phil Hardberger Park as of 2018. [1]
146 Vogel Belt Complex
Vogel Belt Complex
April 10, 1975
(#75001956)
111-121 Military Plaza
29°25′28″N 98°29′45″W / 29.424444°N 98.495833°W / 29.424444; -98.495833 (Vogel Belt Complex)
San Antonio Recorded Texas Historic Landmark; part of Main and Military Plazas Historic District
147 Walker Ranch
Walker Ranch
February 24, 1975
(#75001957)
Address restricted[6]
San Antonio
148 The Wedgwood February 21, 2017
(#100000669)
6701 Blanco Rd.
29°31′04″N 98°30′29″W / 29.517643°N 98.508008°W / 29.517643; -98.508008 (The Wedgwood)
San Antonio
149 R.L. White Ranch February 24, 1975
(#08000474)
18744 Bandera Rd. E.
29°37′04″N 98°45′02″W / 29.617778°N 98.750556°W / 29.617778; -98.750556 (R.L. White Ranch)
Helotes Recorded Texas Historic Landmark
150 David J. and May Bock Woodward House
David J. and May Bock Woodward House
February 16, 1996
(#96000069)
1717 San Pedro Ave.
29°27′01″N 98°29′59″W / 29.450278°N 98.499722°W / 29.450278; -98.499722 (David J. and May Bock Woodward House)
San Antonio Recorded Texas Historic Landmark
151 L. T. Wright House
L. T. Wright House
April 1, 1983
(#83003094)
342 Wilkens Ave.
29°23′42″N 98°29′08″W / 29.395°N 98.485694°W / 29.395; -98.485694 (L. T. Wright House)
San Antonio
152 Ximenes Chapel
Ximenes Chapel
September 8, 1980
(#80004080)
113 Ruiz St.
29°26′03″N 98°30′13″W / 29.434167°N 98.503611°W / 29.434167; -98.503611 (Ximenes Chapel)
San Antonio
153 Yturri-Edmunds House
Yturri-Edmunds House
August 8, 1996
(#96000870)
257 Yellowstone St.
29°23′53″N 98°29′15″W / 29.398194°N 98.4875°W / 29.398194; -98.4875 (Yturri-Edmunds House)
San Antonio Recorded Texas Historic Landmark

Former listings[edit]

[3] Name on the Register Image Date listedDate removed Location City or town Summary
1 Daniel J. Sullivan Stable and Carriage House February 23, 1978
(#78002895)
March 18, 1988 314 Fourth St.
29°25′47″N 98°29′08″W / 29.429672°N 98.485558°W / 29.429672; -98.485558 (Daniel J. Sullivan Stable and Carriage House)
San Antonio Delisted after relocation to the San Antonio Botanical Garden 29°27′32″N 98°27′31″W / 29.45889°N 98.45861°W / 29.45889; -98.45861

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on November 2, 2018.
  2. ^ The latitude and longitude information provided in this table was derived originally from the National Register Information System, which has been found to be fairly accurate for about 99% of listings. For about 1% of NRIS original coordinates, experience has shown that one or both coordinates are typos or otherwise extremely far off; some corrections may have been made. A more subtle problem causes many locations to be off by up to 150 yards, depending on location in the country: most NRIS coordinates were derived from tracing out latitude and longitudes from USGS topographical quadrant maps created under the North American Datum of 1927, which differs from the current, highly accurate WGS84 GPS system used by most on-line maps. Chicago is about right, but NRIS longitudes in Washington are higher by about 4.5 seconds, and are lower by about 2.0 seconds in Maine. Latitudes differ by about 1.0 second in Florida. Some locations in this table may have been corrected to current GPS standards.
  3. ^ a b Numbers represent an ordering by significant words. Various colorings, defined here, differentiate National Historic Landmarks and historic districts from other NRHP buildings, structures, sites or objects.
  4. ^ National Park Service (2013-11-02). "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service.
  5. ^ The eight-digit number below each date is the number assigned to each location in the National Register Information System database, which can be viewed by clicking the number.
  6. ^ a b c d e f g h i Federal and state laws and practices restrict general public access to information regarding the specific location of this resource. In some cases, this is to protect archeological sites from vandalism, while in other cases it is restricted at the request of the owner. See: Knoerl, John; Miller, Diane; Shrimpton, Rebecca H. (1990), Guidelines for Restricting Information about Historic and Prehistoric Resources, National Register Bulletin (29), National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior, OCLC 20706997.

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