The Texas Governor's Mansion: A History of the House and Its Occupants

By: Jean Houston Daniel; Price Daniel; Dorothy Blodgett

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Signed by Dorothy Blodgett on title page. Ex-library book with library stamp on front board and donated stamp on fep. Dust jacket flaps are glued on inside front board and gift inscription in same area. Inside pages clean and binding is tight. Color photographs. The Texas Governor's Mansion is an example of nineteenth-century Greek Revival architecture. It was commenced by Abner Cook in 1854 and is the oldest executive Mansion in continuous use west of the Mississippi River and the fourth oldest in the United States.

Title: The Texas Governor's Mansion: A History of the House and Its Occupants

Author Name: Jean Houston Daniel; Price Daniel; Dorothy Blodgett

Categories: Signed, Limited Editions, First Editions, Texana,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Texas State Library and Archives Comission: 1984-06-01

ISBN: 093836801X

ISBN 13: 9780938368014

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Used: Very Good

Jacket Condition: Missing

Type: Hardcover

Inscription: Signed by Author

Seller ID: b2-4-2

Keywords: Texas, governor, mansion, history,