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Aug 26 2014

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LANDMARKS OF LONGVIEW: Gregg County Historical Museum slates an architectural home tour

The Gregg County Historical Museum is proud to present the 15th Annual Landmarks of Longview Architectural Tour. In honor of the spirit of generosity from longtime Gregg County and Longview contributor, this year’s Heritage Award will be presented to Linda Ryan Thomas. This year, our tour will also recognize, in memoriam, the inspirational founder of Landmarks of Longview, Dr. W. D. Northcutt, III.

The 2014 Landmarks of Longview tour will feature 5 beautiful locations in Huntington Park. Located off of McCann Road, Huntington Park was established in the early 1960’s. One of the original houses belonging to Alicia and Mike Nolte is featured on this year’s tour. As more houses were constructed over the years, the variety and styles of homes created what is now an established and popular neighborhood. Each home is unique, reflecting styles ranging from traditional to contemporary. Two of the homes on the tour this year are works of design team, Robert Allen and James Buie.

Advance tickets are $20 each and are available from the Gregg County Historical Museum, Barron’s, Louis Morgan #4, Pen and Company, Horaney’s, C.S. Cutting Co., Johnny Cace’s Seafood and Steak House, Texas Bank and Trust and Citizen’s Bank, downtown. Tickets are also available at each home during tour hours at a price of $25.

Tickets are limited and will be sold on a first come, first served basis. All tickets are valid for both days.

For more information contact the Gregg County Historical Museum, 214 North Fredonia Street, visit the website, www.gregghistorical.org, Like us on Facebook/GreggCountyHistoricalMuseum or call 903.753.5840. Shuttles will be available for transportation to and from the homes. Proceeds benefit the Gregg County Historical Museum. This program made possible, in part, through a grant from the City of Longview.

 

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