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Landmarks of Longview

Landmarks of Longview

September 21-22, 2019
NUGGETT HILL

Landmarks of Longview, an annual architectural home tour, is an event allowing visitors to tour homes with varying architectural styles. In keeping with the museum's mission to educate in an enjoyable and entertaining atmosphere, Landmarks has become one of our most well attended events over the years. One of the most important elements of the tour is the opportunity to help conserve our city's architectural legacy through historic preservation. The tour attracts people from Longview and surrounding areas, including builders, architects and interior designers. At times, some of the original architects of featured homes have been in attendance, adding another interesting dimension to the tour. Our brochures describe the unique features of each home, its architectural style and the architect or designer of each residence. The event is open to the public. Tickets are $20 in advance online and at the following participating places: the Gregg County Historical Museum, Barron's, Louis Morgan #4, Blue Door Antiques/Pen and Company and GZ Asian Bistro. Tickets are also available at each of the homes for $25 on tour days.

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Landmarks of Longview 2019 Sponsors

Gregg County Historical Foundation

INDUSTRIALIST

City of Longview's Cultural Activities Advisory Commission

The Crain Foundation

Mrs. Michael Pemberton

Evelyn and Lloyd Bolding

Citizens National Bank

PIONEER

Misty and Nelson Roach

Sidney Broadfoot Faust

Debbie and Jim Hancock

Loretta and Tommy Lloyd

Joyce Crain, Inc. Darba and Frank Jackson
he Mike Martin Family

HISTORIAN

Billie and David Bennett

Bonnie and Dick Dial

Frances Foshee Beavers

Niki and Darren Groce

The Choy Family

Texas Bank and Trust

Paula and Charles Kaplan

Glenda Mann

Diann & Dr. John Greifenkamp

Gans & Smith Insurance

Perry D. Reed & Company, P.C.

Cassandra & LeGrande Northcutt

EXPLORER

Claire Smith Foster

Frankie Parson Riggins

Buckner Westminster Place

2019 Photo Gallery

Buttram House

Buttram House

Martin House

Martin House

Shelton House

Shelton House

Teague House

Teague House

2017 Photo Gallery

Germanwala House - 5 Thorntree

Germanwala House - 5 Thorntree

Pelaia House - 8 Thorntree

Pelaia House - 8 Thorntree

Hight House - 1109 Camellia Lane

Hight House - 1109 Camellia Lane

Brookshire House - 1907 N. Tenth

Brookshire House - 1907 N. Tenth

2016 Photo Gallery

101 Fountainebleau Ave, Home of Ken and Karen Moser

101 Fountainebleau Ave, Home of Ken and Karen Moser

105 Cortland Circle, home of Frieda Heath

105 Cortland Circle, home of Frieda Heath

114 Fountain Valley Court, home of Jud and Nancy Murray

114 Fountain Valley Court, home of Jud and Nancy Murray

201 Fountainebleau Ave, home of Jacob and Carla Brown

201 Fountainebleau Ave, home of Jacob and Carla Brown

2015 Photo Gallery

#31 Pegues Place, home of William and Gene Villyard

#31 Pegues Place, home of William and Gene Villyard

1401 Noble Drive, home of Phyllis Jolley Smith

1401 Noble Drive, home of Phyllis Jolley Smith

1504 Noble Drive, home of Stephen and Amy McHaney

1504 Noble Drive, home of Stephen and Amy McHaney

1505 Noble Drive, home of Jeannie Pemberton

1505 Noble Drive, home of Jeannie Pemberton