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This is an image of a place or building that is listed on the National Register of Historic Places in the United States. Its reference number is 77001443.

Seawall of Galveston, Texas, under construction, 1905

Creator: War Department. Office of the Chief of Engineers.~. Galveston District. (02/25/1880 - 02/01/1941) ( Most Recent)


Type of Archival Materials: Textual Records Level of Description: Item from Record Group 77: Records of the Office of the Chief of Engineers, 1789 - 1988

Location: NARA's Southwest Region (Fort Worth) (NRFFA), 501 West Felix Street, Building 1, Fort Worth, TX 76115-3405 PHONE: 817-831-5620, FAX: 817-334-5621, EMAIL: [email protected] Production Date: 07/31/1905

Part of: File Unit: Photographs of Projects, 1900 - 1953

Access Restrictions: Unrestricted

Use Restrictions: Unrestricted

Variant Control Number(s): Other Identifier: Box 1 NAIL Control Number: NRFF-77-G13-CROCKETT-1(4)


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