Eugene T. Heiner Architecture Photos

Eugene T. Heiner (1852-1901) moved to Dallas in 1877 after apprenticing architecture in Chicago. Heiner is noted for the dozens of jails, courthouses & public buildings he designed. He used the Richardsonian Romanesque style frequently.

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Leon & H. Blum Co. building now the Tremont House hotel. Galveston, TX.Leon & H. Blum Co. building / Tremont House hotel facade. Galveston, TX.Stewart building originally for cotton export. Galveston, TX.Corner details of Stewart building. Galveston, TX.
Leon & H. Blum Co. building (1880 & 1882) (Merchant at Rosenberg Ave.) now the Tremont House hotel. Galveston, TX. Architect: Eugene T. Heiner then Nicholas J. Clayton.Leon & H. Blum Co. building / Tremont House hotel facade. Galveston, TX.Stewart building (1882) (Kempner at Mechanic) originally for cotton export. Galveston, TX. Style: Renaissance revival. Architect: Eugene T. Heiner.Corner details of Stewart building. Galveston, TX.
Facade of Stewart building. Galveston, TX.Front door of Stewart building. Galveston, TX.Cotton Exchange. Houston, TX.Old Houston Cotton Exchange & Board of Trade building. Houston, TX.
Facade of Stewart building. Galveston, TX.Front door of Stewart building. Galveston, TX.Cotton Exchange (1884-5) (202 Travis St.). Houston, TX. Style: Italianate. Architect: Eugene T. Heiner. On National Register.Old Houston Cotton Exchange & Board of Trade building (1884-5) (202 Travis St.). Houston, TX. Style: Victorian Renaissance Revival. Architect: Eugene T. Heiner.
W.L. Foley Building. Houston, TX.Bastrop County Jail in service till 1974. Bastrop, TX.

W.L. Foley Building (1889) (218 Travis St.). Houston, TX. Architect: Eugene T. Heiner.Bastrop County Jail (1892) (on Public Square) in service till 1974. Bastrop, TX. Style: Greek Revival. Architect: Eugene T. Heiner. On National Register.


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