The McIlvaine Building, a two-story brick commercial block, represents the oldest ex isting stratum of Texas City's downtown architecture. Its scale mirrors the breadth of downtown streets and the sense of limitless geographic expansion so typical of the coastal plain.
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R. E. McIlvaine Building
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