This stately Georgian Revival building commands attention with its dark red brick and white trim. The formal composition of a central two-story temple form connected by lower wings to two-story projecting wings may have been derived from schemes often used for country houses by eighteenth-century English architects Robert and James Adam.
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Texas Federation of Women's Clubs Building
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