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Lee County Heritage Museum (August W. Schubert House)
The Greek Revival central-hall plan with a rear ell is a common early Texas house form. This house's outstanding, paneled front doors are featured in Drury Blakeley Alexander's book Texas Homes of the Nineteenth Century (1966). August W. Schubert was a merchant and member of the Serbin Wendish colony founded in 1854 near present-day Giddings. Schubert sold the house in 1894 and its subsequent uses included as a ministerial college and as the home of legislator, author, and educator Baylis J. Fletcher.
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