Historical Marker Search

You searched for Postal Code: 76903

Showing results 1 to 10 of 43
Assumption of the Virgin Mary Greek Orthodox Church. . On Nov. 23 1929, a group of Greek residents in San Angelo made the first attempt to organize the Greek community in the area by creating the "Hellenic Educational Society 'The Platon'" or "Pla…
First Baptist Church of San Angelo. . The first Baptist missionary efforts in this area began in 1881 with Dr. Owen C. Pope and the Rev. L. R. Millican, who became noted for their work on the Texas frontier. Although it is not known exactly when t…
First Episcopal services in area were at Ft. Concho, 1871. First parish church was built 1888 with aid from Emmanuel Episcopal Church, Baltimore, MD. This edifice of 1929 has stones and bell from 1884 Tom Green Courthouse and garden wall stone…
A dedicated member of the Methodist Church and a gifted teacher, Mrs. Massie was a humanitarian who worked to further education throughout her life. The former Mary Lee Payne, Mrs. Massie was born in Weimar [Texas], one of four children. She gr…
has been placed on theNational Registerof Historic Placesby the United StatesDepartment of the Interior
Originally founded as a place for artists to live and produce artwork, the Old Chicken Farm Art Center flourished throughout the 70's & 80's and housed 22 studios and a bronze foundry in addition to Allen's Clay Studio. In 1991, the back half o…
[Scenes of Kelton and his Western novel themes] [Novels include]Hot Iron · Donovan · Llano River · The Day The Cowboy Quit · The Good Old Boys · The Time It Never Rained · The Man Who Rode Midnight &mid…
City ofSan AngeloTexasHistoricLandmark
This property has beenplaced on theNational Registerof Historic Placesby the United StatesDepartment of the Interior City ofSan AngeloTexasHistoricLandmark
Has been listed in theNational Registerof Historic Placesby the United StatesDepartment of the Interior1988 City ofSan AngeloTexasHistoricLandmark