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Past Exhibits

Walter Eugene George

Feb. 1 - 28, 2014: From the first UTSA Endowed Professor in Historic Preservation, a sample taken from more than 500 drawings and 16,000 photographs in the lower Rio Grande Corridor from Brownsville to Eagle Pass, Texas. Included are images and drawings of several significant historic buildings and sites in danger of being lost or degraded.

 
 

About the Exhibit:

Walter Eugene George

February 1, 2014 - February 28, 2014

Walter Eugene George, Jr. had a passion for our built past. Teaching at UTSA’s College of Architecture, he became its first Endowed Professor in Historic Preservation. George collected more than 16,000 photographs and 500 drawings documenting historic architecture while directing numerous preservation and rehabilitation projects.

"Walter Eugene George and the Cultural Legacy of the Rio Grande," presented by the Institute of Texan Cultures and the College of Architecture at The University of Texas at San Antonio, showcases a sample of his work in the lower Rio Grande Corridor from Brownsville to Eagle Pass, Texas. Included are images and drawings of several significant historic buildings and sites in danger of being lost or degraded. A related free symposium highlighting Rio Grande communities will be held Feb. 6 at ITC.
 

 

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