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David Robinson Museum
San Antonio, Texas
Opening October 2017

Biloxi Visitors Center

Fullbright & Jaworski L.L.P.

Nolan Ryan Center

Dickinson Historic
Railroad Center

Dickinson, Texas

George W. Bush
Childhood Home

The Kinkaid School

The Kenedy Ranch
Museum of South Texas

Rice University
Fondren Library

Texas Capitol Visitors Center

Wortham World of Primates

Red River War
Exhibit Project

INNOVA
Houston Design Center

The Museum of the
Coastal Bend

Compaq Computer
Corporation

Singapore National Exhibition

Mississippi Pavilion
New Orleans

Euro DisneyLand
Hotel Cheyenne

Houston Zoological Gardens

Washington D.C.
Metro System Map

San Antonio Downtown
Improvements Project

Eage Pointe Recreation
Facility, Golf Course & Pool

Port of Victoria

Houston School for
Deaf Children

Westinghouse Nuclear
Energy Digest

Liquid Metal Fast
Breeder Reactor

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George W. Bush
Childhood Home

A Presidential Site

Growing Up in West Texas
in the Post WWII Years

From November 1951 through December 1955, this house at 1412 W. Ohio in Midland, Texas was the home of two future presidents, two governors and a future First Lady. The faithfully restored 1200 sf bungalow is the nations first 1950s Presidential Site. Graphics, artifacts, and video programs present the story of a young family in a small town with small town values at a time when you could ride your bike downtown and take in a movie.

 

   
   
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