The Dog Days of Summer

Join good friends from Swenson House Historical Society and Abilene Preservation League as we commemorate the long-awaited deed transfer.

Tuesday, August 20th, 7pm at the  Swenson House, 1726 Swenson Street.

RSVP t0 325-676-3775

J.D. Magee House

Renamed “The Resilient,” J.D. Magee House was recently recognized with a Preservation Texas Honor Award!

Read about this and more in Place Matters, our newsletter.

Make reservations for your next special event

Abilene T & P District Walking Tour

Follow in the footsteps of the frontier builders that made Abilene what it is today!

Educate.

Preserve.

Inspire.

Magee House

 

Renamed “The Resilient”

Built in 1903

Colonial Revival Style

Received a Preservation Texas Honor Award

 

Hotel Wooten

 

David Castle, Architect

Built in 1930 by H.O. Wooten

Neo-Gothic Style

Restored in 2005

 

With your support, the APL can continue to support, the Big Country’s rich architectural and cultural heritage.

Paramount Theater

 

David Castle, Architect

Built in 1930 by H.O. Wooten

Exotic Revival  Style

Restored in 1986

 

The Grace Hotel

 

Renamed “The Drake” in 1946

Built in 1909

Late Victorian  Style

Saved in 1987 by Abilene Preservation League

 

 

Experience Classic Beauty.

Become a part of the history.

 

The Elks Art Center is conveniently located in the T&P Historic District within Downtown Abilene, between The Grace Museum and across from the National Center for Children’s Illustrated Literature in the Rhodes Building.

The Grand ballroom and Basement is prepared and available for a host of events from weddings to conferences with the ballroom seating 170 comfortably for your occasion.

 

ELKS ARTS CENTER - 1174 NORTH 1ST STREET, ABILENE, TX, 79601  - 325-676-3775 - MORGAN@ABILENEPRESERVATION.ORG



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