• Taylor Conservation and Heritage Society, Taylor, TX

TCHS - Jacobson Blg. 1911

Eanes - Jacobson Building at 113 East 3rd Street built in 1911.

Two story structure with rectangular plan and truncated corner entry. An example of vernacular Victorian commercial architecture with elements of the Queen Ann style in the pediment with knob and carved stone panel and in the rusticated stone of the architraves. Simple cornice is executed in terra cotta. Different brick color is used to emphasize corner detailing.

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Dickey Museum &
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2019 Haunted Taylor Tours Are Coming! Saturday, October 19th and 26th.

40th Anniversary Party! Wednesday, October 30th - Roaring 20s Theme.

 

2019 Meeting Schedule

Regular meetings are held on the 2nd Wednesday of each month at
Plowman's, 305 W. 9th St.


 

2019 News

2018 Was a Busy Year
Outreach:
      Blackland Prairie Festival
      Business Expo
      Assisted the Moody Museum with city tours
Fundraisers:
      Haunted Taylor Tours
      Holiday Homes Tours
Community Support:
      Scholarship to Tim Tebeau
      American Legion’s Independence Day Fireworks
      Historical Marker for the Dr. Dickey Bridge
Preservation:
      Draft Historical Preservation Ordinance

 

TCHS would like to thank Maureen Gray and her Taylor High School students for the opportunity to discuss early Taylor history on both May 2121 and May 22.

 

The Meadows Foundation has awarded TCHS $70,000 to be applied to the new Dickey-Givens Community Center which will be built in Fannie Robinson Park.   We thank the Meadows Foundation for the grant, and David Legere for writing it.

 

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