Houston cotton exchange and board of trade brochure, 1924. by S. Deane Wasson Download PDF EPUB FB2
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HOUSTON COTTON EXCHANGE AND BOARD OF TRADE. For more than half a century the Houston Cotton Exchange and Board of Trade was a force in promoting the commercial welfare of Houston.
In addition, the organization bequeathed to the city and state an important legacy in the form of the exchange's first building, an architectural and historic treasure. Houston Cotton Exchange Collection. Houston Metropolitan Research Center, Houston Public Library.
Houston Cotton Exchange & Board of Trade: Board of Directors Meeting Minutes and Correspondence, April-June, Payroll Book, Volume: Janitors Weekly Payrolls, Volume: BOOK NO. I FEATURE ARTICLES IN HOUSTON PORT BOOK 19eSe6 Don’t Wait for Your Ship to Come In (Comparison) Looking Down Main Street (Houston in and ) Houston Cotton Exchange and Board of Trade (Members and Cotton Statement - J ) Packages in Houston cotton exchange and board of trade brochure Cotton is Usually Shipped (R.
Gillispie) A Brief Survey (E. Peden). Houston Cotton Exchange and Board of Trade By HARMON WHITTINGTON This is the 73rd annual meeting of the Houston Cotton Ex-change and Board of Trade. In two more years we can consider having one of those 75th anniversary parties like the New York and New Orleans Exchanges had a couple of years ago.
Receipts, exports and spot markets ledger, Galveston Cotton Exchange and Board of Trade Ship fees Ship fees Ship fees Port log undated.
Day book Day book Day book Cash book, Galveston Cotton Exchange and Board of Trade Ledger Minutes of the Maritime. Houston’s Board of Trade organized a Cotton Exchange insignifying cotton’s growing importance in Houston’s early economy.
The purpose of a Cotton Exchange was to govern the trading of cotton – to set standards (and prices) for the trading and classification of the commodity. Historic Cotton Exchange & Board of Trade Building () near erstwhile Houston Port on Buffalo Bayou Travis - Cotton Exchange & Board of Trade Building () Houston Cotton Exchange.
Official name: Houston Cotton Exchange and Board of Trade. Travis, Houston, Texas Posted by Unknown at AM. Email This BlogThis. Despite this improbable location, Houston has the world’s largest landlocked port. Measured by annual tonnage shipped, the Port of Houston is the second-largest port in the United States.
Its docks, wharves, and facilities cover more than 25 miles. The port starts its second century as a seaport in Houston Cotton Exchange Date: approximately Description: Architect Eugene Heiner designed The Houston Cotton Exchange, a four story building with a basement in the mid 's built of pressed red brick with white sandstone trim.
The building is located at. the McDuffie progress, Thomson, ga. FRIADY, AUGUST 8, COTTON COTTON CHAS. HOUSTON COTTON FACTOR AUGUSTA, GEORGIA Cotton Subject to Customers Inspection at All Times. Bonded Warehouuses Liberal Advances Small and Large. Made on Either Hold- Accounts Solicited, ing or Selling Cotton CAN SELL ALL GRADES OF COTTON ADVANTAGEOUSLY —SAW.
Today, downtown Houston is once again a fashionable address, and historic buildings like the Cotton Exchange are getting new lives. This time instead of the bustle of traders trying to wrangle the best deal on the day's merchandise, the building has become home to several offices, and a bar where patrons try to wrangle each other, at least for.
Houston County Buy, Sell, and Trade. members. Welcome to the Houston County Buy, Sell, and Trade group. Please be courteous to all members and. 7 April The Cotton Exchange Building (center), designed by Eugene Heiner in the Victorian Renaissance Revival style was finished in as Houston’s commercial center for cotton trading.
The basement housed a plush saloon, the first floor included the exclusive Houston Club, and the second and third floors housed the exchange rooms and galleries. Among the best examples of these is the Cotton Exchange in Houston (), designed by Eugene T.
Heiner, which, like other buildings, employed a variety of styles and mixture of details and materials to produce an individuality and opulence appealing to the public. Ordinarily standing at the corners of street intersections and reflecting.
May 6, On this day, the Houston Cotton Exchange building was added to the National Register of Historic Places. Construction of the Houston Cotton Exchange and Board of Trade Building at Cotton trade guide and student's manual; a text-book for the American trade and higher institutions of learning; showing operations of the cotton exchanges in connection with spots and futures historically treated, also a brief history of the industry and its development with numerous practical problems.
The Houston Cotton Exchange Building is located at Travis in downtown Houston, and is a landmark listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The Houston Cotton Exchange Board commissioned local architect Eugene Heiner to design a three-story building on Travis Street at the corner of Franklin in Houston.5/5.
2 of 7 The Houston Cotton Exchange and Board of Trade building, at Travis St., is seen Wednesday, Apin Houston. (Jon Shapley / Houston. The Houston Cotton Exchange Building is located at Travis in downtown Houston, and is a landmark listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
The Houston Cotton Exchange Board commissioned local architect Eugene Heiner to design a three-story building on Travis Street at the corner of Franklin in ect: Eugene Heiner. Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers, Technology and Science Music, Arts & Culture News & Public Affairs Non-English Audio Spirituality & Religion Librivox Free Audiobook Divine Complexion with your host Andrea Calle Definitely Sober City and County of Denver: Historic Denver Video Podcast Grandes Parcerias – Rádio Online PUC Minas.
Historic ranch lies in Houston's shadow years as president of the Houston Cotton Exchange and Board of Trade. When the Civil War erupted, E.R., the Author: Joe Holley. Fox was private banker whose ships ran the Union blockade in the cotton forwarding business during the Civil War.
34 He was on the first Board of Directors of Houston’s Cotton Exchange and Board of Trade inand in chaired the Committee of Banking and Insurance, along with A. Root of the First National and Captain B. Weems of. Houston Board of Trade and Cotton Exchange organized. First grain elevator built on Houston Ship Channel.
Houston's first free public schools established. First telephone exchange created. Houston gets its first arc light. Houston Electric Light Co. organized. Fox also served on the first board of directors of Houston Cotton Exchange and Board of Trade.
John Henry Freeman was a prominent lawyer, becoming a partner at Fulbright, Crooker and Freeman inthat developed into one of the largest law firms. Houston Public Library/Houston Metropolitan Research Center, Fox, Stephen. Houston Architectural Guide.
American Institute of Architects/Houston Chapter,“Handbook of Texas Online.” Texas State Historical Association, Austin. Houston Architectural Survey, Volumes City of Houston,Houston Gargoyle Magazine. Title Old Cotton Exchange Building, Houston, Texas Contributor Names Highsmith, Carol M.,photographer.
Long before oil dominated Houston's economy, cotton was king. Architect Eugene Heiner designed a building in that would serve as the home of the newly formed Houston Cotton Exchange. The classic revival design with Victorian masonry, ornamental stonework, arches and sandstone molding still stands today, though the exchange is long gone.
In the local cotton industry decided to organize the Houston Cotton Exchange and Board of Trade. It was so successful that nine years later officials began to plan a .Wind through the Bayou City's colorful past in Marks Hinton's revised and expanded Historic Streets Houston: The Stories Behind the Names.
The book tells tales of Houston politics and power, courage and sacrifice, heroes and scoundrels, humor and tragedy, myths and legends-all commemorated by the streets you drive on every day.Houston Cotton Exchange Building is a 4-story low-rise building in Houston, Texas, U.S.A. View a detailed profile of the structure including further data and descriptions in the Emporis database.