Perry Mansion (Terlingua, Tex.). Terlingua was the site of the Chisos Mining Company, a major producer of mercury in early twentieth century. The Perry Mansion is a part of Terlingua's historic district. | Photographed by Gerald Moorhead during research for the "Buildings of Texas: East, North Central, Panhandle and South Plains, and West" manuscript. The original 35mm slide was created in 2003 and digitized in 2017.
Moorhead, Gerald (photographer) and Perry, Howard E., 1858-1946 (owner)
Date Created/Date Issued:
Alexander Architectural Archives, University of Texas Libraries, The University of Texas at Austin
slides (photographs), Photographs, still image, and Architectural photographs
Rights - Use and Reproduction:
Adobe houses, Stone building, and Dwellings
Time Period Covered:
United States (country), Texas (state), Brewster (county), Terlingua (city), and Ivey St. (citySection)
103.629411657, 29.3327938889 and WGS 84
W FV16m Terlingua Perry Mansion img097.tif is a part of the born-digital and digitized assets in the Buildings of Texas collection. It is nested within the '../SAH BoT 2 Photos/Working/6 West/W FV Terlingua' subdirectory on a hard drive used by Gerald Moorhead during this project. Image files on this hard drive are sorted into 'Working' and 'Final' subdirectories, which are further subdivided into city wise subdirectories. Moorhead’s naming convention for files and subdirectories includes a geographic abbreviation to a region (W or West), a tour (FV or FA for Fort Stockton to Valentine or Alpine), and a city (Terlingua). W FV16m Terlingua Perry Mansion img097.tif is only present in the 'Working' subdirectory.
Buildings of Texas collection, Alexander Architectural Archives, University of Texas Libraries, The University of Texas at Austin
UTL DAMS PID:
W FV16m Terlingua Perry Mansion img097.tif and WFVTerlingua