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The 33rd Annual Galveston Historic Homes Tour concluded this weekend.

GuidryNews.com documented the tour with photos and interviews.

In these photos are people and places featured during the past two weeks.


Please thank our sponsors for their support of the event and our coverage. For additional information on the Historic Homes Tour visit www.galvestonhistory.org

 


May 13, 2007 -- The 2007 Historic Homes Tour was a success, reported Galveston Historical Foundation Events Director Clay Wade in an interview with GuidryNews.com More
May 12, 2007 -- Saturday and Sunday mark the second and final weekend of the 2007 Galveston Historic Homes Tour. More
May 12, 2007 -- Popular Gulf Coast watercorist Pam Heidt, who has created the original art from which the Galveston Historic Homes Tour art posters have been made for the past two decades, hosted two farewell receptions during this year's homes tour. More
May 09, 2007 -- Tthe Historic Downtown Galveston Partnership will sponsor Galveston Uncorked!, the historic downtown's annual wine stroll, on Saturday, May 12, in conjunction with Galveston Historic Homes Tour. More
May 06, 2007 -- Long lines of guests stretched outside the properties of the Galveston Historic Home Tour tour on Saturday despite the closure of Highway 45 at NASA Road 1 for construction. More
May 04, 2007 -- The 33rd Annual Historic Homes Tour with First Impression: An Evening Preview, a sunset tour of some of Galveston Island's most unique landmarks. GuidryNews.com was among the guests at a wine and cheese reception at the 1929 Scottish Rite Cathedral at 2128 Church. Photos and More
May 02, 2007 -- The Scottish Rite Masonic Cathedral at 2128 Church in Galveston will headline the 2007 Galveston Historic Homes Tour. This is the first time the facility will be open to the general public. The cathedral has always been the secret enclave of its members, open to the public only for small, invitation-based events. More
April 30, 2007 -- The Galveston Historical Foundation's Galveston Historic Homes Tour, which begins this weekend, will feature eight new special events. More


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