802 Milam St. – Houston TX (built ~1922)
One of Star Furniture company’s earliest stores, it occupied this building on the corner of Milam and Rusk streets in downtown Houston from the early 1920s until at least the mid 1960s. In the mid 1970s it was home to Houston Jewelry Company. From about 1917-1922 Star Furniture was located at 820 Travis St., about where the Esperson Buildings are located.
Image from Star Furniture, 1926:
5200 Montrose Blvd. – Houston TX (built 1972)
Image from the October 1975 issue of Houston Home & Garden magazine – the cross street shown is Berthea St., which is now closed on the east side of Montrose Blvd. (located in the lower left of this image) and occupied by the Museum of Fine Arts Houston’s Cullen Sculpture Garden:
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1115 Congress St. – Houston TX (built 1969; architects Wilson, Morris, Crain, & Anderson)
701 Main St. (historically 141 Main St.) – Houston TX
This building, that had “walls badly cracked” according to the 1896 Sanborn map, was demolished by 1907 and in 1913 the Kress Building was constructed on the site.
11 N. Jackson St. – Houston TX (built 1941; also Thermal Supply, Inc.)
Grocers Supply Co. inhabited this building from its construction until the late 1950s/early 1960s when Thermal Supply took over the property. Today, its condition has deteriorated from sitting vacant and is currently for sale.