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Beer trucks belonging to the Lightsey Carroll Company Distribution stand at the ready to deliver beer to thirsty Austinites. The Capitol building is featured in the background.


Group portrait in front of the Capitol of Texas entrance


Black and white photograph postcard showing an unpaved Congress Avenue looking north to the Capitol.


Portrait of Henry Maerki taken between 1902-1906 from the balcony at 1006 Congress Ave, with the Capitol in the background.


Group portrait of the Kunz family taken from 1111 West 11th Street. The Texas State Capitol building is visible in the background while the family sits on a bench in the foreground.


View of a scene at the Inauguration of Beauford Jester in front of the Capitol building.


View of a house surrounded by floodwaters during a Colorado River flood. The capitol dome is visible in the distance.


Large group of people looking at flood damage. The dome of the Capitol building is visible in the distance.


View looking north up Congress Avenue toward the Capitol biulding from south of the river. The Colorado River has flooded and the streets are full of water. Poles for power lines are falling over.


View looking northwest from South Congress Avenue with the roads flooded. The capitol building is visible in the distance. Signs are visible for Butter Krust, Southwest Body Works, and Texaco.


Congress Avenue covered in snow with a veiw of the capitol building. The street is slushy with dirty snow that hasn't been plowed, and cars parked along the side of the streets are covered in snow.


View of the Capitol building with a tornado funnel passing over it.


A man walks in the snow and carries an umbrella to protect his uncovered head from snow flurries in front of the Texas Ranger equestrian statue near the Texas state capitol building in the 1980s. Light snow covers the sidewalk and ground.

circa 1980

Over twenty tires are vertically stacked on a pole. Wide, round base of the pole reads, "Donate Old Tires to." Further text, partially obstructed from view, includes the word "Drive." Texas Capitol Building is in the background.


View of a World War I era military parade on Congress Avenue. Men in uniform walk in rows of 4-5 across. The capitol is visible in the distance. Signs for the Queen Theater, Keystona Hotel, and C.A. Bradford Co. are visible.

circa 1910

Photograph of children and parents riding the Zilker Zephyr miniature train through Zilker Park with view of downtown in background.


Pedestrians walking down path towards front of Capitol in the winter, with front of Capital seen through trees.

circa 1926

View of the Capitol with snow on the ground


Exterior of the Texas Capitol building


View of the Capitol facade and driveway

circa 1888

Texas State Capitol building seen from Congress Avenue. A few buildings are seen off to each side and cars are parked along each side of the road.


Texas State Capitol building with view of cars lining the drive


Image of Capitol front exterior on front Austin Chamber of Commerce membership card. "Austin, 'The Friendly City'" is written above image.

circa 1920

Postcard depicting the "New Capitol of Texas." Front exterior drawing, with men and horses in front of building. Image is bordered by Texas heroes, the storming of the Alamo and the old capitol building in Houston.


View of the front of the Capitol building looking northwest


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