Front elevation

Front elevation

Neoclassical mantle detail in limestone attributed to PM

Neoclassical mantle detail in limestone attributed to PM

Neoclassical mantle detail in limestone attributed to PM

Neoclassical mantle detail in limestone attributed to PM

Neoclassical ceiling detail in plaster attributed to PM

Neoclassical ceiling detail in plaster attributed to PM

Neoclassical carved mirror frame attributed to PM

Neoclassical carved mirror frame attributed to PM

Neoclassical mantle detail in limestone attributed to PM

Neoclassical mantle detail in limestone attributed to PM

Neoclassical mantle detail in limestone attributed to PM

Neoclassical mantle detail in limestone attributed to PM

Example Frame

Thomas J. and Mary Donoghue

Architect/Builder: Whitney Warren (Warren and Whitmore)
Year: 1915
Style: Georgian Revival
Areas of Significance: Architecture, Art
City: Houston

Thomas J. and Mary Donoghue Home
Thomas J Donoghue, a Texas Company (Texaco) founder and his wife Mary built this home in 1915-16. Designed by noted architect Whitney Warren of the firm of Warren and Wetmore, it is an excellent example of georgian revival architecture with wood and stone carvings by master artisan Peter Mansbendel. A part of the exclusive early 20th century Courtlandt Place neighborhood. The house remained in the Donoghue family until 1966.
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