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Ashton Villa

Ashton Villa
2328 Broadway

Built in 1859 by J.M. Brown, a Galveston hardware merchant, banker and railroad investor.

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Bishop's Palace

Bishop’s Palace
1402 Broadway

Built in 1892 by Walter Gresham, a lawyer, politician and Railroad Investor. The architect was N.J. Clayton and John O’Brien was the local sculptor responsible for the exquisite stone design using Texas limestone, gray & pink granite and red stone.

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Moody Mansion

Moody Mansion

2618 Broadway

This structure was built in 1895 by R.S. Willis and later purchased by William Moody. Colonel Moody was involved in cotton-related businesses and also founded the Moody Bank in 1866.

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Open Gates

Open Gates
2424 Broadway

Built in 1891 by George Sealy, a Galveston Businessman. The New York architectural firm of McKim, Mead & White was commissioned to design the home.

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