National Register Listings in
Bexar County, Texas

Alamo Methodist Church Alamo National Bank Building Alamo National Bank Building Alamo Plaza Historic District Alamo Portland and Roman Cement Works Alamo Stadium and Gymnasium Alamo, The Aue Stagecoach Inn Aztec Theater Barnes-Laird House Barr Building Base Administration Building Bexar County Courthouse Blue Star Street Industrial Historic District Bonham, James Butler, Elementary School Brackenridge Park Brady Building-Empire Theater Brooke Army Medical Center Buckeye Park Gate Builders Exchange Building Bungalow Colony Historic District Burns Building Bushnell Calcasieu Building Carver, George Washington, Library and Auditorium Central Trust Company Building Chinese Sunken Garden Gate Church of Nuestra Senora de la Candelaria y Guadalupe City of San Antonio Municipal Auditorium City Public Service Company Building Clegg, L. B., House Dionicio Rodriguez Bridge in Brackenridge Park Elmendorf, Emil, House Espada Aqueduct Fairmount Hotel, The Fence at Alamo Cement Company First National Bank of San Antonio Floore Country Store Fort Sam Houston Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery Fountain at Alamo Cement Company Fourth Ward School Franklin, Thomas H., House Friedrich Complex Garcia-Garza House Goad Motor Company Building Green, Robert B., Memorial Hospital Guenther, Carl Hilmar, House Gunter Hotel Halff, A. H., House Hangar 9 Harris, Ethel Wilson, House Harrison, John S., House Havana, The Hays Street Bridge Heidemann Ranch Heidgen, Johann and Anna, House Heimann Building Herrera Ranch Huebner-Onion Homestead and Stagecoach Stop International & Great Northern Railroad Passenger Station Jacala Restaurant Kelly Field Historic District King William Historic District Krause House La Villita Historic District Lavaca Historic District Lee, Robert E., Hotel Lerma's Nite Club Light House Livingston-Hess House Main and Military Plazas Historic District Majestic Theatre Maverick Building Maverick-Carter House Meerscheidt, Otto, House Menger Soap Works Merchants Ice and Cold Storage Company Milam Building Milam, Ben, Statue Miraflores Park Mission Concepcion Mission Parkway Mission San Francisco de la Espada Mission San Francisco de la Espada (Boundary Increase) Mission San Juan Capistrano Monastery of Our Lady of Charity Monte Vista Residential Historic District Morrison, William J., Jr., House Navarro, Jose Antonio, Elementary School Navarro, Jose Antonio, House Complex Old Lone Star Brewery Old Lone Star Brewery (Boundary Increase) Our Lady of Mount Carmel and St. Therese Church Partee, Hiram, House Pershing House Plehwe Complex Poe Motor Company Post Chapel, Fort Sam Houston Prospect Hill Missionary Baptist Church Quadrangle, The Randolph Field Historic District Reinbolt Hall at St. Mary's University Saint Anthony Hotel San Antonio Casino Club Building San Antonio City Cemeteries Historic District, Old San Antonio Downtown and River Walk Historic District San Antonio Drug Company San Antonio Loan and Trust Building San Antonio Missions National Historical Park San Antonio National Cemetery San Antonio US Post Office and Courthouse San Antonio Water Works Pump Station No. 2 San Jose Mission National Historic Site San Pedro Springs Park Schroeder-Yturri House Scottish Rite Cathedral Selma Stagecoach Stop and Post Office Smith-Young Tower South Alamo Street-South Mary's Street Historic District Southern Pacific Depot Historic District Southern Pacific Railroad Passenger Station Spanish Governor's Palace Specht’s Store and Schmidt’s Gin St. John's Seminary St. Louis Hall at St. Mary's University St. Mark's Episcopal Church Staacke Brothers Building State Highway 3-A Bridge at Cibolo Creek Stations of the Cross and Grotto at the Shrine of St. Anthony de Padua Stevens Building Thiele House and Thiele Cottage Thomas Jefferson High School Toltec, The Travelers Hotel Trinity University Historic District Trolley Stop in Alamo Heights U.S. San Antonio Arsenal Uhl, Gustav, House and Store University of the Incarnate Word Administration Building Ursuline Academy Vogel Belt Complex Wedgwood, The White, R.L., Ranch Woodward, David J. and May Bock, House Wright, L. T., House Ximenes Chapel Yturri-Edmunds House
The first oil well in the United States was drilled in Texas in 1859. The discovery of oil transformed the economy of the state and helped to make Texas one of the wealthiest states in the nation.
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