National Register Listings in
Travis County, Texas

1918 State Office Building and 1933 State Highway Building Administration Building All Saints' Chapel Arnold Bakery Austin Central Fire Station #1 Austin Daily Tribune Building Austin Fire Drill Tower Austin Public Library Austin US Courthouse Aynesworth-Wright House Bailetti House Barnes, Charles W., House Barr, William Braxton, House Battle Hall Batts, Judge Robert Lynn, House Bertram Building Bluebonnet Tourist Camp Boardman-Webb-Bugg House Bremond Block Historic District Briones, Genaro P. and Carolina, House Brizendine House Brown Building Cambridge Tower Camp Mabry Historic District Carrington-Covert House Caswell, Daniel H. and William T., Houses Central Christian Church Chapman House City Cemetery Clarksville Historic District Commercial Building at 4113 Guadalupe Street Community Center Congress Avenue Historic District Connelly-Yerwood House Covert Park at Mount Bonnell Covert, Frank M. and Annie G., House Cox-Craddock House Cranfill Apartments Cranfill, Thomas, House Deep Eddy Bathing Beach Delta Kappa Gamma Society International Headquarters Building Delwood Duplex Historic District Dobie, J. Frank, House Driskill Hotel East Main Street Historic District Evans Industrial Building Federal Office Building Fiesta Gardens Fischer House Fogel, Seymour and Barbara, House French Legation George Washington Carver Library German American Ladies College Gethsemane Lutheran Church Gethsemane Lutheran Church Gethsemane Lutheran Church and Luther Hall (Boundary Increase) Gilfillan House Goodman Building Governor's Mansion Granger House and the Perch Green Pastures Haehnel Building Hancock Golf Course Hancock, John, House Haynes-DeLashwah House Hildreth-Flanagan-Heierman House Hirshfeld, Henry, House and Cottage Hofheintz-Reissig Store Horton-Porter, Goldie, House House at 1170 San Bernard Street House at 1400 Canterbury Street Hyde Park Historic District Hyde Park Presbyterian Church Irvin, Robert, House Jernigan, A. J., House Jobe, Phillip W., House Johnson, C. E., House Kappa Kappa Gamma House Keith House Laguna Gloria Lamar Boulevard Bridge Ledbetter, Charles P., House Limerick-Frazier House Lions Municipal Golf Course Little Campus Littlefield House Lung House Maddox, John W., House Mansbendel, Peter and Clotilde Shipe, House Mather-Kirkland House Mayfield-Gutsch Estate McCallum, Arthur N. and Jane Y., House McCauley, Robert H. and Edith Ethel, House McFarland House McGown, Floyd, House McKinney Homestead Miller, Fannie Moss, House Millett Opera House Missouri, Kansas and Texas Land Co. House Montopolis Bridge Moonlight Towers Moore's Crossing Historic District Moore-Hancock Farmstead Moreland, Charles B., House Nagel, Chester and Lorine, House Neill-Cochran House Newton House Ney, Elisabet, Studio and Museum Norwood Building Oakwood Cemetery Annex Old Bakery Old Land Office Building Old West Austin Historic District Old West Austin Historic District (Boundary Increase) Oliphant-Walker House Onion Creek Crossing at McKinney Falls Page-Gilbert House Paggi, Michael, House Paramount Theatre Parker, James F. and Susie R., House Perry Estate-St. Mary's Academy Perry, Edgar H. Jr., House Peterson, George A., House Polhemus, Joseph O., House Porter, William Sidney, House Rainey Street Historic District Ramsey, F. T. and Belle, House Rather House Raymond-Morley House Reuter, Louis and Mathilde, House Robbins, Alice H., House Roberts Clinic Robinson-Macken House Rogers, Edward H., Homestead Rogers-Bell House Roy-Hardin House Royal Arch Masonic Lodge Sampson, George W., House Santa Rita Courts Schemedes, Kurt and Meta, House Schneider, J. P., Store Scholz Garten Schulze, Walter, House and Industrial Structure Scott, Zachary T. and Sallie Lee, Sr. House Scottish Rite Dormitory Seaholm Power Plant Sears, Rev. Henry M. and Jennie, House Shadow Lawn Historic District Sheeks-Robertson House Shipe, Col. Monroe M., House Shotgun at 1206 Canterbury Street Shotguns at 1203-1205 Bob Harrison Simms House Simpson Memorial Methodist Church Sixth Street Historic District Smith-Clark and Smith-Bickler Houses Smith-Marcuse-Lowry House Smoot, Richmond Kelley, House Southgate-Lewis House Southwestern Telegraph and Telephone Building St. David's Episcopal Church St. Edward's University Main Building and Holy Cross Dormitory St. Mary's Cathedral State Cemetery of Texas State Lunatic Asylum Stavely-Kunz-Johnson House Swedish Hill Historic District Teachers State Association of Texas Building Texas Federation of Women's Clubs Headquarters Texas State Capitol Town Lake Gazebo Tucker Apartment House U.S. Post Office and Federal Building University Baptist Church University Junior High School Victory Grill Wahrenberger House Walsh, James M. & Leana B., House Wells, Willie, House Wesley United Methodist Church West Fifth Street Bridge at Shoal Creek West Line Historic District West Sixth Street Bridge at Shoal Creek Westgate Tower Westhill Williams, W. T. and Clotilde V., House Willow-Spence Streets Historic District Wilshire Historic District Woodlawn Wooldridge Park Wooten, Goodall, House Worrell-Ettlinger House Wroe-Bustin House Zilker Park Historic District Ziller House
The discovery of oil in 1901 near Beaumont, Texas, sparked an oil boom that transformed the state's economy and led to the rise of the modern petroleum industry.
~ Texas random facts