November 11, 2013
Houstoric Project, Volume 7: The East End
For our seventh installment of the HoustoricProject, we bring you the East End. The East End covers a vast area that starts at the eastern edge of downtown and runs to the Port of Houston and south to Hobby Airport.
See more at HoustonPress.com.

Houstoric Project, Volume 7: The East End

For our seventh installment of the HoustoricProject, we bring you the East End. The East End covers a vast area that starts at the eastern edge of downtown and runs to the Port of Houston and south to Hobby Airport.

See more at HoustonPress.com.

October 21, 2013

Leo Tanguma’s mural “The Rebirth of Our Nationality” on Canal Street.

October 18, 2013
"Houstoric Project: 100 Years of the East End by Abrahán Garza"
Check out some new work at 742 Telephone Road Houston, Texas 77023. 
October 19 & 20 from Noon until 5pm. 

"Houstoric Project: 100 Years of the East End by Abrahán Garza"

Check out some new work at 742 Telephone Road Houston, Texas 77023. 

October 19 & 20 from Noon until 5pm. 

June 18, 2013

JUNE 18th 2013 - KVIE Arts Showcase KVIE PBS

Discover how photographer Abrahán Garza revisits old postcard locations to create images with historic and modern elements. Enjoy a rare interview with Mel Brooks and tour Sacramento Airport’s Terminal B. Be inspired by both Jeff LaDow, a quadriplegic who continues to paint, and Michael Bise, whose drawings trace the narrative of his life.

KVIE.org - Where California’s Central Valley & Sierra gets its PBS

February 28, 2013

HoustoricProject featured on Arts InSight - HoustonPBS Channel 8

(Source: houstoricproject)

February 28, 2013
Allen Parkway Walkway Bridge, 1952.

Allen Parkway Walkway Bridge, 1952.

(Source: houstoricproject)

February 28, 2013
Main Street between Texas and Prairie, 1967. The Houston Press newsbox is for the defunct daily.

Main Street between Texas and Prairie, 1967. The Houston Press newsbox is for the defunct daily.

(Source: abrahan-photos, via houstoricproject)

February 28, 2013
First United Methodist Church, Main Street at Clay in 1946.

First United Methodist Church, Main Street at Clay in 1946.

(Source: houstoricproject)

February 28, 2013
COURTLANDT PLACE, Houston Texas in the 1950s. 
- Courtlandt Place is a gated subdivision between Westheimer and Hawthorne between Bagby and Taft Streets. 

COURTLANDT PLACE, Houston Texas in the 1950s. 

- Courtlandt Place is a gated subdivision between Westheimer and Hawthorne between Bagby and Taft Streets. 

(Source: houstoricproject)

February 28, 2013
Gillman Pontiac (now Gillman Honda) in 1965 - currently the Houston Press Building at 1621 Milam. Crazy to think that GTOs and Bonnevilles were sold in the lobby.

Gillman Pontiac (now Gillman Honda) in 1965 - currently the Houston Press Building at 1621 Milam. Crazy to think that GTOs and Bonnevilles were sold in the lobby.

(Source: houstoricproject)

February 28, 2013
Across the street from Union Station stands the Ben Milam Hotel, the first hotel with air conditioning - a big deal for Houston in 1932. 

Across the street from Union Station stands the Ben Milam Hotel, the first hotel with air conditioning - a big deal for Houston in 1932. 

(Source: houstoricproject)

February 28, 2013
I’d trade the light rail for the Slow and Fast lanes you see here in the late 1920s anyday. - 1100 Main Street at McKinney.

I’d trade the light rail for the Slow and Fast lanes you see here in the late 1920s anyday. - 1100 Main Street at McKinney.

(Source: houstoricproject)

February 28, 2013
Jones Hall, unchanged since the year it won the American Institute of Architects’ Honor Award, 1967.

Jones Hall, unchanged since the year it won the American Institute of Architects’ Honor Award, 1967.

(Source: houstoricproject)

February 28, 2013
United States Post Office, 701 San Jacinto at Rusk in 1939.

United States Post Office, 701 San Jacinto at Rusk in 1939.

(Source: houstoricproject)

February 21, 2013
Set your DVRs. The segment I filmed for Arts InSight earlier this month - featuring the HoustoricProject - will air next Thursday at 7pm on Houston PBS Channel 8!

Set your DVRs. The segment I filmed for Arts InSight earlier this month - featuring the HoustoricProject - will air next Thursday at 7pm on Houston PBS Channel 8!