Texas State Archives and Library Building lobby detail model
Three-dimensional model of the Texas State Archives and Library Building entryway and lobby. Model shows the three main doors at the front of the building through which can be seen the interior of the lobby and the state of Texas seal on the floor.
This model was constructed by the Texas State Building Commission at the request of mural artist Peter Hurd, who had been approached in 1961 by Texas Governor Price Daniel to paint a mural in the building's lobby. His son-in-law, artist Peter Rogers, completed the commission in 1964.
Related Collection: Texas State Library and Archives Commission Administrative Division records and Texas State Library and Archives Division Publications Office records at the Texas State Archives.
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Texas State Library and Archives Commission
Wood (plant material)
Plastic (organic material)
ATF0516, Artifacts collection. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
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