Alamo Images: From Then to Now

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Alamo Images: From Then to Now

  1. 1. Alamo Images From Then to Now
  2. 2. The Alamo Today
  3. 3. The Mission Period 1718 - 1793
  4. 4. Mission Work
  5. 5. ca 1730 Earliest Map of San Antonio Drawn by Marques de Aguayo
  6. 6. ca 1730 Earliest Image of Mission San Antonio de Valero Enlargement From de Aguayo Map
  7. 7. 1745 Artistic Conjecture
  8. 8. ca 1760 Artistic Conjecture of Second Church Under Construction and How it Would Have Appeared
  9. 9. 1886 Mission Concepcion
  10. 10. Conjectural View of Mission San Antonio de Valero
  11. 11. 1764 Map of San Antonio
  12. 12. 1764 Enlargement From San Antonio Map
  13. 13. 1785 Artistic Conjecture
  14. 14. Secularization The Spanish and Mexican Occupation Period 1793 - 1835
  15. 15. Artistic Rendition of a Lancer of the Second Flying Company of Alamo de Parras
  16. 16. 1805 Artistic Conjecture
  17. 17. The Texas Revolution 1836
  18. 18. 1836 Copy of a Plat Originally Drawn by Green Jemeson (Original Lost)
  19. 19. 1836 Green Jemeson Plat Enlargement
  20. 20. 1836 Artistic Conjecture of San Antonio de Bexar
  21. 21. 1836 Artistic Conjecture Showing Texian Fortification Work
  22. 22. 1836 Enlargement
  23. 23. 1836 Jose’ Juan Sanchez Navarro
  24. 24. 1836 Jose’ Juan Sanchez Navarro Enlargement
  25. 25. 1836 Map Used by Santa Anna Drawn by Ygnacio de Labastida
  26. 26. 1836 Santa Anna Map Enlargement
  27. 27. 1836 Map With Attack Plans Drawn by Col. Jose’ Juan Sanchez Navarro
  28. 28. 1836 Enlargement of Sanchez Navarro Map
  29. 29. The Republic of Texas Period 1836 – 1845
  30. 30. 1838 Mary Ann Adams Maverick Watercolor
  31. 31. ca 1839 Attributed to Col. Lysander Wells of the Texas Army
  32. 32. 1839 William Bisset
  33. 33. 1841 Thomas Falconer
  34. 34. 1842 Artistic Conjecture
  35. 35. 1844 William Bolleart
  36. 36. U.S. Army Occupation 1845 - 1861
  37. 37. 1845 Lt. Jacob Edmund Blake U.S. Army
  38. 38. 1847 Edward Everett, U.S. Army Volunteer
  39. 39. 1847 Edward Everett
  40. 40. 1848 Map by Edward Everett
  41. 41. 1848 Capt. Arthur T. Lee Watercolor
  42. 42. 1848 Seth Eastman
  43. 43. 1848 Seth Eastman North Side of Church
  44. 44. 1848 People Living in Remains of the Alamo
  45. 45. 1848 Repairs Made by U.S. Army
  46. 46. 1849 U.S. Army Map
  47. 47. 1849 Daguerreotype First Know Photograph of the Alamo
  48. 48. 1849 Daguerrotype Enhanced
  49. 49. 1850 Hermann Lungkwitz Lithograph
  50. 50. 1857 Hermann Lungkwitz Lithograph
  51. 51. 1857 Hermann Lungkwitz Lithograph Enlargement
  52. 52. 1861 Artistic Conjecture
  53. 53. The Civil War Period 1861 - 1865
  54. 54. ca 1861
  55. 55. Enlargement From a Civil War Era Map of San Antonio
  56. 56. Reconstruction Period U.S. Army 1865 - 1879
  57. 57. ca 1867
  58. 58. 1868 U.S. Army Depot
  59. 59. ca 1870 Proposed Development Around the Alamo Showing Streets and Blocks
  60. 60. Commercial Development 1879 - 1904
  61. 61. ca 1880
  62. 62. 1881 Grenet’s Alamo Store
  63. 63. ca 1888
  64. 64. ca 1890
  65. 65. 1890
  66. 66. 1892 Second Floor built by U.S. Army in 1850
  67. 67. 1900
  68. 68. Preservation 1904 - Present
  69. 69. 1907 Souvenir Postcard
  70. 70. ca 1908 Second Floor Removed
  71. 71. 1910 Alamo Plaza
  72. 72. 1910 Souvenir Postcard
  73. 73. 1911
  74. 74. 1911
  75. 75. 1912 Schmeltzer Demolition
  76. 76. 1912 Schmeltzer Demolition Continued
  77. 77. 1912
  78. 78. 1912
  79. 79. 1912 Souvenir Postcard
  80. 80. 1912 Inside of Convento Walls
  81. 81. 1912 Inside of Convento Walls
  82. 82. ca 1914 New Display Cases Added
  83. 83. 1919 Eugene O. Goldbeck
  84. 84. 1920 Construction for Vaulted Concrete Roof
  85. 85. ca 1930 New Cement Vaulted Roof
  86. 86. ca 1930
  87. 87. 1937 Demolition of Neighboring Buildings
  88. 88. 1980 West Wall Excavation Showing Two Room Residence of the Family of Alamo Defender Jose’ Toribio Losoya
  89. 89. 1997
  90. 90. The End Remember the Alamo!

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