Two views of the Alamo. The first shows the front of the Alamo Chapel, with eight men and boys standing in its doorway, between twisted columns; on their right side is a line of barrels. Filling the top of the doorway is a glass paned window; a sign is partially visible along the roof line behind the bell-shaped facade. at the far left of the image is a glimpse of a two-story building, with a railed balcony or walkway at the upper level. The second view shows the courtyard in front of the Alamo chapel, with a building to the left that is partially two-storied. A U. S. flag flies above the facade of the chapel, a covered wagon is in the doorway to the chapel, and two covered wagons are in the open space before the building.
Place of Origin
San Antonio (Bexar County, Tex.)
San Antonio, Tex.: Doerr & Jacobson, [between 1876 and 1880]
Artisan or Artist
Doerr & Jacobson.
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