Island Gossip — Galveston

A rare look into a historic Galveston home on Ave T!

A rare look into a historic Galveston home on Ave T!

We spotted this beautiful 1937 John Staub house for sale on HAR a little while back. Everybody like to daydream about historic homes like this one! We just hope the buyer is a fan of the history and keeps the house as is. Here is a some info on the home per the seller.
Spectacular 1937 historical, John Staub designed home in midtown Galveston set amongst lushly landscaped 1.2967 acre (GCAD) property with majestic oaks. Custom built for W.L. (III) & Mary Moody. Current owners renovated home 2014-2015. Step inside to formal entry...


Ghosts of Galveston

Ghosts of Galveston

In the 19th Century, tragedies washed over Galveston as regularly as the tides: deadly fires, yellow-fever epidemics, and hurricanes. Anecdotally, this legacy of destruction left Galveston one of the nation’s most haunted cities. Even for travelers without a taste for the macabre, the wide range of said-to-be-haunted sites offers a fascinating glimpse into Galveston’s colorful past.

Juneteenth National Independence Day & Galveston!!!

Juneteenth National Independence Day & Galveston!!!

Just another historic day in Galveston, Texas! This island has many first! We are a very proud little island city at the very least! We can go back in Galveston's history and find our city ahead of the times again and again. On June 19th 1865 on The Strand at 22nd street