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Sarah Reveley
Texas Photographs & Family Collection

Contemporary and Vintage Photos

If you have information or photos of Texas Centennial
projects, Please email: sarah_reveley@att.net
Sarah Reveley's website: http://www.picturetrail.com/neglected_tx_centennial
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  • Our Neglected 1936 Texas Centennial 1-28-11
  • Blanco State Park 7-1-17
  • Texas Centennial

  • Texas Centennial - Introduction 5-1-08
  • Casa Mañana - Ft Worth 7-21-08
  • Alamo Museum - San Antonio 7-3-08
  • Angel of Goliad 1-2-13
  • Big Bend Historical Museum - Alpine 8-8-08
  • Blanco State Park 7-1-17
  • Brownsville - Stillman House 3-12-09
  • Charles DeMorse Home - Clarksville 6-23-09
  • Corpus Christi Memorial Museum 8-12-08
  • David Crockett Memorial Building - Crockett 11-20-08
  • Dick Dowling Statue - Sabine Pass 9-26-09
  • El Paso - El Paso Memorial Museum 8-8-08
  • Fulton Mansion 3-10-09
  • Goliad - Memorial Auditorium & Stadium - Goliad State Park 4-21-11
  • McMahan's Chapel Centennial Highway Marker 7-28-08
  • Captain Richard Andrews - Siege of Bexar 1-21-12
  • Sam Houston Memorial Museum - Huntsville 9-2-08
  • Sam Houston Oak - Gonzales 4-12-09
  • State of Texas Bldg - Dallas 7-30-08
  • Sunken Garden Amphitheatre - San Antonio 11-2-08
  • Texas Memorial Museum - Austin 6-12-08
  • Texas Pioneers - Trail Drivers - Rangers Museum - San Antonio 10-21-08
  • Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum 6-3-08
  • West Texas Museum - Lubbock 9-9-08
  • Wild Rose Pass 5-1-08
  • Will Rogers Memorial Center - Fort Worth 7-30-08
  • William Goyens Grave Marker 8-1-08
  • Wills Point - Finis C. Wills Cabin 1-13-10

    Texas
  • Adina De Zavala 11-20-09
  • Alamo Defenders Mass Grave 2-11-08
  • Alamo Heights 3-10-08
  • Albuquerque 10-27-07
  • Battle Creek Memorial 5-12-08
  • Buda 3-25-09
  • Belmont 2-26-08
  • Ben Milam Statue & Grave 4-27-08
  • Berg's Mill 2-14-08
  • Blue 2-28-08
  • Boerne 9-2-08
  • Bulverde 2-18-08
  • Camp Clark 1-28-09
  • Camp Howze 11-10-07
  • Castolon 3-27-07
  • Cementville 3-10-08
  • Comfort 4-12-09
  • Dryden 2-5-08
  • Engle 11-8-10
  • Fairview 3-27-08
  • Falls City 5-12-08
  • Fort Lancaster 6-11-08
  • Fort Mason 2-7-08
  • Fredericksburg & Northern Railroad Tunnel 11-8-07
  • George Wilkins Kendall 12-23-09
  • Gonzales - "Come and Take It" Cannon 4-10-08
  • Gonzales County jail 4-24-09
  • Gonzales Museum 4-10-08
  • Hochheim 2-25-08
  • Homer 7-21-08
  • Hopkinsville 8-5-09
  • Indianola 2-15-13
  • Jeddo 7-2-09
  • Jonesville 7-21-08
  • Kingsbury 7-28-09
  • Kyle 6-25-09
  • LaCoste 11-8-07
  • Lampasas County Courthouse 2-6-07
  • Leon Springs 4-21-08
  • Liberty 2-26-08
  • Luling - Zedler's Mills 11-20-07
  • Luxello 3-15-08
  • Marion 10-31-07
  • Monument Hill 4-1-10
  • Natalia 1-12-10
  • Oak Forest 2-26-08
  • Oakville Jail 2-18-08
  • Orla 3-27-08
  • Pearsall 9-12-10
  • Port Aransas 3-21-11
  • Presidio 2-4-08
  • Riviera 11-20-07
  • Sierra Blanca 3-19-10
  • Texas State Cemetery 7-13-17
  • Three Rivers 1-12-10
  • Union Valley 10-27-07
  • Van Horn 2-5-08
  • Wright Patman Lake 12-7-07
  • Yoakum 4-24-08

    Special Features
  • Massacre at Goliad 3-1-12
  • Billy the Kid's Grave 1-21-12
  • Five Buildings of San Antonio 4-1-08
  • Rust in Pieces 12-19-07
  • Silly Signage 12-22-07
  • Sarah Reveley's Bio

    In her own words:
    "I am a Sixth Generation Texan who was born and raised in San Antonio. My mother’s family is among the first group of New Braunfels settlers (arriving in the second boat) in 1844. Louisa Heuser Wueste, Texas’ first woman portrait artist is a distant cousin. She lived next door to my great grandfather in Gummersbach, Germany."

    "I have two cats Adam & Eve, three ex-husbands, one adopted yellow lab named Beans, no kids, thus no grandkids, and finally no job so I can explore as much as I want. I graduated from the University of Texas back when there was only ONE University of Texas not all this AT stuff. I was raised on Sunday drives and family stories, so as I slide into my second childhood I am filling it with family stories and Sunday drives any day of the week."

    On Photography:
    I have the very cheapest digital and have no idea how to set it other than turn the flash on and off. Some days Mother Nature helps me. Some views are just good views. It isn't the camera, it's what's in front of you.

    I try to be careful with angles and composition and I crop out anything distracting. I take my time to find the best angle, and delete the bad ones. My degree is in commercial interior design, so I learned all about composition, balance, etc. Now that we have a big viewer on these little cameras it's easy.

    I take steering wheel pictures all the time, resting my little camera on its side on top of the steering wheel, that's why there are spots sometimes, from the bugs on the windshield. Verticals give me a good shot of the sky.


    October 2007
    Ken, with Beans Lovell
    Rest In Peace
    Beans Lovell
    1994 - 2011
    Sarah Reveley and Longhorns
    Sarah Reveley providing scale for Longhorn Sculpture
    Texas Escapes, in its purpose to preserve historic, endangered and vanishing Texas, asks that anyone wishing to share their local history or vintage/historic photos, please contact us.

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