John Nance Garner House

John Nance Garner House

Infobox_nrhp | name = John Nance Garner House

caption = The John Nance Garner House
location = 333 N. Park St., Uvalde, Texas, USA
nearest_city =
lat_degrees = 29
lat_minutes = 12
lat_seconds = 46
lat_direction = N
long_degrees = 99
long_minutes = 47
long_seconds = 32
long_direction = W
locmapin = Texas
built = 1920
architect=Atlee Ayers
designated=December 8, 1976cite web|url= |title=John Nance Garner House|accessdate=2008-03-30|work=National Historic Landmark summary listing|publisher=National Park Service]
added = December 8, 1976cite web|url=|title=National Register Information System|date=2007-01-23|work=National Register of Historic Places|publisher=National Park Service]
governing_body = Local (The University of Texas at Austin)
The John Nance Garner House, also known as Ettie R. Garner Memorial Building, located in Uvalde, Texas, USA was the home of American Vice-President John Nance Garner and his wife Ettie from 1920 until Ettie's death in 1948. Garner lived there until 1952, when he moved to a small cottage on the property and donated the main house to the city of Uvalde as a memorial to Mrs. Garner. It housed the community library until about 1973, and now functions as a museum documenting Garner's life and career.

The structure is a two-story H-shaped tan brick home with dark wood shingles highlighted by a row of red clay tiles.

The main house and cottage were designated a National Historic Landmark and listed on the National Register of Historic Places on December 8, 1976. On November 20, 1999, the City of Uvalde transferred ownership of the Garner Home and Museum to the University of Texas at Austin, whereupon it became a division of the University’s Center for American History.

It was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1976.citation|title=PDFlink| [ National Register of Historic Places Inventory-Nomination: John Nance Garner House / Ettie R. Garner Memorial Building] |32 KB|date=April, 1976 |author= George R. Adams and Ralph Christian |publisher=National Park Service and PDFlink| [ "Accompanying three photos, exterior, from 1976"] |32 KB]


External links

* [ The University of Texas at Austin Center for American History]
* [,+John+Nance+House&class=2001 Texas Historic Sites Atlas]

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