Details for Sam and Marjorie Miller House (Atlas Number 5215012950)

Historical Marker — Atlas Number 5215012950

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Marker Number 12950
Atlas Number 5215012950
Marker Title Sam and Marjorie Miller House
Index Entry Miller, Sam and Marjorie, House
Address 707 N 15th St
City McAllen
County Hidalgo
UTM Zone 14
UTM Easting 576460
UTM Northing 2899277
Subject Codes houses, residential buildings; Tudor Revival (Architectural style)
Marker Year 2002
Designations Recorded Texas Historic Landmark
Marker Location
Marker Size 16" x 12"
Marker Text Samuel Lynn and Marjorie Williams Miller were early McAllen leaders. Sam had interests in a nursery, banking and real estate, and was co-owner of the Hidalgo International Bridge. In 1930, he donated 109 acres of land to establish the municipal airport, which later became McAllen Miller International Airport. Marjorie was a civic leader active in the Order of the Eastern Star. The Miller home, inspired by a trip to England, was built in 1937. Robert Vogler designed the English Tudor Revival house based on Marjorie's plans. The work of local artisans is evident in the Austin Cordova stonework, half-timbered gables and gumwood detailing inside and out. Recorded Texas Historic Landmark - 2002