Details for The W. A. "Bay" Evans Home

Historical Marker — Atlas Number 5339007876


Marker Number 7876
Atlas Number 5339007876
Marker Title The W. A. "Bay" Evans Home
Index Entry Evans, W. A. "Bay", Home, The
Address Pauline and Thompson streets
City Conroe
County Montgomery
UTM Zone 15
UTM Easting 263673
UTM Northing 3356723
Subject Codes houses, residential buildings; oil/petroleum topics
Marker Year 1984
Recorded Texas Historic Landmark Yes
Marker Location
Private Property No
Marker Condition In Situ
Marker Size Medallion & Plate
Marker Text Architect Blum E. Hester, who designed the Creighton Theatre, drew the plans for this house in 1933. Built for William Arthur "Bay" Evans (1900-1954) and his wife Garnet, the residence features elements of the Renaissance Revival style. A leader in Conroe during the city's oil boom period, Evans operated the Humble Oil Co. Bulk Station and was a director of the First National Bank. He also served as a city councilman and Chamber of Commerce president. Recorded Texas Historic Landmark - 1984

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