Architectural Detail Photograph of The Emily Morgan Hotel in San Antonio (A0017945)Keith Dotson Photography
Black and white architectural photograph of the ornate Gothic Revival details on the exterior of The Emily Morgan Hotel in San Antonio, Texas. Details include several human faces carved into the stone work.
Built in 1924 to serve as a medical arts building, the iconic downtown building is now a hotel named after a heroine of Texas history, Emily Morgan (also known as Emily D. West), who was also the inspiration for the song "The Yellow Rose of Texas."
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