Named after Bernardo de Galvez, Galveston, Texas has grown over the past 198 years!
Mitchell Historic Properties is dedicated to preserving this rich legacy.
The Strand, in the late 1880’s was dubbed “The Wall Street of the Southwest.” It was a street of opulent Victorian buildings, with five banks, wholesale houses, grocers, liquor and cigar dealers, cotton factors, commission merchants, insurance companies, printers and eight newspapers, dry goods companies, steam and sail ship agencies, auction houses, saloons, and sailor boarding houses.Learn More
In the 1970’s Pier 19 was listed in the National Register of Historic Places and protected by the Galveston City Charter. In later years, Pier 19/20 continued to be a waterfront attraction drawing consumers, commercial fisherman, charter fishing boats, fish houses, a restaurant and the Ocean Star Offshore Drilling Rig & Museum.Learn More