A view in March, with azaleas blooming (store2.jpg  43,572 bytes)

Schroeder's Book Haven occupies the c.1911 former residence of Judge J.S. Scott and his wife Pearl (nee Pearl Perkins) and proudly displays a League City Landmark medallion. Judge Scott was a farmer, rancher and later operated a mercantile store. Their son Leslie was killed in World War I.  The oak trees shown here and along Main Street were planted by George W. Butler around 1904.

The building was extensively restored in 1991-92, with modern mechanical systems and is ADA compliant.
Design services were provided by Kelli Schroeder, ASID, of Eye-Cue Designs in Dickinson, Texas.

More photos to come soon ... please check back

Contents 1999-2007   Schroeder's Book Haven  104 Michigan Avenue  League City, Texas  77573

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