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2303 Rio Grande Street
The house that R.L. Moore lived in from 1920 to 1974 in the West Campus neighborhood of the University of Texas at Austin, is now a City of Austin Landmark with a Texas Historical Marker. The building was originally located a block away on West 23rd Street and moved in 2000 to its present site, pictured here, in order to rescue it from demolition.
It contains some home and office furnishings preserved from Dr. Moore's day. Visitors are welcome on prior arrangement with the foundation:
Educational Advancement Foundation
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