Donors who contribute $25 will also be able to access an exclusive tour of the Esperson buildings downtown. The tour includes a rare look at the temple-like structure atop the Niels Esperson Building.
Here is the lineup of virtual tours, which will be made available on Preservation Houston's YouTube channel.
Oct. 10: The Myer-Hall House in Courtlandt Place, a Tudor revival-style home that was recognized in 2010, a century after its original construction
Oct. 17: The W.L. Foley Building, the home of William L. Foley’s dry goods store, located near Market Square
Oct. 24: The Rosenbaum House, located in Meyerland, which received a 2015 Good Brick Award for a restoration of its midcentury architecture
Oct. 31: (with donation) The Niels Esperson Building, built in 1927, and the Mellie Esperson Building, built in 1941