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Bidault House

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1416 Glade Road, Colleyville, TX, USA

Latitude & Longitude: 32° 52' 52.572936", -97° 8' 42.139932"
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     Constructed of molded concrete blocks, this house was designed and built by French native Anthlem Bidault (1862-1951), a farmer and wine maker. Started in 1905, the house was completed six years later. Bidault's farm became noted for its orchards, berry fields, and vineyard. During World War I French soldiers stationed at Camp Bowie near Fort Worth were entertained in the house. The Bidaults and their unmarried children returned to France in 1920. Recorded Texas Historic Landmark-1980

This page last updated: 7/15/2008

Bidault House Historical Marker Location Map, Colleyville, Texas