“This is a photo of my grandpa fishing off the dock at our cabin on Flathead Lake. Though my parents purchased the cabin just a few years ago, I’ve been going to the lake every summer for many years. It’s the largest natural freshwater lake west of the Mississippi and the closest thing I ever had to an ocean. In the evening–just after sunset–the water and sky melt into every possible shade of pink, orange, and blue.” – Morgan McKay
Header image: map of Northeast Houston in 1922, courtesy of the University of Texas Libraries, The University of Texas at Austin.