Colleyville Historical Preservation Committee

Summary: The Colleyville  Historical Preservation Committee and the Colleyville Sesquicentennial Book Committee donated copies of a book they published in limited edition. The book draws attention to the few remaining historic structures in Colleyville. For example the Bidault House (image shown), a one-story home located at 1416 Glade Road, is the only residential structure in Colleyville with a Texas Historical Marker. In 1897, Anthelm Bidault (1862-1951) purchased his 58-acre plot in what is now Colleyville for $500. The family lived in a two-room log cabin on the property while building their concrete home.


  • Colleyville: 1855-1956 researched and written by members of the Colleyville Sesquicentennial Book Committee, with many contributions of information, articles, and photographs by Colleyville citizens, spiral-bound
  • Colleyville: 1855-1956 reprint originally published in 1986 by the Book Committee of the Colleyville Coordinating Committee of the Texas Centennial - reprinted by the Colleyville Historical Preservation Committee in 1999
Bidault House Colleyville Texas
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