1801 North Photographs
- 1801 North St. - front facade (faces east) Photo by Pamela Temple, 8-4-2011
- 1801 North St. - sign at southeast corner of lot Photo by Pamela Temple, 8-4-2011
- 1801 North St. - front entry detail Photo by Pamela Temple, 8-4-2011
As with many surviving structures on North Street that were originally dwellings, 1801 North Street has been repurposed for professional use. As of August, 2011, a law firm occupies the building. The building has also served as the headquarters for a local branch of the Lutheran Church and has provided office space for the Nacogdoches Chamber of Commerce.
- Address: 1801 North St.
- Name: Nacogdoches Chamber of Commerce
- Date: 1923
- Block: 50
- Lot: 22
- Condition: Excellent
- Description: 2-1/2 story; wood frame with tan brick veneer and vertical wood siding on the north and south porch wings; brick foundation; rectangular 5-bay plan with central hall, porte cochere at rear; low hipped roof with deep eaves, extended rafter ends, hipped dormers, composition shingles, interior brick chimney at north and south; raised platform porch across front with half brick piers and heavy wood spindle railing, inset entry bay with projecting balcony resting upon cylindrical Corinthian colonnade; central entry door wood with large rectangular beveled glass light, flanked by brick pilasters with lanterns; symmtrical facades in massing and placement of windows; windows are wood frame double-hung in 12/12, 6/6, 4/4 configuration, at the two middle bays there is an arched sunburst transom on the first floor over paired windows; sunporches on the north and south ends have windows grouped between Corinthian columns on the second floor and paired multipaned French doors and side lights on the first floor; the porte cochere at the center of the west side is supported by Corinthian columns on brick bases; large yard with many trees.
- Significance: Architectural; Historical- 1936 State of Texas marker, site of the home of Thomas J. Rusk.