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The Site of Henry High School and Marker image, Touch for more information
By James Hulse, September 26, 2022
The Site of Henry High School and Marker
1Texas, Anderson County, Elkhart — 13082 — Site of Henry High School
Despite adverse conditions, African Americans in Texas in the late 19th century worked hard to provide their children with an education. Students in this area attended Mt. Moriah, Boxes Creek, Beulah, Washington Chapel, Union Hope and New Mt. Zion . . . Map (db m212161) HM
2Texas, Anderson County, Frankston — 8783 — Mount Vernon United Methodist Church
Early denominational records indicate that this congregation was in existence as a mission church as early as 1880. In 1896, A.L. and Susanna Herrington donated one acre to the county to be used for a free school. A one-room school building was . . . Map (db m161100) HM
3Texas, Anderson County, Palestine — 16336 — Dr. Bonner Frizzell
Bonner Frizzell was born in the Pine Grove Community, near Athens, in 1882. He was the son of William Asachel and Frances Missouri (Knight) Frizzell. Bonner attended high school at Bruce Academy in Athens and then moved to Tyler to attend Tyler . . . Map (db m128978) HM
4Texas, Anderson County, Palestine — 8790 — Palestine High School
A public school system in Palestine was established in 1881 under control of the municipal government. The first classes were held at the old Palestine Female Institute (built in 1858), then a high school was built in 1888 at the Institute site on . . . Map (db m128980) HM
5Texas, Anderson County, Palestine — 17650 — Purvey Lee (P. L.) Chism
P.L. Chism’s devotion to education was unsurpassed. From the time of his youth, through his many years as a teacher, principal, superintendent and supervisor, he never stopped challenging himself and others for education. Purvey Lee Chism was born . . . Map (db m128938) HM
6Texas, Anderson County, Palestine — 17672 — Roy B. Wallace
Roy B. Wallace was born in Coolidge, Limestone County, on October 13, 1901, to Benjamin C. Wallace, Sr. And Mae McCoy Wallace. Roy attended school in rural Limestone County and attended Texas Christian University prior to earning his Bachelor’s . . . Map (db m128979) HM
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7Texas, Anderson County, Palestine — 12643 — Site of Woodhouse School
Woodhouse School began with the consolidation of the Long Lake, Tucker and Magnolia schools into Consolidated Common School District No. 7. These were all small schools, each with two teachers: one for grades one through four and another for grades . . . Map (db m136004) HM
8Texas, Anderson County, Palestine — 17554 — William Freeman
William Freeman was born a slave in Anderson County on August 1, 1863, to Charlotte Freeman. His mother was a slave and the maid at the Jacob Hunter Plantation near Mound Prairie. After the slaves were freed in 1865, they moved to Palestine. . . . Map (db m186069) HM
9Texas, Angelina County, Burke — 11655 — Burke School
The community of Burke was established along the Houston, East and West Texas Railroad in 1882. S.J. and Nancy Arrington conveyed one acre of land adjoining the town on which to establish a public school. The first building, a one-room structure, . . . Map (db m37848) HM
10Texas, Angelina County, Burke — 6995 — Fairview School
The Angelina County School Board created Fairview Common School District Number 69 in the late 1800s. A one-room schoolhouse was built that served students from a wide rural area. The first school term, in 1898, was five months long. Fairview . . . Map (db m79121) HM
11Texas, Angelina County, Central — 12780 — Central Consolidated School
This school traces its origin to five small schools in the Pollok-Central area; Union, Durant, Pollok, Clawson, and Allentown. An effort to solve the problem of inadequate funding for each of these rural schools led to their consolidation in 1929 as . . . Map (db m29237) HM
12Texas, Angelina County, Diboll — 8718 — Prairie Grove
The community of Prairie Grove began in 1845 and became a place for early settlers to gather. A cemetery began in 1849 when the young daughter of John M. and Caroline Stovall died. In the 1880s a school/church building was erected near the cemetery, . . . Map (db m79123) HM
13Texas, Aransas County, Rockport — 13653 — Rockport School
Rockport School has served the town of Rockport for many years as both an educational and community institution. It dates to 1935, during the era of the Great Depression. One of President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s New Deal programs to combat the . . . Map (db m53578) HM
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14Texas, Armstrong County, Claude — 5524 — Town of Claude
Founded when Fort Worth & Denver Railroad built into area (1887). Claude Ayers, engineer on first passenger train through here, suggested town be named for him — and citizens agreed. Jerry Cavanaugh, first resident, gave land for town. . . . Map (db m96836) HM
15Texas, Atascosa County, Jourdanton — 17017 — Jourdanton Independent School District
From a tiny school to an official, recognized single campus concept, the Jourdanton Independent School District has remained dedicated to education and community. In the early 20th century, county schools such as the Hilburn School northwest of . . . Map (db m180815) HM
16Texas, Atascosa County, Lytle — 61 — Atascosa Lodge No. 379, A.F. and A.M.
Organized by eleven Master Masons in Benton City in 1872 and chartered June 9, 1873, by Grand Lodge of Texas. First hall, erected of stone in 1876, provided space for public school. The lodge, which has furnished social and cultural leadership to . . . Map (db m56586) HM
17Texas, Atascosa County, Pleasanton — 3797 — Old Rock Schoolhouse
Constructed of locally quarried red sandstone, the Old Rock Schoolhouse was built in 1874 with funds pledged by citizens of Pleasanton. Once completed, the building was deeded to the county for free public school purposes. In addition to its . . . Map (db m56605) HM
18Texas, Atascosa County, Pleasanton — 16243 — Pleasanton School Integration
Pleasanton School District began educating African American children in 1913 with the creation of the Abraham Lincoln School. By 1955, students from the Lincoln School and white students were participating in football workouts together and . . . Map (db m56602) HM
19Texas, Austin County, Burleigh — Grant School
Austin County Historic School Site This was the location of: Grant School 1919 - 1965 An early Austin County School, this plaque commemorating this historic site was made possible by citizens of Austin County under . . . Map (db m202594) HM
20Texas, Austin County, Nelsonville — Nelsonville School
Austin County Historic School Site This was the location of: Nelsonville School 1880 - 1947 An early Austin County School, this plaque commemorating this historic site was made possible by citizens of Austin County under sponsorship of . . . Map (db m165433) HM
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21Texas, Austin County, Phillipsburg — 4477 — Saint Paul Lutheran Church
Lutheran clergy served people in this area as early as 1886, but this congregation did not officially begin until 1890. The first worship service was held in the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Stern, and Henry Stern deeded land for a church and cemetery. . . . Map (db m202574) HM
22Texas, Austin County, Phillipsburg — 16904 — St. Paul Lutheran Church Cemetery - Phillipsburg
In 1890, Phillipsburg residents formed the St. Paul Lutheran Church. Later that year, Henry Stern deeded eight acres of land for a church and school and one acre for a cemetery. The first burial is that of the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl . . . Map (db m202575) HM
23Texas, Austin County, San Felipe — San Felipe School
Austin County Historic School Site This was the location of: San Felipe School 1880 - 1952 An early Austin County School, this plaque commemorating this historic site was made possible by citizens of Austin County under sponsorship of . . . Map (db m165437) HM
24Texas, Austin County, Wallis — Hartsville Cemetery
This land was purchased for the purpose of establishing a school, church, and cemetery by P.L. Habermacher, Miles J. Allen, and J.S. Dabney in 1903. The Hartsville school was a 2 room building that was used until 1939 when students were . . . Map (db m168498) HM
25Texas, Austin County, Wallis — J.O. Williams School
Austin County Historic School Site This was the location of: J.O. Williams School 1929 - 1966 An early Austin County School, this plaque commemorating this historic site was made possible by citizens of Austin County under . . . Map (db m168458) HM
26Texas, Austin County, Wallis — Wallis High School
Austin County Historic School Site This was the location of: Wallis High School 1929 - 1974 An early Austin County School, this plaque commemorating this historic site was made possible by citizens of Austin County under . . . Map (db m168447) HM
27Texas, Austin County, Wallis — Wallis Independent
Austin County Historic School Site This was the location of: Wallis Independent 1904 - 1929 An early Austin County School, this plaque commemorating this historic site was made possible by citizens of Austin County under . . . Map (db m168453) HM
28Texas, Austin County, Wesley — Wesley School
Austin County Historic School Site This was the location of: Wesley School 1863 - 1900 An early Austin County School, this plaque commemorating this historic site was made possible by citizens of Austin County under sponsorship of Austin . . . Map (db m165434) HM
29Texas, Bandera County, Bandera — 2071 — Frontier Times Museum
​Built 1933 to house Western collection of J. Marvin Hunter, Sr. (1880-1957), noted historian, journalist, editor and author. Having lived throughout the west, he settled in Bandera as owner of "New Era", 1921-1934. In 1923 he founded . . . Map (db m162838) HM
30Texas, Bandera County, Bandera — 5082 — St. Stanislaus Convent and First Catholic School
Polish settlers, who came to Bandera in 1855, built this convent and Catholic school in 1874. All classes, except religion and music, were moved in 1882 to a nearby frame school building. In 1922 a second story was added to the native limestone . . . Map (db m130357) HM
31Texas, Bandera County, Pipe Creek — Polly's Schoolhouse, 1892,J.P. Rodriguez Settlement 1858-1935 — Help Us Save —
125 Years of Bandera history! Polly Texas Pioneer Association, a local 501.c.3 non-profit, is proud to announce its acquisition of Polly's Schoolhouse. The schoolhouse was built in 1892 by J.P. "Polly" Rodriguez. The schoolhouse served as . . . Map (db m189492) HM
32Texas, Bandera County, Vanderpool — 4862 — Site of Old Taylor School
Founded 1883, named for Henry Taylor. He, Gid Thompson and other early settlers gave land and founded school. First trustees were D. Harper, H. Kennedy, H. Taylor. First one-room frame building had homemade desks and recitation benches. . . . Map (db m111332) HM
33Texas, Bastrop County, Bastrop — Kerr
The Hon. Robert A. Kerr, political and civic leader, was born in Louisiana in 1833 and by 1855 had moved to Texas where he served as an election judge for San Patricio, Refugio, Calhoun and Victoria counties. After moving to Bastrop he became the . . . Map (db m195976) HM
34Texas, Bastrop County, Bastrop — 18314 — Mina Ward School
Bastrop was established as a Mexican municipality (later renamed Mina) in 1832. As in many Texas towns, early 20th century grade schools here were segregated into three campuses, with separate facilities for Mexican American, African American and . . . Map (db m130825) HM
35Texas, Bastrop County, Bastrop — 9149 — Old Bastrop Academy Bell
Cast 1850. Bastrop Ladies collected money, and bell was brought here in 1851 by steamer "Water Mockasin". In 1892, no longer used to summon school classes, it was placed in a cupola at the Methodist church; since 1928, in this campanile. . . . Map (db m196064) HM
36Texas, Bastrop County, Bastrop — 9156 — Site of Bastrop Military Institute
A Methodist Institution · Chartered January 24, 1852 as Bastrop Academy · · Rechartered under the Auspices of the Methodist Episcopal Church South in 1853 · In 1856 became the Bastrop Military InstituteMap (db m65159) HM
37Texas, Bastrop County, Elgin — 13463 — Pleasant Grove Cemetery
By 1860, a log structure near this site served as a school and church. In 1871, E.E. Smith sold land to trustees of the Pleasant Grove School. The farming and ranching settlement of Pleasant Grove grew, and by 1890, the school served 51 students; . . . Map (db m205316) HM
38Texas, Bastrop County, Smithville — 9242 — Young School House and Cemetery
In 1872, area pioneer John P. Young (1829-1906) donated two acres of his land for a community school and cemetery. The earliest marked grave, that of W. T. Sanders, is dated 1874. Since then, the cemetery has been used primarily by area settlers and . . . Map (db m160307) HM
39Texas, Baylor County, Seymour — 12746 — Westover School
One-half mile east of this site is the location of the former Westover School, which served students in this part of Baylor County from 1910 until 1950. School classes first met in the Church of Christ building in Westover until trustees constructed . . . Map (db m187152) HM
40Texas, Bee County, Beeville — 15488 — Lott Canada School
With few formal schools available, education for many African Americans in the 19th century came through church instruction. In 1876, the first African American school in Bee County began in Stephen Canada's store seven miles north of Beeville. The . . . Map (db m180882) HM
41Texas, Bee County, Beeville — Lott-Canada School
Constructed 1925 Named for Mose Lott and Allen Canada, the Two Men Responsible for Building the First School for Black Children in Beeville and Dedicated to the Education of All PeopleMap (db m180887) HM
42Texas, Bee County, Beeville — 3840 — McClanahan House
Oldest business structure in Beeville, erected about 1867 on east side of courthouse square, near Poesta Creek. General store, lodging house, post office. Pioneer western style, with southern porches. Built by G.W. McClanahan, Beeville's first . . . Map (db m202000) HM
43Texas, Bee County, Beeville — 13297 — West Side School for Mexican Americans
In the years before Texas became an independent Republic, Hispanic and Irish settlers established ranches and farms in this area. Their children received education at home or in community schools. Bee County organized in 1858, and in 1860 . . . Map (db m180909) HM
44Texas, Bee County, Beeville — 5824 — William E. Madderra Home
As superintendent of the Beeville school system for 34 years, William Eldridge Madderra (1870-1936) was responsible for much of the development of the town's early educational programs. Madderra, for whom a local school building is named, . . . Map (db m212002) HM
45Texas, Bell County, Bartlett — 314 — Bartlett Grammar School
By the early 1900s Bartlett had become the railroad center of a prosperous cotton growing region. In 1903 the Bartlett Independent School district was created. By 1906-07 the 5-room schoolhouse here proved inadequate to house the district's . . . Map (db m29035) HM
46Texas, Bell County, Bartlett — 12974 — Site of Booker T. Washington School
With overcrowded buildings at the African American school in southwestern Bartlett, the Bartlett trustees bought four buildings from Camp Swift in Bastrop to enlarge the facilities. A bond issue passed in 1948, and plans began for a U-shaped . . . Map (db m29037) HM
47Texas, Bell County, Bartlett — 2177 — Site of German-English School(50 Yards West)
Established by German immigrants in 1880, the German-English School was an early school in the Bartlett area. First called Indian Creek School, the name was changed due to popular usage and the nature of instruction, which was in English during the . . . Map (db m29039) HM
48Texas, Bell County, Belton — 45 — A Memorial to Civil War Education in Texas
Baylor University (including the "Female Department" later to become Mary Hardin-Baylor) had operated at Independence for 15 years before 1861. In the Civil War it suffered the setbacks of Texas education in general. This was despite leadership of . . . Map (db m152004) HM
49Texas, Bell County, Belton — 4296 — Distinguished Texan Robert Emmet Bledsoe Baylor(1793-1873)
Noted lawmaker, judge, lay preacher, served in the legislatures of his native Kentucky and of Alabama. Represented Alabama in U.S. Congress, 1829-1831. Came to Texas 1839. Was Associate Justice Supreme Court, Republic of Texas, 1840-1846. Judge . . . Map (db m152063) HM
50Texas, Bell County, Belton — 13713 — Luther Memorial
This memorial, an important symbol for the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor, has historic ties to the earliest days of the school in Belton. Founded in 1845 at Independence, Texas, as the female department of Baylor University, the school moved here . . . Map (db m151998) HM
51Texas, Bell County, Holland — 12512 — Post Oak Cemetery
The only physical remnant of the Post Oak community, this cemetery began as the burial ground for the family of Isham McMillin, who acquired land in this part of Bell County in 1855. The oldest marked grave, that of McMillin’s daughter Elizabeth, . . . Map (db m89692) HM
52Texas, Bell County, Killeen — 251 — Avenue D School
Constructed to replace an earlier brick schoolhouse destroyed by fire, the present Avenue D School was built in 1923. C.J. Leinbach of Dallas designed the three-story building, which features decorative stonework and separate entrances for girls and . . . Map (db m117551) HM
53Texas, Bell County, Salado — 18413 — Alice Gray Hamblen
Alice Gray Hamblen, born March 14, 1846, in Mississippi, and her husband, William Kroger Hamblen (1817-1902), moved to Salado in 1868 and quickly became involved with the local private school, Salado College. Alice was passionate about the . . . Map (db m203306) HM
54Texas, Bell County, Salado — 3237 — Birthplace of White House Aide Mary Elizabeth Carpenter
Great-granddaughter of builders. Daughter of Thomas S. and Mary Elizabeth (Robertson) Sutherland. First woman vice president of student body, University of Texas. Married Leslie Carpenter; has 2 children. In 1954 was president Women's National . . . Map (db m29311) HM
55Texas, Bell County, Salado — 12600 — Dr. Samuel J. and Charlotte H. Jones
Educators Samuel Jackson (1858-1918) and Charlotte Hallaran (d. 1904) Jones taught at Salado College in 1884-1885. In 1890, the Joneses opened Thomas Arnold High School in the former Salado College buildings. Charlotte died in 1904, leaving five . . . Map (db m29375) HM
56Texas, Bell County, Salado — 13331 — Dr. Welborn Barton and Louisa Adeline Barton
A graduate of the medical department of Kentucky's Transylvania University, South Carolina native Dr. Welborn Barton (1821-1883) came to Texas in the late 1840s. After two years of practicing medicine in Bastrop County, he returned to South . . . Map (db m29349) HM
57Texas, Bell County, Salado — From Salado College to Thomas Arnold High School (1890 to 1913)Historic Salado College Park
In 1890, the Salado College Board of Trustees leased its building to Dr. S.J. Jones who established a private high school. Dr. Jones named the school Thomas Arnold High School, after the well-known headmaster of a prestigious school in England. The . . . Map (db m212178) HM
58Texas, Bell County, Salado — George Washington BainesDec 29, 1809 - Dec 28, 1882
Reverend George Washington Baines is buried at this site with his second wife, Cynthia Williams, and one of his sons, Taliaferro. Reverend Baines was born in North Carolina Dec 29, 1809. Educated in Alabama and ordained a minister in 1836. A . . . Map (db m203271) HM
59Texas, Bell County, Salado — 279 — George Washington Baines House
Built in the 1860s, this house was the residence of the Rev. George Washington Baines (1809-83) from 1870 to 1883. A pioneer Baptist preacher, missionary, editor, and educator, the Rev. Baines was the great-grandfather of United States President . . . Map (db m29313) HM
60Texas, Bell County, Salado — Hamblen-Aiken Cemetery
This cemetery is the final resting place for members of the William K. and Alice Gray Hamblen family. On May 7, 1867, William K. Hamblen and his brother, John W. Hamblen purchased 5 acres of land adjacent to the town of Salado from E.S.C. . . . Map (db m203304) HM
61Texas, Bell County, Salado — 14567 — Hermon and Margaret L. Aiken
New Hampshire native Hermon (Herman) Aiken worked in Illinois and Tennessee before moving to New Orleans. There, he served as a ship’s captain taking supplies to Galveston in support of the Texas Revolution. He lived in Texas by 1840. In 1846, . . . Map (db m29351) HM
62Texas, Bell County, Salado — 2535 — Home of Elijah Sterling Clack Robertson
This house was built 1856-1860 by Elijah Sterling Clack Robertson 1820-1879 Texas pioneer, patriot, soldier and jurist, and one of the founders of Salado College.Map (db m29312) HM
63Texas, Bell County, Salado — 5586 — Home of Orville Thomas Tyler1810 - 1856
Pioneer Texan--County Judge Member of the legislature President of the board of trustees of Salado College Built in 1857Map (db m29250) HM
64Texas, Bell County, Salado — 16533 — James Lowry Smith(1827-1883)
Salado College professor and principal James Lowry Smith was a progressive leader in education. He received degrees at Baylor and served in the Civil War before beginning his tenure at Salado College in 1863. Despite challenges including low . . . Map (db m203270) HM
65Texas, Bell County, Salado — Judge Paine L. Bush - Salado SonMarch 3, 1890 - June 29, 1980
Paine Bush, son of Fanny White and Tandy Bush, was born in Salado and graduated from Thomas Arnold High School and the University of Texas Law School. He moved to Dallas in 1918, where he reared his family and enjoyed an outstanding legal career, . . . Map (db m212514) HM
66Texas, Bell County, Salado — 13500 — Louisa Adeline (Addie) Barton
When Addie Barton (1858-1921) was seven years old, her parents, Dr. Welborn and Louisa Barton, moved to Salado so their children could attend Salado College. Upon graduation, Addie became a teacher. She felt called to become a missionary in 1883 . . . Map (db m29249) HM
67Texas, Bell County, Salado — 4348 — Major Archibald Johnson Rose1830 - 1903
Before migrating to Texas, A. J. Rose made a fortune in the 1849 California Gold Rush. In 1857 he and his wife Sallie (Austin) brought their family from Missouri to Travis County, Texas. Later they settled in San Saba County, where Rose ran a mill . . . Map (db m29345) HM
68Texas, Bell County, Salado — Old Salado Church of Christ
When Salado College opened its doors in 1860, the Church of Christ began meeting in the chapel alternating Sundays with the Baptists, Methodists, and Presbyterians. The congregation cooperated with these groups in having a union, or . . . Map (db m212177) HM
69Texas, Bell County, Salado — Salado and College Established TogetherHistoric Salado College Park
Salado's founding and the establishment of Salado College occurred simultaneously. During the 1850s, only a few families lived at nearby Sulphur Springs. Because schools were few, some of these families began discussing the need for a school near . . . Map (db m212186) HM
70Texas, Bell County, Salado — 4491 — Salado Cemetery
Established 1856 on 2.5-acre site given by E.S.C. Robertson. Distinguished Texans interred here include the Rev. G.W. Baines, great-grandfather of President Lyndon B. Johnson; the Rev. and Mrs. J.E. Ferguson, parents of Governor James E. . . . Map (db m29376) HM
71Texas, Bell County, Salado — Salado College: The Early YearsHistoric Salado College Park
There were no public schools in Texas at the time Salado College opened. Some towns had local private schools, but colleges then in existence were as much cultural institutions as educational centers. Typical first courses of instruction and . . . Map (db m212183) HM
72Texas, Bell County, Salado — Site of Salado College
Founded 1856 With a Gift by Col. E.S.C. Robertson of 100 Acres of Land the "Athens of Texas" From 1858 to 1884. This Marker Rests on Ground Where the College Building Stood.Map (db m212512) HM
73Texas, Bell County, Salado — 5464 — Site of Thomas Arnold High School
Dr. Samuel J. Jones (1857-1918) and his wife, Charlotte Hallaran Jones (d. 1904), established Thomas Arnold High School on this site in 1890. The school, which was actually a private academy, occupied the stone buildings vacated by Salado College, . . . Map (db m35242) HM
74Texas, Bell County, Salado — The College Grows...Historic Salado College Park
Salado College grew from 74 students in 1860 to 307 in 1865, its peak enrollment. Undoubtedly, the talented professors the college employed spurred this growth. A.J. Harris, Otto Fuchs, L.H. Davis and wife Amanda, and James Lowery Smith, who also . . . Map (db m212181) HM
75Texas, Bell County, Salado — The Robertson and Sutherland Family
Under the sheltering trees on this hill, Mary E. Robertson and Thomas S. Sutherland met and studied at Thomas Arnold High School graduating in 1906 and 1910, married in the Robertson Homeplace uniting two families whose ancestors settled in Texas . . . Map (db m212453) HM
76Texas, Bell County, Temple — 1954 — Former Site of Scott & White School of Nursing
The School of Nursing was founded in 1904 by Dr. Arthur C. Scott and Dr. Raleigh White, Jr., as a part of their Temple Sanitarium to provide professional training for nurses. Initially a small local student body was instructed by the doctors and . . . Map (db m207337) HM
77Texas, Bell County, Temple — 17670 — Knob Creek Lodge No. 401
Since June 4, 1875, the Knob Creek Lodge No. 401 Ancient Free & Accepted Masons has met continuously in Bell County and remained true to its ideals of fraternity, charitable works and public service. Masonic District 11 Deputy Grand Master Archibald . . . Map (db m207221) HM
78Texas, Bell County, Temple — 16797 — Nora Lee Mayhew Wendland(September 10, 1896 - April 15, 1988)
Born in Levita (Coryell Co.), Nora Lee Mayhew attended Meridian College and the College of Industrial Arts in Denton (now Texas Woman's University). A classically trained violinist, she also studied as a postgraduate at Cornell University (New . . . Map (db m207128) HM
79Texas, Bell County, Temple — 4613 — Scott & White Hospital
The Gulf, Colorado, & Santa Fe Railway established the town of Temple in 1881 and located the Santa Fe Railway Hospital at Temple in 1891. Dr. Arthur Carroll Scott, Sr. (1865-1940) became chief surgeon of the railway in 1892. In 1895 he hired Dr. . . . Map (db m207339) HM
80Texas, Bell County, Temple — 5223 — Temple Public Library
On March 29, 1900, the Women’s Literary Club and the Self Culture Club formed a city federation for the purpose of organizing a public library. Soon the first library opened in a corner of the post office building and later moved to a book store. . . . Map (db m90017) HM
81Texas, Bexar County, Boldtville — 447 — Boldtville Schoolhouse
Land for this schoolhouse was given to Bexar County in 1919 by Albert F. Boldt. During that year this two-room building was constructed by local resident Fritz Gembler. From 1919 until 1960 it served as an educational facility for the children of . . . Map (db m205699) HM
82Texas, Bexar County, Lackland Air Force Base, Lackland AFB — Aviation Cadets
In Honour of the Aviation Cadets Who Worshipped in Chapel No. 1 Their Heroic Deeds and Noble Sacrifices in Defense of Our Country Serve to Inspire Future GenerationsMap (db m33893) WM
83Texas, Bexar County, Lackland Air Force Base, Lackland AFB — MTI Monument
Dedicated to the United States Air Force Enlisted Corps represented by the Military Training Instructors who mold the Air Force of today and tomorrow Presented to the Air Force Military Training Center Lackland AFB Texas 16 . . . Map (db m31606) WM
84Texas, Bexar County, Lackland Air Force Base, Lackland AFB — OCS Class 62-A
Dedicated to those young airmen who became known as Class 62-A U.S.A.F. Officer Candidate School Apr. 3 1961-Sept. 22, 1961 To Our Fallen Comrades Rest Easy, Sleep Well My Brother. Know The Line Was Held, Your . . . Map (db m33830) WM
85Texas, Bexar County, Lackland Air Force Base, Lackland AFB — USAF Officer Candidate SchoolLackland AFB 1947 to 1963 — Enlisted Stripes to Officer Bars —
In Memory of Our Departed ClassmatesMap (db m33889) WM
86Texas, Bexar County, Randolph Air Force Base, Northeast Side — 567 — Building 100"The Taj Mahal"
In 1928 the San Antonio Airport Company purchased 2300 acres of land near the city and donated it to the United States Army Air Corps for development of a consolidated flight training facility. Called “The West Point of the Air”, Randolph Field . . . Map (db m201912) HM
87Texas, Bexar County, Randolph Air Force Base, Northeast Side — Cessna T-37 Tweet
First jet aircraft of its type with side-by-side seating for instructor and student. Used in pilot instructor training at Randolph 1965- Speed: 380 mph Range: 663 miles Weight: 6,600 lb Service Ceiling: 35,100 ftMap (db m31482) HM
88Texas, Bexar County, Randolph Air Force Base, Northeast Side — Gas and Electric Sub Station
Site of US Army Air Corps Primary Flying School Gas and Electric Sub Station Construction completed 6 Jun 1931 Dedicated on 27 Dec 1996Map (db m31776) HM
89Texas, Bexar County, Randolph Air Force Base, Northeast Side — Post Chapel
Site of US Army Air Corps Primary Flying School Post Chapel Construction completed 19 Jul 1934 Dedicated on 30 Sep 1993 ——————— Chapel One 50 years dedicated service to the . . . Map (db m31786) HM
90Texas, Bexar County, Randolph Air Force Base, Northeast Side — PX Filling Station
Site of US Army Air Corps Primary Flying School PX Filling Station Construction completed 23 Feb 1935 Dedicated on 27 Dec 1996Map (db m31775) HM
91Texas, Bexar County, San Antonio, Alamo Plaza — 3925 — Founding of the Pan American Round Table
Mrs. Florence Terry Griswold (1875-1941), a native Texan reared along the Mexican border, provided aid to refugees of Mexico's 1910 revolution. On October 16, 1916, she and 21 friends met at the historic Menger Hotel to found the Pan American Round . . . Map (db m30596) HM
92Texas, Bexar County, San Antonio, Alamo Plaza — Menger HotelLiterary Landmarks Register — Friends of Libraries U.S.A. —
In recognition of its nurturing atmosphere for William Sidney Porter (O. Henry) Theodore Roosevelt Sidney Lanier Oscar Wilde January 14, 2000 ——————— [Marker in the 1859 hotel lobby] . . . Map (db m31844) HM
93Texas, Bexar County, San Antonio, Arsenal — 15407 — Elias and Lucy Edmonds House
Former Confederate officer and Virginia state legislator Elias Edmonds married Lucy Noyes Hall in 1871, and they moved to San Antonio that year. In 1877, they built one of the first houses in the King William neighborhood. Elias was a successful . . . Map (db m118798) HM
94Texas, Bexar County, San Antonio, Downtown — 788 — Central Catholic High School
This school originated at a time when San Antonio lacked a boys' school of any kind. Bishop Jean-Marie Odin obtained teachers in France from the Society of Mary: Nicholas Koenig, Jean-Baptiste Laignaux, and Xavier Mauclerc. Andrew Edel, another . . . Map (db m179618) HM
95Texas, Bexar County, San Antonio, Downtown — 3819 — Old St. Mary's College(1852 – 1966)
Established in 1852 in frontier San Antonio by 4 members of the Society of Mary: Brothers Andrew Edel, John Baptist Laignoux, Nicholas Koenig, and Xavier Mauclerc - all natives of France. Construction of this building began in fall, 1852, and . . . Map (db m132557) HM
96Texas, Bexar County, San Antonio, Downtown — 4520 — San Antonio High School
The first public secondary school in the city, San Antonio High School opened in September 1879 with one teacher, F.M. Halbedl. Classes were initially held in the Fireman's Hall on Broadway. Following several moves, a school building was . . . Map (db m179564) HM
97Texas, Bexar County, San Antonio, Downtown — 4269 — Site of Rincon/Douglass School
In the aftermath of the Civil War, the resolution of issues associated with education of newly freed slaves influenced the nature of Southern education well into the 20th century. The federal government established the Bureau of Refugees, . . . Map (db m118163) HM
98Texas, Bexar County, San Antonio, Downtown — 4269 — Site of Rincon/Douglass School Reported permanently removed
Following the Civil War and the Emancipation of American slaves, the Federal Government established the Freedman's Bureau to oversee programs aimed at educating and assisting blacks with their newly-granted citizenship. One of the most visible of . . . Map (db m118166) HM
99Texas, Bexar County, San Antonio, Downtown — St. Mary's Institute
Many immigrants from both the United States and Europe were attracted to the Republic of Texas after it became independent from Mexico in 1836. Among the new Texans were missionaries of various faiths, including the French Catholic priest Jean . . . Map (db m118178) HM
100Texas, Bexar County, San Antonio, Downtown — Ursuline Academy/Augusta Street Bridge
San Antonians had few places to educate their children before 1851 when Catholic Bishop Jean Marie Odin recruited members of the Order of St. Ursula to start a school for girls on the river at the northern edge of town. The school grew quickly, . . . Map (db m118168) HM

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