Saturday, August 14, 2010

Photos that convey "small town" Kerrville

There are several images in my collection of historic photographs that make me smile because they convey, at least to me, what it means to live in a small town.  Kerrville is special to me, of course.  But these photos show Kerrville in a simpler, more innocent time.  I hope you enjoy them.

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Hula-Hoop Competition, Earl Garrett Street, Kerrville, mid 1950s

The Cascade Pool, 700 Block of Water Street, downtown Kerrville

Cub Scouts, Earl Garrett Street, Kerrville, 1950s

Lehmann's Luncheonette, Kerrville, around 1960

Tivy Pep Rally, Downtown Kerrville, mid 1950s
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