Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Kerrville City Hall

With the possible movement of the Kerrville City Hall from Junction Highway to the corner of Main and Sidney Baker, where the Sid Peterson Memorial Hospital recently stood, I realized I'd never published any of the photos of the old City Hall -- the one before the current one -- on this blog.  The old City Hall was renovated and became the Union State Bank, there in the 600 block of Main Street. My thanks to Lanza Teague for sharing these images with me.
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Kerrville City Hall, around 1937.  I think if you look at the far left of this photo,
you can see the Union Church, when it was on Clay Street.

Kerrville City Hall, around 1937.  Photo by Starr Bryden.

Kerrville City Hall, sometime in the 1940s, I guess.  Note the flag atop the building.,

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