Sunday, April 17, 2011

Another view of Kerrville's "Split Rock" landmark

This is typical of many of the photographs of Kerrville's "Split Rock" landmark.  These usually show a grinning young person atop the rock.  It was quite a popular place to pose for photographs at the turn of the last century.  Hard to believe this image is over 100 years old.
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Split Rock, near Kerrville, around 1907.  The young man is probably
Grady Grinstead, son of J. E. Grinstead, who I assume took the photo.

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1 comment:

  1. Utilizing Google Earth, I viewed Split Rock Road in Kerrville and saw a number of objects that might be the split rock.

    However, Google Earth did not display a photo that was clear enough to actually identify the rock?

    Joe, does the rock still exist?

    If so, can you take a photo of it and display it on your blog?



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