The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 54, July 1950 - April, 1951 Page: 272
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A. Commanding Officer's Quarters-log building
-4 rooms, 15 x 17-portico in front.
B. Officers' Quarters-adobe--2 rooms, 14 x 16-
porticos front & rear.
C. Officers' Quarters--weatherboarding-2 rooms,
10 x 12-portico in front.
D. Officers' Quarters--log building-2 rooms, 12
x 14-porticos front & rear.
E. Officers' Quarters-adobe-2 rooms, 14 x 16-
porticos front & rear.
F. Officers' Quarters--weatherboarding-1 room,
16 x 17-portico in front.
G. Officers' Quarters-adobe-4 rooms, 14 x 16-
basement only finished.
H. & I. Sutler's Stores (private property) -built
by L. G. Capers.
K. Hospital-undressed logs-25 x 12-fast de-
L. Laundresses Quarters and a Storeroom-log,
20 x 14.
M. Bakehouse--logs-20 x 14.
N. Guardhouse-stone-1 Offrs. room, 14 x 16-
1 guard room, 14 x 16--1 light prison, 14 x 16--
4 cells for prisoners, each 3 x 9-officers room
now used as a magazine.
O. & P. Quarters for two Companies-each 3
rooms & a Sergeants' room-logs-48 x 16.
R. & S. Quarters for two Companies-one log &
one jacal-48 x 16-One used as hay house-
other, for lumber.
T. Stable--frame building--35 x 35-containing
forage house & 12 stalls.
U. Storehouses-log-3 rooms, 20 x 16, and an
office, 14 x 16.
V. Blacksmith Shop-adobe-14 x 16.
W. Magazine-stone-14 x 14-unfinished, requir-
ing roof & flooring.
Note: The grounds, about ten acres, are enclosed with a picket fence except the side bordering on
[See Southwestern Historical Quarterly, I,III, 2o2.]
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Texas State Historical Association. The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 54, July 1950 - April, 1951, periodical, 1951; Austin, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth101133/m1/272/?rotate=270: accessed June 22, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Texas State Historical Association.