Nesbitt Memorial Library Journal, Volume 3, Number 2, May, 1993 Page: 95
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Historical Atlas of Columbus
west from the end of Crockett Street was divided into 12 lots of slightly varying sizes.
The largest lot, Lot 11, was roughly 40 by 90 feet; the smallest, Lot 1, was roughly 40
by 70 feet. Sunset Drive was 40 feet wide. The council accepted the subdivision plan
on June 25, 1962.37
COLUMBUS 8 COURSE
HIGH Nc 16
1 965 1 14
SAINT PAUL 2 11
St. Paul Addition
On December 13, 1965, the Commissioners Court of Colorado County
recognized as valid the plat of the St. Paul Addition filed by the trustees of St. Paul's
American Lutheran Church of Columbus, Texas. The addition occupied 28 acres
adjacent to and east of the Gegenworth and Gregory Heights Addition, and included the
site for the church building, 18 lots of various sizes, and one new street, St. Paul Drive.
The addition was bounded to the south and the east by the golf course and to the west
by Milentz Street. It was annexed by the City of Columbus on June 8, 1970.38
On June 28, 1965, the City Council of the City of Columbus approved the
plat of the 12.75 acre McCormick Addition Number 3, which was developed by
Alexander Lookup McCormick, on the city's southeast side. The addition contained five
37 See Deed Book 228, pp. 44-47, Office of the County Clerk, Colorado County, Texas.
38 See Slide 34 of Plat Records and Deed Book 251, pp. 411-419, Office of the County Clerk,
Colorado County, Texas, Minutes of the City Council of the City of Columbus Book 10, pp. 2445-2446 and
Book 11, pp. 2666-2668, Archives of the Nesbitt Memorial Library, Columbus, Texas, and The Colorado
County Citizen, May 28, 1970 and June 11, 1970.
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