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Coleman County Courthouse
Photograph of the Coleman County Courthouse. A sign reading "Welcome to Coleman" stands to the right of the sidewalk leading to the front entrance, and a car is parked to the left.
Coleman County Courthouse Bell Memorial
Photograph of the Coleman County Courthouse Bell Memorial. The bell hangs in an open brick structure. There is a plaque on the left brick column, and a place where a plaque was removed on the right side.
Henry McShane & Co. Bell, Baltimore, Md. 1884
Photograph of a bell located on the grounds of the Coleman County Courthouse. The words "Henry McShane & Co., Baltimore, Md. 1884" are embossed on the bell.
Historic Plaque, Robert M. Coleman
Photograph of a historic plaque in Coleman, Texas. It reads: "County Named in 1857 for Robert M. Coleman (1799-1837). Born in Kentucky. Came to Texas in 1832. Commanded Company of volunteers at siege of Bexar (San Antonio), Dec. 5-10, 1835. Delegate to Constitutional Convention where he signed Texas Declaration of Independence, 1836. Aide-de-Camp to Gen. Sam Houston at Battle of San Jacinto, 1836. Later fought Indians as a Texas Ranger. (1966)"
Plaque taken from the Old Stacy Bridge, Coleman & McCulloch County
Plaque taken from the Old Stacy Bridge, Coleman County. "Built by Missouri Valley Bridge & Iron Co. Hess and Skinner Agts. Leavenworth Kansas. McCulloch County Judge Harvey Walker, McCulloch County Commissioners Joe Williams, J. J. Armor, J.L. Smith, H. E. McBride, W. S. Dickenson, J. R. Gault, J. P. Sheridan. Coleman County Judge T. J. White, Coleman County Commissioners Jno. R. Havens, S.H. Brown, J. M. Parker, D. T. Chllis. Taken from Old Stacy Bridge 1962."
Western Cattle Trail Monument, Coleman County
Monument on Coleman County grounds. "This tablet commemorates The Western Cattle Trail that passed through Coleman in 1867 - 1895. "Up the Trail" Erected by The Capt. WM. Buckner Chapter D.A.R."
WWII Memorial, Coleman County
Memorial on the Coleman County grounds. "In Memoriam, World War II, Company B, 142nd Infantry, 36th Division."