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Crockett County Courthouse, Ozona, historic plaque

Description: Photograph of a historic marker on the Crockett County Courthouse building. It reads: "Crockett County Courthouse, built 1902. Second courthouse for county. American Gothic architecture, planned by Oscar Ruffini, San Angelo. Material is fine stone quarried nearby on Meyer and Couch Properties. Cost $30,000. Early day community social center. Used for cowboy dances, box suppers, Christmas trees, roundup celebrations. In 1909 Arc light was added to steeple to signal sheriff and guide travelers to town. Recorded Texas Historic Landmark - 1966."
Date: August 3, 2005
Creator: Belden, Dreanna L.
Location Info:
Partner: UNT Libraries

[Fort Lancaster Ruins]

Description: Photograph of the Fort Lancaster Ruins (located at 1/4 mile North of U.S. 290 - 1/2 mile East of bridge across (Live Oak Creek)) in Crockett County, Texas.
Date: unknown
Creator: Texas Historical Commission
Partner: Texas Historical Commission

[Fort Lancaster Ruins]

Description: Photograph of the Fort Lancaster Ruins (located at 1/4 mile North of U.S. 290 - 1/2 mile East of bridge across (Live Oak Creek)) in Crockett County, Texas.
Date: unknown
Creator: Texas Historical Commission
Partner: Texas Historical Commission

[Fort Lancaster Ruins]

Description: Photograph of the Fort Lancaster Ruins (located at 1/4 mile North of U.S. 290 - 1/2 mile East of bridge across (Live Oak Creek)) in Crockett County, Texas.
Date: unknown
Creator: Texas Historical Commission
Partner: Texas Historical Commission

[Fort Lancaster Ruins]

Description: Photograph of the Fort Lancaster Ruins (located at 1/4 mile North of U.S. 290 - 1/2 mile East of bridge across (Live Oak Creek)) in Crockett County, Texas.
Date: unknown
Creator: Texas Historical Commission
Partner: Texas Historical Commission

[Fort Lancaster Ruins]

Description: Photograph of the Fort Lancaster Ruins (located at 1/4 mile North of U.S. 290 - 1/2 mile East of bridge across (Live Oak Creek)) in Crockett County, Texas.
Date: April 21, 1960
Creator: Texas Historical Commission
Partner: Texas Historical Commission