Housed in an historic church building. Artifacts include a miniature reproduction of the town square as it existed in 1904, a desk used by Dr. Anson Jones in his medical practice and other local memorabilia. Open 2–4 p.m. Sun. Closed holidays. 1302 Avenue K. 325/823-3259. ansonchamber@suddenlinkm...
Built in 1907 by Albert W. Johnson, it has been called the "fanciest" showplace between Fort Worth and El Paso. It once hosted theatrical productions, silent and talking movies, and even fights. Today, it is used for musical productions, usually the third Saturday of the month. 1120 11th St. 325/...
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