This 1834 home in the National Register of Historic Places was the residence of Col. Charles DeMorse, known as as the "Father of Texas Journalism." DeMorse founded The Northern Standard, participated in the Civil War and was the first president of the Texas Press and Editorial Association. While ...
The Red River County Historical Society owns two homes and the Red River County Jail Museum. Miss Belle's House is one of the oldest existing structures in the county. Built in 1874, the house is a combination of Greek Revival and Victorian architecture. The Lennox house, built in 1898, is a Vict...
This 1885 courthouse features massive walls and turrets of yellow sandstone, plus a remarkable clock tower. Affectionately called "Old Red," the clock ran smoothly until 1961, when it was converted to electricity. Soon after, Old Red began striking 120 gongs—a day now known in Clarksville as "the...
Features brief biographies of early pioneers and prominent citizens of the 1800s and 1900s. Open 9 a.m.–4 p.m. Mon.–Fri. Inside the Chamber of Commerce building. 101 N. Locust St. 903/427-2645. http://redrivercoc.com.
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