Housed in the old First National Bank Building. Exhibits include photographs of early Memphis, a schoolroom, doctor's tools, vintage furniture and paintings. Open June-Aug. 1-3 p.m. Tue. and Thu. and other hours by appointment. Sixth and Main streets. On the square.
A former Presbyterian church, built in 1911, features a state historical marker. It was designed after St. Peter's Basilica in Rome, and all windows are European stained glass. Its organ is one of only two left in the world. The Chamber of Commerce can arrange a tour. On Boykin, just north of Noe...
Texas 256 west to Silverton traverses rolling country often cut by tributaries of the Prairie Dog Town Fork of Red River. It threads among the remnants of the High Plains, then ascends the Caprock amid colorful cliffs and canyons. Nearby is Caprock Canyon State Park.
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