On the Brazos River in Baylor County, this city was established in 1879 by Oregon settlers. Artist Tom Lea was contracted in April 1941 to paint a mural depicting early life in Seymour and Baylor County - when the Comanche tribes were an integral part of life. The mural can be seen in the post office building at 210 N. Washington.
Recreational activities include swimming, boating, tennis and RV hookups.
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