The association was founded in 1913 to guide auto traffic across several states. Concrete obelisks note the distance to other towns along the route. The marker in Tulia, in courthouse square, is one of two in Texas still in its original spot.
The collection includes ranch and farm artifacts, period rooms, a replica of the J.O. Bass Blacksmith Shop, Native American artifacts and exhibits featuring Quanah Parker and Col. Ranald MacKenzie. The 1917 Jowell House is outside. Open 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Tue.-Sat. 127 SW Second St.
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