This TIME CAPSULE was found during the renovation of the dowtown courthouse. Back in the 50's, someone had stuffed this jar with old postcards and some other gadgets. If you look closely at the postcard on your right, you can see the cowboy gutting a rabbit.
Over the years, the museum used to be a saloon, a barber shop, bank, and dentist office... During the renovations, they discovered under the wooden floors artifacts under the building. I have never been in a museum before that left a window on the floor showing what was underneath. You can see old time bottles and everything else poking from the dirt. How neat!
The kids enjoyed a hands-on opportunity to create native indian toys.
Pamela designed a native indian rattler.
For whom our county was named after --- Robert Williamson (Three-Legged Willie) A former Texas Statesman and judge. At the age of 15, due to an illness, he had lost one of his legs.