Limestone County Historical Museum
The Limestone County Historical Museum houses many interesting exhibits that document the history of Limestone County, Texas. On display are photographs and various other artifacts that provide information on Native Americans, early settlers, Fort Parker, communities and schools, the railroad, agriculture, military involvement, the Mexia Oil Boom, and notable personalities.
Admission is free, but donations are always appreciated.
Can you help identify the men in this photograph?
This photo of Groesbeck businessmen and leaders was taken next to the Cynthia Ann Hotel sometime during the 1930s. Some of the men have been identified, but the museum needs help with the others.
Front Row (l to r): 1) Jack Hawkins, 2) ?, 3) ?, 4) H. O. Whitehurst, 5) ?, 6) ?, 7) Carl Cannon, 8) C. D. Kelly, 9) ?, 10) ?, 11) J. J. Barfield, 12) Scott Reed, 13) ?, 14) Judge H. F. Kirby, 15) ?
Back Row (l to r): 1) ?, 2) ?, 3) ?, 4) ?, 5) Paul Humble, 6) ?, 7) ?, 8) ?, 9) ?, 10) Bunn Cayton, 11) ?, 12) ?, 13) ?, 14) Harry Humble