|Old Jail is start location. It is now a Museum. Built in 1887 it was in use until 1975. John Wesley Hardin was jailed here.|
|Wind vane on top of Fire House.|
|Gonzales County Courthouse - 1896.|
|First Baptist Church - 1903.|
|Carol and Ed.|
|Iris in bloom.|
|Home built of Florida Cyprus and Curly Pine - 1902|
|Original home built in 1840.
Moved and remodeled in 1885.
|Texas Hero Square.|
|Went back by the firehouse. Fountain out front.|
|Randal-Rather Building Built in 1896.|
Roman Revival Style made of Gonzales brick.
|First house in Gonzales to use natural gas.|
|Home is still owned by descendants of the original owners.|
|Another view of the same house.|
|New Orleans Style Cottage - 1907.|
|Queen Ann Style - 1895.|
|Memorial to the 32 men/boys who fought their way INTO the Alamo to answer Col Travis' call for re-inforcement. They all died there.|
|Home of Sarah Ponton Eggleston. Married at the age of 15, she gave birth to her 1st son across the river from San Jacinto battlefield. She lived in this two-room house with her husband, five children, and her mother!|