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Jim Hogg County Courthouse, Texas


County Seat – Hebbronville
Built – 1913
Architect – Henry T. Phelps
Style – Texas Renaissance
Photographed – 12/21/12

see Historic Jim Hogg County Jail
see Hotel Viggo
see Our Lady of Guadalupe & Scottus College


3 Responses to Jim Hogg County Courthouse, Texas

  1. Antonio Gonzalez

    In 1973 I taught American History courses at Hebbronville High School through Texas A & I University @ Kingsville. Are they still being taught? Beautiful city. I would love to retire there,

  2. Antonio Gonzalez

    In 1973 I taught American History courses at Hebbronville High School through Texas A & I University @ Kingsville. I would love to retire there some day
    Tony

    • Tom

      Hebbronville, besides having the courthouse, was an interesting stop – with old (and vacant) hotel – and the college I was not aware of.

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