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Terence Russell

Hillsboro, United States

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Part of excellent collection housed in Palo Pinto’s Old County Jail

Texas Historical Marker Info
Marker Title: Old County Jail
City: Palo Pinto
Year Marker Erected: 1976
Marker Location: 1 block south of Courthouse Square, Palo Pinto.
Marker Text: Built to replace a log jail, this native sandstone structure was erected by contractors Martin, Byrne and Johnston of Comanche. J.C. McQuerry was sheriff when it was finished (1880). The first floor was used for county offices until a new courthouse was finished. It then housed the jailer’s family, while the top floor held killers, cattle rustlers, rowdy cowboys, and other prisoners. A steel trap door was installed for hangings in 1907 but never used. Vacated in 1941, the building was acquired by the Palo Pinto County Historical Association in 1968 and restored as its headquarters and museum. (1976)

Camera info
Canon EOS Rebel T1i
Tamron 18-275mm lens
F-stop f/3.5
Exposure 1/4
ISO 100
Focus 27mm

HDR data
tripod, 3 RAW images +2 to -2, Photomatrix Pro 3.2

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