Caldwell County RTHL Survey

Marker staff and our awesome marker interns surveyed 14 Recorded Texas Historic Landmark properties this past Thursday to complete our survey files in Caldwell County.  We had a great time and loved recording and photographing all the RTHLs in Maxwell, Luling, and Lockhart.  Below is a list of the RTHLs in Caldwell County and a few photos from our trip.  To learn more about these properties, visit our online Atlas at http://atlas.thc.state.tx.us/.  You can look up specific properties under “keyword.”

Caldwell County Recorded Texas Historic Landmarks

  1. Ebenezer Lutheran Church, Maxwell
  2. Francis-Ainsworth House, Luling
  3. William Johnson Cabin, Luling
  4. Fritz Zedler Home, Luling
  5. Caldwell County Courthouse, Lockhart
  6. Caldwell County Jail, Lockhart
  7. Cardwell House, Lockhart
  8. Dr. Eugene Clark Library, Lockhart
  9. First Christian Church, Lockhart
  10. Coopwood House, Lockhart
  11. Emmanuel Episcopal Church, Lockhart
  12. Karbach-Flowers Home, Lockhart
  13. Lockhart Vocational School, Lockhart
  14. Mebane House, Lockhart

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About THC Historical Markers

Probably the most visible program of the THC, historical markers commemorate diverse topics — from the history and architecture of houses, commercial and public buildings, religious congregations and events that changed the course of local and state history, to individuals who have made lasting contributions to our state, community organizations and businesses, military sites, and many more. Age, significance and architectural requirements govern the eligibility of topics and sites when applying for either a subject marker, Historic Texas Cemetery marker or a Recorded Texas Historic Landmark marker.
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