Get a free copy of August 1933 Kerrville Times Pioneer History

Thanks to the presto-magical properties of the Internet, you can download a copy of this newspaper … [Read more...]

History Show up at Kerr Arts and Cultural Center

The following is my favorite Kerrville Historian (and printer) Joe Herring, Jr.'s latest post on his … [Read more...]

Postcards of Kerrville’s Downtown Mill

Kerrville once had a mill in the downtown area -- about where One Schreiner Center is today, in the … [Read more...]

Parsons Found Health Here

Joe Herring Jr. is a Kerrville native who is amazed at the historical materials readily available -- … [Read more...]

Kerrville Main Street Program Adds Public Art

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A Kerr County Settler’s Story

  Joe Herring Jr. is a Kerrville native who collects items of historic interest from Kerrville … [Read more...]

Kerr Pioneers Rest Between a Tire Store and Wal-mart

    History isn't hard to find in Kerrville and quite often it can be found in the oddest … [Read more...]

Hunt, Texas celebrates its centennial this year

Joe Herring Jr. is a Kerrville native who, long ago, attended summer camp near Hunt, Texas. This … [Read more...]

Grand Reopening Set for Saturday

 Over the past year the Butt-Holdsworth Memorial Library has been closed for  a $1.5 Million … [Read more...]

Second offices of Dr. P. J. Domingues, Kerrville, around 1917

Kerrville's  historian, Joe Herring Jr., adds a follow up to his Dr. Domingues story: R. G. "Toby" … [Read more...]

The medical office and pharmacy of Dr. P. J. Domingues

More from favorite Kerrville historian, Joe Herring, Jr.   R. J. "Toby" Jobes sent along these … [Read more...]

James Kerr comes to Kerrville

From my favorite Kerrville Historian, Joe Herring, Jr. As you know, I collect Kerrville items of … [Read more...]

Happy Texas Independence Day!

Happy Texas Independence Day! by Alexandra Scoptur | Mar 2 2012 Today, Texans all over the … [Read more...]

Sunrise, Kerrville, Valentine’s Day, 2012

Joe Herring, Jr., Kerrville's resident historian keeps track of the "present" as well.   Sometimes … [Read more...]

Local History: Mystery Solved?

Joe Herring, Jr. is my favorite source for history of the Kerrville area.  Enjoy the following post … [Read more...]

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