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JIM HOGG COUNTY COURTHOUSE
County Seat - Hebbronville, Texas

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1913 Jim Hogg County Courthouse, Hebbronville, Texas
Jim Hogg County courthouse
Photo courtesy Terry Jeanson, July 2010

Jim Hogg County Courthouse
- Hebbronville, Texas

Date - 1913
Architect - Henry T. Phelps
Style - Texas Renaissance
On Texas Hwy 16 and Tilley St.

Photographer's Note:
"The 1913 Jim Hogg County courthouse is the only courthouse the county has ever had.

Designed by San Antonio architect Henry T. Phelps, it was later remodeled in the Classical Revival style, and covered with stucco." Terry Jeanson
Jim Hogg County courthouse, Hebbronville, Texas old photo
Jim Hogg County courthouse as it appeared in 1939
Photo courtesy TXDoT
1913 Jim Hogg County Courthouse, Hebbronville, Texas
Photo courtesy Terry Jeanson, July 2010
1913 Jim Hogg County Courthouse, Hebbronville, Texas
Courthouse south entrance
Photo courtesy Terry Jeanson, July 2010
1913 Jim Hogg County Courthouse cornerstone, Hebbronville, Texas
The courthouse cornerstone
Photo courtesy Terry Jeanson, July 2010
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Jim Hogg County Courthouse district courtroom, Hebbronville, Texas
District courtroom with its decorative metal pressed ceiling.
Photo courtesy Terry Jeanson, July 2010
James R Hebbron portrait, Hebbronville, Texas
"This photo of county seat founder James R. Hebbron, donated by his granddaughters, hangs in the downstairs hallway."
- Terry Jeanson, July 2010
"James R Hebbron... was born in London, England in 1828 and spent much of his time in the US in what became Salinas in California. However, he did much to develop cattle ranching around Hebbronville for a time. He finally died, aged 98, in 1926! He was my half great-uncle." - Chris Hebbron, June 20, 2006


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