"The Lone Sentinel on His Lookout Near Kerrville, Texas", card no. 10787. "The Angora goat is a symbol of the pre-eminent position Kerrville has as the largest primary mohar market on the North American continent."

Robbins Lewis Memorial Building, Westminister Encampment, Kerrville, Texas. "One finds all sorts of recreation in this Kerrville area; swimming, horseback riding, golfing, tennis, fishing and hunting, etc. One will also find dude ranches, with a glamour and romance to be found only in this setting." Card No. 4080.

Westminster Encampment, a conference facility owned by the Presbyterian Synod of Texas, operated from 1906 to 1950 on the southeastern edge of Kerrville in central Kerr County. Westminster Encampment was closed in October 1950, after the synod purchased the Mo Ranch near Hunt in order to expand its conference activities. The grounds, with improvements, were sold to the adjacent Schreiner Institute. [The Handbook of Texas Online]

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