The Ramay-Macatee Speaker Series November 7, 2024

“The Bridge Street History Center Is Proud To Present A Special Event Honoring the 10th Anniversary of The Ramay-Macatee Speaker Series”

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An Evening With Authors S.C. Gwynne and Stephen Harrigan Moderated By Popular Podcast Host Justice Ken Wise.

“Acclaimed authors S.C. “Sam” Gwynne, Stephen Harrigan and Judge Ken Wise will share fascinating stories in roundtable format Thursday, Nov. 7, 2024, 6:30 p.m., sponsored by the Bridge Street History Center in Granbury. Gwynne is author of three celebrated books on American history, including “Empire of the Summer Moon,” a Pulitzer Prize finalist about the rise and fall of the fierce Comanche Indians. Harrigan’s award-winning books include the epic “Big Wonderful Thing: A History of Texas” and “The Gates of the Alamo.” Texas Appellate Judge Ken Wise has published numerous historical articles and hosts the award-winning podcast Wise About Texas.

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In honor of tonight's "Midsummer Classic", we're stepping up to the plate with a rare vintage photo of the Granbury College baseball team from 1910.

Stay tuned for more info about Granbury College coming your way soon! Thank you Mark Dabney for the photo. ... See MoreSee Less

In honor of tonights Midsummer Classic, were stepping up to the plate with a rare vintage photo of the Granbury College baseball team from 1910. 
Stay tuned for more info about Granbury College coming your way soon! Thank you Mark Dabney for the photo.

The Round House of Granbury by Tom Hamilton a member of the Bridge Street History Center’s Board of Directors and written for Hood County News www.hcnews.com/stories/the-round-house-of-granbury,2404

"Granbury is famous for its fantastic record in preserving old homes and buildings in Hood County. Unfortunately, the ravages of time, weather, and funding issues have resulted in the loss of many notable and historic structures. A prime example is the fabled “Round House” of Granbury." ... See MoreSee Less

The Round House of Granbury by Tom Hamilton a member of the Bridge Street History Center’s Board of Directors and written for Hood County News www.hcnews.com/stories/the-round-house-of-granbury,2404
Granbury is famous for its fantastic record in preserving old homes and buildings in Hood County. Unfortunately, the ravages of time, weather, and funding issues have resulted in the loss of many notable and historic structures. A prime example is the fabled “Round House” of Granbury.

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Echoes of the past, foundations for the future. The Bush-Morgan-Cherry Building is located on the west side of the Granbury Square.

Constructed in 1891, this building has been associated throughout its history with prominent businesses. For 72 years, the building was associated with several drugstores, including that of the Cherry Drugstore with the 1st soda fountain. Today, you’ll discover a charming children's boutique where the spirit of the old days lingers, reminding us of when every soda fountain delight brought smiles and giggles. What would have been your favorite soda fountain treat? ... See MoreSee Less

Echoes of the past, foundations for the future. The Bush-Morgan-Cherry Building is located on the west side of the Granbury Square. 
Constructed in 1891, this building has been associated throughout its history with prominent businesses. For 72 years, the building was associated with several drugstores, including that of the Cherry Drugstore with the 1st soda fountain. Today, you’ll discover a charming childrens boutique where the spirit of the old days lingers, reminding us of when every soda fountain delight brought smiles and giggles. 
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Milkshake…

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Oh my word. Exciting

Interesting!

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