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Mineral Wells drinking "Crazy Water" thought to be a cure all of the times. People came from all over the the healing power of the mineral water

Mineral Wells TX ~ drinking "Crazy Water" thought to be a cure all of the times. People came from all over the the healing power of the mineral water

Old Neon sign outside Mountaineer Bowling Lanes in Mineral Wells Texas

Old Neon sign outside Mountaineer Bowling Lanes in Mineral Wells Mineral Wells, TX

Stand-alone building in Fort Wolters area on the east side of Mineral Wells. Used to be a military chapel.

Stand-alone building in Fort Wolters area on the east side of Mineral Wells. Used to be a military chapel.

Claude Burns my grandfather a real cowboy.

Claude Burns my grandfather a real cowboy.

Birds-eye view at the top of the Baker Hotel, Mineral Wells - Wow, what a shot!

Birds-eye view at the top of the Baker Hotel, Mineral Wells - Wow, what a shot!

Founder of the McKinney-Warren Place in Mineral Wells, Texas, Letha Caroline Cary McKinney sits with her three oldest great grandchildren. McKinney came to Texas from Alabama in 1853 and acquired the property for the ranch in 1859. Lou Warren described the rare land-owning woman as "very stern" and someone who "didn't put up with nonsense on the frontier of Texas."

Founder of the McKinney-Warren Place, Letha Caroline Cary McKinney sits with her three oldest great grandchildren. McKinney came to Texas from Alabama in 1853 and acquired the property for the

An early scene of Mesquite Street (now [2008] NE 1st Avenue) looking North toward old U.S. Post Office from the corner of East Hubbard Stree...

An early scene of Mesquite Street (now NE Avenue) looking North toward old U. Post Office from the corner of East Hubbard Stree.

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