Garza County, Texas

Post Dispatch newspaper covers local events of Garza County.
Wells Fargo Bank serves Garza County through its outlet in Post.

County located in the U.S. state of Texas.

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Post, Texas

City welcome sign
Downtown historic district
Hotel Garza Bed and Breakfast
Garza Theatre hosts community events
C.W. Post statue in front of the Garza County Courthouse
City Hall
Post Public Library
Tower Theater is adjacent to the library
Algerita Arts Center is housed in a former hotel in the Post Historic District.
J. Cruse Christmas Gallery downtown; behind the gallery is the OS Museum, developed by Giles McCrary.
Post Stampede Rodeo stadium
First United Methodist Church at 216 West Tenth Street
First Baptist Church at 402 West Main Street observed its centennial in 2008.
Holly's Drive-In on U.S. Highway 84 in south Post
Picker at Postex Cotton Mills, Post, Texas (postcard, {{circa}} 1913–1918)

Post is a city in and the county seat of Garza County, Texas, United States.

U.S. Route 380

East–west United States highway.

US 380 at the intersection of US 70 and US 285 in Roswell.
US 380 west of Tahoka, Texas
US 380 in Rule, Texas

The highway then meanders east through rural Garza and Kent Counties before reaching the ghost town of Clairemont.

Lubbock County, Texas

County located in the U.S. state of Texas.

The first Lubbock County Courthouse was used from 1891 to 1916.
The second Lubbock County Courthouse remained open until 1968, though a third courthouse had been built in 1950.

Garza County (southeast)

Drew Springer

American businessman and politician serving as a Republican member of the Texas Senate who represents District 30.

In addition to Cooke, Springer won in neighboring Montague as well as Garza and Floyd counties.

C. W. Post

American innovator, breakfast cereal and foods manufacturer and a pioneer in the prepared-food industry.

Ella Letitia Merriweather
C.W. Post holding his only child, daughter Marjorie Merriweather Post
A statue of C. W. Post in front of the Garza County Courthouse

In 1906, Post invested some of his substantial earnings from his food products manufacturing into Texas real estate, purchasing a massive 225,000 acre tract in Garza and Lynn Counties.

Caprock Escarpment

Term used in West Texas and Eastern New Mexico to describe the geographical transition point between the level High Plains of the Llano Estacado and the surrounding rolling terrain.

Northwest escarpment of the Llano Estacado overlooking Alamogordo Valley of Quay and Guadalupe Counties, New Mexico.

The escarpment is especially notable, from north to south, in Briscoe, Floyd, Motley, Crosby, Dickens, Garza, and Borden Counties.

Lynn County, Texas

County in the U.S. state of Texas.

Veterans Monument at Lynn County Courthouse

W C. Young of Fort Worth and Illinois Irishman Ben Galbraith established the beginnings of the Curry Comb Ranch in the northwest part of Garza County.

Scurry County, Texas

County located in the U.S. state of Texas.

Scurry County marker
Veterans Monument at the Scurry County Courthouse
Scurry County Museum is located on the campus of Western Texas College in Snyder.
Scurry County Library in Snyder
West Texas State Bank in Snyder serves Scurry County.
Abandoned buildings, such as this one located off US Route 84 in northern Scurry County, are seen throughout the South Plains. This building was the Dermott Post Office located in Dermott, Scurry County, TX. It had an attached home for the postmaster.
Water tank in Scurry County, Texas, near Snyder, on north side of Hwy 84

Garza County (northwest)

Dickens County, Texas

County located in the U.S. state of Texas.

A highway sign designating the border between Nicholas and Greenbrier counties in West Virginia along a secondary road

Garza County (southwest)

Crosby County, Texas

County located in the U.S. state of Texas.

Mount Blanco
Blanco Canyon
Caprock Escarpment south of Ralls

Garza County (south)