Guadalupe Co. Courthouse - August 12th, 2017

The fourth County Courthouse for Guadalupe County, built in 1935 and located at the southeast corner of Austin St. & Court St. in downtown Seguin

The art deco entrance to the Guadalupe County Court House

Items of interest in the courtyard on the north side of the courthouse

Dedicated to those of Guadalupe Co. who gave their lives to preserve freedom

White Way Lighting installed & dedicated in 1923 to WWI service men

Monument to the Old Spanish Trail at the front of the courthouse

De Vaca, Coronado, De Leon and Ramon all passed by this spot

Texas Pecan Growers Association are proud of their local crop

Cabeza de Vaca called the Guadalupe the River of Nuts

Guadalupe County Veterans Memorial, forever grateful to them

Walk around for a view of the west side of the courthouse

Wisdom is displayed on both the west and east sides of the courthouse

Continue around to view the south side surrounded by trees

The south side has a fountain and Art Deco representation of Justice

Guadalupe County voted 314-22 for secession to the Confederacy

Those looking for Justice need only look at the County Courthouse

Eighty plus year old fountain still providing water for your horse

Finish the circle with east side, identical to the west side

The Central Park gazebo is directly south of the courthouse

A statue and fountain and several monuments lie behind the gazebo within Central Park

Mayor Koebig saved the 1935 central fountain from demolition

The fountain was refurished in the 1990s and in also in 2007

Walk around to the monument beside the fountain

Memorial to the 1866-1887 Cattle Trail to Kansas

Walk to the back of Central Park to rear monument

Commemorating Sequin's first centennial 1838-1938

And the grand equestrian statue to Juan Nepomuceno Sequin (1806-1889)

Seguin was the first to organize opposition to Santa Anna

Texas Army Captain who fought in several battles including San Jacinto

Elected Senator, San Antonio Mayor, JP & County Judge of Bexar County

Refurbished Hotel Park Plaza is now a hotel once again

Park Plaza served as Dad's dorm room for one year back in the 1950's

The fountain may be getting a refurbishment or just off in August

Found at the intersection of Austin & Court AKA Hwy 123 & Hwy 90 Alt