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ON EXHIBIT—Rockdale’s Lucy Hill Patterson Memorial Library is a photographic gallery for the next two months. “A Photographic Journey along El Camino Real de los Tejas,” a collection of photos taken by Christopher Talbot, professor of photography at Stephen F. Austin State University, opened with a reception Thursday evening. Below, Talbot (R) visits with Steven Gonzales, executive director of the El Camino Real de los Tejas National Historic Trail Association. The exhibit is a collection of 30 photographs from Mission San Juan Bautista in Guerrero, Mexico, to Fort St. Jean Baptiste in Natchitoches Parish, Louisiana. The exhibit was timed to coincide with the annual membership meeting of the El Camino Real National Historic Trail Association Thursday and Friday at Apache Pass. Thursday’s reception was sponsored by the Rockdale Chamber of Commerce, Rockdale Downtown Association, Linwood Acres Garden Club and the Rockdale Historical Society. ON EXHIBIT—Rockdale’s Lucy Hill Patterson Memorial Library is a photographic gallery for the next two months. “A Photographic Journey along El Camino Real de los Tejas,” a collection of photos taken by Christopher Talbot, professor of photography at Stephen F. Austin State University, opened with a reception Thursday evening. Below, Talbot (R) visits with Steven Gonzales, executive director of the El Camino Real de los Tejas National Historic Trail Association. The exhibit is a collection of 30 photographs from Mission San Juan Bautista in Guerrero, Mexico, to Fort St. Jean Baptiste in Natchitoches Parish, Louisiana. The exhibit was timed to coincide with the annual membership meeting of the El Camino Real National Historic Trail Association Thursday and Friday at Apache Pass. Thursday’s reception was sponsored by the Rockdale Chamber of Commerce, Rockdale Downtown Association, Linwood Acres Garden Club and the Rockdale Historical Society.
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