In 1904 Henry Barrow and wife Augusta settled in Odessa. Here you see Augusta
Barrow doing needle work just like my mother did. The Barrows arrived in
Odessa driving a buckboard and had a little cash, a Winchester rifle, and a few
cartridges. Later they built a house made from railroad ties purchased from
the Texas & Pacific Railroad.
Courtesy, Author Glenn Justice & The Petroleum Museum.
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Last Updated: Saturday, April 21, 1998