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It seemed like a nice town, rich in dogwoods and azaleas, in shade.
A Southern town ought to have a lot of azaleas, a good barbecue joint with a Sunday church crowd, and some dead heroes in the cemeteries whom people still claim as their own.
On their own, these two programs are titillating to educated, middle-class Dallas families.
Together, they form a kind of educational pièce de résistance.
Lee has been plagued by a negative reputation among neighborhood families for years, dating back at least as far as 2004 when families zoned to Stonewall Jackson Elementary, some of whom lived closer to Lee, fought to keep their boundaries untouched and remain at the Blue Ribbon school.
Present courthouse, the seventh, was dedicated on April 11, 1929.
Located near Interstates 64 and 81, this motel is less than 15 minutes’ drive from Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library.
It features a daily breakfast, an on-site children’s playground and pet-friendly rooms with free Wi-Fi.
(1982 Texas Historical Marker) Northwest corner of courthouse lawn, Stonewall and Lee Streets Central Christian Church Congregation organized in 1879.
Present Gothic Revival building with towers and art glass windows completed in 1899.