Historical Markers in
Potter County, Texas

Alice Victoria Ghormley Curtis House Amarillo Amarillo Amarillo Amarillo Amarillo Tri-State Fair American Legion Hanson Post No. 54 Avery and Mary Turner House Bivins Library (PLATE 81) Canadian River Canadian River Municipal Water Authority - Canadian River Project Canadian River Project Clarence and Lorraine Eakle House Dr. Charles Newton Gould Eakle-Archer House Edward L. and Margaret Seewald Roberts House First Cemetery in Potter County First Cemetery in Potter County First Gas Well in the Panhandle of Texas First Hospital on the High Plains of Texas - St. Anthony's Hospital - Founded 1901 First Transcontinental Air Service to Texas Panhandle, Amarillo Municipal Airport Fisk Medical Arts & Professional Building Fort Smith-Santa Fe Trail Gregg Route, 1840 Fort Smith-Santa Fe Trail Marcy Route, 1849 Fort Worth and Denver City Railway, First Railroad through the Texas Panhandle Frying Pan Ranch Ft. Smith-Santa Fe Trail, Marcy Rt. 1849 (RE81) General Ernest O. Thompson Great Spanish Road; First Ranch in Potter County; First Store in Potter County Gregg Trail H. B. Sanborn House H. W. and Katie Galbraith House Helium Time Columns Monument and Museum Henry B. Sanborn Herring-Crudgington House Homesite of Judge James Nathan Browning Houghton House International Harvester Building Juan de Padilla LX Ranch Mary (Masterson) and John Fain House McBride Ranch House Melissa Dora Oliver-Eakle Northwest Texas Hospital School of Nursing Old First Baptist Church Ordway Hall Polk Street Schools Polk Street United Methodist Church Potter County Potter County Potter County Courthouse Potter County Library Potter County, Establishing of Route 66 in Amarillo Rush, William Henry Russell Gymnasium Santa Fe Building Shuford-Killough House Site of Significant Archaeological Find, American Mammoths Smith-Rogers House St. Anthony's Hospital St. Francis Catholic Church Community St. Mary's Academy Tecovas Springs The _X (LX) First Ranch in Potter County United States Topographical Engineers in the High Plains of Texas Wild Horse Lake William Henry Bush