Room 10 - Queen Bed, The Alexander Room

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Also referred to as the Church Room, Room 10, features the gothic window shaped swinging doors common to both our first churches, and the popular saloons fo the time, while telling the story of Mrs. Mary Jane Alexander, who as a young widow with 5 children defied the traditions of the time and carried out her husband's mission to establish the 1st Presbyterian Church in the region, after shocking everyone by continuing on to Hemphill County, filing on land on the Washita River and becoming the 1st female landwoner, and rancher, in the Panhandle.  In addition to its architectural nod to our churches, the room offers a Queen bed, with luxury bedding, rustic tin wainscoting and a small desk area.  The bath features a bucket sink and tin shower with rock floor. 


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