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631 Water Street

Originally built in 1890 under the care of Captain Charles Schreiner, with later additions, it was sold to the wool buyer William K. Sharpe of Dover, New Hampshire for $2000. Initially a frame building, brick veneer was added in 1922 and stuccoed in 1929. It later went on to serve as a millinery shop, a funeral home, and various other businesses. It is also one of the ten oldest buildings in Downtown Kerrville.

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