B.F. Williams House
B. F. Williams, a lumberman and builder, constructed this graceful Neoclassical Revival dwelling for his family around 1909. Williams was mayor, chief of police, and a legislator in the Texas House of Representatives. It is said that there is not a single knothole in any of the wood in this structure. The architect was Jules C. Leffland. NR-1986; RTHL-1987.