Erasmus M. Hanna House. Built about 1872 by Dr. Hanna, one of founders of Troup, and an investor in East Texas railroads and clay industries. Besides his medical practice, his interests included first hotel in Troup. Wife, Virginia Morris Hanna, was daughter of East Texas pioneers, Judge and Mrs. Stephen Decatur Morris. Five generations of Hanna descendants have lived here. Victorian architecture. Beaded bay windows; high-arched gables. Of cypress, pine, cedar woods. Recorded Texas Historic Landmark - 1968 #7731

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118 N Georgia, Troup, TX
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by Texas Historical Commission #7731 of the Texas Historical Marker series

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