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S.A. & A.P Railroad Bridge across Guadalupe River ------ - in/near Comfort

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S.A. & A.P Railroad Bridge across Guadalupe River


Railroad bridge across the Guadalupe River at Seidensticker Crossing 3 miles east of Comfort. Photo taken before 1930s when side wooden spans were replaced by metal ones.

Brenda Seidensticker



The Front Porch Inn 2018-04- - in/near Comfort

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The Front Porch Inn


In 1902 Jim Bierschwale, a local rancher and brother Robert, operated a livery stable in Comfort. Jim and wife, Martha, built their Comfort home on five acres in 1926. According to the Comfort News, “The home will be modern throughout and have five rooms: a bath, sleeping porch and a front porch across the front of the house”. After several owners, the Timothy Carrington family bought the house in 1995. The Carringtons established and operated “The Carrington House Bed and Breakfast”. It remained a B & B under the Carrington name with two subsequent owners. The Southwicks have recently purchased the residence and are continuing the Bed and Breakfast under the new name of “The Front Porch Inn”. The bedrooms each have their own entrance - some from the front porch and some from the back patio. These include the Blue Room, the Wooden Room, the Cow Room, the Purple Room and the Upstairs Suite. The common area includes a fireplace, living/dining room, kitchen and a wonderful long front porch. Interesting collectibles enhance both the common area and bedrooms.




Clara Moehring - Comfort 1908-08-13 - in/near Comfort

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Photo Credit: Photo courtesy of Anne Stewart

Clara Moehring - Comfort


Miss Clara Moehring, Comfort`s female photographer, who operated her photography studio from 1908-1920.





High Street Guesthouse -04- - in/near Comfort

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High Street Guesthouse


This home was built in 1906 for William and Henrietta Bianchi Felbaum. William was the Postmaster for Comfort. He was the son of G. Felbaum who owned the circa 1866 house next door. Both houses remain in the family. The six owners are the children of Paul & Florence Felbaum Dreiss. They are Tina Dreiss Bohnert, Debbie Dreiss Wilke, Carol Dreiss Thomas, Kane Morgan, Ron Morgan and Paul Dreiss, III. They have kept the original charm and workmanship of longleaf pine floors, high ceilings, clawfoot bathtubs and sturdy wooden walls. They have converted this 112-year-old home to a very charming guesthouse, which sleeps up to 8 people. It consists of a front porch, living room, dining room, beautiful updated island kitchen, two bedrooms and two bathrooms. Collectibles and antiques fill the guesthouse, along with numerous games and TVs that are available for guests. This early 1900s home is located on High Street in the center of Comfort and is close to shops, restaurants, event centers and local wine bars. A walking tour of downtown will delight the guests and allow them to visit many buildings with historical markers.




Charles Schilling Threshing Crew 1918---- - in/near Holiday Road

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Charles Schilling Threshing Crew


Charles Schilling farm on Holiday road. He is sitting on a Ferguson tractor and George his father is standing next to the tractor. By the size of the haystack it must have been a good year.