New window puts old jail on correct historical pathway

Mark Tracker, left, and Tom Woody show off historically correct window for old county jail.
Photo by Patricia Pratt

The first new historically correct window was installed in the old Freestone County Jail – built in 1879, which is now part of the Freestone County Historical Museum, by Mark A. Tracker and Tom Woody April 1.
Tracker is a preservation architect with Sinclair & Wright Architects, of Tyler, and Woody is a preservation contractor with M&M General Contractors, of Weatherford.
The windows had to be replaced because of

 

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