According to Lena Armstrong, the City Librarian for 54 years and the unofficial historian of Belton, wrote “Stores were erected using native stone and were two-story with the business on the first floor, family quarters on the second. A number of these stores have survived and are still in use. The A. D. Potts building was built in the late 1860’s."
This photo came from the Bell County Museum, and it has the date of 1870. Our building has a sign that reads "Buggies, Surrey's, and Phaetons."
115 N. East Street
Belton, TX 76513
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