A few weeks ago, a friend sent over a link to a website that shows the pages of a pamphlet I’d never seen before. It is the scan of a 32-page booklet advertising the Mountain Park Sanatorium, which once stood on the grounds of the present-day Kerrville State Hospital.

This is how a lot of local history is being preserved these days — with information and images uploaded to the internet, accessible by anyone with a computer and an internet connection.

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