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3563 Ne Loop 286, Paris, TX 75460
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Travel Tips for Paris

The Fires of Paris

by keeweechic

Paris was founded in the mid-1980’s but many of its historic buildings were lost in a fire that destroyed almost half of the town in 1916. The blaze started at a warehouse near the southwest city limits and the cause is unknown. One theory is that a spark from a switch engine ignited dry grass near the warehouse. 50 mph winds blew the fire out of control in a path to the northeast edge of Paris.

Firemen from Bonham, Cooper, Dallas, Honey Grove and Hugo (Oklahoma) came to help the local fire department battle the flames. The fire destroyed most of the central business district and also swept through a residential area before it was finally brought under control the following day.
Damage from the fire was substantial and was estimated at around $11,000,000. Several churches were burned along with the Federal building, Post Office, Lamar County Courthouse and Jail and City Hall. The townspeople began the rebuilding almost immediately from relief funds that were collected. The former prosperity of Paris was quickly restored.

R F Scott Building

by keeweechic

Rufus Fenner Scott had this gothic style building commissioned and built in 1917 to house the Burton-Peel Dry Goods store. The business was later bought by a former employer and operated under his name, Arthur Caddell. At one time Sears also was housed in the building. Its now subdivided and has various business but the building is still stands out with its gargoyles and cut stone.

Jessie's Paris Page

by Jessierowan

Paris is what you would call the biggest little small town in Texas. We have many sights to see and many diffent type of people to meet. Texas is like they say, "A whole 'nother country". Well Paris, Texas is a whole 'nother city. We have a lot of diffent things to do here from parks to parties. There is always something fun to do in Paris.

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