The Falls on the Colorado Museum in Marble Falls, Texas is truly a gem of history and information about the town on the Colorado River laid out by a blind man. 
Established in the late 1800's and laid out by General Adam Rankin Johnson after his return from the Civil War, The museum is located in the original schoolhouse in Marble Falls, one that once was a college campus. The building alone carries a cornucopia of information.
Rotarian Gil Jones arranged for Robyn Richter, a long-time resident of Marble Falls and now chair of the Museum, to talk about the Museum and some of its interesting exhibits. See the presentation on Daybreak's YouTube channel.