Red Top Jail Cookbook, copyright 1996.
A collection of recipes by Llano Chapter Daughters of the Republic of Texas, Llano, Texas.
The Llano County Jail is a Romanesque Revival structure built in 1895 with Llano County granite. The first floor was used by the jailer for his office and living quarters. The second floor had four cells and two "drunk tanks", and the third and fourth floors housed the gallows. The red roof provided the building it's nickname and early day inmates often spoke of staying at "The Red Top". The Llano County Commissioners gave the Llano Chapter of the Daughters of the Republic of Texas custody of the building on October 24, 1985.
The Jail has been in the National Register of Historic Places since 1977 and a Texas Historic Landmark since 1979.
86 page spiral bound cook book in good condition with no rips, tears, or writing.
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