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Evans Road was named for Robert B. Evans, who settled in Selma in 1865 and grazed 400 head of cattle on his land. Evans raised nine kids with his wife Rebecca, was elected justice of the peace in 1872, and was a member of the Cibolo Masonic Lodge. In 1882 he used rock from a nearby railroad bridge over Cibolo Creek to build a two-story house.
The future of the historic Evans home is in jeopardy because, in 2019, a meth lab was discovered in the house. The porous limestone that the house is built of is believed to be saturated with hazardous chemicals now. Despite the home's registered historic status, the house may be demolished.
Is historic preservation important to you?
Unframed - 8x10" Print:
8"x10" Photographic Print on Deep Matte Photo Paper.
Classic Black Frame - 11x14" Frame:
8"x10" Photographic Print on Deep Matte Photo Paper Mounted and Matted with a White Double Mat Inside a Black 11"x14" Frame (1 1⁄4" Wide, 3⁄4" Deep) Protected by Acrylic and Hangs via Corner Brackets.
Contemporary White Frame - 11x14" Frame:
8"x10" Photographic Print on Deep Matte Photo Paper Mounted and Matted with a Black Double Mat Inside a White 11"x14" Frame (1 1⁄4" Wide, 3⁄4" Deep) Protected by Acrylic and Hangs via Corner Brackets.
Lead times may vary due to seasonality and supply availability.
Lead times are how long it typically takes for your order to be made or prepared before it ships:
Unframed Prints, 3-5 Business Days.
Framed Prints & Wall Art, 2-4 Weeks.
Postcards, 2 Business Days.
Most orders ship via FedEx Ground.
Postcards ship via FedEx 2-Day.
Please note that we cannot ship to PO Boxes!