Dallas: Robert E. Lee statue removed from Dallas and donated to a Golf course in West Texas

  • By
Robert E. Lee statue was removed from Lee Park in Dallas almost two years ago. The statue has now been on display at a golf course based in West Texas.
 

This statue of the Confederate general was purchased at an auction for $1.435 million by a Dallas-based law firm Holmes Firm PC, owned by Ronald L. Holmes.
 
Now the statue has been shifted to Black Jack's Crossing Golf Course in Lajitas, near the U.S./Mexico border.
 
According to reports from close sources, this statue has been donated to the golf course and was put up this week only.

Photo Gallery

0 Comments Write your comment

    1. Loading...