Last updated: 7/18/2017
Enloe, Texas
Street Address
218 Lexie Street
Enloe, TX 75441
Mailing Address
PO Box 63
Enloe, TX 75441
phone: 903-784-8114
Sunday, Friday - Saturday10 AM - 3 PM
Also by Appointment
Free Admission
Special Event Rental
Group Tours
Richard Duncan, Curator
phone: 903-784-8114
Jeff Duncan, Research Assistant

The Clara Foster Slough Museum in Enloe, displays a collection of artifacts from the Enloe, Delta County, and Sulphur River areas of Texas. The museum also serves as a genealogy center and maintains records of early settlers in the area. The facility houses a library of research resources as well as documented artifacts. Hundreds of historic artifacts are on display, providing a glimpse into the past of the region.


The mission of the Clara Foster Slough Museum of Enloe, is to provide genealogical resources for early settlers and families of the Delta County and surrounding areas of Texas. The museum will also house a vast collection of area artifacts to display for guests.

Artifact Collections

Please visit and ask about;

  • Sulphur River Fossils
  • Early Agriculture
  • Regional Artifacts
  • Military
  • Regional Sports
  • Research Collections

    Please ask us about:

  • Genealogy Library
  • Early Road and Trail Maps
  • Military
  • Fossils
  • Deeds
  • Educational Programs

    Clara Foster Slough Museum is available for Historical Society meetings, lectures, book club, and special events. Genealogical research assistance is provided, as well as guided tours of the area. Copy equipment is available at the library, for document copies.


    Clara Foster Slough Museum in Enloe is a single building, with multiple museum sections.

    Meeting facility


    Museum Board


    Access: General Public, Students, Scholars, Members

    Appointment required: No


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    Wheelchair Accessible




    Genealogical library

    Meeting facility

    Special Event Rental

    Group Tours

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