KLATTENHOFF, TEXAS. Klattenhoff, near Farm Road 1692 and the Runnels county line in northeastern Tom Green County, was probably settled before 1900. The local school had two teachers in 1931 and thirty-seven elementary and five high school pupils in 1934. By the 1980s the school no longer appeared on state highway maps, but a community or town hall was shown to be in the area.
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