In Kerrville, a Crayola-obsessed collector has filled two rooms of his house with his prized boxes.
Kerville’s Lecia Hawkins has amassed enough mid-century Christmas decor to cover the North Pole.
In his quest to become a titan of collectibles, Austinite Eli Cox has gathered 374 airsickness bags from all over the world.
Sandi Manrig has spent over forty years designing teeny-tiny turtlenecks, minuscule marigolds, and all manner of small-scale scenes.
At its height, this Roanoke superfan’s treasure trove included 19,000 pieces of valuable memorabilia.
In Jefferson, a couple has spent a lifetime gathering clocks, telephones, maps, and other minutiae of the human race.
When not on display at the Dallas Museum of Art, Walter Erwin’s beloved collection lives in a custom-built addition to his home.