DEER HOLLOW. Deer Hollow, a valley, begins two miles north of Fife in northern McCulloch County (at 31°25' N, 99°22' W) and runs northeast for less than a mile to a point near the confluence of Elm Creek and the Colorado River (at 31°25' N, 99°20' W). The elevation of the land falls from 1,400 feet above mean sea level at the beginning of the valley to 1,350 feet at its end.
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