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Historic Home of Dr. James Dickey Destroyed, THF Directors Advocate for Dickey House Project, Architect Nicholas Clayton Left His Mark on Texas.

Letter from New THF Executive Director David Preziosi, Dickey Museum & Multipurpose Center Receive Their Fifth THF Grant, Texas Archeologist Dr. Michael Collins to be Honored for his Work at the Gault Archeological Site

Texas Historical Foundation May Newsletter: South Texas Receives THF Grant Love, What is a Pysanka Egg?, Marshall Doke Wins Statewide Award, Saving Austin’s Treaty Oak: A Labor of Love.

Endowment Assists Small Town Preservationists, Bernie Sargent Leaves Big Boots to Fill in El Paso, Special Issues of Texas HERITAGE Uploaded to Website, Travis' Letter From The Alamo Makes Rare Public Appearance, Lipan Burial Site Threatened.

Search for New THF Executive Director Underway, Rockdale Restoration Wins THF Grant, Women’s History Month, Clara Tarpley, THF Around the State, Website Blog-Part II, La Villita

Twelve (Yes, Twelve!) Grant Awards Given in January! A dozen preservation groups in Texas received approval in the latest round of grants from the Texas Historical Foundation.

The Texas Historical Foundation sends good wishes to all our supporters for a wonderful 2022….and thanks those who gave so generously to the organization’s year-end campaign. Donations help THF carry on its mission of preserving the Lone Star past.

Thank you and Happy New Year!, THF Funds First-Generation Refugee Research
in Aransas County, New Blog Spotlights Another Side of Distinguished
Architect Henry Trost, THF gathering at 3 Nations, Preservation Conference Slated for February 2-4 2022.

THF Grant Helps Make a Museum—and a Community—Safer, THF Leader and Benefactor Marshall Doke Receives Statewide Preservation Award, Ghost Signs Featured in Upcoming THF Magazine, Southern Cattle Fever Map Featured in THF’s Next Blog Post, THF Partners with State Agency on Upcoming Preservation Conference...

Buildingcommunity WORKSHOP helps preserve home in Dallas Freedman's Town, THF partners with THC, Kay Hindes (THF Scholar Director) receives honor, THF participates in Amplify Austin, and previews of the upcoming Texas HERITAGE magazine.

Jim Bowie and his family's fateful trip to escape 1833 cholera outbreak; Linden Heritage Foundation grant impact; new members.

Celebrating Juneteenth's history; two Zion Hill Missionary Baptist Church grants that helped build a new chapel and funding to become a Texas Historic State Landmark; funding to help R.F. Hardin Museum restore it's historic school info a museum; Grant awarded to Rice University to find slave remains at the Wyatt Chapel Cemetery.