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The Fannin County Historical Commission promotes the preservation of the history of Fannin County and administers the Texas Historical Commission's historical marker program for Fannin County.
The Ferris Public Library provides the Texas Digital Newspaper Program with the Ferris Wheel from 1896-1897. The weekly newspaper contains local, national and world news, stories, poetry, jokes, church directory, and advertisements.
The Fire Museum of Texas contributes its collection of uniform patches from city and volunteer fire departments from all over the state of Texas. The collection is one of the largest and most complete of its type that represent the history of the fire service in the state.
The First Christian Church of Port Arthur contributes to the Rescuing Texas History, 2007 collection and materials from their collections include two history books of their congregation, as well as photos revealing the legacy of the church. Rock star Janis Joplin sang with the youth choir in the early 1950s, and photos from that time in her life are also included.
Fort Bend County Libraries is a publicly supported, nonprofit institution serving the Fort Bend community as a resource center. The main library, George Memorial Library, is located at 1001 Golfview Dr., Richmond, Texas 77469. The building houses the Genealogy & Local History Department, which has many unique resources documenting Fort Bend County history.
The department’s resources also focus on the southeastern United States and include materials relating to the history of the South, federal censuses, genealogy, and the Civil War. The library strives to make these items easily accessible to as many as possible.
The mission of Fort Bend County Libraries is to bring people, information and ideas together to enrich lives, expand minds, and strengthen our diverse community.
The Fort Bend Museum presents a rich variety of historical materials, including photographs of artifacts from the museum and local history photographs. Among these interesting materials are photographs of U.S. Congressman John M. Moore, prohibitionist Carrie A. Nation, and Jane Long, the "Mother of Texas."
The Fort Worth Aviation Museum (formerly the Veterans Memorial Air Park) (FWAM) is a group of organizations dedicated to preserving and promoting the history of aviation in Fort Worth, the North Texas region, and around the world. Our aircraft collection consists of twenty-four warbirds, dating from 1943 to the present, in what we call our “Petting Zoo”. FWAM operates under the corporate charter of the OV-10 Bronco Association, Inc., a 501(c)(3) not-for- profit corporation. We are also home to the B-36 Peacemaker Museum, the Forward Air Controller’s Museum. Our motto is: “Preserve – Inspire – Educate” or as we call it, PIE.
The Fort Worth Jewish Archives, a program of the Jewish Federation of Fort Worth and Tarrant County, presents its collection of archival materials that document the development of a strong ethnic immigrant community over several generations. It includes photographs and archival materials from a multitude of organizations including Men's Chevra Kadisha, Dan Danciger Jewish Community Center, Jewish War Veterans, National Council of Jewish Women, Hadassah, B'nai B'rith Women and Ahavath Sholom.
Dedicated to lifelong learning and anchored by our rich collections, the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History engages our diverse community through creative, vibrant programs and exhibits interpreting science and the stories of Texas and the Southwest. The Archives of the museum houses collections not limited to photographs, documents, ephemera and memorabilia, posters, books, and audiovisual materials in support of this mission.
The Fort Worth Public Library contributes materials from its local history collections for the grant "Where the West Begins: Capturing Fort Worth's Historic Treasures." The collection includes books and souvenir guides about early Fort Worth, and a photograph album by Lewis D. Fox featuring street scenes and parades. Images include the 1936 parade for President Roosevelt, the Armistice Day Parade of 1936, 1939, 1943, and the opening of Casa Manana.
French Legation Museum collection documents the work of renowned preservation architect, Raiford Stripling. In the 1950s, Stripling was hired by the Daughters of the Republic of Texas to oversee the ongoing historic restoration of the Legation structure and planning for the historic site and its outbuildings. As the oldest existing home in Austin, the Legation and the Museum possess a unique and important history for Austin and Texas.
Friench Simpson Memorial Library contributes its collection of photographs of Halletsville and Lavaca County, Texas, many of which were taken by Texas photographer Henry Jacob Braunig. Recognized as one of the premier photographers in Texas, Braunig established his permanent studio in Halletsville in 1887 and continued taking photographs until his death in 1945.
Frontier Texas is a history museum, heritage center and visitor information center located in downtown Abilene. The facility, opened in 2004, showcases the history of the Texas frontier and promotes the historical attractions in the Texas Forts Trail region. The museum allows visitors to relive the Old West through of state-of-the-art technology and brings the frontier to life to let visitors meet people who played out their lives on the Texas frontier. Frontier Texas is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.