Texas Heritage, Volume 18, Number 4, Fall 2000 Page: 7

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The mission of the Texas Historical Foundation is to serve past, present, and future Texans
by supporting research in and publication of Texas history, assisting in the preservation
of historic and prehistoric artifacts and information, and raising and providing funds for
these purposes in order to recognize and honor past generations and to enrich the awareness
of and pride in Texas heritage for present and future generations.
TWF{ Member ifonor Roll:

Alice East, Linn
Robert Kelso, San Antonio
Stanley and Christie Adams, Austin;
Dora Akkerman, Houston
William D. Aston, Garland; Don Black,
Dallas; Leo H.Bradshaw, Waco; Alfred
B. Brady, Ph.D., Beaumont; Elaine
Gabbert, Dallas; T.A. Hillin, Houston;
John P. and Colleen Kotts, Houston;
John Kreideweis, Piano; Laird Development,
LLC, Fort Worth; David J.
Matthews III, Arlington; Margaret
McAllen, Weslaco; Charles Parker,
Houston; John B. Poindexter, Houston;
F Neal Runnels, McAllen; Walter C.
Wilson, Houston
Joe Charles Ballenger, Harlingen; Hutch
Bryan, Houston; Elizabeth Chenoweth,
College Station; Tom and Lynda
Christal, San Antonio; Lindsay Crump,
Austin; William Borden Davis, Fort
Worth; Ralph Eads, Houston; Bill Evans,
Dallas; Leon Phil Ferguson, Houston; Joe
D. Frazer, St. Hedwig; Gary and Casey
Jones, Bedford; Shelia Miller, Tucson,

AZ; Kim Monroe, San Antonio; John
and Lica Pinkston, San Antonio; Mario
Ramirez, McAllen; Ricardo Romo, San
Antonio; Carey Shuart, Houston; Leon
R. Smith Jr., Round Rock; Rick Still,
Nacogdoches; Jon Thompson, San Antonio;
D.B. Warhol, Houston; Kay
Weed, Houston
Richard J. Blumberg, Spring; Dean and
Julie Borden, Piano; N. Campbell Cox,
Nacogdoches; Ronnie Cox, Odem; William
M. Donohue, Houston; James B.
Earthmann III, Galveston; East Texas
Historical Fire Society, Tyler; Gish's Old
West Museum, Fredericksburg; Georgia
Mae Ericson, Crosbyton; Wayne
Franklin, Cotulla; Warren Gould, Dallas;
Linda Janney, San Antonio; Randy
Liesman, San Antonio; Judith Love,
Pflugerville; C.S. Merriman, Fort Worth;
Harry Miller, Austin; Peyton Milliner,
Dallas; Mark N. Niles, Houston; Patsy
H. Norvell, Dallas; John Oswald, College
Station; Jan Payne Pierce, Spring;
Michael Perrin, Houston, Paula Plumlee,
Texas City; Eloise Rowan, Houston;
Watson Simmons, Tyler; Peter Slot,
Houston; Texas Baptist Historical Collection
Library, Dallas; Goldie Coe
Wilmeth, San Antonio; Mary Whiteside,
Dallas; Mary Von Zastrow, Spring

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