Heritage, Volume 13, Number 2, Spring 1995 Page: 3
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A PUBLICATION OF THE TEXAS HISTORICAL FOUNDATION EST. 1954 WINTER 1995
VOLUME 13 NUMBER 2
FEATURES COVER BOOK REVIEWS
Heritage Association of
San Marcos Helps Bring
History To Life 11
The 700-member Heritage Association
of San Marcos leads the way in preservation
activities and heritage promotion
in this city of 22,000, located on the
banks of the San Marcos River.
Preservation and Promotion
Go Hand In Hand
in Historic San Angelo
By Marian Szurek 12
Officials from the San Angelo Convention
and Visitors Bureau recognized their
town as a living heritage center for the
farm and ranch culture, and decided to
capitalize on that as they worked to
develop a consistent image for their tourism
Small Historic Inns
and Hotels of Texas
By Gene Krane 14
Visiting a historic inn or hotel in Texas
can help enhance and broaden the tourist
Texas Capitol Gets a Facelift;
Rededication Planned 18
A new chapter is added to the story of
the Texas Capitol, a popular tourist destination,
as the building is restored, renovated,
Historic Tourism Brings
Big Results For San Marcos
By Jan Hardin 8
In addition to increased civic pride and
downtown revitalization, many towns and
cities across the state are finding that heritage
tourism can have a significant economic
impact on their area. Last year,
heritage tourism helped bring more than
four million tourists to San Marcos.
Pampa Grande and the
By Izumi Shimada
Ancient Architecture of
By William N. Morgan
Life On The Range
By Erwin E. Smith
Texas Historical Commission
Names New Chairman 22
Annual Folklife Festival
Set For San Antonio
ON THE COVER
Tourists visit the Charles S. Cock Home
in San Marcos. Photograph by the San
Marcos Convention and Visitors Bureau.
Foundation Meets in Tyler 22
Foundation to Participate in
Preservation Conference 22
TAS To Conduct 1995 Field
School at Lake Jackson 23
HERITAGE magazine is published quarterly by the Texas Historical Foundation, pertaining to Texas heritage, culture, and preservation activities are given
P. O. Box 50314, Austin, Texas 78763. ) 1995. Opinions expressed by contri- priority. Manuscripts should be typed, double-spaced, and photos or artwork
buting writers do not necessarily reflect those ofthe Texas Historical Foundation. accurately labeled. Submissions become the property of Texas Historical
The Texas Historical Foundation is a private, nonprofit organization supported Foundation unless accompanied by a self-addressed envelope for return of
by membership dues, contributions, and grants. Unsolicited articles not exceed- documents or literature, and photographs or drawings from archival storage.
ing 2,000 words will be accepted by a review committee for publication. Articles Layout/design by Gene Krane. Printing by Whitley Company, Austin, Texas.
~EDITORIAL STAFF T ATV. Kay Hindes, Historical Hotel Association of Texas, Todd Jagger,
Editor, Gene Krane, Book Review Editor, John Peerson Gene Krane, John B. Meadows, Ralph E. Newlan, Marian Szurek, John
Editor, Gene Krane, Book Review Editor, John Petersoneterson, San Angelo Convention and Visitors Bureau, San Marcos
CONTRIBUTORS Convention and Visitors Bureau, State Preservation Board, Texas
Dr. David O. Brown, James H. Evans, Jan Hardin, Dealey Herndon, Historical Commission
Beaumont Plans for
Heritage Days in Early May
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