Heritage, Volume 12, Number 4, Fall 1994 Page: 25
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This Holiday Season...
Give the Present
That Helps Preserve the Past.
Stuck for a gift idea for dear Aunt Alma or your great grandson, the
successful lawyer who has everything? Why not consider giving the gift of
membership in the Texas Historical Foundation -- a present that will help
promote and preserve the past.
THF membership dues help fund historical preservation projects in Texas.
Projects supported by the Texas Historical Foundation in the past year have
helped fund archaeological testing at the proposed location of the Mission
Santa Cruz de San Saba in Menard County; renovate a section of the
Whitehead Memorial Museum in Del Rio so that previously unseen historical
furniture can be viewed; and restore the Texas & Pacific Railroad Depot
and adjoining passenger tunnel (circa 1900) in Marshall.
In addition to knowing that you have helped support projects preserving
Texas history, when you give a gift membership in the Texas Historical
Foundation, the person you designate will receive a one-year subscription to
HERITAGE magazine, a quarterly publication that contains articles and
photographs about preservation projects, historical research, museums, and
publications. In other words, you give a gift that lasts throughout the year.
And isn't that better than another ugly tie?
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