Heritage, Volume 12, Number 4, Fall 1994 Page: 7
The following text was automatically extracted from the image on this page using optical character recognition software:
Mrs. Arthur C. Goforth, League City
Rosalie Gregg, Decatur
Sue Gross, Lake Jackson
Mrs. Charles A. Hall, San Antonio
John Harris, Galveston
Mrs. John N. Harris Jr., Dallas
Mr. & Mrs. Milton Hausmann,
Heritage House Museum, Orange
Claire Heymann, Dallas
Julie Hughes, Houston
Vester T. Hughes Jr., Dallas
Angie Erwin Jensen, Richardson
Roy A. Johlke, Tomball
Mrs. Eliot A. Johnston, Corsicana
Wayne V. Jones, Houston
Jean Kaspar, Shiner
J. Pat Kearby, Mineral Wells
Grace King, Odessa
Jack & Zoe Kirkpatrick, Post
Dr. & Mrs. Ross Kyger, Lufkin
Troy H. Lagrone, Denton
Mrs. Finis F. Larrison, Huntsville
Dr. & Mrs. William C. Levin,
Mrs. Jack Lively, Dallas
Marcia Lockwood, Lorenzo
Ed Macintyre, Hondo
Martin County Historical Society,
Dede Mayer, Houston
Etelka McCluer, San Antonio
Mr. & Mrs. Joe McGowen,
Von E. McReynolds, Groves
Edith A. Moss, Austin
George F. Murphy Jr., Lubbock
Dian Graves Owen, Abilene
Frank Perliski, Dallas
Sue R. Pittman, Houston
Rice Design Alliance, Houston
Carolyn S. Richardson, Vega
Shirley Roehrs, Fort Worth
Rose-Mary Rumbley, Dallas
John S. Runnells, Bay City
Colonel James W. Russell, Marble Falls
Edra H. Schutze, Baytown
David L. Scott, Gatesville
Jaynne Seeburger, New Braunfels
W. P. Southwell, San Antonio
Dr. Bob E. Stout, Houston
Edward B. Stover Jr., Bryan
Mrs. J.T. Stratton, Beaumont
Mr. & Mrs. Robert S. Sunkel,
Mrs. R.F. Surratt, Panhandle
Mr. & Mrs. W.D. Sutherland IV, Uvalde
Dorothy Taylor, Harlingen
Carroll Tharp, Montgomery
T.C. Thomhill Jr., Houston
Caroleen Thornton, Paris
Benny E. Tillison, Grand Prairie
Norma June Van Cleef, Fort Worth
Elizabeth G. Vanderzyl, Houston
David L. Watson, Galveston
Joseph T. Wells III, Houston
Milton H. West Jr., Houston
Wise County Historical Commission,
Mary C. Wyllie, Houston
Don Zelman, Stephenville
Mr. & Mrs. Kemp Maer Jr., Houston
Mrs. John W. Anthony, Dallas
Hugh Boren Jr., Snyder
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Fuller,
Mrs. Perry Kallison, San Antonio
Manuel I. Palmer, Houston
A.J. Stern, Carrollton
Frances S. Weidner, Gordon
These contributions help ensure that Texas heritage is preserved for future generations.
For more information or to order, call (512) 474-9960
Advertise Your Business
Or Product in HERITAGE
for Pennies a Day!
HERITAGE magazine is the quarterly publication of the
Texas Historical Foundation. Its more than 4,000 readers
are actively involved in historical preservation, archaeology,
arfthropology, and architecture in the state
of Texas. By advertising in HERITAGE, information
about your product, service, or business will reach the
right people quickly.
Advertising rates for HERITAGE magazine
Full Page 7 3/4" x 9 1/2" $400.00 per issue
Two-Thirds Page 5" x 9 1/2" $300.00 per issue
Half Page 7 3/4" x 5" $200.00 per issue
One-Third Page 4 3/4" x 5" $150.00 per issue
Quarter Page 3 3/4" x 4 3/4" $100.00 per issue
One-Sixth Page 2 2/8" x 4 3/4" $65.00 per issue
For more information, call (512) 453-2154.
We can even help you design your ad.
DONT SETTLE FOR JUST A PIECE
OF TEXAS HISTORY'.....
...ORDER SEVERAL PLACE SETTINGS!
Friends of the Governor's Mansion has commissioned
a new adaptation of the Texian Campaigneware from
Mottahedeh, the leading maker of historic tableware
reproductions. Transfer-printed in the traditional blue,
this stoneware is dishwasher and microwave safe, yet
remarkably like the 19th century originals in the
collection of the Texas Governor's Mansion.
Five piece place settings consist of one each: 10 1/4"
dinner plate, 8 3/4" salad/dessert plate, 7 1/4" bread
and butter plate, cup and saucer. Place settings are
$75 each and orders must be received by December 1,
1994. Orders will be shipped directly from the
manufacturer in early 1995.
Here’s what’s next.
This issue can be searched. Note: Results may vary based on the legibility of text within the document.
Citing and Sharing
Basic information for referencing this web page. We also provide extended guidance on usage rights, references, copying or embedding.
Reference the current page of this Periodical.
Texas Historical Foundation. Heritage, Volume 12, Number 4, Fall 1994, periodical, Autumn 1994; Austin, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth45414/m1/7/: accessed May 23, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Texas Historical Foundation.