Heritage, Volume 10, Number 3, Summer 1992 Page: 5
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Texas Historical Foundation
CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD
Elizabeth Susser, Corpus Christi
John B. Meadows, Austin
W.P. Wright Jr., Abilene
Bidda Reed, Universal City
Michael Weil, El Paso
Faith Bybee, Houston
Bonnie McKee, Dallas
John McRae, Ponder
Ann McDonald, Ralls
Rich Atwell, Fredericksburg
Bill Bailey, Jacksonville
Geraldine Ballard, Fort Worth
David J. Bebout, Houston
Shirley Caldwell, Albany
W.W. Caruth, Dallas
John B. Connally III, Houston
Mrs. M.F. Driscoll, Midland
Dr. William deG. Hayden, Paris
Catherine Knowles, Houston
Rosemary Kokernot, Cuero
Dr. Tom Middlebrook, Nacogdoches
Glynn Ray, Abilene
Marinda Robertson, Abilene
Dr. R. Lee Rode, Abilene
Christine Moor Sanders, Woodville
Pierre Schlumberger, Houston
William J. Sibley, Christine
Sarah Seay Stout, Dallas
Jerry Susser, Corpus Christi
JoAnn & Victor Treat, College Station
Dr. B.B. Trotter, Abilene
Helen Yancey, El Paso
George Christian, Austin
Conrad Dunagan, Monahans
Harry Goleman, Houston
F. Lee Lawrence, Tyler
Ed Protz, Galveston
Margaret Ramage, Corpus Christi
Dr. D.J. Sibley, Austin
Executive Director, Jackie Browning Stocker
Editor of HERITAGE, Gene Krane
Henkel Square is a nationally recognized museum village of Texas
Anglo-American and German-American 19th century culture located
in Round Top, midway between Austin and Houston.
The Henkel Square Restorations and the Collections are administered
by the Texas Pioneer Arts Foundation established by
Mrs. Faith Poorman Bybee and the late Charles Lewis Bybee
in order to perpetuate an authentic representation of the
way of life of the early Austin settlers of Texas.
Henkel Square is open daily from Noon to 5:00 p.m.
P.O. Box 82 * Round Top, Texas 78954 * (409) 249-3308
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