Heritage, Volume 7, Number 1, Winter 1989 Page: 21
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HOW TO RESPOND
The Texas Historical Foundation needs to know soon of any
contributions. Call our office today at (409) 845-6025.
The beauty and charm of Round Top is enhanced by the friendly,
hospitable locals who call the city home. Those considering an
overnight stay will be interested in several charming bed and
breakfast facilities. Contact the Bed and Breakfast Society at
(713) 868-4654, or the Texas Pioneer Arts Foundation at (409)
PLAN TO PARTICIPATE!
We hope all Foundation members will plan to participate in this
fund-raising effort. Let us know immediately of your donation,
and ask friends if they have contributions they would like to
make. Gather family and friends on April 1 and head to Round
Top. It will be a day to remember in an unforgettable setting!
STAYING IN ROUND TOP
Within driving range of the skyscrapers of Houston, Dallas and
San Antonio lies Round Top, Texas, home to Henkel Square, a
nationally recognized authentic restoration of Anglo-American
and German-American 19th Century culture. Browsing
through the double-log house, the Haw Creek Schoolhouse
Church or the ancient log store, visitors experience a magnificent
assemblage of furniture, stoneware and tools that comprise
one of the finest collections of the decorative arts of this period.
This seat of Texas culture offers one of the best representations
of the way of life of the early settlers of Texas.
Round Top, Texas can boast of
Henkle Square, a nationally
recognized authentic restoration of
Anglo and German-American 19th
Opposite: One of the many historic items which were on sale during the
Foundation's 2nd annual auction in Round Top.
Top left: While the auctioneer called out for the bidding to begin, Bill and
Jacquelyn Bailey (bottom) put the finishing touches on several antiques and
the elaborate buffet. All photos courtesy of Jacquelyn Bailey.
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