Heritage, Volume 7, Number 1, Winter 1989 Page: 37
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WITTE MEMORIAL MUSEUM
3801 Broadway, San Antonio; (512) 2265544;
Open June 1-August 31, TuesdaySaturday
10-6; Local and Pioneer History,
Natural History, Archaeology and Prehistory;
Adults $2, Children $1, Free Saturday
and Sunday Mornings.
SAN SABA COUNTY MUSEUM
Mill Pond Park (East of San Saba on U.S.
190), San Saba; (915) 372-5436 or 3427 or
5276; Open Sunday 1:30-4:30; weekdays
by appointment; Local, Pioneer History.
RAILROAD & PIONEER MUSEUM
710 Jack Baskin St., Temple; (817) 7786873;
Open Tuesday-Saturday 1-4; Local
and Pioneer History, Historic Building;
Adults 50, Children 35.
BOB WILLS MUSEUM
Sixth and Lyles Street, Turkey; (806)
423-1231; Open Monday-Wednesday 8-5,
Other Times By Appointment; Fiddles,
Boots, Hats, Records, Photos, Books and
Other Original Memorabilia Related to
Bob Wills and the Texas Playboys.
624 North Broadway, Tyler; (214) 5975304;
Open Monday-Friday 1-5; Artifacts
of East Texas Indians, Civil War Flags, Dr.
J. J. Goodman's Instruments, Antique
Furniture and Early Photos of Tyler and
STAR OF THE REPUBLIC
Washington-on-the-Brazos State Historical
Park, Washington; (409) 878-2461;
Open Daily 10-5 March-August, Wednesday-Sunday
and Pioneer History, Archaeology, Prehistory,
Historic Building and Site.
WHARTON COUNTY MUSEUM
231 Fulton, Wharton; (409) 532-2600;
Open Tuesday-Saturday 2-5, Sunday 2-5;
Local and Pioneer History.
HERITAGE GARDEN VILLAGE
U.S. 190 West, just outside city limits,
Woodville; (409) 283-2272; Open Daily
9-5 Winter, 9:30-5:30 Summer; Local and
Pioneer History, Historic Building; Adults
$1.50, Children 75.
State House Press
STATE HOUSE PRESS
P.O. Box 15247 * Austin, Texas 78761
VISA and MasterCard accepted
THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF SANTA ANNA
edited by Ann Fears Crawford
These extremely personal and revealing memoirs include Santa
Anna's views of the Texas Revolution, the United States-Mexican
War, and the Maximilian era of Mexican history, and covers
the period betwen 1810 and 1874. $12.95 paperback $21.95
cloth $50.00 limited
THE MOTHER OF WESTERN TEXAS
by Brownson Malsch
U jtfterof -;"'II The ghost-port of Indianola has been of prime interest to anvone
interested in knowing what life was like in Coastal Texas
during the 19th Century. When first published in 1978, Indianola
was awarded the prestigious Summerfield G. Roberts
Award by the Sons of the Republic of Texas. This revised edition
contains added text and many more photographs. $19.95
cloth $50.00 limited, signed edition.
INDIAN WARS AND PIONEERS
by John Henry Brown
"One of the best works on Texas Indian fighters and early pioneers."-Jenkins
Basic Texas Books #23.
Hundreds of biographical sketches of nineteenth century Texas
men and women. First issued in 1896, original copies are selling
for over $1,000. This facsimile reprint edition is limited to
750 copies and is now complete with a new extensive index.
HERITAGE * WINTER 1989 37
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