Heritage, Volume 7, Number 3, Summer 1989 Page: 29
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BRAZOS VALLEY MUSEUM
3232 Briarcrest Drive, Bryan; (409) 779-2195;
Open Thursday-Saturday 9-5, Sunday 1,5;
Local and Pioneer History and Natural History.
FORT CROGHAN MUSEUM
Hwy. 29 West, Burnet; (512) 756-8281; Open
April-Sept., Monday-Wednesday and Saturday
8-5, Sunday 10-4.; Historic Buildings, Local
and Pioneer History, Early Texas History;
Fannin at Main, Cameron; (817) 697-9223;
Open Tuesday-Saturday 9-12, 1-5; Loca and
Pioneer History, Historic Site/Building.
2401 4thAve., Canyon; (806) 655-7191; Open
Monday-Friday 9-5, Sunday 2-5; Local and
Pioneer History, Science, Natural History, Art,
Archaeology, Prehistory, Historic Building and
ALLEY LOG CABIN HOUSE
1200 Bowie Street, Columbus; (409) 7325881;
Open Third Weekend in May and for
Special Tours; Local and Pioneer History; $2.50
CORPUS CHRISTI MUSEUM
1900 N. Chaparral, Corpus Christi; (512) 8832862;
Open Tuesday-Saturday 10-5; Sun 2-5;
Pioneer History, Science, Natural History, Art,
Archaeology, Prehistory, Botany, Mineralogy.
CROSBY COUNTY PIONEER
MEMORIAL MUSEUM AND
101 Main, Crosbyton; (806) 675-2331; Open
Tuesday-Saturday 9-12, 2-5; Regional, Local
and Pioneer History.
DeWITT COUNTY MUSEUM
312 E. Broadway, Cuero; (512) 275-6322;
Open Thursday-Friday 9-5, Sunday 2-5; History,
DALLAS MUSEUM OF
Second and Grand, Dallas; (214) 421-2169;
Open Monday-Saturday 9-5, Sunday and Holidays
12-5; Natural History.
OLD CITY PARK
1717 Gano Street, Dallas; (214) 421-5141;
Open Tuesday-Friday 10-4, Saturday-Sunday
1:30-4:30; Local and Pioneer History, Historic
Building and Site; Adults $4, Children $2.
2nd Floor, Courthouse, Denton; (817) 5661487;
Open Mon-Thurs 2-5; Local, Pioneer
History, Historic Building, Site.
121 E. McIntyre, Edinburg; (512) 383-6911;
Open Tueaday-Friday 9-5, Sunday 1-5; Local
History, Historic Building; Adults $1, Children
SCHLEICHER COUNTY MUSEUM
Menard Hwy. and U.S. 277, Eldorado; (915)
853-2709; Open Monday-Thursday 2-4:30;
Local and Pioneer History.
EL PASO CENTENNIAL MUSEUM
University and Wiggins Avenue, University of
Texas at El Paso; (915) 747-5565; Open Tuesday-Friday
10-4:30, Sunday 1:30-5:30; Local
History, Natural History, Archaeology, Prehistory
7 blocks west of Courthouse, Box 801, Fort
Davis; (915) 426-3969; Open June 1-Sept. 7,
10-5; otherwise by appointment. Antique
Dolls, Toys; Adults $1, children 50.
ANNIE RIGGS MUSEUM
301 South Main, Fort Stockton; (336-2167 or
7106) Open Monday-Saturday 12-12, 1-5,
Sunday 1:30-5; Local and Pioneer History,
Archeology, Historic Site & Building, Mineralogy
and Dress Collection; Adults 50, Children
SID RICHARDSON COLLECTION
OF WESTERN ART
309 Main St., Fort Worth; (817) 332-6554;
Open Tuesday-Friday 10-5, Saturday 11-6,
Sunday 1-5; Western Art, Sundance Square
PIONEER MEMORIAL MUSEUM
309 W. Main St., Fredericksburg; (512) 9972835;
Open Monday-Saturday 10-5, Sunday 15,
Closed Tuesday; Winter Hours: Nov. 1March
31 Saturday 10-5 Sunday 1-5; Local and
Pioneer History; Adults $2, Children 50.
Market Square, Fredericksburg; (512) 9977832;
Open Weekdays 10-4, Closed weekends;
local and Pioneer History; Adults $1, children
under 12 free.
GALVESTON COUNTY MUSEUM
2219 Market Street, Galveston; (409) 7662340;
Open Wednesday-Saturday 10-5, Sunday
12-5; History of Galveston.
KARANKAWA INDIAN MUSEUM
Bob Smith Dr, Galveston; (409) 744-5732
Open Mon-Sun 24 Hours; Archaeology.
MARKET HOUSE MUSEUM
200 S. Market St., Goliad; (409) 766-2340;
Open Wednesday-Saturday 10-5, Sunday 12-5;
History of Galveston.
By A. Ray A
Stephens and ~ \
William M. Holmes
In this new historical atlas
of the Lone Star state, sixty- '
four maps, accompained by brief interpretive
essays, illustrate the most significant
events and subject areas in Texas
history and geography. 9x 12.
The Story of Old Tascosa
By John L. McCarty
Fwd. by C. L. Sonnichsen
Drawings by Harold D. Bugbee
"A lively book, which gives you what
seems an authentic picture of a life which,
curiously, appears to have been just about
the way it is in the horse operas."-The
SEARCH FOR THE PUREBLOODS
By Charles Banks Wilson
New Fwd. by Herman J. Viola
This handsome volume of portraits by one
of the region's premier artists represents
decades of work seeking out purebloods in
each tribe in the former Indian Territory.
An Oklahoma Museum of Natural History Publication.
INDIAN DANCES OF
Their Importance to Indian Life
By Reginald and Gladys Laubin
Fwd. by Louis R. Bruce, Sioux-Mohawk
"This is one of those rare, few books
which can truly be described as life works
.... This is an inside book with a practical
bent."-Western American Literature.
Volume 141 in The Civilization of the American
Indian Series. 7 x 10.
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