Heritage, Volume 7, Number 3, Summer 1989 Page: 5
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CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD
Joan Hataway, Beaumont
Bill Bailey, Jacksonville
Jerry Susser, Corpus Christi
Jane Barnhill, Brenham
Margaret Ramage, Corpus Christi
Michael Weil, El Paso
Faith Bybee, Houston
J. P. Bryan, Houston
Bonnie M. McKee, Dallas
John McRae, Ponder
William P. Wright, Jr., Abilene
Kandy Westmoreland, Houston
Joseph J. Aguilar, Jr., Fort Worth
Linda Anderson, Houston
Sallie Anderson, Calvert
Brux Austin, Dallas
Mr. & Mrs.Thomas W. Blake, Houston
Shirley Caldwell, Albany
Frank Calhoun, Houston
John B. Connally, III, Houston
Douglas S. Craig, Jr., Houston
Jesse M. DeWare IV, Jefferson
Dr. Kathleen Gilmore, Denton
Bebe C. Inkley, San Antonio
Mr. & Mrs. R. Steven Ivy, Houston
Dr. & Mrs. Richard Jack, Houston
Mr. & Mrs. Jack Josey, Houston
Catherine Knowles, Houston
Doris Luton, Granbury
Mitchell Martin, San Antonio
Eugene Mason, Dallas
Margaret McAllen, Linn
Albert E. McCall, San Antonio
John Middleton, Liberty
Russell Pickering, Houston
Gay Ratliff, Austin
Marinda Robertson, Abilene
Dr. and Mrs. Paul C. Salmonsen, Houston
Andrew Sansom, San Antonio
Pierre Schlumberger, Houston
L. E. Simmons, Houston
Dr. Nancy Speck, Nacagdoches
Bill Strauss, Big Lake
JoAnn & Victor Treat, College Station
Miggie Wallender, Tyler
Mr. & Mrs. Bradley Westmoreland, Houston
John Wilkinson, Waco
Elizabeth Williams, Orange
Cecil Burney, Corpus Christi
George Christian, Austin
Conrad Dunagan, Monahans
Harry Goleman, Houston
F. Lee Lawrence, Tyler
Ed Protz, Galveston
John Ben Shepperd, Odessa
Joan Rabins, Interim Director
Kathi Faust, Administrative Secretary
Elizabeth Vair, Managing Editor, HERITAGE
Carolyn Fasel, Assistant Editor, HERITAGE
M. Peter Soria, Development Officer
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
The Texas Historical Foundation gratefully acknowledges the support of i
sponsors for underwriting the production costs of HERITAGE for 1988-19
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Th Center fHistoric Resources, College Station
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