Heritage, Volume 7, Number 2, Spring 1989 Page: 35
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1953 Lakeshore Dr., Port Arthur (409)
983-5977; Open daily 9-5, weekends by appointment;
Ancient Pompeiian Style Historic
House; Donations accepted.
PORT ARTHUR MUSEUM
317 Stilwell Blvd, Gates Library, Lamar
University, Port Arthur; (409) 983-4921
Open daily 10-2, weekends by appointment;
Natural History, Special Collections;
A.J.M. VUYLSTEKE HOME
1831 Lakeshore Drive, Lamar University,
Port Arthur; (409) 983-4921; Open by appointment;
Queen Anne "Georgian Revival"
2545 Lakeshore Dr., Port Arthur; (409)
982-3068; Open Monday, Wednesday,
Friday 10-1 or by prior reservation daily
except Sunday; Southern Greek Revival
home (1915); original Victorian furniture
and antique accessories; $2 Admission
108 Green St., Quanah; (817) 663-5272;
Open Sunday-Friday; History of Quanah
and Hardeman County, Science, Historic
Building and Site.
Live Oak and First Streets, Round Top;
(409) 249-3308; Houses Furnished with
Authentic Early Texas Furniture.
WINEDALE HISTORICAL CENTER
4 Miles East on FM 1457, Round Top;
(409) 278-3530; Open Tuesday-Friday by
Appointment, Saturday 10-5, Sunday 125;
Historic Building and Site; Adults $2,
801 South Bowie Street, San Antonio;
(512) 226-7651; Open Tuesday-Sunday 95;
State, Local, and Pioneer History, Science,
Natural History, Art, Ethnic Culture
and Folk History of Texas.
509 King William St., San Antonio; (512)
225-5924; Open daily 10-12,1-5 Gift Shop
open 1-5; 1876 Victorian mansion, carriage
house and gardens, 19th century antiques;
Adults $2, Children under 12 free.
Alamo Plaza, San Antonio; (512) 2253853;
Open Mon.-Sat. 9-5:30, Sunday 105:30;
Local and Pioneer History, Art,
Archaeology, Historic Building and Site.
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.
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THE MOTHER OF WESTERN TEXAS
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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
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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
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750 copies and is now complete with a new extensive index.
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