Heritage, Volume 4, Number 3, Winter 1986 Page: 29
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Texas Legacy: You're the missing part.
The Texas Historical Foundation is producing the
most important and lasting tribute to the Texas
Sesquicentennial-"Texas Legacy," a monumental
sculpture by the noted Texas artist, Robert Summers.
Depicted above, this magnificent bronze will be
approximately 40 feet long, 20 feet wide and 17 feet
high and will weigh some 20 tons, making it one of
the largest cast bronzes in the country. It will be
placed in the State Capitol complex in Austin, as
authorized by the 69th Texas Legislature.
You can play a part in this historic project, a unique
opportunity to express your Texas pride in a permanent
way. Your contribution of $500 or more insures that your
name will be inscribed on the Monument base, a lasting
recognition of your support that will be seen for
generations to come.
My contribution is:
___ $5,000 $2,500 $1,000 $500
TEX ~ ASm I.y rMy inscription on the monument should read as follows:
SESQUICENTENNIAL (Please type or print clearly)
Space on the monument will be reserved
in order of payment received.
I --------------I Business Phone ( ) Home Phone ( )
Please make your check payable to The Texas Historical Foundation. Your contribution is tax deductible
to the full extent allowed by law.
580 Westlake Park Blvd. Suite 1640 Houston, TX 77079 I
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