Texas Heritage, Winter 1985 Page: 39
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Texas is approaching an important landmark in its history, it's sesquicentennial
anniversary, celebrating 150 years of independence
The Texas Historical Foundation is helping to celebrate that
event by offering a special limited edition of lithographic prints.
These beautiful four color reproductions were created expressly for
the Foundation by three nationally acclaimed Texas artists.
The Texas Historical Foundation is proud to offer this limited edition
of prints to individuals who renew their membership or become
a new member during the first quarter of 1985.
Texas has always been rich in history and cultural origins. Lithographs
representing our heritage can become valuable historical
documents in the future. They depict our past by visually showing
us the way things were; for instance, an historic event or the way
our ancestors lived.
Your contribution will make a difference in the Foundation's efforts
! 'ant to the preservation and restoration of our historical treaou'll
also receive in return for your contribution, a member=c/
^tficate and box of cards depicting each print and depend:'t
'BLe category of membership, one, two or all three prints.
As Texans we take great pride in our heritage. We also share a
responsibility to preserve the structures, records and traditions of
those who came before us.
Invest in Texas' future by helping protect Texas' past. Please join
the Texas Historical Foundation today!
*Additionally, everyone who joins as a member or sends in a card
with name, address and phone # automatically becomes eligible
for a drawing in April 85. Each winner receives one of the original
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Texas Historical Foundation. Texas Heritage, Winter 1985, periodical, February 1, 1985; Austin, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth45443/m1/39/?rotate=270: accessed August 20, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Texas Historical Foundation.