Clay County Historical Society

The Clay County Historical Society presents a rich collection of photographs that include early images of Henrietta and surrounding Clay County. Also featured are images of Native Americans taken by photographers Alice Snearly, Lon Kelley, and William E. Irwin. They have contributed to several collections, including Rescuing Texas History, University of North Texas Archives, and the German Immigration to Texas collection.

The Society is dedicated to preserving the heritage of Clay County through collection, preservation, and display of artifacts and historical material; by maintaining a museum; and conducting activities to promote awareness and to provide education.

Contact

Lucille Glasgow

940-524-3465

lucille.glasgow@yahoo.com

Address

Clay County Historical Society, Inc.
PO Box 483
Henrietta, TX 76365

alternate email: info@claycountyjailmuseum.org

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Description

The Clay County Historical Society presents a rich collection of photographs that include early images of Henrietta and surrounding Clay County. Also featured are images of Native Americans taken by photographers Alice Snearly, Lon Kelley, and William E. Irwin. They have contributed to several collections, including Rescuing Texas History, University of North Texas Archives, and the German Immigration to Texas collection.

The Society is dedicated to preserving the heritage of Clay County through collection, preservation, and display of artifacts and historical material; by maintaining a museum; and conducting activities to promote awareness and to provide education.