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The mission of the Oklahoma Historical Society (OHS) is to collect, preserve, and share the history and culture of the state of Oklahoma and its people. The OHS was founded on May 27, 1893, by members of the Territorial Press Association.Joined: May 2009.
The Old Jail Art Center (OJAC) first opened in 1980 in the first permanent jail built in Shackelford County, comprised of four small galleries. It functions as a primary cultural resource for the region, providing visual art, performing art, and local history resources for residents and visitors alike, and fostering memorable experiences.Joined: May 2014.
In 1879, settlers in Grayson County created the Association a few miles southwest of Sherman. Since then, the group changed its name and bought land in the county, and today functions as a preserver of the area's history. The group grants financial assistance to local libraries, educational institutions, and museums.Joined: May 2009.
The Orange County Historical Society works to document and preserve the history of the Southeastern Texas region along the Sabine River. They hold quarterly meetings and regularly publish information about the county's history.Joined: June 2013.
The Sueltenfuss Library at Our Lady of the Lake University contributes material from its Special Collections. The special collections include a Texana Collection of nearly 1300 books covering the history, culture, and institutions of Texas from the Spanish colonial period to the late 20th century; rare books including liturgical and theological texts from the 15th to the 18th century; several rare Mexican songbooks; books covering the history, laws, language, society, and culture of Hispanic America during the Spanish colonial period; and rare serials and ephemera.Joined: June 2021.