George Clapp portrait returns after resortation
The portrait of Mr. Clapp has returned to the Starr Family Home State Historic Site in Marshall after extensive restoration. This is one of 12 portraits that depict the first two generations of the Starr family and date from the mid to late 19th century. Through generous donations, the Friends was able to provide the restoration for the George Clapp portrait.
Making a Difference
On Tuesday October 21, 2014, THC Military Sites Coordinator William McWhorter presented the Department of the Interior plaque recognizing the listing of Crystal City (Family) Internment Camp on the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP).
The Friends of the THC has partnered with the Randall's Good Neighbor Program, which will donate 1% of sales made by shoppers who have linked their Randalls card to the Friends.