Scholars Speak: Seeing the Future in a Brighter Light

This post is part of our blog series “Scholars Speak,” which features writing from our 2023 cohort of Preservation Scholars. […]

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Leave a Legacy – Pay it Forward to Preserve the Past (Summer 2023)

Past Matters Summer 2023; posted on 06/19/2023 A Note from the Executive Director “These trees which he plants, and under […]

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Meet the 2023 Preservation Scholars (Summer 2023)

Past Matters Summer 2023; posted on 06/19/2023 Join us in welcoming the Preservation Scholars Class of 2023! Each year, the […]

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Welcoming the Bush Family Home State Historic Site to the THC (Summer 2023)

Past Matters Summer 2023; posted on 06/19/2023 The Bush Family Home State Historic Site in Midland became part of the […]

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The Green Book and HBCU’s in Texas: Preservation Scholars Help Research the Past (Winter 2023)

Past Matters Winter 2023; posted on 02/27/2023 During the Jim Crow era, African Americans endured discriminatory hazards while traveling around […]

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Friends Honoring Friends (Winter 2023)

Past Matters Winter 2023; posted on 02/27/2023 On February 1st, 2023, the Friends of the Texas Historical Commission (FTHC) along […]

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Telling the Full Starr Story (Winter 2023)

Past Matters Winter 2023; posted on 02/27/2023 Large historic homes hold a bounty of interesting stories within their walls. Visitors […]

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Stewarding History into the New Year (Winter 2023)

Past Matters Winter 2023; posted on 02/27/2023 A Note from the Executive Director By Anjali Kaul Zutshi A belated, but […]

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In Gratitude for Your Support

Greetings! We are thrilled to be connecting back with you after a hot summer and following the end of what […]

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