Of collecting institutions in the U.S. need additional training for their staff and volunteers caring for collections
From the THC Blog
A closer look at La Grange, where Main Street managers and staff converged June 4–7 for the Texas Main Street Summer Workshop.
The arts and historic preservation recently converged in an unexpected way: a poem inspired by a visit to Fort Griffin.
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Follow the preservation success of Texas communities like Paris, Brownsville, Castroville, Georgetown, Mt. Vernon, Nacogdoches, San Marcos, and Waxahachie, and nominate your town for the 2014 First Lady’s Texas Treasures Award. The award will recognize one community in 2014 that utilizes multiple resources offered by the Texas Historical Commission (THC), as well as those of other organizations or state agencies, to support historic preservation initiatives. The winning community will be announced later in the year, and receive special signage and a video highlighting the community as a unique heritage tourism destination.