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P.O. BOX 178
2017 BOARD of Directors
Elected Officers
Vacant - President
Barbara Philip - Vice-President
Louise Davis - Treasurer
Nancy Sultenfuss - Secretary
Elected Directors at Large
Esther Harlee - Director
Dolores Holman, Director
Jonnie Jo Wright - Director
John Wayne Uecker - Director
Membership is open to all persons who satisfy the annual dues requirement of $15.00 per person; or $20.00 per couple; Donations are tax deductible.
The Board meets the third Wednesday of each month at 9:30 a.m. in the Kuhlmann-King Kitchen. Members are welcome to attend.
General meetings are held twice annually. The Spring Fling Social in April and the Fall Social and Awards Program in November.
Activities are published in the newsletter, MOUNTAIN LAUREL, which is sent to all members
Appointed Positions

Historical Complex Directors
Emmeline Whitworth, Paula McGehee and Martha Hawkins

Bettie Edmonds and Martha Hawkins

Memorials - Nancy Sultenfuss

Parliamentarian/By-Laws - Martha Klar

Newsletter - Bryden Moon

Accessions/Displays - Paula McGee

Historic Home Tour - Sue Martin

Publicity - Esther Harllee

Scrapbook - Sue Martin

Social- Dolores Holman, Jonnie Jo Wright and Martha Hawkins

Special Projects - Bryden Moon and John Wayne Uecker

Telephone - Dolores Holman

Yearbook - Louise Davis


BAHPS has recently announced that the Kuhlmann–King Historical House, Pioneer Kitchen and Graham Building Complex will be open to the public the second Saturday of each month,
from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Normally open by appointment only,
BAHPS will now offer regular open hours
HISTORY: The Charter Meeting of the Boerne Area Historic Preservation Society was held in the home of Mrs. Edgar (Ruby) Bergmann on December 9, 1970. The Charter from the State of Texas was received, officers were elected and the Bylaws of the organization were read and accepted by the nine ladies present. Each member was elected to a position on the Board.

The purpose for which this Society is formed is to engage in and encourage the preservation of the natural beauty of the community and of historical buildings, objects and places; thus keeping legible the history of the Boerne area, to the end that knowledge of the rich historic and inherited community values may be more widely appreciated and not be lost.

The Kuhlmann-King Historical House, a restored residence located off Blanco Street is on display by the organization to show visitors the collection of antique furniture, clothing and other period items such as utensils, dishes, clothes, pottery, linens, toys, dolls, porcelain, quilts, etc.

Next door to the Kuhlmann-King House is the Graham Building used as a museum. This was a local building donated by Mrs. and Mrs. Tom Frost and moved to the present site. The Archives in the Historical House officially opened in 1971 with some old newspapers, donated pictures and family histories. These growing files were moved to the Boerne Public Library where they shared a room with the Genealogical Society collection of books and the Boerne Cemetery Foundation records. In the fall of 2010 these records became the Core Collection for the Local and Family History Archives, a section in the Patrick Heath Public Library, Boerne, Texas now known as the Dietert Collection.

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Latest update Jan. 1, 2017