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Blanco County Historical Commission
P.O. Box 1121
Johnson City, Texas 78636

PROMOTING, PRESERVING & PROTECTING BLANCO COUNTY HISTORY


Officers

Chairman: Barbara Homer        512/858-7246     email: jbarblonghorns@aol.com
Historian: Pat Althaus   830/868-4850        email: althaus@moment.net
Publicity:  Sharon Hawkins      830/868-9075
Immediate Past Chairman:  Joel Honeycutt   830/868-7044 email: honeycu@moment.net

NOTE:  Pat Althaus said she could do lookups for Blanco County because she works part time at the Blanco County Courthouse in Johnson City.  She said she would need general dates, maiden names and general locality of where the person was located.  Her lookups will be limited at the moment because she is in the middle of eye surgery.  It would be best if you only asked for one family at a time.   WQ

Contact person for the Texas Historical Commission is:
Judge Bill Guthrie
P.O Box 471
Johnson City, TX 78636

Membership Information -- It is not necessary to be a resident of Blanco County to attend meetings, although you must be a resident to be appointed to the Commission. Non-residents may be Friends of BCHC.  Contact the current Secretary/Treasuer for more information.

Meetings held 3rd Thursday of January, March, May, July, September, and November. (exact locations to be announced) November meeting is always a covered dish supper and this year will be held at the Pedernales Electric Coop building in Johnson City.

July meeting will be held in the Commissioners Court Room at the County Courthouse in Johnson City, Texas

 


Messages from the Historical Commission

In an effort to expand the holdings and resources of the Historical Commission's library, the Blanco County Historical Commission would like to invite anyone with heritage in Blanco County, to submit a copy of their family history to the library. These family histories do not have to be "professionally published" works. They can include small "folder" editions, essays, or family recollections that have been passed down through the family. Copies of any other "collections" that might be of historical or genealogical value such as newspaper clippings, news articles, old photo collections, journals, etc. are also welcomed. 



LINKS

Blanco County Links

Blanco Library Home Page

Lyndon B. Johnson National Historical Park

Unofficial Guide to Johnson City and the LBJ Hill Country


Other Texas Links

Barker Texas History collection

Center for American History

Texas Historical Commission

Red Neck Tex's Texas History Resources


This page was Updated February 13, 2003
Please send comments or suggestions to either Wanda Qualls or Pat Althaus




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