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The Texas Historical Commission encourages communities to preserve historic buildings in their original locations, but in the case of B'nai Abraham, the agency "recognized that additional negotiation wouldn't have changed the outcome," said an agency spokesman, Chris Florance.
About the Admiral Nimitz Foundation The Admiral Nimitz Foundation supports, operates, and manages the National Museum of the Pacific War, which is a Texas Historical Commission property.
The "very long, tedious" and ongoing restoration process includes in-depth study of the structure in question, determining the proper course of action, getting necessary permissions from the Texas Historical Commission, and hiring the right architect and engineer who know how to work with buildings that are nearly three centuries old.
In July 1995, Texas Historical Commission archeologists who first spotted the wreck - the second-oldest ever found in Texas waters - also discovered a cannon matching the two newest discoveries.
The distinction from the Texas Historical Commission (THC) honors Texas-based businesses that have been in existence for more than 50 years, and have remained in good standing.
To celebrate and encourage travel in Texas, the Governor's Division of Economic Development and Tourism, in partnership with the Texas Historical Commission, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, Texas Department of Transportation, Texas Commission on the Arts and Texas Department of Agriculture, is launching the Travel Matters in Texas Sweepstakes, an interactive social media promotion, on May 4.
David is a commissioner and chairman of the Marketing and Strategy Committees for the Texas Historical Commission, a trustee of The Hockaday School and a director of the American Film Institute/Dallas.
Debbi Head, spokeswoman for the Texas Historical Commission said no official application process is required by law but that "if we were to receive a request, [the content] would be considered.