Preservation Texas invites nominations for the 2019 Honor Awards. Nominations will be reviewed by a jury composed of fellow members of Preservation Texas who represent a range of professional preservation disciplines. The 2019 Preservation Texas Honor Awards will be presented on Wednesday evening, February 27, 2019 at the Paramount Theatre in Austin. Honor Award recipients… More »
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Preservation Texas invites nominations for the 2019 Most Endangered Places List. We welcome nominations from a broad spectrum of historic resources across Texas. The 2019 Most Endangered Places List will be announced on Thursday, February 28, 2019 in Austin on the south steps of the Capitol as part of our biennial Preservation Day activities. The nomination process is a… More »
The Texas Historical Commission may receive up to $12.3 million in federal funding to assist in addressing the impacts of Hurricane Harvey on significant historic properties. The agency is preparing an application to the National Park Service to secure these funds. The THC would like to hear from you regarding how funding for historic preservation can further your… More »
Join us in San Antonio on May 17, 2018 as we partner with the San Antonio Conservation Society and Villa Finale: Museum & Gardens for an evening with William J. Cook, Associate General Counsel for the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Mr. Cook will give a talk entitled Using the Law to Protect Historic Places and… More »
We are pleased to share with you a report on some of our programs and activities in 2017. We thank you for your support and wish you a Happy New Year.
We are grateful for the charitable support of preservation-minded friends to sustain us. To make a year-end donation in support of our 2017 Annual Fund, you may do so by following this link. In 2018, our Preservation Summit in Brownsville (February), regional meetings in Nacogdoches (August) and Big Spring (November), and ongoing projects at Bassett… More »
We are asking you to share your support for the Historic Tax Credit. It allows 20% of the eligible costs of rehabilitating a historic building listed on the National Register to be applied as a credit against federal income taxes. The HTC has been in place permanently since 1986 and since 2002 has created over 16,000… More »