The Marguerite Rogers House Museum
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The Alvin Historical Museum
Location: Alvin, Brazoria County, Texas, United States

The Alvin Museum Society's constitution was adopted on April 12, 1976. The Society's stated mission is "to preserve the history of Alvin and its immediate area by heightening residents' awareness of the value of saving the past for the benefit of the future. Exhibits, programs, and activities that educate the museums' patrons are offered. Selected for preservation are structures, objects, documents, photographs, oral and visual histories, and all artifacts that add to the telling of Alvin's story." The Society owns and operates the Marguerite Rogers House Museum and the Alvin Historical Museum both of which are open for touring.

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Sunday, February 28, 2016 February 2016 General Membership Meeting with a theme of 40TH ANNIVERSARY THEN What was done over the years to arrive at ….NOW What has been accomplished And come with us to what is BEYOND -

Wednesday, February 24, 2016

Alvin Museum Society is proud to be a part of the Alvin Area Garden Tour again this year! Maps and details coming soon.

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Saturday, February 06, 2016

ALVIN MUSEUM SOCIETY CELEBRATES ITS 40TH ANNIVERSARY THEN What was done over the years to arrive at ….NOW What has been accomplished And come with us to what is BEYOND GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING Sunday, February 28, 2:00 pm 309 W. Sealy Street (Alvin Senior Center) In preparing for the 40th Anniversary celebration of the Society, we become increasingly aware of the countless hours spent over the years to establish and develop a museum. These efforts have not only produced one, but two, in the course of just 40 years! Combing through Society records, minutes and newsletters, we realize how many volunteers gave their time to put together and set up exhibits in various locations, prior to having our permanent museum site, and simultaneously working at raising funds to support their efforts. Today we are very fortunate to be the beneficiaries of their efforts. We are now responsible for continuing the task of recording and preserving the history of our community while, at the same time, reaching out to provide growth and educational opportunities using the historical resources we have in our museums. We invite you all to be an active participant in these efforts. Kathy Mattes

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