Glimpses into the past can help us understand what is happening around us now, as well as help provide a part of the map to the future.

After being closed, for the most part, for more than a decade, the county’s museum is ready to open, part-time at least, officials said.

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Ted Gillis

I remember visiting the museum back in mid 1970’s. Maury Darst sort of made it an un-implied, unofficial, non pre-request for the class he taught at Galveston College. Great stuff about the 1900 Storm and about early commerce in the state. I look forward to visiting it again.

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