Orange County Historical Society to visit Heritage House Museum

 

Last updated 8/1/2023 at 3:02pm

The Orange County Historical Society will visit the Heritage House Museum of Orange County for its quarterly meeting on August 8, at 5:30 p.m. Adam Conrad, President of the Board of Directors of the Heritage House, and Charlotte Alford, Museum Director, will speak at the meeting. The meeting is open to the public.

The Heritage House Museum is a restored example of a middle-class residence, presenting the lifestyles of the upper middle class in the early twentieth century. It is a Recorded Historic Texas Landmark by the Texas Historical Commission. The Heritage Museum reopened late last year after recovery from hurricane damage. It is located at 905 W. Division in Orange.

Sarah Boehme, President of the Orange County Historical Society, invited the public, “We are grateful to the Heritage House for opening for this meeting we hope our early evening meeting time will give people an opportunity to come and see the restoration of this Orange, Texas landmark.”

The Orange County Historical Society will provide light refreshments at the meeting.

 

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