In May of 2022, The Portal to Texas History announced the call for submissions for its most recent round of the Rescuing Texas History program. Rescuing Texas History 2022, is the fourteenth year of the program, which has brought to light over 75,700 items from 383 projects. Since the beginning of the program there have been over 16 million uses of materials hosted on The Portal to Texas History that were received in response to past call for submissions.
Each selected project is provided with up to $1,000 of digitization services and the materials come from libraries, archives, museums, historical societies, and other groups (including individuals) that house historical materials.
We are thrilled to announce this year’s awardees! Congratulations to:
|Private Collection of the Ritchie Family||Fannin County Museum of History||Fort Davis Historical Society||Botanical Research Institute of Texas|
|First Baptist Church of Rockwall||Tarrant County Black Historical and Genealogical Society||Texas Lutheran University||Hondo Public Library|
|Private Collection of TB Willis||Fort Worth Jewish Archives||Fannin County Historical Commission||Lunar Planetary Institute Library|
|Interurban Railway Museum||City of Galveston||Historic Upshur Museum||Moody Medical Library|
|Private Collection of the Gellner Family||Midland Historical Society||Kerr County Historical Commission||Botanical Research Institute of Texas|