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Like many busy seaports, Galveston attracted a substantial immigrant population in the late 1800s. For many, traditional family support was an ocean away, meaning unexpected accidents or epidemics led to shattered families. In 1879, the local business community came together to establish the Island City Protestant and Israelitish Orphans Asylum. The orphanage later dropped its religious affiliation and was renamed the Galveston Orphans Home.
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Galveston’s Bryan Museum celebrates the exuberant history of Mardi Gras through the fabric of designers past and present.
The Bryan Museum is proud to present, “Mardi Gras: Party By Design.” The exhibition will be on view at the Bryan Museum from February 10 through March 26, 2023. The sparkling costumes and capes worn by revelers during Mardi Gras season bathe the parties and parades in a dazzling wash of…
The Modern Cowboy and an Early Photographic Process on Display at The Bryan Museum with 21st Century Cowboys
Galveston, TX – November 18, 2022 - The Bryan Museum is proud to present a new exhibition, “21st Century Cowboys: The Tintypes of Robb Kendrick.” The exhibition will be on view at the Bryan Museum from November 13, 2022 through January 15, 2023. Robb Kendrick has been photographing cowboys for…