Walk the Talk Campaign

Home / Walk the Talk Campaign

Your generosity ensures that the Museum remains a vital force and continues to blaze a new trail in education, telling the amazing, high-adventure stories of the diverse men and women who came before, and inspiring new generations of students. 

WALK THE TALK

With a donation of just $25 or more, you receive a pair of Bryan Museum collectible socks featuring items from the Museum’s Collection. Sock designs include figures from the Battle of San Jacinto diorama at The Bryan Museum (Sam Houston and Santa Anna), the sword that defeated Santa Anna, a 1650 Spanish Pistol from Catalonia and a Texas Calvary Hat star.

Wear them proudly. Walk the talk by bringing history to life! Give $100 or more and get all four collectible socks!

  (If you donate under $100, collectible sock choice will be determined by available inventory)

 

We know you share our belief that history is a source of continuing wisdom and insight in uncertain times and that through history we discover common ground. At the Museum, students and visitors learn first-hand about the people, landscapes, themes of Texas and the West, and the values of courage, determination, and perseverance embodied by those who made the West their home. As you know, the Museum’s mission of education requires a serious investment of resources to preserve and present the history of Texas, connecting to audiences of all ages and backgrounds.

There is no more important moment than now to reaffirm your support to safeguard and share that history that continues to inspire people around the world. That’s why The Bryan Museum exists. The Museum is at the forefront of bringing history to life and support from caring patrons like you can keep the promise alive.

The Museum is open every week of the year, many new offerings have been made available on-line for those who can’t make the trip to The Museum. These offerings showcase our storied past and include our Living History Video Series, The Battle of San Jacinto eBook, online exhibits, a web-based teacher resource center, the Hidden History Lecture Series, and special exhibitions to name a few. In addition, the Museum’s galleries provide engaging information and first-rate experiences that everyone can enjoy.

Your generosity ensures that the Museum remains a vital force and continues to blaze a new trail in education, telling the amazing, high-adventure stories of the diverse men and women who came before, and inspiring new generations of students. Together we can ensure that the dynamic history of Texas and the West and the important values they represent will not be forgotten and will be proudly told at The Bryan Museum far into the future.

Please take a moment to support the Museum’s vital work and send your tax-deductible gift today in the envelope enclosed for your convenience. As a public charity, the support of members and donors like you is essential, now more than ever.

With warm regards,


Joan Marshall
Director

 


J.P. Bryan
Founder