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LUBBOCK HERITAGE SOCIETY IN THE NEWS
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On September 13, 2012, at the Lubbock City Council Meeting, Councilman Victor Hernandez proposed that the Landwer-Manicapelli house, located near the Buddy Holly Recreation area on North University, be renovated and turned into a Lubbock Hispanic Cultural Center. LHS feels that this house, which was designed a local historic landmark in February, 1982, is an important structure to preserve and members of our organization attended the meeting to show our support for Councilman Hernandez's efforts. The building had been operated as a community center and party house by the City of Lubbock until 2008 when structural concerns caused it to be shut down.
Lubbock Heritage Society connects past with present - LHS hosted a photo roundup for pictures that will be used to publish a book about the history of Lubbock. Read More
Lubbock Heritage Society helps restore church - LHS, with the help of Parkhill Smith & Cooper, raised funds and relocated the historic St. Paul's of the Plains Church building. Read More
Heritage group program puts spotlight on Depression era - LHS's program at Mahon Library focuses on Lubbock-area projects completed during the Great Depression. Read More
"Preserving the Past to Clarify the Future"
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|Lubbock Heritage Society, P. O. Box 5443, Lubbock, Texas 79408 (806) 392.4949, LubbockHeritageSociety@gmail.com|