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Since the successful bond issue of 2001, the City of Alvin has renovated the former post office to house the Alvin Historical Museum. Located at 300 W. Sealy, Alvin, Texas, the museum is a major on-going project of the Alvin Museum Society. Exhibits have been designed and fabricated, first-class movable shelving has been installed, offices have been outfitted with furnishings and basic computer equipment, and a breakroom for volunteers has been completed. Other exhibits are being designed and constructed. Except for the basic renovation costs, the Alvin Museum Society has paid for all other improvements through fundraising and generous in-kind gifts from individuals, local businesses and organizations.

The Alvin Historical Museum and Gift Shop officially opened to the public June 1, 2007. The museum and gift shop are open Thursdays, Fridays and the first Saturday of each month from 11:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Admission is $3.00. The Alvin Museum Gift Shop provides a variety of books and other items.

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Saturday, September 08, 2012

77511 NASA Employees Continue

Here's another group of 77511 NASA employees:

Warren Earls, Jr., Julia Ebarb, Braley Evans, Paul Ferguson, Robert Foster, Tessa Foster, Chris Fredericksen, Mae Froberg, David Fuesting, Theresa Fuesting, Claudine Fulgram, Fred Fulton, Jesusa Garcia, Thomas Garrell, Gaschen Geissen, Gary Geitzman, Cindy George, Ken George, Daniel Gerik, Robert Giesecke, J. C. Gillis, Kenneth Glover, Ann Goode, Fred Graham, Bob Gray, Rachel Guerrero, Ann Haff, Sherine Hagood, Carl Hall, Loretta Hamilton, Laurie Hansen, Charles Harris, Gloria Haywood, Freddy Hinson, Christopher Hoffman, Joan Hood, William Hopmann, John Hopper, Georgie Huepers, Clem Ivan, Mary Helen Ivans, Ramon Jimenez, Lillian Johnson, Anna Kettler, Jason Kimball, Walter Klindar, Frank Knox, Wally Kocurek, Richard Kruse, Richard K. Kruse, Steven Lacombe, Bobbie Lampe, Robert Langley, Monique Lawless, Sandrea Leford, Barbara Lewis, Lori Sparks Libermann, James Little, John Llewellyn, Mark Lostracco, and Linda Lovel.

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Anonymous Roy E Pearson said...

Frank Knox and family moved here from Oak Ridge, Tennessee, to work at NASA. They lived in a home in a new subdivision just South of the College on Mustang Rd. I knew the family from my acquaintance with their son Bill Knox.

One of those quirks of small towns is that new people are not widely accepted for a while, so Bill and I became friends, but that is another story. A story that us part of the History of Alvin but not the History that the people who run the Museum of "Alvin's History" is concerned about.

Just as in current existence, history only reflect the narrow interests of a few. These few reject any input that conflicts with their positions and interests.

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