Texas History Day Merchandise

Proceeds from the sale of the following products help support National History Day in Texas. We thank you in advance for your support! 


White exhibit board with title board.

White Exhibit Boards

Taller, wider, and deeper than your off-the-shelf exhibit board, these double‐thick, corrugated boards are 48 inches tall and 72 inches wide. When displayed there are 23.5 inch wide side panels and a 25 inch wide center panel. Optional title panels extend to the maximum 40 inch width allowed by History Day rules and are 10 inches tall. They are sold individually or in bundles of 10.

Purchase Boards

Black exhibit board with title board.

Black Exhibit Boards

Taller, wider, and deeper than your off-the-shelf exhibit board, these double‐thick, corrugated boards are 48 inches tall and 72 inches wide. When displayed there are 23.5 inch wide side panels and a 25 inch wide center panel. Optional title panels extend to the maximum 40 inch width allowed by History Day rules and are 10 inches tall. They are sold individually or in bundles of 10.

Purchase Boards

Honor cords are available for Texas History Day participants

Purchase Honor Cords

Senior division participants, share your NHD accomplishments with classmates and family at graduation. Three color patterns: State Participants- Red/White/Blue, State Finalists-Red/Black/White, NHD National Contestant-Red/Black/Silver, and NHD National Finalist-Red/Black/Gold
$10.00

   
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