Webb Society Meetings

WEBB HISTORICAL SOCIETY ANNUAL MEETINGS

The Fall Meeting of the Webb Society will be held in Nacogdoches, Texas on October 5-6, 2018.  The meeting will include visits and activities at tours at Stephen F. Austin State University, the East Texas Research Center, a visit to the home where Sam Houston was baptized, and much more!  See you soon!

The Annual Meeting of the Webb Society will be held in conjunction with the 123nd  Annual Meeting of the Texas State Historical Association. This year's Annual Meeting will be held in Corpus Christi, Texas, February 28- March 2, 2019.

 TSHA/Webb Society Annual Meeting

Annual Meeting Registration FormAcrobat PDF file, requires Acrobat Reader

Chapter Update and Member Forms

Chapter Record Update Form

Member Record Form
We ask that Webb Society chapter members, complete a Webb Society Member Record.
Webb Society Member Record Form

Benefits to completing the Member Form include:
Listing in the Official Webb Society Records
Each member will receive the Webb Society newsletter, Telegraph and Texas Register, by e-mail, twice a year
*You must be a member of an official Webb Society Chapter to be listed as a Webb Member.


Webb Society Honor Cords

The Webb Society Honor Cords signifies your membership and participation in the Walter Prescott Webb Historical Society. Any member of Webb Society is eligible to wear the Red/White/Blue honor cord. Those who have won a Caldwell Award or have been a member of a chapter when it was awarded Chapter of the Year, are eligible to wear the Red/Black/Gold honor cord.

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Educational Services Division.

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