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The Historical Society of Helotes is pleased to present its Heritage Ornament Series, featuring the Marnoch Homestead and the Gugger Homestead.  The silver-like ornaments, designed and manufactured by The Charleston Mint, are packaged in a lovely black box with a clear top.  Each box includes a certificate describing the history of the homestead.  Also for purchase are the HSH logo ornament and mounted art prints of both homesteads by talended Western artist Don Moore.  Order online through PayPal.   


Ornaments, prints and books are also sold at the Historical Society booth the first Saturday of each month at Marketplace in Old Town Helotes and at other HSH events.  For more information: info@historicalsocietyofhelotes.org, or call 210-695-5328.
 

Mounted Art Prints

Ornament Type

  


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Marnoch Homestead Art Print
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Gugger Homestead Art Print
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8 oz. Wine Glass with HSH Logo
$5.00, Purchase Below
    
 

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Helotes, Where the Texas Hill Country Begins

by Cynthia Leal Massey

A comprehensive history of a town in northwest Bexar County with a unique pioneer history. 262 pages includes more than 200 photographs, illustrations, maps, endnotes, appendices, and an index of more than 1,000 names and places.
$29.95, Purchase Below
 

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Helotes, Images of America

by Cynthia Leal Massey

A fascinating pictorial history featuring 195 vintage photographs, many never before published, in a 128-page book.
$21.99, Purchase Below
 

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Folktales from the Helotes Settlement

by John Igo

A collection of personal memories, legends, customs, and beliefs of the people of the Helotes Settlement near San Antonio.
$19.95, Purchase Below
    

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Death of a Texas Ranger, A True Story of Murder & Vengeance on the Texas Frontier

by Cynthia Leal Massey

 

Winner of the 2015 Will Rogers Silver Medallion Award and a

2015 San Antonio Conservation Society Publications Award

 
In Helotes, a small settlement near San Antonio, Texas Ranger Minute Men Troop V of Medina County suffered the loss of one of their own, not by the Indian renegades they were after, but by another Ranger in the troop.
$16.95, Purchase Below
 


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The Marnoch Homestead on Scenic Loop Road is the oldest residence in Helotes.  In 2010, the Homestead wad designated a Texas Historic Landmark.  Purchase Left.
 

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The Gugger Homestead was the first building in what is now Old Town Helotes.  In 2008, the Homestead was designated a Texas Historic Landmark.  Purchase Left.
 

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Nickel-plated ornament featuring the Society's name, logo, and corn-on-the-cob hanger.  Purchase Left.

 
Society History DVD
$5.00, Purchase Below