FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: March 4, 2022
Museum of North Texas History
940-322-7628 x 101
Announcing Women of Wichita County Texas Limited Edition Hardcover Book Signing
Wichita Falls, TX: The Museum of North Texas History is excited to announce the Limited-Edition Hardcover of Women of Wichita County Texas: Stories about Remarkable Women edited by Rebecca Trammell and Elizabeth Hawley. Executive Director, Madeleine Calcote says, “The hard work that went into this book is simply amazing and I cannot wait to read the stories of the wonderful women featured in this book.” The women featured in the book come from all walks of life and all eras of Wichita County history.
The Museum of North Texas History will host a book signing on Saturday, April 2, from 1:30 PM to 3:30 PM. Limited Edition Hardcover books and paperback books will be available for purchase. Rebecca Trammell and Elizabeth Hawley will be there to sign books and answer any questions.
Proceeds from books sales support the Museum of North Texas History and the Wichita County Archives.
About the Museum of North Texas History:
The Museum was founded by a group of individuals who thought that the history of North Texas should be saved and exhibited so that the community could engage with it. In 2001, the Museum opened at 720 Indiana Avenue in downtown Wichita Falls. As the only general history museum in Wichita Falls, our organization fills a need in the community. We want the people of North Texas to visit the museum and see a story that resonates with them.
Our mission is to collect, preserve, exhibit, and interpret the history of the North Texas Area and to inspire an interest in the past for the education and enrichment of people of all ages.
We aim to provide a fun and entertaining experience in history for children and adults.
For more information, contact the Museum of North Texas History at email@example.com or by calling 940-322-7628 x 101.