On Wednesday, Sept. 26 at 2:00 PM Aransas County Historical Society will have an open meeting at Dairy Queen, Rockport. The first one in a year! Come by, check in, chat and find out what’s been happening around ACHS.
The Aransas County Historical Society, like most of its members, was impacted by Hurricane Harvey. Perhaps the most significant impact to the Society was the loss of the space that had been home to the ACHS Lab. The result of this is that we are not currently able to provide access for the public to our collections. We are currently… Read more »
We are currently in the process of updating the Aransas County History Society website. We will begin posting current newsletters again soon!
Got old photos lying around? Convert them to CASH by entering the 2015 ACHS PHOTO CONTEST FOR THE 2016 HISTORICAL CALENDAR! We are seeking historic photos related to Aransas County history that are at least 25 years old. The three top entries will receive cash prizes of $100, $50 and $25, and will be published in the 2016 Calendar AND… Read more »
The life of an intern at the historical society: Part I | Chestnut Hill Local Philadelphia PA.
The life of an intern at the historical society, Part II | Chestnut Hill Local Philadelphia PA.
The Web Site: Michael Tormey’s “Legacy Blog”. This has come up in conversation a few times recently. This article may be of use to many of our members! This article pertains to your family bible, photographs, and memorabilia as much as your genealogical research. The ACHS scans old photos from Aransas County 25 years old or older and archives them… Read more »
The Debate Over the Ethics of Photo Restoration | Michael Tormey’s “Legacy Blog”.
Past and present combine in photography project Jenna Goodwin from Ash Bank, Great Brittan, wants to create a number of ‘merged’ photographs of the six towns comprising Stoke on Trent and some of the city’s villages. She does this by stitching together a modern and historic photograph of an area to give a unique perspective on the past, present… Read more »
Iconic Black and White Photographs, Colorized. A sizable number of history’s most unforgettable images were photographed in black and white. Now, through the digital process of colorization, we can see how these scenes might have appeared in person.