The Bellaire Historical Society is a 501(c)(3) non-profit
landmarks, natural beauty, documents, artifacts, records of persons
the history of the City of Bellaire and any other objects distinctive
history; all to the end that it may be a fitting memorial to those
individuals who contributed so greatly of their money, zeal and time in
the Bellaire Community a proper place to live.
THE STATE OF TEXAS, NOVEMBER 5,1974
March 13, 2014
6:30 pm Bellaire
7008 South Rice Ave.
Author, Historic Houston:
How to See It "Adventures for Heritage Tourists"
Freeman brings Houston's history to life by coupling entertaining stories of influential personalities and key events with day-trip itineraries. Freeman is a native Houstonian, a fifth-generation Texan, and the daughter of parents who also wrote books on Houston's history. She relies on careful research and personal experience to offer unforgettable adventures for heritage tourists. The day-trip plans include historical markers, museums, plantations, battle sites, and renovated historical buildings.
Bellaire, BHS's Randy McKinney featured on KHOU's Great Day Houston with Deborah
Duncan, March 21, 2012:
An invitation is
extended to anyone who
would like to visit the meetings of the Bellaire Historical Society,
and to anyone desiring to become a member.