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Gregg County Historical Museum About Gregg County Historical Foundation

Gregg County Historical Foundation

In 1963, the Gregg County Historical and Genealogical Society was founded with 70 charter members.  From this group, the Board of Directors of the Gregg County Historical Foundation was established and chartered by the State of Texas  on February 28, 1966.

On January 23, 1967, The Gregg County Historical Foundation was granted 501(c) (3) tax exemption by the IRS.  A twenty-four-member board of directors governs the Gregg County Historical Foundation.

The Gregg County Historical Foundation had always hoped to have a permanent place to display its collection of historic Gregg County artifacts, documents, and photographs.   Ann Lacy Crain purchased the Everett Building and on May 27, 1979, donated it to the Foundation in loving memory of her parents, Rogers and Lawson Keener Lacy.  In that year, the building was entered in the National Register of Historic Places.

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The Museum

Before the opening of the museum on June 2, 1984, extensive restoration and rehabilitation began on the historic Everett Building to transform it into Gregg County Historical Museum.

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Caddo Indians

Buddy Calvin Jones was born in Longview, TX on October 31, 1938.  Calvin's father, Bud Jones was one-eighth Creek, his mother, Wavie Jones, was one-quarter Cherokee.

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Military Collection

Arthur Northcutt Brown (September 11, 1941 - December 7, 1984) was an avid collector through-out his life. He compiled an extensive military collection, as well as other diverse...

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Contact Us

Gregg County Historical Museum
214 North Fredonia
PO Box 3342
Longview, Texas 75606
Phone: 903-753-5840
Fax: 903-753-5854
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City of Longview
Longview Railroad Junction
Gregg County
Longview News Journal
Preservation Longview

Longview Museum of Fine Arts
Greenwood Cemetery Society
Historic Gregg County
Kilgore Historical Foundation
Gladewater Museum

East Texas Oil Museum
Marshall T&P Depot
Longview World of Wonders
Longview ISD
Pine Tree ISD

Spring Hill ISD
Hallsville ISD
Trinity School of Texas
Saint Mary's School

Our Location

Longview is located in beautiful East Texas on U.S.Interstate 20 and US Highway 259.

Commercial air service at Gregg County Airport is provided by American Eagle Airlines.

Rail Service is provided by Amtrak.
The Gregg County Historical Museum is located in downtown Longview at 214 North Fredonia Street

Contact Number: (903) 753-5840

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The museum is open to the public:

Tuesday-Friday 10am-4pm

Saturday 12pm- 4pm

*Closed on Holidays
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