San Antonio, Texas
Street Address
107 King William Street
San Antonio, TX 78204
Mailing Address
107 King William Street
San Antonio, TX 78204
phone: 210-224-6163
fax: 210-224-6168
Museum Type(s)
Kathy Baily
Bruce MacDougal, Executive Director
phone: 210-224-6163 x111
Diana Burch, Steves Homestead House Manager
phone: 210-225-5924
Marianna Jones, Library Chairman
phone: 210-224-6163 x114
Nelle Lee Weincek, Photo Archivist
phone: 210-224-6163 x115

San Antonio Conservation Society Foundation in San Antonio, TX is one of more than 15,400 museums in the MuseumsUSA directory. Find an exciting museum to visit where you live or vacation today.


The San Antonio Conservation Society Foundation, chartered in 1970, was organized " to preserve and to encourage the preservation of historic buildings, objects, places and customs, relating to the history of Texas, its natural beauty and all that is admirably distinctive to our State; and by such physical and cultural preservatin to keep the history of Texas legible and intact to educate the public, especially the youth of today and tomorrow, with knowledge of our inherited regional values." It is a 501 ( c) (3) organization affiliated with the San Antonio Conservation Society, chartered in 1924. Both organizations are directed by the same Board of Directors.

Artifact Collections

The Steves Homestead is a Victorian era house museum. The San Antonio Conservation Society Headquarters ( Wulff House) has a library and Photo collection: Raba Photographs, turn of the century, 249 photos, Matthies Postcards, San Antonio Architecture 1910 -1970 672 postcards.

Educational Programs

Docent training program at Steves Homestead, Heritage Education Tours for fourth grade Texas history students and teachers-- Resource Manual and Heritage Education Seminar for teachers.


Newsletter is published approximately every two months and mailed to members. An annual yearbook with annual report is also published.

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