We have a variety of Lone Star Flags and other Texana items for sale in the gift shop. Martha Lilly, Chairman of the Gift Shop and Laney Whiteman, Co-Chair have an array of crafted handmade items. Both Martha and Laney donate their handmade items to the gift shop to benefit the museum. Many novel gift items are available at normal prices.
Among a few of the handmade items are:
Tater (Potato) Bags (especially designed for many school Alumni)
Necklaces in an assortment of colors
Decorative hand towels/cups towels
Wine Bags made of burlap finished off in antique lace along with antique pins
Handmade Canes from East Texas wood
Reversible 18” Napkins
Granite Cheese Boards
Among other items are:
Texas Bird Feeder
Texas Iron on Patch
Wagon Train Doll
Heritage Museum Cookbook
Historical Note Cards
Coon Skin Cap
Train Engineer Cap
Texas Gift Bag and Texas Tissue for Gift Bag
BOOKS FOR SALE
Among books for sale are books containing Montgomery County and Texas history for adult and student reading:
Montgomery County Pictures of a Dream Coming True, Margaret Ann McCullough Yocom
Montgomery County Texas Historical Timeline, Larry Foerster
The Great Conroe Oil Field, George W. Strake, Jr.
Montgomery County, Texas, Author Robin Montgomery, Ph D
Montgomery County Texas CSA, Author Frank Johnson
Indians & Pioneers in Original Montgomery County, Author Robin Montgomery, Ph D
Roy Harris of Cut and Shoot, Roy Harris, Attorney-at-law and Robin Montgomery, Ph D
The Cradle of Texas Road, Author Robin Navarro Montgomery, Ph D and Joy Montgomery
History of Montgomery County Texas, Volume II by the Montgomery County Genealogical and Historical Society, Inc.
Copies of books written by other local authors are also available. Please check back with us as Robin Montgomery is going to compile a book of his articles written to the Conroe Courier. It will be on sale in the Gift Shop along with a book signing at the museum. Robin is also working on a Conroe Oilfield Book, showcasing Dolly Gray whose family donated the Strake-Gray Oilfield House and Roughneck House to the museum.