THE CRADLE is located in Galveston, Texas and is known as the"Birthplace of DRT". In the summer of 1891, in this small law breitling replica library belonging to her father, Betty Ballinger and her cousin, Hally Bryan, conceived the idea of an organization to preserve and honor the memories of the men and women who fought for Texas Independence. Hours are by appointment rolex five letters only. Contact Linda Cooper at (409)938-8053.
 
THE REPUBLIC OF TEXAS MUSEUM AND THE DRT BUSINESS OFFICE are located at 510 E. Anderson Lane in Austin, Texas,78752. The Museum and office are open Mon - Thurs, 9:00 am - 4:30 pm.
 
 
 
THE DRT LIBRARY COLLECTION is located on the grounds of the Alamo.The library has been developed and is maintained by The Daughters of The Republic of Texas for the use of all researchers. The non-circulating collection pertains to hublot replica uk the history of Texas, San Antonio, and the Alamo.

DRT Library Hours- Open 6 days a week
9:00 am -5:00 pm (Mon-Sat)

 
THE J.B. WELLS HOUSE is located in Gonzales, Texas. The house is owned by The Daughters of the Republic of Texas and is maintained by the Gonzales chapter of DRT. The house is opened by appointment only. Please contact Mrs. Polly Fink at 830-672-3309.
 

 

 
 
THE FRENCH LEGATION
The French Legation in Austin, Texas, was originally built by the French diplomat to The Republic of Texas, Alphonse Dubois de Saligny. In 1956, the home became a museum under the custodianship of The Daughters of The Republic of Texas. Today, the Museum is devoted to sharing the site’s past and rich cultural history of Texas with the public. The French Legation is open 6 days a week, 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm (Tues - Sun).
 
During the summer of 1891, in her father’s law library in Galveston, Texas, a site that is now known as the “Cradle,”  Miss Betty Ballinger and her cousin, Miss Hally Bryan, conceived the idea of forming an organization to forever perpetuate the memory of the Texas pioneer families and soldiers of the Republic of Texas by forming an association of their descendants. This year the Daughters will celebrate 124 years of preserving the history of the great State of Texas. The organization has 106 chapters in Texas and over 8000 members located in Texas and throughout the world!