San Jancinto Museum of History

Board of Trustees

The San Jacinto Museum of History Association is a non-profit education organization whose purposes are to collect and preserve significant historical materials which relate to the early history and culture of Texas, and to promote the study of the history of Texas through exhibits, publications and educational programs. The Museum places special significance on interpreting the Texas Revolution and the Battle of San Jacinto, the period of the Republic of Texas, and the San Jacinto Battleground State Historical Park and all of its historical components.


 Board of Trustees                    Advisory Board

  • Mr. Robert B. Hixon – Chair
  • Mrs. Verlinde Hill Doubleday — Secretary
  • Mr. Arthur Seeligson — Treasurer
  • Mrs. Sadie Gwin Blackburn
  • Ms. Nancy T. Burch
  • Mr. Tom M. Davis, Jr.
  • Dr. J. F. (Frank) de la Teja
  • Mr. James B. Earthman, III
  • Mrs. Dorothy Knox Howe Houghton
  • Mr. Frank G. Jones
  • Mrs. Ann H. Kelsey
  • Mr. Michael N. Lamb
  • Mr. Townes Pressler, Jr.
  • Dr. David Randall
  • Hon. Mark W. White


  • Hon. Kenneth E. Bentsen, Jr.
  • Mrs. Mary Bates Bentsen
  • Mr. Bo Bothe
  • Dr. Douglas Brinkley
  • Mr. Andrew W. Burch
  • Mrs. Shannon Wood Bush
  • Hon. Frank W. Calhoun
  • Mr. William P. Conner
  • Dr. Patricia Lynn Denton
  • Mr. George J. Donnelly
  • Mr. R. Gideon Hixon
  • Mrs. Sarita Armstrong Hixon
  • Mrs. Susan Booth Keeton
  • Mr. William R. Kelsey
  • Mr. E. Douglas McLeod
  • Mr. Chad H. Muir
  • Mr. Urban F. O'Brien
  • Ms. Sarah J. Pitt
  • Mr. Risher Randall
  • Mr. James A. Reeder, Jr.
  • Mr. Edward G. Steves
  • Mr. Dan Sugulas
  • Mr. Gene Van Dyke

Form 990

bbb logoThe most recent revised Form 990 for the San Jacinto Museum is made available to the public so that donors and other potential funders can easily access information about how we govern ourselves, how we allocate our resources and what we do with our collections. This document and our other core documents and practices have been reviewed by the Houston Better Business Bureau (BBB) and the museum has been found to meet all Twenty Standards for Charity Accountability and is a BBB Seal Holder. Download the museum's Form 990.