Friends of the Log House
The Pioneer Memorial Log House was built in 1936 by the San Jacinto Chapter of the Daughters of the Republic of Texas as a Houston hospitality center to commemorate the Texas Centennial. It is now a teaching center, a venue for private functions and a meeting site of the San Jacinto Chapter DRT. The mission of the Log House is to collect and preserve documents and relics related to the early history of Texas, Texians, and Houston and to encourage the study of Texas history through exhibits, literature and educational programs.
The Friends of the Log House was begun as a vehicle to give continued support of this historic building. Membership is open to anyone who loves Texas history and wants to help us foster that passion and enthusiasm.We encourage friends and acquaintances to join us in continuing our mission of preserving the past and protecting the future of our state's history.
An annual contribution is a great help in maintaining the house and grounds. All monetary contributions are tax exempt and help us meet our obligations. We also accept donations of furniture, equipment, landscape services, etc. You can also remember the Log House as a beneficiary in your will.
Many opportunities are available to volunteer your services as a log house docent in our out-reach education to schools and private groups, in hosting programs and special events, and in maintaining our gardens and grounds. We welcome associate members, honorary members, and all Texas history enthusiasts to become a Friend of the Log House.
Our membership levels are as follows:
Texas Star- $25
Silver Star- $50
Shining Star- $100
Gold Star- $250
Lone Star- $500
Platinum Star- $1,000 and higher
The Friends of the Log House appreciates our unique facility and is mindful of our stewardship of the house and grounds.We thank you for your past interest and invite you to share in the continuing effort to support our goals and ideals.
Past Contributors in kind
Coale Roofing, Inc., John Stroman
Golden Construction, Johnny Golden
ACT Pipe and Supply, Harry Kirk
Warehouse Frames 'N Gallery
Young Contractors Forum of the Associated General Contactors
Taste of Texas Restaurant
Chero-Key Piping Co., Michael Watts
Great Western Growers
Longpoint Pest Control, Randy Barton
Raus Contruction, Johnny Raus
Project Renovation Management by Johnny Langer
Gaskey Construction Co., Bill Gaskey
Original Painting of Log House by Hunter George
Restoration Services Inc., RSI Inc., Jimmy Smith
Landscape Depot, LLC, Dudley and Sharlet Warner
Kroger Community Rewards and Randalls grocery stores have given Daughters of the Republic of Texas, Pioneer Memorial Log House new numbers.
Kroger Plus Card: #RF149
Randalls: #14197 (as of March 2021)
You can request these numbers to be programmed into your shopping cards to donate to the Log House.