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Texas State Preservation Board

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Texas State Preservation Board

The Sam Houston State Office Building includes the offices of the Texas State Preservation Board

The Texas State Preservation Board is a state agency that maintains the Texas Capitol, the General Land Office Building (now the Texas Capitol Visitor's Center), and the Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum.[1] It has its headquarters in Suite 950 in the Sam Houston State Office Building in Downtown Austin.[2][3]

The 68th Legislature of Texas established the board in 1983 to preserve the capitol.[4]


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  2. ^ "Issued in Austin, Texas, on November 9, 1992.." University of North Texas. Accessed August 30, 2008. "[...]the Sam Houston State Office Building, 201 East 14th Street, Austin, Texas 78701."
  3. ^ "Agency Finder Executive." State of Texas. Retrieved on October 7, 2010. " Preservation Board 201 E 14th St, Ste 950 Austin, TX 78701 "
  4. ^ "HomeDome2.jpg." Texas State Preservation Board. Retrieved on October 7, 2010.

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