The Texas Ranger Hall of Fame and Museum located in Waco, Texas, is recognized by the Texas State Legislature as the official repository of the Texas Rangers. Throughout the museum are historical displays telling the well documented history of the Texas Rangers and their service in protecting the citizens of Texas, past and present. The Spindletop Tower is located in the museum’s Tobin and Anne Armstrong Texas Ranger Research Center. This space provides a “heritage gallery” and archives to share important documents and collections related to the legendary Texas Rangers. The $100,000 donation from Spindletop was made possible due to memorial donations received in 2011 in honor of Robert E. Rose, a former Spindletop trustee and friend to the Co. “A” Texas Rangers. With thousands of school age children visiting the museum each year, this donation is another way to support education while saying “thank you” to the Texas Rangers for its long-time support to Spindletop Charities, Inc., mainly by working security for the Spindletop events, while remembering a good Spindletop friend.
For more information about the Texas Ranger Hall of Fame & Museum: www.texasranger.org