Friends for the Preservation of Historic Landa Park invite you to explore the new historical book, the only one of it's kind: New Braunfels Historic Landa Park, Its Springs and Its People (438 pages). This beautiful coffee table collectors item also includes 2 companion volumes, Native American Artifacts, Comal Springs in Landa Park (14 pages) and The Comal Springs of Historic Landa Park (44 pages).
Co-authors Rosemarie Gregory and Arlene Seales, along with local artists Elizabeth Felton and Channe Felton worked for 5 years on the in-depth research which includes revealing information about the formation of the Comal Springs millions of years ago, Native Americans near the springs, a royal settlement of the site by a German Prince, the development of the park by Harry Landa, and many other noteworthy social and historic events over the years, including Venetian Carnivals, Miss Texas Pageants and the celebration of the park's Diamond Anniversary.
These books highlight why Landa Park has remained in the heart of New Braunfels since the late 1800s. The authors encourage everyone to take a journey through its years of existence by viewing the many photos of the beauty and serenity of this Legacy Park of Texas and learn the fascinating story.
"We are excited to see this project come to fruition as members of Friends for the Preservation of Historic Landa Park and many others have dedicated much of their time to the development of these historical documents, " said Stacey Dicke, Director of Parks and Recreation.
The price of the book, which includes 2 companion volumes, is $70.
* Books are sold at the Landa Park Admin Office at 110 Golf Course Rd
* You may order a book by phone by calling our Club Treasurer, Jo Heideman, at 830-625-3186.
* The book is now available on Amazon.com
* Books are available for sale at Friends General Meetings at a 10% discount!
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Photos courtesy of : Gay Foester Woodward, Elisabet Barker, John Moler & Lesley Schlumberger