Kay Hindes, City Archeologist, October 6



The Cultural Arts Committee of the King William Association is sponsoring a lecture on Friday, Oct. 6 at the King William Association office.
The talk will be from 6:30 to 8:30 and is free and open to the public.
The speaker will be Kay Hindes, City Archeologist.
She will be speaking on current issues in San Antonio archaeology. She specializes in Spanish Colonial archaeology which includes the Alamo.
She is widely known for her expertise.
Please call Monica at the KW office 210 (227-8786)
to reserve your place.

122 Madison St, San Antonio, 78204

Historian and archeologist Kay Hindes has worked as the City Archeologist for the City of San Antonio since 2003. She received her B.A. in Anthropology from the University of Texas at Austin and has conducted a variety of cultural resource studies. A specialist in Spanish Colonial mission archeology and archival research, Hindes was instrumental in the locating the site of Mission San Saba as well as identifying the second location of Mission Espiritu Santo in Victoria. She is the author of The Rediscovery of Santa Cruz of San Sabá, A Mission for the Apache in Spanish Texas (Texas Historical Commission and Texas Tech University). She recently received the Texas Historical Commission’s Award of Merit in Archeology for her contributions to historical preservation.