Guys, I would like to suggest that you give (donate) these to the state archives, so that the citizens of the state can have access to the works and they can be saved. The archives of the state is the building just to the right hand side of the capitol building in Austin, Texas. That will also insure that no one college or University will just junk them as being racist history or an era that they are trying to forget. The Simpson libiary at Hill College, was at one time the Libiary of Texas Confederate Studies or something along those lines. It has been changed and the rebel flag removed from the logo, to Heritage Libiary or something along those lines of PC. So were ever you donate them, make sure they make you a promise that they take care, share, and save these for the future people of this state or they are to be returned to you or an member of your family, who will promise to fine them a good home, with the same promise that the first museum/school promised. In fact make it a contract. And have it were you or those who come after you can come and check up on the place to see that the contract is being carried out. For real stuff, they will do it. Texas State University bent over backwards for some junk from the Lonesome Dove movie set, as if it was Hollywood's best effort. Just do some calling, and Good Luck.