The Friends of Winedale invite you to join us in supporting the Winedale Historical Complex of nineteenth-century buildings, early Texas decorative arts and textiles established in northern Fayette County by philanthropist Miss Ima Hogg.
In 1965, Miss Hogg donated the complex and its collections, together with the surrounding 225-acre green space and gardens, to the University of Texas to manage and preserve for future generations. Her intention was to foster an understanding of Texas history through education, research and public service.
Today Winedale is a division of the Dolph Briscoe Center for American History at The University of Texas at Austin. Friends of Winedale (FOW), a charitable organization of volunteers, serves as a principal fundraising support.