This exhibition has been generously underwritten by:
- N.B. Ferdinandsen & Sons A/S, Gilleleje, Denmark
- The Smith Foundation
with additional support by:
- A.P. Moller-Maersk A/S
- AYG Construction, Ltd.
- Cemex, USA
- The Consulate of the Kingdom of Denmark
- David R. Pulk/E-P Team, Inc.
- Gilleleje Badebyggeri, Denmark
- Groves Industrial Supply
- E.R. Hawthorne & Co., Inc.
- Haynes Whaley Associates
- Keystone Concrete Placement
- Linbeck Group LP
- M&M Lighting, L.P.
- Mark S. Mucasey and Associates
- Sterling Steel Company
- Stray Cat Transport, Inc.
- Summit Steel
- TNT Crane & Rigging, Inc.
- Trio Electric
- Triple-S Steel Supply
- Troop 1190 of the Boy Scouts of America
- Union Pacific Railroad
with special thanks to:
- The Honorable Anna Holliday, Honorary Vice Consul, Kingdom of Denmark
- Lars Starck, N.B. Ferdinandsen & Sons A/S, Gilleleje, Denmark
- Niels Andersen, Gilleleje Badebyggeri, Gilleleje, Denmark
- Bjarni Reynisson, Take2 Film & TV Production, Copenhagen, Denmark
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|Effective April 15, 2014, admission rates for Holocaust Museum Houston will change. Please note the new rates:
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