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18 quick facts about ahca
  1. AHCA is not the Austin History Center (AHC).

  2. Austin History Center is a department of the Austin Public Library; AHC staff are city employees.

  3. AHCA had 515 members in good standing at May 31, 2020.

  4. The annual AHCA operational budget is in excess of $240,000.

  5. There are two staff supporting all the activities of AHCA along with college interns.

  6. The office of AHCA is open 10 am to 6 pm and is located in O’Henry Room of the AHC.

  7. The original members of AHCA were the FOUNDERS of the Austin History Center.

  8. AHCA owns Waterloo Press, which has published seven books since 2010.

  9. AHCA sponsors the annual Austin Angelina Eberly Luncheon.

  10. AHCA is the leading local organization contributing oral histories to AHC.

  11. AHCA operates a small book store in the O’Henry Room of AHC. 

  12. The IRS granted AHCA 501 (c) 3 tax exempt status in 1980.

  13. The two living founders of AHCA are Martha Hartzog and Bob Coffee.

  14. AHCA has a website where membership renewal is available 24/7 with any credit card.

  15. For members at the $100 level and above, AHCA offers a monthly payment option.

  16. AHCA has presence on social media through Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.

  17. A $100 Level member can list two people; $250 and above can list three people in AHCA.

  18. Membership fees and the Eberly Luncheon are the principle sources of revenue for AHCA.

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