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Jane Nicholson Cable Edit Profile

cultural organization administrator

Jane Nicholson Cable, American cultural organization administrator.

Background

Cable, Jane Nicholson was born on July 2, 1935 in San Benito, Texas, United States. Daughter of Morris Sheppherd and Janie Miles (Monroe) Nicholson.

Education

Student, University Texas, 1956.

Career

Teacher Guam Independent School District, Guam, Mariana Islands, 1960-1961. Executive director Harris County Heritage Society, Houston, since 1987. Board directors Greater Houston Preservation Alliance.

Board directors, vice president, Historic Anderson, Inc. Secretary Business Arts Fund, Houston, 1985-1989.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: (historic game) Houston Panarama. Exhibit chairman Museum of Texas History, Houston, 1986.

Membership

President Houston Alumnae Panhellenic Association, 1974-1975. Board directors, chairman Womens Christian Home, Houston, 1977-1981. Board directors Homes of St. Mark, Houston, 1985-1988.

Secretary Avalon Property Owners Association, Houston, 1988-1989. Member Texas Association Museums, American Association Museums, Texas Historical Foundation, Historic Anderson, Inc., Zeta Tau Alpha (certified merit 1975).

Connections

Married Olin Ray Cable, March 9, 1957. Children: Elizabeth Cable Cotton, Miles Nicholson.

father:
Morris Sheppherd Cable

spouse:
Olin Ray Cable

child:
Elizabeth Cable Cotton Cable

child:
Miles Nicholson Cable