We offer a variety of items that celebrate the history and heritage of Baytown. When you purchase any of the products below, you are helping to preserve a part of Baytown's rich history.
In addition to placing orders by mail with a check, all items may be purchased securely with a credit card or PayPal by emailing us at email@example.com. (A PayPal account is not needed to use your debit or credit card.) In your email, include the merchandise you would like to order and the quantity of each. Also, please let us know if you would like your order to be mailed or if you will pick it locally.
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Own a piece of the Old Oak Tree!
Missed out last Christmas getting a pen depicting the City of Baytown’s Official Symbol? We are pleased to announce that we are having a few more pens made out of the clipped branches remaining from the Texas Avenue Oak Tree when it was pruned in March 2017 by Baytown Parks and Recreation Department. The pens should arrive in early December—just in time for Christmas. If you would like to place an order for these exquisite looking pens, please click on the pen photo above for info/order form. Deadline for ordering is Tuesday, August 27, 2019.
Baytown, the Yesteryears!
Baytown, the Yesteryears, a collection of articles written by Wanda Orton and published throughout the years in The Baytown Sun, is the perfect gift for anyone with a Baytown connection.
Click on the book image for more information on how to order this unique book.
Click on book image for more information
Our 2021 limited edition tree ornament depicts Radio Station KREL 1360.
Known as the “sports, news and music” station of the Gulf Coast area, KREL was founded in 1947 by The Baytown Sun and named in honor of Robert E. Lee High School. Rascal McCaskill’s renowned “Night Train” had thousands of teenagers tuning in nightly to listen to rhythm and blues, with many calling in special requests. In 1959, the station was sold and the call letters were changed to KWBA (“K-Bay”) and later to KBUK. The KREL building still stands by the railroad track at Decker Drive and Wade Road with KWWJ above its door.
For more information on how to purchase this beautiful keep ornament, click on sketch of the ornament.
Drawing is not exact colors or size of ornament
Battleship Texas at the San Jacinto Battleground
We thought it appropriate to honor the Battleship Texas at the San Jacinto Battleground on this year's ornament since she will soon be departing her berth of 72 years, where so many of us created fond memories climbing aboard the old "T" through the years.
Click on the ornament sketch for more information on this beautiful keepsake ornament and how to order.
2019 Limited Edition Tree Ornament
United States Post Office on Market Street
Our 2019 limited edition ornament depicting the Baytown Post Office on Market Street has arrived! The picturesque sketch on the ornament is from an old post card. These ornaments are a perfect gift for those who love local history. Click on the ornament sketch for more information on how to purchase this keepsake ornament.
Celebrate Christmas in July with our 2018 limited edition tree ornament of the Interurban Railbus! For more information on this beautiful ornament and how to purchase it, click on the sketch of the ornament.
Christmas on Texas Avenue in the 1950s
Our 2017 limited edition tree ornament will surely bring back fond memories to many of the hustle and bustle of the Christmas season in downtown Baytown. The picture on the ornament was sketched from an actual 1950s postcard. Click on the photo for more information on this beautiful keepsake ornament.
Back by Popular Demand! Preorders are now being taken for our Limited Edition Treasured Scenes® Tree Ornament depicting the Brunson Theater in 1956. Click on the sketch for more information on this beautiful keepsake ornament.
1956 scene of the Brunson Theater
We also have a very limited number of the ornaments depicted below. For more information or to order by mail, click on the ornament sketches (not exact size or colors) for an order form. (Please note that the sketches are not pictures of the actual ornaments.)
No. 1 Catalytic Cracking Unit
San Jacinto Inn
Harris County Library - Goose Creek Branch
1894 Wooster Schoolhouse
San Jacinto Memorial Hospital
Baytown's First Fire Station
Lillie Duke Hospital
Mailing address: P. O. Box 1244, Baytown, TX 77522-1244