Gifts At Work
Museum Establishes Kathryn K. McGanity Endowment Fund
Kathy McGanity was a retired teacher, world traveler, lifelong learner, and dedicated McNay volunteer. For over 10 years, she helped organize books and materials related to the museum’s collection in the McNay library and valued her involvement with the museum.
Emily Wells Brown
In her will, Marion Koogler McNay named her friend Emily Wells Brown as one of the seven original trustees, who would oversee the transition of the McNay house and collection to an art museum.
Jane and Arthur Stieren
Ranchers, collectors of modern art, opera patrons, and philanthropists, Jane and Arthur Stieren have made contributions to the McNay that attest to their strong belief in special exhibitions as the lifeblood of an art museum.
Geraldine "Jerry" Glasscock was born in 1920 about the time that her father, famed wildcatter Gus Glasscock, started his oil drilling business in the Somerset Field, southwest of San Antonio.
Margaret Batts Tobin
Born in Bastrop, Texas, Margaret Batts attended the University of Texas and married Edgar G. Tobin in 1926. A World War I ace pilot, Tobin made his fortune in the 1920s doing aerial mapping surveys for oil leases.
Dr. and Mrs. Frederic G. Oppenheimer
Frederic Goldstein Oppenheimer (1881-1963) was born in San Antonio. He earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Texas in 1902 and a medical degree at Columbia University in 1906.