Hundreds of artifacts -- including swords as well as kitchen utensils used by Spanish settlers and indigenous people of the American Southwest -- have a new home at the Alamo. Officials with the Alamo Trust have announced they have acquired the collection belonging to longtime collectors Donald and Louise Yena. Yena is also a noted artist who used the artifacts to inform his art. The 89-year-old Yena says it's important to his family that the collection be shared with San Antonio as well as the many visitors to the Alamo each year. The collection will be displayed at the Alamo Collections Center that is scheduled to open early next year.