330 Texas Historical Association Quarterly.
AFFAIRS OF THE ASSOCIATION.
The fourteenth annual meeting of the Association was held at
the University March 2, 1910. The program consisted of two
papers, one by Mr. E. W. Winkler and the other by Judge Z. T.
Fulmore. Mr. Winkler's paper, which appears at length in this
number of THE QUARTERLY, was entitled "The Journal of a Bexar
Prisoner"; Judge Fulmore's article was entitled "Geography and
History in the Two Hundred and Forty-five County Names of
Texas." In it he explained the origin of many of the county
names, and briefly sketched the history of a few of the men for
whom counties have been named. This paper was made up of ex-
tracts from a book of the same title which Judge Fulmore will
publish in the near future.
In the business meeting, which folowed the public exercises, the
following officers were elected:
Judge A. W. Terrell, president.
Hon. Beauregard Bryan, first vice-president.
Mr. R. L. Batts, second vice-president.
Dr. M. J. Bliem, third vice-president.
Mr. Luther W. Clark, fourth vice-president.
Mr. J. L. Worley, corresponding secretary and treasurer.
President S. P. Brooks and Mr. E. C. Barker, members of the
Council from the Fellows.
Twenty new members were added to the Association. Mr. C.
T. Neu was elected a Fellow.
Gifts and Exchanges for the Year Ending March 2, 1910.
AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SocIETY.-Worcester, Mass.-Proceed-
ings of the Society, as issued.
AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR INTERNATIONAL CONCILIATION.-Interna-
AMERICAN CATHOLIC HISTORICAL SOCIETY, Philadelphia, Pa.-
Records, as issued.
AMERTICAN CATHOLIC HISTORICAL RESEARCHES, Philadelphia, Pa.
-This magazine, as issued.
Texas State Historical Association. The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association, Volume 13, July 1909 - April, 1910. Austin, Texas. The Portal to Texas History. http://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth101051/. Accessed February 27, 2015.