The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 27, July 1923 - April, 1924

Southwestern Historical Quarterly

ruary 14, 1924; William Buchanan, philanthropist, at Texarkana,
October 26, 1923; Jasper Collins, political leader, at Dallas, Jan-
uary 1, 1924; Jefferson Davis Cox, newspaper man, at Dallas, Feb-
ruary 28, 1924; E. B. Cushing, civil engineer, at Houston, Feb-
ruary 17, 1924; William H. Dougherty, ranchman, at Gainesville,
February 5, 1924; Alexander C. Garrett, bishop, at Dallas, Feb-
ruary 18, 1924; Ed J. L. Green, banker, at San Marcos, February
17, 1924; Ephraim Charles Heath, pioneer temperance and pro-
hibition advocate, at Rockwall, February 13, 1924; G. Volney How-
ard, grandson of Volney E. Howard, at Isleta, February 17, 1924;
Mrs. Willie Hutcheson, pioneer newspaper woman, at Houston,
February 10, 1924; Edward R. McLean, secretary of the Texas
Railroad Commission, at Austin, February 17, 1924; Mrs. Carrie
Sherman Menard, eldest daughter of General Sidney Sherman, at
Galveston, October 28, 1923; William W. Poindexter, jurist, at
Dallas, December 12, 1923; Edward E. Sands, civil engineer, at
Milwaukee, October 27, 1923; N. A. Shaw, farmer and political
leader, at Texarkana, January 5, 1924; David Edward Simmons,
lawyer, at Houston, January 6, 1924; James L. Slayden, congress-
man, at San Antonio, February 24, 1924; J. Tom Smith, preacher,
at Houston, January 1, 1924; Leo J. Tankersley, ranchman, at
Houston, December 28, 1923; Edward A. Temple, bishop, at Ama-
rillo, January 10, 1924; E. O. Tennison, banker, at Dallas, Feb-
ruary 17, 1924; John C. Townes, dean of Law School, at Austin,
December 18, 1923; John J. Welder, ranchman, at Victoria, De-
cember 31, 1923; James B. Wells, lawyer, at Brownsville, Decem-
ber 21, 1923.
AFFAIRS OF THE ASSOCIATION
The annual meeting of the Texas State Historical Association
will be held at Austin in the Main Building of the University of
Texas, May 15, 1924.

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