280 Southwestern Historical Quarterly
The Association acknowledges also the receipt of the Inventory
of the Federal Archives in the States, Series IV, The Department
of War, from The Historical Records Survey, San Antonio, Texas.
This particular set, No. 42, deals with Texas and is divided into
twelve parts with a total of 1,160 pages typescript. The table of
contents, fifteen pages long, which for convenience accompanies
each of the twelve parts, reveals that archival material was studied
in about fifty localities in Texas in army recruiting stations, forts,
training camps, flying fields, army engineers' offices, reserve officers
training corps, hospitals, and civilian conservation corps.
R. L. B.
AFFAIRS OF THE ASSOCIATION
The Texas State Historical Association is holding a special
meeting at San Antonio on the night of December 1 in connec-
tion with the State Teachers Association. The San Antonio
members of the Texas State Historical Association will be hosts
to other members who can attend and to history teachers. The
meeting will be in the ballroom of the Plaza Hotel from 10 p. m.
until midnight. The informal program will be followed by a social
hour during which coffee will be served.
This meeting is special, and will not affect in any way the
annual program which is held in Austin during April.
1. "Texas' Peculiar Place in American History"--
President Harbert Davenport, Brownsville
2. "Forty Years in Frontier History"--
J. Marvin Hunter, Bandera
3. "La Villita: Restoration of Spanish San Antonio"-
Mayor Maury Maverick, San Antonio
4. "German Participation in Texas History"--
Herman H. Ochs, San Antonio
5. "Historical Research in Every Community: A Program for High
Discussion by Members of the Association and History Teachers.
Texas State Historical Association. The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 43, July 1939 - April, 1940. Austin, Texas. The Portal to Texas History. http://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth101111/. Accessed September 1, 2014.