The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 75, July 1971 - April, 1972

Southwestern Historical Quarterly

Meetings
The Texas State Historical Association will hold -its semi-annual
meeting with the West Texas Historical Association on Saturday,
October 28, 1972, at Abilene.. The occasion will mark the first time
the Association has -met in that West Texas city. Additional details
about the meeting will be announced later.
The Association's regular annual meeting will be held at :the newly
refurbished Driskill and Stephen F. Austin hotels, Austin, March
8-1o, 1973. Mark the dates for both meetings on your calendar now.
Accessions
The personal collection of Jesse H. Jones, consisting of his per-
sonal papers, memorabilia, photographic collection, and office fur-
niture, has been given to the University of Texas, Austin, by Houston
Endowment, Inc. A special room, known as the Jesse H. Jones Room
of the Barker History Center, will house the collection. Jesse -Jones'
official government papers are in the Library of Congress, but the
collection at Austin will provide material for research on many
aspects of Texas and regional history.
The Archives. Division, Texas State Library, has recently acquired
a series of lithographs and etchings depicting historic Texas buildings.
These works, donated by the artist Frank Callcott, included repre-
sentations of the Alamo, Goliad, the C6s House, and Missions Espada,
San Jose, Concepci6n, and San .Juan. A special feature in the col-
lection is Callcott's 1936 'Texas Centennial Series of eight lithographs
and two etchings of famous Texas landmarks.
Clippings
Roger N. Conger, a native of China Spring, Texas, was elected
president of the 'Texas State Historical Association at the seventy-sixth

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