The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 22, July 1918 - April, 1919

The Southwestern. Historical Quarterly

AFFAIRS OF THE ASSOCIATION
The annual meeting of the Association was held at the Univer-
sity of Texas, March 3, 1919. Mrs. Adele B. Looscan of Hous-
ton was re-elected president, and Messrs. Alex Dienst of Temple,
Lewis R. Bryan of Houston, R. C. Crane of Sweetwater, and
George W. Littlefield of Austin, vice-presidents. Professor Chas.
W. Ramsdell was re-elected corresponding secretary and treasurer,
and Mr. E. W. Winkler and Professor S. H. Moore were elected
to the executive council-the first for the term ending 1922 and
the second for the term ending 1925. The following were elected
members of the Association: Corporal Arthur S. Aiton, Ban-
croft Library, University of California, Berkeley, Cal.; J. E.
Alexander, Berkeley, Cal.; E. P. Arneson, 208 West Seventh
Street, Fort Worth, Texas; Professor S. E. Asbury, College Sta-
tion, Texas; G. L. Brooks, University of New Mexico, Albu-
querque, New Mexico; Mrs. J. W. Brosig, Navasota, Texas; Owen
C. Coy, Bancroft Library, Berkeley, Cal.; Mrs. Grace L. Crockett,
Bancroft Library, Berkeley, Cal.; Miss Mary Ida. Dunkerley, 105
North Clay Street, Ennis, Texas; Mrs. Ida Jolesch, 506 West
Knot Street, Ennis, Texas; R. S. Kuykendall, 2503 Regent Street,
Berkeley, Cal.; Miss Louise Latimer, 303 North Preston Street,
Ennis, Texas; Mrs. W. H. Lucas, 811 North Travis Street, Sher-
man, Texas; W. H. McGee, Marshall, Texas; Miss Gertrude
Menard, Ennis, Texas; Mrs. R. E. Orr, 508 North McKinney
Street, Ennis, Texas; Mrs. C'. B. Pittman, Ennis, Texas; Mrs. E.
W. Raphael Preston, Ennis, Texas; Mrs. Bertha Jean Traylor,
Pineland, Texas; Mrs. J. R. Robinson, Ennis, Texas.; Miss Floy
Perryman, 2810 Chartres Street, Houston, Texas.
The editorial staff of T-Ir QUARTERLY was re-elected without
change: Professors Eugene C. Barker 'and Herbert E. Bolton,
editors: and Professors Chas. W. Ramsdell, Mr. E. W. Winkler,
and Dr. Edgar L. Hewitt, associate editors. The Association re-
ceived as a gift from Mrs. Looscan a number of documents relat-
ing to the history of the flag of Texas. The Treasurer's report.
which appears below, was read and accepted.

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