The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association, Volume 4, July 1900 - April, 1901 Page: 6
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The Texas State Historical Association.
JOHN H. REAGAN.
GUY M. BRYAN. F. R. LUBBOCK.
JULIA LEE SINKS. T. S. MILLER.
RECORDING SECRETARY AND LIBRARIAN.
GEORGE P. GARRISON.
CORRESPONDING SECRETARY AND TREASURER.
LESTER G. BUGBEE.
PRESIDENT JOHN H. REAGAN.
FIRST VICE-PRESIDENT GUY M. BRYAN.
SECOND VICE-PRESIDENT JULIA LEE SINKS.
THIRD VICE-PRESIDENT F. R. LUBBOCK.
FOURTH VICE-PRESIDENT T. S. MILLER.
RECORDING SECRETARY AND LIBRARIAN GEORGE P. GARRISON.
STATE LIBRARIAN C. W. RAINES.
Z. T. FULMORE FOR TERM ENDING 1903.
FELLOWS JOHN C. TOWNES FOR TERM ENDING 1902.
R. L. BATTS FOR TERM ENDING 1901. '
RUFUS C. BURLESON FOR TERM ENDING 1905.
W. J. BATTLE FOR TERM ENDING 1904.
MEMBERS BEAUREGARD BRYAN FOR TERM ENDING 1903.
DORA FOWLER ARTHUR FOR TERM ENDING 1902.
BRIDE NEILL TAYLOR FOR TERM ENDING 1901.
The Association was organized March 2, 1897. There are no qualifica-
tions for membership. The annual dues are two dollars. THE QUARTERLY
is sent free to all members.
Contributions to the QUARTERLY and correspondence relative to histori-
cal material should be addressed to
GEORGE P. GARRISON,
Recording Secretary and Librarian,
All other correspondence concerning the Association should be addressed
LESTER G. BUGBEE,
Corresponding Secretary and Treasurer,
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