The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association, Volume 5, July 1901 - April, 1902 Page: 163
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Book Reviews and INotices. 163
address of Mr. Carlos Bee to the Daughters on April 22nd; and an
appendix, in which are printed an announcement of the offer of
President Prather, the memorial address of Mrs. Cone Johnson
delivered for the Daughters, a poem, San Jacinto Day, by Mrs.
Mary Saunders, a historical sketch entitled The Last Messenger
from the Alamo, and a copy of a letter relative to the son of Travis
published in the Houston Post, both by Mrs. Looscan, an account of
the presentation of a Texas flag to President McKinley by the
Daughters, a "roll of honor," including the names of those who have
taken the gold and silver medals offered by the Daughters, the char-
ter, constitution, and by-laws of the organization, and a list of
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