The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association, Volume 5, July 1901 - April, 1902 Page: 5
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Fellows and Life Members of the Association.
The constitution of the Association provides that "Members who show,
by published work, special aptitude for historical investigation, may become
Fellows. Thirteen Fellows shall be elected by the Association when first
organized, and the body thus created may thereafter elect additional Fellows
on the nomination of the Executive Council. The number of Fellows shall
never exceed fifty."
The present list of Fellows is as follows:
BATTS, PROF. R. L.
BUGBEE, PROF. L. G.
CASrS, Miss LILIA M.
COOPER, PRESIDENT O. H.
COOPwOOD, JUDGE BETHEL.
ESTILL, PROF. II. L.
FULMORE, JUDGE Z. T.
GAINES, JUDGE R. R.
GARRISON, PROF. GEORGE P.
HoUSTON, PROF. D. F.
KENNEY, CAPT. M. M.
KLEBERG, RUDOLPH, JR.
LEMiMON, PROF. LEONARD.
LOOSCAN, MRS. ADELE B.
LUBBOCK, Ex-Gov. F. R.
MCCALEB, DR. W. F.
'PENNYBACKER, MRS. PERC V.
RAINES, JUDGE C. W.
REAGAN, JUDGE JOHN H.
SHEPARD, JUDGE SETH.
SINKS, MRS. JULIA LEE.
TOWNES, JUDGE JOHN C.
WILLIAMS, JUDGE O. W.
WOOTEN, HON. DUDLEY G.
The constitution provides also that "Such benefactors of the Association
as shall pay into its treasury at any one time the sum of fifty dollars, or
shall present to the Association an equivalent in books, MSS., or other
acceptable matter, shall be classed as Life Members.
The Life Members at present are:
BRACKENRIDGE, HON. GEO. W.
O'CONNOR, D. M.
Another whose name was recently added to both the above lists and
stricken from them by his death was Rev. Edmond J. P. Schmitt.
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