The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association, Volume 6, July 1902 - April, 1903 Page: 76
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76 Texas Historical Association Quarterly.
has lost one of its most efficient teachers and productive investi-
gators, and the Association an official to whose faithful and valu-
able services has been due a large measure of its success.
GEO. P. GARRISON,
MRS. J. B. DIBRELL,
C. W. RAINES.
During the year the following persons have been made Fellows
of the Association: Mr. I. J. Cox, of the San Antonio Academy;
Mr. W. Roy Smith, now of Bryn Mawr College; and Mr. Eugene
C. Barker and Dr. Herbert E. Bolton, of the University.
At a meeting of the Fellows, held at the University on Saturday,
June 28th, last year's Publication Committee was re-elected, At
a meeting of the Executive Council, held the same day, Mrs. Nellie
Stedman Cox was awarded life membership, in return for her gift
to the Association of. the manuscript reminiscences of her deceased
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