The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association, Volume 7, July 1903 - April, 1904 Page: 331
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Affairs of the Association.
AFFAIRS OF THE ASSOCIATION.
The annual meeting of the Association will be held at the Uni-
versity of Texas, Main Building, Room 44, at 4 p. m., Monday,
June 6, 1904.
At a meeting of the Executive Council held at the University
on April 20th, the following amendments to the constitution were
recommended, and they will be voted on at the annual meeting:
Amend Article III, section c, by changing "fifty" to thirty.
Amend Article V, paragraph 2, so as to read: Each Fellow, on
being elected, shall pay into the treasury of the Association the
sum of five dollars as an initiation fee. The annual dues of Fel-
lows shall be the same as those of members.
At a meeting of the Fellows held at the same place immedi-
ately after the adjournment of the Council, Mr. Robert Carlton
Clark of Amarillo, Texas, and Mr. Ernest William Winkler of
Austin, Texas, were elected Fellows. Mr. Clark's election is based
on his articles, "Louis Juchereau de Saint-Denis and the Re-es-
tablishment of the Texas Missions" (TIHE QUARTERLY, VI, 1),
and "The Beginnings of Texas" (Tbid., V, 3); while that of Mr.
Winkler is based on his article, "The Cherokee Indians in Texas"
ibidd., VII, 2).
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