The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association, Volume 9, July 1905 - April, 1906 Page: 290
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Texas 'Historical Association Quarterly.
right above expediency, to whom no adviser spoke so impressively
as his own conscience, and who thought no sacrifice too great to
make on behalf of his convictions, offers a splendid example for
those who are to make the history of the future.
George P. Garrison.
C. W. Raines.
In the election of officers, Dr. David Franklin Houston, presi-
dent of the University of 'Texas, was chosen to succeed Judge
Reagan. Other officers elected were as follows: Vice presidents,
Judge W. D. Wood, of San Marcos; Judge Beauregard Bryan, of
El Paso; Prof. W. J. Battle, of Austin, and Dr. Milton J. Bliem,
of San Antonio; corresponding secretary and treasurer, Mr. E. C.
Barker, of Austin; fellows to serve as members in the council,
Judge John C. Townes, of Austin; Dr. Herbert E. Bolton, of Aus-
tin, and Judge Z. T. Fulmore, of Austin; members to serve on the
same council, Mrs. Bride Neill Taylor, of Austin; President S. P.
Brooks, of Waco; Dr. W. J. Battle, of Austin; Prof. S. H. Moore,
of Georgetown, and Mrs. Dora Fowler Arthur, of Austin. At the
meeting of the fellows, a new publication committee, of which the
president and secretary are ex-officio members, was constituted by
the election of Mrs. Bride Neill Taylor, Judge C. W. Raines, and
Judge Z. T. Fulmore. The business management continues to be
conducted by Dr. H. E. Bolton and Mr. Luther E. Widen.
The following new members were recommended by the executive
council and elected to full membership by the Association: From
Austin, Carl Hartman, Walter Bremond, Judge F. A. Williams,
Luther E. Widen; from Houston, Miss Frances Hogan, Mrs. M.
T. Mor-is, Clarence R. Wharton, A. P. Root, Mrs. Lelia E. Akin,
W. Jack Bryan, J. M. Cotton, Frank Templeton; from San An-
tonio, Miss Nannie Dawson, Miss Sarah Schofield, W. J. Spillman,
virs. W. J. Woodhull, Fred Fries, Edward W. Heusinger, Hon. E.
H. Terrell, William Negley, John C. Sullivan, Judge C. A. Keller,
E. B. Chandler; from Dallas, R. A. Goldstein; from Fort Worth,
Rev. T. H. Sturgis; from El Paso, Albert C. Read; from Waco,
William L. Prather; from San Angelo, Dr. E. L. Batts; from
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