The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association, Volume 15, July 1911 - April, 1912 Page: 166
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Texas Historical Association Quarterly
Rogan was elected assistant librarian and cataloguer. Miss Rogan
comes from the Rosenberg Library, Galveston, but her home is in
Austin. She is a graduate of the University of Texas. Miss Eliz-
abeth H. West was elected archivist, a position created at the
Called Session of the Thirty-second Legislature. Miss West comes
from the Manuscripts Division of the Library of Congress. She
is a graduate of the University of Texas, and has contributed some
important articles to THE QUARTERLY. The Legislature allowed
the Library Commission an appropriation with which to print a
volume of the Texas Archives.
On July 6 last a bronze statue of Judge John H. Reagan was
unveiled in Reagan Park at Palestine, Texas. The ceremony was
conducted by the John H. Reagan Chapter of the United Daugh-
ters of the Confederacy.-(Austin Statesman, July 7, 1911.)
The general appropriation bill passed at the Called Session of
the Thirty-second Legislature carries an item appropriating $2000
"to erect [a monument] at the grave of Governor George T.
Wood, near Point Blank, San Jacinto county." The words in
brackets do not appear in the bill, which may invalidate the appro-
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