The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 20, July 1916 - April, 1917 Page: 314

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tive journals and documents, journals of Constitutional Conven-
tions, etc., for all the Southern States.
A Confederate monument was unveiled at Georgetown, Novem-
ber 10, 1916.
Colonel George Iverson Goodwin, author of the bill creating the
Texas Agricultural and Mechanical College, died at his home in
Brownwood, October 26, 1916.
Andrew Phelps McCormick, Judge of the United States Court
of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, died at Waco, November 2, 1916.
Mrs. Frances Asbury Mood, widow of the late Dr. F. A. Mood,
founder of Southwestern University, died at her home in George-
town, November 13, 1916.
Paul Waples, Chairman of the State Democratic Executive Com-
mittee, was killed on November 16, 1916, when the automobile in
which he was riding and an interurban street car collided.
AFFAIRS OF THE ASSOCIATION
The Annual Business Meeting of the Texas State Historical
Association will be held at Austin on Friday, March 2, 1917, at
10 o'clock, in Room 158 of the Main Building of the University
of Texas.

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