The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 33, July 1929 - April, 1930 Page: 6
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The Texas State Historical Association
W. S. RED J. L. CLARK
INGHAM S. ROBERTS MRS. H. J. O'HAIR
RECORDING SECRETARY AND LIBRARIAN:
EUGENE C. BARKER
CHARLES W. RAMSDELL
MRS. CORAL HORTON TULLIS
PRESIDENT ALEX. DIENST,
VICE-PRESIDENT W. S. RED,
VICE-PRESIDENT J. L. CLARK,
VICE-PRESIDENT INGHAM S. ROBERTS,
VICE-PRESIDENT MRS. H. J. O'HAIR,
RECORDING SECRETARY AND LIBRARIAN EUGENE C. BARKER,
TREASURER CHARLES W. RAMSDELL
EX-PRESIDENT MRS. ADELE B. LOOSCAN,
M(ATTIE AUSTIN HATCHER FOR TERM ENDING 1930.
FELLOWS E. W. WINKLER FOR TERM ENDING 1931.
ANNA POWELL FOR TERM ENDING 1932.
(HARBERT DAVENPORT FOR TERM ENDING 1930.
MRS. BRIDE NEILL TAYLOR FOR TERM ENDING 1931.
MEMBERS J. E. HALEY FOR TERM ENDING 1932.
SAMUEL E. ASBURY FOR TERM ENDING 1933.
ADINA DE ZAVALA FOR TERM ENDING 1934.
EUGENE C. BARKER, E. W. WINKLER,
HERBERT E. BOLTON, CHARLES W. RAMSDELL.
The Association was organized March 2, 1897. The annual dues are three
dollars. THE QUARTERLY is sent free to all members.
Contributions to THE QUARTERLY and correspondence relative to historical
material should be addressed to Eugene C. Barker, Austin, Texas, or to Herbert
E. Bolton, Berkeley, California.
Other correspondence may be addressed to The Texas State Historical Asso-
ciation, Austin, Texas.
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