The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 42, July 1938 - April, 1939 Page: 434
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
BUCKNER ABERNATHY McKINNEY
Buckner Abernathy McKinney, President of the Federal Re-
serve Bank of Dallas, died on April 2, 1939. He was born at
McKinney, Texas, January 16, 1872. He had a keen interest in
Texas history, which he manifested in many ways: he possessed
an important collection of Texana; he organized and directed
among the employes of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas a
group for the reading and study of Texas history; he was a mem-
ber of the Executive Council of the Texas State Historical Asso-
ciation; and he spent a great deal of time during 1938 in a move-
ment to enlarge the financial resources and the field of usefulness
of the Association. He was a genial, kindly, affectionate man,
whose helpful influence will be keenly missed in the Council of
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