The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 52, July 1948 - April, 1949 Page: 99
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Affairs of the Association 99
in connection with the teaching of Texas History in our Public
The resolution was unanimously adopted.
It was announced at the business meeting that the Executive
Council had unanimously recommended that the Constitution
be amended by the substitution of "sixty" for "fifty" in the state-
ment: "The number of fellows shall never exceed fifty." Some
discussion followed on whether the assembled group could qualify
for the constitutional requirement of a "ballot by circularizing."
The final decision was to send a circular notice to the member-
ship. It is hoped that all will be prompt in their reply when
the ballot is received from the office.
Just fifteen minutes before the final Quarterly copy was to go
to the printers a double-page sketch of characters at the auction
was received from Gerry Doyle of the San Jacinto Museum of
History Association in Houston. Doyle's drawings are appended.
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