The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 53, July 1949 - April, 1950 Page: 210
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
W. H. KING, July 25, 1881, to January 23, 1891.
W. H. MABRY, January 23, 1891, to May 5, 1898.
A. P. WOZENCRAFT, May 5, 1898, to January 17, 1899.
THOMAS SCURRY, January 17, 1899, to June 1, 1903.
JOHN A. HULEN, June 1, 1903, to January 23, 1907.
JAMES O. NEWTON, January 23, 1907, to December 15, 1910.
R. H. BECKHAM, December 15, 1910, to January 23, 1911.
HENRY HUTCHINGS, January 23, 1911, to September 29, 1917.
JAMES A. HARLEY, September 29, 1917, to September 30, 1919.
W. D. COPE, October 1, 1919, to January 20o, 1921.
THOMAS D. BARTON, January 20, 1921, to January 23, 1925.
MARK MCGEE, January 24, 1925, to December 5, 1925.
DALLAS J. MATTHEWS, December 5, 1925, to January 20o, 1927.
ROBERT L. ROBERTSON, January 20, 1927, to January 22, 1931.
W. W. STERLING, January 22, 1931, to January 15, 1933.
HENRY HUTCHINGS, January 18, 1933, to January 15, 1935.
CARL E. NESBITT, January 15, 1935, to January 1939-
HARRY KNOX, January 1939, to January 1940.
J. WATT PAGE, January 1930, to March 1943.
ARTHUR B. KNICKERBOCKER, March 1943, to May 1946.
K. L. BERRY, May 1946, to ------
Mrs. Paul Neth, Box 343, Hebbronville, Texas, wishes as much
detailed information as possible on the Nolan Trail which was
said to have started in San Antonio and ended in Louisiana.
Mrs. Neth would like to know whether or not there are any
markers designating the trail and especially the exact location of
the points where the trail crossed the major streams and rivers.
George P. Huckaby, who did his doctoral dissertation at the
University on Governor O. B. Colquitt, has recently been ap-
pointed Dean of the Central State College at Edmond, Oklahoma.
Professor Carlos E. Castafieda has an article on "Fray Juan de
Zumarraga and Indian Policy in New Spain" in The Americas
for January, 1949.
Any member of the Association who can supply the death date
for Henry W. Augustine should communicate with Miss Harriet
Smither, Texas State Library, Austin 11, Texas.
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