The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 53, July 1949 - April, 1950 Page: 51
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Affairs of the Association
Many thanks to the
and their sponsor,
splendid work in
Junior Historians of Baytown
Mrs. Sybil Jordan, for their
preparing table decorations.
2:oo00 P.M. JUNIOR HISTORIAN TOUR OF AUSTIN
Arrangements will be made for the Governor's
Mansion, the Texas Memorial Museum, the Texas
Collection in the University Library, and other his-
toric and interesting places to be open to the Junior
Historians on Saturday afternoon. The Association
will be happy to furnish guides for the various
groups. Buses will be available at a nominal fee for
those desiring them. It is hoped that in the infor-
mality of the tour the junior members of the various
groups may get acquainted with each other.
The Junior Historians will also be welcome at all
meetings of the senior Association, either Friday or
Because of illness in his family Dr. L. F. Sheffy was unable to
attend the meeting; his paper was presented, however, by Miss
Ima Barlow, also a member of the faculty of West Texas State
Teachers College. Wayne Gard of Dallas presided at the luncheon
on Saturday noon in place of J. Evetts Haley, who was kept from
the meeting by business affairs as was Chris Emmett, who was
to have presented a paper on Saturday afternoon.
The following persons contributed to the book auction, which
this year grossed $847.50. If any contributor's name has been
omitted, please notify the office.
Mr. J. W. Saxon
Dr. Claude Elliott
Miss Virgie Sanders
Mr. William Willis
Mrs. Alice Gray Upchurch
Tyrrell Public Library
Mr. L. W. Kemp
Mr. Carl Hertzog
Dr. Walter Prescott Webb
Mrs. Sarah Chokla Gross
Mr. Dan Ferguson
Mr. J. E. Pirie
Mr. W. A. Philpott, Jr.
Mr. Chris Emmett
Mr. Gene Hollon
Mr. Colby D. Hall
Mr. Malcolm D. McLean
Mr. Eugene Worley
Mr. Charles Heartman
Mrs. Nancy Taylor
Mr. E. W. Winkler
Dr. P. I. Nixon
Mr. Eugene Wallace
Mr. M. W. Rogers
Mr. Frank Caldwell
Mr. Walace Hawkins
Mr. Thomas W. Streeter
Mrs. C. E. Mead
Mr. Fred R. Cotten
Rabbi Henry Cohen
University of Texas Library
Miss Frances Donecker
Mr. Hobart Huson
Mr. Paul Adams
Rosengren's Book Store
Mr. Herbert Fletcher
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