The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 56, July 1952 - April, 1953 Page: 111
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Affairs of the Association
Episcopal church of which he was a founder. For his Gail Borden:
Dairyman to a Nation, Frantz was awarded by the Texas Institute
of Letters the Carr P. Collins $I,ooo award for the best Texas
book of 1951.
Messages from the Association were sent to four prominent
members who were unable to attend the meeting: Dr. Eugene
C. Barker, dean of Texas historians and patron, fellow, and mem-
ber of the executive council of the Association; Miss Adina De
Zavala, fellow of the Association and granddaughter of Lorenzo
de Zavala; Mrs. Hally Bryan Perry, honorary life member and
sustaining member of the Association and grandniece of Stephen
F. Austin; and Earl Vandale, former president and distinguished
authority on Texana.
The auditor's comments and abridgement of the Treasurer's
report follow. The complete report was checked and approved
by the Executive Council.
March 31, 1952
To THE EXECUTIVE COUNCIL
TEXAS STATE HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION
I have made an examination of the accounts of the Texas State
Historical Association for the year ended March 1, 1952, and submit
herewith my report consisting of comments and the described ex-
hibits as listed in the table of contents. My examination was directed
primarily to the verification of the financial condition of the asso-
ciation as of March 1, 1952. In connection therewith, I examined or
tested the accounting records and supporting evidence in a manner
and to the extent I deemed appropriate. Other needed information
was obtained from the officers of the association. My examination was
made in accordance with generally accepted auditing standards and
included all procedures which I considered necessary in the circum-
In my opinion, based upon my examination and subject to the
comments of this report, the accompanying balance sheet and related
statements of operations present fairly the position of the Texas State
Historical Association as of March 1, 1952, and the results of its
operations for the fiscal year then ended, in conformity with generally
accepted accounting principles applied on a basis consistent with that
of the preceding year.
BALANCE SHEET COMMENTS
The cash balances per books were reconciled with the cash balances
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