The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 56, July 1952 - April, 1953 Page: 562
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
One copy of each work to be considered must reach each of the
three judges by October i, 1953, at the addresses given below.
JUDGES FOR 1953: Herbert Gambrell (Hall of State, Dallas 1) ,
president, Texas State Historical Association, author of Anson
Jones: The Last President of Texas (New York, 1948) ; Eugene
C. Barker (2600 San Gabriel, Austin), professor emeritus of his-
tory at the University of Texas, author of The Life of Stephen F.
Austin, Founder of Texas, 1793-1836: A Chapter in the Westward
Movement of the Anglo-American People (2d ed., Austin, 1949) ;
and J. Evetts Haley (Canyon), professor at Texas Technological
College, author of Fort Concho and the Texas Frontier (San An-
gelo, 1952) .
PREVIOUS AWARDS. The 1951 award went to Dr. Barker for
his Life of Stephen F. Austin. The 1952 award was made to J.
Evetts Haley for Fort Concho.
ANNOUNCEMENT OF AWARDS. The recipient of the third Sum-
merfield G. Roberts Award of the Sons of the Republic of Texas
will be announced at the Awards Banquet of the Texas Institute
of Letters in Dallas in November, 1953.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION address Colonel C. R. Tips, pres-
ident, Sons of the Republic of Texas, 701 Forest Avenue Road,
The following persons and institutions have become members
of the Association since publication of the last Quarterly.
Mrs. Margery Wofford Independent School District
12o4 Nueces Street Mr. R. C. Thomas, Supt.
Austin, Texas Daisetta, Texas
Library Mr. James H. Pipkin
Hearne High School 96 Witherbee Avenue
Hearne, Texas Pelham, New York
Mr. B. D. Tucker Mrs. P. N. Ross
881 Ella Lee Lane Carthage High School
3821 Ella Lee Lane Carthage, Texas
Mrs. Hazel M. Kyle
Mrs. Thelma A. Johnson Carthage High School
Box 38 Carthage, Texas
George West, Texas
Garden City Library 22oo East Red River
Garden City, Texas Victoria, Texas
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