The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 58, July 1954 - April, 1955 Page: 433

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H. BAILEY CARROLL
THE Texas Heritage Foundation, 612 Capital National
Bank Building, Austin, Texas, has undertaken the spon-
sorship of a Texas Hall of Remembrance for the Heroes
and Heroines of Education in the state. This was inaugurated as
a feature of the 1954 Texas School Centennial. The Honorable
Karl Hoblitzelle, of Dallas, and A. Garland Adair, executive
director of the Texas Heritage Foundation, have announced the
following officials for this historic enterprise:
EXECUTIVE BOARD

Karl Hoblitzelle, Chairman
A. Garland Adair, Executive Director
W. L. Clayton
Travis B. Bryan
James Wheat

William D. Morris
Brigadier General Paul L. Wakefield
Mrs. Joe A. Wessendorff
Robert R. Young
John Ben Shepperd

OFFICIAL STAFF

Judge C. V. Terrell, President
Governor Allan Shivers, Honorary
Chairman
Sam Acheson, Historian
Lon C. Sailers, Counsellor

Bishop A. Frank Smith, Chaplain
Mrs. Lois Wakefield, Executive
Secretary
Mrs. Vann M. Kennedy, State Radio
Chairman

BOARD OF REGENTS FOR THE EDUCATIONAL HALL OF REMEMBRANCE

H. Bailey Carroll, Executive Director
Texas State Historical Association
Mrs. L. E. Dudley, President
Texas Federation of Women's Clubs
Mr. Jack Binion
State Board of Education
Mrs. Kate Bell, President
Texas State Teachers Association
Mrs. Leon Price, President
Texas Congress of Parents and
Teachers

Dr. Monroe S. Carroll, President
Texas Council of Church-Related
Colleges
Dr. Carl Matthews, President
Texas Council of College Presidents
Dr. Thomas M. Spencer, President
Texas Junior College Association
Dr. Frederick Eby
The University of Texas

CENTRAL COUNCIL
Dr. Frederick Eby, The University of Texas
H. Bailey Carroll, Texas State Historical Association
John Manning, Texas Education Agency

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