The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 58, July 1954 - April, 1955 Page: 434
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
COLLEGE OF ELECTORS BY CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS
1. Senator A. M. Aikin, Jr.
2. Dr. Harry E. Jenkins, President
Tyler Junior College
3. Dr. B. E. Masters, President
Kilgore Junior College
4. Dr. James G. Gee, President
East Texas State Teachers College
5. W. T. White, Superintendent of
Dallas I. S. D.
3700 Ross Avenue
6. Dr. Wm. L. Hughes, Professor
Texas A. & M. College
College Station, Texas
7. Dr. A. W. Birdwell, Pres. Emer.
Stephen F. Austin College
8. William E. Moreland, Supt. of
Houston I. S. D.
1300 Capital Ave.
g. J. Davis Hill, Supt. of Schools
Galveston I. S. D.
P. O. Box 206
to. Mrs. Carter Stewart
Marble Falls, Texas
I1. Dr. William R. White, President
12. Joe P. Moore, Supt. of Schools
Fort Worth I. S. D.
409 E. Weatherford
Fort Worth, Texas
13. Dr. W. J. McConnell, Pres. Emer.
North Texas State College
14. Dr. E. H. Poteet, President
Texas College of Arts & Industries
15. Dr. R. P. Ward, President
Pan American College
16. Harold H. Hitt
Dept. of Instruction
Midland Public Schools
17. Dr. Walter H. Adams, Dean
Abilene Christian College
18. Dr. J. A. Hill, Pres. Emer.
West Texas State College
19. D. M. Wiggins, Vice Pres.
Citizens National Bank
20o. Claude Gilmer
21. Dr. Rex Johnston, President
San Angelo Junior College
San Angelo, Texas
The Constitution provided it to be the function of the Re-
gents, Central Council, and Electors to select the names of not
more than one hundred heroes and heroines of Texas education
who have served the cause of Texas education with marked dis-
State-wide nominations were made and the announcement of
the selections was made at a program at the State Fair of Texas
on October 13, as a featured part of the observance of Educa-
tion Week. The following were named as the 1954 selectees and
were listed in the Hall of Remembrance, The Heroes and Hero-
ines of Texas Education:
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