The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 59, July 1955 - April, 1956 Page: 79
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Affairs of the Association
Garland Bayliss, and George R. Abernathy, graduate students in
history at the University; and Jerry Brock, University law student.
To the contributors and those persons who worked on the
auction, the Association extends its sincere appreciation. The
following list is believed to be complete, but, if any contributor's
name has been omitted, please notify the office.
The following persons contributed to the book auction:
Mr. William M. Jones Library of the Daughters of the Republic
Mr. and Mrs. I. B. McFarland Southern Methodist University Press
Judge Ralph W. Yarborough Mrs. Sarah Chokla Gross
Dr. L. F. Sheffy Mr. Dan Ferguson
Mrs. Harriett N. Leary Miss Harriet Dickson Reynolds
Dr. Claude Elliott Prof. T. N. Campbell
Dr. James D. Carter Mr. A. C. Burnett
Mr. Burnell Pope Mr. D. E. Kilgore
Dr. Joe B. Frantz Dr. P. I. Nixon
Mrs. Callie Miller Freeman Miss Bessie Weibling
Mr. Fred R. Cotten Miss Josephine Weibling
Mrs. Verna Jackson McKenna Mr. Paul Adams
Miss Llerena B. Friend Mr. W. N. Bate
Miss Elizabeth M. Stover Mr. J. C. Dykes
Houston Public Library Mr. L. W. Kemp
Mr. George P. Isbell Mr. C. F. Schmidt
Mr. Lee Simmons Miss Frances Donecker
Mr. J. W. Saxon Mrs. Grace Lewis Miller
Honorable Tom Connally Mr. Roger N. Conger
Mrs. Rena Maverick Green Mr. S. C. Gross
Mr. Oscar Haas Heritage Society of Waco
Mr. Wayne Gard Mr. J. Marvin Hunter
Mr. R. H. Porter Mr. W. M. Morrison
Sister M. Xavier Mr. Ted Dealey
Mrs. C. Glassford Mr. J. Marvin Hunter, Sr.
The Naylor Company Mr. V. G. Jackson
Mr. H. Bailey Carroll
The auditor's comments and abridgment of the Treasurer's
report follow. The complete report was checked and approved by
the executive council.
JIM G. ASHBURNE
Certified Public Accountant
March 2o, 1955
To the Executive Council
Texas State Historical Association
I have made an examination of the financial records of the Texas
State Historical Association for the fiscal year beginning March 1, 1954,
and ending February 28, 1955, and submit this report including com-
ments and exhibits as listed in the table of contents. My examination
was directed primarily to the verification of the financial position of
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