The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 60, July 1956 - April, 1957 Page: 135
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Affairs of the Association
SATURDAY, APRIL 28
9:30 A.M. PROGRAM
E. C. BARKSDALE, Presiding
The Butterfield Overland Mail.
E. M. House and the Governors.
Barbed Wire in Texas.. .
12 M. LUNCHEON
HERBERT GAMBRELL, Presiding
Retracing the Chisholm Trail
PHI ALPHA THETA
CHARLES FRAZIER, Presiding
Establishment of the Capital at Austin.
The Building of the State Capitol
Trails in the Trans-Pecos
S.J. W. WILLIAMS
R. N. RICHARDSON
H. D. MCCALLUM
.....BETTY BROOKE EAKLE
FRED W. RATHJEN
CHESTER V. KIELMAN
ANNUAL JUNIOR HISTORIAN MEETING
DORMAN H. WINFREY, General Chairman
SATURDAY, APRIL 28
The University of Texas
9:30 A.M. PROGRAM Batts Hall Auditorium
MARY HARTMAN, Robert E. Lee High School, Baytown, Presiding
Once Upon a Time .. . ....... . PAT MATHIS
Hearne High School, Hearne
Cuero Turkey Trot..... . VIRGIL HARTMAN
Green DeWitt-Arneckeville School, Cuero
Del Bosque Stepped Here . . ........ . . KAY NELSON
Eagle Pass Junior High School, Eagle Pass
The One Hundredth Birthday of Parker County. .. NANCY BAILEY
Weatherford Junior High School, Weatherford
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