The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 62, July 1958 - April, 1959 Page: 287
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2:3o-4:3 P.M. Batts Auditorium
ToPIc: "THE HISTORIAN'S TASK FROM THE AMERICAN AND
CO-CHAIRMEN: ALBERTO MARIA CARREIO (Mexico)
BOYD C. SHAFER (American Historical Association)
PAPERS: JosH MIRANDA (Mexico)
ARTHUR P. WHITAKER (University of Pennsylvania)
COMMENTATORS: EDMUNDO O'GORMAN (Mexico)
FRANCE V. SCHOLES (University of New Mexico)
GUILLERMO CkSPEDES (The University of Sevilla)
RECORDERS: Luis GONZALEZ Y GONZALEZ (Mexico)
HERBERT GAMBRELL (Southern Methodist University)
3:oo-5:30 P.M. Sight-seeing in Austin and Special Tea for Wives of Those At-
HIs EXCELLENCY PRICE DANIEL, Governor of Texas
His EXCELLENCY RAUL RANGEL FRIAS, Governor of Nuevo Ledn
DR. NABOR CARRILLO (Rector, University of Mexico)
DR. LOGAN WILSON (President, The University of Texas)
"THE STATE AND HIGHER EDUCATION IN MEXICO
AND THE UNITED STATES"
The following persons and institutions have become members
of the Association since publication of the last Quarterly:
Judge James R. Norvell
8oo Barton Blvd.
Miss Kathryn Cravens
70 West 55th Street
New York 1g, N. Y.
Mrs. John F. Domatti
Mr. Larry J. Gage
826 Fort Worth Street
Grand Prairie, Texas
Thomas Jefferson High School
723 Donaldson Avenue
San Antonio 1, Texas
Mrs. R. E. Harding
793 South Tenth Street
Mr. James C. Beaty
4038 Ella Lee Lane
Houston 19, Texas
Mr. William George Mecklenburg
Mr. Herbert E. Merz
511 Jephson Drive
Mr. Andrew G. Dickinson
6827 Del Norte Lane
Dallas 25, Texas
Mr. Roy Brown Jr.
1702 Sylvan Drive
Austin 4, Texas
Mrs. Charles R. Jaekle
Austin 3, Texas
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