The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 65, July 1961 - April, 1962 Page: 109
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Affairs of the Association
2:00 P.M. PROGRAM Maximilian Room
PHI ALPHA THETA
CHARLES ALEXANDER, Presiding
The Texas Barn: An Institution . ... . ANN ADAMS
Reconstruction in Hill County . . .. JAMES V. REESE
Texans in the Union Army, 1861-1865 . FRANK SMYRL
ANNUAL JUNIOR HISTORIAN PROGRAM
FRANCES V. PARKER, General Chairman
SATURDAY, APRIL 29
The University of Texas
9:30 A.M. SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAM
Auditorium, Texas Union
KINCY RYGAARD, Ball High School, Galveston, Presiding
Presentation of the Colors . . . MEMBERS OF JUNIOR HISTORIAN
CHAPTER NO. 61
Robert E. Lee High School, Baytown
The Texas Medical Center: A Monument in Medicine, MARK BOOTH
Bellaire High School, Houston
The History of Frio Town DALE ANGERMILLER
Sabinal High School
Bishop Odin, The First Catholic Bishop of Texas . GERALD HOLLIER
Bishop Byrne High School, Port Arthur
A Texas Historian . . . JULIAN DOZIER
C. F. Brewer High School, Fort Worth
"Rip" Ford, Man of Many Talents . . BERNICE MOCZYGEMBA
Edinburg High School
The Forgotten Fort .... BILLY GREEN
San Angelo Central High School
9:30 A.M. JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAM
Junior Ballroom, Texas Union
JOHN P. LANDERS, Chairman
SUSAN EICHELBERGER, University Junior High School, Austin, Presiding
Presentation of the Colors . . MEMBERS OF JUNIOR HISTORIAN
CHAPTER NO. 186
University Junior High School, Austin
Naming Houston Streets to Spotlight Alabama
Coushatta Indian History . . . MARYLIN MARTIN
Spring Branch Junior High School, Houston
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