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The constitution of the Association provides that "members who show,
by published work, special aptitude for historical investigation may become
Fellows.... The number of Fellows shall never exceed sixty."
The present list of Fellows is as follows:

Acheson, Mr. Sam
Adams, Mr. Paul
Carroll, Prof. H. Bailey
Clark, Prof. J. L.
Connor, Dr. Seymour
Cotner, Dr. Robert
Cotten, Mr. Fred R.
Dobie, Prof. J. Frank
Duncan, Mrs. Merle
Dunn, Dr. William Edward
Emmett, Mr. Chris
Frantz, Dr. Joe B.
Friend, Dr. Llerena B.
Gambrell, Prof. Herbert P.
Gard, Mr. Wayne
Garrett, Dr. Kathryn
Garwood, Mrs. Ellen C.

Geiser, Prof. S. W.
Greer, Dr. James K.
Haggard, Dr. J. Villasana
Haley, Mr. J. Evetts
Havins, Dr. T. R.
Hogan, Prof. William R.
Holbrook, Mrs. Abigail C.
Holden, Prof. W. C.
Jeffries, Mr. C. C.
Lathrop, Dr. Barnes F.
Long, Mr. Walter E.
McCaleb, Dr. Walter F.
McGregor, Mr. Stuart
Nixon, Dr. P. I.
Pool, Dr. William C.
Potts, Dr. C. S.
Powell, Dr. Anna

Ransom, Prof. Harry H.
Raymond, Dr. Dora Neill
Richardson, Prof. Rupert N.
Schmits, Rev. Joseph
Schoen, Dr. Harold
Sheffy, Prof. L. F.
Sonnichsen, Mr. C. L.
Spratt, Dr. J. S.
Stambaugh, Mr. J. Lee
Steen, Dr. Ralph
Streeter, Mr. Thomas W.
Villavaso, Mrs. Ethel Rather
Wallace, Prof. Ernest
Webb, Prof. W. P.
Williams, Mr. J. W.
Winfrey, Dr. Dorman H.
Wrather, Mr. W. E.

.ororary Cife leImbers
The constitution provides that "persons who have rendered eminent
service to Texas or to the Association may be elected Honorary Life Mem-
bers by the Executive Council." Honorary Life Membership is the highest
honor which can be conferred by the Association.
The present Honorary Life Members are:

Beasley, Miss Julia
Hoblitzelle, Mr. Karl

McCaleb, Mr. Walter F.
Nixon, Dr. P. I.

Hardeman, Mr. Dorsey B.
Vandale, Mr. John J.

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