The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 66, July 1962 - April, 1963 Page: 482
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lection is complimented by antique cigar boxes, mortars and
pestles, and numerous other drug store articles. Even the smell
is genuine. Any Association member in the Jefferson area would
do well to pay a visit to Mrs. Billingsley's "Ye Olde Apothecary
Shope," which is filled with nostalgic memories of yesteryear.
Helen Taft Manning of Bryn Mawr College will be a visiting
professor of history at the University of Texas during the fall
semester of 1962-1963. Fred A. Shannon of the University of
Illinois and John Hall Stewart of Western Reserve University
will be visiting professors for the spring semester, and Max L.
Moorhead of the University of Oklahoma will be a visiting pro-
fessor for the year. During the year, professors R. John Rath,
Thomas F. McGann, Robert A. Devine, and J. Harry Bennett
will be on leave of absence. R. Davis Bitton has been promoted
to assistant professor, and new appointments include Philip L.
White as associate professor, and Norman Brown and Clarence G.
Lasby as instructors.
Wilbert H. Timmons has been named chairman of the history
department at Texas Western College to succeed Rex W. Strick-
land, who has been appointed research professor. Kenneth Shover
and Carl T. Jackson are new appointments in the department as
At the University of Houston Edwin A. Miles and Richard D.
Younger have been promoted to professor of history, Robert V.
Haynes has been promoted to associate professor, and Charles C.
Alexander and Daniel Lane have been appointed instructors.
From Lowell H. Harrison, chairman of the department of
history at West Texas State College, comes the information that
Norman L. Crockett, a doctoral candidate at the University of
Missouri, has been appointed instructor of history at West
The Southern Historical Association held its annual meeting
at Miami Beach, Florida, on November 8, 9, and o, 1962. Speak-
ers on subjects concerning Texas history included Escal F. Duke
of Hardin-Simmons University, "Senator Morris Sheppard and
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