The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 66, July 1962 - April, 1963 Page: 491
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January 5, 1963
January 6, 1963
Speakers: Charles O'Hal-
Rosenberg Library, on
"General John Bank-
James Day, State
Open House at
Mrs. William Lawes,
Essay Contest for high school students, Riley Lefebre, Chairman
Exhibits at Rosenberg Library throughout the week of January 1-5
of Old Galveston Homes and Civil War Relics, sponsored by The
Junior League of Galveston and the Library. Mrs. James Jacobs and
Miss Marie Marburger, Coordinators
C. E. McClelland and Gene Broderick, Chairmen
Sponsor of the Battle of Galveston Victory Week is the Galveston
Chairman of the Battle of Galveston Week is County Judge Peter
L. LaValle; and co-chairman is Mrs. Jack Sparks.
The following persons and
of the Association since the
R. H. Ratliff
Colorado City, Texas
William T. Field, Jr.
19o Nueces St.
Austin 5, Texas
Alexander S. Birkos
Asst. Editor, Historical Abstracts
8oo E. Micheltorena
Santa Barbara, Calif.
Mr. Robert B. Langley
15o6 Colorado St.
institutions have become members
publication of the last Quarterly:
Colonel H. R. Matthews
Chappell Hill, Texas
Mr. James L. Cabaniss
4623 Westside Dr.
Dallas 9, Texas
Amon Carter Museum of Western Art
3501 Camp Bowie
Fort Worth 7, Texas
Robert E. Wallace
Galena Park, Texas
B. H. Blackwell LTD.
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