The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 68, July 1964 - April, 1965 Page: 93
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Affairs of te Associatio
THE SIXTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL MEETING OF THE TEXAS STATE
Historical Association was held on April 24 and 25, 1964,
at the Driskill Hotel and on the campus of the University
of Texas in Austin. The program was as follows:
Friday, April 24
9:30 A.M. PROGRAM Maximilian Room
ERNEST WALLACE, Presiding
Texas Transportation, 1865-188o . ..... VERA LEA DUGAS
Sul Ross State College
The Amazing Career of Parker H. French:
Gold Seeker, Confidence Man, and Filibuster . REx STRICKLAND
Texas Western College
Andrew J. Hamilton: The Civil War Years . . . JOHN L. WALLER
12 M. LUNCHEON Crystal Ballroom
RALPH STEEN, Presiding
Whistle in the Piney Woods: The Saga of the
Houston, East and West Texas Railway . ROBERT S. MAXWELL
Stephen F. Austin State College
2:00 P.M. BUSINESS MEETING Maximilian Room
FRED R. CorrEN, Presiding
WALTER PRESCOTT WEBB AUCTION OF TEXANA
GEORGE P. ISBELL, Presiding
Auctioneers: MILTON WAGHALTER, J. P. BRYAN, JR., DAVID B. GRACY,
II, WILLIAM T. FIELD, ALWYN BARR, DAVID MCWILLIAMS, EDDIE
STRAYHORN, FRANK IKARD, JR., JOHN LEFLORE
Pages: FRANCES PARKER, SALLY KENNEDY, TRUDY BRADLEY, CAROLYN
BERG, BARBARA CUMMINGS, PAT WRIGHT, COURTNEY CHENEY,
RUTH ANN PILLSBURY, ELLEN BODDY, LINDA ROBINSON
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