The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 70, July 1966 - April, 1967 Page: 119

Affairs f the Association
HE SEVENTIETH ANNUAL MEETING OF THE TEXAS STATE
Historical Association was held on April 29 and 30, 1966,
at the Driskill Hotel and on the campus of the University
of Texas at Austin. The program was as follows:
Friday, April 29
9:30 A.M. PROGRAM Maximilian Room
MRS. STERLING C. ROBERTSON, Presiding
Central Texas Area Museum, Inc.
The Modernization of the Texas Rangers,
1934-1936 .......................... STEPHEN W . SCHUSTER, IV
Weatherford Junior College
The Revolutionizing of the Texas Cotton
Trade, 1870-1896............................L. TUFFLY ELLIS
Lamar State College of Technology
Galveston's Postal History ................... ALEX L. TER BRAAKE
Galveston, Texas
12 M. LUNCHEON Crystal Ballroom
RUPERT N. RICHARDSON, Presiding
Vice-President
The Fabulous Tom Ochiltree: Politician, Promoter,
and Raconteur .............................CLAUDE H. HALL
Texas A & M University
2:00 P.M. BUSINESS MEETING Maximilian Room
J. P. BRYAN, Presiding
President
PAT IRELAND NIXON AUCTION OF TEXANA
GEORGE P. ISBELL, Presiding
Ex-President
Auctioneers: DANNY BARFIELD, BILL BOWERS, ERNIE KOY, FRANK
BEDRICK, JIM HELMS, FRANK IKARD, JR., JIM FICHTENBAUM, J.

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