The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 74, July 1970 - April, 1971 Page: 256
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
The Association will hold its semi-annual meeting at El Paso on
October 17. Historian Ernest Wallace of Texas Tech will be the
luncheon speaker and Institute of"Texan Cultures director R. Hen-
derson Shuffler will speak at the dinner. Two tours are scheduled:
El Paso in the morning and Juarez after lunch.
The Collector's Institute will hold its third general session at the
Institute of Texan Cultures in San Antonio on November 21.
The major topic of the program will be the art of fine printing in
Texas as exemplified in the career of Carl Hertzog, the master printer
whose career has spanned nearly 50 years. A book exhibit and catalog
is being prepared by" A1t Lowman, a member of the Collector's Institute
who serves on:. the IT.C. staff.
A high point of the exhibit will be a display entitled "What It
Takes to Make a Book." Here, the viewer will have the opportunity
to see each of the steps involved in production from the author's
concept through the receipt of the author's royalty check-some 26
steps in all. The exhibit catalog now in preparation will be amply
illustrated. One of its features will be an essay by William R. Hol-
man, another:Texan whose work as a book designer is achieving
The American Historical Association will meet in Boston, De-
cember 28 to December 30, 1970. The fifty-irst annual meeting of
the American Catholic Historical Association will be held in the
same city at the same time.
Rupert Norval Richardson is one ofthose rare men who success-
fully combine the careers of scholar, teacher, and administrator.
Richardson, who was born in 1891 and began teaching at Hardin-
Simmons University in 1917, has not only found time to serve as
president of that institution .for ten years (between 1943 and 1953),
but has also contributed a steady flow of publications that have
thrown much light on the history of the Southwest. His Comanche
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