The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 94, July 1990 - April, 1991 Page: 181

Affairs of the Association
The director has traditionally begun these annual reports by saying
that we have had another good year. I am pleased to say that 1989-
199o is no exception. We have had our share of problems fund-raising
in today's economic climate, but our budget is currently in the black,
though some individual programs are not covering their expenses. The
ninety-fourth annual meeting held in Austin on March i-3 was one of
the most enjoyable and successful in recent years, and we are involved
in many exciting projects in our publications and education divisions.
Association membership now stands at 3,511, which is 56 more mem-
bers than we had one year ago. Currently we have:
Regular 2,044
Libraries 442
Life 360
Student 120
Gift memberships 119
Annual Sustaining 81
Foreign 40
Life Patron (frozen) 35
Honorary Life 22
Sustaining (frozen) 8
Annual Institutional 7
Annual Supporting 5
Annual Patrons 1
Annual Sponsor o
Complimentary 26
Comp/Legislature 170
Exchange 31
Handbook of Texas
While our numbers have slipped a bit, work on the revision of the
Handbook has continued apace. Here are the figures as of January 31:

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