The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 106, July 2002 - April, 2003 Page: 200
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H. BAILEY CARROLL AWARD
The Carroll Award is given annually for
the best article to appear in the
Southwestern Historical Quarterly. This
award honors an article appearing in the
following issues: January 2oo2 through
October 2oo2. Articles should be based
upon original research, fully documented,
and styled according to the general for-
mat of the Quarterly. Any articles in the
Quarterly on a Southwestern topic will be
considered. The winning author will be
presented a certificate and $500
at the Association's Annual Meeting in
March 2oo3.Judges may withhold the
award at their discretion.
To submit articles or for more
information about the Quarterly contact:
George B. Ward, Managing Editor
Southwestern Historical Quarterly
Texas State Historical Association
SRH 2.306, University of Texas
Austin, Texas 78712.
The H. Bailey Carroll Award was
established in 1967 by the Texas State
Historical Association and funded by
many Association members in honor of
Dr. Carroll, the accomplished Texas
historian who served as the director of
the Association from 1946
until his death in 1966.
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