The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 106, July 2002 - April, 2003 Page: 759
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LAWRENCE T. JONES III
IN CIVIL WAR TEXAS HISTORY
The Lawrence T. Jones III Research Fellowship
is awarded annually for the best research
proposal having to do with Texas history and
the Civil War.
Applications must be submitted by December
31, 2003. The application, which should be no
longer than one page, should specify the
purpose of the research, the need for the
money, and a description of the end product
(article, book, exhibition, etc.) that will result
from the research. Please include a complete
vita with the application. The award will be
announced at the Association's annual meeting
in March 2004. Judges may withold the award
at their discretion.
Individuals should submit one copy of a
proposal to each committee member by
December 31, 2003. For addresses of the
committee members write to:
Jones Research Fellowship Committee
Texas State Historical Association
SRH 2.306, University of Texas
Austin, Texas 78712.
The Lawrence T.Jones III Research Fellowship
was established in 2000 to honor Lawrence T.
Jones III for his many contributions to the
study, collection, and publication of Texas and
Civil War history.
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