The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 30, July 1926 - April, 1927 Page: 80
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
AFFAIRS OF THE ASSOCIATION
The twenty-ninth annual meeting of the Texas State Historical
Association was held at the University of Texas, Austin, Texas,
April 23, 1926. The program follows:
Cattle Drives from Texas before the Opening of the Kansas
Trails, 1867.............................J. Frank Dobie
Notes on the Texas Declaration of Independence.. James K. Greer
Original Characters of the Texas Revolution (J. M. Allen and
Jesus Cuellar) ................... .. Harbert Davenport
Selections from an Autobiographical Sketch of General George
W. Morgan...........................Samuel E. Asbury
Presentation of portraits of Mrs. Jane Long and Dr. Robert
Peebles to the University Library by Mr. and Mrs. R. G.
White of Hempstead, Texas. Presentation by Rev. W. S.
Red and acceptance by E. W. Winkler.
Biographical Sketch of Dr. Peebles........... Miss Winnie Allen
Biographical Sketch of Mrs. Jane Long ..................
............................Mrs. Mrs. Mattie Austin Hatcher
Officers were elected as follows: President, Judge T. F. Hiar-
wood of Gonzales; Vice-Presidents, Dr. Alex Dienst of Temple,
Judge George W. Tyler of Belton, Professor J. L. Clark of Hunts-
ville, and Rev. W. S. Red of Austin; members of the Executive
Council, Mr. Ingham, S. Roberts of Houston, and Mrs. L. N.
Throop of Austin; Corresponding Secretary and Treasurer, Pro-
fessor Charles W. Ramsdell of Austin.
Members were elected as follows: John Lloyd Mecham, Austin;
Miss Mary Vick Burney, Austin; James Frank Dobie, Austin;
Judge Lee Wallace, Kerrville; Judge II. C. Giddie, Kerrville;
A. C. Schreiner, Kerrville; Miller I-Iarwood, Harlingen; Dr.
S. E. Thompson, Kerrville; L. A. Schreiner, Kerrville; H. H.
Sagebiel, Fredericksburg; Herbert Godwin, Houston; Robert P.
Felgar, Denton; C. A. Bridges, Denton; H. Budd, Terrell; T. L.
Treadwell, Christoval; Harry L. Seay, Jr., Dallas; R. M. Farrar,
Houston; R. E. L. Jackson, Maxey; A. C. Ford, Houston; Robert
L. Bobbitt, Laredo; Thomas W. Currie, Austin; William P.
Hobby, H-louston; J. A. Templeton, Jacksonville; E. W. Barthol-
omae, Bayside; Matt Bradley, Tioga; Miss Jonnie Colbert, Gaines-
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