The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 73, July 1969 - April, 1970 Page: 143
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Affairs of the Association
and Leavitt Corning of San Antonio was elected as a members' repre-
sentative to fill out the unexpired term of Anne Brindley.
Dale Somers, associate professor of history at Georgia State College,
Atlanta, was named recipient of the 1968-1969 H. Bailey Carroll
Award for his article "James P. Newcomb: The Making of a Radical."
Somer's article appeared in the April 1969 issue of the Quarterly. The
Carol H. Tullis Award was given to the town of Albany for its annual
presentation of the Fandangle. Mrs. William D. White and Mr. John
L. Tullis, children of the late Mrs. Carol H. Tullis, long-time secretary-
treasurer of the Association, recently made an additional gift of $2,000
to increase the award to $200 annually.
The 1969 book auction was named in memory of Mrs. Starkey Dun-
can, active in the Association for so many years, and the late Professor
Andrew Forest Muir. The auction netted $1,86o.
JUNIOR HISTORIAN MEETING
The Junior Historians held their annual meeting on April 26, 1969,
at the Villa Capri. Richard T. Fleming, curator of the University
Writings Collection, Austin, was the principal luncheon speaker.
Dorman H. Winfrey, state librarian and Executive Council mem-
ber, presented the awards. The first place Leslie Waggener Memorial
Award was won by Melanie Wade for her prize-winning essay, "Hard-
Earned Dollars and a Barrel of Dust." The Carol H. Tullis Award,
given by the Dorman H. Winfrey family, was presented to Susan God-
bold for her essay, "Women of Texas," in the special category division
of the 1969 Junior Historian Writing Contest.
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