The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 77, July 1973 - April, 1974 Page: 126
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
The Association's semi-annual meeting will be held in Fredericksburg,
Texas, on October 2o, 1973, and will be cosponsored by the Gillespie Coun-
ty Historical Society. Registration begins Friday evening, October 19, and
continues Saturday morning. Three papers concentrating on historical as-
pects of the Hill Country will be presented at the morning session. Martha
Doty Freeman, of the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, will give a
slide-lecture on some Hill Country painters; Kent Keeth, director of the
Texas Collection at Baylor University, will speak on nineteenth-century
social life; and Lonn Taylor, director of Winedale Inn, will discuss furni-
ture makers of the Hill Country. A luncheon and an afternoon tour of
historical points of interest will conclude the meeting.
The Association's annual meeting will be held in Waco, February 28-
March 2, 1974.
The University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston and the University
of Texas M. D. Anderson Hospital in Houston will sponsor a symposium on
The Legacies of Railroad Medicine to American Health Care on October
27-28 at the M. D. Anderson Hospital. Physicians, historians, and railway
officials are invited to participate in this discussion of various facets of rail-
way medicine in Texas and other areas of the United States.
The Western History Association will meet in Fort Worth, Texas, on
The Southern Historical Association's annual meeting will take place No-
vember 7-1o in Atlanta, Georgia.
The American Historical Association will meet December 28-30 in San
On March 5 formal presentation was made to the Texas State Library,
Archives Division, of the collection of 4,358 Sam Houston documents pre-
served by his son, the late Senator Andrew Jackson Houston, and his
daughters, adding to the Archives one of the largest private collections ever
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