The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 77, July 1973 - April, 1974 Page: 256
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
The regular annual meeting of the Association will be held in Waco, Feb-
ruary 28-March 2, 1974.
The Society of Architectural Historians will meet April 3-8, 1974, in
The Organization of American Historians will meet in Denver, April 17-
The fifth annual Gulf Coast History and Humanities Conference will be
held in Pensacola, February 7-8, 1974. The theme of the I974 meeting is
"Indians of the Lower South."
Major collections of papers of two nationally known Texans have been
added to the Archives, Texas A&M University Library. U.S. Representative
Olin Teague has presented to the University his papers for 1946-1969.
Teague currently chairs the House Science and Astronautics Committee and
is known also for his long concern with veterans' matters. The unique file
of materials assembled by Bascom N. Timmons has also been received at
Texas A&M. Timmons, who began his newspaper career in 1906, served
for more than fifty years as a Washington correspondent, primarily for Texas
From early 1939 until the end of the summer 1940 the late Ralph J.
Bunche led a team of scholars as a member of the Carnegie-Myrdal project
to investigate the position of the Negro in the United States. From Bunche's
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