The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 90, July 1986 - April, 1987 Page: 394
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
The Association will hold its ninety-second annual meeting in Austin,
March 3-5, 1988. The meeting will be held at the Hyatt Regency on
Town Lake. The Hyatt has a reputation for having the best fajitas in
Austin, which is one small reason-in addition to the lively sessions,
Texana auction, and good companionship-to plan to attend. Bring a
friend and let them see what being an Association member is all about.
See you in Austin in '88.
The Society for Historians of the Early Republic will hold its annual
meeting at Temple University City Center Campus in Philadelphia,
July 16-18. For information, write James H. Broussard, Secretary-
Treasurer, SHEAR, History Department, Lebanon Valley College, Ann-
ville, Pennsylvania 17003.
The Sixth Annual Mission Research Conference will be held August
1 at Our Lady of the Lake University. For further information, contact
Sister Maria Carolina Flores, C.D.P., Our Lady of the Lake University,
411 S.W. 24th St., San Antonio 78285-
On September 24, 1986, Texas lost one of its most well-known and
beloved historians: Wayne Gard. A prolific researcher and writer, Mr.
Gard was one of the leading Texas historians of his generation. The
Texas State Historical Association and the field of Texas studies bene-
fited greatly from his many contributions as a scholar and leader.
Sanford Wayne Gard was born in Brockton, Illinois, June 21, 1899.
He was a 1921 Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Illinois College, earned a
master's degree from Northwestern University in 1925, and studied at
Columbia University. In the late 192os he worked as a wire editor and
foreign correspondent in Burma for the Associated Press and served as
head of the department of journalism at Grinnell College. After work-
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