The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 44, July 1940 - April, 1941 Page: 266
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The Junior Historians within the vicinity of Fort Worth will
meet at the Fort Worth Public Library on Friday morning,
November 22, at 9:00 o'clock, to report on the activities and
plans for the new school year. The first issue of The Junior
Historian, publication of the organization, will be off the press
in November. It will convey news of the activities of the dif-
ferent chapters and members, and will publish, in so far as
space permits, contributions made by the Junior Historians
themselves. Sponsors are requested to send to the editor of
The Junior Historian any material produced by students which
is considered to be of broad general interest.
Any individual may receive all issues of The Junior Historian
issued during the school year for one dollar. Chapters and
clubs may receive all issues for the year at the club rate of
fifty cents where five or more are ordered.
The following chapters have been organized since the last
Albany High School
President, Marilynne Howsley
Secretary, Harold Law
Sponsors, Miss Carrie Inman and Mr. J. R. Webb
Lamesa High School
President, Freddie Mitchell
Secretary, Owen Taylor
Sponsors, Mr. D. W. Ogletree and Mr. Carl Rountree
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