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strength, and character from its past, but also we must help
to create a world order in which decent, democratic cultures
can exist without the danger of attack by international brigands
out to loot the nations whose genius has been devoted to
human welfare instead of to war and violence.
Therefore, now when the ancient home of our culture stands
almost alone heroically resisting the attacks of the totalitarian
states, we feel drawn as never before to the past of our own
Texas; we realize more clearly the importance of recording
that past; and we resolve to protect our heritage by helping
to create an environment in which free institutions can develop
in peace and security.
Contributors to the book auction for 1941 were:

Miss Winnie Allen
Dr. E. C. Barker
Mr. R. B. Blake
Mr. H. W. Caldwell
Mr. Frank Caldwell
Dr. H. Bailey Carroll
Dr. J. L. Clark
Col. M. L. Crimmins
Mr. Harbert Davenport
Mr. Dudley Dobie
R. R. Donnelley & Sons
Dr. Frederic Duncalf
Mr. J. C. Dykes
Mrs. Ben E. Edwards
Dr. Claude Elliott
Mr. Chris Emmett
Mr. & Mrs. Dan Ferguson
Mr. Lewis Gannett
Dr. S. W. Geiser

Mrs. Sallie G. Giberson
Dr. T. R. Havins
Mr. W. R. Hogan
Mr. J. Marvin Hunter
Miss Julia Ideson
Mr. Stanley Marcus
Mr. W. L. Moore
Dr. P. I. Nixon
Mr. Trueman O'Quinn
Mr. C. L. Patterson
Mr. Lovick Pierce
Dr. L. F. Sheffy
Dr. Ralph Steen
Mrs. Coral H. Tullis
Dr. W. P. Webb
Mr. J. R. Williams
Mrs. Clark Wright
Mr. John H. Wright
Mr. Ralph W. Yarborough


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