The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 47, July 1943 - April, 1944 Page: 55
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The Steck Company
Mr. Chr-is Emmett
The Virginia Historical
The Dallas News
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Ferguson
Miss Adina de Zavala
Mr. L. W. Kemp
Mr. Logan Anderson
R. R. Donnelley & Sons
Mr. J. W. Williams
Rev. William H. Oberste
Mr. J. C. Dykes
Mr. John H. Wright
Mr. Lewis Gannett, The New
York Herald Tribune
The Florida Historical Society
Mr. Rupert N. Richardson
Mr. Dudley Dobie
Mr. Ben B. Hunt
Mr. Claude Elliott
Mr. R. B. Blake
Col. M. L. Crimmins
If the name of any contributor has been inadvertently omit-
ted from this list, please call our attention to the omission.
Besides Donald Day and Frank Goodwyn, the thanks of the
Association are extended to Dorothy Louise Fields, Anna Bu-
chanan, and Judith Winston for special services at the auction.
Dr. O. H. Judkins spoke to the San Antonio Historical Asso-
ciation at their regular meeting Friday evening, May 21, 1943,
on "Life on the Western Frontier of Texas." The meeting was
held in Alamo Hall, the regular meeting place of the San An-
tonio Association. At the meeting of April 16, Mayor Gus B.
Mauermann was the speaker. C. Stanley Banks is now presi-
dent of the San Antonio Historical Association, and Lillian
Jaeggli is secretary.
For special services rendered the publicity incident to the
annual meeting, the thanks of the Association are extended
to Duncan Robinson, C. D. Richards, and E. C. Barksdale of
North Texas Agricultural College, Arlington, and to Miss Lo-
rena Drummond and Miss Alice Beeman of the Public Rela-
tions Bureau of the University.
By action of the Executive Council at the annual meeting,
two new names were added to the Fellows of the Association:
Sam Acheson of The Dallas Morning News and Ralph Steen of
Texas Agricultural and Mechanical College. Acheson has te-
cently entered military service as an Army Captain. Steen's
Twentieth Century Texas was recently reviewed in The Quar-
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