The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 47, July 1943 - April, 1944 Page: 67
AFFAIRS OF THE ASSOCIATION
The forty-seventh annual meeting of the Association was
held in Austin on April 23-24. This year's meeting was held
jointly with the Texas Folk-Lore Society. When one considers
the wartime transportation difficulties involved, the attend-
ance was good. The Junior Historians, however, were much
missed, and all look forward to the time when the young peo-
ple can be again a regular part of the meeting.
A list of the donors to the book auction is given in the Texas
Collection. The bidding was spirited this year, and the As-
sociation is indebted to all who contributed to the success of
the auction, either by gift, purchase, or services.
Dr. K. H. Aynesworth again proved himself one of the out-
standing presiding officers in the State by his excellent handling
of the joint Historical and Folk-Lore Dinner.
The complete historical program follows:
Forty-Seventh Annual Meeting
The Texas State Historical Association
FRIDAY, APRIL 23
Maximilian Room--Driskill Hotel
9:30 A. M.
Townsend Miller, Presiding
Railroad Development in the Republic of Texas
Andrew Forest Muir
The Wainwrights in Texas.............. Col. M. L. Crimmins
Texas Enters the Union .......................L. E. Peevy
The Personnel of the Men of the Mier Expedition
Private Dining Roorm-Driskill Hotel
Herbert P. Gambrell, Presiding
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