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We would like to thank everyone who attended the 122nd Annual Meeting of the Texas State Historical Association (TSHA) at the Embassy Suites by Hilton San Marcos Hotel Conference Center & Spa in San Marcos, Texas, this past March. As is our custom for the July edition of the Southwestern Collection, we have included a few of the significant news items from the meeting in the following pages, including notices of new Fellows, new members of the TSHA Board of Directors, and awards and fellowship winners. [End Page 86]

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Photograph of the Springlake Hotel (also known as Aquarena Springs Inn) in San Marcos, Texas. THC National Register Collection.

Used by permission of the Texas Historical Commission. Downloaded from the Portal to Texas History, a digital repository hosted by the UNT Libraries, [Accessed May 1, 2018].

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New Fellows

The Texas State Historical Association added three new fellows at this year’s Annual Meeting: Glen Sample Ely, Kenneth Hafertepe, and Guadalupe San Miguel.

Glen Sample Ely earned his Ph.D. in history at Texas Christian University and has contributed to the understanding of Texas history in many ways. He has directed two dozen historical documentaries, published journal articles, and is the author of The Texas Frontier and the Butterfield Overland Mail, 1858–1861 (University of Oklahoma Press, 2016) and Where the West Begins: Debating Texas Identity (Texas Tech University Press, 2011). He is a Life Member of the Texas State Historical Association, has served as president of the West Texas Historical Association, and has contributed to many other regional and local historical societies.

Kenneth Hafertepe is chair of the Department of Museum Studies at Baylor University. He is a leading scholar of Texas material culture and architecture. Dr. Hafertepe’s books on the work of Austin architect Abner Cook, the French Legation in Austin, and on Galveston’s Ashton Villa, all published by the Texas State Historical Association more than twenty-five years ago, remain the definitive books on those subjects. His book Material Culture of German Texas, published in 2016 by Texas A&M University Press, won the 2016 Book Prize of the Southeastern Society of Architectural Historians, the Victorian Society in America’s Ruth Emery Award and the Texas State Historical Association’s Ron Tyler Award in 2017, and the Non-Fiction Award of Merit from the Philosophical Society of Texas in 2018.

Guadalupe San Miguel is professor of history at the University of Houston and is a prominent authority on Texas and Mexican American history. He is the author of Let All of Them Take Heed: Mexican Americans and the Quest for Educational Equality, which was first published in 1987 by the University of Texas Press. A critical review of all the state and federal court cases for Mexican American educational equity, Let All of Them Take Heed has become a standard reader for teachers in Texas. He is a co-author with Emilio Zamora and Andrés Tijerina of Mexican Americans of Texas: A History of Tradition and Struggle, the first-ever K–12 textbook on the history of Mexican Americans, which is under contract for publication in 2018 by Kendall Hunt Publishers. His other books demonstrate his diverse interest, including Tejano Proud: Tex Mex Music in the 20th Century (Texas A&M University Press, 2002) and Brown, Not White: School Integration and the Chicano Movement (Texas A&M University Press, 2005).

New Board Members

The Texas State Historical Association welcomed four new members to its Board of Directors at the 2018 Annual Meeting: R. Lance Lolley, Carlos R. Hamilton Jr., Larry Ketchersid, and Andrew J. Torget. [End Page 88]

R. Lance Lolley has joined the board as treasurer. The managing partner of the accounting firm Lolley & Associates, he has more than thirty-five years of experience in public accounting and focuses his practice on closely held businesses. He consults with and advises business owners on taxation, financial reporting, and estate planning. Additionally, he has substantial practice focus in advising not-for-profit organizations. Lolley earned a Bachelor of Business Administration (Accounting) from the University of North Texas and is a Certified Public Accountant. He is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Texas Society of Certified Public Accountants.

Carlos R. Hamilton Jr., M.D., is special advisor to the president of the University of Texas (UT) Health Science Center in Houston and professor of medicine at UT McGovern Medical School. He graduated from the University of Texas at Austin and Baylor College of Medicine. After fellowships at the Johns Hopkins Hospital and the Massachusetts General Hospital, he served on the faculty at the Johns Hopkins Medical School and at the Wilford Hall USAF Medical Center. For twenty-five years he was a practicing internist and endocrinologist on the clinical faculty of Baylor College of Medicine before he assumed his present positions. He has long-standing interests in the individual stories that comprise the historical tapestry and has published A Rose Blooms in Texas (Bright Sky Press, 2015), the story of two young Texans who came of age during the Civil War era. He is the fourth of five generations of Texas physicians.

Larry Ketchersid is the CEO of Media Sourcery, Inc., a security software and services company. He and his wife, Audrey, also run JoSara MeDia, an ebook, app, and audio book publishing company named after their children, Josh and Sara. The Ketchersids produced the TSHA series of Cotten books as ebooks and audio books, and their multimedia app on the Battle of San Jacinto was built in partnership with TSHA. Prior to these ventures, Ketchersid worked at several technology startups after a fifteen-year stint at Compaq Computer Corporation in Houston. He has degrees in computer science, mathematics, and physics from Trinity University in San Antonio. Ketchersid has authored two novels (Dusk Before the Dawn and Software By the Kilo, which includes historical fiction concerning the Italian campaign in World War II), a set of memoirs for his parents, several apps in the Apple App Store (including one on rafting the Grand Canyon), and is working on a history of computing featuring many Texas technology companies. Mr. Ketchersid participated on Team TSHA in the Texas Independence Relay (TIR) in 2011 and 2012 and assisted Steve Cook and Andrew Torget in setting up the initial TSHA TIR run.

Andrew J. Torget is an associate professor at the University of North Texas, where he specializes in Texas, the Old South, the U.S.–Mexico borderlands, and digital scholarship. The founder and director of numerous digital humanities projects, including the Digital Austin Papers, Mapping [End Page 89] Texts, Texas Slavery Project, and Voting America, Torget earned his Ph.D. from the University of Virginia and served as the founding director of the Digital Scholarship Lab at the University of Richmond. In 2011, he was named the inaugural David J. Weber Research Fellow at the Clements Center for Southwest Studies at Southern Methodist University. His most recent book is Seeds of Empire: Cotton, Slavery, and the Transformation of the Texas Borderlands, 1800–1850 (University of North Carolina Press, 2015), which won numerous book prizes and awards, including the David J. Weber-Clements Center Prize for Best Non-Fiction Book on Southwestern America from the Western Historical Association.


At every Annual Meeting, the Texas State Historical Association honors significant contributions to the historical scholarship on the Lone Star State with numerous awards. The editors of the Southwestern Historical Quarterly extend our congratulations to the following scholars.

The Coral Horton Tullis Memorial Prize is given annually to the best book on Texas history published during the previous calendar year. The winner for 2018 was Bradley Folsom of the University of Texas at Arlington for his book, Arredondo: Last Spanish Ruler of Texas and Northeastern New Spain, which was published by the University of Oklahoma Press. Arredondo was also recognized with the Kate Broocks Bates Award, which is given annually to the best book on any aspect of Texas history prior to 1900 published during the previous two calendar years.

DFW Deco: Modernistic Architecture of North Texas by Jim Parsons and David Bush, which was published by TCU Press, won the Ron Tyler Award for the Best Illustrated Book on Texas History and Culture, an award funded by the Summerlee Foundation and given annually for a book dealing with Texas history and using special visual applications such as photography and reproduction of historic paintings.

The Lowman Memorial Prize is given annually to the best book on Texas county and local history published during the calendar year. This award was established in 2014 to honor the many contributions of Al Lowman, a famed Texas bibliophile and longtime friend of the TSHA. The winner of the Al Lowman Award for 2018 was Anthony R. Carrozza for The Dukes of Duval County, which was published by the University of Oklahoma Press.

The H. Bailey Carroll Award is given annually for the best article to appear in the Southwestern Historical Quarterly. This year’s winner was Michael D. Wise from the University of North Texas for “Seeing Like A Stomach: Food, the Body, and Jeffersonian Exploration in the Near Southwest, 1804–1808,” which appeared in the April 2017 issue of the Quarterly. [End Page 90]

This year, in commemoration of the centennial of the Great War, a Special Award for Research and Writing on Texas in World War I was offered for the best article-length submission to the Southwestern Historical Quarterly received by December 15, 2017, that dealt with the contributions of Texans to the World War I effort or the effects of the Great War on Texas. The award went to Jeffrey L. Littlejohn with Charles Ford, Jami Horne, and Briana Weaver for their article “The Cabiness Family Lynching: Race, War, and Memory in Walker County, Texas.”


Along with the awards listed above, the Texas State Historical Associations offers several fellowships to help support scholarship. We congratulate this year’s winners.

The Catarino and Evangelina Hernández Research Fellowship in Latino History is awarded annually for the best research proposal relating to the history of Latinos in Texas. This year’s award for $1000 went to Sandra I. Enríquez of the University of Missouri–Kansas City for her research project, “El Barrio No Se Vende!: Urban Redevelopment and Community-Controlled Preservation in El Paso, Texas.” Dr. Enríquez also won the John H. Jenkins Research Fellowship in Texas History, which is awarded annually for the best research proposal having to do with Texas history.

Katherine Bynum of Texas Christian University won the Mary M. Hughes Research Fellowship in Texas History, which is awarded annually for the best research proposal on twentieth-century Texas history. Her winning project was “Civil Rights in the ‘City of Hate’: Black and Brown Activism against Police Brutality in Dallas, Texas.”

The Cecilia Steinfeldt Fellowship for Research in the Arts and Material Culture is given annually for the best research proposal on decorative and fine arts, material culture, preservation, and architecture in Texas from the seventeenth century to the present. This year’s recipient was Joseph H. Larnerd of Stanford University for his research project, “The Makings of Cut Glass in America, 1876–1916.”

The Ellen Clarke Temple Research Fellowship in Texas Women’s History, given annually for the best proposal for research in the history of women in Texas was presented to Tiffany González of Texas A&M University for her project, “Texas Latinas Transforming American Politics in Post-1945 United States.”

The TSHA’s newest fellowship, the Texas State Library and Archives Commission Research Fellowship in Texas History, which carries a $2,000 award, will now be presented annually for the best research proposal utilizing collections of the State Archives in Austin. The inaugural fellowship [End Page 91] was awarded to two recipients. A full fellowship went to William S. Bush of Texas A&M University-San Antonio for his research project on “Future Dangerousness, Childhood, and the Death Penalty in Modern Texas History.” A partial fellowship was given to Edward Valentin Jr. of Rice University for his project “Black Regiments on America’s Imperial Frontier: Race, Citizenship, and Military Occupation.”

The Mary Jon and J. P. Bryan Leadership in Education Award, which is given annually to recognize and honor the outstanding history teacher in Texas at the middle school, high school, and college levels. The two winners of the Bryan Award for 2018 were Jerry Thompson from Texas A&M International University and Mike Bailey from Northeast Independent School District in San Antonio.


Jesús F. “Frank” de la Teja, Ph.D., became chief executive officer of the TSHA on February 1, 2018. De la Teja was TSHA president for 2007–2008 while also serving as the inaugural Texas State Historian (2007–2009). For seventeen years, from July 1997 to April 2014, he was the book review editor of the Southwestern Historical Quarterly. Among his many publications are the article “Why Urbano and María Trinidad Can’t Get Married: Social Relations in Late Colonial San Antonio,” which appeared in the October issue of the Quarterly, and his groundbreaking history of early San Antonio, San Antonio de Béxar: A Community on New Spain’s Northern Frontier (University of New Mexico Press, 1995). He was the Jerome H. and Catherine E. Supple Professor of Southwestern Studies, Regents’ Professor of History, and Director of the Center for the Study of the Southwest at Texas State University until he retired in August 2017.

He often advises on TSHA projects, most recently with the Handbook of Tejano History, a Handbook of Texas project. With his wife, Magdalena H. de la Teja, Ph.D., he established the Catarino and Evangelina Hernández Research Fellowship to support further research in Latino history in Texas. The fellowship is named in honor of Dr. Magdalena de la Teja’s parents, emigrants from Mexico who became U.S. citizens.

Named a TSHA Fellow in 2001, De la Teja has demonstrated remarkable abilities in research and knowledge as he has published extensively on Spanish, Mexican, and Republic-era Texas. He participated on the content development team for the Bullock Texas State History Museum. In addition, he is a recipient of the Americanism Medal from the Daughters of the American Revolution, a fellow of the Texas Catholic Historical Society, and a member of the Philosophical Society of Texas and of the Texas Institute of Letters. [End Page 92]

Calls for Papers

In celebration of its milestone twentieth anniversary, the organizers of the annual Legacies Dallas History Conference welcome proposals from both professional and lay historians on the theme of “Turning Points in Dallas History,” which focuses on key events that shaped the city and region. City planning, building the Trinity River levees and bridges, ensuring adequate water supplies, revising the form and functions of the city council, meeting the challenges of World War II, the introduction of high-tech industries to North Texas, medical breakthroughs, attracting professional sports teams and providing facilities for them—these activities all helped create the modern city. The organizers encourage topics that can be well-illustrated with historical images. Proposals should be accompanied by sample images if possible.

All papers must be based on original research and must not have been presented or published elsewhere. The best papers will be published in a subsequent issue of Legacies: A History Journal for Dallas and North Central Texas. Those interested in presenting papers should submit a brief summary of their proposal by July 31, 2018, to Dallas History Conference, 1515 S. Harwood St., Dallas, TX 75215, or by email to Mandy Olsen at Those selected will be notified by August 31, 2018.

The Twentieth Annual Legacies History Conference will be held on Saturday, January 26, 2019. The Texas State Historical Association is among fourteen organizations that jointly sponsor the conference.


Texas A&M University-San Antonio (TAMUSA) has announced the first biennial symposium of its Global Borders and Borderlands History Program, “The Power of Borders: Historical Perspectives on Unity and Division in Global Borderlands,” April 19–20, 2019. The two-day symposium will consist of a Friday afternoon field trip and an evening reception, followed by one full day (Saturday) of panels with a lunchtime keynote address by historian Brian DeLay.

Borders and borderlands have the unique power to simultaneously unite and divide the people living in and around them. Scholars studying all parts of the world recognize the importance of borders and borderlands not only in the geopolitical sense, but also as they affect economics, diplomacy, culture, society, and human identity. The symposium organizers welcome individual paper and full-panel proposals from persons who study the role of borders—and the complex “borderlands” they create—in shaping global historical narratives. Submissions are encouraged from [End Page 93] scholars of all fields of study—including but not limited to historians, anthropologists, archaeologists, political scientists, linguists, and geographers—who may not employ borderlands studies as their primary methodological approach, but who have an interest in exploring the effects of borders across time and place. Submissions that integrate gender, race and ethnicity, indigenous populations, material culture, and public history into their analytical framework are also invited.

The program committee, chaired by Dr. William S. Kiser, requests both full panel and individual paper submissions. All submissions are due November 15, 2018, and should be emailed to For individual paper submissions, submit a title and three hundred-word abstract along with a one-page curriculum vitae. For full-panel submissions, submit a title and three hundred-word abstract along with individual paper titles and abstracts, and a one-page curriculum vitae for each participant.

The symposium will be hosted on the campus of Texas A&M University-San Antonio, with the generous support of the Department of Arts and Humanities and the Office of the President. Plans include the publication of a refereed edited volume based on papers presented at the symposium.


The Baylor University Institute for Oral History has announced its upcoming online introductory oral history workshop available on two consecutive Wednesday mornings, August 1 and August 8, 2018. The six-hour, interactive training attracts newcomers to oral history from around the world. Baylor’s award-winning oral historians equip participants to get started using oral history methodology through instruction on project design, ethical and legal considerations, recording equipment, interviewing techniques, and processing and preserving oral history. Find out more about the “Getting Started with Oral History” workshop and register at Inquiries may be directed to


Connecting Texas: 300 Years of Trails, Rails, and Roads will be in the Robert J. and Helen C. Kleberg South Texas Heritage Center at the Witte Museum in San Antonio until September 3, 2018, and feature maps that examine how explorers, Native Americans, armies, immigrants, and early settlers moved in, around, and across Texas over the last three hundred years. The exhibit also celebrates the tricentennial anniversary of San Antonio’s founding, and emphasizes the integral role of the city to political, cultural, and economic movement through time.

The works in this exhibition are mainly from the archival collection of [End Page 94] the Texas General Land Office, and from the private map collection of Frank and Carol Holcomb of Houston, who are lending eight maps for this exhibition. Additionally, there is material on loan from private collectors Ted and Sharon Lusher of Austin and Bill Price of Houston.


The Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum has announced the exhibition Robert Lougheed: Horses of the World, which opened on March 10, 2018, in the museum’s Recent Acquisitions Gallery. This exhibition will highlight thirteen works of art depicting horses of the world and will be on display until August 15, 2018.

Best known for his paintings of horses, Robert Lougheed (1910–1982) was born in central Ontario, Canada. He developed a passion for drawing wildlife and studied at the Ontario College of Arts in Toronto and the École des Beaux-Arts in Montreal before working as an illustrator for the Toronto Star in 1929. Lougheed then served as an illustrator for magazines such as Reader’s Digest, Sports Afield, True, Argosy, and Collier’s. He also illustrated commercial advertising, such as Mobil Oil’s flying red horse and calendar images for Brown & Bigelow. In addition, the United States Post Office commissioned Lougheed to create the image for the six-cent buffalo stamp. Elected to the Cowboy Artists of America (CAA) in 1968 and the National Academy of Western Art (NAWA) in 1973, Lougheed received numerous awards, including the Western Heritage Award, the Colt Firearms Award, the Jasper Crospey Award, and many gold and silver medals from the CAA and NAWA exhibitions.

Dust Jackets

Monte Akers’s The Grande Dame of Austin is a history of one of the Texas capital’s iconic places, the Driskill Hotel. The book covers the early history of Austin and the life of Jesse Driskill (the hotel’s founder), and it includes a wide assortment of facts, stories, and legends (e.g., the ghosts that are supposed to haunt it) associated with the elegant building that has stood on Sixth Street since 1886. The book was published by Waterloo Press, which can be found online at


Earlier this year, the University of Tennessee Press issued volume 4 of Confederate Generals in the Western Theater: Essays on America’s Civil War, which was edited by Lawrence Lee Hewitt and Thomas E. Schott. Aside from Braxton Bragg, the collection’s articles detail the activities of lesser-known figures like Felix Kirk Zollicoffer, Abraham Buford, and Gideon [End Page 95] J. Pillow. The geographical breadth of this volume is impressive, featuring articles that focus on operations at Chickamauga, in Kentucky, and in Wilmington, North Carolina. There are scattered references to events in Indian Territory, but events in Texas, New Mexico, and Louisiana receive no mention in the index. The University of Tennessee Press can be found online at


Aggies everywhere might be interested in “Here”: The Muster Speeches at Texas A&M University. The “Muster” is an A&M tradition that honors deceased alumni, and “Here” collects Muster speeches from 1943 to 2017. Prominent Muster speechmakers include Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower (1946), Gov. Allan Shivers (1954), Maj. Gen. J. Earl Scudder (1956), and Henry G. Cisneros (1980). TSHA members may recognize historian Andrés Tijerina, who gave the 1994 Muster speech. Appropriately, “Here” was published by Texas A&M University Press,

New Members

The Texas State Historical Association welcomes new members who joined between February 5, 2018, and May 8, 2018.

  • Bruce Abbe, Borger, TX

  • Kristina Absher, Houston, TX

  • Ervin Adams, Gatesville, TX

  • Amy Anderson, Burkburnett, TX

  • Ashley Area, Angleton, TX

  • Charity Armstrong, Austin, TX

  • David Awalt, Avalon, CA

  • Robert Barnett, Garden City, ID

  • Diane Bartek, Cross Roads, TX

  • John Beach, Leander, TX

  • Alvin Beck, Garland, TX

  • Kenneth Becker, Montgomery, TX

  • Alan Bellamy, Houston, TX

  • John Bennett, Houston, TX

  • Nancy Berlage, Buda, TX

  • Tommy Berry, Hermleigh, TX

  • Tommy Bowden, Bangs, TX

  • Ellen Brady, Missouri City, TX

  • Ronald Broida, Rochester, NY

  • Rob Brown, Wichita Falls, TX

  • Lakisha Brown, Fresno, TX

  • John Burkholder, Dallas, TX

  • Peter Burnham, Houston, TX

  • Bill Bush, San Antonio, TX

  • Katie Buyse, Dallas, TX

  • Farris Byrd, Nacogdoches, TX

  • Philip Cagle, Houston, TX

  • Les Calger, Tuttle, OK

  • Jason Cannon, Seattle, WA

  • Patricia Cano, Waco, TX

  • Jerry Carlisle, Murphy, TX

  • Robert Carter, Texarkana, TX

  • J. Carter, West Lake Hills, TX

  • Jody Case, Center Point, TX

  • Julia Cauthorn, Houston, TX

  • Jimmy Chalk, Cambridge, MA

  • Shawna Childress, Conroe, TX

  • Noah Chu, Dallas, TX

  • Sally Clayton, San Antonio, TX

  • Hoyt Clevenger, Liberty, TX

  • Jeremy Clifton, Hutto, TX

  • Steve Cochran, Houston, TX

  • Sherri Colby, Waxahachie, TX

  • Cheryl G. Collins, Austin, TX

  • Michael Compton, Gainesville, TX

  • Mary Beth Condara, Houston, TX

  • Randall Conner, Winters, TX

  • Frank Conselman, Rockwall, TX

  • Juan D. Coronado, East Lansing, MI

  • Carla Corzine, Plano, TX [End Page 96]

  • Lee Courtney, Huntsville, TX

  • Tracy Cox, San Augustine, TX

  • Doug Crawford, Schertz, TX

  • Johnny Crawley, Mesquite, TX

  • Gary Crook, Cleveland, TX

  • Katie Crow, Fort Worth, TX

  • Carolyn Culhane, Cleburne, TX

  • William Cullinan, Refugio, TX

  • Pattie Davis, San Antonio, TX

  • Beverly Davis, Liberty, TX

  • Manuel De Pena, Bulverde, TX

  • Betsy Deiterman, Albuquerque, NM

  • Katherine DeLeon, Grand Prairie, TX

  • Bridget Demby, Katy, TX

  • John Derrah, El Paso, TX

  • Joseph Dietz, Carrollton, TX

  • John Dix, Dallas, TX

  • Thomas Dodd, Fort Worth, TX

  • Melaney DuCoin, Somerville, TX

  • Dee Dunaway, Azle, TX

  • Cary Dupuy, Austin, TX

  • Kenneth Dwight, Fulshear, TX

  • James Dyer, Seymour, TN

  • Kathy Eads, Pasadena, TX

  • Emily Eddins, Austin, TX

  • Donald Edinburgh, Dallas, TX

  • Frances Emerson-Flatt, Mission, TX

  • Wendy Erwin, Ranger, TX

  • David Evans, Tyler, TX

  • Jack Evins, Galveston, TX

  • Amber Ferguson, Overton, TX

  • Lew Fincher, Friendswood, TX

  • Eleno Flores, Conroe, TX

  • Kevin Fontenot, Austin, TX

  • Kyle Frazier, Houston, TX

  • Garrett Garcia, El Paso, TX

  • Lauren Garduno, Wingate, TX

  • Wayne Garman, Glendale, AZ

  • Cathy Gary, Austin, TX

  • James Gaudet, Austin, TX

  • Rachael Gault, Springtown, TX

  • Tom Gearty, Jamaica Plain, MA

  • Linda George, Center, TX

  • Marcilio Gonzalez, Corpus Christi, TX

  • Sharon Gornic, Kingwood, TX

  • Bernie Gradel, Lubbock, TX

  • Timothy Green, Colinsville, OK

  • Joyce Greenlee, Hamilton, TX

  • Gene Griffin, Comanche, TX

  • Charles Guittard, Dallas, TX

  • K. J. Hallmark, Brady, TX

  • Chaudhry Hameed, Dallas, TX

  • Allen Hamilton, San Antonio, TX

  • Sharon Hanan, Houston, TX

  • Kenneth Haney, Wichita Falls, TX

  • James Harp, Canyon, TX

  • Celso Harper, Buena Vista, CO

  • Jim Harris, Pipe Creek, TX

  • Jan Hart, Irving, TX

  • James Hawkins, Nashville, TN

  • Jill Hayes, Beaumont, TX

  • John Haymond, Fort Sam Houston, TX

  • Nancy Hayter, Fort Stockton, TX

  • Kenneth Hedges, San Antonio, TX

  • Ellen S. Helbing, Dallas, TX

  • Sandra Hewett, Trinidad, TX

  • Clinton Hildabrand, San Antonio, TX

  • Larry Hilderbrand, Flower Mound, TX

  • David Hill, The Woodlands, TX

  • Hunt Holden, Brier, WA

  • David Hollis, Katy, TX

  • Terrell Holsinger, Hurst, TX

  • Sam Houston, Austin, TX

  • Don Hoyt, Bryan, TX

  • David Hudgins, Waxahachie, TX

  • Barbara Hudson, Johnson City, TX

  • Henry Huggins, San Antonio, TX

  • Douglas Huntsucker, Panama City, FL

  • Clinton Isbell, Madisonville, TX

  • S. Douglas Jackson, Kennedale, TX

  • R. Jackson, Tucson, AZ

  • Janet Jacobson, Leander, TX

  • Karl Jacoby, New York, NY

  • Larie Jamieson, Houston, TX

  • Karen Janes, Houston, TX

  • Cynthia Janis, Keller, TX

  • Patricia Jentsch, Seguin, TX

  • J. Johnson, Dayton, TX

  • Ed Johnson, San Antonio, TX

  • William Johnston, Plano, TX

  • Robert Jones, Diboll, TX

  • Tina Jones, Burnet, TX

  • Bailey Judis, Austin, TX

  • Josiah Kinsky, Canyon, TX

  • Harry Kirk, El Paso, TX

  • William Kirkpatrick, San Marcos, TX

  • Traycee Klein, Austin, TX

  • Carrie Klein, San Antonio, TX

  • Sharon Kline, Flint, TX

  • Margie Knowles, College Station, TX

  • Jasmina Kocurek, Houston, TX

  • Kenneth Kovar, New Braunfels, TX

  • Lisa Kuopus, San Antonio, TX

  • M. LaDue, Highland Village, TX

  • Shane Lance, Quanah, TX

  • Chyna Lane, El Paso, TX [End Page 97]

  • Larry Lange, Wappingers Falls, NY

  • Robert Lawry, Iola, TX

  • William Leazer, Dallas, TX

  • Jessica LeBeau, Rowlett, TX

  • Jordan Lewans, Medicine Hat, AB

  • Lisa Lewis, Jasper, TX

  • Jim Lewis, Cedar Creek, TX

  • Dwight Lieb, San Antonio, TX

  • David Lindemood, Midland, TX

  • Larry Joe Lloyd, Hockley, TX

  • Timothy Loonam, Austin, TX

  • Mitchell Loper, Houston, TX

  • Richard Lowe, Silver Cliff, CO

  • Gerald Lucas, APO, AE

  • Carl Luckenbach, Fredericksburg, TX

  • Louis Luna, Fort Walton Beach, FL

  • Lou Mallory, Mineola, TX

  • Eileen Mankin, Clifford, IN

  • Kristian Marks, San Antonio, TX

  • Susan Martin, Gilmer, TX

  • Javier Martinez, Hebbronville, TX

  • Daniel Martinez, Kapolei, HI

  • Brenda Matthews, Fort Worth, TX

  • Larkin Matthews, Houston, TX

  • Carl Maultsby, Harker Heights, TX

  • Diana Mayfield, Henderson, TX

  • Fredrick Mayo, Jacksonville, TX

  • Dolores McBee, Pasadena, TX

  • Steven McClintock, Long Beach, CA

  • Victoria McFadden, Clute, TX

  • Frank McGee, Houston, TX

  • Michael McGinity, Houston, TX

  • Steve McIntosh, Harper, TX

  • Douglas McLauchlin, McDonough, GA

  • Richard McLean, Plano, TX

  • A. V. McMaster, Dallas, TX

  • David McMurray, Houston, TX

  • Billie McSpadden, Blooming Grove, TX

  • Patrick Meaney, Hebbronville, TX

  • Michael Means, Irvine, CA

  • William Metzroth, Lake Jackson, TX

  • Nikki Miller, Cedar Hill, TX

  • Adrian Miller, Poth, TX

  • Michael Miller, Austin, TX

  • Ray Morales, Lakeside, CA

  • Sue Morris, Silverton, TX

  • William Morris, The Woodlands, TX

  • Joe Moss, Lake Jackson, TX

  • Suzanne Moyers, Montclair, NJ

  • Robert Muckleroy III, Granbury, TX

  • Daniel W. Murray, Plano, TX

  • Wade Naney, Lago Vista, TX

  • Jimmie Neff, San Antonio, TX

  • Linda Newman, Carrollton, TX

  • Patricia Nieto, Seguin, TX

  • Eldon Nifong, Elkhart, IN

  • Robert Norvell, Houston, TX

  • Geraldine W. Novak, Washington, DC

  • Irene O’Kane, Tomball, TX

  • Luther Oelke, Seguin, TX

  • Leslie Oglesby, Austin, TX

  • Kathy Ordner, Corpus Christi, TX

  • Betty Orsak, Katy, TX

  • Bailey Osborne, Arlington, TX

  • Neil Pascoe, Austin, TX

  • James Pavliska, Floresville, TX

  • Craig Peterson, Houston, TX

  • H. Pettigrew, Fort Worth, TX

  • Robert Pickard, Cypress, TX

  • Daniel Pogue, Selma, TX

  • Dani Post, Hempstead, TX

  • Sarah Potter, Kingwood, TX

  • Nelda Powell, San Angelo, TX

  • Sandy Powell, Houston, TX

  • Cynthia Purcell, San Angelo, TX

  • Vicki Rae, Meridian, ID

  • Dianne Raish, Cumming, GA

  • Julian Ramirez, Houston, TX

  • Michele Ramon, San Antonio, TX

  • Valerie Ramos Tompkins, Austin, TX

  • Kristi Rankin, San Saba, TX

  • Reba Rhyne, Maryville, TN

  • Robert Richardson, Austin, TX

  • Mayme Richie-Gillespie, Benbrook, TX

  • Kris Richins, Kingsland, TX

  • Robert Rieder, Boerne, TX

  • Jaycie Rinehart, Chandler, TX

  • Kimberly Roe Yuhasz, Arlington, TX

  • LaDonna Rogers, Amarillo, TX

  • Collin Rohrbaugh, College Station, TX

  • Thomas Ross, San Antonio, TX

  • Linda Russell, Austin, TX

  • Peggy Ryan, Austin, TX

  • Thomas Sacco, Huntington Beach, CA

  • Cristina Salinas, Arlington, TX

  • Bob Saul, Fort Worth, TX

  • Sharon Saunders, San Antonio, TX

  • Clinton Sayers, Austin, TX

  • Tweed Scott, Round Rock, TX

  • Britt Scott, Burleson, TX

  • Bruce Scott, Dalhart, TX

  • Ann Seaman, Georgetown, TX

  • Alexander Shane, Stonewall, TX

  • Don Sharon, San Antonio, TX

  • Michelle Sheehan, Pflugerville, TX

  • Susan Shelby, Allen, TX [End Page 98]

  • Bob Shepherd, Temple, TX

  • Amanda Shields, Lake Worth, FL

  • Paul Short, Columbia, MD

  • Miguel Sifuentes, El Paso, TX

  • Teresa Sikes, Vidalia, GA

  • Wayne Simmons, Austin, TX

  • Edward B. Sisson, Oxford, MS

  • Ed Skow, Amarillo, TX

  • Ted Sloat, Houston, TX

  • Bryant Sloten, Blanco, TX

  • Kent Smead, Wichita Falls, TX

  • Dalyn Smith, Hondo, TX

  • David Smith, Nacogdoches, TX

  • Susan Smyer, League City, TX

  • Jeffrey Sober, Plano, TX

  • Penny Sowell Fouraker, Hickory, NC

  • Joe Specht, Abilene, TX

  • Adam Spikes, Kingwood, TX

  • Gloria Stafford, Austin, TX

  • Thomas Standefer, Azle, TX

  • Susan Stanfield, El Paso, TX

  • Leslie Stapleton, Floresville, TX

  • Michael Bob Starr, Abilene, TX

  • Kenneth Stevens, Houston, TX

  • Stephen Stookey, Hale Center, TX

  • Elissa Stroman, Lubbock, TX

  • Bryan Swartz, Dallas, TX

  • Michael Swiercinsky, Rockwall, TX

  • Sheryl Taylor, Houston, TX

  • David Taylor, New Braunfels, TX

  • Dean Terry, Springtown, TX

  • Texas Supreme Court Historical Society, Austin, TX

  • Sandra Thomas, Cary, NC

  • Robert Thomas, The Woodlands, TX

  • Bob Tierney, Cypress, TX

  • Leopoldo Trevino, Windcrest, TX

  • Henry Tribe, Albany, OH

  • Diane Tubbs, Frisco, TX

  • Roman Valles, Houston, TX

  • Diana Vela, Fort Worth, TX

  • Mark Wallace, Lubbock, TX

  • Betty H. Walton, Austin, TX

  • Charles Warford, Lawn, TX

  • Thomas Washburn, Burke, VA

  • Stephen Waszkiewicz, Houston, TX

  • Shannon Watts, Rio Vista, TX

  • Steve Weakley, San Antonio, TX

  • John Weed, Rockdale, TX

  • Steve White, Dallas, TX

  • Kennedy Whiteley, Austin, TX

  • Ella Whitley, Amarillo, TX

  • Walter Wilkins, Cedar Park, TX

  • Howard R. Williamson, Chula Vista, CA

  • John Wilson, Spring, TX

  • Larry Wingate, Bridge City, TX

  • John Woelfel, Corpus Christi, TX

  • Richard Wood, Georgetown, SC

  • Nancy Wood, San Antonio, TX

  • Robert Woodmansee, Fruitvale, TX

  • Phil Worthington, Streetman, TX

  • Samuel Wotipka, New Braunfels, TX

  • Janice Wright, Midlothian, TX

  • Robert Yawn, Conroe, TX

  • Wesley Young, Austin, TX

  • Lynn Young, Rockdale, TX

  • Elizabeth, Zajicek, Humble, TX

Life Members

The Texas State Historical Association would like to thank our life members for their generous support.

  • Mr. Clyde M. Siebman, Sherman, TX

  • Hon. Charles A. Spain, Houston, TX

  • Mrs. Sandra K. Calpakis, Houston, TX

  • Mr. Gregory B. Gregson, Houston, TX

  • Dr. John M. Parker, Plano, TX

  • Hon. and Mrs. Thomas R. Phillips, West Lake Hills, TX

  • Dr. Rosemary Morrow, Austin, TX

  • Dr. Ken R. Durham, Longview, TX

  • Dr. Monte L. Monroe, Lubbock, TX

  • Dr. Cecil E. Weller Jr., Seabrook, TX

  • Mr. and Mrs. John McStay, Dallas, TX

  • Mr. William A. Dennis, Dublin, TX

  • Dr. David L. Ware, Galveston, TX

  • Mr. Glen C. Skaggs, San Antonio, TX

  • Ms. Sylvia Gann Mahoney, Fort Worth, TX

  • Mr. Gordon Leigh Briscoe, Harlingen, TX

  • Dr. Watson Arnold, Fort Worth, TX

  • Dr. Gregg Cantrell, Fort Worth, TX

  • Dr. Jean A. Stuntz, Canyon, TX

  • Mr. and Mrs. Ben W. Huseman, Carrollton, TX [End Page 99]

  • Mr. Richard O. Baish, El Paso, TX

  • Ms. Martha L. Vaughan, Jonesville, TX

  • Mr. Joe C. Abel, Lampasas, TX

  • Dr. William R. Childs, Austin, TX

  • Mr. John W. McReynolds, Dallas, TX

  • Dr. William R. Weaver, Dallas, TX

  • Mr. James H. Clement Jr., Dallas, TX

  • Mr. John L. Schoellkopf, Dallas, TX

  • Mr. G. Hughes Abell, Austin, TX

  • Ms. Bess Thomas, Granite Shoals, TX

  • Mr. Larry McNeill, Tenaha, TX

  • Hon. Lynn N. Hughes, Houston, TX

  • Mr. Lyman Hardeman, Austin, TX

  • Dr. Harold J. Weiss Jr., Leander, TX

  • Mr. David A. Quintin, Dallas, TX

  • Dr. William Henry Kellar, Houston, TX

  • Mr. Edward L. Mixon, Austin, TX

  • Mr. and Mrs. Timothy C. Klinger, Fayetteville, AR

  • Ms. Margaret F. Carmichael, Aledo, TX

  • Ms. Rebecca Ussery, Harrah, OK

  • Mr. Bryan Hale, Austin, TX

  • Mr. James V. Dunkley, Irving, TX

  • Mr. Albert R. Rambo, Bryan, TX

  • Mr. Lee M. Bass, Fort Worth, TX

  • Mr. H. Ross Perot, Dallas, TX

  • Mr. David Grossblatt, Dallas, TX

  • Mr. John C. Oliver III, Austin, TX

  • Mr. Earl M. Ayles, Irving, TX

  • Mr. Richard C. Sanders, Dripping Springs, TX

  • Mr. Bill Moyers, New York, NY

  • Dr. Eugene I. Majerowicz, Los Angeles, CA

  • Dr. Eugene Edge III, Bryan, TX

  • Mr. Wayne Gibson, Leander, TX

  • Ms. Mary S. Wilson, Austin, TX

  • Mr. and Mrs. John C. Carey, Albuquerque, NM

  • Mr. Jefferson E. Carroll, Bryan, TX

  • Ms. Daye D. Collins, Tyler, TX

  • Mrs. Marion W. DeFord, Smithville, TX

  • Mr. Hugh M. Wright, Waxahachie, TX

  • Mr. Wolfram M. Von-Maszewski, Richmond, TX

  • Mr. John R. Willis, San Juan, TX

  • Mrs. Rosine M. Wilson, Beaumont, TX

  • Ms. Margaret D. Wells, McAllen, TX

  • Mr. William Waggener, Dallas, TX

  • Mrs. Patrick H. Welder-Murray, Victoria, TX

  • Mr. John C. White, Austin, TX

  • Mr. Jack B. Wilkinson Jr., Midland, TX

  • Mr. Richard O. Wilson, Houston, TX

  • Mr. and Mrs. Wallace S. Wilson, Houston, TX

  • Mr. Carl Wolary Jr., Oviedo, FL

  • Dr. Ralph A. Wooster, Corpus Christi, TX

  • Mr. and Mrs. David Wintermann, Eagle Lake, TX

  • Mr. Carl L. Yeckel, Dallas, TX

  • Mr. Sam D. Young Jr., Reno, NV

  • Ms. Margaret T. Waring, Comanche, TX

  • Mr. George C. Werner, Katy, TX

  • Dr. Robert A. Wooster, Corpus Christi, TX

  • Mrs. L. G. Robertson, Monrovia, CA

  • Ms. Karen Rehm, Vancouver, WA

  • Mr. Joe Sullivan, Austin, TX

  • Mr. Wayne Schavrda, Georgetown, TX

  • Mrs. Ben Ramsey, Austin, TX

  • Mr. Charles Smith, Lubbock, TX

  • Mr. William Scanlan Jr., San Antonio, TX

  • Ms. Virginia C. Scott, Aledo, TX

  • Mr. Joseph J. Shebl, Salinas, CA

  • Mr. William R. Simpson, Houston, TX

  • Mr. Eugene B. Smith, Dallas, TX

  • Dr. A. R. Stephens, Denton, TX

  • Mr. Graham Preston Stewart, Graham, TX

  • Mrs. Mamie Blount Stewart, Graham, TX

  • Dr. Robert L. Stockton, Waco, TX

  • Mrs. Emory B. Thompson, Austin, TX

  • Mr. B. D. Tucker, Montgomery, TX

  • Mr. Edward B. Tucker, Kerrville, TX

  • Mr. Robert W. Ritchey Jr., Garland, TX

  • Mrs. Laura A. Rau, Columbus, TX

  • Mr. John N. Rowe, Dallas, TX

  • Mrs. Peggy Tobin, Bandera, TX

  • Ms. Betsy Reese, Granite Shoals, TX

  • Dr. Jesús F. de la Teja, Austin, TX

  • Mr. Glenn E. Seureau, Ft. Lauderdale, FL

  • Mr. Tobin Perritt, Lake Jackson, TX

  • Mr. Larry McMurtry, Washington, DC

  • Mr. Patrick J. Parma, Azle, TX

  • Dr. and Mrs. David G. McComb, Fort Collins, CO

  • Dr. Sheridan Nichols, Fort Worth, TX

  • Mr. Richard C. Mason, Saluda, NC

  • Hon. and Mrs. Oscar Mauzy, Austin, TX

  • Mr. William J. Murray, Fischer, TX

  • Mr. Joseph S. Morris, San Antonio, TX

  • Mr. John A. Matthews, Albany, TX

  • Mr. Wales H. Madden Jr., Amarillo, TX

  • Mrs. Maria P. McPhail, Austin, TX

  • Mr. John H. McNeely, El Paso, TX

  • Mr. Richard W. McKinney, Nacogdoches, TX [End Page 100]

  • Mr. W. C. McCord, Dallas, TX

  • Ms. Elizabeth H. Maddux, San Antonio, TX

  • Mr. and Mrs. Red McCombs, San Antonio, TX

  • Mr. Alexander T. Pratt, La Marque, TX

  • Mr. James L. Powell, San Angelo, TX

  • Mr. Joseph H. Pool, Amarillo, TX

  • Mr. T. B. Pickens Jr., Dallas, TX

  • Mr. Robert K. Peters III, Tyler, TX

  • Ms. Frances V. Parker, Bay City, TX

  • Dr. Roger M. Olien, Austin, TX

  • Ms. Louise S. O’Connor, Victoria, TX

  • Mrs. Ben G. O’Neal, Fort Worth, TX

  • Mr. C. Schreiner Nelson, San Antonio, TX

  • Ms. Cindrette Ricker McDaniel, Dallas, TX

  • Dr. W. Michael Mathes, San Marino, CA

  • Mrs. Menton J. Murray, Harlingen, TX

  • Mr. and Mrs. Ted Pearsall, Dripping Springs, TX

  • Mr. Tweed Kezziah, Manitou Springs, CO

  • Mr. Randal B. Gilbert, Tyler, TX

  • Mr. Manuel Guerra, Laredo, TX

  • Mr. and Mrs. Dow Hamm Jr., Midland, TX

  • Mr. and Mrs. Ted Lusher, Austin, TX

  • Mr. Thomas A. Loomis, San Antonio, TX

  • Mr. Cliff Logan, Austin, TX

  • Mr. John M. Davis Jr., Dallas, TX

  • Mr. John H. Lyman, Mesilla Park, NM

  • Ms. Frances Lawrence, Fort Worth, TX

  • Mr. Alfred G. Laverty, Worcester, MA

  • Mr. Gilbert I. Low, Beaumont, TX

  • Mrs. Francita S. Ulmer, Houston, TX

  • Mr. Joe J. King, Houston, TX

  • Ms. Jo Ruth Kimbro, Garland, TX

  • Dr. George N. Green, Arlington, TX

  • Mr. John H. Jenkins, Austin, TX

  • Ms. Lois Garver, Dallas, TX

  • Mrs. Hugh S. Grady, Dallas, TX

  • Mr. Chris A. Hale, Austin, TX

  • Mr. and Mrs. Sherwood Inkley, San Antonio, TX

  • Mr. Clint W. Josey Jr., Dallas, TX

  • Mrs. Leland T. Jordan, Lufkin, TX

  • Capt. Julius W. Jockusch, Galveston, TX

  • Ms. Beverly Jacomini, Houston, TX

  • Adm. Bobby R. Inman, U.S.N (Ret.), Austin, TX

  • Mr. Kent R. Hance, Lubbock, TX

  • Mr. James P. Hart, Austin, TX

  • Mr. Weldon Hart, Fort Worth, TX

  • Mr. John Henderson, Lufkin, TX

  • Mr. Jimmie Hicks, Los Angeles, CA

  • Mr. Vernon B. Hill, Mission, TX

  • Mr. William J. Hill, Houston, TX

  • Ms. Molly Blaine Hollimon, Ennis, TX

  • Ms. Susan V. R. Hollimon, Austin, TX

  • Mr. John N. Gilbert II, Houston, TX

  • Dr. David B. Gracy II, Austin, TX

  • Mr. Ted O. Groebl, Big Spring, TX

  • Dr. and Mrs. Newt Hasson, Austin, TX

  • Ms. Donna G. Crow, Albuquerque, NM

  • Mr. Nathan C. Galloway III, San Francisco, CA

  • Mr. Herbert Gehring, El Paso, TX

  • Mr. and Mrs. Steve Ivy, Dallas, TX

  • Dr. Amy R. Lyman, Davis, CA

  • Mr. L. P. Gilvin, Amarillo, TX

  • Mr. and Mrs. Richard Grainger, Tyler, TX

  • Mr. Stuart W. Gentling, Fort Worth, TX

  • Dr. F. Parker Gregg, Houston, TX

  • Ms. Alison Campbell, Austin, TX

  • Dr. and Mrs. Charles Dickinson, Boston, MA

  • Mr. Joseph H. Coreth, Chevy Chase, MD

  • Mrs. Marguerite W. Butler, Austin, TX

  • Ms. Jamie B. Creech, San Antonio, TX

  • Mr. Jack H. Dunn, Portland, OR

  • Ms. Margaret Cox, Austin, TX

  • Mr. H. W. Davidson, Colleyville, TX

  • Mr. F. Gene Crawford, Houston, TX

  • Mr. Hugh J. Fitz-Gerald, San Antonio, TX

  • Mr. H. A. Fitzsimmons, San Antonio, TX

  • Mr. L. R. French Jr., Midland, TX

  • Mr. James C. Fourmy, Houston, TX

  • Mr. Billie J. Ellis, Houston, TX

  • Dr. Félix D. Almaráz Jr., San Antonio, TX

  • Mr. George W. Armstrong, Fort Worth, TX

  • Mr. and Mrs. Jno. P. Butler, Midland, TX

  • Mr. Sam T. Bracken, Tyler, TX

  • Dr. and Mrs. Jules Bohnn, Houston, TX

  • Ms. A. Leslie Ballard, Corpus Christi, TX

  • Mr. Paul F. Barnhart, Houston, TX

  • Dr. Alwyn Barr, Lubbock, TX

  • Mr. William H. Beasley III, Dallas, TX

  • Mr. and Mrs. Robert Beckham, Abilene, TX

  • Mr. John B. Carter Jr., Austin, TX

  • Mr. John L. Cox, Midland, TX

  • Ms. Carroll W. Conn, Beaumont, TX

  • Mr. John A. Cypher Jr., Kingsville, TX

  • Mr. B. W. Crain, Longview, TX

  • Ms. Genevieve H. Coonly, El Paso, TX

  • Mr. John Coates, Austin, TX

  • Ms. Molly C. Cline, Abilene, TX

  • Mr. Richard Moore, Austin, TX

  • Mrs. J. I. Cartwright, Terrell, TX

  • Mr. J. S. Carroll, New York, NY [End Page 101]

  • Ms. Shirley Caldwell, Albany, TX

  • Mr. Lee Caldwell, Abilene, TX

  • Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Duncan, McKinney, TX

  • Mr. Richard Donnelly Sr., Midland, TX

  • Mr. Franklin W. Denius, Austin, TX

  • Mr. Glen Dawson, Winfield, KS

  • Dr. Weldon G. Cannon, Temple, TX

  • Mr. Richard D. Culbertson, Fort Worth, TX

  • Mr. Roger A. Bartlett, Austin, TX

  • Ms. Eliza H. Bishop, Crockett, TX

  • Mr. James C. Bourne, Houston, TX

  • Dr. Walter L. Buenger, Bryan, TX

  • Mr. Henry C. Armbruster, Buda, TX

  • Mr. Pierce M. Allman, Dallas, TX

  • Mr. John Adkins, Houston, TX

  • Mr. Curtis Calder, Dallas, TX

  • Mr. Alfred Bishop, Houston, TX

  • Mr. and Mrs. James A. McAllen, Edinburg, TX

  • Mr. E. Charles Stern, Houston, TX

  • Mr. William Welge, Oklahoma City, OK

  • Mr. Robert M. Clark, Dallas, TX

  • Mr. John W. Crain, Dallas, TX

  • Ms. Caroline R. Alexander, San Antonio, TX

  • Dr. Patricia K. Benoit, Temple, TX

  • Ms. Deborah Carson, Fredericksburg, TX

  • Dr. Paul Rich, Cholula, Mexico

  • Mr. and Mrs. Bob Brinkman, Round Rock, TX

  • Ms. Mary A. Hewitt, Austin, TX

  • Dr. Glen Sample Ely, Grand Junction, CO

  • Mr. William F. Wardlaw, Waco, TX

  • Dr. Stephen L. Hardin, Abilene, TX

  • Mr. James C. Crain, Dallas, TX

  • Mr. George L. Clark, Austin, TX

  • Mrs. L. T. Barrow, Houston, TX

  • Mr. John H. Wells, Montevideo, Uruguay

  • Mr. Charles W. Schwartz, Houston, TX

  • Mr. Wesley Kyle, Pipe Creek, TX

  • Mrs. T. L. Wilson, Houston, TX

  • Mr. Timothy B. Maher, Houston, TX

  • Ms. Martha Doty Freeman, Austin, TX

  • Captain John J. Vandale, Amarillo, TX

  • Ms. Dorothy Sloan, Bluffton, TX

  • Dr. T. Michael Parrish, Waco, TX

  • Mr. Michael D. Heaston, Wichita, KS

  • Dr. L. Tuffly Ellis, Houston, TX

  • Hon. and Mrs. David D. Jackson, Dallas, TX

  • Mr. D. H. Byrd, Dallas, TX

  • Mr. Leonard W. Volk II, Dallas, TX

  • Mr. Valleau Wilkie Jr., Fort Worth, TX

  • Mr. George W. Strake Jr., Houston, TX

  • Mr. Lawrence S. Pollock, Dallas, TX

  • Mr. James F. Gray, Cherokee, TX

  • Mr. Thomas K. Armstrong, Natchez, MS

  • Hon. Jeff Wentworth, San Antonio, TX

  • Mr. Manuel B. Prince III, Allen, TX

  • Mr. Robert J. Heinonen and Ms. Elizabeth R. Seibert, Blanco, TX

  • Mr. Dana G. Seamans, CPA, Houston, TX

  • Mr. Robert P. Cochran, Houston, TX

  • Mrs. Suzie Yeckel, Dallas, TX

  • Mr. John L. Nau III, Houston, TX

  • Mr. David W. Hawes, Mineral Wells, TX

  • Dr. Carlos K. Blanton, College Station, TX

  • Mr. Joe R. Fulton, Corpus Christi, TX

  • Mr. Stephen C. Cook, Houston, TX

  • Mr. Frank Cahoon, Midland, TX

  • Mr. Trey Smith, Bertram, TX

  • Mr. Darrel O. Brown, Bellaire, TX

  • Mr. James H. Barksdale, Houston, TX

  • Mr. William C. Reeder, Dallas, TX

  • Mr. Monroe Garrison, Houston, TX

  • Mrs. Margaret B. Vonder Hoya, Dallas, TX

  • Mr. and Mrs. Ralph B. Thomas, Houston, TX

  • Ms. Amanda S. Myers, Austin, TX

  • Mr. Benjamin K. Webb, Houston, TX

  • Mr. Robert R. Truitt Jr., Midland, TX

  • Ms. Christy Walker, Austin, TX

  • Mr. Ross W. Vick Jr., Dallas, TX

  • Mr. Ross W. Vick III, Dallas, TX

  • Mr. Patrick Brannen Vick, Dallas, TX

  • Mrs. Karen Vick Cavazos, Rockwall, TX

  • Mr. John M. Lewis, Dallas, TX

  • Dr. Jody E. Ginn, Austin, TX

  • Dr. Gretchen M. Bataille, Phoenix, AZ

  • Mr. and Mrs. Albert F. Hausser, San Antonio, TX

  • Ms. Margaret L. Furse, Austin, TX

  • Mrs. Sarita A. Hixon, Houston, TX

  • Mr. J. C. Martin, Austin, TX

  • Mrs. Jane C. Monday, Huntsville, TX

  • Mr. J. P. Bryan Jr., Houston, TX

  • Dr. Ron Tyler, Fort Worth, TX

  • Ms. Frances B. Vick, Dallas, TX

  • Mr. Patrick C. Oxford, Houston, TX

  • Hon. Kay Bailey Hutchison, Dallas, TX

  • Mr. Lonn W. Taylor, Fort Davis, TX

  • Mr. Richard C. Bartlett, Carrollton, TX

  • Mr. Jeff Haynes, Alpine, TX

  • Mr. Duffy Oyster, Dallas, TX

  • Ms. Colleen T. Kain, Austin, TX

  • Mr. Harlan Crow, Dallas, TX

  • Mr. Carl Cornelius, Carl’s Corner, TX

  • Mr. Willie Nelson, Carl’s Corner, TX

  • Mrs. Susan E. Cotten, Comanche, TX

  • Ms. Ellen C. Temple, Lufkin, TX [End Page 102]

  • Margot and Ross Perot, Plano, TX

  • Ms. Joyce G. Roach, Keller, TX

  • Mr. and Mrs. Corbin J. Robertson, Jr., Houston, TX

  • Mr. John Poindexter, Houston, TX

  • Mr. John B. Brent, Houston, TX

  • Mr. Alfred C. Glassell III, Houston, TX

  • Mr. G. Warren Thomas, Marietta, GA

  • Mr. and Mrs. Peter O’Donnell Jr., Dallas, TX

  • Mr. Jason Fertitta, Houston, TX

  • Mr. W. K. Gayden, Dallas, TX

  • Mr. Matthew J. Grayson, Woodsboro, TX

  • Mr. Don Kingston, Desoto, TX

  • Mrs. Dorothy Knox Houghton, Houston, TX

  • Ms. Virginia McDermott, Austin, TX

  • Ms. Lucinda Johnson, Taos, NM

  • Mr. Arthur King, George, TX

  • Mrs. Darlyne Lowman, San Marcos, TX

  • Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Foran, Dallas, TX

  • Mr. and Mrs. Henry B. Paup, Fort Worth, TX

  • Mrs. Nancy Painter Paup, Fort Worth, TX

  • Mr. Jim Dillard, Mineral Wells, TX

  • Mr. Dick D. Heller Jr., Mission, TX

  • Dr. Caroline Castillo Crimm, Huntsville, TX

  • Mr. Ted E. Paup, Fort Worth, TX

  • Mrs. Stephanie Brinkman, Round Rock, TX

  • Mrs. Marti Galloway, Odessa, TX

  • Mr. Evans Rutledge, Manvel, TX

  • Mag. Dr. Guntard Gutmann, Jaidhof, Austria

  • Mrs. Donna L. Britt, Cove, TX

Corporate Life Members

The Texas State Historical Association would also like to recognize the generous support of our corporate life members.

  • M Capital Advisors, San Antonio, TX

  • Butler and Sons Books, Rosenberg, TX

  • Texas Historical Foundation, Austin, TX

  • Dallas Morning News, Dallas, TX

  • Southern Steel Company, San Antonio, TX

  • Institute of Texan Cultures, San Antonio, TX

  • Houston Chronicle Library, Houston, TX

  • First National Bank, Panhandle, TX

  • Marathon Financial Insurance Company, O’Fallon, IL

  • Encap Investments, L.P., Houston, TX

  • Ascendant Advisors Group, LLC, Houston, TX

  • Ned S. Holmes Investments, Inc., Houston, TX

  • Hidalgo, Banfill, Zlotnik & Kermali, P.C., Houston, TX

  • Hirsch & Westheimer, P.C., Houston, TX

  • Sydtran, L.P., Houston, TX

  • Anadarko Petroleum Corporation, The Woodlands, TX

  • KNA Partners, Houston, TX

  • Fieldstone Partners, Houston, TX

  • C. H. Guenther & Son, Inc., San Antonio, TX

  • Texas, Grand Junction, CO

  • Energy Future Holdings, Dallas, TX

  • Sophienburg Museum & Archives, New Braunfels, TX

  • Primoris Services Corporation, Dallas, TX

Collection Deadlines

If you have anything you would like to announce in the October 2018 issue of the Southwestern Historical Quarterly, please send it to Ryan Schumacher at by August 5, 2018. We welcome announcements, calls for papers, news about our members, and other items. For the January 2019 issue, please send material by November 5, 2018. [End Page 103]

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