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Southwestern Collection The editors of the Southwestern Historical Quarterly and the Texas State Historical Association would like to thank the nearly 700 attendees who came to our 116th Annual Meeting, which was held March 1­3, 2012, at the Omni Houston Hotel in Houston. Attendees had several options for special events, including our firstever Thursday night Keynote Address on March 1, when Darlene Clark Hine, a pioneering scholar of African American history and Professor of History at Northwestern University, spoke on "Rights of Citizenship: Black Texans and the White Primary Cases" at Texas Southern University. Outgoing TSHA President Merline Pitre continued on the theme of Houston and the civil rights movement with her speech at the Presidential Banquet, "Texas and the Master Civil Rights Narrative: A Case Study of Black Females in Houston." The Presidential Reception was held at Torch Energy, where guests had the chance to tour the Torch Collection, which may be the largest Texana collection in existence. Texana collectors likely enjoyed the Silent and Live Auctions as well. The Live Auction was hosted by Heritage Auction Galleries. Attendees could also participate in three tours of Houston on Saturday, March 3. In the following page of the Southwestern Collection, http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Southwestern Historical Quarterly Texas State Historical Association

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Southwestern Historical Quarterly , Volume 116 (1) – Jul 1, 2012

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The editors of the Southwestern Historical Quarterly and the Texas State Historical Association would like to thank the nearly 700 attendees who came to our 116th Annual Meeting, which was held March 1­3, 2012, at the Omni Houston Hotel in Houston. Attendees had several options for special events, including our firstever Thursday night Keynote Address on March 1, when Darlene Clark Hine, a pioneering scholar of African American history and Professor of History at Northwestern University, spoke on "Rights of Citizenship: Black Texans and the White Primary Cases" at Texas Southern University. Outgoing TSHA President Merline Pitre continued on the theme of Houston and the civil rights movement with her speech at the Presidential Banquet, "Texas and the Master Civil Rights Narrative: A Case Study of Black Females in Houston." The Presidential Reception was held at Torch Energy, where guests had the chance to tour the Torch Collection, which may be the largest Texana collection in existence. Texana collectors likely enjoyed the Silent and Live Auctions as well. The Live Auction was hosted by Heritage Auction Galleries. Attendees could also participate in three tours of Houston on Saturday, March 3. In the following page of the Southwestern Collection,

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