~ West Texas Historical Association ~

The Receptions (2007)
Below are some images from the reception and dinner.  Lou Rodenberger and Kenneth Davis were recognized for their longtime contributions to the organization.

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WTHA president Cheryl Lewis welcomes members to this year's Early Bird dinner.

At Saturday's luncheon, Travis Roberts Jr., incoming president, presents his predecessor Cheryl Lewis a plaque of appreciation from the association.

Lou Rodenberger addresses the crowd there to honor her.

Kenneth Daviswith Lou and Charles Rodenberger.

Clint Chambers does the honors of recognizing the night's second honoree, Kenneth Davis.

Clint Chambers, his wife and Travis Roberts Jr.

 The Speakers, Presenters and Appreciative Audience (2007)
Below are some images from the 84th annual meeting of the West Texas Historical Association, which was held on the Hardin-Simmons University campus from March 30th-31st.

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Monte Monroe and others catch up in the hallways of the Skiles Building while the stormy weather raged outside.

Troy Ainsworth points out to Leann Alford some landmarks on a historic map that was offered for sale at the annual silent auction.

Members at a session.

JoAnn Pospisil, Linda L. Reynolds, Bobby H. Johnson and Curtis Odom made up a great session entitled "Universal Applications for Oral Histories."

Travis Roberts Jr. and Dan Utley.

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Tynan, John McCullough and James Fagan

Jennifer Spurrier, Troy Ainsworth, Holle Humphries and Jim Matthews pose for a group photo following their session.

Dan Scurlock was a presenter for the session on Comancheros.

A Scenic View (2007)
Aside from attending sessions on interesting West Texas topics, WTHA members participated in a tour of Frontier Texas, attending a Saturday afternoon old fashioned baseball game and a visit to Buffalo Gap.

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Interior view of an exhibit at Frontier Texas.

Another exhibit.

Checking out one of the exhibits.

Cheryl Lewis and Travis Roberts Jr.

Tai Kreidler takes a moment to bond with the resident feline.

Feeding the chickens at Buffalo Gap.

Catching a ride between events.

At the Frontier Texas Museum, some members take a photo op by a buffalo sculpture. Pictured are H. Allen Anderson, Patricia Clark, ?, Robert Hall, Cheryl Lewis and Travis Roberts Jr.

What's more American than an afternoon of old fashioned baseball?

Grabbing a bite to eat after the ballgame.

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Session presenters from Saturday morning's East Texas Historical Association 2007 annual Meeting sit down for dinner at the Clear Creek Restaurant. Pictured are Troy Ainsworth and colleague Christina, Jennifer Spurrier and her husband, Walter, and Neil Kreidler. Tai Kreidler is the photographer.


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