their insignia until the next annual meeting, when a badge will be decided on. A motion was made by Miss Sue Walker that each association of this confederation prepare a condensed history of its work from the date of organization, to be published in book form, two volumes to be furnished, one to be placed in the Confederate Museum, at Richmond, Va., the other in the Confederate Memorial Hall, at New Orleans, La. Carried. A motion was made and carried that ‘The Confederated Southern Memorial Association’ be incorporated in the State of Arkansas, in consideration of the fact that the movement originated with the Southern Memorial Association of Fayetteville, Ark. Mrs. J. D. Walker has this work in charge. A vote of thanks was given General V. Y. Cook, of Arkansas, Colonel Charles Coffin, of Arkansas, and Mr. Frank Lobrano, of Louisiana, for their noble efforts in securing the delegation an audience and having the memorial presented through General Gordon to the convention of United Confederate Veterans at the reunion of June 1, 1900, at Louisville, Ky. Adjourned to meet the first day of the United Confederate Veteran reunion at Memphis, Tenn., 1901, at 10:30 A. M. Respectfully submitted,
site H. Walker, Cor. Sec. C. S. M. A. June 7, 1900.
The Association was incorporated by the Circuit Court of Washington county, Fayetteville, Ark., October 30, 1900, and a charter issued.