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Portrait of General William C. Westmoreland - 60th R.S. (1967)

Committee Members
Dorsey B. Hardeman
Jack Hightower
• The House of Representatives of the State of Texas, the Senate concurring, hereby propose and provide for the commissioning of a portrait of General William C. Westmoreland, to be hung in the Hall of the House as a symbol of appreciation to him and our men in Vietnam from the people of Texas and the veterans' organizations, whose members can best understand the reasons for our involvement and the suffering of war. A committee shall be named to commission the portrait from a recognized artist. This same committee shall have authority to accept the portrait and arrange for it to be hung in the Hall of the House with appropriate ceremonies, to which General Westmoreland and other military and civilian dignitaries shall be invited.

Appointed by Lieutenant Governor 5/29/1967, pursuant to HCR 30.

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