The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 16, July 1912 - April, 1913

The Southwestern Historical Quarterly

NEWS ITEMS
Mr. Charles Wilson Hackett will return to the University of
California to study Southwestern History next year.
Professor E. D. Adams, of the History Department of Stanford
University, is lecturing at Harvard University this summer.
Professor Eugene I. McCormac, of the History Department of
the University of California, is lecturing in the Summer Session
of the University of Illinois.
Professor C. H. Van Tyne, head of the Department of History
in the University of Michigan, is lecturing in the Summer Session
of the University of California.
Mr. John W. Curd, Principal of the High School at El Paso,
will become a graduate student in Southwestern History at the
University of California next fall.
Miss Anne Hughes took her Master's degree in History at the
University of California in May, was awarded a fellowship in His-
tory in the same University, for the following year, and hopes to
return to continue her work.
Mr. William E. Dunn, B. A., the University of Texas, 1909;
M. A., Stanford University, 1910, who held a fellowship in His-
tory at Columbia during the past year, will hold a similar position
at the University of California next year. He is spending the
summer in the Mexican archives at Saltillo, and the City of Mexico.
Mr. Charles E. Chapman, teaching fellow in History in the Uni-
versity of California, was awarded the Traveling Fellowship
founded by the Native Sons of the Golden West, and has sailed for
Spain, where he will spend next year working in the historical
archives.
At the June Commencement of the University of Texas, Messrs.
William S. Brandenberger and Stuart H. Condron took the M. A.
degree in History. Mr. Brandenberger's thesis was "The Admin-
istrative System of Texas, 1821-1835"; and Mr. Condron's was
"The First Texas Agency in New Orleans in 1836"-a study of

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