CHARLES C. CUMBERLAND, "The Confederate Loss and Recap-
ture of Galveston, 1862-1863," is a native Texan, who received
his B.A. and M.A. degrees from Texas A. & I. and has done
additional graduate work at the University of Texas. In 1942 he
was with the office of the Coirdinator of Inter-American Affairs;
from 1942 until 1946 he served in the navy both in the Pacific
and at San Diego as historical officer of the 11th Naval District.
Since 1946 Cumberland has been an assistant professor at the
School of Public and International Affairs of Princeton Uni-
ANDREW FOREST MUIR, "Algernon P. Thompson," holds both
a B.A. and M.A. from the Rice Institute and has done advanced
work at the University of Texas. At present, Muir is teaching at
Schofield Junior College, Schofield Barracks, Hawaii.
E. W. WINKLER, "Check List of Texas Imprints," is bibliog-
rapher in the University of Texas Library; he is known by all
those who have any interest in Texas books as a walking encyclo-
paedia of Texana.
COLONEL M. L. CRIMMINS, "W. G. Freeman's Report on the
Eighth Military Department," is a long-time member of the
Association and one of the leaders of the San Antonio Historical
MRS. ROBERTA C. HENDRIX, "Some Gail Borden Letters," is a
native of Ohio. She became interested in historical research after
moving to Galveston, where her husband is a member of the
staff of the Medical School of the University of Texas. Her par-
ticular interest is the history of Galveston and Gail Borden.
Texas State Historical Association. The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 51, July 1947 - April, 1948. Austin, Texas. The Portal to Texas History. http://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth101119/. Accessed March 3, 2015.