HARRY HUNTT RANSOM, "Texas History and Texas Folklore,"
Dean of the Faculty Division of the College of Arts and Sciences
at the University of Texas, attended the University of the South
and received his graduate degrees from Yale University. In addi-
tion to editing two volumes for the International Copyright
League and co-editing several volumes for the Texas Folklore
Society, Dr. Ransom has contributed critical and historical articles
to such publications as Sewanee Review, Texas Studies in English,
and Saturday Review of Literature, and numerous technical
studies to various learned journals.
ROBERT WILLIAM DELANEY, "Matamoros, Port for Texas during
the Civil War," is a doctoral candidate and an assistant in the
Department of History at the University of New Mexico. He
graduated from Northeast Missouri State College and received
his M.A. degree from the University of New Mexico.
CLAUDE ELLIOTT, "A Check List of Theses and Dissertations in
Texas History, 1907-1952," is a professor of history and Dean of
the Graduate School at Southwest Texas State Teachers College
at San Marcos. He received his master's and doctor's degrees at
the University of Texas, writing on the history of the Southern
Pacific Railroad in Texas and the life of James W. Throck-
morton. He is president and fellow of the Association and has
had articles published in numerous historical periodicals.
JOSEPH MILTON NANCE, "Brigadier General Adrian Woll's
Report of his Expedition into Texas in 1842," is a professor of
history at Texas A. & M. College. He attended the University of
Texas, where he received the M.A. and Ph.D. degrees, and served
in the United States Navy in the Pacific theater during World
War II. His previous publications include Check List of Texas
Newspapers, 1813-1939, several articles in the Handbook of Texas,
and contributions to a number of professional journals.
Texas State Historical Association. The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 58, July 1954 - April, 1955. Austin, Texas. The Portal to Texas History. http://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth101158/. Accessed July 5, 2015.