The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 65, July 1961 - April, 1962

HENRY B. DIELMANN, "Elisabet Ney, Sculptor," is a leading
attorney of San Antonio, Texas, who received his law degree from
Georgetown University School of Law in Washington, D. C., and
served for a time as dean of St. Mary's University School of Law
in San Antonio. As an Association member he has published
previous articles in the Quarterly concerning German immigrants
to Texas.
C. RICHARD KING, "Woodrow Wilson's Visit to Texas in 1911,"
is an assistant professor of journalism at the University of Texas,
having received his B.A. in 1948 and his M.A. in 1949 from the
University of Oklahoma. He has published a number of articles
in historical journals and is presently writing for his dissertation
a history of the theater in Texas.
DARWIN PAYNE, "Early Norwegians in Northeast Texas," re-
ceived his B.J. degree from the University of Texas in 1959. At
the present time he is on the staff of the Fort Worth Press, for
which he has written a number of historical articles.
VIRGINIA H. TAYLOR HOUSTON, "Surveying in Texas," is pres-
ently the Spanish translator for the General Land Office of Texas.
She has held a similar position in the Archives of the University
of Texas Library and has also served as Archivist of the Texas
State Library. Her thesis, The Spanish Archives of the General
Land Ofice of Texas, was published in 1955.
FRANK H. SMYRL, "Texans in the Union Army, 1861-1865," is
an instructor of history at San Antonio College. He received both
his B.A. degree in 1959 and his M.A. degree in 1961 from the
University of Texas. His master's thesis was a study of Unionism,
Abolitionism, and Vigilantism in Texas, 1856-1865.
DORMAN H. WINFREY, "Two Battle of Galveston Letters," is
archivist of the University of Texas, where he recently completed
his dissertation on Julien Sidney Devereux and his Monte Verdi,

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