Eugene C. Barker, "Lester Gladstone Bugbee, Historian and
Teacher" is the Dean of Texas Historians. (See J. Evetts
Haley, "The Eugene C. Barker Portrait," Southwestern His-
torical Quarterly, April, 1943; see also ibid., 360-368, for a list
of his writings.)
John A. Lomax, "Lester Gladstone Bugbee" is the Dean of
Texas Folklorists. He resides at 7456 San Benito Way, Dallas,
Dan Ferguson, "Forerunners of Baylor," is a practicing
attorney in Dallas officing in 1410 Magnolia Building. Ferguson
was born in historic Nacogdoches County and took the LL.B.
degree from the University of Texas in 1916. He began the
practice of law in Dallas immediately with an interim as a
second lieutenant in the Air Services during World War I.
Ferguson takes his Texas history seriously; his major hobby
is collecting Texana of which he has about fifteen hundred
items. He has contributed to the Frontier Times.
Jefferson Davis Bragg, "Baylor University, 1851-1861," took
his Ph.D. in history at the University of Texas and is professor
of history in Baylor University, Waco, Texas.
J. Villasana Haggard, "The House of Barr and Davenport,"
was born in Mexico in 1905 and came to the United States in
1913. He received the B.A., M.A., and Ph.D. degrees from the
University of Texas and served as translator of the Bexar
Archives at the University before entering the Army. He is
now a captain in the Signal Corps and may be addressed at
Box 1124, Central Station, Arlington, Virginia. A collaborator
in the Quivira Society's publication of Three New Mexico
Chronicles, he is the author of Handbook for Translators
of Spanish Historical Documents, as well as articles in the
Quarterly. Haggard's doctoral dissertation, The Neutral Ground,
will be published in full in the October number of the Louisiana
E. W. Winkler, "Check List of Texas Imprints, 1846-1877,"
is Bibliographer of the Library of the University of Texas.
Texas State Historical Association. The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 49, July 1945 - April, 1946. Austin, Texas. The Portal to Texas History. http://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth146056/. Accessed March 17, 2014.