The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association, Volume 4, July 1900 - April, 1901 Page: 189
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The Reminiscences of IJMrs. Dilue larriis, 189
represented were: Rose, Parker, Woodruff, King, Macleroy, Cooper,
Martin, Kilgore, Gayley, and Vernon. Sam Allen and his half-
brother, Flournoy Hunt, attended, and others whose names I don't
remember, among them a pretty girl from New York, who criticised
our school, Texas, and Housbon till we nicknamed her Texas.
Several German families sent their children to study English.
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