The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association, Volume 8, July 1904 - April, 1905 Page: 358
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358 Texas Historical Association Quarterly.
dependent Order of White Men," by Walter L. Fleming; "An
Exile from the South," by the editor.
We regret to note in this number Professor Bassett's statement
of his intention to resign the editorship of The South Atlantic
Quarterly. The high measure of success achieved in the face of
serious difficulties by the magazine since its foundation more than
three years ago has been very largely due to the editor's earnest
efforts. While we regret Professor Bassett's retirement, we wel-
come in his place, however, the two men who are to succeed him-
Drs. Edwin Mims and William H. Glasson, who are well fitted by
training and experience to conduct the Quarterly successfully.
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