The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association, Volume 9, July 1905 - April, 1906 Page: 294

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Texas Historical Association Quarterly.

BOOK REVIEWS AND NOTICES.
We quote the following item of interest from the preface of the
Trinity College Historical Papers, Series V:
"The Historical Papers of the Trinity College Historical Society
were discontinued in 1902 when The South Atlantic Quarterly was
established. Recently, however, it has been decided that there ought
to be some ready receptacle for really worthy papers prepared by
members of the Society aside from a journal like The Quarterly,
and for this reason it has been deemed advisable to revive the His-
torical Papers. The present series-the fifth-will be followed by
annual installments in the future, till the Society is able to begin
the publication of -a quarterly journal of its own, for which enter-
prise it is making plans."
THE LAMAR GENEALOGY.-Some interesting details of this
genealogy will be found in the Publications of the Southern His-
tory Association, I, 203-210.

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