The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 20, July 1916 - April, 1917 Page: 101
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Book Reviews and Notices
How about Colonel House? (Collier's, October 30, 1915) ; Mystery
of Colonel House (Current Opinion, June, 1913); President's
most intimate friend (American Magazine, March, 1916; Presi-
dent's silent partner (Collier's, May 3, 1913) ; President Wilson's
envoy to Europe (Living Age, March 18, 1916); Swashbuckler
or scholar (North American Review, October, 1915).
Articles of interest concerning Texas: Along the Mexican
border (Scribner's Magazine, March, 1916); How Dallas audited
its public service (Survey, April 29, 1916) ; State-wide civic cam-
paign (American City, March, 1916); Texas depositors' guaranty
fund (Bankers' Magazine, March, 1916) ; Texas vast, varied, vital
(Journal of Education, January 20, 1916).
A useful and interesting sketch of Major George W. Littlefield,
with an appreciation of the Littlefield Fund for Southern His-
tory, by Octavia F. Rogan, appears in the San Antonio Express
of June 4.
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