The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 21, July 1917 - April, 1918 Page: 155
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The Archivo General de Indias 155
William E. Dunn of the University of Texas in newspapers and
magazines of Texas, e. g., Hunting old documents in Spain, in
The Alcalde (Austin, Texas), III, 345-354, February, 1915. The
most complete and most available description of the archive, for
American scholars, especially as regards the inventarios and in-
dices of the different sets of papers, is Shepherd's Guide, sup-
plemented as regards arrangement and archive rules since the
publication of Shepherd's work by Hill's Descriptive catalogue.
Both of these works, as well as those of Bolton, P6rez, and Rob-
ertson, cited in notes 2 and 13, are among the publications of
the Department of Historical Research of the Carnegie Institu-
tion of Washington.
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