The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 26, July 1922 - April, 1923 Page: 76
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
Lafitte during his occupancy of Galveston, 1818 to 1820. He has
a paper in the News of May 28 on the superstitions and beliefs
of the Comanches in Texas.
The Galveston News of March 8, 1922, contains a brief descrip-
tion of the Samuel M. Williams Papers, recently deposited in the
Recent deaths of prominent people: Judge Felix J. McCord,
at Longview, April 28, 1922; Henry J. Runge, at Galveston, May
5, 1922; Miss Sarah P. Campbell, a granddaughter of Samuel M.
Williams, at Houston, June 3, 1922. Her mother, Caroline Wil-
liams, married Dr. B. Campbell of Galveston.
Mrs. J. W. McCarty, sister of W. S. Oldham whose death was
noted in the October QUARTERLY, died at her home in Eagle Lake,
June 10, 1922. Mrs. McCarty and Mr. Oldham were children of
Williamson S. Oldham, senator from Texas in the Confederate
Recent deaths among the literary folk of Texas include James
E. Sullivan, at Henrietta, Oklahoma, June 2, 1922; Mose C. Har-
ris, at El Paso, June 2, 1922; and Frank S. Hastings, at Stanm-
ford, June 12, 1922; Leonidas B. Giles, at Laredo, June 12, 1922.
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