The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 28, July 1924 - April, 1925 Page: 173
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The Fanthorp hotel, a pioneer hostelry at Anderson, is de,
scribed and illustrated by Frank E. Roberts in Houston Post,
July 20, 1924.
The "Ancient Splendors of Round Top" is the title of a paper
by Helen Rummel in Houston Chronicle, August 10, 1924.
A biographical sketch of Captain Henry Schwethelm of Kerr-
ville, a survivor of the battle on the Nueces, was written by
Albert Schutze and published in San Antonio Express, August
The Bailey Controversy in Texas Politics is the title of a dis-
sertation submitted to the University of Chicago for the master
of arts degree by Jesse Guy Smith of San Marcos, Texas. A
manuscript copy of this dissertation was presented by the author
to the University of Texas Library.
The Texas Review, founded nine years ago by the University
of Texas, has been taken over by Southern Methodist University
and will be published hereafter in Dallas under the name of the
Southwest Review. It will be issued quarterly, and the following
announcement is made by the publisher: "The Southwest Re-
view, being the only magazine of its kind in this section of the
country, intends to make its pages a forum for the expression
of the mind of the Southwest and will try to encourage those
writers who are bringing into literature the rich background of
Texas and adjacent states. To a large extent, the history, land-
scape, folk-lore and peculiarities of the Southwest have never been
adequately treated. The Review will be especially hospitable to
those writers who in the best sense really represent the South-
west. As in the past, it will print the best available verse, read-
able prose articles on literary, social and political topics, and in-
telligent surveys of current books. It will have high standards
and will be only as popular as these standards permit. Variety,
timeliness, and the achievement of a Southwestern flavor will be
the aims of the magazine.
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