The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 41, July 1937 - April, 1938 Page: 371
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The Division of Historical Research of the Carnegie Institution
of Washington has sent the Quarterly a copy of the 1936 List of
. Doctoral Dissertations in History Now in Progress at American
Universities. This list as compiled and revised by Margaret Will-
goose Harrison, editor of the division, contains the names of 915
persons and the subjects of the doctoral dissertations on which
they are working at forty-five colleges and universities. An index
of names gives the number of the person rather than the page
on which his name may be found.
R. L. B.
At a price of one dollar per copy Duke University Press has
published the Historical Papers of the Trinity College Historical
Society, Series XXI, under the editorship of James Welch Patton.
This particular volume contains the Minutes of the Proceedings
,of the Greenville Ladies' Association in Aid of the Volunteers of
the Confederate Army. The last four pages of the book contain bio-
graphical sketches of six prominent members of the Greenville
Ladies' Association. The minutes of proceedings of other ladies'
associations are extant, but they are not any more replete with
notices of meetings and accounts of the work done than the minutes
of the proceedings of the association at Greenville, South Carolina.
R. L. B.
Shortly after the Society of the Sons of Erin was founded at
San Antonio in 1937 it asked J. M. Woods, a charter member and
its first historian, to deliver an address upon the work of the Irish
in the early days of Texas. Judge Woods was subsequently pre-
vailed upon by Walter Tynan of San Antonio to write The Irish-
man in Early Texas. Upon the basis of his research in Texas
history Judge Woods produced this little booklet of twenty pages
which is appropriately bound in a green cover and dedicated to
the Sons of Erin in Texas.
R. L. B.
Das Deutsche Ausland Institut has sent the Association its
Kalender der Auslandsdeutschen for 1938. This calendar is a
greeting to people of German extraction throughout the world. It
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