The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 41, July 1937 - April, 1938 Page: 49
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Historical Association, July, 1897-April, 1937
WINKLER, E. W. Aus Meinen Lebensfihrungen,, by Von C.
Urbantke, VI, 256-257. Autobiography of William Hawley
Atwell, XL, 81. Castro-Ville and Henry Castro, Empresario,
by Julia Nott Waugh, XXXIX, 74-75. Come on Texas!,
by Paul Schubert, XXXIX, 156-157. The Real Colonel
House, by Arthur D. Howden Smith, XXII, 360. Remin-
iscences of Rev. Jno. H. McLean, XXIII, 225-226. Sixty
Years in Texas, by George Jackson, XII, 312. The Story
of My Life, by G. C. Rankin, XVI, 218-219.
UNSIGNED: Biography of Private Alonzo Steele, only survivor
of the campaign and fight, and the official report of General
Sam Houston with complete roster of the commands com-
posing the little army, N. P. Houx, XV, 164. The Creative
Arts in Texas: A handbook of biography, by Goldie Capers
Smith, XXX, 325-326. Reminiscences: Biographical and
Historical, by Randolph Clark, XXV, 226. Work and Play:
The Ancestry and Experience of Richard Justin McCarty,
Unsigned Notes on Books:
Adair Burson, D. B. Smith, XXIX, 245.
An Average American, by Ebeneezer Lafayette Dohoney, XXIII,
A Daughter of Texas (Mrs. O. M. Roberts), by Mrs. A. B.
Looscan, XXV, 226-227.
Dos constituyentes del aiio de 1824; biografias de Don Miguel
Ramos Arizpe y Don Lorenzo Zavala, por Alfonso Toro,
Famous Living Americans, by Mary Griffith Webb and Edna
Leonore Webb, XIX, 320-321.
Harahey, by J. V. Brown, III, 227. (In Library of University
Johnson, Bishop James Steptoe: A Biographical Sketch, by Everett
H. Jones, XXVII, 169.
McDonald, Captain Bill, Texas Ranger: A Story of Frontier
Reform, by A. B. Paine, XXI, 426.
Millers and Stewarts, A Family of, by Dr. Robert F. Miller, XVI,
Old Trail Drivers of Texas, The, by George W. Saunders, XXIV,
Press Reference Library, Notables of the Southwest, published
by Los Angeles Examiner, XVI, 109.
Prominent Women of Texas, by Elizabeth Brooks, II, 240.
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