The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 41, July 1937 - April, 1938 Page: 57
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Historical Association, July, 1897-April, 1937
UNSIGNED: Austin, Yesterday and Today, by Pearl Cashell Jack-
son, XIX, 109. A Brief History of the Lower Rio Grande
Valley, by Frank Cushman Pierce, XX, 410. Early Days of
Fort Worth, by J. C. Terrell, X, 183. History of Brenham
and Washington County, by Mrs. R. E. Pennington, XIX,
441. Historical Polk County, Texas, by James E. Hill, J. M.
Alexander, and T. F. Meece, XX, 311-312. A History of
Greater Dallas and Vicinity, 1909. Vol. I by Philip Lindsley,
Vol. II by L. B. Hill, XVI, 108. Roswell, Some Facts and
Observations Relative to Its Settlement and Early Growth,
by Lucius Dills, I, 74. Saga of a Frontier Seaport, by Cole-
man McCampbell, XXXVIII, 76.
Unsigned Notes on Magazine and Newspaper Articles:
Anderson, The Fanthrop Hotel-A Pioneer Hostelry at, described
and illustrated by Frank E. Roberts (Houston Post, July 20,
1924), XXVIII, 173.
Bell County's Charter Oak, by George W. Tyler (The Belton
Journal, January 3, 1918), XXI, 426.
Bell County, Historical Landmarks of, by George W. Tyler (Tem-
ple Daily Telegram, May 4, 1924), XXVIII, 84.
Brenham, Chronological History of; Social History of Brenham,
by Mrs. R. E. Pennington (Brenham Daily Press, September
1, 1912), XVII, 215.
Briscoe County, Historic, by Adele B. Looscan (The Texas Maga-
zine, December, 1911), XV, 359.
Brownsville, Looking About (concerning Brownsville), A. E. Win-
ship (Journal of Education, May 24, 1917), XXI, 218.
Cameron After the Civil War, Some Interesting History Since
1866 (Cameron Herald, December 16, 1925), XIX, 442.
Cameron, and Milam County, History of (Cameron Herald, De-
cember 16, 1925), XIX, 442.
Dallas in 1881, Account of Installation of the First Telephone
and of the First Electric Light Plant, by D. M. Lower
(Dallas News, June 17, 1923), XXVII, 251.
Dallas as a Small Village, by G. D. Smith (Dallas News, October 5,
1924), XXVIII, 257.
Dallas, Audited Its Public Service, How (Survey, April 29, 1916),
El Paso (New Republic, June 17, 1916), XX, 203.
Fort Concho and Early Days in Tom Green, by Curtis Vinson
(Dallas News, June 10, 1923), XXVII, 169.
Fredericksburg, A Quaint City with Unique History, by Robert
Penn (Galveston News,, July 31, 1921), XXV, 147.
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