The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 41, July 1937 - April, 1938 Page: 65
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Historical Association, July, 1897-April, 1987
Letter from a Bexar Prisoner (San Antonio Express, September
15, 1912), XVI, 220-221.
Letters of Elizabeth Ney, Two (Austin Statesman, January 20,
1913), XVI, 438.
Letters from Frederick Law Olmstead, Two, July 6-26, 1867
(about the colonization of free laborers upon new land in
the southwest of the United States; American Historical
Review, October, 1917), XXI, 331-332.
Letters from General Sam Houston to Miss Anna Raquet of Nac-
ogdoches, edited by Tom Finty, Jr. (Dallas News, March 7-14-
21-28, 1915), XVIII, 422-423.
Letters from Sam Houston, Two (American Historical Review,
January, 1919), XXII, 362.
Letters of Stephen F. Austin, Three, April 4, 1829, April 7, 1829,
April 16, 1830 (The Texas History Teachers Bulletin, May
15, 1917), XXI, 218.
Letters to Stephen F. Austin During 1821-1822, Ten (showing
interest in Austin's Colony; Texas History Teachers Bul-
letin, November, 1917), XXI, 331.
Location of La Salle's Colony on the Gulf of Mexico, by H. E.
Bolton (Mississippi Valley Historical Review, September,
1915), XIX, 211.
Location of La Salle's Settlement, by H. E. Bolton (Austin Ameri-
can, July 19, 1914), XVIII, 224-225.
Lone Star Pine (American Lumberman, September 26, 1908),
Messengers of San Jacinto, Story of the, How the News of the
Battle ... was conveyed to President Burnet at Galveston,
by R. J. Calder, one of the messengers (Galveston News,
December 20, 1914), XIX, 109.
Mission La Bahia, Wonderful Story of, by Dr. J. O. Dyer (Galves-
ton News, July 17, 1921), XXV, 148.
Mission of San Jos de Aguayo, The Baptistry Window of the,
by Harvey Partridge Smith (Western Architect, November,
1917), XXI, 332.
Mexico in San Antonio (New Republic, June 24, 1916), XX, 203.
Nacogdoches by United States Troops, 1836, Occupation of, by
Peter Molyneaux (Bunker's Monthly, January, 1928), XXXI,
Naive Music, by S. E. Ashbury (Musical Courier, January 3,
1918), XXII, 290.
National Register (copy of Extra), Washington, April 16, 1845,
XXIV, 85. (In Library of University of Texas.)
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