The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 50, July 1946 - April, 1947 Page: 314
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Frank D. Reeve, "The Apache Indian in Texas," is professor
of history in the University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, where
he is editor of the New Mexico Historical Review. Reeve holds
the B.A., M.A., and Ph.D. degrees from the University of Texas
and is the writer of several studies on Texas and New Mexico
Luther H. Evans, "Texana in the Nation's Capital," is Libra-
rian of Congress, Washington, D. C. A native Texan, Evans
holds the B.A. and M.A. degrees from the University of Texas.
After taking his Ph.D. at Leland Stanford, he began teaching
at that university; later he taught at New York University,
Dartmouth, and Princeton. He was appointed chief assistant
librarian of the Library of Congress in 1940 and advanced to
head librarian in 1945. Evans, who is well known as a writer
of governmental studies, presented this article as the luncheon
speaker at the 1946 Association meeting.
Henry R. Maresh, "The Czechs in Texas," was born in Burle-
son County. He took his M.D. at the University of Texas in 1919
and served as a first lieutenant in the Medical Reserve Corps of
the United States Army from 1918 .to 1920. Dr. Maresh is co-
author of The Czech Pioneers of the Southwest (1934) and
associate editor of the Encyclopedia Slavonica. He has served
as president of the Texas Czech Ex-Student Association of the
University of Texas and as president of the Texas Czech Mu-
seum. His present residence is Houston, Texas.
Gene Hollon, "The Kerrville Cedar Axe," is beginning his sec-
ond year as a member of the history faculty of the University
of Oklahoma. After completing the work for his Ph.D. degree
at the University of Texas, Hollon went to Schreiner Institute
at Kerrville, where he was head of the social science depart-
ment and a ground school instructor in the Navy V-5 program.
Hollon's account, "Captain Charles Schreiner, the Father of the
Hill Country," appeared in the Quarterly for October, 1944.
Sarah Elizabeth Lewis, "Digest of Congressional Action on
the Annexation of Texas," received her B.A. from Southwest
Texas State Teachers College and her M.A. from the University
of Texas. At present she is a history teacher in the Reagan
Public Schools, Reagan, Texas.
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