The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 50, July 1946 - April, 1947 Page: 532
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
News. He has been a member of the Texas Civil Judicial Coun-
cil since its creation in 1929.
Malcolm D. McLean, "The Bexar Archives," received his B.A.
degree from the University of Texas and his M.A. from the
National University of Mexico. He resigned January 31, 1947,
as translator of the Bexar Archives, being succeeded by Miss
Helen Hunnicutt, and is now teaching Spanish in the Univer-
sity. McLean is working on a book, From Tennessee to Texas,
a study of Sterling C. Robertson.
M. M. Crane, "Recollections of the Establishment of the Texas
Railroad Commission," was born in West Virginia but came to
Texas as a boy and was educated at Cleburne. He was admitted
to the bar in 1877 and served as a member of the Texas House
of Representatives and Senate, lieutenant governor, and attor-
ney general. Judge Crane took a prominent part in state poli-
tics and was widely acclaimed for his victory in the Waters-
Pierce Oil Company case. Crane died on August 3, 1943. This
article was supplied to the Quarterly by Crane's daughter and
son, Abigail and Edward Crane, of Dallas.
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