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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
Quarterly size volume. The price for which it ought to sell can
be determined best only after we know more accurately how
much the printing, binding, etc. will cost.
The Association also has several book publishing projects
which have not yet gone through a complete editorial process.
i. Winkler, Check List of Texas Imprints, z861-z877. This
will be the last half of Winkler's bibliography, which will begin
serial publication in a forthcoming Quarterly. The type can be
held after each Quarterly printing so that the book can be pub-
lished from the same type.
2. Eaves and Hutchinson, Post City. The manuscript is prac-
tically ready for the printer, and the book should be out within
the coming year.
Other projects which deserve consideration are:
1. Padre Island, a compilation of history, natural history, and
legends, which has been made by the Corpus Christi Women's
Guild. The book will have an introduction by Judge Harbert
2. Scott, A History of Coryell County. This work was ap-
proved as a master's thesis in the department of history at the
University. Miss Scott is gathering additional information and
preparing the manuscript for publication.
3. Kemp, The Texas Declaration of Independence. Mr. Kemp
has been working on this study for several years.
4. O'Quinn, O'Henry's Texas. Truman O'Quinn is a recog-
nized authority on O'Henry, and his proposed book will contain
several generally unavailable O'Henry stories.
5. The Diary of Mary Austin Holly. The original manuscript
is in the hands of Colonel Curtis B. Dall of San Antonio.
In the field of reprints, I think the Association would do well
to bring out A Functional Raines Bibliography and an edited
edition of Josiah Gregg's Commerce of the Prairies.
THE HANDBOOK PROJECT
The Handbook of Texas has evolved during the past five years
from a dream of a ready-reference work on Texas to the concrete
realization of many articles written, edited, and awaiting a final
check before printing. Reports in previous years have related
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