The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 52, July 1948 - April, 1949 Page: 258

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T. R. HAVINS, "Texas Fever," is professor of history at Howard
Payne College at Brownwood. During World War II Dr. Havins
served as historian with the United States Army Air Forces. He
has a dominant interest in the history of livestock in the Texas
area, particularly in the sheep industry. He is now preparing a
manuscript for a book on the history of sheep in Texas and the
JAMES H. MCLENDON, "John A. Quitman in the Texas Revo-
lution," is a Mississippian who has had extensive residence in
Texas. He is preparing a doctoral dissertation on Quitman in the
department of history at the University. During World War II
he saw service with the air forces in the Pacific. He has taught
in the history department at the University on several occasions.
BARNES F. LATHROP, "Migration into East Texas, 1835-1860,"
is assistant professor of history at the University of Texas.
M. L. CRIMMINS, "Freeman's Report of the Eighth Military
Department," is a retired army colonel and well-known historian
who is especially interested in military history.
E. W. WINKLER, "Check List of Texas Imprints," is bibliog-
rapher in the University of Texas Library.

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