The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 53, July 1949 - April, 1950 Page: 346

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HARRY RANSOM, "A Renaissance Gentlemen in Texas: Notes
on the Life and Library of Swante Palm," is professor of English
in the University of Texas. Ransom has served as editor of sev-
eral of the Texas Folk Lore publications. He was in the Air Forces
in World War II.
COLONEL M. L. CRIMMINS, "W. G. Freeman's Report on the
Eighth Military Department," is a retired army officer distin-
guished for his military studies.
DANIEL FERGUSON, "The Antecedents of Austin College," re-
ceived a LL.B. degree from the University of Texas in 1916. Mr.
Ferguson is an attorney in Dallas where he has practiced his
profession since 1919.
WILLIAM DUSENBERRY, "Constitutions of Early and Modern
American Stock Growers' Associations," is assistant professor of
history in the University of Pittsburgh.
ANDREW FOREST MUIR, "Diary of a Young Man in Houston,
1838," is at present a resident of Houston, Texas, having recently
received the Ph.D. degree in history from The University of
Texas.

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