The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 54, July 1950 - April, 1951 Page: 258

Southwestern Historical Quarterly

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The Association takes pleasure to announce the receipt of sev-
eral books in the textbook field. Henry Holt and Company has
recently published the third edition of A Diplomatic History of
the United States, by Samuel Flagg Bemis. The Ronald Press
has just published A History of the Two Americas, by Vera
Brown Holmes. D. Van Nostrand and Company has sent out the
second volume of Owsley, Chitwood, and Nixon, A Short History
of the American People, x866-1947. After the publication date
of July 24, 1950, Alfred A. Knopf will be ready to distribute
A History of the Modern World, by R. R. Malone. The firm of
Henry Holt and Company has published a revised edition of
The People, Politics, and Politicians, by A. N. Christensen and
Evron M. Kirkpatrick. The two new books in the list will very
likely establish themselves as textbooks, as indeed the others
already have.
The Department of State, through the Office of Public Affairs,
has distributed copies of its 1948 edition of IMMRAN (Interna-
tional Meeting on Marine Radio Aides to Navigation). The vol-
ume is reproduced in typescript and covers 685 pages. For those
interested, this book should be of great value.
The University of Texas

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