The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 54, July 1950 - April, 1951 Page: 260
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and is a former member of the faculty of Oklahoma Agriculture
and Mechanical College. During World War II, Dr. Estep served
as a historical officer with the Third Air Force and, since Septem-
ber, 1946, has been a historian in the Documentary Research
Division of the Air University at Maxwell Air Force Base in
GEORGE WOLFSKILL, "William Carey Crane and the University
of Texas," is a native of Missouri and a graduate of St. Louis
University. After serving in the Marine Corps in World War II,
he received his M. A. degree from Baylor University, where he
was an instructor in 1947. Wolfskill is now working on his Ph.D.
degree at the University of Texas and has been a teaching fellow
in history since 1948.
M. L. CRIMMINS, "W. G. Freeman's Report on the Eighth
Military Department," is a retired army colonel well-known for
his writings on military history.
RoY EDDINS, "Falls County," is postmaster at Marlin and pres-
ident of the Falls County Centennial Commission. His interest
in the history of his native county dates back to his years on the
staff of the Marlin Democrat and his association with its pub-
lisher, the late J. M. Kennedy. In 1946 the Falls County Old
Settlers and Veterans Association selected Eddins to edit a His-
tory of Falls County, Texas, which was published the following
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