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E. T. MILLER, "The Historical Development of the Texas State
Tax System," is a well-known authority on taxation, a professor
of economics at the University of Texas, and an author of a
financial history of Texas. His hobby is numismatics. Historical
research done by Dr. Miller in 1912 resulted in the lifting of a
ban on investments in Texas municipal bonds by New York
savings banks. These bonds had been under ban because Texas
had been classed as a state which had repudiated debt incurred
since January 1, 1861. Dr. Miller's account convinced the New
York attorney general that Texas was not guilty of repudiation,
other than that made mandatory by the Fourteenth Amendment,
and the ban was lifted.
WILLIAM L. MANN, "James O. Rice, Hero of the Battle on the
San Gabriels," is a native of Georgetown, Texas, and the great-
grandson of Washington Anderson, one of the town's founders.
An able local historian of Williamson County, Admiral Mann is
a retired navy doctor. He has been medical director gendarmerie
of Haiti, force surgeon of the Fleet Marine Force, and a member
of the planning division of the Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
of the Navy Department. He was the first commanding officer
of the Naval Hospital at Corpus Christi, Texas, and of the Naval
Research Institute of Bethesda, Maryland. Admiral Mann has
published numerous scientific, medical, and historical articles.
HARRY MCCORRY HENDERSON, "The Magee-Gutierrez Expedi-
tion," is well-equipped as a military analyst, having graduated
from the Infantry School at Fort Benning, Georgia, the Com-
mand and General Staff School at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas,
and the Army War College in Washington D. C. Colonel Hen-
derson, now retired and living in San Antonio, has served with
the United States Infantry in France, China, Panama, Surinam,
Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, and England; he saw extensive service
in both World War I and II.
ROY SYLVAN DUNN, "Life and Times in Albuquerque, Texas,"
is presently supervising a reorganization and renovation project
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