The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 55, July 1951 - April, 1952 Page: 161
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for the Texas State Library and is investigating requests from
state departments for authority to dispose of non-current public
records. A graduate of the University of Texas, Dunn is working
on a master of arts degree in sociology with a minor in history.
EDWARD S. WALLACE, "General John Lapham Bullis, the Thun-
derbolt of the Texas Frontier, II," is command historian of the
United States Air Forces Security Service at Brooks Field, San
Antonio, Texas. A native of Connecticut, he is a graduate of Yale,
Harvard, and Boston Universities. His biography of General
William Jenkins Worth, for whom Fort Worth was named, is
scheduled to be published by the University Press in Dallas.
L. W. KEMP, "The Joseph H. D. Rogers Letters, I," is a long-
time friend of the Association and an eminent authority on
Texas before statehood. It has been said that Lou Kemp knows
more about the men who fought at San Jacinto than the men
knew about themselves. A former president of the Association,
he is a fellow, a sustaining member, and a member of the execu-
tive council and of the publications committee. He is also pres-
ident of the San Jacinto Museum of History Association and a
member of the board of the Texas State Library. During the
Texas Centennial he served as chairman of the historical board
of the commission of control. Co-author of The Heroes of San
Jacinto and the Texas Musketeers and author of The Signers of
the Texas Declaration of Independence, he is currently writing a
history of the Texas Company, of which he is a retired official.
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