The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 56, July 1952 - April, 1953 Page: 188
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188 Southwestern Historical Quarterly
have felt, for many years, the need for such a guide to the prod-
ucts of graduate research at the University of Texas. Carroll is a
professor of history at the University and director of the Texas
State Historical Association. Gutsch, professor emeritus of British
history, served more than twenty-five years as chairman of the
Department of History.
FRED R. COTTEN, "A Note on Lawrie's Trip to Northeast Texas,
1854-1855," is a Weatherford businessman, a law graduate of the
University of Texas, and an authority on the Parker family and
Parker County history. A long-time friend of the Association,
Cotten is a life member and a members' representative on the
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