The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 56, July 1952 - April, 1953 Page: 67
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A Check List of Theses and Dissertations 67
of county, economic and social development in pre-war period (1850-1860); Civil
War and Reconstruction (186o-188o); and economic and social development (188o-
1929). Appendix lists Bell County Rangers and Confederate soldiers.
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BAILEY, LELIA - M.A., June, 1922 [lo]
Economic History of Texas' Institution for the Blind. v+75 PP-
Tables: number of certificates granted, 1903-192o; number of graduates from the
literary department of the Texas School for the Blind; per capita cost of main-
taining the Texas School for the Blind since 1872; per capita cost for the blind
compared with the per capita cost of maintaining other institutions for defective
and dependent minors; per capita cost of the Texas School for the Blind with the
per capita cost of other schools; cost of instruction by departments in the Texas
School for the Blind; cost of instruction in the Texas School for the Blind during
the two decades, 1900oo-19o; disbursements of the Texas School for the Blind;
enrollment, 1912-1921; the blind according to age in different census reports;
number of blind per million of general population of same age; pupils blind from
ophthalmia among total number enrolled in certain schools; pupils blind from
ophthalmia neonatorum among new admissions in certain schools; pupils in
schools, blind from ophthalmia neonatorum, 1917-1918.
Contents: Chapters contain a history of the Texas School for the Blind; its self-
support training in music, piano tuning and repair, industrial work, telegraphy,
and typewriting; its growth and finance; its administration and control; the social
economy of a state-maintained institution; and the decrease in blindness.
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BAILEY, LELIA - Ph.D., June, 1932 [i 1]
The Life and Public Career of O. M. Roberts, 1815 to 1888. ix+354
Contents: Biography of Roberts from youth through his second gubernatorial
administration. Seventeen chapters contain his youth and early manhood; his activ-
ities in the Republic of Texas; annexation and the state bench; his congressional
aspirations; his activities in the Calhoun wing of the Democratic party in Texas
and election to the supreme bench; secession; his military service in the Civil
War; presidential reconstruction in Texas; senator-elect at Washington; activities
during radical reconstruction; position in the judicial history of Texas; contribu-
tions to Texas jurisprudence; circumstances of Roberts' nomination and election
to executive office; first gubernatorial administration; under criticism; constructive
program under second administration-establishment of University of Texas and
erection of present capitol; and an evaluation of the character of the man.
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BAKER, MARGARET BOULAND - M.A., August, 1938 
The Texas Negro and the World War. vi+-93 pp.
Tables: Comparison of white and colored registration in Texas and in the United
States; colored and white classification compared; comparison of colored and white
inductions in the United States and in Texas; number of colored men in various
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Texas State Historical Association. The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 56, July 1952 - April, 1953, periodical, 1953; Austin, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth101145/m1/85/?rotate=270: accessed May 23, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Texas State Historical Association.