The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 57, July 1953 - April, 1954 Page: 162
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
is a prominent local historian of San Antonio, Texas, whose writ-
ings have received international recognition. Heusinger's inter-
ests in the early history of Texas, in general, and of his city, in
particular, have borne fruit in three excellent published works.
An Association member since 1906, he is a fellow and member
of numerous, varied societies, which include American Numis-
matic Association, Texas Folklore Society, Texas Philatelic Asso-
ciation, and Texas Knights of Columbus Historical Commission.
H. T. ENGELHARDT, "A Note on the Death of John Bell Hood,"
writes with the authority of two dissimilar fields, his profession,
medicine, and his avocation, the history of Texas during the Civil
War. Dr. Engelhardt attended the University of Texas and was
graduated from the Tulane School of Medicine. He has taught at
Tulane and at the Baylor University College of Medicine and is
now chief of the Diabetes Clinic at Jefferson Davis Hospital in
Houston. His achievements include extensive writings in his field
of medicine and membership in many national, state, and local
LEON DURST, "A Confederate Texas Letter: Bruno Durst to Jet
Black," public relations consultant in Arlington, Virginia, re-
ceived his B.A. degree from Oklahoma A. and M. College and
attended the universities of Berlin, Lausanne, and Berne. A
veteran of both world wars, Colonel Durst served as United States
Liaison Officer with the First French Army in Occupied Germany
and later as Public Information Officer for General Frank Howley,
attached to the Berlin Military District and the Allied Kom-
mandatura. Colonel Durst's contributions to Texas journalism
received national recognition in 1932, when Sigma Delta Chi,
national professional journalism fraternity, awarded him a life
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