The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 57, July 1953 - April, 1954 Page: 337
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Check List of Theses, Dissertations in Texas History 337
rian of every school from which information was sought. In some
instances the co-operation of the institution involved the onerous
task of the actual preparation of the materials about each thesis
to be processed; in others it involved the hazard of dislodging the
theses from their hiding places and actually exposing them to
the open air. These librarians, however, co-operated magnificently
and acknowledgments are gratefully made to them.
The magnitude of the debt incurred in this task may be best
explained by stating that the librarians and their assistants in
fifty-one colleges and universities in and out of Texas had a sig-
nificant part in making the compilation. Thanks are particularly
due Miss Hattie Roberts, Southwest Texas State Teachers College,
who assisted in the processing of the information and who typed
the entire manuscript.
The check list is self-explanatory except for the abbreviations
used. Below are listed the various classifications used together
with their abbreviations.
Flora and fauna
Legal and judicial
Local, other than
F. & F.
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