The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 57, July 1953 - April, 1954 Page: 388
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388 Southwestern Historical Quarterly
CURL, CARROLL A. - M.A., August, 1947 
A History of Amarillo College, 1929-1946. vi+139 pp.
West Texas State College, Canyon, Texas
Illustrations: administration building; auditorium; gymnasium; vocational trades
building; student lounge; diagram of campus area; lower floor of administration
building; second floor of administration building; floor plan of gymnasum; floor
plan of vocational trades building; floor plan of student lounge.
Maps: location of college in city of Amarillo.
Tables: curriculum for liberal arts; curriculum for elementary teacher training;
curriculum for pre-medical students; curriculum for engineers; curriculum for
pre-law students; curriculum for B. B. A. degree; general business administration
curriculum; college entrance requirements; pre-nursing curriculum; medical tech-
nology curriculum; curriculum for art majors; music curriculum; grade analysis;
evaluation of physical plant, 1945; marital status; degrees; college teaching
experience of faculty; secondary school experience; other preparation; honor
societies; professional societies; instructors' salaries; curriculum for medical tech-
nology and pre-nursing; nursing curriculum; physical education curriculum; pre-
dental curriculum; pre-law curriculum; pre-medical curriculum; teaching curric-
ulum; trades and industrial curriculum; home economics curriculum; associate of
science diploma; associate of arts diploma; certificate of completion; marking system;
entrance requirements; graduation requirements; analysis of janitorial duties.
Contents: An effort is made to determine the reason for the founding of Amarillo
College, by whom it was founded, and to trace the development of the college
historically from 1929 through 1946. Two chapters are devoted to the develop-
ment of the college from 1929 to 1946. Separate chapters are devoted to its present
physical plant, its faculty, its curriculum, and administration.
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CURTSINGER, LOUISE CAMPBELL - M.A., August, 1940 
William P. Ballinger and the Texas Constitution of 1876. iv+ 116 pp.
Texas Technological College, Lubbock, Texas
Contents: Early years; Ballinger in the Mexican and Civil Wars; lawyer; back-
ground of the Constitution of 1876; Ballinger in the Constitutional Convention
of 1875; Ballinger in the period of ratification; later life.
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