The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 57, July 1953 - April, 1954 Page: 393
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MASTER OF ARTS
Deveau, Augustine Francis-Latin-American History, Spanish,
Thesis: Fray Antonio Margil de Jesus, Apostolic Missionary.
Engler, Leo Francis-Linguistics and German.
Thesis: The German Folk Song in Comal County, Texas.
Fiedler, Winnie Beatrice-History and Education.
Thesis: History of Mineral Wells, Texas.
Hakac, John-English and Government.
Thesis: The Cowboy's Boot.
Houston, Maude Cardwell-English and History.
Thesis: Early Years of John A. Lomax.
Irby, James Arthur-History and Government.
Thesis: Confederate Austin.
Janto, Stephen A.-Latin-American History and Spanish.
Thesis: Contributing Factors in the Foundation of Spanish
Kite, Kirk-History and Economics.
Thesis: A History of the University Co-Operative Society,
Liles, Vernen-History and Journalism.
Thesis: Pioneering on the Plains: The History of Martin
Long, Stanton C.-Latin-American History and American History.
Thesis: Early Nineteenth Century El Paso.
Paredes, Americo-English, Spanish, and Philosophy.
Thesis: Ballads of the Lower Border.
Rasco, Ann-English and Education.
Thesis: A Study of Recent Central Texas Fiction.
Rosbach, Virginia Hunter-History, Government, and Spanish.
Thesis: The History of the Mission Period of Primeria Alta
Ruby, Carrie Louise-English and Education.
Thesis: Attitudes toward Latin Americans as Revealed in
Sergeant, George William-History and Government.
Thesis: Early History of Tarrant County.
Tolleson, William Jean-History and Education.
Thesis: The Rift in the Texas Democratic Party, 1944.
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