The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 58, July 1954 - April, 1955 Page: 99
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Check List of Theses, Dissertations in Texas History 99
and Texas Railroad, San Marcos, Hays County, Texas, 1929-1934; carloads handled
by the Missouri Pacific Railroad, San Marcos, Hays County, Texas, 1929-1934.
Contents: Background, early history and pioneer life, and organization of Hays
County; biographical articles on a score of prominent citizens; chapter on political
controversies; educational development traced through public education, news-
papers, and libraries; social life shown in lodges, civic and cultural clubs, educa-
tional and charitable organizations; religious life traced through denominations;
highway and railroad building discussed; industrial growth shown. Appendices
list names of officials of Hays County from 1848 to 1934.
976.4/H14. Co. His., Bio., Pol., News., Ed., Rel., R. R.
HALL, WYNDELL NOLAN - M.A., August, 1950 
A History of Education in Schleicher County, Texas. v+98 pp.
Sul Ross State College, Alpine, Texas
Illustrations: first school building in Eldorado, 1895-1901; Lofton School, 1946;
Adams School, 1946; Eldorado High School; Eldorado High School, south view,
1925-1950; Eldorado Elementary School building; aerial photo of Eldorado; two
views of new school buildings.
Maps: (1) school districts of Schleicher County as they were before the annexa-
tion program of 1946; (2) bus routes of Schleicher County Rural High School
District, 1949-1950; (3) school area, Eldorado, Texas, 1950; (4) Schleicher County
school lands and Gaines County from the surveyor's map, Schleicher County
Commissioners Court minutes.
Tables: data relating to equipment and school plants of the common school dis-
tricts of Schleicher County, Texas, 1939-1940; financial data concerning the common
school districts of Schleicher County, Texas, 1929-1940; educational statistics
relative to the common school districts of Schleicher County, Texas, 1939-1940;
data relating to equipment and school plants of the Eldorado Independent District,
Schleicher County, Texas, 1945-1946; financial data concerning the Eldorado In-
dependent District, Schleicher County, Texas, 1945-1946; educational statistics
relative to Eldorado Independent District, Schleicher County, Texas, 1945-1946;
financial data concerning the Schleicher County Rural High School District, 1949-
195o; educational statistics relative to Schleicher County Rural High School District,
1949-1950; enrollment per grade, 1949-195o, based on average daily attendance;
enrollment per grade, 1949-1950, based on original entries; expense budget of the
1949-195o building program to June 12, 1950o.
Contents: Six chapters discuss the historical and social background of Schleicher
County; Gustav Schleicher; creation of Schleicher County; topography of Schleicher
County; the climate; flora and fauna; first settlers and settlements of Schleicher
County; history of the common school districts from their creation to July, 1946;
Middle Valley School Number 1; Mayer District Number 2; Adams District Number
3; Lofton District Number 4; Cliff District Number 5; Bailey Consolidated District
Number 6; Kaffir District Number 7; history of the Eldorado Independent School
District; buildings; Latin-American School; school for Negroes; Schleicher County
Rural High School District; annexation program; county rural high school districts;
permanent school fund; 1949-195o building program.
370.9739764/H181. Ed., Co. His., Soc. His., 19thC., 20othC., N.
HAMMONS, ANNE - M.A., 1933 
West Texas and the State Constitutional Convention of 1875-
Texas Technological College, Lubbock, Texas
Maps: legislative map of the State of Texas, 18738.
Contents: West Texas before 1875; West Texas in 1875; survey of Texas history,
1845-1870; survey of Texas history, 1870-1875. The Constitutional Convention:
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