The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 58, July 1954 - April, 1955 Page: 317
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A. T. JACKSON, "Austin's Streetcar Era," is at present employed
as statistician for Austin Transit, Incorporated. For thirteen years
he was on the staff of the department of anthropology at the
University of Texas and has published A Prehistoric Rock Shelter
in Val Verde County, Texas (1933) and Picture-writing of Texas
Indians (1938). He has been a contributor to Frontier Times
and has had historical articles in leading Texas newspapers. He
has written articles for archeological journals and did the research
for the Indian dioramas in the Texas Memorial Museum at
CLAUDE ELLIOTT, "A Check List of Theses and Dissertations in
Texas History, 1907-1952," is a professor of history and Dean of
the Graduate School at Southwest Texas State College at San Mar-
cos. He received his master's and doctor's degrees at the Univer-
sity of Texas, writing on the history of the Southern Pacific Rail-
road in Texas and the life of James W. Throckmorton. He is
president and fellow of the Association and has had articles pub-
lished in numerous historical periodicals.
JAMES D. CARTER, "The First Free Public School in Texas,
1828," educator and rancher, attended Tarleton State College and
North Texas State College, and received the Ph.D. degree from
the University of Texas. He has had several articles published in
periodicals and has recently completed a definitive study of the
influence of the Masonic Order on Texas history to 1846.
VIRGINIA H. TAYLOR, "The First Free Public School in Texas,
1828," translator of the Bexar Archives, received the B.A. and
M.A. degrees at the University of Texas. She has taught in public
and private schools in Texas, served as Spanish translator in the
Office of United States Censorship and the General Land Office
of Texas, and worked as bilingual secretary for the Pan American
Union, Washington, D. C.
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