The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 58, July 1954 - April, 1955 Page: 488
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A Check fist of heses aid
Dissertations i exas 1tistory
Compiled and edited by C LA UE E L LLIOTT
[The following bibliography is the concluding section of the check
list of theses and dissertations in Texas history produced in the
Department of History of eighteen Texas Graduate Schools and
thirty-three Graduate Schools outside of Texas from z9o7 to 1952, the
first five sections of which appeared in the January, April, July, and
October, 1954, and January, x955, numbers of the Quarterly.]
TALLEY, KATE - M.A., August, 1933 1556]
A History of Clarendon College. v+99 pp.
West Texas State College, Canyon, Texas
Illustrations: view of the campus, 1904-1905; view of the main building, 1926-
1927; Dr. G. S. Slover, former president of the college; S. H. Condron, former dean
and last active president of the college.
Tables: increase in population in a few Panhandle counties, 1870-1900; presidents
of the college and their terms of office; derivation of fund for maintenance of
Clarendon College; courses offered in training school; list of subjects from which
entrance units could be taken; list of required units for college entrance; literary
courses offered, 1902-1903; courses offered, 1904-1905; courses offered and term
hours credit, 1911-1912; courses and the number of courses offered, 1925-1926;
requirements for B.A. degree; physical education courses given, 1922-1923; physical
education courses offered, 1925-1926; courses offered in music, 1903-1904; courses
offered in harmony, 1911-1912; requirements for a Bachelor of Music degree;
courses and the number of courses offered in violin and piano, 1925-1926; courses
in voice offered, 190o1-19o2; courses offered in voice, 1917-1918; courses offered,
1915-1916; courses offered in expression, 1920-1921; optional list of courses which
would satisfy requirements for a first grade certificate; trends in number in faculty,
number with degrees, and relative percentage with degree; enrollment by years.
Contents: Five chapters discuss the history and development of Clarendon College
from its beginning in 1898 to its removal in 1927; Allentown Academy; physical
and financial development of Clarendon College; the library; academic develop-
ment; trends in collegiate curriculum; trends in enrollment; extracurricular
r37o/W52ta. Ed., Soc. His., 20oth C.
TALMADGE, JOHN M. - M.A., August, 1948 [557
A History of the Luling Oil Field. v+95 pp-
Southwest Texas State Teachers College, San Marcos, Texas
Maps: Balcones fault zone in Texas and fields producing from the fault zone.
Contents: Five chapters treat of the following topics: historical background; loca-
tion; geographical significance; prelude to the discovery of the Luling Field; financ-
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