The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 58, July 1954 - April, 1955 Page: 584
Southwestern Historical Quarterly
The Texas State Historical Association has received from the
Indiana Historical Bureau, Indianapolis, the Messages and Papers
relating to the Administration of James Brown Ray, Governor
of Indiana, 1825-183r. Dorothy Riker and Gayle Thornbrough
are the editors. This is a continuation of a project begun in 1922
of publishing the messages and letters of Indiana's governors.
The Maryland Historical Society has published Vol. LXVI of
the Archives of Maryland. The title is Proceedings of the Provin-
cial Court of Maryland 1675-1677, Court Series (ii). This is pub-
lished by the authority of the state. The editor of this volume is
CORAL H. TULLIS
The University of Texas
The Bureau of Business Research at the University of Texas
has issued the ninth edition of its Directory of Texas Manufac-
turers. Compiled from data submitted by individual manufac-
turers and chambers of commerce throughout the state, the
Directory is one of the most comprehensive and reliable publi-
cations of its kind available. The format employed in the ninth
edition of the Directory follows the style developed in earlier
issues; in the first of the two sections into which the body of the
publication falls Texas manufacturing firms are classified by
cities and towns, and in the second they are listed according to
CHESTER V. KIELMAN
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