The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 60, July 1956 - April, 1957 Page: 194
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194 Southwestern Historical Quarterly
cussion of a new type of bell music-that of peals, chimes, and
carillons. Her enthusiasm for her subject is epitomized in the
last quotation. "Music melodies floating down.. can hardly
help lifting the thoughts of men above sordid things. "
This book will be an addition to any library, not merely to
a collection of Texana.
Recently Mrs. Fitzhugh's book has received recognition which
justifies the enthusiasm of all reviewers. It was awarded the
Summerfield G. Roberts award given annually for the best book
written about Texas. And appropriately Mr. Hertzog won recog-
nition for the most artistic and beautiful book of the year.
MERLE M. DUNCAN
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