The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 60, July 1956 - April, 1957 Page: 336
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MAUDE HOUSTON, "The Education of John A. Lomax," has
done extensive research on the famed Texas ballad hunter includ-
ing her master's thesis at the University of Texas on "The Early
Years of John A. Lomax." Mrs. Houston is an instructor in English
at the University where she expects to complete work on her Ph.D.
degree next year.
ELLEN GARWOOD, "Early Texan Inns: A Study in Social Rela-
tionships," received her B.A. degree from Smith College and her
M.A. degree from the University of Texas. Mrs. Garwood is a
member of Phi Beta Kappa and has taught history and Spanish in
the Austin schools.
EARL W. FORNELL, "Agitation in Texas for Reopening the Slave
Trade," took his B.A. degree at the University of Minnesota, his
M.A. degree at Columbia University, and his Ph.D. degree at
the Rice Institute. Dr. Fornell is a member of the department of
history and political science at Rice.
JAMES M. DANIEL, "Diary of Pedro Jose de la Fuente," is a
graduate of the University of Texas and at present is employed in
the Office of Chief of Naval Operations, Department of the Navy.
Dr. Daniel has had articles published in a number of historical
journals and was a staff writer for the Handbook of Texas.
EDDIE WEEMS, "Notes on Frontier Editors and Newspapers,"
is an instructor in journalism at Baylor University.
WILLARD E. WIGHT, "A Letter from the Texas Secession Con-
vention," is a member of the department of history in Georgia
VIRGINIA H. TAYLOR, "Calendar of the Letters of Antonio
Martinez, Last Spanish Governor of Texas, 1817-1822," is the
archivist of the Texas State Archives.
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