The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 61, July 1957 - April, 1958 Page: 429

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C. A. WARNER, "The Oil Industry in Texas since Pearl Harbor,"
has been actively engaged in the oil industry for some forty years.
In addition to his other professional and business activities, he
has devoted many years to intensive research and writing on the
oil industry and has produced numerous articles and books on
the subject. These include a study that appeared in the July, 1946,
issue of the Quarterly and the standard major work, Texas Oil
and Gas since 1543-
CHARLES A. BACARISSE, "The Union of Coahuila and Texas,"
received the doctoral degree from the University of Texas in 1955
and is presently a member of the faculty of the University of
Houston. He has done extensive research in early nineteenth
century Texas history, with particular emphasis on the role of
the Baron de Bastrop and the political implications of the move-
ments of the period. His publications include several articles that
have appeared in earlier issues of the Quarterly.
GLEN O. WILSON, "Old Red River Station," is an attorney and
local historian of Nocona. His interest in the Red River area
surrounding Nocona and Wichita Falls is of long standing and
has led to the preservation of much valuable historical data that
might otherwise have been irreparably lost. Red River Station
and the development of the cattle industry have particularly
occupied the writer's attention.
RALPH N. TRAXLER, JR., "The Texas and Pacific Railroad
Grants," was granted the doctoral degree in business history at
the University of Chicago in 1953. He is a member of numerous
learned societies and recently joined the faculty of Emory Uni-
versity. Several of his articles have appeared in various periodical
publications, and he is currently engaged in the preparation of a
major study entitled The American Fortune: A History of Amer-
ican Business Decision.

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