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JOHN MARVIN HUNTER, SR. The first commander of the Texas Rangers
[John Coffee Hays from 1840 to 1846]. Frontier times, 29:159-62
JOHN MARVIN HUNTER, SR. Frank Gholson, an early frontiersman.
Frontier times, 29:151-4 (Mar). On Benjamin Franklin Gholson
(1842-1936), with his memoirs of his service in the Texas Rangers,
JOHN J. TEMPLIN. Texas v. White: a study on the merits of the case
South. law jour., 6:467-99 (fall). notes. Revision of thesis (M.A.) -
Southern Methodist Univ. On the public debt and public lands of
EULA WHITEHOUSE. Bryology in Texas-1. Mosses (Musci) [1847-
1950]. Field & lab., 20:9-17 (Jan). bibliog.
EDWARD R. MAHER, JR. Sam Houston and secession [1849-63].
Southw. hist. quar., 55:448-58 (Apr). notes.
ROBERT W. CALVERT. The development of the doctrine of harmless
error in Texas [1853-1952]. Texas law rev., 31:1-18. (Nov). notes.
WILLIAM HENRY BEWIE. Missouri in Texas: a history of the Lutheran
Church-Missouri Synod in Texas, 1855-1941. [Austin, 1952. 10], 16o
p. ports. notes (p. 151-6).
JOHN MARVIN HUNTER, SR. Why the camel did not thrive in Texas
[1856-58]. Frontier times, 29:98-104 (Jan).
JOHN MARVIN HUNTER, SR. When Texas towns used postage stamps.
Frontier times, 29:346-8 (Sep). Describes stamps of 7 towns, 1861.
CLAUDE ELLIOTT. The Freedmen's Bureau in Texas [1865-70]. Southw.
hist. quar., 56:1-24 (Jul) .
OLCUTT SANDERS. The Texas cattle country and cowboy square dance
[since 1865]. Internatl. Folk Music Council, Jour., 3 (1951) :22-6.
JAMES P. HART. What James Stephen Hogg means to Texas. Southw.
hist. quar., 55:439-47 (Apr). port. On his public career in Texas,
ROLAND WINDELL. The brush of angels' wings: the story of the
country doctor. San Antonio: Naylor . xv, 104 p. ports., views.
Life of Walter D. Biggs (1873-1945), lifelong resident of Texas, and
his medical practice and drug store at Lometa, 1903-45.
THE CATTLEMAN. Texas A. & M. College System. Cattleman, 38 (no.
12) :17-33, 40, 42 (May). map, ports., views. On the Texas Agricul-
tural and Mechanical College, established in 1876, and the colleges
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