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united with it in 1948: Prairie View Agricultural and Mechanical
College (for Negroes), Arlington State College, and Tarleton State
DAVID BROOKS COFER. First five administrators of Texas A. 8c M. Col-
lege, 1876-1890o. [College Station? Tex., 1952.] 48 p. ports., views,
bibliog. (p. 48). On Thomas Sanford Gathright, John Garland
James, James Reid Cole, Hardaway Hunt Dinwiddie, and Louis
DAVID BROOKS COFER, ed. Early history of Texas A. and M. College
through letters and papers. [College Station? Tex., 1952.] 143 P.
facsims. On the Texas Agricultural and Mechanical College, 1877-90;
with reminiscent letters from alumni on its later history.
FRANK AVERILL KNAPP, JR. A note on General [Mariano] Escobedo
in Texas. Southw. hist. quar., 55:394-401 (Jan.). notes. On his efforts
to instigate a revolution against the government of General Porfirio
JOE HEFLIN SMITH. The old "F" Ranch [Quitaque, Tex., 1877-1907].
Cattleman, 39 (no. 5) :30-31, 42, 44, 46, 48 (Oct). port., views.
THE CATTLEMAN. Herefords play important part in cattle industry
[Texas since ca. 188o]. Cattleman, 39 (no. 3) :23-5, 40, 42, 44 (Aug).
C. P. OLIVER. Zoology at the University of Texas [since 1885]. Bios,
23:9o-lo8 (May). ports.
JAMES CALVIN OSLIN. Benben. [Revised edition.] Boston: Christopher
Pub. House . 286 p. First ed., 1948. On the early life of Ben-
jamin Phillips Benjrox (born 1886) in rural east Texas and his work
as a newspaper writer and printer in Houston, Galveston, and San
JOE HEFLIN SMITH. McMurtry means beef. Cattleman, 38 (no. io):
36, 8o, 82, 84, 86, 88, go, 92, 94 (Mar). On the nine sons of W. J.
McMurtry as cattlemen in Texas since 1888.
THE CATTLEMAN. Pioneers of Texas Hereford industry. Cattleman,
39 (no. 3): 31, 104, lo6 (Aug). ports. On John P. and Phil C. Lee
as ranchers in Texas since 1890.
WILLIAM H. OBERSTE. Knights of Columbus in Texas, 1902-1952-
Austin: Von Boeckmann-Jones Co., 1952. 298 p. facsims., ports., views.
JOHN WILLIAM CANADA. Life at eighty: memories and comments by
a Tarheel in Texas. [La Porte, Tex., 1952.] 198 p. On the author's
early life in rural North Carolina (where he was born in 1871), his
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