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studies in the University of North Carolina (1893-96), his removal
to Texas (1905), his editing of a farm magazine at San Antonio and
La Porte, his work with farm credit at Houston, and his activities as
a dairyman and a promoter of cooperative dairy stores; with remarks
(p. 159-87) on breeds of cattle in Texas.
R. H. RIGDON. Frequency of cancer in 7,500 routine autopsies per-
formed over a period of 43 years at the University of Texas Medical
Branch [1905-48]. Texas reports on biol. and med., 7:237-48 (sum-
mer 1949). diagrs., tables.
SETH SHEPARD McKAY. Texas politics, 1906-1944; with special refer-
ence to the German counties. Lubbock: Texas Tech Press, 1952. 486 p.
bibliog. (p. 467-9), notes. Study of Austin, Fayette, Lee, Washington,
Comal, Guadalupe, Kendall, Medina, Gillespie, and DeWitt Coun-
ties, compared to the rest of Texas, showing "what the Germans dis-
liked as well as what they preferred in the way of political issues."
J. F. LAKEY. Historical development and present status of Texas food
and drug law [1907-52]. Food drug cosmetic law jour., 7:646-53
ERWIN EVANS SMITH. Life on the Texas range. Photographs by Erwin
E. Smith; text by J[ames] Evetts Haley. Austin: Univ. of Texas Press,
1952. 112 p. port., views. Bibliographical introduction on Smith as
"the outstanding cowboy photographer of the West" (p. 13-29);
and 80o reproductions from negatives made mainly between 1907
MARY WHATLEY CLARKE. [Presidents of the Texas and Southwestern
Cattle Raisers Association.] Cattleman, 38 (no. 8) - 39 (no. 6),
monthly installments (Jan-Nov). ports. On the Presidents from the
9th to the 16th (Edward Cunningham Lasater, Al McFaddin, Joe
D. Jackson, Cyrus B. Lucas, Herbert Lee Kokernot, Timothy Dwight
Hobart, and J. M. West), 1911-31, with biographical sketches.
H. B. PARKS. The lost honey mines of Texas. Frontier times, 29:260-65
(Jun). Lore about bee caves, current 1917-30.
HOWARD R. WILLIAMS. Hoffman v. Magnolia Petroleum Co.: the
"subject-to" clause in mineral and royalty deeds [Texas, 1925]. Tex.
law rev., 30:395-422 (Apr). notes.
SAMUEL WOOD GEISER. John Daniel Boon (1874-1952). Field & Lab.,
o20:5-8 (Jan). port. On his teaching of physics in Texas, with a partial
list of his publications, 1932-47.
VIRGINIA LEDDY GAMBRELL. Hall of State [Dallas, Tex., 1936-52].
Am. heritage, 4 (no. 1):16-21 (fall). views (part col.).
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