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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
FRED R. COTTEN. A note on Lawrie's trip to northeast Texas, 1854-55.
Southw. hist. quar., 56:102-5 (Jul). notes. The Lawrie here referred
to is not further identified.
L. A. CHANSLOR. A Bell County tragedy. Frontier times, 29:231-2
(May). On the Mormons at Belton, 1856.
ORAN WARDER NOLEN. Town of Oakville [Live Oak County] has
romantic history [1856-1919]. Frontier times, 29:219-22 (May).
Mrs. W. U. CARRE. Memories of Mattie Emma Kenner [i. e. Keener,
born 1857]. United Daughters Confed. mag., 13 (no. 8) :17-18 (Aug
1950). On her life in Texas near the Sabine River, 1857-74.
GEORGIA MILLER RAY. The Jeff Ray I knew: a pioneer preacher
in Texas. San Antonio: Naylor Co. . xiii, 192 p. ports. On
Jefferson Davis Ray (1860-1951) as a boy in Lockhart and Bastrop,
a student in the National School of Education and Oratory (Phila-
delphia) and Baylor University, a Baptist minister in Huntsville,
Georgetown, Eminence (Ky.), Caldwell, Corsicana, and Waco, a
teacher in Southwestern Seminary (Waco), and a religious journalist.
By his wife.
EDNA HAYNES MCCORMICK. William Lee McCormick [1863-1945]:
a study in tolerance. With genealogy. Dallas: Book Craft [1952. 12],
234 p. facsim., ports., views. On his activities in Denton, Tex., as
lawyer, mayor, and Baptist layman, with selections from his papers
and historical articles, including his history of Denton, 1856-70 (p.
75-93) . Gives some account of John McCormick (died in 1768 in
Virginia) and his descendants, especially in Texas, and of the Haynes
W. A. MORRIS. Tragic scenes in Montague County. Frontier times,
29:171-6 (Mar). Reminiscences of Indian war in 1868-69.
DAN MCALLISTER. "Negligently, perhaps; criminally, never." South
Atl. quar., 51:562-73 (Oct). On records and recollections of the trial
of William Sydney Porter (O. Henry) at Austin, Tex., 1898, and
other evidence bearing on the charge of embezzlement and on his
life in Austin.
SAMUEL WOOD GEISER. Medical education in Dallas, 1900-1910. Field
& lab., 2o:127-45 (Oct). Notes. On nine medical schools.
ROGER B. LETZ. East Texas cattle development [1900-1950]. Cattle-
man, 38 (no. 11) :3o-33, 68, 70-71 (Apr). maps, views.
AUSTIN L. PORTERFIELD. Suicide and crime in the social structure of
an urban setting: Fort Worth, 193o-1950. Am. sociol. rev., 17:341-9
(Jun). diagrs., tables. notes.
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