The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 62, July 1958 - April, 1959 Page: 271
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Co. . xxix, 493 p. facsim., ports., views. Includes "Stories by
the early settlers" (p. 281-341) and "Settlers of Crosby County"
(p. 342-490) .
MARGARET SHEERS. The LX Ranch in Texas [Randall, Potter, Carson,
Moore, and Hutchinson Counties, 1877-1934]. Frontier times, 29:128-
JOHN LYNWOOD WARREN 8C COLQUITT WARREN. The Matadors, 1879-
1951. [Matador? Tex.] C1952. , 35 leaves. maps, views. Memories
of the Matador Land and Cattle Company in Motley County, Dickens
County, and adjacent Texas counties.
VELMA BARRETT & HAZEL OLIVER. Odessa: city of dreams, a miracle
of Texas prairies. San Antonio: Naylor Co. . ix, 125 p. ports.,
views. On Odessa and Ector County, Tex., 1881-1951.
WILLIAM M. HUDSON. Texas' own saint-Don Pedrito Jaramillo.
Frontier times, 29:222-6 (May). On a San Antonio "curandero" and
A. M. HARTUNG. SMS Ranch horses. West. horseman, 15 (no. 3) :14-15,
34 (Mar 1950). ports. On horses bred by the Swenson family, Stam-
ford, Tex., since 1883.
ROGER B. LETZ. W. J. Lewis [born 1871]. Cattleman, 39 (no. 6) :36-7,
64 (Nov). ports., views. On his life as a cattleman in west Texas
WAYNE GARD. Billy Anson, quarter horse champion. West. horseman,
15 (no. 7) :17, 39-41 (Jul 1950). views. On William S. Anson, rancher
in Coleman County, Tex., 1890-1911.
JOHN MARVIN HUNTER, SR. The killing of Captain Frank Jones [1859-
93]. Frontier times, 29:121-4 (Feb). Killing of a Texas Ranger by
outlaws near El Paso, 1893.
VIRGINIA BRADLEY. Functional patterns in the Guadalupe counties
of the Edwards Plateau. Chicago, 1949. 153 p. diagrs., maps, tables,
views. bibliog. (p. 147-53), notes. (Univ. of Chicago. Dept. of Geog-
raphy. Research paper 9.) Thesis-Univ. of Chicago. Comal, Kendall,
and Kerr Counties, Tex., 1896-1948.
Mrs. R. L. DUKE. Aberdeen-Angus cattle on the XIT Ranch. Cattle-
man, 39 (no. 1):21-2, 39 (Jun). views. Reminiscences since 1900oo.
JOHN MARVIN HUNTER, SR. When Santanelli came to town. Frontier
times, 29:297-9 (Jul). Reminiscences of a visit of J. H. Loryea, hypno-
tist, to Mason, Tex., 1902.
EDWIN B. BARKER. Old days in Nacogdoches, Texas. Frontier times,
29:301-7 (Aug). Reminiscences, 1907-8.
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