The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 62, July 1958 - April, 1959 Page: 272
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
CHARLES DUDLEY EAVES & CECIL A. HUTCHINSON. Post City, Texas:
C. W. Post's colonizing activities in west Texas. Austin: Texas State
Historical Assoc., 1952. xiii, 171 p. maps, ports. notes. Based on Eaves's
thesis-Univ. of Texas. On a dry-land farming colony founded in
Garza County, Tex., by Charles William Post as a laboratory for agri-
cultural and rainmaking experiments and rural settlement, 1907-51;
with some account of his Postum industry and other enterprises in
Battle Creek, Mich., 1895 ff.
CHARLES J. BIER. Memoirs. Salesianum, 47:167-75 (Oct). On the au-
thor's service as a Catholic priest associated with Father David H.
Dunn at Amarillo, 19o9.
J. OSCAR LANGFORD. Big Bend: A homesteader's story. Austin: Univ.
of Texas Press, 1952. viii, 159 p. ports., views. On the author and his
family as homesteaders in rugged country beside the Rio Grande near
San Vicente, his schoolteaching there, and his development of a hot
spring as a tourist enterprise, 1909-13.
MARY WHATLEY CLARKE. A[lan] T. Jeffries. Cattleman, 38 (no. 11):
34, 36, 38, 4o, 42 (Apr). port. On his work in the Panhandle as an
inspector for the Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association
JOHN HOUGHTON ALLEN. Southwest. Phila.: Lippincott . 220 p.
Reminiscences and anecdotes indicating the degeneration of the Mex-
ican border of Texas since ca. 192o.
BRENT ASHABRANNER. Pecos Bill-an appraisal. West. folklore, 11:20-24
(Jan). "Lore" that apparently originated in an article by Edward J.
HAROLD A. SHAPIRO. The pecan shellers of San Antonio, Texas
[1926-50]. Southw. soc. sci. quar., 32:229-44 (Mar). notes. On the
conditions of living and employment of these largely illiterate Mex-
WITTEN BOOTH Russ. A doctor looks at life. San Antonio: Naylor Co.
. xix, 189 p. port. Speeches, essays, and letters of a San Antonio
physician, on medical, political, and social matters, 1929-51.
THE CATTLEMAN. America's first boys ranch. Cattleman, 39 (no. 6):
33-5, 44, 46 (Nov). views. On Boys Ranch, near Amarillo, Tex.,
Association members, and Texans generally, regretfully read the
announcement of the death of Dr. Carlos E. Castafieda in Austin
on April 3, 1958. Long an active member and fellow of the Asso-
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