The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 63, July 1959 - April, 1960 Page: 361
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NAN THOMPSON LEDBETTER, "The Muddy Brazos in Texas His-
tory," received the B.A. and M.A. degrees from the University
of Texas and has done graduate work at the University of Colo-
rado, Harvard University, the University of California, and Baylor
University. Mrs. Ledbetter has taught English and mathematics
in Oklahoma, Texas, Louisiana, Hawaii, and Alabama, and pres-
ently she is completing the requirements for a Ph.D. degree in
English at the University of Texas. Her special fields of interest
are Southwestern history and folklore and the Texas Revolution,
with particular reference to the Central Texas area.
RUTH O. DOMATTI, "A History of Kidd-Key College," is a
graduate of the University of Texas presently engaged in research
on the north-central region of Texas. Mrs. Domatti is especially
interested in the Grayson County area and has conducted exten-
sive research particularly on Methodism and education, as well as
Holland Coffee and his trading enterprise.
ROBERT L. JONEs, "The First Iron Furnace in Texas," received
the Ph.D. degree from Stanford University. Before joining the
faculty of East Texas State College, where he is a professor of
history, he taught at the University of Nevada, Southern Meth-
odist University, the University of Pittsburgh, and Trinity Uni-
versity. He has written a number of articles for various scholarly
periodicals and has published The Eighteenth Amendment and
Our Foreign Policy.
WALTER MCCAUSLAND, "Charles Drake Ferris, Unknown Vet-
eran of San Jacinto," is an executive with the Niagara Frontier
Transit System of Buffalo, New York. Despite maintaining a busy
public career, he has also made notable contributions to Texas
and New York history. In addition to numerous newspaper arti-
cles on historical and literary subjects, he has published several
studies in the Quarterly and other scholarly periodicals and was
a contributor to the Handbook of Texas.
LLERENA FRIEND, "Thomas W. Bell Letters," is the librarian of
the University of Texas Eugene C. Barker Texas History Center.
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