The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 63, July 1959 - April, 1960 Page: 635
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members who heard him speak at the 1959 annual meeting,
however, it is apparent that Reporter Woolford may be com-
pelled to revise his personal characterization. Enhanced by a
humor that does not disguise the writer's critical use of his
sources-the newspapers themselves-the present article provides
additional valuable insights into the state's journalistic history.
ToM H. WELLS, "An Evaluation of the Texas Navy," writes
with the authority of a scholar and a naval officer of several years'
experience. To these qualities is added the personal interest in
his subject which the writer has inherited as a descendent of
original settlers in Colonial Texas. Commander Wells has com-
pleted a full-length biography of Commodore E. W. Moore which
the University of Texas Press will publish in 1960.
GEORGE F. HAUGH, "History of the Texas Navy," has been a
member of the Association for more than a decade. A native of
Atlanta, Georgia, the writer presently lives in Brooklyn, New
York, where he continues his primary historical researches on the
Texas Navy, privateering, and Texas during the Confederacy.
GEORGE NIELSEN, "Mathew Caldwell and the Texan Santa Fe
Expedition," received his M.A. degree from the University of
Houston in 1957 and is presently a candidate for the Ph.D. de-
gree at the University of Texas. He is a member of the history
faculty of Concordia Teachers College, River Forest, Illinois.
CATHERINE YOUNG CLACK, "The Bellevue Tornado of April 26,
19o6," perhaps came to her wide variety of interests and accom-
plishments through the following of distinguished Irish precur-
sors. She is at home on her Hereford farm at Burkburnett or in
a discussion of Chaucer. Her Texan interests range all the way
from Jackson to Wichita County.
LLERENA FRIEND, "Thomas W. Bell Letters," is the librarian
of the University of Texas Eugene C. Barker Texas History Center.
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