The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 65, July 1961 - April, 1962 Page: 260
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
Raines, C. W., A Bibliography of Texas. Austin (Gammel Book Co.),
Raines, C. W. (ed.), Speeches and State Papers of James Stephen
Hogg. Austin (The State Printing Company), 1905.
Thrall, Homer S., A Pictorial History of Texas. St. Louis (N. D.
Thompson and Company), 1883.
Weyand, Leonie Rummer, and Houston Wade, An Early History of
Fayette County. LaGrange, Texas (LaGrange Journal Plant),
copyright dated 1936.
Letters of appreciation were
Robert C. Cotner
G. G. Arnakis
Lewis U. Hanke
Thomas F. McGann
Oliver H. Radkey
R. John Rath
John E. Sunder
D. D. Van Tassel
Walter P. Webb
George P. Isbell
Walter E. Long
Mrs. Merle Duncan
also sent to the following persons
Herman L. Crow
J. W. Williams
Mrs. St. John Garwood
Mrs. Coral Tullis
J. P. Bryan
Morgan Broddus, Jr.
C. K. Chamberlain
Charles A. Bacarisse
Clark, Thomas, Harris, Denius
and Winters Law Offices
Dorman H. Winfrey
Other generous gifts made on a personal basis I should also like
to recognize. They included two copies of Bosque County, Texas,
presented by William C. Pool; two mint copies of Frank S.
Hastings, A Ranchman's Recollections, sent by A. M. G. "Swede"
Swenson and Bill Swenson; a copy of Alkali Trails from Curry
Holden; The El Paso Salt War of 1877 provided by C. L. Sonni-
chsen, Carl Hertzog, and Josh Cisneros; and Pioneers in God's
Hills from Junior Historian Chapter No. 21 at Fredericksburg.
Perhaps the most liberal of all were Fritz and Emilie Toepper-
wein who sent copies of almost every book they have written or
published, including: Little Miss Crinoline, Handicraft Printing
In Texas, Gulf Coast Adventure and Gulf of Mexico Handbook,
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Texas State Historical Association. The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 65, July 1961 - April, 1962, periodical, 1962; Austin, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth101195/m1/290/: accessed April 24, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Texas State Historical Association.