The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 66, July 1962 - April, 1963 Page: 191

Contributors 191
GEORGE F. HAUGH, "The Public Letters of Morgan and Moore
in Regard to their Naval Actions," is chief engineer of the Penn
Challenger. A member of the Association for more than ten years,
he has previously contributed articles on the Texas Navy to the
Quarterly.
JAMES M. DAY, "The Map Collection of the Texas State Ar-
chives, 1866-1887," is director of the Archives Division of the
Texas State Library.
ANN B. DUNLAP, "The Map Collection of the Texas State Ar-
chives, 1866-1887," is a graduate of the University of Texas and
was formerly employed in the Archives Division of the Texas
State Library.

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