The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 66, July 1962 - April, 1963 Page: 483
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the New Deal," and James Tinsley of the University of Houston,
"'Ma' and 'Pa' Ferguson: Symbols of Political Unrest in Texas."
Speakers, discussants, and session chairmen from Texas in areas
outside Texas history included Archibald R. Lewis and R. John
Rath of the University of Texas, Frank Vandiver and Katherine
Fischer Drew of Rice University, John A. Haddick of the Uni-
versity of Houston, John Rison Jones of Southern Methodist
University, Howard H. Bell of Texas Southern University,
Theodore D. Harris of Texas Western College, A. Elizabeth
Taylor of Texas Women's University, and Jack B. Scroggs of
North Texas State University. Frank Wardlaw, director of the
University of Texas Press, was a member of the panel which dis-
cussed "The Publisher and the Historian."
James M. Day, director of the Texas State Archives, attended
the first summer institute of archival administration and related
fields of regional, state and local history, which was conducted
by the department of history and the graduate school of librarian-
ship at the University of Denver in cooperation with the State
of Colorado Division of State Archives and Public Records, from
July 23 through August 17, 1962. Included in the course of study
were conservation, rehabilitation, care, and preservation of ar-
chives, manuscripts, rare books, and documents. Texas is fortunate
indeed to have had Day in attendance.
Joe B. Frantz has sent to the Association office the following
note which should be of interest to all followers of Texana:
True West magazine, September-October 1962 issue, pages 15, 76,
has an interview with John Nance Garner by Maury Maverick, Jr.
Unlike most interviews with the former vice-president which concen-
trate on politics, this interview has Mr. Garner spending the entire
time reminiscing about early days in Uvalde and that section of Texas.
It would make an interesting reference for anyone interested in Texas
in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
Probing the American West, a book consisting of nineteen
papers from the Santa Fe Conference on the History of Western
America held in October, 1961, was recently published by the
Museum of New Mexico Press, Santa Fe, New Mexico. Articles
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