The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 70, July 1966 - April, 1967 Page: 509
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James Robert Wood, Jr.
Thesis: Terry's Texas Rangers, 8th Texas Cavalry, C.S.A. (1961)
Paul Leo Hendrix
Thesis: An Historiographical Study of the Texas Revolution
Henry Cushing Grover
Thesis: The Dissolution of T. W. House and Company (1962)
Anne L. Moore Buckhorn
Thesis: The Yellow Fever Epidemic of 1867 in Galveston (1962)
Billy J. Doree
Thesis: History of the Texas Maritime Trade Prior to 1836 (1962)
Mildred Hubert Meltzer
Thesis: Chapters in the Struggle for Negro Rights in Houston, 1944-
Orin Walker Hatch
Thesis: The Development of the Houston Lyceum and the Houston
Public Library (1+963) [published]
Farris Frederick Block
Thesis: Texas Newspapers Prior to 1836 (1963)
Patsy McCloud Lorenz
Thesis: Fort Richardson and the Northwest Texas Frontier (1963)
E. Thomas Lovell
Thesis: Houston's Reaction to the New Deal, 1932-1936 (1964)
Annie. Laurie Kurtz Lyon
Thesis: Slavery as an Economic and Political Factor in the Texas
Gubernatorial Elections of 1857 and 1859 (1964)
Thesis: A Survey of the Port Arthur Retail Trades Strike, 1958-
Edward Doyle Bridges
Thesis: The Texas Good Roads Movement, 190o3-1917 (1964)
Ronald B. Jager
Thesis: Houston, Texas, During the Civil War (1964)
Sister Mary Brendan O'Donnell, V.I.
Thesis: Annunciation Church--Catholic Motherchurch of Hous-
Thesis: A Medical History of Houston-Harris County, 1836-1918
Marsha Gaunt Berryman
Thesis: Houston and the Early Depression: 1929-1932 (1965)
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