The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 79, July 1975 - April, 1976 Page: 106
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
"Pleasant Retreat Methodist Church," by Lena Morris et al., Chronicles
of Smith County, Texas (Summer, I974). Includes history of church and
roster of all members and ministers.
SOCIAL AND INTELLECTUAL HISTORY
"The Town Marshal: Local Arm of the Law," by Philip D. Jordan,
Arizona and the West (Winter, 1974). Portrays life and labors of town
"Dooryard Gardens and Gardening in the Black Community of Brushy,
Texas," by Gene Wichelm, Jr., The Geographical Review (January, 1975).
Connects garden decision making with socioeconomic factors.
"The South's Peculiar Intuition," by F. N. Boney, Louisiana Studies
(Winter, 1973). Considers optimism as a southern trait.
"Mirage in the Sahara of the Bozart: The Library of Southern Litera-
ture," by Gaines M. Foster, Mississippi Quarterly (Winter, 1974-1975).
Examines publication project for clues about southern culture.
TOWNS AND COUNTIES
"A History of the Cliff Maus Airport, Corpus Christi, Texas," by Harry
B. Adams, Journal of South Texas (Vol. I, I974). Gives history of the field.
"House of Tyler's Past & Present"; "The Patterson House, 1311 West
Oakwood," by Del Edwards, Chronicles of Smith County, Texas (Summer,
Winter, 1974). Describe Tyler homes.
"Bascom, Texas: Typical Texana," by Andrew L. Leath, Chronicles of
Smith County, Texas (Summer, 1974). Gives history of the Bascom com-
"The Police Reform Movement in Houston, I945-1948," by Louis J.
Marchiafava, East Texas Historical Journal (Spring, 1975). Analyzes in-
ternal reform movement.
"Is Dallas Falling Apart?" by Molly Ivins, The Texas Observer (Febru-
ary 14, 1975). Views the political scene, past and present.
"El Paso Housing," by Michael Etchison, The Texas Observer (March
14, 1975). Examines housing for the poor.
"Some Neighbors," by Lonn Taylor, The Texas Observer (April ii,
1975). Introduces Round Top citizens and discusses changing times in
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