The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 79, July 1975 - April, 1976 Page: 122
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teenth century. Entries are arranged chronologically and alphabetically within
each year. Standard Library of Congress location symbols are used, along with
brief descriptions of the diaries' contents. Unlike the I945 volume, this work
unfortunately omits identification of the writers. The index is limited to
authors' names, which makes research in geographical topics difficult. And in
spite of the existence of a 1967 master's thesis which describes diaries at the
University of Texas at Austin (Karen Collins, "Guide to Diaries in the Uni-
versity of Texas Archives Produced before I900oo"), researchers in Texas
depositories will be disappointed that only the holdings of the Rosenberg
Library and the Texas State Library are represented. This bibliography never-
theless presents a wide range of important research information not available
University of Texas at Austin JAMES C. MARTIN
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