The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 81, July 1977 - April, 1978 Page: 110
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110 Southwestern Historical Quarterly
"Cultural and Social Life on the Frontier: Some Factual and Folk-
song Views," by Lawrence Clayton, Greater Llano Estacado Southwest
Heritage (Winter, 1976-1977). Uses folksongs as a take-off point.
TOWNS AND COUNTIES
"Midland-Odessa: An Economy Based on Energy," by Carol T. F.
Bennett and Charles P. Zlatkovich, Texas Business Review (March,
'977). Profiles economy.
"All Roads Lead from Roma," by Kaye Northcott, Texas Monthly
(April, 1977). Discusses marijuana traffic in Starr County.
"U.S. Journal: San Antonio," by Calvin Trillin, The New Yorkers
(May 2, 1977). Reports on Communities Organized for Public Service.
"The Movie Theater in Early Clovis," by Karen Lee Hughes, Great-
er Llano Estacado Southwest Heritage (Fall, 1976) . Describes early en-
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