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Aachen, Germany: 245
Abbeville, Nicolas S. d': 78
Aberdeen, George Hamilton-
Gordon, Lord: 420-422
Abernethy, Francis Edward:
book ed. by, rev., 111-112
Abilene, Texas: workshop in,
116
abolitionists: blamed for run-
aways, 12
Adalia, Texas: article about,
423-427
Adams, Katherine J.: 195;
book rev. by, 361-362
Adams, Larry Earl: 339
Adams, Lindalyn: 194
Adams, Wayman: 321
Adelsverein. See Society for
the Protection of German
Immigrants in Texas
Adenauer, Konrad: 434
Adkins, Mrs. Ward: 117
adobe: 89
Adobe Walls campaign: 210
Adoue, Jacques: 157, 158;
photograph of, 159; Build-
ing, photograph of, 159
"Affairs of the Association":
by L. T. Ellis, 113-118; by
E. L. Mixon, 363-369
Africa: 341: North, 295n.
Agnew, Brad: book rev. by,
461-462
agriculture: library materials
on, 72; women in, 340;
Texas, in 1887, 403-404
Ahlert, Wilhelm: 173
airplane: first Texas, 453
Akert, James W.: 206
Akron, Ohio: 280
alambrista: 46
Alamo: study of, 72; pre-
served, 76; excavation at,
441
Alamo Museum: 448
Albrecht, Jacob: 173
Albuquerque, New Mexico:
W. D. Smithers in, 434; ar-
ticles on, noted, 213, 455
Aldine, Texas: 116
Alexander, Thomas B.: 213
Alexander Turnbull National
Library (New Zealand):
488
Alger, Horatio: 427
Alien Contract Labor Law:
45
Allan, John T.: 18 n.
Allen, Elizabeth: 122
Allen, Mark: 116
Allen, Noah: 183 n.
Allen, O. G.: 125, 127
Almarsz, Flix D., Jr.: 194;
and TSHA, 117
Alpine, Texas: 428
Alpine, Texas, Then and
Now: 85
Alsatians: in Texas, 176
Alzate y Ramirez, Josd Anto-
nio de: 78
Amarillo, Texas: exhibit in, 77
Amelung, Louis T.: 173
American Association for
State and Local History:

834
American Association of Uni-
versity Women: Archives,
1881-1976: 328
American Bar Foundation:
443
American Eagle (newspa-
per): 38
American Farm Bureau Fed-
eration: 49, 50
American Historical Associa-
tion: 838
American Indian Publishers,
Inc.: 333
American Institute of Archi-
tects: 439
American Intercultural Stu-
dent Exchange: 444
American Library Associa-
tion: 328
American Press: 330
American Scandinavian Stu-
dent Exchange: 443
American Studies Association
of Texas: 452
American West: Essays in
Honor of W. Eugene Hol-
ion, The: rev., 217-218
Amon Carter Museum: spon-
sors exhibit, 77; photo-
graphs courtesy of, 241,
246, 266, 281-288; exhibit
at, 442
Amsler, Carl: 178
Amthor, H.: 176
Anders, Evan: wins award,
114; article by, 119-138
Anderson, Adrian: book rev.
by, 96-97
Anderson, Mildred C.: 208
Anderson, Rodney D.: book
rev. by, 355-356
Anderson, Ronald: 212
Anderson, Texas (archaeolo-
gist) : 198
Andrews, - : 420
Anglican church. See Church
of England
Anglican revival: 268 n.
Anson Jones Home (Washing-
ton-on-the-Brazos): 81
Answer to Interrogatories:
168
anthropology: articles on,
noted, 89
Antiquarian Booksellers Asso-
ciation of America: 327,
828
Antiquities of Athens: 250
Anti-Slavery Society (En-
gland) : 410, 421
Apache Indians: 448
Apaches and Longhorns: The
Reminiscences of Will C.
Barnes: 887
A Pictorial History of De
Leon, Texas, 1881-1981: 450
Aquila, Richard: 214
Arader, W. Graham: 333
Arbuckle, Fatty: 426
archaeology: exhibit on, 79;
studies on, noted, 89, 389
Archer County: 332
architecture: articles on, not-
ed, 89: Carpenter Gothic,
285; Decorated, 260 n.; Ear-

ly English Gothic, 260,
261, 269; Enghsh Gothic,
256 n., 268; English Perpen-
dicular, 268; French Gothic,
269, 272; Gothic, 268 n.;
"Gothicized" Greek, 262 n.;
Gothic Revival, 253, 260,
262, 264, 265, 269, 277, 284,
285, 295, 298; Greek Revival,
250, 252, 253, 262, 264 n.;
High Victorian Gothic, 288;
Modern English Gothic, 272;
Moorish, 95 n.; Perpendicu-
lar, 260 n., 268 n.; pictur-
esque, 264 n.; Queen Anne,
277; Richardsonian Roman-
esque, 292, 293; Romanesque,
256 n., 284, 288, 292, 293;
Saracenic, 293; Spanish,
447; Venetian Romanesque
Revival, 298; Victorian
Gothic, 272, 284, 288 n.
Texas church: article
about, 235-298; Baptist,
242, 243; Catholic, 243;
Church of Christ, 243;
Episcopal, 243; during Mex-
ican period, 285-236; during
1840s, 242; Hispanic influ-
ence on, 235; Jewish, 293;
Lutheran, 243; Methodist,
242, 243; Moorish elements
of, 295; post-Civil War,
262; Presbyterian, 242, 248;
religious symbolism in, 262,
264; Roman Catholic influ-
ence on, 235; siting of, 286,
238; southern tradition in,
262
archives. See libraries and ar-
chives
Archives War: 886
Arizona: articles on, noted,
214
Arizona Place Names: 887
Arizona Territory: 214
Arkansas: 394
Arkansas State College: 82
Arlington, Texas: Junior His-
torians meet in, 115; work-
shop in, 116
Armijo, Manuel: 209
army, Confederate: research
on, 82; articles on, noted,
92, 210
army, United States: article
on, noted, 91, 92. See also
Corps of Topographical En-
gineers
Army Air Corps: 832
Arnim, Bettina von: 811, 312
Arrowsmith, John: 78
Arroyo Seco Historical Park:
444
art. See folk artists
Artifacts and the American
Past: 207
Art Institute of Chicago: 384
Artist's Notebook: The Life
and Art of Merritt Mauzy,
An: 207
Ascension of Our Lord Church
(Moravia) : 487
Ashton Villa (Galveston): 198
Association of Collegiate
Alumnae: 823

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