The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 88, July 1984 - April, 1985 Page: 208
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from England sometime prior to 1834 and in late 1835 came to Texas,
where he participated in the battle of San Jacinto.
"Jesse Murillo: Social Artist for the Houston-Galveston Region,"
by Thomas H. Kreneck, Houston Review (Summer, 1983). A bio-
graphical sketch of the early twentieth-century Mexican-American art-
ist, centering on, and with illustrations of, two of his most important
paintings, Our Hercules and Depression.
"Alfred C. Finn, Houston Architect," by Michael E. Wilson, Hous-
ton Review (Summer, 1983). Highlights career of a man who for three
and a half decades was considered Houston's principal architect.
"Ima Hogg, the Governor's Daughter," by Virginia Bernhard, East
Texas Historical Journal (Spring, 1984). Explores Miss Ima's relation-
ship with her father and explains, "according to Ima," how she got her
name and her grandfather's reaction to it.
"Notorious Ned: E. H. R. Green Is One of the Most Colorful
Figures in Texas History," Southwest (May, 1984). A profile of
"Colonel" Ned Green, son of Hetty Green, the "Witch of Wall Street,"
and a Texas railroad executive at the turn of the century.
"Arthur Schopenhauer and Elisabet Ney," by Sandra Salser Long,
Southwest Review (Spring, 1984). Discusses the unusual relationship
between the eccentric misogynist philosopher and the young feminist
sculptor who eventually settled in Austin.
"William A. Owens: A Writer of the Texas Frontier," by James
Veninga, Texas Humanist (Nov./Dec., 1983). A brief discussion of
the man and his work precedes a lengthy interview.
"Texas Literature: The Twists and Turns of an Enigmatic Tradi-
tion," by Clifford Endress, Texas Humanist (July/Aug., 1983). Sum-
marizes the three-day discussion held in March, 1983, at the Lyndon B.
"Calliope and Clio: Paul Horgan's River Muses," by Robert Gish,
Southwest Review (Winter, 1984). Evaluates criticisms of Paul Hor-
gan's Great River: The Rio Grande in North American History.
"Westward to Stasis with Louis L'Amour," by Tom Sullivan, South-
west Review (Winter, 1984). Discusses the historical message conveyed
by Louis L'Amour's westerns.
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