The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 91, July 1987 - April, 1988 Page: 360
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x The Alamo Mission Bell
By J. Evetts Haley
With drawings by E. M. "Buck" Schiwetz
- Designed by William D. Wittliff, 1974.
A brief summary of the events leading up to the Alamo is
followed by a recounting of the famous battle. Also in-
cluded is the story of how a bell, cast in 1722 to hang in
the Alamo, came to be placed in the Nita Stewart Haley Memorial
Hardcover: $15.00 Paperback: $ 5.00
Adventuring with the Old-Timers; Trails Travelled - Tales Told
by Hervey E. Chesley
Introduction by J. Evetts Haley; Edited by B. Byron Price
With sketches by Harold Bugbee; Designed by Carl Hertzog, 1979.
From his position as an attorney in Hamilton, Texas, Hervey
Chesley ventured into the realms of history, accompanying
historian Haley as they searched across the Southwest for those
whose stories would be told. Includes accounts of meetings with J.
Wright Mooar, Ira Aten, Bob Beverly, Jeff Milton, and others.
The Diary of Michael Erskine, Describing His Cattle Drive
from Texas to California Together with Correspondence from
the Gold Fields, 1854-1859
Edited with notes and historical introduction by J. Evetts Haley
Designed by William R. Holman and Printed Letterpress by David
Prefaced by forty pages of well-researched Erskine biography and
a history of the places and events touched upon in his diary, this
is a story of "human nature in action and ... Texas cattle on the
Quarter-bound morocco leather ltd. ed.: $250.00
Crafting a Southwestern Masterpiece: J. Evetts Haley and
Charles Goodnight: Cowman and Plainsman
By B. Byron Price
With sketches by Harold Bugbee, 1987.
The author examines the creative process and the two per-
sonalities involved in the writing of Haley's biography of cowman
Charles Goodnight in this latest Haley Library publication. Con-
tains several photographs.
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THE NITA STEWART HALEY MEMORIAL LIBRARY
1805 W. Indiana
Midland, Texas 79701
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