The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 92, July 1988 - April, 1989 Page: 144
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
Friedrich Schenck by Charles Backofen, 1846. Pencil drawing, location of orig-
inal unknown. On the reverse, Schenck's wife, maternal grandmother of
translator H. T. E. Hertzberg, made the following notation in German: "Fritz
Schenck born 30 March 1820. Sketched in May 1846 in Darmstadt by Back-
ofen. Died on 12 January 1875 in Austin, Texas, America." Courtesy H. T. E.
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