The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 92, July 1988 - April, 1989 Page: 436
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THE F HOLMAN HOTEL
J. Conrad Dunagan's thoroughly researched history of The Holman Hotel in
far West Texas is much more than the story of a building. It is the story of
the adventurous, pioneering Holman family which settled in the tiny railroad
town of Monahans, Texas, built a hotel there, and produced a son, Eugene
Holman, who became head of the world's largest oil company-Standard Oil
of New Jersey. Designed by William R. Holman, and printed at Wind River
Press by David Holman, this handsome sixty-three page volume illustrated
with fourteen historic photographs, provides an interesting look at life in
turn-of-the-century West Texas.
$9.95 (Texas residents add 7% tax) plus $1.25 shipping
MILLION BARREL MUSEUM
400 East Fourth Street * Monahans, Texas 79756
INDIAN WARS AND PIONEERS OF TEXAS
By John Henry Brown
This is Brown's most important work and one of the best works on Texas Indian
fighters and early pionreers.-Jenkins Basic Texas Book #23.
Brown came to Texas in the days of the Republic and
was an eye-witness to many of the events that he
describes. He devotes the first 128 pages to a history
of the Indian wars with the remainder of the book
being biographies of over 500 Texas pioneers. This
scarce book was first published in 1896 and contains
177 full-page plates and a newly added index of
N .' nearly 10,000 entries.
, 762p., 8/2 x 11", index, cloth ... $125.00
. < Limited edition of 750 copies
, PO.Bx. State House Press
P.O. Box 15247 * Austin, Texas 78761
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