The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 93, July 1989 - April, 1990 Page: 322
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BLACK HISTORY/ BLACK VISION
The Visionary Image in Texas
By Lynne Adele
The first known work on black self-taught artists, this study
was prepared as the catalog for an exhibition organized by the
Archer M. Huntington Art Gallery at the University of Texas
at Austin. Included is the work of six black Texas visionary
artists whose work represents the diversity of the visionary
experience and the strong influence of African American tradi-
tions in Texas.
$14.95 paper ISBN 0-935213-15-5
41-minute videocassette available, $19.95 ISBN 0-935213-16-3
Distributed for the Archer M. Huntington Art Gallery
THE BEXAR ARCHIVES, 1717-1836
A Name Guide
Compiled and edited by Adin Benavides, Jr.
The sine qua non of manuscript sources for colonial Texas, the
B&xar Archives is maintained at the University of Texas at
Austin. Within its 80,795 documents, consisting of some
250,000 manuscript pages, 4,000 printed pages, and 172 reels
of microfilm, are abundant references to military and legal
activities, frontier life, community development, Spanish and
Mexican administration, and migration from northern Mexico,
Anglo-America, and Europe. This complete name guide will
allow researchers, historians, and genealogists to readily locate
particular information about thousands of individuals who
wandered across Texas during its formative years.
$60.00 cloth ISBN 0-292-70772-X
New in paper
THE EASTERN ESTABLISHMENT
AND THE WESTERN EXPERIENCE
The West of Frederic Remington,
Theodore Roosevelt, and Owen Wister
By G. Edward White
With a new preface by the author
A classic examination of how three upper-class Easterners-
Frederic Remington, Theodore Roosevelt, and Owen
Wister-popularized the image of the West as the last bastion
of masculinity, individualism, and self-reliance.
$9.95 paper ISBN 0-292-72065-3
University of Texas Press
BOX 7819 AUSTIN, TEXAS 78713
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