The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 96, July 1992 - April, 1993 Page: 221
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Sternberg, The Life of a Fossil Hunter; and Olson, The Other
Side of the Medal: A Paleobiologist Reflects on the Art and
Serendzpity of Science, by Ernest L. Lundelius, Jr. 310
Fowler, Crazy Water: The Story of Mineral Wells and Other Texas
Health Resorts, by Scott Harris 311
Sizemore, The LH7 Ranch in Houston's Shadow: The
E. H. Marks' Legacy, from Longhorns to the Salt Grass Trail;
and O'Connor, Cryin' for Daylight: A Ranching Culture zn the
Texas Coastal Bend, by Lois E. Meyers 312
Johnson, Houston: The Unknown City, 1836-1946,
by David G. McComb 313
Knight, Fort Worth: Outpost on the Trinity, by Roger N. Conger 314
Selcer, Hell's Half Acre: The Life and Legend of a Red-Light
District, by David C. Humphrey 316
Schackel, Social Housekeepers: Women Shapzng Public Polzcy in
New Mexzco, 1920-1940, by Judith N. McArthur 317
Roberts, Death Comes for the Chief Justice: The Slough-Rynerson
Quarrel and Political Vzolence in New Mexico, by Robert C.
Shirley, Gunfight at Ingalls: Death of an Outlaw Town,
by Bill O'Neal 319
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