The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 96, July 1992 - April, 1993 Page: 540
War Scare on the Rio Grande: Robert Runyon's
Photographs of the Border Conflict, 1913-1916,
by Frank N. Samponaro and PaulJ. Vanderwood.
Robert Runyon was a professional photographer m Brownsville,
Texas, who covered the "Mexican bandit" raids in the Brownsville
area in 1915 and the massive buildup of American forces along the
border the following year is of great historical importance
Number one in the Barker Texas Hstory Center Senes
ISBN 0-87611-099-5 (cloth), -ioo-2 (limited). 12 x 9 in, 16o pp,
88 duotone photos, 20 halftone photos, index. Cloth, $29.95
Member's price, $25.46. Limited edition, boxed, $125.00
Member's price, $o106.25.
Report on the United States and Mexican Boundary
Survey, by Maj. William H. Emory.
With a new introduction by William H. Goetzmann.
William H Emory headed the U.S. portion of the binational
Boundary Survey that established the border between the United
States and Mexico after the Mexican War. His three-volume Report
is one of the most important historical and scientific books of the
Number seven in the Moore Texas Hstory Repnnt Senes.
ISBN o-87611-o85-3 8%x 1 mn., xxx+1,o2 pp, tables, 37 color
plates, more than 350 illustrations, 4 fold-out maps. Edition limit-
ed to 750 copies. 3 vols., slipcased, $175 00
Member's price, $148.75.
The News from Brownsville: Helen Chapman's Letters
from the Texas Military Frontier, 1848-1852,
edited by Caleb Coker.
Helen Chapman and her husband Wilhliam, the first quartermaster
at Fort Brown, were two influential founding citizens of
Brownsville, Texas. In her letters she wrote of the relationships
between Texans and Mexicans in the new state of Texas and com-
mented on social conditions along the Rio Grande
Number two in the Barker Texas Hlzstory Center Series.
ISBN o-87611-115-o. 6 x 9 in , 452 pp , 12 illustrations, maps,
appendix, index Cloth, $34.95 Member's price, $29.71.
Limited edition, $85.00. Member's price, $72.25.
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Texas State Historical Association. The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 96, July 1992 - April, 1993, periodical, 1993; Austin, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth101215/m1/610/: accessed July 27, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Texas State Historical Association.