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Notes and Documents
The History of Texas Business:
A Selected Bibliography
LARRY S. MILNER*
THE FOLLOWING IS THE SECOND HALF OF THE SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY
of works on Texas business. The first half was published in the Octo-
ber 1995 issue of the Southwestern Historical Quarterly, with an introduc-
tion explaining the methodology used in compiling the bibliography. As
mentioned in that introduction, the bibliography, organized topically,
includes a total of 855 citations.
TEXAS INDUSTRIES AND INSTITUTIONS (CONT.)
Very little has been written about the history of professional men and women in
Texas, even though they have played a major role in the state's development.
Perhaps not considered an industry per se, these small business people have
made a major impact. The few titles below are about the medical, legal, and ar-
chitectural professions. Engineers, accountants, and other Texas professions
have been overlooked.
Dethloff, Henry C., and Donald H. Dyal. A Special Kind of Doctor: A History of Vet-
erinary Medicine in Texas. College Station: Texas A&M University Press, 1991.
Englebrecht, Lloyd C., and June-Marie F. Englebrecht. Henry C. Trost: Architect of
the Southwest. El Paso: El Paso Library Association, 1981.
Freeman,John H. The People of Baker Botts. Houston: Baker Botts, 1992.
* Larry S. Milner is a longtime association and chamber of commerce executive presently
working as an international consultant with recent assignments in Egypt and Russia. He is a for-
mer president and CEO of the Texas Chamber of Commerce. He has also been chamber of com-
merce president in Amarillo, a corporate vice president for a Fortune 500 company, and a
congressional candidate. He received a B.A. In government from the University of Texas in 1967
and an M.A. in history from Southwest Texas State University in 1995.
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