The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 103, July 1999 - April, 2000 Page: 114
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
cation documenting the early musical history of Victoria and the
Hauschild family's Opera House. Replete with musical scores, newspa-
per clippings and numerous photographs spanning the nineteenth cen-
tury and throughout the twentieth, this book will interest genealogists,
music historians, and aficionados of Texas music heritage. A Musical
Chronicle from the Historical Scrapbooks is available from the author in
either paper or hardback editions. For more information, write to 210
E. Forrest Street, Victoria 77901, or telephone 361/575-5210.
Earl James Lasworth compiled an interesting body of material that will
surely contribute to the intricate knowledge of ethnicities in Texas.
"Polonian Settlements in Texas: An Illustrated Chronology," presents
information from a disparate set of sources and offers readers a history
of Polish immigrants to Texas, from the early nineteenth century until
the end of the First World War. For further information on this attrac-
tively illustrated, 115-page edition, contact the author at 704 Navajo
Trail, Marshall 75672-4566.
Texas Art and a Wildcatter's Dream: Edgar B. Davis and the San Antonio Art
League by William E. Reeves Jr. and originally published in 1998 is now
out in paperback from Texas A&M University Press. The cloth edition of
the book was reviewed in the October 1998 issue of the Quarterly.
Reviewer Cecilia Steinfeldt said "William Reaves has made a significant
contribution to the history of art in Texas."
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