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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
"New Federalism and the Texas Urban Poor," by Robert Bradley,
Paula England, and Richard Hula, Texas Business Review (Mar.-Apr.,
1980). Discusses the anti-poverty programs of San Antonio, Dallas, and
Houston during the 1970s.
"Oklahoma Historical Society Sites Holdings," by C. Earle Metcalf,
Chronicles of Oklahoma (Winter, 1979-1980). Reviews the society's
"History of Saint Anthony's Cathedral and Parish, 1881-1979," by
Edyth Capreol, Texas Gulf Historical and Biographical Record (Nov.,
1979). Traces the history of Beaumont's Saint Anthony's Parish.
"A History of the First Baptist Church, 602 Green Avenue," by Jo-
anne Taylor Pledge, Las Sabinas (Fall, 1979). Traces history of Orange
"Sante Fe," by Bertram Gabriel, American Preservation (Mar.-Apr.,
1980). Surveys Santa Fe's attempts to preserve its architectural heritage.
"Terlingua, Texas, U.S.A.," by Sharon Sheppard, Desert (June,
1980). Briefly describes the West Texas town of Terlingua.
"A Visit with Fort Worth Past," by Melanie Brown, Fort Worth
(Feb., 1980). Tells the histories of Oakwood and Pioneer Rest ceme-
"The Good Life," by Richard West, Texas Monthly (May, 1980).
Colorful, brief descriptions of the small Texas communities of Shiner,
Fredericksburg, Alpine, Canadian, and Navasota.
"San Angelo's Big Fire," by Vetal Flores, Stalkin' Kin (Feb., 1980).
Abstract of newspaper account of the San Angelo fire, March, 1904.
"El Paso Museums: Reflections of Our Unique Bicultural Heritage,"
El Paso Today (May, 1980). Special issue includes several articles on El
"Community Library Alive and Well in Olney, Texas," by James A.
Kitchens and Joni Bodart, Texas Libraries (Winter, 1979). Describes
the Olney library.
"New Central Library Building Now Open in Austin," by Bill
Clark, Texas Libraries (Winter, 1979). Traces the history of and de-
velopments in the Austin public library.
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