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SAM A. SUHLER, "Stephen F. Austin and the City of Austin:
An Anomaly," a Social Science Research Associate at the Univer-
sity of Texas, is preparing a dissertation in history on the capital
city of Texas.
BILLY M. JONES, "Health Seekers in Early Anglo-American
Texas," is head of the social sciences department and dean of stu-
dents at Angelo State College in San Angelo.
ROBERT L. AND PAULINE H. JONES, "Edward H. Tarrant," are
presently retired. He formerly was chairman of the history depart-
ment at East Texas State College in Commerce.
JACK D. L. HOLMES, "The Marques de Casa-Calvo, Nicolais
deFiniels, and the 1805 Spanish Expedition Through East Texas
and Louisiana," is associate professor of history at the Birming-
ham campus of the University of Alabama.
ROBERT D. BOYLE, "Chaos in the East Texas Oil Field, 1930-
1935," is a member of the faculty at Arlington State College.
FRANCES JANE LEATHERS, "Christopher Columbus Goodman:
Soldier, Indian Fighter, Farmer, 1818-1861," a contributor to the
Handbook of Texas and author of Through the Years, an his-
torical sketch of Leon County and the town of Oakwood, is pres-
ently a resident of Arlington, Virginia.
LLERENA B. FRIEND, "Sidelights and Supplements on the Perote
Prisoners," is librarian of the Eugene C. Barker Texas History
Center and a lecturer in history at the University of Texas.
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