The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 78, July 1974 - April, 1975 Page: 214
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
Fred E. H. Shroeder, Soundings (Summer, I974). Uses Freud, Turner, and
Bret Harte to analyze development of a new culture on the frontier.
"Edwin Mims: An Aspect of the Mind of the New South Considered,"
by Michael O'Brien, The South Atlantic Quarterly (Spring, Summer,
1974). Studies Mims's image of the South and offers conclusions about the
"Dr. Alderman's Symposium on the South," by Robert Bush, Mississippi
Quarterly (Winter, I973-i974). Quotes from letters by intellectuals com..
menting on southern contributions to national life and character.
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"Guerrero: Gateway to Spanish Texas," by Tom Moriarity, Texas Ar-
chitect (July-August, 1973). Reports on architectural survey of Guerrero
(San Juan Bautista).
"It Almost Became Shreveport, Texas," by Thomas F. R.uffin, North
Louisiana Historical Association (Winter, 1974). Recalls annexation move-
ment during Reconstruction.
"The First Administration of Mayor Lewis Cutrer of Houston, 1958-
1960," by Leah Brooke Tucker, East Texas Historical Journal (Spring,
1974). Surveys problems confronted during this term.
"Our Architectural Ancestors," by Paul Goeldner, Texas Architect
(July-August, 1974). Discusses architects of various courthouses.
"Prodigy on the Plains: The Founding of Clovis, New Mexico, i90o6--
90go8," by Tom Pendergrass, Rio Grande History (Summer, i974). Details
"The Sour Grapes of Ward County," by Barney Hubbs, The Permian
Historical Annual (December, 1973). Reviews development of water re-
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