The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 89, July 1985 - April, 1986 Page: 218
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
LIBRARIES, ARCHIVES, AND RESEARCH
"The Lyndon Baines Johnson Library: A Museum-Library-Monu-
ment," by Douglas G. Campbell, Journal of the West (Jan., 1984). Argues
that, while the institution succeeds as a museum and as a library, the
structure fails to provide a fitting memorial presence.
"Germans Assessing America: Some New Acquisitions," by Jeffrey L.
Sammons, Yale University Library Gazette (Oct., 1983). Among the books
discussed is Johann Heinrich Siegfried Schultz's Die deutsche Ansiedlung
in Texas [German Settlement in Texas] (Bonn, 1845).
"Early Library Development at Southwestern University," by John
Bigley, Texas Libraries (Fall, 1984). Traces the history of this academic
library from its beginnings to the turn of the century.
"Edwin Sue Goree: A Name Synonymous with Libraries in Texas," by
Peggy Porter, Texas Libraries (Fall, 1984). Goree was library organizer at
the Texas State Library in the 193os and worked to encourage the de-
velopment of county and local libraries.
"Quantitative History in the American Southwest: A Survey and Cri-
tique," by Richard Griswold del Castillo, Western Historical Quarterly
(Oct., 1984). The author believes that success in this field will de-
pend on historians' abilities to avoid "parochialism and inadequate
"Archival Sources in Mexico for the Study of Chicano History," by
Lawrence A. Cardoso, New Scholar 7. This article documents some of
the holdings of the Historical Archive of the Secretary of Foreign Rela-
tions in Mexico City.
"Mexican American Exterior Murals," by Danieal D. Arreola, Geo-
graphical Review (Oct., 1984). Including field surveys in El Paso and
other sites, this article concludes that barrio mural art not only con-
tinues a tradition of social and political expression, but also emphasizes
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