The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 95, July 1991 - April, 1992 Page: 351
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Goldfield, Black, White, and Southern: Race Relatzons and
Southern Culture, 1940 to the Present, by Kenneth J.
Larsen, The Urban South: A Hzstory; and Mohl et al., Essays on
Sunbelt Citzes and Recent Urban America, by David R.
Olien and Olien, Easy Money: Ozl Promoters and Investors an the
Jazz Age, by J. Leonard Bates 430
Greenberg, Staking a Claim: Jake Simmons, Jr., and the Making
of An African-American Ozl Dynasty, by Danney Goble 431
Bissinger, Friday Nzght Lzghts: A Town, a Team, and a Dream,
by Randy Roberts 432
Tucker and Carter, The Blue Man, by Thomas W. Southall 433
Fox, Houston Architectural Guzde, by David G. McComb 434
Michener, The Eagle and the Raven, by Max S. Lale 434
Smith, From the Land of Shadows: The Making of Grey Owl,
by Joseph C. Porter 435
Woolley, The Edge of the West and Other Texas Stories, by Don
Lich, Fred Gipson at Work, by Mike Cox 437
Clayton, Benjamin Capps and the South Plains: A Literary
Relatzonshzp, by Michael Adams 438
Silverthorne, Christmas in Texas, by Francis Edward
Abernethy (ed.), Texas Toys and Games, by Patricia S. Kruppa 440
Wilson, The Czty Beautiful Movement, by Dana F. White 441
McDaniel and Dethloff, Pattzllo Hzggtns and the Search for
Texas Oil, by James V. Reese 442
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