The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 45, July 1941 - April, 1942 Page: 398
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
The Works Progress Administration has helped the writing
of other guides for Texas cities under local sponsorship.
R. L. EIESELE.
The Uni ersity of Texas.
Several times in its past issues the Quarterly has acknowl-
edged the receipt of The Historian, the semi-annual publication
of Phi Alpha Theta, the national honorary fraternity for stu-
dents specializing in the study of history. This time the
Quarterly announces the receipt of the autumn, 1941, number.
There are eight contributed articles by members in this, the
first number of the fourth volume. The quality of earlier
articles is maintained throughout, and The Hihtorian thus
serves not only a useful purpose but also as a valuable in-
centive to the production of sound studies.
R. L. BIESELE.
The University of Texas.
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