The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 47, July 1943 - April, 1944 Page: 56
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M. H. Farrow, 209 North Eighth Street, Waco, Texas, writes
that he is preparing a book on the life of J. Lee Hall and that
any information and data on Lee Hall that can be sent him
will be much appreciated. He adds: "We must have the
Handbook; it will be a great thing for Texas."
Professor C. L. Sonnichsen, of the College of Mines and
Metallurgy, El Paso, Texas, is making a study of Texas feuds
and wishes to obtain information on feuds fought in Texas.
Anyone possessing any information in this connection is re-
quested to write directly to Professor Sonnichsen. Sonnichsen's
recent biography, Roy Bean, was published by the Macmillan
Mr. P. R. Crowley, Rt. 3, Atoka, Oklahoma, requests informa-
tion on the last Indian raid at Palo Pinto and also a short
description of the "Battle of Ironi." In 'regard to the battle,
he states, "This was the last Indian raid in that part of Texas.
This was right on the line of Palo Pinto and Stephens Coun-
Anyone having information on either of these items is re-
quested to communicate with Mr. Crowley directly.
William E. Wrather, president of the Association, 1932-
1939, and present member of the Executive Council, was
recently appointed Director of the United States Geological
Survey. All who know "Bill" Wkather will agree that no finer
Texan, American or scientist could have been found for this
Donald Day of the University Press in Dallas distributed
complimentary copies of The Texas Geographic Magazine at
the annual meeting of the Association. The Association has
a large field of common interest with the Texas Geographic
Society for Texas history cannot absorb too much Texas geog-
raphy. The Geographic Magazine was founded by Dr. Robert
T. Hill, distinguished Texas geologist and geographer. It is
now edited by two well-known Texas scholars, Edwin J. Foscue
and Stuart McGregor. As contributing editors one finds W.
T. Carter, F. B. Plummer, Victor H. Schoffelmayer, T. C. Rich-
ardson, and Ellis W. Shuler-all names well known in Texas.
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