The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 48, July 1944 - April, 1945 Page: 318
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Gene Hollon, "Captain Charles Schreiner, The Father of the
Hill Country," resides at Kerrville, Texas, where he is head
of the social science department at Schreiner Institute. In the
Navy V-5 program there he served as one of the ground school
instructors. Gene taught school in various parts of the State for
seven years before completing his work for the Ph.D. at The
University of Texas in 1942. He then went to Schreiner. Al-
though he has been a member of the Texas State Historical
Association for several years and also has served as a Junior
Historian sponsor, this is his first contribution by way of
Arthur Link, "The Wilson Movement in Texas, 1910-1912,"
is at present a Julius Rosenwald research fellow at Columbia
University and may be addressed at 522 International House,
500 Riverside Drive, New York, New York. Mr. Link taught
history at North Carolina State College, Raleigh, in 1943 and
1944. During the past summer he taught in the department of
history of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where
he has completed the requirements for the Ph.D. degree in
Colonel M. L. Crimmins, "Elliott Roosevelt's Visit to Texas,
1876-1877," resides at 312 Geneseo Road, San Antonio. Col.
Crimmins was an original member of Theodore Roosevelt's
"Rough Riders." He has had extensive military service, three
tours of duty in the Philippines, one in Alaska, and one in Mex-
ico with General Pershing. He has crossed the Pacific seven
times and the Atlantic five, and has traveled widely in Europe
and Asia. Col. Crimmins is a historian of long standing. He
has published extensively in the Frontier Times, the Army
and Navy Courier, and the West Texas Historical Association
Year Book. He has also written for Bulletin of the New York
Public Library, The Spur, Colorado Magazine, Bulletin of the
West Texas Historical and Scientific Society, Texas State
Journal of Medicine, The Military Engineer, New Mexico His-
torical Review, Bulletin of the Texas Archaeological and Paleon-
tological Society, Journal of American Medical Association,
Copeia, Bulletin of the Antivenin Institute, and the Military
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