The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 48, July 1944 - April, 1945 Page: 319
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Surgeon. This is his sixth contribution to the Quarterly. Col.
Crimmins was recently honored with a program by the San
Antonio Historical Association.
V. E. Gibbens, "Lawrie's Trip to Northeast Texas, 1854-1855,"
is now on leave of absence from the Department of English in
Purdue University and is serving the Research Laboratories of
the Owens-Corning Fiberglas Corporation, Newark, Ohio, in
an editorial capacity. Gibbens has a recently acquired interest
in Texana growing out of a collection of diaries and data on
the Lawrie family. He has previously published articles in
Kansas Historical Quarterly, Pennsylvania Magazine of History
and Biography, Indiana Magazine of History, and other
John A. Lomax, "A Trip to Texas," is a distinguished authority
on Cowboy Ballads, Negro Folk Songs, author and lecturer.
He was formerly Registrar of The University of Texas, As-
sociate Professor of English in A. and M. College of Texas,
Secretary of The University of Texas Ex-Students' Association
and editor of its University Record, co-founder of the Texas
Folklore Society, member of many learned societies, and suc-
cessful business man. His home is 7456 San Benito Way, The
House in the Woods, Dallas, Texas.
Frank E. Vandiver, "Charles A. Kingland: Texan Immortal,"
of Austin, is an energetic young student of the Confederacy.
Julia Kathryn Garrett, "Dr. John Sibley and the Louisiana-
Texas Frontier, 1803-1814," is head of the social science depart-
ment of Paschal High School, Fort Worth, Texas.
C. L. Greenwood, "Opening Routes to El Paso, 1849," may be
addressed, Box 1005, Austin, Texas. Mr. Greenwood is an avid
collector of Texana, and an authority on Texas Indians.
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