The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 49, July 1945 - April, 1946 Page: 173
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Texas Collection 173
Rich with the spirit and flavor of Texas is Boyce House's
pamphlet, What Makes A Texan Tick. This was first presented
on House's radio program, and requests for it were so great
that it has been printed in pamphlet form by H. J. Justin &
Sons of Fort Worth, makers of the famous Justin cowboy boots.
Mrs. E. F. Metze, sister of Lester Gladstone Bugbee, whose
biography appears in this issue, died at her home, in Cleburne,
Texas, November 1, 1944. In Bugbee's papers, recently ac-
quired by the University of Texas, there is an extremely inter-
esting collection of more than 150 letters written by her to
her brother between 1883 and 1901, describing in simple, vivid
language life on her father's farm and in the neighboring com-
munity of Pleasant Point, in Johnson County. Her letters and
recollections made an important contribution to the sketch of
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