The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 49, July 1945 - April, 1946 Page: 32
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
Ibid., March, 1900: "The Texas Frontier, 1820-1825."
University [of Texas] Record, October, 1899: "The Archives of Bexar."
San Antonio Express, September 23, 1898: "The Archives of Bexar."
Austin Daily Statesman, July 2, 1899, Houston Post, July 9, 1899,
Galveston Daily News, July 16, 1899, and probably other papers: "The
Sources of Texas History." This was his address before the State Teachers
Association at Fort Worth, June 28, 1899.
Charles Francis Adams, Massachusetts: Its Historians and Its History,
in Political Science Quarterly, IX, 755-758, December, 1894.
Moncure D. Conway, The Writings of Thomas Paine, in ibid., XI, 741-
742, December, 1896.
Peter J. Hamilton, Colonial Mobile, in ibid., XIV, 731-734, December,
SOURCES FOR THIS SKETCH
The principal documentary sources for this article are: Some 800 or
900 letters written to L. G. Bugbee from 1883 to 1901, a few of his own
letters to his mother and sister, a diary for part of January, 1887, some
pages of accounts of expenditures during his residence in New York,
extracts from some very personal letters that he wrote during 1899-1902,
and scattered miscellaneous items. To this collection of manuscripts might
be added: (1) some 2000 pages of notes which he took from the Austin
Papers, the Bexar Archives, and Mexican Archives in preparation for his
projected life of Austin. They are of no factual importance now except
as evidence of his great industry and his method of working. (2) The
registration records and grade reports, the faculty minutes, and minutes
of the Board of Regents of the University of Texas. (3) A letter from
the Registrar of Columbia University listing the courses for which Bugbee
was registered there. (4) The Catalogue of the University of Texas,
1887-1893; the University of Texas Magazine, 1887-1893; the University
Record; the Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association, 1897-
1902. I have made no effort to compile references to Bugbee and his work
in the various Texas newspapers.
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