The Texas Historian, Volume 44, Number 2, November 1983 Page: Front Inside
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PUBLICATION OF THE JUNIOR HISTORIANS OF TEXAS
Volume XLIX NO VEMBER 1983 Number 2
Benjamin H. Epperson and his House of Seasons 1
A Museum Within a Museum 7
Indianola: Dust in the Wind 11
KVLF: Voice of the Last Frontier 15
Marshall: A Gift from Peter Whetstone 19
Chapter Showcase 23
DAVID C. DE BOE
The Texas Cowboy 26
TEXAS STATE HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION
L. Tuffly Ellis, Director David C. De Boe,
David C. De Boe and Leslie Blair, Editors Director of Educational Services
The Texas Historian is published by the Texas State Historical Association in cooperation with
the Center for Studies in Texas History, University of Texas at Austin. Issued five times during
the school year in September, November, January, March, and May. Nonstudent subscription
$5.00 per year; student subscription $4.00; club subscription (five or more chapter members)
$3.75 each. Correspondence concerning subscriptions should be addressed to Texas Historian,
Richardson Hall, 2/306, University Station, Austin, Texas 78712. Second-class postage paid at
Austin, Texas. Pub. No. 287660. The Texas State Historical Association, 1983.
US ISSN 022-6602
Front Cover: Once the home of Colonel Benjamin H. Epperson, the House of Seasons is an
excellent example of the transition between the Greek Revival and the Victorian styles of architecture.
Photograph courtesy of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Collins.
Back Cover: Zach Allen, a Junior Historian from J. L. Williams Junior High, Copperas Cove,
won first place in the nation for his individual historical performance entitled "Briggs: The
Barbershop Remains. "
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