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A PUBLICATION OF THE TEXAS HISTORICAL FOUNDATION
VOLUME 8 NUMBER 1
FEATURES COVER BOOK REVIEWS
Story of Mineral Springs
Flows through Texas History
The story of mineral springs in Texas
runs parallel to significant periods in the
development of the state.
Education for Preservation in
the University Setting
Students develop an appreciation of
construction technology through a
hands-on experience, as well as acquire
the skill to measure and draw an existing
Revising a Masterpiece
A revision of a venerable, invaluable
reference of Texas history is on the
Focuses on Castroville
A curve in the meandering Medina
River reveals "The Little Alsace of
A Personal Invitation
to a Partnership in Historic
by Patricia Haas
You are offered a chance to be a
participant in preservation.
ON THE COVER
One of many early Texas log houses collected
by the late Jeanne Blocker. The Skalitsky Log
Kitchen is located in New Ulm. Cover
photograph by Glenn M. Wolfe.
The Edge of Time
8 The View from Chapultepec
A Prehistoric Revolution
Views from the Apache
Two Glass Buttons
Heartland New Mexico
Three Roads to Chihuahua
Selected One-Act Plays
of Horton Foote
THF Director Honored:
John Ben Shepperd
Coming in the July 1990
Edition of Heritage
Elizabeth Vair Leaves Heritage
THF Board of Directors
Holds Fall Meeting
Visiting Specialist Program
Explore Spain and Portugal
Historical Museum Listings
State Parks & Historical Sites
HERITAGE magazine is published quarterly by the Texas Historical Founda- Articles pertaining to Texas heritage, culture, and preservation activities are
tion, P. 0. Box 530056, Austin, Texas 78753. 1990. Opinions expressed by given priority. Manuscripts should be typed, double-spaced, and photos or artwork
contributing writers do not necessarily reflect those of the Texas Historical Foun- accurately labeled. Submissions become the property of Texas Historical Foundadation.
The Texas Historical Foundation is a private, nonprofit organization sup- tion unless accompanied by a self-addressed envelope for return of documents or
ported by membership dues, contributions, and grants. Unsolicited articles not literature, and photographs or drawings from archival storage. Printing by
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EDITORIAL STAFF: Editor-in-Chief, Joan Rabins; Managing Edi- Peterson, Alex Apostolides, Ruth Moore, Peter W. Nichols, Cornelia
tor, Carolyn Fasel; Associate Editor and Art Director, Patricia Haas; English Crook, Texas Archives and Records, Marlin Chamber of ComBook
Review Editor, John Peterson. merce, Texas A&M University students, Texas State Historical AssociaCONTRIBUTORS:
Joan Rabins, Grady Turner, Glenn M. Wolfe, tion, Harry H. Ransom Humanities Research Center-The University of
Patricia Haas, Phil Parisi, David Woodcock, Ed Aiken, Ron Tyler, John Texas at Austin.
HERITAGE * WINTER 1990 3
by Phil Parisi
by David G. Woodcock
by Ron Tyler
by Cornelia English Crook
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