Heritage, Volume 8, Number 4, Fall 1990 Page: 28
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MY DEAR MOLLIE:
Love Letters of a Texas Sheep Rancher
Collected by his granddaughter, Agnesa Reeve
^^^ ' "Better than any history book. These
letters reveal not only the heart of
_ 1 ^k the man who wrote them, but
the age in which he lived."
-Jane Roberts Wood, author of
Train to Estelline
Another time, another Texas
- __^ _ come to vivid life in this
'-^^y collection of letters from a
West Texas sheep rancher to
. his sweetheart. My Dear Mollie
traces the uneven progress of a
courtship that must conquer vast
Texas distances and a stem father's
\ disapproval. A moving episode in
7,,~/r \ the history of the human heart.
^,.' \ ISBN 0-937460-621
-~f .f,~ \ hardcover $17.95
'/J ~^ At your local bookstore, or order from:
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Texas residents add $1.48 sales tax.
San Antonio Architect
John and ioyce Kerr
A project of San Antonio architect
Killis P. Almond, Jr. was recently
honored with an award from the
Texas Historical Commission. The John
and Joyce Kerr Award-honoring the
school district or college that has made the
greatest achievement in the preservation
and re-use of a historic building-was
given to Blinn College in Brenham, Texas
for the restoration of its 1906 Old Main
Building. The building now houses
administrative offices and classrooms.
Killis Almond and Associates is a local firm
specializing in architectural rehabilitation
and cultural resources management.
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