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A PUBLICATION OF THE TEXAS HISTORICAL FOUNDATION
VOLUME 7 NUMBEIR 3
FEATURES COVER BOOK REVIEWS
Ancient Art or Corsets & Camisoles: Collecting the West: The C.R. Smith
IAtomi Garbagerr W l oti . . Collection of Western American Art
Atomic Garbage Women's Clothing in by Richard H. Saunders 22
by Alex Apostolides 14 the Victorian Era Reviewed by Jeb Nichols
The Low Level Radioactive Waste by Pamela Ashworth Puryear 8
Disposal Authority has plans to install a The invention of the corset allowed The Hopi Photographs
low-level dump for atomic waste in the several generations of women to have by Mamie Gaede, Barton Wright
middle of the Alamo Canyon area, hourglass figures whether they wanted and Marc Gaede 22
threatening one of the richest concen- to or not. Victorian women were "strait- Reviewed by Susan K. Moore
trations of rock art in the Southwest. laced" both literally and figuratively.
Perennial Garden Color
for Texas and the South
Los Dos Laredos by Dr. William C. Welch 23
~~~~~~~~~~by John Peterson 18 iReviewed by Elizabeth J. Vair
In a city having the lowest per capita L
income in the nation, the struggle for We're LC izechs
the preservation of old Laredo's rich by R. L. Skrabanek 24
historical fabric is often impaled on the Reviewed by Peter Nichols
dilemma between the needs of the poor
and the designs of the developers.
I Historic Tour VANDALISM
Focuses on Gruene DESTROYS PAST 25
by Mary Jane Nalley 26 What can we do about the desecration
exlpresed bycontribtinghwr o nort banetesl COVER PHOTO of burials and the loss of irreplaceable
Located on the north bank of the "A season that favors large sleeves invariably information about the past?
Guadalupe River near New Braunfels, sanctions the cape form of outer garment..."
Gruene is a fine example of a Texas The Delineator, 1904, a women's fashion LET US GIVE THANKS 25
ghost town that was restored rather magazine popular during the late Victorian El Paso celebrates the "First Thanksthan
demolished . period and early 1900s. This particular page
Edithan dlemolzsaethdV Associate. Editor, Jowas discovered by the editors at Barbara Meyers giving
Books in Austin while researching material for
the cover story. Historical Museum Listings 28
HERITAGE magazine is published quarterly by the Texas Historical Founda- for publication. Articles pertaining to Texas heritage, culture, and preservation
tion, 603 W. 13th St., Suite #l1-A- 170, Austin, Texas 78701. 1989. Opinions activities given highest priority. Manuscripts should be typed, double-spaced,
expressed by contributing writers do not necessarily reflect those of the Texas and photos or artwork accurately labeled. Submissions become the property of
Historical Foundation. The Texas Historical Foundation is a private, nonprofit Texas Historical Foundation unless accompanied by a self-addressed envelope
organization supported by membership dues, contributions, and grants. Unsol- for return of documents or literature, and photographs or drawings from archival
icited articles not exceeding 2,000 words will be accepted by a review committee storage. Printing by Whitley Co., Austin. Typesetting by Typescript, Austin.
EDITORIAL STAFF: Editor-in-Chief, J. P. Bryan; Assistants to CONTRIBUTORS: J. P. Bryan, Pamela Ashworth Puryear, Alex
Editor-in-Chief, Mary S. Stewart and Pamela Van Stavern; Managing Apostolides, John Peterson, Jeb Nichols, Susan K. Moore, Elizabeth J.
Editor, Elizabeth Vair; Associate Editor, Joan Rabins; Assistant Vair, Peter Nichols, Mary Jane Nalley, Michael Vasquez, Ken Wolfe,
Editor, Carolyn E. Fasel; Book Review Editor, John Peterson; Devel- Nuevo Santander Museum and theTexas Historical Commission.
opment Officer, M. Peter Soria, Production Assistant, Joni Mundey.
HERITAGE * SUMMER 1989 3
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