Heritage, Volume 7, Number 4, Fall 1989 Page: 6
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VOL. 7 - NO. 1-4 1989
Ancient Art or Atomic Garbage?
by Alex Apostolides, Summer '89
Devils River: Rock Art Preservation
by David G. Robinson, Fall '89
Victorian Architecture in Galveston
by David G. Woodcock, Spring '89
Schoolhouse Architecture: The Shape of Texas
by Dan K. Utley, Fall '89
Diary of a Texas Builder: Gus Birkner's Story
by Joan Rabins, Winter '89
Dyrenforth the Rainmaker
by Alex Apostolides, Winter '89
The Subject Was Roses
by Dr. William C. Welch, Spring '89
Driving Tour Focuses on Jefferson
by Sharon Stewart, Winter '89
Historic Tour Focuses on Round Top
Adapted by Louise Anzalone, Spring '89
Historic Tour Focuses on Gruene
by Mary Jane Nalley, Summer '89
Historic Tour Focuses on Richmond
by M. Peter Soria, Fall '89
Texas State Railroad
by Charlie Maple, Spring '89
The Texana Auction
by Jackie Stocker, Winter '89
Corsets & Camisoles: Women's Clothing in the
by Pamela Ashworth Puryear, Spring '89
TEXAS HISTORICAL FOUNDATION
by Carolyn Fasel, Winter '89
Those With Vision: Foundation Awards-1989
by Patricia Haas, Fall '89
The Indianola-Cuero Connection
by David Moore, Spring '89
Los Dos Laredos
by John Peterson, Summer '89
Sam Houston Memorial Museum
by Sam Angulo & David Wight, Fall '89
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