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Vol 14 No. 04 - January 1937
How Van Horn, Texas, Got Its Name
By Colonel M. L. Crimmins, U. S. A., Retired
BRIGADIER GENERAL Robert Osborn ...
Vol 14 No. 05 - February 1937
"T. U." The Grand Young Man Of Texas
By Dr. Robert T. Hill
Account of the life and career of ...
Vol 14 No. 06 - March 1937
William Adams Came To Texas In 1852
By Ruth Dodson
Account of the early years of the social and industrial history ...
Vol 14 No. 07 - April 1937
Battle Of Coleto And The Goliad Massacre
From John C. Duval's "Early Times in Texas."
Mr. Duval, who survived ...
Vol 14 No. 08 - May 1937
David N. Wharton, Kerr County Pioneer
David N. Wharton, long-time Kerr county resident came from McNary county, Tennessee to Texas ...
Vol 14 No. 09 - June 1937
Cherish Memories Of Days Gone By
By J. Marvin hunter
Account of frontier settlers Mr. and Mrs. Bartley Burris Milam. ...
Vol 14 No. 10 - July 1937
The Jackass Mail Preceded The Pony Express
By Newell Jones
Account of what was known as The Jackass Mail, the ...
Vol 14 No. 11 - August 1937
James V. Latham: A Texas Ranger
By Clarinda L. Latham, Alamogordo, New Mexico
James V. Latham was born at Vienna, ...
Vol 14 No. 12 - September 1937
San Patricio Dedicates A Memorial
Corpus Christi Caller.
July 26 was a proud occasion and a red letter day for history-minded ...
Vol 15 No. 01 - October 1937
Mr. And Mrs. John Riggs Killed By Indians
By J. Marvin Hunter
Account of an Indian raid in Bell county ...
Vol 15 No. 02 - November 1937
Jack Hays, The Intrepid Texas Ranger
Among the many noted Indian fighters in the early days of the Texas Republic ...
Vol 15 No. 03 - December 1937
"Three-Legged Willie" Williamson
By J. Marvin Hunter.
Among the early lawyers in Texas R. M. (Three-Legged Willie) Williamson was without ...