Books: Texas Crop

Hard-bitten Texans describe their State as the place where you can look farther and see less, where there are more cows and less milk, than anywhere else on earth. Readers looking over the current bumper crop of books about Texas, put out to synchronize with the Texas Centennial, might have added that it is the State about which you can read more and learn less than any other in the Union.*

Mrs. Sallie Reynolds Matthews' Interwoven bears the authentic stamp of pioneer documents, is the quaint and kindly chronicle of a lady who was born near the...

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