The Texas Monthly June 1930

Item

Title

The Texas Monthly June 1930

Description

Article describes the development of the OST in the care of Harral Ayres, and the award bestowed on him by the Spanish government,

Contributor

Molyneaux, Peter (Editor)

Spatial Coverage

Texas
Old Spanish Trail
Spain
St. Augustine (Florida)
San Diego (California)
Mobile (Alabama)
New Orleans (Louisiana)
Dallas (Texas)
Houston (Texas)
San Antonio (Texas)
Borderlands
El Paso (Texas)
Tucson (Arizona)
Kerrville (Texas)
Fort Stockton (Texas)
Mobile Bay (Alabama)
Biloxi (Mississippi)
Mississippi River
Louisiana
Washington, D.C.
Jacksonville (Florida)
Pecos County (Texas)

Temporal Coverage

1930-06

Creator

Unknown

Date

1930-06

Identifier

SC17_04_17_001 The Texas Monthly June 1930

uri

http://dspace.stmarytx.edu:8080/xmlui/handle/123456789/1069

Extent

7.5 x 10 inches

Medium

Paper

Language

en-us

Publisher

The Texas Monthly

Rights

Materials in the Old Spanish Trail collection may be used with attribution for the purpose of personal use, scholarship or research. Any commercial use of these materials require written permission from the copyright owner.

Subject

Molyneaux, Peter (Editor)
Bagby, Nathe P. (Author)
Macintosh, J.R. (Author)
Cauley, T.J. (Author)
Simmons, J.P. (Author)
Edmiston, Dorothy, Miss (Author)
McNealy, Pat (Author)
Scarborough, W. Frances (Author)
Ayres, Harral B. (Managing Director, President 1933~ OST Association)
Wainright, J.M. (Acting Secretary, U.S. War Department)
Austin, Stephen F. (Historical Figure)
Noriega, Pio
de Rivera (Premier)
Casares Gil, Rafael, Sr. Don, (Spanish Representive)
The Texas Monthly
Royal Order of Isabel la Catolica
Royal Spanish Government
State Highway Department (Louisiana)
United States War Department
United States Senate
publications
articles
finance
Old Spanish Trail
support - Old Spanish Trail
U.S. War Department -- U.S. Military
historical tourism
automobile -- travel
Hotels
Spanish history
missions -- spanish

Type

Magazines