Brownwood, Texas has changed a lot since Robert E. Howard's time, but traces of the 1920s and '30s can still be found, if you know where to look. THE BROWNWOOD CONNECTION explores Howard’s relationship with the Texas town, from his high school days to his college experiences and beyond. Part biography, part travelogue, this volume explores the remnants of Howard's home-away-from-home with photos — both modern and period — as well as pictures and scans of pertinent documents: college catalogues, yearbooks, report cards and more. Also included are letters written to Howard from his mother, a section on Novalyne Price, items from the CROSS PLAINS REVIEW, and more.
And if that wasn’t enough, THE BROWNWOOD CONNECTION also contains the most in-depth look at Howard’s experiences with the railroad ever published. Every known train ride is analyzed. This section also includes photos and scans of schedules, depots, and other pertinent data.
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