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... More > 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.< Less