Amanda Milian Collection

Book Spines

Summary: Amanda Milian donated several bound theses and one dissertation related to Fort Worth history. She obtained them from retiring professor Dr. Clayton Brown of the Texas Christian University Department of History.



  • Bound Master's Thesis: “A Donation for Life: Carter Blood Center, 1957-1987” by Susan Lynn Zodin, Texas Christian University, May 1988
  • Bound Master's Thesis: “The Cats are King in Texas: A History of the Fort Worth Baseball Club 1899-1984” by Clayton Forum Odom, Texas Christian University, May 1990
  • Bound Master's Thesis: “For the Public Good: Philanthropic Influence in Fort Worth, Texas” by Bart Craig Pointer, Texas Christian University, May 2000
  • Bound Dissertation: “Community Building through Philanthropy: Case Studies in Fort Worth, Texas” by Bart Craig Pointer, Texas Christian University, May 2003 (Covers: Bass Hall for the Performing Arts, Amon Carter Museum, Kimbell Museum, Botanic Research Institute of Texas, Cook’s Children’s Medical Center, Presbyterian Night Shelter, and the Lena Pope Home)


  • Myth, Memory, and Massacre: The Pease River Capture of Cynthia Ann Parker by Paul H. Carlson and Tom Crum. Lubbock: Texas Tech Press, 2010. Signed First Edition.

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