3 edition of Lone Wolf, the story of Texas Ranger Captain M. T. Gonzaullas found in the catalog.
|Statement||Robert W. Stephens.|
|LC Classifications||F391.G65 S75|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||79 p. :|
|Number of Pages||79|
|LC Control Number||79091121|
said Captain Manuel T. "Lone Wolf" Gonzaullas of the Texas Rangers. In this lively biography, Brownson Malsch describes Gonzaullas’s career, first as a major in the Mexican Army and then as an agent of the U.S. Treasury Department, before he joined the Rangers in This is the custom MA1 pistol owned and carried by the Texas Ranger captain M. T. Gonzaullas. Note the beautiful scrollwork on the slide and frame. Also feast your eyes upon the special grip panels affixed to the frame.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Revised edition of: Captain M.T. Lone Wolf Gonzaullas. 1st ed. c Description: 1 online resource. Historical Texas Ranger M.T. "Lone Wolf" Gonzaullas pair of Smith & Wesson M&P Revolvers with "Captain M.T. Gonzaullas, Texas Ranger" engraved on the back straps. This matched pair of Smith & Wessons, SN & SN are S&W Special Cartridge with nickel finish and beautiful, high relief buffalo carved pearl grips with one revolver carved on the right hand grip and the other carved.
In , he was one of the founders the Texas Ranger Hall of Fame and Museum. Captain M.T. “Lone Wolf” Gonzaullas succumbed to cancer in Dallas on Febru at age of eighty-five. Upon his death, he left his collection of weapons, scrapbooks, personal papers and other mementos to the Texas Ranger Hall of Fame and Museum. Get this from a library! Lone Wolf, the story of Texas Ranger Captain M.T. Gonzaullas. [Robert W Stephens].
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He helped found the Texas Ranger Hall of Fame and Museum in Captain Gonzaullas died in Dallas in at leaving his scrapbooks and personal papers to the Texas Ranger Hall of Fame and Museum. Suggestions for further reading: Brownson Malsch, Captain M.
Gonzaullas, Austin, ; Robert Stephens, Lone Wolf, Dallas, Captain Manuel “Lone Wolf” Gonzaullas died in Dallas on Februat leaving his scrapbooks and personal papers to the Texas Ranger Hall of Fame and Museum. The story of Texas Ranger Captain M. T. Gonzaullas book the East Texas Oil Museum in Kilgore.
"Lone Wolf" Gonzaullas was a lifelong Texas Ranger, and the first Ranger of Hispanic Descent to rise to the rank of Captain.
He was a staff member of the Texas Government, a dedicated lawman who helped to tame the "American Wild West" in Texas, and a Crime Fighter who was a Burial: Restland Memorial Park, Dallas, Dallas. He shared his expertise as a technical consultant for radio, movies, and televisions show including, "Tales of the Texas Rangers", and in the book "Lone Wolf Gonzaullas, Texas Ranger".
Texas Ranger Capt. M.T. Gonzaullas - PC. Well known for his religious convictions, Gonzaullas would often hand out Bibles to those he felt could benefit Written: CAPTAIN M. “LONE WOLF” GONZAULLAS TEXAS RANGER, RETIRED PROJECT: THE TEXAS RANGERS INTERVIEW CONDUCTED AT REED CEMETERY Welcome to the E-Book Project of the Texas Ranger Hall of Fame and Museum (TRHFM).
The TRHFM, located in Waco, Texas, is the State-designated Official Historical Center of the. I had never seen footage of legendary Texas Ranger Manuel T.
“Lone Wolf” Gonzaullas () until now. There is a short clip of him recounting a run-in with a man who shot him in WFAA-Channel 8 footage from March, (filmed at the Southwest Historical Wax Museum in Fair Park).
The Lone Wolf, at least in the figurative sense, is once again at the center of a mystery. Long-time Ranger Captain Manual T. Gonzaullas, one of Texas’ best-known 20th century law enforcement officers, died at 85 on Feb.
13, in a Dallas hospital. Captain M. "Lone Wolf" Gonzaullas Interviewers: Captain Bob Mitchell and Alva Stem Dallas, Texas Date: Janu E-Book Project Staff: Robert Nieman, Volunteer; Byron A. Johnson, Christina Stopka & Judy Shofner, Texas Ranger Hall of Fame and Museum staff.
This Texas Ranger Hall of Fame E-Book™ is copyrightedby the Texas. "Lone Wolf" Gonzaullas, Texas Ranger by Brownson Malsch. Captain Gonzaullas retired from the Rangers on J at the age of sixty after a long and colorful career.
He had already made plans on going to Hollywood and becoming a consultant for a new radio and television series "Tales of the Texas Rangers.". Ben Johnson stars as Captain J.D.
Morales, a fictionalized version of Texas Ranger Captain M. "Lone Wolf" Gonzaullas. The Phantom is played by Bud Davis, who later worked as stunt coordinator on films such as Forrest Gump, Cast Away, and Inglourious Basterds.
The film was mostly shot around Texarkana, and a number of locals were cast as. said Captain Manuel T. "Lone Wolf" Gonzaullas of the Texas Rangers.
In this lively biography, Brownson Malsch describes Gonzaullas’s career, first as a major in the Mexican Army and then as an agent of the U.S. Treasury Department, before he joined the Rangers in Reviews: Every October near Halloween, the movie The Town That Dreaded Sundown, which is loosely based on Texas Ranger Captain M.
"Lone Wolf" Gonzaullas' investigation into the murders, is the last movie shown to the public during "Movies in the Park" at either Spring Lake Park or. Ranger Capt. Manuel "Lone Wolf" Gonzaullas. Careful of his public image, he was one of the sharpest-dressed Rangers.
"Man," said one fellow Ranger, "he looked like he. Captain M. Lone Wolf Gonzaullas, the Only Texas Ranger Captain of Spanish Descent [Malsch, Brownson] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
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The screenplay was rewritten, filmed and released again in as a feature film under the same name. This time actor Anthony Anderson played the part of “Lone Wolf Morales” and the film was released in the horror, thriller genre.
Gonzaullas himself was a co-founder in of the Texas Ranger Hall of Fame and Museum in Waco. "I went into lots of fights by myself, and I came out by myself, too!" said Captain Manuel T.
"Lone Wolf" Gonzaullas of the Texas Rangers. In this lively biography, Brownson Malsch describes Gonzaullas’s career, first as a major in the Mexican Army and then as an agent of the U.S. Treasury Department, before he joined the Rangers in /5(1). Biography of Captain M.
“Lone Wolf” Gonzaullas, the famed Ranger who joined the force in Gonzaullas played a pivotal role in the modernization of Texas law enforcement by setting up the state’s first crime lab and was a model example of a modern Ranger captain.
Miller, Rick. Texas Ranger John B. Jones. Denton: TX: University of. Texas Ranger Captain Gonzaullas went into lots of fights by himself, and came out by himself and that's why the nickname Lone Wolf stuck.
In this book the author describes Gonzaullas's career, first as a major in the Mexican Army and then as an agent of the U.
S. Treasury Department, before he joined the Rangers in Manual "Lone Wolf" Gonzaullas was known as "El Lobo Solo" or "Lone Wolf" for his ability to get in and out of scrapes by himself.
He was a man of honesty and integrity, a crusader who fought to eleminate or put behind bars smugglars, bootleggers, thieves and murderers whereever he was assigned in Texas.Captain M.
T. Lone Wolf Gonzaullas, the Only Texas Ranger Captain of Spanish Descent by Malsch, Brownson. Shoal Creek Pub, Hardcover. Acceptable. Disclaimer:A readable copy. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. Pages can include considerable notes-in pen or highlighter-but the notes cannot obscure the text.
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