AUCTION 23

 
 

 

 
 

1031. TEXAS COUNTY & LOCAL HISTORY. Lot of 70 imprints. Good to very fine. 1887-1978. ($200-400)

ADDISON, M.H. Reminiscences of Burleson County, Texas [wrapper title]. Caldwell: Caldwell Printing Company, 1971.

ANDERSON, Ed. (compiler). History and Business Guide of Sherman and Grayson County, Texas. N.p., 1940.

ARANSAS COUNTY-ROCKPORT CENTENNIAL, INC. A Glimpse at Our Past, Presented by The Aransas County-Rockport Centennial, Inc., June 13-21, 1970 on the Occasion of the One Hundredth Anniversary of the Incorporation of Rockport, 1870, and the Establishment of Aransas County, 1871. N.p.: The Aransas County-Rockport Centennial, Inc., 1970.

AUSTIN, Gladys Peter. Along the Century Trail (Early History of Tyler, Texas). Dallas: Avalon Press, 1946.

BAIRD, G.H. A Brief History of Upshur County. [Gilmer]: Gilmer Mirror, 1946.

BAKER, Inez. Yesterday in Hall County, Texas. Memphis, Texas, 1940.

BALLARD, Jim. Years Ago: The Truth, the Whole Truth, Nothing But [wrapper title]. Beeville, 1972.

BARNES, Grace & Beth Gault. So This Is Langtry. Boerne: Toepperwein Publishing, 1946.

BAUER, Grace. Bee County Centennial 1858-1958.... [wrapper title]. Beeville: Bee County Centennial, 1958.

BAYLOR COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Salt Pork to Sirloin: The History of Baylor County, Texas from 1879 to 1930. Quanah, Wichita Falls: Nortex, 1972.

BOSWORTH, Allan R. Ozona Country. New York, Evanston & London: Harper & Row, 1964.

BRAZORIA COUNTY FEDERATION OF WOMEN’S CLUBS. History of Brazoria County [wrapper title]. N.p.: Brazoria County Federation of Women’s Clubs, 1940.

BROWN COUNTY CENTENNIAL ASSOCIATION. Memories: Brown County, 1856-1956, Official Centennial Program [wrapper title]. N.p., Brown County Centennial Association, 1956.

BROWN, John Henry. History of Dallas County, Texas: From 1837 to 1887. Dallas: Milligan, Cornett & Farnham, 1887.

CLARK, Pat B. The History of Clarksville and Old Red River County. Dallas: Mathis, Van Nort & Co., 1937.

COCHRAN, John H. Dallas County: A Record of its Pioneers and Progress, being a Supplement to John Henry Brown’s History of Dallas County (1887) with Correction of Some Errors Contained Therein, and Much Additional Information about Early Settlers and their Families. Dallas: Arthur S. Mathis, Service Publishing Co., 1928.

CORNER, William (ed.). San Antonio de Bexar.... San Antonio: Bainbridge & Corner, 1890.

COWLING, Mary Jo. Geography of Denton County. Dallas: Banks Upshaw, 1936.

CRAVENS, John N. Between Two Rivers: A History of Wells, Texas. Wichita Falls: Humphrey Printing, 1974.

CROCKET, G.L. Two Centuries in East Texas: A History of San Augustine County And Surrounding Territory From 1865 to the Present Time. Dallas: Southwest Press, 1932.

CROSS, Joe. Sharp Top School: A Reminiscent Story Tersely Told. Dallas: Turner, 1937.

CROUCH, Carrie J. Young County: History and Biography. Dallas: Dealey and Lowe, 1937.

DIDEAR, Hedwig Krell. A History of Karnes County and Old Helena. Austin: San Felipe Press, 1969.

EZELL, Camp. Historical Story of Bee County, Texas. Beeville: Beeville Publishing, 1973.

FENLEY, Florence. Oldtimers of Southwest Texas. Uvalde: Hornsby Press, 1957.

FLETCHER, Herbert (editor). Harris County, Republic of Texas, 1839-45. Houston: Anson Jones Press, 1950.

FUERMANN, George. The Face of Houston. Houston: Premier Printing, 1963.

GILLILAND, Maude. Rincon (Remote Dwelling Place): A Story of Life on a South Texas Ranch at the Turn of the Century. Brownsville: Springman-King Lithograph, 1964.

GREGORY, J. N. Fort Concho: Its Why and Wherefore. San Angelo: Newsfoto Publishing, 1962.

HALEY, J. Evetts. Charles Schreiner, General Merchandise: The Story of a Country Store. Austin: [Designed by Carl Hertzog for] Texas State Historical Association, 1944.

HEBISON, W.O. Early Days in Texas and Rains County. Garland: Lost & Found, 1977.

HODGE, Floyd Crandall. A History of Fannin County, Featuring Pioneer Families. Hereford: Pioneer Publishers, 1966.

HUFF BRIDGES, Anne C. Do You Remember? Early Days in Luling, Texas by a Pioneer Citizen (Anne C. Huff Bridges), with Corrections and Some Additions by Her Daughter, Mary Louise Bridges Witt. N.p., 1967.

HUTTO, John R. Howard County...In the Making: Personalities, Business Institutions and Other Contributing Factors in the Development of a Progressive West Texas Community from Open Frontier [wrapper title]. N.p., 1938.

KARNES COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Old Helena Welcomes You [wrapper title]. Karnes City: Karnes County Historical Society, n.d.

Kimble County Historical Survey Committee. Recorded Landmarks of Kimble County. Junction: Kimble County Historical Survey Committee, 1971.

LANGSTON, Mrs. George. History of Eastland County, Texas. Dallas: A.D. Aldridge, 1904.

LOTTO, F. Fayette County, Her History and Her People. Schulenberg, Texas, 1902.

MADRAY, Mrs. I.C. A History of Bee County with Some Brief Sketches about Men and Events in Adjoining Counties [cover title]. Beeville: Beeville Publishing, 1939.

MARTIN & MARTIN (comp.). Early History of San Patricio County [wrapper title]. Sinton: San Patricio County News, 1934.

McDEARMON, Ray. Without the Shedding of Blood: The Story of Dr. U.D. Ezell and of Pioneer Life at Old Kimball. San Antonio: Naylor, 1953.

MIDDLETON, John W. History of the Regulators and Moderators and the Shelby County War in 1841 and 1842, in the Republic of Texas. Grand Prairie: Frontier Times, 1953.

MOONEY, Booth. 75 Years in Victoria. Victoria: Victoria Bank & Trust, 1950.

MURPHREE, Nellie. A History of Dewitt County. N.p., 1962.

NEVILLE, A. W. The History of Lamar County. Paris: North Texas Publishing, 1937.

PATTERSON, C.L. History and Directory of Bandera County [wrapper title]. N.p., n.d.

PATTESON, Ikie Gray. Loose Leaves: A History of Delta County. Dallas: Mathis Publishing, 1935.

PIERCE, Frank C. A Brief History of the Lower Rio Grande Valley. Menasha, Wisconsin: Collegiate Press, 1917.

POOL, William C. Bosque County, Texas. San Marcos: San Marcos Record Press, 1954.

POOL, William C. Bosque Territory: A History of an Agrarian Community. Clifton: Chaparral Press for Bosque Memorial Museum, 1964. 2 copies.

POPE, Clarence C. An Oil Scout in the Permian Basin, 1924-1960. El Paso: Permian Press, 1972.

PORTER, Millie Jones. Memory Cups of Panhandle Pioneers. Clarendon: Clarendon Press, 1945.

ROACH, Hattie Joplin. The Hills of Cherokee...Historical Sketches of Life in Cherokee County (Texas). N.p., 1952.

ROUNTREE, J.G. II. History of Bee County, Texas [wrapper title]. Beeville, 1960.

SCHMIDT, C.W. Footprints of Five Generations. New Ulm: New Ulm Enterprise, 1930.

SCHWETTMANN, Martin W. Santa Rita... The University of Texas Oil Discovery. Austin: Texas State Historical Association, 1958.

SIBLEY, Marilyn McAdams. The Port of Houston: A History. Austin & London: University of Texas Press, 1968.

SIMMONS, Frank E. History of Coryell County. N.p.: Coryell County News, 1936.

SMITH, Tevis Clyde. Frontier’s Generation: The Pioneer History of Brown County with Sidelights on the Surrounding Territory. Brownwood: Greenwood Press for the author, 1931.

SONNICHSEN, C.L. Pass of the North: Four Centuries on the Rio Grande. El Paso: Texas Western Press, 1968.

ST. ROMAIN, Lillian Schiller. Western Falls County. Austin: Texas State Historical Association, 1951.

STEELE, Hampton. A History of Limestone County, Texas: 1833-1860. Mexia: News Publishing, n.d.

TALLEY, Jane (editor). A Survey of Hays County. San Marcos: League of Women Voters of San Marcos, 1978.

TAYLOR, I[ra] T[homas]. The Cavalcade of Jackson County. San Antonio: Naylor, 1938.

VICTORIA PROGRESSIVE LEAGUE. A Short Story Descriptive of Victoria, Texas: The Ideal Residence City of Texas. N.p., n.d.

VICTORIA SESQUISCENTENNIAL INC. The Victoria Sesquicentennial Scrapbook, 1824-1974 [wrapper title]. Victoria, 1974.

WAUGH, Julia Nott. Castroville and Henry Castro, Empresario. San Antonio: Standard Printing, 1934.

WHITE, James C. The Promised Land: A History of Brown County, Texas. Brownwood: Brownwood Banner, 1941.

WRITERS’ ROUND TABLE. Padre Island: The Long Texas Coastal Stretch That Curves Through the Gulf of Mexico from Corpus Christi to Port Isabel. San Antonio: Naylor, 1950.

($200-400)

Sold. Hammer: $300.00; Price Realized: $367.50.

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