AUCTION 23

 
 

 

 
 

1013. TEXAS COUNTY AND LOCAL HISTORY. Lot of 70 volumes. Good to very fine. 1888-1981.

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

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.

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

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

BENNETT, Bob. Kerr County, Texas, 1856-1956. San Antonio: Naylor, 1956.

BLANCO HIGH SCHOOL. Twenty-fifth Annual Catalogue, Blanco High School, Session for 1908-09, Announcement for 1909-10. Johnson City: The Enterprise Printers, [1908].

BLOCK, Viola. History of Johnson County and Surrounding Areas. Waco: Texian Press, 1970.

CARROLL, H. Bailey. Texas County Histories: A Bibliography. Austin: Texas State Historical Association, 1943.

CASTO, Stanley D. Settlement of the Cibolo-Nueces Strip: A Partial History of La Salle County. Hillsboro: Hill Junior College Press, 1969.

CAT SPRING AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. Century of Agricultural Progress, 1856-1956: Minutes of the Cat Spring Agricultural Society. Cat Spring: Cat Spring Agricultural Society, 1956.

CAT SPRING AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. The Cat Spring Story. Cat Spring: Cat Spring Agricultural Society, 1956.

CENTENNIAL COMMITTEE, HARPER, TEXAS. Here’s Harper: 1863-1963. Fredericksburg: Radio Post, 1963.

CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK. A History of Waxahachie, Texas and Citizens National Bank. Waxahachie, 1968.

COLUMBUS SESQUICENTENNIAL, INC. Columbus, Texas Sesquicentennial, 1823-1973. N.p.: Columbus Centennial, Inc., 1973.

CONGER, Roger N. Highlights of Waco History. Waco: Hill Printing & Stationary, 1945.

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

CRAVENS, John N. A History of Three Ghost Towns of East Texas near the Cherokee and the Angelina County Line. Abilene: Abilene Printing and Stationary, n.d.

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

FENLEY, Florence. Oldtimers: Their Own Stories. Uvalde: Hornby Press, 1939.

FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SAN ANTONIO. San Antonio and Your First National Bank through the Years, 1866-1953 [wrapper title]. San Antonio: First National Bank of San Antonio, 1953.

FISHER, O.C. It Occurred in Kimble. Houston: Anson Jones Press, 1937.

FORT STOCKTON CENTENNIAL COMMITTEE. Fort Stockton Centennial 1859...June 21-27, 1959...Official Program. Fort Stockton, 1959.

FRIEDRICHS, Irene Hohmann. History of Goliad. Victoria: Regal Printers, 1967.

FULMORE, Z.T. The History and Geography of Texas as Told in County Names. Austin: Steck, 1935.

GATES, J. Y. & H. B. Fox. A History of Leon County, with Informal Sketches and Interviews. Centerville: Leon County News, 1936.

GRAY, Frank S. Pioneering in Southwest Texas: True Stories of Early Day Experiences in Edwards and Adjoining Counties. Austin: Steck, 1949.

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

GRIMES, Roy. Goliad, 130 Years After.... Victoria: Advocate Printing, 1966.

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

HARRY, Lee C. The City of a Prince. A Romantic Chapter in Texas History. Parts I and II. New York: Historical Publication Co., 1888.

HEBBRONVILLE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. Hebbronville: County of Jim Hogg, Texas. Hebbronville, n.d.

HENDERSON, Jeff S. (ed.). 100 Years in Montague County Texas. Saint Jo: IPTA Printers, [1958].

HINTON, Mary. Weimar, Texas: First 100 Years, 1873-1973. Austin: Von Boeckmann-Jones, 1973.

HORTON, Thomas F. History of Jack County, Being Accounts of Pioneer Times, Excerpts from County Court Records, Indian Stories, Biographical Sketches, and Interesting Events. Jacksboro: Gazette Print, n.d.

HUCKABAY, Ida Lasater. Ninety-Four Years in Jack County 1854-1948. Austin: Steck, 1949.

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.

JONES, Julia. Lee County: Historical and Descriptive. Houston: Gulf Coast Baptist Print, 1945.

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

LEATHERS, Frances Jane. Through the Years: A Historical Sketch of Leon County and the Town of Oakwood. Oakwood: Frances Jane Leathers, 1946.

LIVE OAK COUNTRY CENTENNIAL ASSOCIATION. Live Oak County Centennial, 1856-1956, May 2-3-4-5, 1956. N.p., 1956.

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

LUDEMAN, A.M. La Salle County: South Texas Brush Country 1856-1975. Quanah: Nortex, 1975.

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

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

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

NEW WORLD STUDY CLUB. Kinney County: Brackettville, Spofford, Ft. Clark. Brackettville: New World Study Club, 1947.

OLD HELENA FOUNDATION. Ox Cart Days in Old Helena [wrapper title]. N.p., 1968.

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

PICKETT, Arlene. Historic Liberty County. N.p.: Tardy Publishing, 1936.

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

RANSLEBEN, Guido E. A Hundred Years of Comfort in Texas: A Centennial History. San Antonio: Naylor, 1954.

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

SCHMIDT, Curt E. Neu-Braunfelser Jahrbuch, 1981. New Braunfels: Folkways Publishing, 1981.

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.

SLEEPER, William M. & Allan D. Sanford. Waco Bar and Incidents of Waco History. Waco: Hill Printing & Stationery, [1941].

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.

SMITHSON, Fay Eidson & Pat Wilkinson Hull. Martin County, The First Thirty Years: A Familiar History of Martin County, Texas. Hereford: Pioneer Book, 1970.

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

[STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS]. Mine Eyes Have Seen. Stephenville Centennial and Fall Fair, Stephenville, Tex. October 27-31 [wrapper title]. N.p., 1954.

STROBEL, Abner. The Old Plantations and Their Owners of Brazoria County, Texas. Houston: Union National Bank, 1930.

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

THARP, Laura A. Facts & Anecdotes of Turnersville, Texas. Waco: Texian Press, 1973.

WALTER, Ray A. A History of Limestone County. Austin: Von Boeckmann-Jones, 1959.

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

WEBB, Gilbert (comp.). Four Score Years in Jack County, 1860-1940. Jacksboro, 1940.

WOOD, W.D. (comp.). A Partial Roster of the Officers and Men Raised in Leon County, Texas, for the Service of the Confederate States in the War Between the States, with Short Biographical Sketches of Some of the Officers, and a Brief History of Maj. Gould’s Battalion and Other Matters. Waco: W.M. Morrison-Bookseller, 1963.

($250-500)

Sold. Hammer: $600.00; Price Realized: $735.00.

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