1037. TEXAS. PANHANDLE & PLAINS. Lot of 39 imprints. Very good to fine. San Antonio, 1904-1977. ($200-400)

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

BIGGERS, Don H. Shackelford County Sketches. Albany & Fort Griffin: Clear Fork Press, 1974.

BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL WONEN’S CLUB & PLAINVIEW RODEO ASSOCIATION, INC. Souvenir Program, Twentieth Annual Pioneer Roundup and Rodeo, 1948.... [wrapper title]. N.p., 1948

CLARKE, Ollie E. (comp.). Fort Griffin: A Brief Sketch of the Old Fort and Its Relations to the Great Southwest. Albany: Albany Chamber of Commerce, 1935.

COTTON, Kathryn. Saga of Scurry. San Antonio: Naylor, 1957.

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

CROUCH, Carrie J. A History of Young County, Texas. Austin: Texas State Historical Association, 1956.

DAY, Beth. A Shirttail To Hang To: The Story of Cal Farley and His Boys Ranch. New York: Henry Holt, 1959.

DUFF, Katharyn. Abilene...On Catclaw Creek: A Profile of a West Texas Town. Abilene: Reporter Publishing, 1970.

EAVES, Charles Dudley & C.A. Hutchinson. Post City, Texas: C.W. Post’s Colonizing Activities in West Texas. Austin: Texas State Historical Association, 1952.

FAULK, Odie B. General Tom Green: A Fightin’ Texas in San Angelo Standard-Times (Sunday, December 30, 1962).

[FORT CONCHO]. Visit Old Fort Concho and the Museum [wrapper title]. San Angelo, n.d.

FORT BELKNAP SOCIETY. A History of Fort Belknap: Outpost of the Texas Frontier [caption title]. Fort Belknap, 1962.

GARZA COUNTY HISTORICAL SURVEY COMMITTEE (compilers). Wagon Wheels: A History of Garza County. Seagraves: Pioneer Book Publishers, 1973.

GRACY, David B. II. Littlefield Lands: Colonization on the Texas Plains, 1912-1920. Austin & London: University of Texas Press, 1968.

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

[HALE COUNTY]. Hale County History 7:1 (February, 1977). Plainview: Hale County Historical Commission, 1977.

HAMBLEN, E. Rim to Rim. Quanah & Wichita Falls: Nortex, 1971.

HARDEMAN, Dorsey B. Dedication of Monument to General Tom Green, Courthouse Lawn-San Angelo, November 2, 1963. San Angelo: W.E. Blanton, 1963.

HARRIS, Sallie B. Hide Town in the Texas Panhandle: 100 Years in Wheeler County and Panhandle of Texas. Hereford: Pioneer Book, 1968.

HARVEY, Ethel. The Athens of the Panhandle: A History of Clarendon College. Clarendon: Clarendon Press, 1958.

HAVINS, T. R. Something about Brown (A History of Brown County, Texas). Brownwood: Banner Printing, 1958.

HILL, Joseph A. The Panhandle-Plains Historical Society and Its Museum. Canyon: West Texas State College Press, 1955.

HODGE, Jeannie Goble. History of Holliday, Texas. Quanah & Wichita Falls: Nortex, 1972.

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

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, Lucille. History of Mineola, Texas: Gateway to the Pines. Quanah: Nortex, 1973

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

MORGAN, Jonnie R. The History of Wichita Falls. Oklahoma City: The Economy, 1931.

NEAL, Bill. The Last Frontier: The Story of Hardeman County. Quanah: Quanah Tribune-Chief & Hardeman County Historical Society, 1966.

NEVILLE, A.W. The Red River Valley Then and Now: Stories of People and Events in the Red River Valley During the First Hundred Years of Its Settlement. Paris: North Texas Publishing, 1948.

OCHILTREE COUNTY HISTORICAL SURVEY COMMITTEE. Wheatheart of the Plains: An Early History of Ochiltree County. Taylor Publishing, 1969.

PATTERSON, Bessie. A History of Deaf Smith County Featuring Pioneer Families. Hereford: Pioneer Publishers, 1964.

PAYNE, Viola M. Scurry County Style: Stories from Below the Cap Rock and Beyond. Austin & London: University of Texas Press, 1967.

PHELPS, Bailey. They Loved the Land: Foard County History. Quanah: Quanah Tribune-Chief and Foard County Historical Survey Committee, 1969.

PHILIPS, Shine. Big Spring: The Casual Biography of a Prairie Town. New York: Prentice-Hall, 1942. 2 copies.

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

RANDEL, Mrs. Ralph E. & The Carson County Historical Survey Committee (editors). A Time to Purpose: A Chronicle of Carson County. N.p,: Pioneer Publishers, 1966.

RAY, Bright. Legends of the Red River Valley. San Antonio: Naylor, 1941.

RAY, G.B. Murder at the Corners. San Antonio: Naylor, 1957.

RISTER, Carl Coke. Fort Griffin on the Texas Frontier. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1956.

[SAN ANGELO]. We Believe in San Angelo: Health, Recreation, Opportunity [wrapper title]. San Angelo: San Angelo News, 1936.

SMITH, T[evis] C[lyde], Jr. Pecan Valley Days. Brownwood: T.C. Smith, 1956.

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.

SPIKES, Nellie Witt & Temple Ann Ellis. Through the Years: A History of Crosby County, Texas. San Antonio: Naylor, 1952.

TERRY COUNTY HISTORICAL SURVEY COMMITTEE. Early Settlers of Terry: A History of Terry County, Texas. Hereford: Pioneer Book, 1968.

TEXAS HISTORICAL RECORDS SURVEY. Inventory of the County Archives of Texas...No. 25: Brown County (Brownwood). San Antonio: Texas Historical Records Survey, 1940.

TEXAS STATEWIDE RECORDS PROJECT. Index to Probate Cases of Texas. No. 25: Brown County, November 19, 1878-November 7, 1938. San Antonio: State-wide Records Indexing and Inventory Program, 1941.

TEXAS STATEWIDE RECORDS PROJECT. Index to Probate Cases of Texas. No. 42. Coleman County, August 17, 1876-January 4, 1939. San Antonio: State-wide Records Project, 1940.

TEXAS STATEWIDE RECORDS PROJECT. Index to Probate Cases of Texas. No. 177. Nolan County, July 1, 1881¨CNovember 17, 1939. San Antonio: State-wide Records and Indexing Program, 1942.

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


Sold. Hammer: $325.00; Price Realized: $398.13.

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