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 Resource Type: Book
 Collection: Bill and Marcella Bradly Collection
[Welcome to Hustlin' Hereford Brochure]

[Welcome to Hustlin' Hereford Brochure]

Date: 1970
Creator: Deaf Smith County Chamber of Commerce
Description: This pamphlet gives a brief sketch of the city of Hereford, Texas with photographs, an introduction, and a 'Community Survey' that gives statistics on location, climate, population, transportation, major manufactururers, utilities, community facilities (including churches), schools, local governments, taxes, labor, agriculture, and industrial development.
Contributing Partner: Deaf Smith County Library
[Hustlin' Heritage 75]

[Hustlin' Heritage 75]

Date: 1973
Creator: The Jubilee Book Committee
Description: This book includes a brief history of the town with pages devoted to individuals, organizations, and businesses.
Contributing Partner: Deaf Smith County Library
[Hereford Tornado]

[Hereford Tornado]

Date: 1971~
Creator: Waldrip, Mike
Description: This booklet has a brief description of the damages caused by the tornado that hit Hereford, Texas on April 19, 1971, followed by photographs of the damage that occured throughout the town.
Contributing Partner: Deaf Smith County Library
Tons of Sweets from Texas Beets

Tons of Sweets from Texas Beets

Date: April 1964
Creator: unknown
Description: This article discusses the creation of a refining plant for the Holly Sugar Corporation near Hereford, Texas as well as a basic description of the refinement process.
Contributing Partner: Deaf Smith County Library
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