The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 25, July 1921 - April, 1922 Page: 227
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0. M. Roberts). Mrs. A. B. Looscan, through whose hands these
gifts passed, has added an autograph letter from Mrs. Roberts,
dated Austin, January 28, 1909.
Deaths of prominent citizens of Texas: Thomas S. Maxey,
judge of the Western District of Texas, 1888-1916, at Austin,
December 5, 1921; Buckley B. Paddock, pioneer of Fort Worth,
at Fort Worth, January 9, 1922; A. C. Prendergast, chief justice
of the Court of Criminal Appeals, 1911-1918, at Waco, January 6,
1922. Brief sketches of each of these men appear in Who's Who
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