The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 32, July 1928 - April, 1929 Page: 64
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
ship, May 3, 1882, Goodnight Papers, Goodnight State Bank,
Mrs. Cornelia Adair with Charles Goodnight, Agreement of
Partnership, October 2, 1885, Goodnight Papers, Goodnight State
Bank, Goodnight, Texas.
Mrs. Cornelia Adair with Charles Goodnight, Contract of Sale,
May 21, 1887, Goodnight Papers, Goodnight State Bank, Good-
Will of Mrs. Cornelia Adair, J. J. Alexander Abstract Com-
pany, Clarendon, Texas.
Charles Goodnight, A Sketch of the First Settlement of the
Panhandle, Goodnight Collection, Goodnight, Texas.
Miss Laura V. Hanmer, County Superintendent, Potter County,
Amarillo, Texas, By-products of the J A Ranch-Its Men.
Charles A. P. Hatfield, Colonel U. S. Army, Retired, to Bruce
Cerdis, Tulia, Texas, February 12, 1926, The Comanche, Kiowa
and Cheyenne Campaign in Northwest Texas and MacKenzie's
Fight in the Palo Duro Canyon, September 26, 1874.
Nelson A. Miles, Colonel Fifth Infantry, Bvt. Major-General,
U. S. A., to W. H. Lewis, Lieutenant-Colonel Nineteenth U. S.
Infantry, Indian Territory Expedition, March 4, 1875 (T. D.
Hobart Collection, Pampa, Texas).
Katherine Patrick, Notes About the Adairs (Katherine Patrick
Collection, Clarendon, Texas).
Palo Duro Ranch Cattle Tally, 1893-1927 (Superintendent's
Office, Paloduro, Texas).
Real Estate Ledgers, 1881-1927 (Superintendent's Office, Palo-
Henry Strong, Route 3, Iowa Park, Texas, to T. H. Stephenson,
Plainview, Texas, April 22, 1923, General R. S. MacKenzie's Ex-
pedition, Battle of Palo Duro Canyon, September 24, 1874.
James Wadsworth, Jr., A Short Sketch of the J A Ranch (Letter
to H. T. Burton, Clarendon, Texas, April 17, 1926).
Wellington Brink, "Chief Quanah Parker and The Leopard
Coated Man," Farm and Ranch (Dallas), April 17, 1926.
J. Frank Dobie, "Charles Goodnight, Trail Blazer," The Coun-
try Gentleman (Philadelphia), March, 1927.
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