The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 56, July 1952 - April, 1953 Page: 79
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A Check List of Theses and Dissertations
Pines Farm was established in 1927; premium Herefords; poultry yard, Willard
Farm, Woodlake; Four Pines Farm, Woodlake, Texas.
Maps: (1) Trinity County, Texas, Mexican grants, 1835; (2) Sumpter, 1854; (3)
Trinity County sawmills, 1885-1911; (4) community map of Trinity County, 1928.
Contents: Five chapters include topography and geography; early history, 1827-
1860; depression, 1860-188o-causes, town of Pennington, education, economic
growth; development period beginning 188o-lumber interests, social life of mill
counties, Trinity County in World War I, civil development; changing order from
forest to farm (19o9-1928) -readjustments, advancement, Woodlake Farm.
TX928/B68x. Co. His., E. TEx., LUM., GEO.
BOWLES, WILLIE DEE WORLEY - M.A., August, 1939 
History of the Woman Suffrage in Texas. vi- -119 pp.
Illustrations: poster prepared by National Woman's Association; cartoon from the
Dallas News, 1919; Suffrage leaders-Mrs. David Doom, Mrs. Nona B. Mahoney,
Mrs. Jane Y. McCallum, and Mrs. E. P. Reppert; cartoon from the Texas Democrat.
Maps: suffrage victory map.
Contents: Chapter I describes the suffrage movement in the United States.
Chapters II, III, and IV carry the movement in Texas from 1903 when Annette
Finnigan, Elizabeth Finnigan, and Katherine Finnigan Anderson called a meeting
in Houston and created the Texas Equal Suffrage League until 1919 when Texas
ratified the nineteenth amendment.
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BRADFORD, GILES EDWARD, JR. - M.A., August, 1937 [451
A History of Mitchell County, Texas. vii+ I7o pp.
Illustrations: J. Wright Mooar; C. H. Earnest; C. H. Lasky; John L. Doss; R. H.
Looney; samples of land script for 640 acres in the public domain for the Houston
and Great Northern Railroad, the Lavaca Navigation Company, and the Texas
and Pacific Railroad; two business houses in Colorado City in 188o's; Mitchell
County's first hall of justice, 1881.
Maps: (1) political map of Mitchell and surrounding counties; (2) Mitchell
County road and drainage map; (3) soil map of Mitchell County; (4) evolution
of Mitchell County.
Tables: livestock and agricultural statistics of Mitchell County, 1890o-1930.
Contents: Four chapters deal with physical environment; pre-Mitchell County-
Plains Indians, Spanish exploration, surveys of United States Army engineers, land
history, and settlement of county; industrial development-buffalo hunters, cattle
industry, agriculture, railroad, salt, oil, brick and gravel, newspapers; institutional
and social development-corporate history of county and of Colorado City, law
and order, schools, and churches. Appendices include D. C. Earnest's description
of the Earl of Aylesford, owner of the R U S H Ranch in the 188o's, and of what
cowpunchers talked about in the early days; a letter written by Earnest to Mrs.
Mabel Cooper of Colorado City telling of early days in Mitchell County; an
excerpt from letter relating the experiences of old-timer J. E. Rogers in Mitchell
County; and a chronological listing of Mitchell County officials, 1881-1936.
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BRADFORD, LOUISE - M.A., June, 1934 146]
A History of Nolan County, Texas. x-+ 131 pp.
Illustrations: original pencil sketches of Tuck Focht and Ben Jones, two old
pioneers; of Sweetwater post office; of old City Hotel and the 1881 Oriental addi-
tions; of Connell Store; of the bank of Thomas Trammell and Company, 1883;
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