The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 59, July 1955 - April, 1956 Page: 63
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Compiled by RAY A. WALTER
T HIS CHECKLIST was compiled at the request of persons
wishing to do research in the history of Limestone County,
Texas. Though incomplete it will serve as an initial guide.
Any information which will make the checklist more complete
will be appreciated by the compiler. The following abbreviations
are used in the listing:
+ to date ? information questionable
// publication ended -0- photostats
Sources are as follows:
RAW-Ray A. Walter, Waco, Texas
Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley, California
Texas State Library, Austin, Texas
University of Texas, Austin, Texas
Groesbeck Journal, Groesbeck, Texas
Mexia Daily News, Mexia, Texas
Coolidge Herald, Coolidge, Texas
Chamber of Commerce, Marlin, Texas
At this time privately owned papers are not available for research
purposes in all cases.
Coolidge Herald, weekly, 1904 -
Follows Coolidge Ledger
pub. - January 1, 1926 +
Texas State - February 24, 1933
University of Texas - February, 1925 - 1933
Followed by Coolidge Herald
(Probably moved from Mexia, Texas)
Texas State - January 23-31, February 14, March 6, 2o, April,
Groesbeck Argus, weekly, 1874 -//
(Editors: R. F. Mattison and C. B. George. George purchased
his interest from W. H. Frisbie, and changed the name to
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