Texas Almanac, 1939-1940 Page: 11
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PRACTICAL DRAWING COMPANY
DALLAS, TEXAS Founded in 1894 CHICAGO, ILLINOIS
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A Texas Institution That Has Grown With the Great Southwest
SCHOOL SUPPLIES STATIONERY OFFICE SUPPLIES
SCHOOL ART AND PENMANSHIP TEXTS AND MATERIALS
Sole Distributors of Masterpiece Tablets and Papers
MECHANICAL DRAWING SUPPLIES
TEACHING AIDS AND DEVICES
FINE ART PRINTS AND FRAMES
Distributors of The Texas Almanac to Schools
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Catalogs Mailed Upon Request to School Officials, Teachers
-and Merchants. Mention Items in Which You
Are Particularly Interested.
INDUSTRY and AGRICULTURE
(The Twins of Progress)
Constant effort and unselfish interest on the part of Texas citi-
zens will eventually bring the industrial and agricultural
development of the state to a point of benefit to all. Increased
pay rolls mean new jobs for Texans and a greater demand for
Texas,.with its many fine ports, cheap fudel, rail facilities of the
best and splendid available markets, offers the investor a rare
Talk Texas-Think Texas
TEXAS GULF SULPHUR COMPANY, Inc.
Producers of Crude Sulphur
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Texas Almanac, 1939-1940, book, 1939; Dallas, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth117163/m1/13/: accessed March 22, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Texas State Historical Association.