The 1928 Texas Almanac and State Industrial Guide Page: 9
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WICHITA FALLS MOTOR CO
Since 1911 the only automotive factory of any kind in
the entire Southwest that has stood the test of
time has been the Wichita Factory, building
Not only in the home market but in 87 foreign coun-
tries, the Wichita has helped carry the burdens of
civilization wherever trucks are used.
There is a size and type for every service and com-
plete information will always be gladly furnished
to anyone interested in high quality trucks and
better truck service.
WICHITA FALLS MOTOR CO.
J. A. KEMP, PRESIDENT
WICHITA FALLS, TEXAS.
Dallas - - - Houston - - - San Antonio
Oklahoma City - - - - - - - - Tulsa
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