The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 44, July 1940 - April, 1941 Page: 497
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Memories of a Tewas Land Commissioner 497
Any Land Commissioner would have probably done all that
I did, had the questions been presented, but they came to me.
For the past several years I have watched with interest and
sympathy the course of the present Commissioner, J. T. Robison,
in his fight to protect the oil, gas and mineral interests of the
State. He works hard and secures the active enmity of dis-
appointed speculators, and the apathetic notice of the public
for whom he is working. This is what the guardian of such
vast interests must expect.
September 14, 1923.
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