The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 47, July 1943 - April, 1944 Page: 224
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Texas jokes and jests--ranging from a one-line wisecrack to the tallest
of tall tales on such subjects as cowboys; "bad men"; historical char-
acters; lawyers; Gib Morgan, "the Paul Bun-
yan of the oil fields"; politicians; Judge Roy
Bean, "the law west of the Pecos"; negroes;
the weather; "Pecos Bill" and Rattlesnakes,
. the most Texas-y book ever written
S. . 500 jokes about Texas, corralled By BOYCE HOUSE
and branded . . . a liberal education on
the Lone Star State. Historian, Folklorist, Radio-Newspa-
per Commentator, Texas Foremost
$2 o00 Raconteur and Humorist.
The Naylor Company
IL:.REGIONAL PUBLISHERS FOR THE SOUTHWEST
9I8 N. St. Mary's St. San Antonio, Texas
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