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hornrinder." DieAugst, number 2, 1992, pp. 19-24. Article on the Leyendecker
family in Texas, translated from the English and published in a German regional
magazine. Much of the article was written by Mary Anne Pickens, though she
2-35. Magnolia Homes Tour, Inc. "Walking Tour Focuses on Columbus' Heritage."
Heritage, volume 6, number 1, Spring 1988, pp. 28-30. One of the many articles
promoting tourism in Columbus. If you have read one, you have read them all.
2-36. McCarty, Letitia Madeleine. "Looking Backward." Nesbitt MemorialLibrary Jour-
nal, volume 1, number 1, November 1989, pp. 20-23. Recollections of early days
in Eagle Lake, originally published in a 1905 newspaper.
2-37. McCoy, Elizabeth. "Magnolias and Mansions." Texas Parade, volume 32,
number 12, May 1972, pp. 50-51. One of the earliest articles about the Magnolia
Homes Tour in Columbus, filled with the usual nonsense.
2-38. McCullar, Michael. "Magnolia Home." Texas Architect, volume 28, number 3,
May/June 1978, pp. 43-47. One of the many articles concerning tourism in
Columbus, and, like most, promotional rather than informative.
2-39. Metzke, Raymond Albert. "Reminiscences of Boyhood in Columbus." Nesbitt
Memorial Library Journal, volume 2, number 2, May 1992, pp. 91-121. Events
and places in Columbus in the second decade of the twentieth century,
remembered more than fifty years later. An absolutely invaluable primary source
as well as an engaging story.
2-40. Murray, Myrtle. "John F. Miller Colorado County." Chapter 23 in a series, "Home
Life in Early Ranches of Southwest Texas." The Cattleman, volume 26, number
6, November 1939, pp. 55-58. Nice piece about the Miller Ranch south of
2-41. Neal, Benjamin Harris. "Pioneer Days When Sturdy Men Laid Strong Foundations."
Nesbitt Memorial Library Journal, volume 1, number 3, February 1990, pp. 94-
98. A physician's account of his arrival and early days in Texas, originally
published in a 1917 newspaper.
2-42. Osborne, Holly W. "Long-Time Deputy Still Going Strong." The Texas Lawman,
volume 46, number 2, May 1977, pp. 40-41. Brief account of the career of Otto
Strunk, who at the time had been a Colorado County law enforcement officer
for 69 years.
2-43. Parisi, Phil. "Courthouse Jubilee." The Medallion, April 1990, pp. 4-5. Another
Columbus-tourism promotion article, this one not worth the effort of finding it.
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