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Nesbitt Memorial Library Journal
2-72. Stein, William Mark, ed. "The Sally Scull Divorce Papers." Nesbitt Memorial
Library Journal, volume 2, number 2, May 1992, pp. 122-126. Edited transcrip-
tions of the petition, answer, and decision in the first divorce of a famous Texas
2-73. Stein, William Mark, ed. "The Slave Narratives of Colorado County." Nesbitt
Memorial Library Journal, volume 3, number 1, January 1993, pp. 3-32. Three
narratives by former Colorado County slaves, and some statistics on slave
2-74. Stein, William Mark and Elizabeth Schoellmann. "A Handbook of Colorado
County Newspapers." Nesbitt Memorial Library Journal, volume 1, number 9,
June 1991, pp. 275-300. A survey of the county's newspapers and some other
publications, with a brief history of each.
2-75. Stein, William Mark and James Wesley Sewell. "Historical Atlas of Columbus."
Nesbitt Memorial Library Journal, volume 3, number 2, May 1993, pp. 73-104.
Text by Stein, maps by Sewell. A thorough look at the town's geography, and
therein its growth.
2-76. "There's Still A Lot of Life In Those Old Columbus Homes." Texas Architect,
volume 23, number 2, March-April 1973, pp. 3-7. Standard promotional material
for the Columbus sesquicentennial, with many photographs, particularly of the
home known as Raumonda.
2-77. Tindol, Robert. "Colorado County Courthouse." County Progress, volume 70,
number 2, February 1993, page 14. History of the courthouse, extracted from
the 1991 Colorado County Historical Commission booklet, but muddled by this
2-78. Thomas, Henry Calhoun. "A Sketch of My Life." Nesbitt Memorial Library
Journal, volume 1, number 3, February 1990, pp. 71-91. Colorful recollections
of a cattleman who worked for the Stafford family. Very useful and informative,
though the text was based on a typewritten transcription. The location of the
original manuscript is unknown.
2-79. Trimble, Vance H. "In The Pocket of His Overalls." Inside Detective Magazine,
September 1943, pp. 12-15, 56-59. An account of the 1943 murder in Colorado
County that led to the execution of Bruce Elton Jordan.
2-80. Wiese, Nanette. "Happy Birthday, Columbus." Texas Highways, volume 20,
number 4, April 1973, pp. 20-23. A rehashing of the legends, written to promote
the sesquicentennial celebration in Columbus.
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