The Dallas Journal, Volume 51, 2006 Page: 11
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A Cattle Drive Diary
Contributed by L. Bradley Camp
Transcribed by Tresa Tatyrek
In a small Ledger book, now in the possession of L. Bradley Camp of Dallas, Texas, a diary of a cattle
drive that occurred in the summer of 1897 was recorded. This diary was penned by M. Lawrence Camp,
the grandfather of L. Bradley Camp.
M. Lawrence Camp
_e . s-as .Notes on the Ledger Divider Tabs:
ABCD Tab front
S M. Lawrence Camp
f ____ -June 9 1897
BS Talley 75
S-EFGH Tab front
t F M Cain
4I leave to night come to say good by
- Mary A Camp
IJKL Tab front
SMNOP Tab front
P Tues 100
S. . Wed 95
w 4A 9 t Back
.Walker A Hayden
Amt due them by my brother
Y" Charles Camp $47.00
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