Heritage, Summer 2005 Page: 15
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Winner of the Gold Award,
presented by the Texas Association of Museums, 2005
This is a delightful children's story
about a boy and his friend, Billy, a pure-bred
Merino ram, on a Texas sheep ranch.
Never before published, "Joe and Billy"
was written by William Sidney Porter
before he took the pseudonym, 0. Henry.
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Introduction byJENNW LIND PORTER
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Largest Store in Southern USA
409 St. Francis, Gonzales, Texas
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Salvaged and custom milled Flooring, 100's of Stained Glass
windows, 5,000+ Doors & Windows, 1,000+ patterns of
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120,000 sf. of Inventor
HERITAGE SUMMER 2005
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