Texas State Library and Archives Commission

Railroad Commission of Texas. Oil and Gas Division:

An Inventory of Railroad Commission Oil and Gas Plats: Part II at the Texas State Archives, about 1930-1960, bulk 1941-1954



Overview

Creator: Railroad Commission of Texas. Oil and Gas Division.
Title: Railroad Commission oil and gas plats: Part II
Dates: about 1930-1960
Dates: bulk 1941-1954
Abstract: The Railroad Commission of Texas (RRC) regulates the oil and gas industry to prevent the waste of resources and to protect property rights and the environment. These are plat maps of oil and gas leases or fields and survey maps. The maps and plats were submitted to the RRC by operators and maintained by the Commission because of information they contain about oil and gas wells in the state. Some maps are accompanied by correspondence about the leases,drilling operations, acreage assigned to specific wells or related topics; some have affidavits attached. Dates covered are about 1930 to 1960, bulk 1941-1954. Some of the plat maps are certified, giving the date the plat was drawn, the survey, field name, county, operator, acres shown, and number of acres in the lease. Items shown on the survey and other plat maps are generally oil, gas, and water well locations; oil/gas lease and field boundaries; land and/or lease owners; cities and towns; and rivers and creeks. The maps often contain notes about the wells. Most of the maps were drawn by local surveyors and cover specific leases or oil/gas fields.
Quantity: 28.24 cubic ft.
Language: These materials are written in English.
Repository: Texas State Archives

Agency History

The Railroad Commission of Texas regulates the exploration, production, and transportation of oil and natural gas in Texas. Its statutory role is to prevent waste of the state's natural resources, to protect the correlative rights of different interest owners, to prevent pollution, and to provide safety in matters such as hydrogen sulfide. It oversees hazardous materials pipelines and natural gas pipelines and distribution systems as well as propane, butane, compressed natural gas, and liquefied natural gas. It works to make sure a continuous, safe supply of natural gas is available to Texas consumers at the lowest reasonable price. Additionally, the Commission regulates surface mining for coal, uranium, and iron ore gravel, and conducts a program for reclaiming lands that were mined and abandoned before 1975.

The Railroad Commission of Texas had its origin in the demands of the shipping public in the late 1880s that insisted that railroads be subject to regulation based on public interest. An advocate for governmental regulation, Attorney General James Stephen Hogg ran for Governor in 1890 with the issue of railroad regulation as the focal point of the campaign. Hogg was elected Governor in the general election and the voters also approved an amendment to Article X, Section 2 of the Texas Constitution that empowered the Legislature to enact statutes creating regulatory agencies. These elections paved the way for the Legislature to enact on April 3, 1891 "An Act to Establish a Railroad Commission of the State of Texas," that later was placed in the Texas Revised Civil Statutes under article 6444 et seq. (House Bills 1, 3, and 58, 22nd Texas Legislature, Regular Session).

The Commission originally consisted of three members appointed by the Governor for three-year terms. Governor Hogg appointed the first three Commissioners in 1891 including John H. Reagan, who resigned as U.S. Senator from Texas to serve as the first Chairman. The Texas Constitution, Article XIX, Section 30 was amended in 1894 to provide for elective six-year overlapping terms for the Commissioners. That same year John H. Reagan was elected and served until his retirement in 1903.

The Texas Railroad Commission was the first regulatory agency created in the State of Texas and originally had jurisdiction over the rates and operations of railroads, terminals, wharves and express companies. The legal focus was on intrastate passenger and freight activities. Interstate jurisdiction fell under the U.S. Interstate Commerce Commission. For the first twenty-five years of its existence, the Railroad Commission was largely concerned with regulating railroads, setting rates, receiving complaints, and making investigations. As other controversies arose where the Legislature deemed that the public interest could best be served by regulation, additional duties were assigned to the Railroad Commission.

The Railroad Commission's authority was broadened beginning in 1917 with the passage of the Pipeline Petroleum Law (Senate Bill 68, 35th Legislature, Regular Session) that declared pipelines to be common carriers like railroads and placed them under the Commission's jurisdiction. This was the first act to designate the Railroad Commission as the agency to administer conservation laws relating to oil and gas. The Commission's regulatory and enforcement powers in oil and gas were increased by the Oil and Gas Conservation Law (Senate Bill 350 of the 36th Legislature, Regular Session), effective June 18, 1919. This act gave the Railroad Commission jurisdiction to regulate the production of oil and gas. Acting upon this legislation, the Commission adopted in 1919 the first statewide rules regulating the oil and gas industry to promote conservation and safety, including Rule 37. This rule requires minimum distances between wells at drilling sites in order to protect field pressure and correlative rights.

The Oil and Gas Division works to prevent the waste of oil, gas, and geothermal resources and to prevent the pollution of fresh water from oil and gas operations. The division holds statewide hearings on market demand and provides for equitable production among operators by establishing monthly production allowables. It issues drilling permits, reviews and approves oil and gas well completions, collects data on oil and gas operations, and promotes public safety. It also protects underground drinking water through regulation of the underground injection of fluids in oil field operations, a program approved by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency under the Federal Safe Drinking Water Act. It oversees well plugging operations, site remediation, underground hydrocarbon storage, hazardous waste management, and maintains a large amount of data on wells - their location, production, etc. The division also investigates complaints and conducts other investigations. This division maintains 10 district offices where field enforcement and support personnel monitor oil and gas operations. The commission does not have the authority to set oil and gas prices at the wellhead. The departments within the Oil and Gas Division are: Administration, Technical Permitting, Field Operations, Administrative Compliance, and the Oil Field Cleanup Program, which includes Site Remediation and Well Plugging.

(Sources: Guide to Texas State Agencies, various editions; general laws and statutes; the Railroad Commission website (http://www.rrc.state.tx.us/about/index.php), accessed on February 9, 2009; and the records themselves.)


Scope and Contents of the Records

The Railroad Commission of Texas regulates the oil and gas industry to prevent the waste of resources and to protect property rights and the environment. These are plat maps of oil and gas leases or fields and survey maps. The maps and plats were submitted to the RRC by operators and maintained by the Commission because of information they contain about oil and gas wells in the state. Some maps are accompanied by correspondence about the leases, drilling operations, acreage assigned to specific wells or related topics; some have affidavits attached. Also present are notices of change in lease ownership or operators, and in a few files are potential test forms for wells. Dates covered are about 1930 to 1960, bulk 1941-1954. Correspondence is usually with oil and gas operators or drilling companies. Some of the plat maps are certified, giving the date the plat was drawn, the survey, field name, county, operator, acres shown, and number of acres in the lease. Items shown on the survey and other plat maps are generally oil, gas, and water well locations; oil/gas lease and field boundaries; land and/or lease owners; cities and towns; and rivers and creeks. The maps often contain notes about the wells. Most of the maps were drawn by local surveyors and cover specific leases or oil/gas fields. Size of the fields or leases vary, they could cover several counties or just a small part of one county. The bulk of the material in these records are maps, most being legal size or smaller, a few are larger. The plats/maps were not done by the Railroad Commission but were sent to them by operators with various other records, such as applications for drilling permits. The Commission retained these plats and maps as a source of well data and related information. This series contains files for district 8 (covering West Texas), district 10 (covering the Panhandle), and a few maps for district 4 (covering South Texas). Remaining plat files, if they still exist, are at the Railroad Commission. Drilling permits and applications are on file at the Railroad Commission, in the records section of the Oil and Gas Division.

This series is split into two separate finding aids due to the electronic file size limitations imposed by the online finding aid web site (TARO). If you are reading this electronically, click on the following link to access the finding aid for part I of this series - Railroad Commission oil and gas plats, Part I (District Eight files, A-Pe). If you are reading this in paper, Part I of this series can be found in a separate divider within this binder

This finding aid describes a single series of the Railroad Commission of Texas records. See Railroad Commission of Texas: An Overview of Records for more records series.

To prepare this inventory, the described materials were cursorily reviewed to delineate series, to confirm the accuracy of contents lists, to provide an estimate of dates covered, and to determine record types.


 

Arrangement of the Records

These records are arranged by district, then alphabetically by name of the field, then by the oil or gas operators working in that field. Records within the large Panhandle field are arranged by county, then operator. Obvious misfilings were corrected by State Archives staff, otherwise the files remain in the order received from the agency. Materials within the folders are generally in reverse chronological order.

Restrictions

Restrictions on Access

Materials housed in the State Archives do not circulate, but may be used in the State Archives search room. Materials will be retrieved from and returned to storage areas by staff members.

Restrictions on Use

Most records created by Texas state agencies are not copyrighted and may be freely used in any way. State records also include materials received by, not created by, state agencies. Copyright remains with the creator. The researcher is responsible for complying with U.S. Copyright Law (Title 17 U.S.C.).

Technical Requirements

Some of the maps are too large to photocopy.


Index Terms

The terms listed here were used to catalog the records. The terms can be used to find similar or related records.
Subjects:
Petroleum industry and trade--Texas.
Gas industry--Texas.
Oil fields--Texas.
Gas fields--Texas.
Document Types:
Plats--Texas--Oil fields--1938-1960.
Plats--Texas--Gas fields--1938-1960.
Correspondence--Texas--Petroleum industry and trade--1941-1954.
Correspondence--Texas--Gas industry--1941-1954.
Functions:
Regulating the petroleum industry.
Regulating the gas industry.

Related Material

The following materials are offered as possible sources of further information on the agencies and subjects covered by the records. The listing is not exhaustive.

Texas State Archives
James Harvey Holdeman Papers, 1879-1965 (bulk 1920-1950), 1.41 cubic ft., 578 maps, 3 photographs
Railroad Commission Oil and Gas Division, Correspondence and reports, 1890-1943 (bulk 1919-1935), 39.2 cubic ft.
Railroad Commission of Texas, Oil and Gas Division, Panhandle reports, 1930-1939, approximately 2 cubic ft. [There is no finding aid for this unprocessed collection. Call numbers are 2002/003-44 and 45.]

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

(Identify the item), Railroad Commission oil and gas plats. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.

Accession Information

Accession number: 2002/003

These records were transferred to the Archives and Information Services Division of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission by the Railroad Commission of Texas on September 5, 2001.

Processing Information

Processed by Laura K. Saegert, August 2005

DACS compliance by Laura K. Saegert, February 2009.

Appraisal Information

These records were appraised as archival on March 16, 2001 as part of an agency wide appraisal of the Railroad Commission of Texas. This is one of 72 series appraised as archival, 20 of which were old records not found on the agency's records retention schedule, including this series. A copy of the report can be found online at http://www.tsl.state.tx.us/arc/appraisal/rrc1.html, a paper copy is also available in the State Archives search room.

Other Formats for the Records

According to staff in the Oil and Gas Division, much, but not all, of the well information is in the Railroad Commission's Computerized Well Location Maps Information System (http://www.rrc.state.tx.us/forms/maps/index.php). Mapping data sets are taken from the RRC's Geographic Information System. Maps and reports of well information can be ordered online through this system.


Detailed Description of the Records

 

Railroad Commission oil and gas plats: Part II, about 1930-1960, bulk 1941-1954,
28.24 cubic ft.

District Eight files
[Files are arranged by field, then by operator. Some of the field names are further divided by what appears to be geological divisions (soil strata - types of sand, etc.) or a depth of drilling (6700', etc.)]
Box
2002/003-16 P.H.D. Field
Clifton Thomas, et al, 1953-1954
Honolulu Oil Corporation, 1945-1953
Honolulu-Warren, 1944-1954
La Grace Oil Company, 1954
Leland F. Long, 1954
Leonie Oil Company, 1953-1954
Paul Musslewhite, 1954
Plymouth Oil Company, 1954
Sunniland Oil Company, 1953
Clifton Thomas, et al, 1953
Western Drilling Company, 1954
Polar East (Pennsylvanian) Field
Humble Oil and Refining Company, 1952
Kewanee Oil Company, 1950-1954
Polar North (Ellenberger) Field
Star Oil Company, 1950
Poncho-Mag (Canyon Lime) Field
R. Maguire, 1954
Post Field
Dr. Sam G. Dunn, 1954
[2 folders]
Prentice Field
Argo Oil Corporation, 1954
Cabot Carbon Company, 1951-1953
A.W. Cherry, 1952-1953
Great Western Drilling Company, 1953-1954
Chrismann and Wellborn, 1952-1954
Headwaters Oil Company, 1954
Honolulu Oil Corporation, 1953-1954
Honolulu Oil Corporation, 1952-1953
Kay Kimbell Oil and Gas Division, 1953
Joseph I. O'Neill, Jr., et al, 1953
Placid Oil Company, 1953-1954
San Jacinto Petroleum Corporation, 1953
Shell Oil Company, 1953
Sinclair Oil and Gas Company, 1954
Tennessee Production Company, 1951-1954
Western Drilling Company, 1953-1954
Prentice (6700') Field
Cabot Carbon Company, 1951-1953
A.W. Cherry, 1953
Honolulu Oil Corporation, 1951-1954
Christmann and Welborn, 1954
Joseph I. O'Neill, Jr., et al, 1954
Placid Oil Company, 1954
J.A. Humphrey, et al, 1952-1953
J.D. Hunter, Trustee, 1953-1954
K. and H. Operating Company, 1952
Kay Kimbrell, 1953-1954
Mid-West Oil Corporation, 1952-1953
Shell Oil Company, 1952-1953
San Jacinto Petroleum Corporation, 1953
Tennessee Production Company, 1952-1954
Prichard (Devonian) Field
Anderson-Prichard Oil Corporation, 1953-1954
Continental Oil Company, 1953
Phillips Petroleum Company, 1954
J.R. Sharp, Inc., 1953
Quito (Delaware Sand) Field
Argo Oil Corporation, 1953-1954
Texas Pacific Coal and Oil Company, 1954
Ollie P. Anderson, 1954
Humble Oil and Refining Company, 1954
Red Bluff (Delaware) Field
Jay H. Floyd, 1952
Red Fork (Mississippian) Field
Rowan Drilling Company, 1953
Regan (Delaware) Field
Ken Regan, 1954
Reinecke Field
R.W. Baxter, 1950
Chapman and McFarland, 1950-1951
Cosden Petroleum Corporation, 1950
D.D. Feldman Oil and Gas, 1952
Great Western Drilling Company, 1950-1951
Heep Oil Corporation, et al, 1950-1952
Heyser and Heard, 1950
George P. Livermore, Inc., 1950
Magnolia Petroleum Company, 1950-1951
Russell Maguire, 1954
Joseph T. O'Neill, Jr., et al, 1950-1951
Pan American Production Company, 1950
P.R. Rutherford and Sons, 1951
Rutherford and Heep, 1950-1951
Southern Petroleum Exploration, Inc., 1950
Standard Oil Company of Texas, 1950-1951
Reinecke (Wolfcamp) Field
Cosden Petroleum Corp, 1954
Rhodes Field
General, 1941
Atlantic Refining Company, 1941, 1953
Warren-Bradshaw Exploration Company, 1944, 1953
Riley North Field
A. A. Cameron, 1952-1953
Cascade Petroleum Company, 1953
Christensen and Matthews, 1949-1953
DeKalb Agricultural Association, 1952-1954
Honolulu Oil Corporation, 1947-1948
Honolulu Oil Corporation - Union Oil Company of California, 1952
William Herbert Hunt, Trust Estate, 1949-1951
Los Nietos Company, 1949-1953
Los Nietos and Honolulu Oil Corporation, 1953
Ralph Lowe, 1949-1952
Magnolia Petroleum Company, 1948-1953
Sinclair Oil and Gas Company, 1951-1952
Skelly Oil Company, 1949-1951
Superior Oil Company, 1952
Robertson Field
Anderson-Prichard Oil Corporation, 1949
Duncan Drilling Company, 1952
Samedan Oil Corporation, 1946-1953
Shell Oil Company, 1952-1954
The Texas Company, 1942-1953
Robertson (Lower Clearfork) Field
Samedan Oil Corporation, 1953
Shell Oil Company, 1953-1954
Rocker A Field
R.S. Anderson, 1953-1954
Union Oil Company of California, 1952
Rocker A South Field
R. S. Anderson, et al, 1953
Ropes Field
Honolulu Oil Corporation, 1950-1952
Ropes North (Wichita Albany) Field
Standard Oil Company, 1954
Ropes West Field
Shell Oil Company, 1954
Ross Ranch Field
General, 1946
Russell Field
General [empty]
Argo Oil Corporation, 1953
C.U. Bay and King, Warren and Dye, 1946, 1953-1954
Bay Petroleum Company and King, Warren and Dye, 1946, 1952
Magnolia Petroleum Company, 1951-1954
Magnolia Petroleum Company, 1946-1951
Shell Oil Company, 1945-1954
The Texas Company, 1952-1954
Russell (6000') Field
Shell Oil Company, 1954
Russell (7000') Field
Argo Oil Corporation, 1954
Magnolia Petroelum Company, 1953
Shell Oil Company, 1954
Russell (7000' - Clearfork) Field
Shell Oil Company, 1954
The Texas Company, 1954
Russell North (Devonian) Field
Cities Service Oil Company, 1951
Magnolia Petroleum Company, 1953-1954
Shell Oil Company, 1951-1954
Sun Oil Company, 1953-1954
Williamson and Hawkins, 1954
Rustler Hills [empty]
Salt Creek Field
General Crude Oil:
1951
1950-1951
1950
Box
2002/003-17 Estill S. Heyser, Jr., 1950-1952
General Crude Oil Company, file no. 1, 1951-1954
[2 folders]
General Crude Oil Company, file no. 2, 1950-1953
[4 folders]
Humble Oil and Refining Company, 1950, 1954
Kewanee Oil Company, 1951-1952
Superior Oil Company, 1951-1952
Salt Creek South (Lower Permian) Field
General Crude Oil Company, 1953-1954
Sand Hills (Ellenberger) Field
Gulf Oil Corporation, 1945
Sand Hills (Permian) Field
General, 1941
American Liberty Oil Company, 1941
Atlantic Refining Company, 1944-1954
R.P. Baldwin and Robert M. Bass, 1952-1953
Sinclair Oil Company, 1941
Sand Hills (Tubb) Field
F.A. Callery, et al, 1945
Gulf Oil Corporation:
1950-1954
1947-1950
1944-1947
Humble Oil and Refining Company, 1941-1953
Lario Oil Company, 1943-1944
Magnolia Petroleum Company, 1943-1951
Ohio Oil Company, 1945, 1954
Phillips Petroleum Company, 1948-1949
Samedan Oil Corporation, 1944-1951
Schermerhorn Oil Corporation, 1944
Shell Oil Company, 1942-1954
Skelly Oil Company, 1944, 1950
Tide Water Associated Oil Company, 1951
Sand Hills (McKnight) Field
General, 1936
W.H. Black, 1954
W.H. Black, 1952
Bandini Petroleum Company, 1953
Samedan Oil Corporation, 1951
R.F. Windfohr, 1951-1954
Sand Hills (Ordovician) Field
American Liberty Oil Company, 1940-1941
Atlantic Refining Company, 1942
Continental Oil Company, 1941
Gulf Oil Corporation, 1941-1954
Sand Hills West Tubb Field
Gulf Oil Corporation, 1952-1954
Sara-Mag (Canyon Reef) Field
Russell McGuire, 1954
P.R. Rutherford, 1954
P.R. Rutherford, et al, 1954
Sara-Mag (Palo Pinto) Field
Russell McGuire, 1954
Scarborough Field
Richardson Oils, Inc., 1949-1950
Scarborough North Field
Blount Drilling Company, 1948
Tide Water Associated Oil Company, 1948
Schattel Field [empty]
Scott Field
Texas Crude Oil Company, 1953
Scott (Delaware) Field
Continental Oil Company, 1953
Seminole Field
General, ca. 1940
Amerada Petroleum Corporation, 1940-1953
Amerada-Humble, 1940
Atlantic Refining Company, 1940-1944
Harry W. Bass, 1940, 1944
C.U. Bay, 1943-1944
John L. Cox, 1954
D.L. Dorland, 1950, 1953
Jay H. Floyd, 1953
General American Oil Company, 1940-1941
G.E. Hall Special, 1940
Henderson and McMillian, 1947-1948
Humble Oil and Refining Company, 1940
Mabee Oil and Gas Company, 1941-1942
Magnolia Petroleum Company, 1940-1954
J.G. McMillian, 1949
Ohio Oil Company, 1940
Shell Oil Company, 1940
Skelly Oil Company, 1940
Texas Pacific Coal and Oil Company, 1940-1941
Seminole (San Andres) Field
Jay H. Floyd, 1953
Seminole - San Angelo Field
Amerada Petroleum Corporation, 1952
Atlantic Refining Company, 1951
Magnolia Petroleum Company, 1952
Skelly Oil Company, 1951-1952
Shafter Lake (Clearfork) Field
George Frankel, 1948
Phillips Petroleum Company, 1948, 1953
Shafter Lake (Devonian) Field
Cities Service Oil Company, 1949-1951
Cities Service Oil Company, 1948-1949
Frank and George Frankel, 1950
Gulf Oil Corporation, 1948-1954
Phillips Petroleum Company, 1948-1950
Sinclair Oil and Gas Company, 1950-1954
Stanolind Oil and Gas Company, 1950
Superior Oil Company, 1950-1953
Texas Pacific Coal and Oil Company, 1949-1950
Shafter Lake (San Andres) Field
E.A. Anguish, 1954
Sam D. Ares, 1954
The Atlantic Refining Company, 1954
B.B. Carter Drilling Company, 1954
Cities Service Oil Company, et al, 1954
E. Constantine, Jr., 1954
Hamman Oil and Refining Company, 1954
Hanco Oil and Gas Company, Ltd., 1954
Humble Oil and Refining Company, 1954
F. Kirk Johnson, 1954
Ralph Lowe, 1954
Magnolia Petroleum Company, 1954
Magnolia Petroleum Company, 1954
J.C. Maxwell, 1954
Midwest Oil Corporation, 1954
Phillips Petroleum Company, 1954
H. Bryan Puff, 1954
Sun Oil Company, 1954
The Texas Company, 1954
White Eagle Oil Company, 1954
Shafter Lake East (Pennsylvanian) Field
Cities Service Oil Company and Sinclair Oil Company, 1951
Shafter Lake North (San Andres) Field
Tobe Foster, 1952-1953
Shafter Lake (Wolfcamp) Field
Cities Service Oil Company, 1948-1951
Gulf Oil Corporation, 1949-1952
Sinclair Oil and Gas Company, 1953-1954
Shafter Lake (Yates) Field
J.C. Barnes, 1952
Cabot Carbon Company, 1953
Cosden Petroleum Corporation, 1953
Cities Service Oil Company, 1953-1954
Cosden Petroleum Corporation, 1953
Falcon Oil Company, 1954
Lone Star Producing Company, 1954
Box
2002/003-18 Tobe Foster, 1952-1953
Frank and George Frankel, 1952
Magnolia Petroleum Company, 1953
T.H. McElvain, 1954
Phillips Petroleum Company, 1952
H. Bryan Poff, 1952-1953
Shell Oil Company, 1953
Fred W. Shield, 1952
Sinclair Oil and Gas Company, 1954
Superior Oil Company, 1952
Sharon Ridge Field
General, 1941, 1946
George S. Allison Oil Account, 1941
American Trading and Production Corporation, 1946
Anderson Drilling Company, 1941
Arcadia Refining Company, 1947
Jas. H. Beall, Jr., 1942-1947
B.R.S. Oil Company, 1941
Big Tex Oil Company, 1941, 1951
Blue Streak Oil Company, 1941
Bond Oil Corporation, et al, 1948-1949
Coffield and Guthrie, Inc., 1941-1952
Clyde Crabb and D.D. Thomas, 1946
Creslenn Oil Company, 1947-1952
D. and R. Oil Company, 1941
Delta Oil Company, 1953
Dennis and Dennis, 1946
C.L. Echols, 1941-1954
Jackson Ellis, 1948, 1953
Leo D. Ellis, 1948-1952
W.M. Fentress, 1941
A.R. Forester, 1941
Frost and Wheeler, 1941
Four W. Oil Company, 1946
Gibson Oil Corporation, 1941
Roy D. Golston, 1949
E.J. Grey, 1946-1953
C.W. Evans, 1941
Helmerich and Payne, Inc., 1941
Marvin Hill Motor Company, 1947-1951
T.A. Kirk, et al, 1950
H.C. Lockhart, 1947-1951
Magnolia Petroleum Company, 1947-1952
Magnolia Petroleum Company, 1941-1947
Martin Properties, 1941-1942
C.T. McLaughlin, 1948-1953
F.W. Merrick, 1941
Midland Oil Corporation, 1948-1950
P.J. Morgan, 1941-1950
Neely and Neely, 1941-1949
Ordovician Oil Company and Pearson and Sibert Oil Company, 1941
Roy M. Pair, 1948-1949
Prater and Shelton, 1948
Prior and Prior, 1948-1953
W. H. Riddle, 1947
S.B. Roberts, 1945-1952
Robertson and McKissick, 1946
R-Y Oil Company, 1941-1948
R.E. Smith, 1948-1951
Snowden Oil and Gas Company, Ltd., 1945-1946
Staley Oil Company, 1941
J.B. Stoddard, 1941
R.L. Wheelock, 1947
D.D. Thomas, et al, 1947
W.A. Wagoner, 1941
Sharon Ridge (Canyon) Field
Lowry, et al, 1949-1951
Pearson-Sibert and Cities Service Company, 1949-1950
Sharon Ridge (Clearfork) Field
D.R. Oil Company, 1952
Magnolia Petroleum Company, 1952
Magnolia Petroleum Company, 1951-1952
C.T. McLaughlin, 1951-1952
John R. Less, et al, 1951
R.Y. Oil Company, 1951
Robinson Drilling Company, 1952-1953
W.C. Russell, 1953
Sharon Ridge (1700') Field
Burdell Oil Company, 1948-1952
William Burlingham III Trust, 1950-1951
Creslenn Oil Company, 1954
Delta Oil Company, 1946-1954
Paul deCleva, 1954
Leo D. Ellis and E.J. Gray, 1951
Ellis Drilling Corporation, 1947-1954
Empire Oil Company of Texas, 1946-1948
J.P. Nahos, 1954
The Ibex Company and M.E. Daniel, 1946-1950
The Ibex Company and G.H. Hayward, 1951
Jefferson Standard Like Insurance Company, 1954
Carl Johnston, 1948
Jones and Roberts, 1951-1953
K.W.G., 1953
Keystone Petroleum Company, 1948
Lemay Oil Company, 1948-1953
Forrest C. Lattner, 1947-1953
E.J. Gray, 1948-1953
Lynch Oil Company and Schkade Drilling Company, 1948
Lyle Cashion Company, 1948, 1953
R.P. Lyons, 1950
C.T. McLaughlin, 1954
Robert W. McKissick, 1953
Robert W. McKissick, 1947-1952
Marvel Production Company, 1949-1954
Magnolia Petroleum Company, 1953
Michael Matise, 1952-1953
C.T. McLaughlin, 1953
Midland Southwestern Oil Company, 1950
Moore and Dobkins, 1951-1952
Ruth Newton, 1952
Oil Well Drilling Company, 1951
Patton Oil Company, 1950
Permian Drilling Corporation, 1948-1952
H.M. Prior, 1953
Prior and Bright, 1952
A.F. Roberts, Jr., 1947, 1953
A.F. Roberts, Jr., and Charles Adams, Jr., 1949-1953
French M. Robertson, 1954
Rube and B.L. McKinley, 1953
Henry Sayles, 1950-1956
Henry Sayles, Jr., 1950, 1953
D.E. Schkade, 1948
Simpson and Echols, 1950
Clifton Thomas, 1953
R.F. Townsend, 1954
R.F. Townsend, Trustee, 1947-1952
R.F. Townsend, and R.H. Ratliff, 1946-1949
Weiner and Hayward, 1950
Wake Oil Company, 1948
I. Weiner, 1949-1952
I. Weiner and G.H. Hayward, 1949-1953
Sharon Ridge (2400') Field
Burdell Oil Company, 1953
Citizens National Bank, Trustee, 1950-1952
H. C. Denson, 1952-1953
Heimerich and Payne, Inc., 1952
Lasiter Drilling Company, 1948-1949
John R. Less, et al, 1951
Pearson-Sibert Oil Company of Texas, 1951
Harley Sadler, et al, 1950
Three States Natural Gas Company, 1942-1944, 1952
Shearer Field
Childress Royalty Company, 1952
Shipley Field
Luce and Ice, 1953
Jas. H. Snowden, 1946
Stanolind Oil and Gas Company, 1953
Shipley (Silurian) Field
General [empty]
Buffalo Oil Company, 1951
Gulf Oil Corporation, 1941
Slaughter Field
General, 1938-1942
Andrew A. Bradford, 1943
Anderson Prichard Oil Corporation, 1941-1942
Atlantic Refining Company, 1940-1949
Ballard and Cody, 1945
Bass and Dillard, 1940-1948
Bay Petroleum Company, 1943-1944
Big Chief Drilling Company, 1948-1952
Big Oil Company, 1942, 1951
Blackwood and Nichols Company, 1951-1952
British American Oil Producing Company, 1944
H.L. Cain and Homer Maxey, 1949
E.P. Campbell and F.R. Jackson, 1952-1953
Cascade Petroleum Company, 1941, 1948
Cities Producing Company, 1943-1951
Cities Producing Company, 1948
Clark and Canon, 1948
S.E. Cone, 1941, 1949
E. Constantin, Jr., 1943-1953
J. Constantin, et al, 1945-1947
Continental Oil Company, 1943-1950
Edwin B. Cox and Jake L. Harmon, 1949
Box
2002/003-19 Drilling and Exploration Company, Inc., 1953-1954
DeKalb Agricultural Association, 1942
Sam G. Dunn, 1949-1953
Leland Fikes, 1949
E.E. Fogelson, 1939
E.E. Fogelson, et al, 1943-1953
General American Oil Company, 1950-1951
Grappe-Denton, Inc., 1949
Great Western Drilling Company, 1941-1954
Great Western Producers, Inc., 1947-1953
Gulf Oil Corporation, 1938-1948
H.J. Heartwell, 1949
Harold H. Hamilton, 1951
H.A. Hedberg, 1941
Honolulu Oil Corporation, 1948-1953
Honolulu Oil Corporation, 1944-1948
Humble Oil and Refining Company, 1942-1950
F.R. Jackson and E.P. Campbell, 1953-1954
Kewanee Oil Company, 1948-1951
P.L. Lawlis, 1939
Lido Petroleum Corporation, 1943
Magnolia Petroleum Company:
1950-1954
1947-1950
1940-1947
Mar-Texas Oil and Gas Company, 1941-1953
McCutchin Drilling Company, 1946-1947
Alex McCutchin, 1945-1947
Alex McCutchin, 1945
Don McDonald, 1943
Mid-Continent Petroleum Corporation, 1941-1948
Mid-Continent Petroleum Corporation, 1946-1947
Milhoan Producing Company, 1941
Moncrief-Hope-Crosby and Teas, 1949
T.F. Morrow, 1943-1945
H.S. Moss Petroleum Company, 1949
J.W. Murchinson, 1942
Naro Oil Corporation, 1944
Pratt Hewitt Company, 1945
Prattin Production Company, 1948-1949
Plymouth Oil Company, 1947
Sid W. Richardson:
1948-1949
1941-1948
1938-1941
Stanolind Oil and Gas Company:
1953-1954
1948-1952
1942-1947
1940-1945
M.C. Starkey, et al, 1944
Starnes and Fetty, 1951
Sunray Oil Company, 1943-1944
Superior Oil Company, 1942-1943
Texas Canadian Oil Corporation, 1945, 1952
Texas Company, 1938-1953
Texas Gulf Producing Company, 1945
Texas Pacific Coal and Oil Company, 1948-1949
Texas Pacific Coal and Oil Company, 1944-1948
Texmass Petroleum Company, 1946
Tide Water Associated Oil Company, 1942-1949
Trinity Drilling Company, 1944, 1950-1951
Uscan Drilling Company, 1941
Warren-Bradshaw Exploration Company, 1950-1954
Warren Petroleum Company, 1941-1952
Warren Petroleum Company, 1939-1941
Western Drilling Company, Inc.:
1952-1953
1952
1952
1952
Box
2002/003-20 W.J. Richardson, 1941
Sawnie Robertson, 1952
Rowan Drilling Company, 1940
S. and S. Oil Company, 1949-1952
San Andres Production Company, 1941-1945
J.R. Sharp, 1941
Sinclair Oil and Gas Company, 1944
Skelly Oil Company, 1940-1944
Star Oil Company, 1949
Western States Gasoline Corporation, 1943
Whittington Brothers, 1941-1949
Wise and Hawkins, 1948
G.W. Whittington, agent, and Sid W. Richardson, Inc., 1949
L.G. Yarborough and Son and W.A. Phillips, 1947
Yoakum County Gas Company, 1949
SMS (Canyon Sand) Field
Blanco Oil Company, 1954
Bright and Schiff, 1954
Honolulu Oil Corporation, 1954
Kewanee Oil Company, 1954
Newman Brothers Drilling Company, 1954
Stanolind Oil and Gas Company, 1954
Sunray Oil Corporation, 1954
Superior Oil Company, 1954
Warren Petroleum Corporation, 1954
Smyer Field
DeKalb Agricultural Association, Inc., 1948-1949
Great Western Drilling Company, 1948-1951
Honolulu Oil Corporation, 1949-1951
Smith (Clearfork) Field
Ralph E. Fair, Inc. and Woodward and Company, 1951
Smith (Sprayberry) Field
Standard Oil and Gas Company of Texas, 1951-1952
Snowden (Sprayberry) Field
Jay Simmons, 1951-1952
James H. Snowden, et al, 1951
Snyder Field
Fleming Oil Company, 1952-1954
Sawnie Robertson, 1954
Warren and Bradshaw Exploration Company, 1954
Snyder North (Strawn) Field
Claude B. Hanill, 1950
R.M. Pair, 1949
Skelly Oil Company, 1950-1954
Sunray Oil Corporation, 1949-1953
Tide Water Associated Oil Company, 1953
Snyder North (Strawn - Zone A) Field
William G. and Ralph A. Johnston, 1953
Snyder North (Strawn - Zone B) Field
Herman Brown, 1950
Standard Oil Company of Texas, 1950-1951
Sun Oil Company, 1950, 1954
Snyder North (Strawn - Zone C) Field
L.H. Armer, 1950
Cities Service Oil Company, 1951
Standard Oil Company of Texas, 1950
The Texas Company, 1951
Warren Petroleum Corporation, 1951-1952
Spade Field
Humble Oil and Refining Company [empty]
Spade (Mississippian) Field
Austrailia Oil Exploration Company, Inc., 1952
Spencer Field
General, 1941
Floyd C. Ramsey, 1951
H.G. Spiller, 1952
Stanolind Oil and Gas Company, 1941-1943
The Texas Company, 1942
Sparenberg (Pennsylvanian) Field
Sunray Oil Corporation, 1951
Spires Field
Sunray Oil Corporation, 1950
Sprayberry Field
Seaboard Oil Company of Delaware, 1953
Sprayberry Deep Field
Seaboard Oil Company, et al, 1951-1954
Seaboard Oil Company of Delaware, et al, 1950-1951
Sprayberry Deep West
Seaboard Oil Company, et al, 1952-1954
Sprayberry Deep West (Pennsylvanian) Field
Seaboard Oil Company, et al, 1954
Sprayberry Deep West (Lower Sprayberry) Field
Seaboard Oil Company, et al, 1954
Sprayberry Trend Field
General, about 1952
Allred, Ashland, Tankers, Inc., 1951-1952
Atlantic Refining Company, 1951-1954
Atlantic Refining Company, 1951-1952
Fred M. Allison, 1951
Amerada Petroleum Corporation, 1951-1953
Amerada Petroleum Corporation, 1951
American Republics Corporation, 1951-1953
Anderson-Prichard Oil Corporation, 1952-1953
Argo Oil Corporation, 1951-1953
Ashland Oil and Refining Company, 1952-1954
Ashland Oil and Refining Company, 1951-1952
Atlantic Refining Company, 1953
Aurora Gasoline Company, 1952
Barnett and Rector, 1950-1953
John A. Barnett, 1952-1953
John A. Barnett and Ashland Oil and Refining Company, 1953
Barnett and Ashland, 1952
Barnett and Hanson, 1951-1952
Paul F. Barnhart, 1951-1953
Carlton Beal, 1951
Big Chief Drilling Company, 1952
British American Producing Company, 1954
Cabot Carbon Company, 1951
Cosden Petroleum Corporation, 1953-1954
Cumberland and Weiner, 1950-1951
Davison, Wallace, Rutter and Wilbanks, 1951-1953
DeKalb Agricultural Association, Inc., 1951-1952
Den-Tex Oil Company, 1951
El Capitan Oil Company, 1947-1952
Leland Fikes, 1951
Jay H. Floyd and A.N. Hendrickson, 1950-1951
Jay H. Floyd, 1951-1952
E.E. Fogelson, 1952
Forest Oil Corporation, 1951-1953
Frank and George Frankel, 1951
Fryer and Hanson Drilling Company, 1952
B.C. Gamble, 1953
Garrett Production Company, 1951-1953
Glendale Oil Corporation, 1950-1951
Goldston Oil Corporation, 1952-1953
Joseph S. Gruss, 1954
Gulf Oil Corporation, 1951-1954
The Hanley Company, 1952-1953
Hassle Hunt Trustee Estate, 1952
A.N. Hendrickson, 1951-1952
A.N. Hendrickson and Jay H. Floyd, 1951
Humble Oil and Refining Company, 1952-1954
Humble Oil and Refining Company, 1951-1952
G.E, Karlen, 1952
Kerr-McGee Oil Industries, 1952
Harry B. Lake, et al, 1949-1951
Lomax Brothers Production Company, 1952
Henry March, 1950
J. Howard Marshall, 1951-1952
McElroy Ranch Company, 1954
B.L. McFarland, Inc., 1951
Magnolia Petroleum Company:
1953-1954
1953
Box
2002/003-21 Magnolia Petroleum Company:
1952-1954
1951-1952
1951-1952
1951-1952
Mendola Oil Company, 1952
Mid-Continent Petroleum Company, 1952-1953
Murphy Corporation, 1952-1953
E.W. Pauley, 1950-1953
Phillips Petroleum Company:
1951-1954
1952-1953
1951-1952
Placid Oil Company, 1951-1952
Republic National Gas Company, 1951-1954
Gustave Ring, 1950-1952
Walter T. Rosen, 1950
Joed Rosenthal, 1950-1951
John Rosenthal, 1950-1951
Hubbard S. Russell, et al, 1951
Seaboard Oil Company, 1952-1954
Seaboard Oil Company, 1951-1952
Sharples Oil Company, 1951-1952
Sinclair Oil and Gas Company, 1952
Sinclair Oil and Gas Company, 1951-1952
Skelly Oil Company, 1952-1953
James H. Snowden, et al, 1951-1953
Sohio Petroleum Company:
1953-1954
1951-1953
1951
Standard-Fryer, 1950
Sun Oil Company, 1951-1952
Sunray Oil Company, 1951
Superior Oil Company, 1951-1953
El Tee, 1950-1953
Tennessee Production Company, 1951-1952
Texas-Alberta Oil Corporation, 1950-1954
The Texas Company, 1952
Texas Crude Company, 1951-1953
Tide Water Associated Oil Company, 1952-1953
Tide Water Associated Oil Company, 1951-1953
Tokian Production Company, 1952-1953
Trebol Oil Company and E.G. Rodman,et al, 1951-1952
Trinity Production Company, 1951-1952
Union Oil Company of California, 1951-1952
Velma Petroleum Company, 1951-1952
Warren Petroleum Corporation, 1952-1953
Ted Weiner, 1949-1950
Ted Weiner, et al, 1950-1953
A.O. Wellman and Sons - Texas Crude Oil Company, 1954
Sprayberry West (Pennsylvanian) Field
Seaboard Oil Company, et al, 1953-1954
Stanton Field
Tide Water Associated Oil Company, 1951
Statex (Cisco Reef) Field
Fullerton Oil Company, 1953
Stanolind Oil and Gas Company, 1953
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Turner, Jr. and Lynn Durham, 1953
Union Oil Company of California, 1953-1954
Sweetie Peck (Devonian) Field
General American Oil Company, 1950-1951
Sweetie Peck (Ellenberger) Field
Benson-Montin, Inc., 1950
Gulf Oil Corporation, 1950-1951
Norwood Drilling Company, 1950
Sinclair Oil and Gas Company, 1950-1954
Sweetie Peck (Fusselman) Field
Benson-Montin, Inc., 1950
Sinclair Oil and Gas Company, 1953
Sweetie Peck (Pennsylvanian) Field
Benson-Montin, Inc., 1950
Gulf Oil Corporation, 1951
Hall and Hanley Oil Company, 1951-1952
C.W. Murchison, 1951
Norwood Drilling Company, 1950
Sinclair Oil and Gas Company, 1950-1952
Trebol Oil Company, 1950-1951
Sweetie Peck (Wolfcamp) Field
Benson-Montin, Inc., 1951
Norwood Drilling Company, 1951
Sinclair Oil and Gas Company, 1953
Tahoka (Pennsylvanian-Strawn-Lime) Field
Claude E. Heard and Estill S. Heyer, Jr., et al, 1953
Magnolia Petroleum Company, 1953
Tap (Pennsylvanian) Field
Shell Oil Company, 1953
Taylor Link Field
Beakley and Whiteside, 1946
Cardinal Oil Company, 1943
J.D. Lancaster, 1943-1945
William Wolf, 1951
TCI (San Andres) Field
E.M. Craig, 1953
Paul L. Davis, 1951
Richardson and Bass, 1949-1950
Terryon (Glorietta) Field
Joseph I. O'Neill, Jr., and Sharples Oil Corporation, 1954
Tex-Mex Field
Hanley Company, 1954
Hitchcock and Elder, 1951-1952
Midwestern Drilling Company, 1952
Texas Crude Company, 1954
Texu Area Field
Atlantic Refining Company, 1953
Three Bar Field
Cabot Carbon Company, 1954
Champion Refining Company, 1950
Humble Oil and Refining Company, 1950-1954
Stanolind Oil and Gas Company, 1950-1957
Superior Oil Company, 1950
The Texas Company, 1950
Tobe (Strawn) Field
Tobe Foster, 1953-1954
Tide Water Associated Oil Company, 1953
Tolborg Field
Helmerich and Payne, Inc., 1953
Herbert Schneider, 1954
Standard Oil Company of Texas, 1952
D.D. Thomas, et al, 1952-1954
Tokio South (Wolfcamp) Field
J.C. Barnes, 1953-1954
Humble Oil and Refining Company, 1954
Stanolind Oil and Gas Company, 1954
Triple N (Ellenberger) Field
Gulf Oil Corporation, 1952-1954
Skelly Oil Company, 1954
Triple N (McKnight) Field
Gulf Oil Corporation, 1953-1954
Tucker Field
George T. Abell, 1949-1950
Cabot Carbon Company, 1949-1950
Cities Service Oil Company, 1948-1950
Standard Oil Company of Texas, 1952
Tunstill Field
Clyde Barton, Receiver for West Texas Exploration Company, 1953
Louis Crouch, 1948-1952
Davis, McDaniel and Beecherl, 1950-1953
Douglas and McKinney, 1952-1953
M.A. Grisham, 1948-1949
Hill and Hill, Hanlon-Boyle, Inc., 1952
Box
2002/003-22 Hill and Hill:
1951-1952
1951
1948-1951
McDaniel and Beecherl, 1948-1953
Phillips Petroleum Company, 1948-1950
W.F. Strickland, 1953
Two States (San Andres) Field
Leland Fikes, et al, 1953
TXL (Devonian) Field
Atlantic Refining Company, 1947-1953
Cities Service Oil Company, 1945-1952
Cities Service Oil Company, 1945-1953
Continental Oil Company, 1947-1949
Mid-Continent Petroleum Corporation, 1945-1947
Phillips Petroleum Company, 1947-1953
Rowan Drilling Company, 1946-1947
Shell Oil Company, Inc., 1947-1951
Shell Oil Company and Arkansas Fuel Oil, 1947
Shell Oil Company and J.C. Barnes, 1946, 1948
Shell - Cities Service Oil Company, 1953
Shell - Cities Service Oil Company, 1945-1947
Sinclair Prairie Oil Company, 1947
Skelly Oil Company, 1945-1949
Superior Oil Company, 1945-1948
The Texas Company, 1945-1954
Tennessee Production Company, 1950, 1952
Trebol Oil Company, 1948
TXL (Clearfork) Field
Forest Oil Corporation, 1948-1949
H.R. Smith, et al, 1949
TXL (Ellenberger)
Atlantic Refining Company, 1945-1949
J.C. Barnes, 1947
Continental Oil Company, 1945-1947
Mid-Continent Petroleum Corporation, 1946, 1948
Ohio Oil Company, 1947-1948
Phillips Petroleum Company, 1947-1954
Phillips Petroleum Company, 1945-1947
Rowan Drilling Company, 1947
Shell Oil Company, Inc., 1945-1948
Shell - Cities Service Oil Company, 1945-1947
Skelly Oil Company, 1946-1947
Superior Oil Company, about 1947
The Texas Company, 1947-1948
TXL (San Andres) Field
Phillips Petroleum Company, 1952
TXL (Silurian) Field
Atlantic Refining Company, 1948
Cities Service Oil Company, 1954
Ohio Oil Company, 1952
Phillips Petroleum Company, 1952
Shell Oil Company, 1952
Skelly Oil Company, 1952
Superior Oil Company, 1952
TXL (Tubb) Field
Atlantic Refining Company, 1951
Brights and Schiff, 1954
Forest Oil Corporation, 1951
Phillips Petoleum Company, 1951
The Texas Company, 1951-1952
Texas Gulf Producing Company, 1951
TXL (Waddell) Field
Phillips Petroleum Company, 1953
Union Field
Shell Oil Company, 1944
Sunray Oil Company, 1943
University Block 9 (Devonian) Field
Atlantic Refining Company, 1954
Shell Oil Company, 1954
University Block 9 (Wolfcamp) Field
Atlantic Refining Company, 1953-1954
Shell Oil Company, 1954
Skelly Oil Company, 1953-1954
University Waddell (Devonian) Field
Gulf Oil Corporation, 1954
University Waddell (Waddell-Sand) Field
Gulf Oil Corporation, 1954
Vealmoor Field
L.H. Armer, Ray Oil Company and G.H. Chizum, 1950
L.H. Armer and Spartan Drilling Company, 1950
Crane Oil Company, 1952-1953
Jake L. Hamon and Edwin L. Cox, et al, 1950
Lowry, et al, 1950-1952
Magnolia Petroleum Company, 1952
Monterey Exploration Company, 1953
H.S. Moss, 1950
Seaboard Oil Company, 1950-1953
Seaboard Oil Company, 1949-1950
Spartan Drilling Company, 1950
Tokian Production Company, 1950
Velmoor (Cisco)
Seaboard Oil Company, et al, 1952
Velmoor East Field
Ada Oil Company, 1952
Amerada Petroleum Corporation, 1950
Amerada Petroleum Corporation, 1950
American Republics Corporation, 1951-1952
Highland Oil Company, 1950-1951
Lario Oil and Gas Company, 1950-1952
Norwood Drilling Company and Ashum and Hilliard, 1951
Rutherford, et al, 1950-1951
Skelly Oil Company, 1950-1954
Standard Oil Company of Texas, 1950-1954
Stanolind Oil and Gas Company, 1952
Sunray Oil Corporation, 1950-1953
Tide Water Associated Oil Company, 1950-1951
Vealmoor North Field
Seaboard Oil Company, 1954
Venus (Wolfcamp) Field
Anderson-Prichard Oil Corporation, 1954
Virey (Ellenberger) Field
Cities Production Company, 1954
Magnolia Petroleum Company, 1954
Virey (Pennsylvanian) Field
Cities Production Corporation, 1954
Magnolia Petroleum Company, 1954
Warren Petroleum Corporation, 1954
Von Roeder Field
Amerada Petroleum Corporation, 1950-1951
Magnolia Petroleum Company, 1950-1953
Phillips Petroleum Company, 1951-1953
Shell Oil Company, et al, 1951-1952
Skelly Oil Company, 1950-1951
Sunray Oil Corporation, 1950
Trebol Oil Company, Redman, et al, 1951
Tide Water Associated Oil Company, 1951, 1954
Von Roeder (Clearfork) Field
Magnolia Petroleum Company, 1952
Waddell Field
General, 1941
Gulf Oil Corporation, 1953-1954
Gulf Oil Corporation, 1942-1953
Magnolia Petroleum Corporation, 1941-1945
Waddell University (McKee) Field
Gulf Oil Corporation, 1954
Walker Field
General, 1941
Barger, Edwards and Oles, 1944
C.W. Brown, 1942, 1950
James L. Cooper, 1943-1951
Childress Royalty Company, 1941
Cities Service Oil Company, 1941-1948
Carl Engel, 1941, 1952
Helmerich and Payne, Inc., 1941-1952
J.D. Lancaster, 1941-1952
Lewis and Engle, 1941
Box
2002/003-23 McElroy Ranch Company, 1941
Stanolind Oil and Gas Company, 1941
William Wolf, 1941, 1951
J.W. Wilhoit, et al, 1950-1952
Walls (Wolfcamp) Field
Murphy Corporation, 1954
Waples Field
Drilling and Exploration Company, 1942
Waples (Platter) Field
United Development Company, 1952
Ward North Estes Field
General, 1945
Atlantic Refining Company, 1944-1952
Cities Service Oil Company, 1944
Eastland Oil Company, 1943
General Crude Oil Company, 1944
Gulf Oil Corporation:
1954
1952-1954
1945-1952
1944-1945
G.E. Hall Special, 1945
Harlan Production Company, 1954
Humble Oil and Refining Company, 1944-1954
Intercoast Petroleum Corporation, 1945
Lowe Petroleum Company, 1950-1951
C.B. Lyman, 1947-1949
Magnolia Petroleum Company, 1944
Sid W. Richardson, 1945-1953
Richardson Oils, Inc., 1945-1954
Richardson and Bass, 1949-1950
Skelly Oil Company, 1944
Stanolind Oil and Gas Company, 1944
The Texas Company, 1945
Tide Water Associated Oil Company, 1944-1954
Tide Water Associated Oil Company, 1953
Trebol Oil Company, 1937
Trebol Oil Company, Earl G. Rodman, et al, 1944, 1951
F. Howard Walsh, 1944
Ward South Field
Ashmore, Elwell, Stallter and Powell, 1954
Atlantic Refining Company, 1954
Balmaco, Inc., 1952-1953
Buckles and Hosteller, 1953-1954
Cities Service Oil Company, 1951-1953
Cities Service Oil Company, et al, 1952
Eastland Oil Company, about 1952-1954
William R. Eckles, et al, 1952-1953
D.D. Feldman Oil and Gas, 1952
D.D. Feldman Oil and Gas, 1952
Forest Oil Corporation, 1952-1953
Hamilton Brothers, 1953
Byron Kield, about 1952
Merrill, Tullous and Voyles, 1952
Prince Brothers Drilling Company, 1951
Richardson Oils, Inc., 1951-1952
Richwin Production Company, Inc., 1954
Standard Oil Company, 1951-1953
Tennessee Production Company, 1954
Tennessee Production Company, 1952-1954
Texas Pacific Coal and Oil Company, 1951-1954
Union Oil Company, 1952
Ward South (Lime) Field
Max Leaman, et al, 1951
War-San (Ellenberger) Field
Forest Oil Corporation and Cities Production Corporation, 1944
War-San (Pennsylvanian) Field
Warren Petroleum Corporation, 1954
Warfield Field
The Texas Company, [empty]
Wasson Field
General, 1939
Allison Production Company, 1938-1950
Alma McCutchin Drilling Company, 1945-1952
Amerada Petroleum Corporation, 1938
American Liberty Oil Company, 1942
Anderson-Prichard Oil Corporation, 1940-1949
Arrow Drilling Company, 1942
Argo Oil Corporation, 1942-1948
Atlantic Refining Company, 1939-1941
Bay Petroleum Corporation and C.U. Bay, 1943
Beach Oil Company, 1948
Belfort Oil Company, 1942
Blackstock Oil Company, 1939
British American Oil Producing Company, 1949-1952
Cities Service Oil Company, 1944
Continental Oil Company, 1938-1940
Crump and Black, 1939
Don Danvers, 1949
Dean-White-Latch, 1949, 1951
DeKalb Agricultural Association, Inc., 1943
Deep Rock Oil Corporation, 1940
Cities Production Corporation, 1952
Drilling and Exploration Company, Inc., 1941-1943
Dunigan Brothers and Brahaney, 1940
Eastland Oil Company, 1938-1939
El Capitan Oil Company, 1953
Tobe Foster, 1952-1954
General American Oil Company, 1939-1940,1952
Great Western Drilling Company, 1941, 1951
Great Western Drilling Company, Malco Refining, Inc., and Honolulu Oil Corporation, 1945-1951
Great Western Producers, Inc., 1952
Gulf Oil Corporation, 1938-1939
Headquarters Oil and Refining Company, 1939-1953
Helmrich and Payne, 1940-1946
Honolulu - Cascade, 1937-1938
Honolulu Oil Corporation, 1939-1943
Humble Oil and Refining Company, 1939-1953
Indian Royalty Company, 1941-1951
Kerr-McGee, 1938-1939
King, Warren and Dye, 1940-1944
King, Warren, Dye and Bay Refining Corporation, 1943-1944
Magnolia Petroleum Company, 1940-1945
Mid-Continent Petroleum Corporation, 1939
Midwest Oil Corporation, 1954
Milhoan Production Company, 1939
Montecito Corporation, 1941
J.W. Murchison, 1939-1949
Ohio Oil Company, 1938
Oil Development Company of Texas, 1939-1940
O'Neal Drilling Company, 1952
Phillips Petroleum Company, 1938-1948
Plymouth Oil Company, 1939-1948
H. Bryan Poff, 1952-1953
J.H. Roberts, 1939
Shell Oil Company, Inc., 1942-1952
Shell Oil Company, Inc., 1941-1942
Shell Oil Company and Continental Oil Company, 1938, 1951
Sinclair Oil Company, 1939-1941
Box
2002/003-24 Skelly Oil Company, 1938-1950
H.W. Snowden, 1947
Stanolind Oil and Gas Company, 1939-1953
Sun Oil Company, 1937, 1939, 1948
The Texas Company, 1950
Texas Pacific Coal and Oil Company, 1938-1953
Tide Water Associated Oil Company, 1943-1948
Trinity Drilling Company, 1941-1942
United Development Company, 1952
G.H. Vaughan, 1940
Warren Petroleum Corporation, Oil Divisions, 1939-1954
Western Drilling Company, 1953
Westex Oil Company, 1941
Wasson Northeast (Clearfork) Field
Plymouth Oil Company, 1954
Texas Pacific Coal and Oil Company, 1954
Wasson (Deep) Field
General, 1941
Amon G. Carter, 1941
Honolulu Oil Corporation, 1946
Weiner Field
General, 1941
Continental Oil Company, 1944-1950
General American Oil Company of Texas, 1942-1943
Barron Kidd, 1942-1951
Lowe Petroleum Company, 1944-1951
Skelly Oil Company, 1942-1944
Stanolind Oil and Gas Company, 1943-1950
Southern Union Gas Company, 1945
Sun Oil Company, 1942-1951
The Texas Company, 1942-1944
Sam Weiner, 1947
Westbook Oil Corporation, 1945
Welch Field
Anderson-Prichard Oil Company, 1947
Bankline Oil Company, 1943
Cascade Petroleum Company, 1947-1949
Childress Royalty Company, 1947
Cities Production Corporation, 1949-1953
Cities Service Production Company, 1948-1953
Cities Service Production Company, 1947-1948
Dahm Oil Corporation, 1947
Tobe Foster, 1952-1954
H.L. Hunt, 1947
Caroline Hunt Trust Estate and Pure Oil Company, 1947
Kay Kimbell, 1954
Ralph Lowe, 1947
William Herbert Hunt Trust Estate, 1947
Magnolia Petroleum Company, 1945-1954
R.B. and W.A. Moncrief, Jr., 1952
Montex Drilling Company, 1954
Plymouth Oil Company, 1947
Pure Oil Company, 1947
Richmond Drilling Company, 1947
United Development Company, 1950
Western Drilling Company, 1953-1954
Welch North Field
Cities Service Oil Company, 1952
Welch Southeast Field
Cities Production Corporation, 1954
Anderson-Prichard Oil Corporation, 1952
Anderson-Prichard Oil Corporation, 1950-1952
Wellman Field
Magnolia Petroleum Company, 1950-1951
Stanolind Oil and Gas Company, 1951-1953
Wellman Northeast Field
Anderson-Prichard Oil Corporation, 1941
Wemac (Wolfcamp) Field
Continental Oil Company, 1953
Wentz (Clearfork) Field
Brown and Thorp Drilling Company, 1953-1954
G.D. Putnam and Company, 1954
Superior Oil Company, 1954
Wentz (Tubb) Field
Superior Oil Company, 1954
Westcott (Strawn) Field
Honolulu Oil Corporation, et al, 1954
Westbrook Field
Anderson-Prichard Oil Corporation, 1954
R.S. Brennand, Jr., and F.D. Hefren, 1954
Col-Tex Refining Company, 1945
Humble Oil and Refining Company, 1953-1954
Magnolia Petroleum Company, 1954
Westbrook (Clearfork) Field
W. Westbrook, 1954
Westlund (Upper Clearfork) Field
Atlantic Refining Company, 1952
Herman and George Brown, 1953
Great Western Drilling Company, 1952-1953
Kay Kimbrell, 1953
M.C. Kramer, et al, 1953
Magnolia Petroleum Company, 1953-1954
Shell Oil Company, 1952-1954
Taber, Coleman and Carr, 1953
Carl J. Westlund, et al, 1952-1953
Wheat Field
Barney Oil Company, 1952
Brock and Leggett, 1952
Delfern Oil Company, 1952
Donnell Drilling Company, 1951
Hanlon-Boyle, Inc., 1954
Holt Oil Company, Inc., 1953
Pete Lomax, 1954
T.H. McElvain, 1953
Texas Gulf Producing Company, 1951-1954
Sinclair Oil and Gas Company, 1952
Stanolind Oil Company of Texas, 1951-1952
W.W. Webb, 1950
Wheeler Field
Cities Service Oil Company, 1946-1950
Tide Water Associated Oil Company, 1947-1948
Wheeler (Devonian) Field
Phillips Petroleum Company, 1948-1950
Samedon Oil Corporation, 1946
Sun Oil Company, 1946
Superior Oil Company, 1952-1953
Wheeler (Ellenberger) Field
General, 1946
Mid-Continent Petroleum Corporation, 1944-1952
Phillips Petroleum Company, 1947
Skelly Oil Company, 1948-1953
Stanolind Oil and Gas Company, 1944-1954
Sunray Oil Corporation, 1946
Superior Oil Company, 1944-1949
The Texas Company, 1947
Wheeler (Silurian) Field
Superior Oil Company, 1953
White and Baker Field
General, 1941-1943
Helmerick and Payne, Inc., 1943-1951
Whiteface Field
A. McCutchin, 1947
Wickett South (Yates) Field
Texas Gulf Producing Company, 1952-1954
Wil-John (Delaware) Field
Argo Oil Corporation, 1954
Wrather (Fusselman) Field
J.D. Wrather, Jr., 1952
Y South (Tubb) Field
Ashmun and Hilliard [empty]
Yarborough and Allen Field
Amerada Petroleum Corporation, 1951-1953
Cabot Carbon Company, 1951-1952
Humble Oil and Refining Company, 1951-1954
Kennedy, Chambers and Bush-Overby, 1954
Ralph Lowe, 1952
Magnolia Petroleum Company, 1951-1953
Stanolind Oil and Gas Company, 1951-1954
Yates Field
Mack Hays, 1949
Johnson, Berg and Miesse, 1948-1949
Ohio Oil Company, 1944, 1954
Reef Oil and Royalty Corporation, 1951
Shell Oil Company, 1952
Standard Oil Company of Texas, 1950-1953
D.D. Thomas, 1950
Yates (Smith Sand) Field
Gulf Oil Corporation, 1953
Yates South (Sealy) Field
Cities Service Oil Company, 1947
Yellowhouse Field
Parklane Corporation, 1949, 1953
District Ten files
[Most of the files from district 10 are in the Panhandle field. The files are arranged by field name, and further by county within the Panhandle field, then by operator. Arrangement within the files is usually in reverse chronological order. A few of the large files have the documents within ordered alphabetically by the name of the lease.]
Box
2002/003-24 Channing (Pennsylvanian) Field
Phillips Petroleum Company, 2002/003-24 1953
Palo Duro Creek Field
Philllips Petroleum Company, 1950
Panhandle Field
Carson County
William M. Agey, 1941-1947
C.R. Austin, 1949
Bell Oil and Gas Company, 1948-1951
Big Chief Drilling Company, 1949-1951
British American Oil Producing Company, 1941
J.O. Buchler, 1941-1942
Burnett and Cornelius, 1952
Cabot Carbon Company, 1948-1952
Cody, Conner and Crenshaw, 1941
Champlin Refining Company, 1941
Cities Service Oil Company, 1941-1953
Clayton-Dwyer Drilling Company, 1941
J.L. Collins and Company, 1947
Continental Oil Company, 1941
Cornelius Trust Estate, 1952
Coronado Oil Company, 1941
Cree Production Company and Cree Oil and Gas Company, 1949-1951
Creslann Oil Company, 1941
J.E. Crosbie, Inc., 1942, 1949
Danciger Oil and Refineries, Inc., 1941
Danube Oil Corporation, 1941
Drilling and Exploration Company, Inc., 1953
Federal Drilling Company, 1941
J.L. and M. Gillman, 1941
Gulf Oil Corporation, 1941-1951
Haze and McGill, 1941
Hermann Brothers, 1949
Herrogan Oil Corporation, 1941-1942
W.W. Holmes, et al, 1951
Holmes and Holmes, 1941
J.M. Huber Corporation, 1942
Hutchinson Drilling Company, 1941, 1949
Kerr, McGee Oil, Inc., 1952-1953
Kewanee Oil Company, 1949-1953
Box
2002/003-25 Magnolia Petroleum Company, 1941-1952
J.G. McClintock, 1941
E.W. Means, 1941
Mid-Union Drilling Company, 1941
Perkins-Prothro Company, 1941
Phillips Petroleum Company, 1941-1945
Robinson Brothers, 1950
Ryan Consolidated Petroleum Corporation, 1942
H.E. Schwartz, 1946
Service Drilling Company, 1951
Sinclair Prairie Oil Company, 1941
Skelly Oil Company, 1942-1952
Skelly Oil Company, 1941-1942
Stanolind Oil and Gas Company, 1941
The Texas Company, 1941-1949
Washoma Petroleum, 1941
Gray County
Adams, Dollie Oil Corporation, 1948
Adams, Dollie Oil Corporation and Ruel Smith, 1949
Adams and McGahey, 1941
Adams and McGahey and Solow, 1951-1952
Alma Oil Company, 1941
Ama-Gray Oil Company, 1941
S. Anismon, 1941-1942
H. Axelrod, 1941
B. Baldridge, 1941
Bell Oil and Gas Company, 1941, 1947
M.B. Blake, et al, 1945
British American Oil Producing Company, 1941
Cabot Carbon Company, 1951-1953
Cady, Conner and Crenshaw, 1941
Caldwell and Clemmer, 1950
Cambrian Oil Company, 1941
Champlin Refining Company, 1941-1950
C.B. Christie, et al, 1949-1951
Cities Service Oil Company, 1945-1951
Cities Service Oil Company, 1941-1951
Clark Deveopment Company, 1951
Clayton and Dwyer Drilling Company, 1941-1943
Clayton-Key Oil and Gas Company, 1949
Clemmer and Caldwell, 1951
Cody Oil Company, 1949
Continental Oil Company, 1941
Coronado Oil Company, 1948-1952
Cosmos Oil Company, 1941
Cree Production Company, 1949
Cree and Hoover, Trustees, 1941-1947
Albert Crenshaw, et al, 1941-1942
Creslenn Oil Company, 1941
Danciger Oil and Refining Company, 1941-1949
Dorsyann Oil Company, 1941-1944
Drilling and Exploration Company, Inc., 1941-1942
E.J. Dunigan, Jr., 1941
J.D. Dye, 1941
F.W. Dye, et al, 1941
Dyck Oil Company, 1941-1942
S.C. Evans, 1941
Gayden Oil Company, 1941
Garver and Fagan, et al, 1941
Gayden and Dunigan, 1951
Gibson Oil Corporation, 1941-1947
Glenn Supply Company, 1941
Gulf Oil Corporation, 1941-1946
T.B. Haggard, 1941-1945
A.E. Herrmann, Inc, 1949
Herrogan Oil Corporation, 1941
B.L. Hoover, 1948-1949
Humble Oil and Refining Company, 1951
Irish-American Production Corporation, 1941
Johnston Oil and Gas Company, 1947
W.C. Jones, 1941
W.D. Kelley, 1941
Kewanee Oil Company, 1941-1951
Kimberlin and Tanner, 1952
Lefors Petroleum Company, 1941-1949
Magnolia Petroleum Company, 1941-1951
[3 folders]
Marlow Oil Company, 1941, 1951
Mazda Oil Corporation, 1941
W.A. McSpadden Estate, 1952
Mercury Drilling Company, 1941
Mert Oil Corporation, 1941
Midstates Oil Corporation, 1941-1952
Mills Oil Company, 1951-1953
Mills Oil Company, 1941, 1950
W.S. and John J. Moran, 1941
Nabado Oil and Gas Company, 1941-1942, 1951
Pampa Production Company, 1941
Panhandle Refining Company, 1941
Phillips Petroleum Company, 1941-1952
[4 folders]
Plains Holding Company, 1941, 1944
R.B. Pringle, et al, 1941-1942
Bert Robinson, 1941
Rock Oil Company, 1941
Ryan Consolidated Petroleum Corporation, 1941
S and M Oil Company, 1941-1942
Sand Springs Home Dal. Division, 1941
Service Drilling Company, 1951
Shamrock Oil and Gas Corporation, 1941, 1942
Shell Oil Company, 1941
E.C. and R.C. Sidwell, 1952
Sinclair Prairie Oil Company and Sinclair Oil and Gas Company, 1941-1952
Skelly Oil Company, 1941-1949
[2 folders]
Sloan Oil and Gas Company, 1941
Smith Brothers Refining Company, Inc., 1941-1942
Southern Petroleum Exploration, 1941, 1943
Southern Production Company, 1953
Southern Production Company, 1951-1952
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2002/003-26 Stanolind Oil and Gas Company, 1941-1952
[2 folders]
Stansylvania Oil and Gas Company, 1941
Stansylvania Oil and Gas Company, 1942
Stauffer and Ochiltree, Inc., 1941
H. Stekoll, 1941
Suloch Oil Company, 1941
Sun Oil Company, 1941-1948
Sunray Oil Company, 1941, 1947-1948
Swanee Robertson, 1953
W.H. Taylor Oil Company, 1941
The Texas Company, 1941-1949
[3 folders]
George G. Travis, 1941
Trippiehorn Oil Company, 1941
Warren Petroleum Corporation, 1941
Watchorn Oil and Gas Company, 1941
Wilcox Oil Company, 1941-1951
Wilcox Oil Company, 1953
W.B. Wild, 1941
Wilma Petroleum Company, 1941
Witco Carbon Company and Hutchinson Drilling Company, 1940
Hutchinson County
Ada Oil Company, 1951
Adams, Dollie Oil Corporation, 1944-1950
K.S. Adams, Jr., 1949
Alma Oil Company, 1941
Allen and Adams, 1945
J.C. Alexander, et al, 1949-1952
H. Alexrod, 1941
American Liberty Oil Company, 1948-1950
Ammann and Jordan, 1951-1952
A & P Development Company, 1953
M.B. Armer, Inc., 1941-1942
Azalea Oil Company, 1947-1948
Baker-Keech, Inc., 1952-1953
Barnsdall Oil Company, 1941
Beach Oil Company, Inc., 1950
Benoline Oil Company, 1941-1942
Big Chief Drilling Company, 1949-1951
Black-Marshall Oil Company, 1942
Bluebonnet Oil Corporation, 1952
Bollig and Jones, 1952
Borger Investment Company, 1941
Buck Oil Company, 1941
Buffalo Oil Company, 1941-1942
Gordon J. Burch, 1941, 1948
D.C. Casey, 1952
Cities Service Oil Company, 1951
Clay Brothers Drilling Company, 1950
Clay Brothers Drilling Company, 1941
Concha Oil and Gas Company, 1941
Continental Oil Company, 1941-1951
[5 folders]
Coronado Oil Company, 1941
Cree and Hoover, 1941
Creslenn Oil Company, 1941-1952
Danciger Oil and Refining Company, 1948
Danube Oil Corporation, 1941-1945
Davon Oil Company, 1949
Deal Oil and Gas Company, 1941
L.A. DeLee, 1941-1943
Douglas-Moody Oil Company, 1949
Drilling and Exploration Company, Inc., 1941
Sam C. Dunn, 1948
E.J. Dunigan, Jr., 1941-1942, 1951
Dunnigan Brothers, 1942
S.K. Feinberg, Trustee, 1947-1948
Henry Feldman, et al, 1948
Frason Oil Company, 1941
Galbraith and Oates, 1941
Gayden and Cree, et al, 1946-1948
G.I. Oil Company, 1941, 1948-1949
Gibson Oil Corporation, 1941, 1948
Gold-Rubin Oil Properties, 1949
C.H. Gooden, 1944
Gooden and Parton, 1942
Granite Oil Company, 1951
Gray County Production Corporation, 1941-1948
Gulf Oil Corporation, 1941-1950
[3 folders]
Hall-Stewart Oil Company, 1948-1949
Helbea Oil Company, 1951
A.E. Herrmann Corporation, 1945, 1948
W.W. Holmes, 1952-1953
Holt Brothers, 1953
B.L. Hoover, 1949-1950
Howell, Holloway and Howell, 1948-1949
J.M. Huber Oil Corporation:
Leases A-H, 1941-1953
Leases H-M, 1941-1952
Leases P-R, 1941-1952
Leases S-W, 1941-1953
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2002/003-27 Kerr-McGee Oil Industries, Inc., 1941-1942, 1950
Kerr-McGee Oil Industries, Inc., 1941
Kewanee Oil Company, 1941-1951
Lion Oil Company, 1941
Magnolia Petroleum Company, 1941-1951
Marion Oil Company, 1941
Martex Oil Company, 1941, 1949
T. Mayfield, 1952-1953
Ross McGill, 1951-1952
C.L. McKinney, 1941
McIlroy Oil Company, 1941-1942
Midwestern Production Company, 1950-1952
Bob Murphy, 1941-1942
Noble and Means, 1948
A.C. Oates, 1952
D.F. O'Rourke, et al, 1953
Panhandle Producing and Refining Company, 1941-1950
Panocal Petroleum Company, 1941-1952
Pennotex Oil Company, 1941
Pennowa Oil and Gas Company, 1941
Perkins-Prothro Company, 1941
B.F. Phillips Petroleum Company, 1949
J.R. Phillips Employees, Inc., 1941
Phillips Petroleum Company:
Leases A-C, 1941-1950
Leases C-H, 1941-1952
Leases J-N, 1941-1950
Leases P-T, 1941-1951
Leases T-W, 1941-1948
Leases W-Y, 1941-1948
Power Petroleum Company, 1944-1951
H.C. Riedel, 1952
Cy Rieger, 1941
M.C. Risher, 1941
Robinson Brothers, 1945-1950
H.E. Rodgers, et al, 1941
Rogan Oil Company, 1941-1942
Dave Rubin, 1941-1949
[2 folders]
Sand Creek Oil Company, 1941
Sand Springs, 1941-1949
Scott and Martin, 1947, 1949
H.F. Sears, 1953
Frank Seliger, et al, 1948
W.F. Siebold, 1949-1953
Service Drilling Company, 1948-1950
Shamrock Oil and Gas Corporation, 1941-1953
[5 folders]
Shell Oil Company, Inc., 1941-1944
R.H. Siegfried, Inc., 1948
Simpson Oil Company, 1941
Sinclair Oil and Gas Company, 1941-1952
Skelly Oil Company, 1941-1951
Skia-Tex Petroleum Company, 1941
S and M Oil Company, 1941
Smith Brothers Refining Company, 1941
O. Dale Smith and J.R. Phillips, 1949-1950
Stewart Smith, 1948
E.M. Solow, 1951, 1953
Southern Petroleum Exploration, Inc., 1941
B.W. Spearman, 1953
Stanolind Oil and Gas Company, 1941-1942
Stansylvania Oil and Gas Company, 1941, 1948
H. Stekoll, 1941-1942
Stekoll Petroleum Company, 1941
The Texas Company, 1941-1952
Texas Iron and Supply Company, 1948
Texas Plains Oil Company, 1941
W.A. Thornton, et al, 1941
Tide Water Associated Oil Company, 1941
Toklan Production Company, 1947-1948
Travelers Oil Company, 1941
Tripplehorn Oil Company, 1941, 1948
John Turner, 1941
U-Tex Oil Company, 1942-1950
Van Norman Oil Company, 1950-1953
Earl C. H. Walker, 1949-1950
James D. Ward, 1941
Warren Petroleum Corporation, 1950-1951
Watchorn Oil and Gas Company, 1941
Carl J. Westlund and Beach Oil Company, 1948-1950
C.J. Westlund, Trustee and Beach Oil Company, 1949
Earl E. Wherry, 1941, 1951
Whitaker-Devore, 1941
H. Whittenberg, 1949-1950
Moore County
Various operators, 1941-1953
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2002/003-28 Wheeler County
Osborne area, 1941-1947
Leases A-P, 1941-1951
Leases P-W, 1941-1951
Quinduno (Lower Albany Dolomate) Field
Creslenn Oil Company, 1953
Gulf Oil Corporation, 1953
Phillips Petroleum Company, 1953
Shamrock Oil and Gas Company, 1953
Sinclair Oil and Gas Company, 1953
Superior Oil Company, 1953
Texas-Hugoton Field
J.M. Huber Corporation, 1951
District Four maps
[These are plats of the Seeligson Unit, part of the Seeligson Field, in Jim Wells and Kleberg counties, dating 1958-1960. The maps cover the various zones of the unit showing oil and gas wells. Some sets of the maps were produced to note allowable transfers. Some maps show wells producing transfers and shut in wells, other maps just show the wells in the unit. The operator during this period was Sun Oil Company Maps for present for 1958, with updates in early 1960 and late 1960 for each zone. Maps are unarranged.]
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2002/003-29 Plat maps of Seeligson Unit, 1958-1960
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2002/003-30 Plat maps of Seeligson Unit, 1958-1960