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Related Material

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University of Texas, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History

A Guide to the Bailey County Scrapbook and Obituary, 1932-1955



Descriptive Summary

Creator: Bailey County
Title: Bailey County Scrapbook and Obituary
Dates: 1932-1955
Abstract: The bulk of the material consists of obituaries, arranged alphabetically by the surname of the deceased, which were clipped from various Bailey County newspapers.
Extent: 19 items
Language: Materials are written in English.
Repository: Dolph Briscoe Center for American History,The University of Texas at Austin

Scope and Contents

The bulk of the material consists of obituaries, arranged alphabetically by the surname of the deceased, which were clipped from various Bailey County newspapers. Most of the material is dated in the range 1930-1939. Also included are newspaper clippings about other events in Bailey County, arranged chronologically and short reports written about Bailey County cities and notable sites, arranged alphabetically.

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Restrictions

Access Restrictions

Unrestricted access.

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Index Terms

Subjects
Obituaries--Texas.
Obituaries--Texas--Bailey County.
Texas--History--Local.
Texas--History--Bailey County.
Bailey County (Tex.)
Bailey County (Tex.)--Genealogy.
Bailey County (Tex.)--Genealogy--Sources.
Bailey County (Tex.)--History.

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Related Material

Forms part of the Texas County Scrapbook and Obituaries Collection.

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Bailey County Scrapbook and Obituary, 1932-1955, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin.

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Detailed Description of the Papers

 

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3L81 Obituaries:
Clampitt, L.D of Baileysboro, Lubbock Avalanche, September 21, 1934
Edgar, James L. of Enoch, Gilmer Mirror, October 9, 1934
Kimbrough, Leonidas O. of Muleshoe, February 25, 1932
Other clippings:
Kennedy, Mrs. H.C. (78th birthday), Muleshoe Journal, February 26, 1931
“While Under Fire in South Pacific: Lt. Hugh Davis, Ex Student, Saved Men Aboard Burning Cruiser ‘Astoria,’” Austin Daily Texan, May 25, 1943
“Speed Growing Muleshoe Still Fenced in as Bill Is Withdrawn,” Austin American, April 11, 1945
“Progress, Texas,” Dallas News, June 16, 1955
Reports on Bailey County cities and places:
“Bailey County”
“Bailey County”
“Baileysboro”
“Bula, Texas”
“Enochs”
“Goodland”
“Maple, Texas”
“Maple, Texas”
“Muleshoe, Texas”
"Needmore"
"Progress"

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