The Benson Latin American Collection

Sherman C. Kile Papers, 1906-1921



Descriptive Summary

Creator Kile, Sherman C.
Title Sherman C. Kile Papers
Dates: 1906-1920
Abstract The Sherman C. Kile collection consists of documents regarding Kile’s activities as an Intelligence Officer and Land Developer.
Accession No. 2000-13
OCLC Record No.
Extent 10 linear inches
Language English
Repository Nettie Lee Benson Latin American Collection, The University of Texas at Austin

Biographical Sketch

Sherman C. Kile was a U. S. Army Captain stationed at the Intelligence Division, Southern Department, Headquarters Fort Sam Houston, Texas as Department Intelligence Officer around 1919. He also worked as a manager at the Texas-Mexico Development Company in San Antonio, Texas.


Scope and Contents Note

The Sherman C. Kile collection consists of documents regarding Kile’s activities as an Intelligence Officer and Land Developer. As an Intelligence Officer he participated in a number of investigations involving individuals supposedly related with pro-Mexico propaganda during the Carranza administration. Files of investigations, as well as information about the political and social situation of Mexico (including the Army and revolutionary political activism), form part of the collection.

Documents on Land Development include, among others, descriptions, maps, blueprints, and booklets of land tracts situated in Mexico, Guatemala, and Panama to be sold in the United States. Descriptions of road in northern Mexico are also provided.

Finally, diverse documentation regarding domestic investigations carried out by the Military Intelligence Division of Fort Sam Houston in Houston, Fort Worth, and San Antonio is recorded.


Restrictions

Access Restrictions

Unrestricted.

Use Restrictions

Standard copyright restrictions apply.


Index Terms

The Sherman C. Kile Papers are classified under the following Subject Headings:
Kile, Sherman -- Archives
Lustig, Gertrude
Carranza, Venustiano, 1859-1920
Hunt, George W.P. (George Wylie Paul), 1859-1934
Shepherd, Elizabeth
Hall, Guillermo
Mexico--Politics government
Roads--Mexico
Land tenure--Mexico--History
Fort Sam Houston (Tex.) -- History

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Cite as: The Sherman C. Kile Papers, 1906-1921, Nettie Lee Benson Latin American Collection, the University of Texas at Austin.


Box and Folder Inventory

 
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1 Series 1: Documents related to Mexico, Guatemala, and Panama
Sub-series 1: Pro-Mexico propaganda
1 Lynn A.E. Gale, Correspondence. Transcription of a letter sent by Lynn A. E. Gale to J.I.A.K. Matens, New York. Carbon copy. Mexico City, May 5, 1919.
2 leaves.
2 Investigation concerning activities of Guillermo Hall
Letter sent by S.C. Kile to John B. Cannington, January 22, 1920.
1 leaf.
Stenographer’s note of the speech made by Guillermo Hall at the Lion’s Club’s Luncheon, October 1, 1919.
16 leaves.
List of questions about Guillermo Hall. Unsigned.
1 leaf
Memorandum from Kile to Director Military Intelligence Division, Washington D.C. enclosing Photostatic copies of telegrams sent by Guillermo Hall. Washington, D.C., March 29, 1920.
5 leaves.
Photostatic copy of telegram from Plutarco E. Calles to the Mexican consulate in Laredo. English transl. Mexico City, February 4, 1920.
2 leaves.
Photostatic copy of telegram from the Mexican consulate in Laredo to Luis Cabrera. English transl. Laredo, TX, February 4, 1920.
2 leaves.
Telegram sent by Guillermo Hall to Plutarco Elías Calles. 1 copy and 2 Photostatic copies. English transl. Nuevo Laredo, , February 8, 1920.
6 leaves.
Telegram from Guillermo Hall to Luis Cabrera. Copy and 2 Photostatic copies. English transl. Nuevo Laredo, Mexico, February 8, 1920.
5 leaves.
Telegram from Guillermo Hall to George Weeks. Copy and Photostatic copy. Nuevo Laredo, Mexico, February 1920.
2 leaves.
Photostatic copy of a memorandum from the Mexican consulate in Laredo to Subsecretario de Relaciones Exteriores de México in Mexico City. 2 copies. English transl. Laredo, TX, February 8, 1920.
4 leaves.
Photostatic copy of Memorandum from the Mexican consulate in Laredo to Plutarco E. Calles. English transl. Laredo, TX, February 10, 1920.
2 leaves.
Photostatic copy of memorandum from Mexican consulate in Laredo, to Luis Cabrera. English transl. Laredo, TX, March 1, 1920.
2 leaves.
Memorandum from Assistant chief of Staff for Military Intelligence to Director Military Intelligence Division in Washington, D.C. regarding a second trip of American Businessmen into Mexico, March 19, 1920.
6 leaves.
Photostatic copy of telegram from Cabrera to M. García. Translation into English is included. Mexico City, February 4, 1920.
2 leaves.
Photostatic copy of telegram from M. García to Luis Cabrera. Translation into English is included. February 4, 1920.
2 leaves.
“Guillermo Hall.” Confidential memorandum from R. B. Woodruff to the Director, Military Intelligence Division. Fort Sam Houston, TX, March 30, 1920.
2 leaves.
Photostatic copy of telegram from Guillermo Hall to George Weeks. Nuevo Laredo, Mexico, , February 8, 1920.
1 leaf.
“In Re Andrés García and his Press Agent to Weeks.” Typescript from District Intelligence Office of El Paso. El Paso, TX, March 21, 1918.
4 leaves.
“Guillermo Hall.” Memorandum from Acting Director of Military Intelligence to Assistant Chief of Staff for Military Intelligence signed by Colonel Caxe. June 24, 1920.
2 leaves.
Transcript of a letter sent by Guillermo Hall to the Military Intelligence Department, U.S. Government in Washington, D.C. San Antonio, June 9, 1920.
3 leaves.
Transcript of a Guillermo Hall’s supplemental statement to his previous letter, June 18, 1920.
1 leaf.
“Guillermo Hall.” Memorandum from S. C. Kile to Assistant Chief of Staff for Military Intelligence. July 4, 1920.
8 leaves.
“Guillermo Hall.” Memorandum from S. C. Kile to the Chief of Staff, Military Intelligence. 2 handwritten cards with Hall’s addresses in Cuba are enclosed.
1 leaf and 2 small cards.
3 Investigation concerning activities of Elizabeth Shepherd
Typescript provided by an unidentified informant concerning Mrs. Elizabeth Murray Shepherd. Unsigned. No date.
2 leaves
Newspaper clipping. San Antonio Exp[ress]. “Woman to gather data on Mexico. Carranza agent to escort writer into Republic to do research work.” No date [ca. April 9, 1920]
Typescript on Mrs. Elizabeth Murray Shepherd. Unsigned. No date.
4 leaves.
Typescript on Mrs. Elizabeth Murray Shepherd’s trip into Mexico. Laredo, TX, April 29, 1920.
1 leaf.
Photostatic copies of a letter sent by Elizabeth Shepherd from Mexico City to Melquíades García, and 3 handwritten drafts. Mexico City, April 29 [1920].
4 leaves.
4 Sub-series 2: Land and Timber
“Hacienda El Cosme y San Miguel” (Coahuila, Mexico). Typescript. Unsigned. 2 copies (Copy 1 is incomplete). No date.
5 leaves
“The Gonzalez Land” (Tamaulipas, Mexico). Typescript. Unsigned. No date.
4 leaves.
Draft of a letter addressed to Gen. Juan Padilla, Guatemala. 1 copy in English, 2 copies in Spanish. Unsigned. October 20, 1913.
3 leaves. 3 leaves. See folder 6.
Handwritten letter sent by Juan P. F. Padilla to S. C. Kile. Translation into English is included. Guatemala, November 6, 1913.
3 leaves.
Letter sent by John Bruins (?) to S. C. Kile about an exchange of three tracts of land in Texas for a ranch in Saltillo, Mexico. N. p., May 31, 1916.
1 leaf.
Handwritten letter from Antonio Castellanos with comments added by Mariano Ruiz enclosing the following report and hand made sketch (45.5 x 53 cm. in oversized folder) English trans. April 27, 1915.
3 leaves.
Typescript about a tract of land situated in Calpulalpan, Tlaxcala, Mexico produced by Antonio Castellanos. In Spanish English transl. San Antonio, TX, , April 28, 1915.
6 leaves.
Handwritten copy of a property deed. Ocampo, Tlaxcala, Mexico, September 28, 1914.
6 leaves.
One business envelope not related
Letter from José Luján to Texas-Mexico Development Company. Mexico City, June 26, 1914.
1 leaf.
5 “Mexcalapa Timber Tract” (Chiapas, Mexico) offered by TX-Mexico Development. Typescript. San Antonio, TX. Blueprint included. No date.
6 leaves.
Typescript about a timber tract of land situated in Guatemala. Carbon copy. Unsigned. No date.
6 leaves.
“Timber Concession in Guatemala” offered by Mexico Development Company. Typescript. San Antonio, 2 copies. No date.
8 leaves.
Typescript about a timber tract of land situated in Panama. Unsigned. No date.
4 leaves.
6 Sub-series 3: Mexican Oil Company
“Copies of documents for purpose of protocolization.” It includes charter, articles of incorporation, certificates and extracts of minutes of meetings, and other information. Mexico, July 24, 1911-May 8, 1912.
22 leaves.
7 Sub-series 4: Military Intelligence Division Southern Department, Fort Houston TX
“History of The Military Intelligence Division, Southern Department, May 1, 1919 to June 20, 1919, Confidential.” Carbon copy of typescript. Unsigned. N.p.: No date.
1 leaf.
List of commissioned, non-commissioned, and civilian personnel of the Military Intelligence Division. June, 20, 1919.
4 leaves.
Special Orders No. 196 from W. T. Jhonston, Colonel, General Staff, Acting Chief of Staff regarding a trip performed by S. C. Kile. Fort Sam Houston, TX, August 20, 1920.
1 leaf.
8 Sub-series 5: Investigation concerning a trip through Mexico made by members of the San Antonio Chamber of Commerce
Letter sent by Sherman Kile to Captain W. M. Hanzon containing list of members of a trip through Mexico and their itinerary. San Antonio, , February 16, 1920.
2 leaves.
“Mexican Trade Excursion--San Antonio Chamber of Commerce.” Memorandum from Kile addressed to the Director, Military Intelligence Division, Washington D.C. about an excursion into Mexico by members of the San Antonio Chamber of Commerce. March 19, 1920.
7 leaves.
Supporting documentation includes reports produced by Kile and other agents; 2 Photostatic copies of telegrams sent by Melquíades García to Plutarco Calles (Secretaría de Industria y Comercio) and from Plutarco Calles to M. García (the Mexican consulate in Laredo, TX). English transl. is included. Exhibits A-B,D-E. February 4, 1920
43 leaves.
Exhibit C. Publication. “The San Antonian Journal of Community Service.” San Antonio, Vol 2, No XXII. Published by the San Antonio Chamber of Commerce. March, 1920.
8 pp.
9 Sub-series 6: San Antonio Post Office Censorship Committee
San Antonio Postal Censorship, The Weekly Bulletin of the Representative of Chief Cable Censor and of the O.N.I. Postal Censorship Officer, Week Ending March 15th, 1919. Anniversary issue (One year). Confidential Document No. 52.
81 leaves.
10 Conditions in Mexico. A report compiled from intercepted letters and periodicals and from other sources of information by Edwin Keller, War Trade Board Representative, Postal Censorship Committee, San Antonio, Texas. Confidential. For period ending April 30, 1919.
37 leaves.
11 Sub-series 7: Politics in Mexico
“Mexico, Recent History and Present Problems.” Typescript. Unsigned. N.p. : No date.
26 leaves
“Mexico, Foreigners in Mexico.” Typescript. Unsigned. N.p. : No date
24 leaves.
“Mexico, Social Conditions and Character of the People.” Typescript. Unsigned. N.p. : No date.
16 leaves.
12 “The Truth About Mexico.” Typescript by Robert Dowe. N.p. : No date.
19 leaves
13 Copy of Plan de Agua Prieta [April 23, 1920]. English trans. 2 leaves. (See original document in oversized folder) April 23, 1920
Typescript “Resume of the General Mexican Situation,” prepared from reports on file, reports from agents and correspondence. San Antonio, TX, May 21, 1919.
77 leaves.
“Political Condition in Torreon District." Carbon copy of a report from Ed Lathrop, American Vice Consul in Charge in Torreon, Coahuila, Mexico to the H. Secretary of State. June 23, 1919.
4 leaves.
“Mexican Affairs.” Memorandum to Col. Geo. M. Russel from S. C. Kile. May 19, 1920.
1 leaf.
Carbon copy of a list of Mexican refugees residing in San Antonio by July 31, 1919. Unsigned. N.p. : n.d. No date.
7 leaves.
Copy of a list of Mexican refugees residing in Laredo. Unsigned. N.p. : No date.
2 leaves.
“State of Sonora Agrarian Law. Effective July 27, 1919.” Translation into English, No date.
13 leaves.
Lists of Governors and Army Officers of Mexican states. Unsigned. N.p. : No date.
3 leaves.
List of political candidates for office in Mexico. Unsigned. N. p. : No date.
1 leaf.
Typescript “Political Observations and Economic Situation on Mexico Under Carranza’s administration.” Unsigned. N.p. : No date.
1 leaf.
List of leaders of revolutionary factions, area of control and numeric composition. Unsigned. N.p. : No date.
4 leaves.
14 “Who’s who in Mexico.” Confidential report from the Intelligence Office, Headquarters Southern Department, June 20, 1919.
33 leaves.
15 Sub-series 8: Roads in Mexico
“Notes on Road from Brownsville, Texas to Tampico, Mexico.” Typescript by John Newel. N.p. : No date.
5 leaves.
Typescript describing the wagon road down the Mexican west coast from Guaymas to San Blas. Includes a list of American guides. Unsigned. N.p. : No date.
12 leaves.
Typescript describing the wagon road from Nogales to Cananea through Sonora. Unsigned. N.p. : No date.
4 leaves.
Typescript describing the trail road from Caborca Northwest into Arizona furnished by H. E. Stevens. N.p. : No date.
2 leaves.
Typescript furnished by J. C. Underwood describing different direct roads: from Nogales, Sonora, Mexico to Nogales, Arizona furnished; from Altas to Santana; from Llano to Caborca; and from Caborca to the Gulf of California. N.p. : No date.
5 leaves.
16 Sub-series 9: Army in Mexico
Typescript on Mexican Federal army by region. Unsigned. N.p. : No date.
4 leaves.
Incomplete report on the contemporary situation of the Mexican Constitutionalist Military army. Unsigned. N.p. : No date.
4 leaves.
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2 17 Sub-series 10: Mexico-Descriptions and Travel
Typescript describing the city of Guaymas, Sonora, Mexico. Unsigned. N.p. : No date.
7 leaves.
Typescript about the Tiburon Island and the Seri Indians furnished by Fr[eder]ich Simpich, U.S. Consul at Guaymas in 1918. N.p. : No date.
1 leaf.
18 Sub-series 11: Correspondence
Letter sent by S. C. Kile to C. E. Breniman. Booklet entitled The Conspiracy Against Mexico is enclosed (see Folder # 19). Fort Sam Houston, November 5, 1919.
1 leaf
Letter sent by Association for the Protection of American Rights in Mexico to Captain S. C. Kile. Map enclosed (see Oversized Folder 21).
1 leaf.
19 Traveling Notes in Central America.. Reprinted from the Bulletin of the Pan-American Union. Washington, D.C., 1912.
unnumerated pp.
Mexico, General Descriptive Data. Revised, special Edition. Typescript. The Pan-American Union, John Banrret editor, Washington, D.C., 1914.
49 pp.
Sinaloa, the California of Mexico.Sinaloa Land Company, Los Angeles-Sinaloa-Mexico City.
8 pp.
Prices and Terms on Mexico Lands for Sale by the Continental Land Co. Brochure. 2 copies. N.p. : n.d.
4 pp.
The Conspiracy Against Mexico by Arthur Thorson. The International Press, Oakland, CA, n.d.
25 pp. + 7 unnumerated pp.
20 The National Association for the Protection of American Rights in Mexico.
How Article 27 of Mexico’s New Constitution Affects American Property Holders. Textual translation into English of Article 27 Mexican Constitution. National Association for the Protection of American Rights in Mexico. No. 347. New York, n.d.
12 pp.
The New Mexican Agrarian Law enacted in the State of Sonora, Mexico. A Textual Translation. National Association for the Protection of American Rights in Mexico. N.p. : n.d.
12 pp.
List of Members of the National Association for the Protection of American Rights in Mexico. New York, August 7, 1919.
42 pp.
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OV Sub-series 12: Oversized Folders
1 Plan de Agua Prieta
Copy of Plan de Agua Prieta. English translation in folder 13. [April 23, 1920].
13. 46 x 30.5 cm.
2 Maps and Plans
Map and tabulation showing the number of Americans murdered in Mexico since 1910. National Association for the Protection of American Rights in Mexico. 1 copy.
85.5 x 56.5 cm.
Proyecto de la Colonia de Culiacan, Sinaloa Land Company S.A. Culiacan. January 1, 1909.
1 copy. 64 x 89 cm.
Map of Eastern Mexico indicating irrigating areas for agriculture and stock raising. The Mexico Company, Houston, TX.
1 copy. 54 x 35 cm.
Map of Isthmus of Tehuantepec, Mexico showing properties of Mexico Land Securities Company.
1 copy. 72 x 56 cm.
3 Tract Maps
Terreno Fortuño, Cantón de Minatitlán, Estado de Veracruz, Mexico, propiedad de Mexico Land Securities Co. August, 1920.
1 copy. 36 x 43 cm.
San Juan Jalpetec Tract. Terrenos de la Mexico Land Securities Co. Distrito de Choapam, Estado de Oaxaca, Mexico.
1 copy. 42 x 47 cm.
Atascador, the Largest and Most Successful All American Colony in Mexico. Lands for sale by Atascador Land Co. Tampico, Mexico.
. 1 copy. 49.5 x 64.5 cm.
4 Blueprints
Terrenos de la Señorita Guadalupe Lajous ubicado en la Municipalidad de Jiménez, Distrito del Rio Grande, Estado de Coahuila, Saltillo. March 16, 1914.
1 copy. 41.5 x 48.5 cm.
Plano de la zona de explotación de maderas concedido por el Supremo Gobierno al General Juan R. F. Padilla sacado del Mapa da(?) Paschxe(?) por el Comote(?) de Ing. que suscribe.
1 copy 43 x 55.
Planos de los terrenos de René Lajous Herederos. Distrito de Río Grande. Estado de Coahuila.
1 copy. 67. x 57.



 
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2 Series 2: Other Documents
21 Sub-series 1: Investigation concerning Gertrude Lustig ad Pro-Germany propaganda
Typescript entitled “In Re Gertrude H. Lustig, Chief Nurse, Base Hospital, Camp Bowie” by Captain S. C. Kile and addressed to Department Intelligence Officer, Southern Department, Fort Sam Houston, TX. Fort Worth, TX, October 1, 1918.
10 leaves.
“Gertrude H. Lustig, et al.” Carbon copy of memorandum from Intelligence Officer, Forth Worth, TX to Department Intelligence Officer, Fort Sam Houston, TX. October 15, 1918.
4 leaves.

“Gertrude H. Lustig.” Strictly confidential memorandum from Department Intelligence Officer, Fort Sam Houston, TX to Capt. S. C. Kile. October 25, 1918.
6 leaves.
“Gertrude H. Lustig.” Carbon copy of memorandum from District Intelligence Officer to W[ilmot] M. Odell, The United States Attorney Northern District of Texas. November 11, 1918.
1 leaf.
Letter sent by M. Odell, The United States Attorney, Northern District of Texas to S. C. Kile. Fort Worth, November 11, 1918.
1 leaf.
“Gertrude H. Lustig.” Carbon copy of memorandum from District Intelligence Officer to Department Intelligence Officer. Southern Department, Fort Sam Houston. November 12, 1918.
2 leaves.
“Gertrude H. Lustig.” Confidential memorandum from Director of Military Intelligence to Intelligence Officer, Southern Department, Fort Sam Houston,TX. War Department, Washington, D.C. , November 19, 1918.
2 leaves.
“Personal Property-Gertrude H. Lustig.” Memorandum from District Intelligence Officer to United States Marshal, Fort Worth, TX. November 27, 1918.
l leaf.
Letter from Department of Justice, Office of United States Attorney, Northern District of Texas to Captain S. C. Kile. Fort Worth, TX, , November 27, 1918.
1 leaf.
Transcripts of four letters sent by Gertrude H. Lustig to the Attorney General at Washington D.C.; to The Surgeon General, War Department, Washington D.C.; to Herman ; and to Mrs. Berns [Burns]. For Worth, TX, November 19, 1918.
4 leaves.
“Gertrude H. Lustig.” Carbon copy memorandum from F.B. Adams, Sgt. Corps. Intelligence Police to Department Intelligence Officer, Fort Sam Houston. Fort Worth, TX, December 2, 1918.
2 leaves.
“Gertrude H. Lustig.” Carbon copy of memorandum from S. C. Kile to Director of Military Intelligence, Washington, D.C.. Fort Sam Houston, TX, December 4, 1918.
3 leaves.
Transcript (copy) of a letter from John Lord O’Brien, The Special Assistant to The Attorney General for War Work to the United States Attorney at Fort Worth, TX. Department of Justice, Washington, D.C., February 7, 1919.
1 leaf.
Copy of decoded message, from Dunn to Intelligence Officer Fort Sam Houston. Washington, D.C., March 21, 1919.
1 leaf
Typewritten note from Dickey, Fort Sam Houston to Mill[itary] Staff, Washington, D.C.. March 23, 1919.
1 leaf.
Handwritten letter sent by Forest B. Adam to Capt. Kile enclosing newspapers clippings about Gertrude Lustig. Fort Worth, TX, December 21, 1918.
2 leaves.
Newspaper clipping entitled “Nurse to Ellis Island, Miss Lustig, Detained at Fort Worth, Will Be Interned.” No date.
Newspaper clipping entitled “Former Camp Bowie Nurse Will Go to Ellis Island Camp.” Fort Worth Record, December 20, 1918.
Newspaper clipping “Interned Army Nurse to be Taken to New York.” No date.
22 Sub-series 2: Investigation concerning the sale of tents made by the Zone Supply Officer
Typescript produced by Cap. S. C. Kile to the Department Intelligence Officer, Fort Sam Houston concerning the sale of tents made by the Zone Supply Officer at Houston, September 23, 1919.
38 leaves.
Forty four exhibits listed on pp. 36-37 of the preceding report are arranged numerically (1-25) and alphabetically (A-U). Exhibit 16, 22, 23 and V are lacking. January 24, 1919-August 11, 1919.
78 leaves.
23 Sub-series 3: Reports on the Industrial World Workers organization (I.W.W.) and pro-Communist propaganda
Typescript entitled The Menace of Bolshevism. Unsigned. No date.
24 leaves.
Typescript entitled “The I.W.W.” [The Industrial World Workers Organization]. 2 copies. Unsigned. No date.
29 leaves.
24 Sub-series 4: Reports on the activities of Governor George W.P. Hunt as I.W.W. sympathizer
Typescript entitled “Record of Governor George W. P. Hunt as I.W.W. sympathizer." Unsigned. No date.
6 leaves. 2 copies.
Photostatic copies of page 16 of pamphlet “Is Freedom Free.” Unsigned. No date.
4 leaves.
25 Sub-series 5: Comal Cemetery
“Comal Cemetery.” Handwritten list written in German containing dates (December 2-December 20, 1906), names, ages, and numbers. Signed by Fritz Bloedorn. No date.
24 leaves.
26 Sub-series 6: Funeral Remarks
Remarks of Missouri-Senator James A. Reed given at the funeral of Hon. Champ Clark in the House of Representatives. March 5, 1921.
1 leaf.
27 Sub-series 7: Property in Taxes
Typescript produced by Harvey S. Stoles about tracts of land called Blas Reyes situated in Dimmit County, South TX. San Antonio, , February 21, 1912.
12 leaves, page 1 is lacking.
Typescript about the Bivens Ranch situated in Pearsall, TX produced by John Bivens. Pearsall, TX, no date.
1 leaf.
Sketch map of Las Animas. Pearsall, TX. Unsigned. No date.
1 leaf.
Warranty deed from Harry Hunter to Albert Werber concerning the sale of some tracts situated in La Salle County, TX. August 28, 1911.
2 leaf.
Certification that there are no liens against a property in La Salle County, TX. County Court of La Salle. June 22, 1912.
1 leaf.
28 Sub-series 8: Publications
Counter-Espionage Laws of the United States. Summary compiled by American Protective League. Washington, D.C., 1918.
64 pp.
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OV 5 Sub-series 9: Oversized folders
Tract Maps
The Rock Island Land Owners’ Association. The White City on the Sap. Rock Island, Colorado County, TX.
2 copies. 56.5 x 41 cm.
Antesia Farm and Garden Tracts. JAS Anderson and co-owners and sole agents Cor. Navarro and Crockett Street, San Antonio.
6 Map
Official Map and Price List of Stuart River, British Columbia Canada. Transcontinental Townsite Co Limited, Sterling Bank.
1 copy. 70 x 51 cm.
Map of Texas. Texas-Mexico Development Company (S.C. Kile, Manager). San Antonio, TX.
3 copies. 54.5 x 60 cm.