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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 21 January 1923

l0; •ff wp -i '•.>*• SWil o\>J tl sa- -+ ~~ SOCIETY DEPARTMENT jvy ; MM i *W> P" 1 ■ *7 ft-#' m f a I. Cori Iturd* I . Pros }1 a . ' Al ad t.ho wai othci othet UCfcek 'X V- ■ , > I m ', 3 fi > P ; I 1- $ V ■T-'f" Calendar <M- Monday Bridge dub ~~ Mrs, Edgar Holland, 803 Sixth street, threo o'clock. -s ;■ ' . Public Library — Chamber of Commerce, *: 30 to,6 p. m. Degree o* Honor — Odd Fel- low#' ball, 7:30. Camp Hadeco — Mm. R. Lee DavKf, 1404 John street, 3:45. Camp Wenona — Headquar- ters, ' 4/ o'clock. Camp Mudjekeewia — Mrs. W. C. Griggs, '608 Sixth street, 4 o'clock. y Parent-Teachers' association of Anderson school -— At high school at 3:30. TIK8DAY— Tuesday Bridge Cluo — Mrs. L. F. Benckenstein, Fifth and Cherry streets, at three o'clock. Camp j Teh as — Mrs. Steele Campbell, 1002 Eighth street, at 3:30- > Oak Tr?e Nest: *Blue Birds— Mrs. T. C. Ford, Fifth and Eliu at 4 o'clock. Mothers' Department of Wo- men's club — Chamber of com- merce,'3; 30.^ WKDNKSI...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 21 January 1923

Mb*Vfthe be gladly Sunday morning g Cdmpaty. ' <MU'* umutm Manager. T«u , postotfice «s H«id4liai matter. OaiM Vrm Ammifra. ■' .JHfil . , B: 11* South 5tea|*KS8 tin character, standing " 1 "la«f '*PP«##i upoa 1<b baia brought to ■j6l EIESS__^0^ r, JANtfARY 51, 1923. L - n *£?-X Jjl |micri^ |okllarNS fi:® J Row t\V(| Ry - thjtra ypeS R^jfcr the prJ louii j: wM | ^j^tST-MflSW YORK Dr. Charles M. Sheldon, the famous pulpit and author i# ^sp0?4IWe for the t>est selling the age. "ImHis S^ejisH is notv in thef twenty- ^ ion of,its circulation and Dr. Sheldon «ever a cent for it as^t Was. riot p0pyr%h.tedf s 'sixteen-'■ firms'-in America and " * ' ■ * • ■ '.***■ * ■ "■ ■ ■ •'. i^d, "atid th^yi^vfer ^end u dime to the ; Sheldon recfeotly visited in New York. he saidii^l.Chrik were in would do very much as he said y <W<Z ■■*• • •'' ''V 4 * c 1 iV treats m Palestine." This is not .. , WOra?fs «! • - .Sr. ;•■*, ••; il tp come .to. JNew York, what do youj iA^"L <abKjat? ^he fi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 21 January 1923

PfflKra ..a'' ■; >WuT I BAPTIST CHURCH The foature at the week at Clip Baptiat church "will be the rpcoptlon to . the JBO member# ^received into tli# church during 1981, on Friday evening, begiuning at 7_: 80. The re- ,,- , ■ - wjr*,-« ception will be,held la the basement I'rww}.—Japan may * of^thpchurch. All members pf the with 'the' Wnlied Stiita church r<j. eipected to at ton d ,tbt) B e<jtlng whleh la one of the big oc- casions-of thfc year. An iutorostlug program ha|i been arr^ugriMl i . Be- Iroshineuts wUl be aeirrod,, SsjPSffli AUTY TOKYO, By A. L. LANOTHV ' Secretary American Bowligfe Cong- (Written for the United Press) Mir.WAUKBB, Wis.. Jan. 20.— The t wenty-thlrd Inftraatlonal tour- nament of the American ltowllng Congress, to bo held In this city from March 10 to April proralswl' to be the greatest athletic carnival .of the decade. There la an entry Hut of over teu11 thousand partlcl- JimiiH from ever? section* of the country and a huge prize Hat that run as hig...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 21 January 1923

M'. i Hi! ■ ^ i msm mi#*** ."^ vw^rilj.^ w, j f:,:kt, t/OTKi jlgMBrg^: 7 i«r the gtiid :ti( t Captain In length wltb a beam of 16 fi«t and a tlnUt «; bout (Ire fwt. Hffiirtljod tl.-ontf'wi't in tb most KsWltful of Hondu.u selected curl grain mahog- any aud t<:;tkwood, tiu; vr>at>el cannot be appro c«H.<l hy another in souiU'.n WAtcr-j In lo.card to 'Pierim! i canty. A groat K^f of her t?t r \.e,«i:r.« j* ?«et'W U*e wwed mui'h* * UMbUM lu'her Crarac and the c .*€> bottom 13d Mte. ... ;%'.j Aside Irom the ownW'" s«*t« r-.^u forward there are three statcrooma amitlshlps. Sevan paasengors can one of the moat widely i Of stuall craft In tl e I: SfafW. the yacht "Augusta/' h«r owner, O. ii. ^Ulpt of Hous: the inly passenger t-boanl. ur- 'i .,6#arigw Saturday utorntng and tied tip at tbo waterfror.t; . The wlU continue her voyn«« to Arthur, Louisiana, early today. i|fr. Plll<H iP mBkin« dte voyage to t^ns&Bfc ton^f t. , attend - (h%i fJftlifatt'JUIItdU dufr, of which ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 21 January 1923

■MB |&> -i- •" • f**- r - si'f-W? ■ ' I-; ' l* i i Itt t 1 1 .* :' | T i •v. u>'.& 9 K ' gly i I m I r II J ft' m . '• !' fe ' si # m !' *1 - I VOLUME IX. Second Section ORANGE, TEXAS, SUNDAY, JANUARY 21, 1923. Second Section .■ I- P& .'•V HARRISON COUNTY VIGILANTES COMPARED AS SOVIET N PROSECUTION WILL REVEAL mm Girl Champ Adds New Crown Two Mob Members Now Named in Connection With Mer Rouge Reign of Terror. COURTHOUSE. BASTROP, I.n . Jan. 20. — The black hood «•< needl- ing Identity of members ol' I hie nun der mob that kidnapped and tortu<i! Watt Daniel and Thus. Richards Irsi August will 1)0 listed complotoh' to day, officials conducting tito probe of the reign of terror declared. Two men In the marked Imnd that conducted the kidnaping hnv«• In><>n named by witnesses S. J. Burnett, former deputy sheriff and the onl) man nndnr arrest charred with the Daniel-Richards murder. was posi tlvely identified liv a relative and E. N. Gray, deacon of a chur...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 21 January 1923

nJBP -MM I ':- ■ ■■■>■■'..- . 1. _ - "" > . ;iv ■■. ■ ,,w .■ IP & mm * ^SiBPW ' • T • • * • • • ••• «. • w • •' -wna ..THE ORANGE DAILY * . WA8HINCTON, Jan. 20 —"Every friend of waterways In the United Stale*", says a bulletin Issued by the National Rivers and Harbors^ j, Congress, "should immediately write —or, better still, telegraph—the senator* and representatives from his state, telling whether he favors the recommendations of the director of the budget or those of the chief of engineers. . , "The budget bureau has recom- mended 127,625,760 for the main* tenance and improvement of rivers and harbors in the fiscal year end- ing June 30, 1324, with an addi- tional $456,850 for surveys, ex- aminations and contingencies, a total of S28.082.610. The annual report of the chief of engineers gives the amount that can profitably be expended for river and harbor work during the coming fiscal year as 156.590,410, of which $1,1,412,- 280 is for maintenanc and $4 3.- 178,130 for i...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 21 January 1923

DAY, JAN. 21, 1928. . •— 1 0mtfi •a as late m 10 i. m. ume day's paper. Anything l*1UJ11111^ lntM« mm <Ujr*« edition. ISLin They will be Uken oyer lone through courtesy, but; here change ready when the jo" iii? *or<to *°""' •** ""■H*"1 ! ' TBLBPHONH 4 ud M. 1 FOR KENT 8& ^ t RN1SHED or unfurnished iooiub for rent at G03 Fourth uiui Plue. Also becla 5dc a night. Phoue 627. Fblt RENT: liooui and board closo ' 5K S(H 1,1ront St. Phoue 317. FbRN^JiutAPAUTAlliNT, conve- niences aud fuel. xio7 Muin ( , Pbouo 213. FOR KENT: Two nico front rooms with or Without garage. Phono 85#. , ? 'v^lf \jpNQ. '740 for furnished or unfur- nished ihousekeepfug apartments. Alaoj garage. 4(Jt> Green avenue. FOl^ KENT: 3-rooui unfurnished apartments, private buili, corner 4th a lid Elm. Mrs. Geo. Caii. j ', ! FOR1 ltEKT: Two una four-room apartments, furnished or untur- nitfhed. Apply 608 iarK. Phone 166. ' i ' ■ ' FOR RENT: lledroomB for gentle- ineh; also light housekeeping K rooms.; 1>i2 M...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 21 January 1923

&u*: , I'I* I'l I I .LI I ■ I ■ I h. .1 . „ I, I Wm * R m mm <$> *■ JM a&s m ®#.:- mE mmmmmmmamk *■ mm a i uman; flr^ 3ji3 IHKtfi OUll UIX X , WJ *V *) ■" > «" i ^V'" •'= v;v • ■■■•' '■.'" ';< t* • vvr # ■ iG / A.-': STAGE HIT ISFILSB Human Hearts," Great Film Drama, to Be Seen Here on Tues and Wed. " ' Thorn are two standards by which to judge "Hitman Hearts" before seojnjr it at the Strand theatre next Tuesday and Wednesday. One is the elements that went into its making. House Peters, the star, a favorite with ail who appreciated real dram- atic ability. Tbe case including ,s<ich noted j players as Kussell Simpson, Georpe j Harkathorne, Mary Phil bin. Edith j Hailor. Oortrude Claire, Ramsey I Wallace, Snitz Edwards, H. R. Karr. Get)'1 Dawson. Lucretia Harris, (Jeorre w. West and Eminett King. i The story the greatest play that! evrc nil. d the stapt?: for n decade I the tno"? popular play in the world,! bavins more road companies out at ' otic tiase than any...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 21 January 1923

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 21 January 1923

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 21 January 1923

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 21 January 1923

V . ■>. ; •>; ■ * .K-gaBKMeNBm.^Mwtiggfri! ? ■; \ ' ' V - \p:'''j'V-''7: i '" mm y-W: ®§ - ■ '' :fc3 § IP 5iawpEI HMMEUHY40I* VWCH UND CHWMtl m Bvrr such M>ucrt vea.wjrfAH-HM i ST wr«il begins RS'J) SILSPECT! MEETheEU folWVWV. DE QUteH'5 ROYfXV. COM - PUMEMTS AM SHE ?>M(S HEPsH a k bucv<\ H13 majesty VS DMN& WITH THfta KKTZENHOOZIS BUNCH TMC. OUegTWCt DUCK FOR 1HO* DlNNd* OOHPUME**—' OtftfY tiM.0070 GK8WTCH? * 7 ranm 1 pptvt iinriiMiWWiyi .-J -'• * w& fjtifS-.w* *}'■]& k.-" 'm ■, 'Whiix.r- ••'••>'• •< ■•. ■: • pili ! :.: <■!''•■ MMM mm m$ r; ^ ,dl ( HI t y * \ ■ML 111 \ \ J|l\ V •• > "**Lt\l XI. '■ •••:• '• iS6« ■ «, ' III! ill jl r'Hot tto\ Hoi \££R Tlbt lSS( rlat=-TilRKiPr\ i SOFT ^TAC ON t>ER HtfT A\1^ UNO VCELTCH UP DEM Bum IN t>ERB<31TVai D T>JA EFER HBVRSUCH <V W&STY snicker tor \>E^ [CJOTMN §J£*^ t & J i.,u 1.1.... - iJL. i.,!, Z\?py UOJHOW could I OOltHYnl®ET HtM «M GMWtt'.l l^/S^OtiS ge -turned UND DER END COM...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 22 January 1923

3tm JSSIf/'-w ■ litar Pfill lasfifl -■! % IP 3$ ^'S mm a •'; g|: ■ ■.r 1 it tMiM m wm* BfeT' Stormj^War star# wftirnfnf for th« Ctalf of M^ioo WM issued at 1. jfe' la; today by the. redftral weatiwi bu- reau at Now Orleans, a copy of which was received by E. W, AV dcirson, local forecaster. " ; According to the warning,, the storm Is travelling northwest and Wilkjtrfke tha Texas coast by Wi$|ie*day mom inf. There will be increasing wind* with modfefv ate northerly gales, the warning ■ -Mii. *. — * * iwaif?*• W' rr •' . 1 ' k, i ' lawfli Mi IJB l w'SfJwSi V^iS; SnMK&N <4 **- yxi L 1 P§® if w Efffy' Hi • e^D 't!1 ...I11I1BI1I1! C/dnese Minister ~ 3M® . * s.ls 'jr'V'SJS T* * v "Ma jc %%*% RADICALISM IS tor a short cut to mrely a quest Easy Street' ' ' J A' LEADER must know what lie (stands for, or else know what the joople will fall for. WASO, Jan. man arrested tlon with the E. Holt and ■J2.~-A man and n wo- here today in connoe- brutul slaying" of W. Mrs. Bthol Deneaiup, THIS S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 22 January 1923

Mm «L k*i^3E ii8|?ra vv . I B i A II I \ \ OlldeOt) tho ftwt England is minus In the game of ro- llWl f$ymms \ y ... .: be oa a parity with 20 capital ships each. Under the agreement England must scrap four capital veesels upon commissioning tbe pair if, new ones. Japan's quota will be ten ships. It there is *. hlteb anywhere tbe bal- caplt&l ships, planned as anc« Is destroyed and England for powerful afloat and ached- the first tim«v will li^d hesself sec- ond in naval'power. * * . o Meantime alarming rumors chme from France that the naval agfpe- ment may Hot be okayed. '< mtMtw be begun 'jthis month may mere paper sketches in the Hr the signatory nations make ' Consummate tha'p^hing.. aent treuty, England will tied with japan a* a bad la sea power, naval experts i out. Inatio^aSMjver^^^f!.*® understood, weeks m?< , that plana of ' two n|«fr ship* would be carried beomplotfoa. Thto followed tlia for bids on the-ffort Ofthe ad- miralty for the construction of the &•*'...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 22 January 1923

|k Six iMaisffi «*v' SOCIETY DEPARTMENT ■ '•' '>'*$ .ft,; " "{& ;m, Pfir' it' I k | B-> \* i \ f' lW$M| 1 i v "::V( gjil' ■'. m MONDAY-—.. . ld«e chtb — Mrs. Edgar Holland, 803 Sixth street, thTee o'clock. Pjjihllc Library — Chamber of Commerce, 2:30 to 5 p. m. Degree of Honor —«|Odd Fel- lows' hall, 7:30; Camp Hndeco — Mrs. R. Lee Davis, 1404 Johp street, 3:45. Camp Wenona — Headquar- ters, 4 o'clock. Camp Mndjekeewls — Mrs. W. C. Griggs, 608 Sixth street, 4 .o'clock, t *% Parent-Teachers' association Of Anderson school — At high school at 3r30. TUESDAY—- Tuesday Bridge ■ Clu'j ' Mrs. L. F. Benckenste'.u,* Fifth and Cherry streets, at three o'clock. Camp ' Tehae — Mrs. Steele Campbell, 1002 . Eighth street, at 3:30, Oak Tree Nest: Blue Bl/ds— Mrs. T. C. Ford, Fijth and Elm at 4 o'clock. Mothers' Department of Wo- men's club —- Chamber of com- merce, 3:30, WEDNESDAY-— Wednesday Bridge club — Mrs. Joe Malone, 404 Cypress street at 7 p. m. V. P. M. 8. of First Methodist chur...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 22 January 1923

i , ' • vt, ' i ; « : v xtLw/f. *r i j&tiHffia? •: iKfcssp 1 -fhh HB and Broadway, New Tot* OUy; Its Suulh Micblga* 8!*«L, aracter. glandlng or reputation *111 b« gladly corrected upon ita being brought to if®; W Wmi „■■■■ ..I—E-, JAWUAR-j&gg, MB# ■p.- *'¥*"""'^ > j'V.'i. ' RUSSIAN BEDS, II i started an anti-religious drive on s eve of the Russian Christmas, Millions "of anti- were distributed. A famous Am- is responsible for the following: ~ fone thing can fdilow log- chi w 16 reader of History that the 9ie world war without the pass- le pulpits prayed and then cheer- and their own warrior. t has been this way from the beginning. It continue to be this until the end of time. Through- human nature has been much the same i veneer of civilization, man has j|l!i|t in him., hot be primitive, but he is saturated with his passions, have been aroused. .nil iH R1 * v-- - —.—■* at so c BS'vfpi BHH ■i v' v wmm .TsMwtp-6-lotev VOUR S\WCETHeARTV<AEM U«T kiss wbahs * d JP aPtvip^^l...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 22 January 1923

w$m OVmM • I- <*# ^IWSliur I tor . mmm UPBp'* tor wB ; . i , ,~V"ftv % :-.ri Hi' MK,. a line tor first Insertion* 6c a <81* iworda toths Uo*.).' >0. ads accepted ' ™«aEaflaKt!S :,SIP^ • lU(i lOOlllU for reut at 603 Fourth fcjpK, ilw beds &0c a night. (Phones^lP FOa RKNT: * 04 ..mL . ,aicej i'liouu npUlfi KC13 AfcENCY Kipr aswiifisn :v :' KING 748 for lurn^ oritur' 11# tor iurotobett or ■ 1...H I n. ml ' L ■■■ill., 4,11.1, | ill11 | fetf§*M Si w,.,?f Hftwj ?wr-*55i^ * apartments, furnished or \imur- : Awly |08 i'aoue r ■ . " >86, I ■' ;' . "••■ FOE KENT: Bodrooma for geutle- tV meni; also light !#'•;■ room*.' 912 Main, ft RING 832 (or furniBlied or unfur- nished 'rooms with all conveniences. I 'f housekeeping m SPiffPI Cfl BEFORE BUYLNO A SPECIALLY, PHONU <• Two photographs betweeil l|0.'• Oteau and 70? Pine street. tyot|lrh"to Mrs. Cl>a . E. Xefiplfr. Mfani Oreou avr— ' Once Bandit Queen is Hounded by Law I '.''I -f ( \ DENVER, COlo., Jan. 22. Eva Lewis, once b...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 22 January 1923

■ i \;'UR: aasaa I IK Pined $25 Each for Contempt of Court; Negro Gamblers FinecJ $45 Each. Eight parsons wejn? fined f 5 an«f * <*•• Of shout $25 each on *rues of contempt of court prowinsr £pf fallur.-e of persons to answer ft SHmmons to appear In justice court *0 face charges of violation of speed l*w* on the county concrete mad* Among the eight fined for con- tempt of court, were one woman and * Port Arthur man. The others w<rt> reif (dents Of Orange. Three parsons catered picas r>' guilt y to traffic violations and pa if fines of $ 1 and costs 'which aprjjre gated about $19. Two were for a) leged spoedirijr and the other foi .runnlnj; without fi tail light. Four necroes. arrested at Orange oil field Saturday nlgh£ by Shoriff Helton on charges of gambling, pleaded guilty today. Three of them paNUfiftes of $|.4S0 cub and the third was held in th( county jail *n default of the fine. \'o«r eyes are ymir most priceless possession. iv> not neplect them.— JOB LVC.AS and...

Publication Title: Orange Daily Leader, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 23 January 1923

eHk PMI ft- WBW - ■ > TaW 11 I ft %'• mmm mm 9Hb$l mm < •S;fC:','i V-. 1PP ;' ■ ' -4* The Texas University Longhorn band, together w|th its vaudeville tur- companlment will play In prunge on th# night of March 20, according to tentative plans and negotiations now being formulated. • j - The Longhorn band -#111 appear here under the auspices of the Young Men's Business League. Final de- cision to put on the attraction was reached at a meeting of the mem- bership of the league held last night in the chamber or commerce hall. The J>and will come under a speci- fied guarantee, which includes plac- ing of the some 60 members of the university road aggregation In homes in the city during there stay. Thts latter work will be undertaken i y the University Alumno Association members of Orange. V County Engineer Mpeaks The league listened last night to a j detailed explanation of the present j highway situation in Texas in a com- ' prehensile talk by j. £. Johnson, j county engineer,...

Publication Title: Orange Daily Leader, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Daily Leader — 23 January 1923

if j ■T j- si Jl.JL FORT WORTH, Jan. SS.-^-TflatMi stands thirty-ninth oil the lint in the ■mount of revenue collected by the atate In license fees per motor car. ! according to a statement Issued by the Texas Highway association to- day. , f • ' "In Texas." says the stateiigftb the license fee .tor a .25 horse power passenger car is Thirty eight states have llighor feesthaA that for a 26 horse power passenger ear, beginning with'Oregon where vthe fee Is *34.00. The license fees for this class of car In those thirty- eight states. In their order, follows: Oregon, $34.00; Minnesota, 133.60.; Iowa, f?7.f0; , Vermont, <25.00; New Hampshire. $20.70?" Idaho, $20.00; North Carolina, $20.00; Oklahoma, 118.85; Alabama $18.75; Connecticut, $18.00; West Virginia, $17.50; . Washington. $17.20; North Dakota, $16.30; Michigan, $15.70; Georgia, $15.00; Kentucky, $15.00; Maryland. $15.00; Montana, $15,00; Vlrklnia. ,$15.00; Arkansas, $14.90; Rhode Island. $14.90; Nebraska, $13.50 Delaware, $13....

Publication Title: Orange Daily Leader, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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