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 ACCESSION: 32496499
TITLE: Lubbock County census, 1880, 1900, 1910 :
including 1920 city of Lubbock census /
EDITION: [Corrected ed.]
PLACE: Lubbock, Tex. :
PUBLISHER: South Plains Genealogical Society,
YEAR: 1994
PUB TYPE: Book
FORMAT: 1 v. (various pagings) ; 28 cm.
NOTES: At head of title : "Lubbock County, Texas".
SUBJECT: Lubbock County (Tex.) -- Census, 1880.
Lubbock County (Tex.) -- Census, 1900.
Lubbock County (Tex.) -- Census, 1910.
Lubbock (Tex.) -- Census, 1920.
Lubbock County (Tex.) -- Genealogy.
OTHER: Hughes, Dorothy Dillard.
South Plains Genealogical Society (Lubbock, Tex.)
Lubbock County, Texas.

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ACCESSION: 31473982
TITLE: Lubbock County census, 1880, 1900, 1910 :
including 1920 city of Lubbock census /
PLACE: Lubbock, Tex. :
PUBLISHER: South Plains Genealogical Society,
YEAR: 1991
PUB TYPE: Book
FORMAT: 6, 69, 10, 17 leaves ; 28 cm.
NOTES: At head of title : "Lubbock County, Texas".
SUBJECT: Lubbock County (Tex.) -- Census, 1880.
Lubbock County (Tex.) -- Census, 1900.
Lubbock County (Tex.) -- Census, 1910.
Lubbock (Tex.) -- Census, 1920.
Lubbock County (Tex.) -- Genealogy.
OTHER: Hughes, Dorothy Dillard.
South Plains Genealogical Society (Lubbock, Tex.)
Lubbock County, Texas.

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ACCESSION: 31217653
AUTHOR: Rylander, Dorothy.
TITLE: Marriages, 1891-1915 /
EDITION: [2nd ed.]
PLACE: Lubbock, Tex. :
PUBLISHER: South Plains Genealogical Society,
YEAR: 1991
PUB TYPE: Book
FORMAT: 38 leaves ; 28 cm.
NOTES: Includes bride and groom indexes.
Cover title.
At head of title: Lubbock County, Texas.
SUBJECT: Marriage records -- Texas -- Lubbock County.
Registers of births, etc. -- Texas -- Lubbock County.
Lubbock County (Tex.) -- Genealogy.
OTHER: Lubbock County, Texas marriages 1891-1915.

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ACCESSION: 28359216
TITLE: Early Lubbock newspapers, 1891-1910.
PLACE: Lubbock, Tex. :
PUBLISHER: South Plains Genealogical Society,
YEAR: 1991
PUB TYPE: Book
FORMAT: 72 leaves ; 28 cm.
NOTES: At head of title : "Lubbock County, Texas".
Cover title.
SUBJECT: Lubbock County (Tex.) -- History.
Lubbock County (Tex.) -- Genealogy.
OTHER: South Plains Genealogical Society (Lubbock, Tex.)
Lubbock County, Texas.

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ACCESSION: 28359161
AUTHOR: Heaner, Dorothy Bearden.
TITLE: Lubbock County property tax, 1879-1910, 1917 :
including 1903 and 1904 poll tax /
PLACE: Lubbock, Tex. :
PUBLISHER: South Plains Genealogical Society,
YEAR: 1991
PUB TYPE: Book
FORMAT: 118 p. ; 28 cm.
NOTES: At head of title : "Lubbock County, Texas".
SUBJECT: Lubbock County (Tex.) -- Genealogy.
OTHER: South Plains Genealogical Society (Lubbock, Tex.)
Lubbock County, Texas.

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ACCESSION: 28359075
AUTHOR: Hughes, Dorothy Dillard.
TITLE: Lubbock County census, 1880, 1900, 1910 :
including 1920 city of Lubbock census /
PLACE: Lubbock, Tex. :
PUBLISHER: South Plains Genealogical Society,
YEAR: 1991
PUB TYPE: Book
FORMAT: 21, 10 leaves ; 28 cm.
NOTES: At head of title : "Lubbock County, Texas".
SUBJECT: Lubbock County (Tex.) -- Census, 1880.
Lubbock County (Tex.) -- Census, 1900.
Lubbock County (Tex.) -- Census, 1910.
Lubbock (Tex.) -- Census, 1920.
Lubbock County (Tex.) -- Genealogy.
OTHER: South Plains Genealogical Society (Lubbock, Tex.)
Lubbock County, Texas.

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ACCESSION: 27924086
AUTHOR: Dickson, Danella.
TITLE: Stories on stone :
Lubbock County Civil War veterans /
PLACE: [Lubbock, Tex. :
PUBLISHER: D. Dickson,
YEAR: 1992
PUB TYPE: Book
FORMAT: 139 p., [12] leaves of plates : ill. ; 28 cm.
SUBJECT: Veterans -- Texas -- Lubbock County -- Biography.
Lubbock County (Tex.) -- Genealogy.
United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 --
Biography.
OTHER: Lubbock County Civil War veterans.

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ACCESSION: 26067796
AUTHOR: Vickers, Elizabeth Jarrott, 1888-1980.
TITLE: Papers,
YEAR: 1938 1963
PUB TYPE: Archive/Manuscript Control
FORMAT: 1 microfilm reel (12 ft.) : negative
NOTES: Consists of the correspondence required to secure a delayed birth certificate for Elizabeth Jarrott Vickers. It reveals a portion of the Jarrott-Abernathy family history. Consists of correspondence and legal documents, 1938-1963. Microfilm. Lubbock, Texas: Southwest Collection, Texas Tech University, 1982. Member of a pioneer family in Lubbock, Texas. Her husband and son were Lubbock attorneys.
SUBJECT: Vickers, Elizabeth Jarrott, -- 1888-1980.
Jarrott family.
Abernathy family.
Genealogy -- Texas.
Frontier and pioneer life -- Texas.
Lubbock County (Tex.) -- Genealogy.
Abernathy (Tex.) -- Genealogy.

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ACCESSION: 25457143
AUTHOR: Davis, Bill, collector.
TITLE: Collection,
YEAR: 1891 1917
PUB TYPE: Archive/Manuscript Control
FORMAT: 561 leaves
NOTES: Consists of the register for the Emma-Lubbock Methodist Episcopal Church, South (1892-1917), which lists the names of ministers serving the church, members of the congregation, weddings and births; the register of the Justice of the Peace, Precinct 1, Lubbock County (1891-1907), which lists cases brought before the justice and the rulings, and the account book of the Lubbock County Commissioners (1910-1916) noting accounts charged to and paid by the commissioners. Bill Davis served as a Lubbock County, Texas judge from 1959- 1964.
SUBJECT: Emma-Lubbock Methodist Episcopal Church (Lubbock, Tex.)
Methodist Episcopal Church (Lubbock, Tex.)
Lubbock County Commissioners.
Church records and registers -- Texas -- Lubbock -- History.
Churches -- Texas -- Lubbock.
Court records -- Texas -- Lubbock County.
Judgments -- Texas -- Lubbock County -- History.
Finance, Public -- Accounting -- Texas -- Lubbock -- History.
Lubbock (Tex.) -- Church history.
Lubbock (Tex.) -- Genealogy.
Lubbock County (Tex.) -- Politics and government.
Lubbock County (Tex.) -- History.
Lubbock County (Tex.) -- Economic conditions.

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ACCESSION: 24395794
AUTHOR: Lubbock County Historical Survey Committee (Lubbock, Tex.)
TITLE: Collection,
YEAR: 1935 1960
PUB TYPE: Archive/Manuscript Control
FORMAT: 284 leaves
NOTES: Includes correspondence, minutes, by-laws and literary productions. Collection bulks (1959-1960) with typed essays written by various area residents on the history of Lubbock and Lubbock County, Texas. Eighteen of the essays were written by Temple Ann Ellis. Organized in 1935 as part of the Texas State Historical Survey Committee. Responsible for surveying and preserving historical buildings, marking historical sites and cooperating with tourist programs in the Lubbock, Texas, area.
SUBJECT: Lubbock County Historical Survey Committee (Lubbock, Tex.)
Texas State Historical Survey Committee.
Cities and towns -- Texas -- Lubbock County -- History.
Frontier and pioneer life -- Texas -- Lubbock County.
Historic buildings -- Texas -- Lubbock County.
Lubbock County (Tex.) -- History.
Lubbock County (Tex.) -- Biography.
Lubbock County (Tex.) -- Church history.
Lubbock County (Tex.) -- Genealogy.
Lubbock County (Tex.) -- Social life and customs.
Lubbock (Tex.) -- History.
Slide (Tex.) -- History.
OTHER: Ellis, Temple Ann, b. 1878.

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ACCESSION: 22980921
AUTHOR: Rylander, Dorothy, 1909-1988.
TITLE: Papers,
YEAR: 1854 1988
PUB TYPE: Archive/Manuscript Control
FORMAT: 12,170 leaves
NOTES: Clippings, scrapbook material, and printed material. Collection bulks (1938-1988) with material about West Texas and the Lubbock area in the form of newspaper clippings and scrapbook material. Of special interest is the obituary file, concerned primarily with Lubbock, that contains a great deal of genealogical information. Also of interest is Rylander's political scrapbook material concerning Franklin D. Roosevelt, Harry S. Truman, George Mahon and Sam Rayburn. Collection also contains scrapbook material pertaining to the Texas Centennial (1936). Former assistant to Congressman George H. Mahon, historian and genealogist. Born in Belton, ` Texas, in 1909. Moved to Lubbock, Texas, in 1918.
SUBJECT: Mahon, George Herman, -- 1900-1985.
Truman, Harry S., -- 1884-1972.
Roosevelt, Franklin D. -- (Franklin Delano), -- 1882-1945.
Rayburn, Sam, -- 1882-1961.
Rush, S.S. -- (Squire Stanton), -- 1857-1935.
Texas Tech University. -- College of Engineering.
Pathfinders (Lubbock, Tex.)
South Plains Genealogical Society.
Lubbock County Historical Survey Committee.
Lubbock Cultural Affairs Council.
Lubbock Heritage Society.
Texas Tech University -- History.
Obituaries -- Texas.
Women -- Texas.
Lubbock (Tex.) -- Genealogy.
Texas, West.
Texas -- Centennial celebrations, etc.
Washington (D.C.)

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ACCESSION: 17937126
AUTHOR: Daughters of the American Revolution. Texas Society. Nancy
Anderson Chapter.
TITLE: Texas cemetery records of Lubbock and surrounding counties /
PLACE: [S.l.] :
PUBLISHER: The Society,
YEAR: 1957
PUB TYPE: Book
FORMAT: 118 leaves ; 28 cm.
NOTES: Photocopy of microfilm.
Includes index.
SUBJECT: Cemeteries -- Texas -- Lubbock County.
Cemeteries -- Texas -- Hale County.
Cemeteries -- Texas -- Swisher County.
Cemeteries -- Texas -- Motley County.
Cemeteries -- Texas -- Dickens County.
Cemeteries -- Texas -- Borden County.
Cemeteries -- Texas -- Crosby County.
Lubbock County (Tex.) -- Genealogy -- Sources.
Hale County (Tex.) -- Genealogy -- Sources.
Swisher County (Tex.) -- Genealogy -- Sources.
Motley County (Tex.) -- Genealogy -- Sources.
Dickens County (Tex.) -- Genealogy -- Sources.
Borden County (Tex.) -- Genealogy -- Sources.
Crosby County (Tex.) -- Genealogy -- Sources.

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ACCESSION: 17666387
AUTHOR: Rylander, Dorothy.
TITLE: Lubbock County, Texas marriages, 1891-1915 /
PLACE: Lubbock, Tex. :
PUBLISHER: South Plains Genealogical Society,
YEAR: 1987
PUB TYPE: Book
FORMAT: 37 leaves ; 28 cm.
NOTES: Includes bride and groom indexes.
SUBJECT: Marriage records -- Texas -- Lubbock County.
Registers of births, etc. -- Texas -- Lubbock County.
Lubbock County (Tex.) -- Genealogy.

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ACCESSION: 12016371
AUTHOR: Pritchard, Allene Loveless.
TITLE: Carlisle cemetery :
A cemetery survey of headstones and heritages/
PLACE: Lubbock, TX :
PUBLISHER: Caprock Copy & Print,
YEAR: 1985
PUB TYPE: Book
FORMAT: 38 p. : ill. ; 22 cm.
SUBJECT: Registers of births, etc. -- Texas -- Lubbock County.
Cemeteries -- Texas.
Lubbock County (Tex.) -- Genealogy.
OTHER: Carlisle Cemetery Heritage Association.

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ACCESSION: 11309294
TITLE: Abernathy :
remembering yesterday, looking to tomorrow :
diamond anniversary official souvenir program.
PLACE: [Abernathy, Tex. :
PUBLISHER: Abernathy Chamber of Commerce?,
YEAR: 1984
PUB TYPE: Book
FORMAT: [122] p. : ill., 1 map, ports. ; 28 cm.
NOTES: Cover title.
"August 3, 4, and 5, 1984."--P. 1 of cover.
SUBJECT: Abernathy (Tex.) -- History.
Hale County (Tex.) -- History.
Hale County (Tex.) -- Genealogy.
Lubbock County (Tex.) -- History.
Lubbock County (Tex.) -- Genealogy.
OTHER: Abernathy, remembering yesterday, looking to tomorrow.

ACCESSION: 24038824
AUTHOR: Klattenhoff, William J., 1899-1979.
TITLE: Family papers
YEAR: 1863 1979
PUB TYPE: Archive/Manuscript Control
FORMAT: 15,021 leaves
NOTES: Includes business and personal correspondence, legal and financial and materials, scrapbook materials and printed materials pertaining to the business, political, religious, and personal activities of William J. Klattenhoff, his father M. F. Klattenhoff, and other family members. Correspondence pertains to land colonization, agribusiness activities, and William J. Klattenhoff's activities in the Republican Party. Of articular interest are the records of the Posey, Littlefield, Lazbuddie Parish of the Lutheran Church (1927-1972) and the wartime correspondence of Ben C. Klattenhoff (1942-1945), who served in the Pacific during World War II. Microfilm. Lubbock, Texas: Southwest Collection, Texas Tech University, 1979. 4 reels Early Lubbock County, Texas, settler. Farmer, landowner, civic and political leader. Born in 1899 in Taylor County, Texas. Son of M. F. Klattenhoff, a German immigrant farmer and store owner active in land colonization in Texas and Mexico. Came to West Texas with his family in 1911, settling on a farm three miles east of Slaton, Texas. Active in the Republican Party, the Lutheran Church, land settlement and farming activities. Died in 1979.
SUBJECT: Klattenhoff family.
Schriever, John. F.
Cox, Jack.
Republican Party (Tex.) -- History.
Mexico American Land Company (Kansas City, Mo.)
Lutheran Church. -- Posey, Littefield, Lazbuddy Parish.
Fortuno Development Company.
Young Republican Federation of Texas.
Civic leaders -- Texas -- History.
Cotton growing -- Texas -- History.
Farm subsidies -- Texas -- History.
German Americans -- Texas -- History.
Land settlement -- Texas -- History.
Land settlement -- Mexico -- History.
Land titles -- Registration and transfer -- Texas -- History.
Lutheran Church -- Texas -- History.
Poll tax -- Texas -- History.
Tenant farming -- Texas -- History.
World War, 1939-1945 -- Personal narratives, American.
Texas -- Politics and government.
Texas, West -- Church history.
Lubbock County (Tex.) -- History.
Taylor County (Tex.) -- History.
OTHER: Klattenhoff, Ben C.
Klattenhoff, M. F. (Magnus F.)
Hayes, Clara Klattenhoff.
Benton, Lana Klattenhoff.
Klattenhoff, George.

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ACCESSION: 23851007
AUTHOR: McDonald, Mary Louise.
TITLE: The history of Lubbock County, Texas /
YEAR: 1942
PUB TYPE: Book
FORMAT: viii, 146 leaves : ill. ; 29 cm.
NOTES: Typescript (photocopy).
Thesis (M.A.)--University of Texas, 1942.
Bibliography: leaves 139-146.
SUBJECT: Lubbock County (Tex.) -- History.

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ACCESSION: 23667891
AUTHOR: Cox, Paris, 1846-1888.
TITLE: Papers,
YEAR: 1879 1892
PUB TYPE: Archive/Manuscript Control
FORMAT: 75 leaves
NOTES: Consists of correspondence and legal material (photocopied) concerning the sale and settlement of land at the Quaker Colony in Estacado, Crosby County, Texas. Includes letters received by Paris Cox, George M. Hunt, and J. W. Dalton. Texas colonizer. Born in 1846, Cox was a Quaker from North Carolina who moved to Indiana. Later traded his Boxley, Indiana, sawmill business for 50,000 acres of land in Crosby County, Texas. Came to Texas in 1876, and sold land for $0.25 an acre. By 1879, a Quaker colony was established near the town of Marietta, Texas. Named after Cox's wife, Marietta was re-named Estacado in 1886. By 1893, most of the colonists had left the South Plains. Cox died in 1888.
SUBJECT: Dalton, J. W.
Hunt, George M.
Land settlement -- Texas, West -- History.
Land titles -- Registration and transfer -- Texas, West -- History.
Quakers -- Colonization -- Texas, West -- History.
Estacado (Tex.) -- History.
Crosby County (Tex.) -- History.
Lubbock County (Tex.) -- History.
Marietta (Tex.) -- History.

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ACCESSION: 23476029
AUTHOR: Crump, Bob, 1879-1972.
TITLE: Papers,
YEAR: 1879 1972
PUB TYPE: Archive/Manuscript Control
FORMAT: 26,791 leaves
NOTES: Includes correspondence, diaries, financial and legal material, printed and scrapbook material pertaining to Crump's business, agricultural, and personal interests in Lubbock County, Texas. Collection bulks with financial, legal, and printed material concerning personal and agricultural interests. Also included are legal and financial materials concerning the Lubbock-Bridgeport Oil Development Company and the Ripley Townsite Company. Early settler of Lubbock County, Texas, rancher, farmer. Born in 1879 in Dallas County, Texas, and came to Lubbock County in 1890. Son of W. D. Crump, an early settler and county judge of Lubbock County, Texas. Owned a stockfarm near Shallowater, Texas, and raised registered Hereford cattle. Involved in the founding of Shallowater, Texas. Died in 1972 in Lubbock, Texas.
SUBJECT: Ripley Townsite Company.
Lubbock-Bridgeport Oil Development Company.
Panhandle South Plains Fair, Lubbock, Tex.
Agriculture -- Texas -- History.
Hereford cattle -- Texas.
Fairs -- Texas.
Real estate development -- Texas -- Lubbock County --History.
Livestock -- Marketing -- Catalogs.
Ranchers -- Texas -- History.
Cattle trade -- Texas -- History.
Lubbock (Tex.) -- History.
Lubbock County (Tex.) -- History.
Shallowater (Tex.) -- History.
OTHER: Crump, W. D. (William Dorsey)
Crump, Katie Bell, 1889-1980.
Crump, Mamie.
Mayfield, George L.
Bowles, J. C.

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ACCESSION: 23365912
AUTHOR: Casey, Don, collector.
TITLE: Shallowater, Texas Collection,
YEAR: 1910 1969
PUB TYPE: Archive/Manuscript Control
FORMAT: 549 leaves
NOTES: Includes correspondence, financial and legal materials, photographs, scrapbook and printed materials, biographies and interviews, maps, and literary productions gathered for Casey's book on the establishment and development of Shallowater, Lubbock County, Texas. Don Casey is the author of "The Early History of Shallowater" (The Museum Journal, 1970). Shallowater, Texas, located in Lubbock County, was founded in 1913 and was originally named Ripley.
SUBJECT: Ripley Townsite Company.
Real estate development -- Texas -- History.
Cities and towns -- Texas -- History.
Land settlement -- Texas -- Lubbock County -- History.
Shallowater (Tex.) -- History.
Lubbock County (Tex.)

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ACCESSION: 23347386
AUTHOR: Burns, Rollie C. (Rollie Clyde), 1857-1945.
TITLE: Papers,
YEAR: 1842 1958
PUB TYPE: Archive/Manuscript Control
FORMAT: 4,524 leaves
1 microfilm reel (105 ft.) negative
NOTES: Includes correspondence, legal and financial materials, printed material, diary, photographs, and literary productions pertaining to Rollie C. Burns and family. Collection bulks with literary productions and reminiscences of ranching activities, including a manuscript compiled by William Curry Holden. Rancher, civic leader. Born in 1857 in Missouri and came to Texas with his parents at age 4. Ranch manager for the Llano Cattle Company, Nave-McCord Cattle Company, and Western Land and Livestock Company prior to purchasing his own ranch, Idlewild. Active in the founding of Lubbock, Texas, he operated an automobile stageline from 1907-1909. Served as Lubbock County tax assessor for 14 years. Died in 1945.
SUBJECT: Llano Cattle Company.
Nave-McCord Cattle Company.
Western Land and Livestock Company.
Old Time Cattleman's Reunion.
Ranches -- Texas.
Civic leaders -- Texas -- Lubbock -- History.
Frontier and pioneer life -- Texas.
Cattle trade -- Texas -- History.
Ranch managers -- Texas -- History.
IOA Ranch (Tex.)
"ZZ" Ranch (Tex.)
Idlewild Hereford Ranch (Tex.)
Curry-Comb Ranch (Tex.)
Lubbock (Tex.) -- History.
Lubbock County (Tex.) -- History.
OTHER: Slaughter, C. C. (Christopher Columbus), 1837-1919.
Haley, J. Evetts (James Evetts), 1901-
Holden, William Curry, 1896-
Burns, C. S.
Burns, Mary Emma Boles.

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ACCESSION: 23293346
AUTHOR: Boyd, Hiley T., Sr., 1867-1952.
TITLE: Papers,
YEAR: 1897 1967
PUB TYPE: Archive/Manuscript Control
FORMAT: 2,236 leaves
1 microfilm reel (90 ft.) negative
NOTES: The bulk of this collection, ca. 1,170 leaves, is on microfilm. Includes correspondence, financial and legal materials, photographs, and printed and scrapbook materials. Collection bulks (1898-1934) with correspondence and financial and legal materials pertaining to Boyd's career as ranch foreman and ranch owner. Rancher. Born in 1867 in Mississippi and moved to Texas in 1881. Worked for cattleman C. C. Slaughter on the Lazy S Ranch, serving as foreman from 1897-1910. In 1910, Boyd estalished his own ranch in Southeastern Cochran County, Texas. Involved in real estate development in Lubbock, Texas, and served as county commissioner for Cochran County. Married Margaret Collins in 1907 and had three children. Died in 1952.
SUBJECT: Cattle trade -- Texas -- History.
Land settlement -- Texas -- History.
Land settlement -- New Mexico -- History.
Ranchers -- Texas -- History.
Ranches -- Texas -- History.
Ranch managers -- Texas -- History.
Lazy S Ranch (Tex.)
Hockley County (Tex.) -- History.
Cochran County (Tex.) -- History.
Bailey County (Tex.) -- History.
Lubbock County (Tex.) -- History.
Portales (N.M.) -- History.
OTHER: Slaughter, George M.
Slaughter, C. C. (Christopher Columbus), 1837-1919.

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ACCESSION: 23196711
AUTHOR: Rodgers, Irene VanLeer.
TITLE: Papers,
YEAR: 1900 1970
PUB TYPE: Archive/Manuscript Control
FORMAT: 126 leaves
NOTES: Includes correspondence, financial and legal material, photographs, newsclippings, and literary productions pertaining to ranch life, cattle, cowboys, the Rodgers family, school experiences, and political offices and events of Kent, Garza, and Dickens Counties. Collection bulks (1902-1970) with related newsclippings. Of particular interest are photos of the Spur Inn, Spur, Texas (ca. 1910), the school house and students of Dickens, Texas (ca. 1910), and other photos of early residents and structures of Garza, Kent, and Dickens Counties of Texas. Homemaker, county treasurer of Garza County, Texas. Mrs. Rodgers was educated in a one-room school house in Dickens County, Texas and married Norman Nonnie Rodgers, a rancher in Kent County, Texas, in 1906. Their children were named Novis N., Rose Jean, and Dan V. The Rodgers moved to Post, Texas, in 1922, and Mr. Rodgers died in 1936. Appointed Deputy County Clerk of Garza County in 1939, Mrs. Rodgers was elected County Treasurer of Garza County, Texas in 1941. She later resided in Lubbock, Texas.
SUBJECT: General Federation of Women's Clubs.
Junior Welfare League. Spur Inn (Spur, Tex.)
General Federation of Women's Clubs Convention ( -- 1941 : -- Atlantic City).
Texas Cowboy Reunion ( -- 1939: -- Stamford, Texas).
Ranches -- Texas.
Land titles -- Registration and transfer -- Texas.
Frontier and pioneer life -- Texas.
Rural schools -- Texas.
County government -- Texas.
Dickens (Tex.) -- History.
Garza County (Tex.) -- History.
Kent County (Tex.) -- History.
Lubbock County (Tex.) -- History.
Snyder (Tex.)
OTHER: Rodgers, N. N., Sr.
Rodgers, N. N., Jr.
Rodgers, Willis.
Rodgers, Rose Jean.
Roundtree, Mason.

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ACCESSION: 23195073
AUTHOR: Benson, W. D., Sr., 1865-1946.
TITLE: Papers,
YEAR: 1884 1912
PUB TYPE: Archive/Manuscript Control
FORMAT: 2,860 leaves
NOTES: Early Lubbock, Texas, lawyer. Born in 1865 in Dekalb County, Missouri.
SUBJECT: Land settlement -- Texas -- Lubbock -- History.
Real estate development -- Texas -- Lubbock -- History.
Land subdivision -- Texas -- Lubbock -- History.
Abstracts of title -- Texas -- Lubbock.
Lubbock (Tex.)
Lubbock County (Tex.)

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ACCESSION: 22837471
AUTHOR: Slaton, Oscar L.
TITLE: Family papers,
YEAR: 1858 1925
PUB TYPE: Archive/Manuscript Control
FORMAT: 198 leaves
NOTES: Personal and business correspondence (1859-1925); family photographs, mostly unidentified (1877-1892 and undated); card (undated); diary and financial material (March 8, 1858-July 1858). Early pioneer and land agent. Lubbock county businessman. Town of Slaton, Texas, named for him.
SUBJECT: Real estate developers -- Texas -- History.
Real estate development -- Texas -- History.
Lubbock (Tex.)
Lubbock County (Tex.)
Texas, West.
Decatur (Tex.)
OTHER: Slaton, Oscar L., Jr.
Slaton, John B.
Texas. General Land Office.
Lubbock-Slaton Oil Company.

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ACCESSION: 22741228
AUTHOR: Haymes, Joseph O.
TITLE: History of the First United Methodist Church, Lubbock, Texas,
1892-1976 /
PLACE: [S.l. :
PUBLISHER: s.n.,
YEAR: 1976
PUB TYPE: Book
FORMAT: 76 p. : ports. ; 23 cm.
SUBJECT: First United Methodist Church (Lubbock, Tex.) -- History.
Methodists -- Texas -- Lubbock -- History.
Lubbock (Tex.) -- Church history.
Lubbock County (Tex.) -- Church history.
South Plains Region (Tex.) -- Church history.

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ACCESSION: 20376238
TITLE: The first fifty years, First Presbyterian Church, Lubbock,
Texas,
September 4, 1903-September 3, 1953 /
PLACE: [Lubbock, Tex. :
PUBLISHER: Hester's,
YEAR: 1954
PUB TYPE: Book
FORMAT: 52 p. : ill., ports. ; 23 cm.
SUBJECT: First Presbyterian Church (Lubbock, Tex.) -- History.
Presbyterians -- Texas -- Lubbock -- History.
Lubbock (Tex.) -- Church history.
Lubbock County (Tex.) -- Church history.
OTHER: First Presbyterian Church (Lubbock, Tex.). Bi-Centennial Committee.

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ACCESSION: 18869691
AUTHOR: Abbe, Donald R., 1949-
TITLE: Lubbock and the South Plains :
an illustrated history /
EDITION: 1st ed.
PLACE: Chatsworth, Calif. :
PUBLISHER: Windsor Publications,
YEAR: 1989
PUB TYPE: Book
FORMAT: 128 p. : ill. (some col.), maps ; 29 cm.
NOTES: "Produced in cooperation with the Lubbock County Historical
Commission."
Includes bibliographical references (p. 124-125) and indexes.
ISBN: 0897813022 :
SUBJECT: Industries -- Texas -- Lubbock County.
Industries -- Texas -- Lubbock.
Lubbock County (Tex.) -- History.
Lubbock County (Tex.) -- Pictorial works.
Lubbock (Tex.) -- History.
Lubbock (Tex.) -- Pictorial works.
OTHER: Carlson, Paul Howard.
Murrah, David J.


ACCESSION: 24189573
AUTHOR: Hunt, Clifford Earl, 1886-1961.
TITLE: Papers,
YEAR: 1890 1961
PUB TYPE: Archive/Manuscript Control
FORMAT: 500 leaves
NOTES: Consists of diaries kept by Clifford E. Hunt pertaining to Lubbock and Lubbock County history. Including "Lubbock Firsts," family activities, weather conditions, local events and personalities. Longtime Lubbock, Texas, resident, businessman, hospital administrator. Born in Estacado, Texas, in 1886. Moved with his family to newly-founded Lubbock, Texas, in 1890 and married Dora Lee in 1906. Partner in the electric light plant (1902), operated the first dairy near Lubbock (1907), and later opened a grocery business (1912). In 1919, he became business manager of the Lubbock Sanatorium, then served as superintendent of Lubbock General Hospital and administrator of Lubbock Memorial Hospital until his retirement in 1954. Kept researched diaries of Lubbock County history throughout his life. Died in 1961 inLubbock, Texas.
SUBJECT: Cities and towns -- Texas -- History.
Lubbock (Tex.) -- Social life and customs.
Lubbock (Tex.) -- Economic conditions.
Lubbock (Tex.) -- History.
Lubbock County (Tex.) -- History.

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ACCESSION: 24189358
AUTHOR: Graves, Lawrence L.
TITLE: Papers,
YEAR: 1949 1983 PUB TYPE: Archive/Manuscript Control FORMAT: 4,258 leaves NOTES: Includes correspondence, literary productions, minutes of meetings, and scrapbook materials concerning Graves' professional career. The collection bulks with the proceedings of university committees and professional associations. Of special interest are the manuscript and page proofs of Graves' book, "A History of Lubbock." Author, historian, educator. Born in 1917 at Perry, New York. Awarded Ph. D. in American History by the University of Wisconsin (1954). Taught history at the University of North Carolina Women's College (1950-1955). Joined the faculty of Texas Technological College in 1955. Served as Professor of history, Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences and as Interim President in 1979. Graves edited "A History of Lubbock," contributed to "Builders of the Southwest," and coordinated the "Handbook of Texas" project for the West Texas area. Retired in 1983 and has recently begun a biography of U.S. Congressman George Mahon.
SUBJECT: Texas Tech University -- Administrators.
Texas Tech University. -- Dept. of History -- Faculty.
West Texas Museum Association.
Manuscripts.
Learned institutions and societies -- United States.
Lubbock (Tex.) -- History -- Sources.
Lubbock County (Tex.) -- History -- Sources.
OTHER: Bowman, Joseph W.
Blankenship, Wallace.
Coleman, Max.
Cone, Stephen E.
Furr, Crone W.
Furr, Roy.
Goodwin, Robert C.
Jones, Edward N.
Mackey, Cecil.
Murray, Grover E. (Grover Elmer), 1916-

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ACCESSION: 24189276
AUTHOR: Bean, George R. (George Renshaw), 1874-1962.
TITLE: Papers,
YEAR: 1854 1966
PUB TYPE: Archive/Manuscript Control
FORMAT: 22,217 leaves
1 microfilm reel (20 ft.) negative
NOTES: Contains financial materials, correspondence, legal documents, photographs, printed material, and real estate documents related to Bean's business affairs. Collection bulks with personal financial documents (1914-1962) which include bank statements and check books. Also includes personal and business correspondence (1905-1962) which discusses family genealogy, personal matters, financial difficulty, real estate investments, oil and gas leasing, cotton farming and irrigation. In addition, the collection contains legal materials (1854-1966) pertaining to Bean's business affairs. Bean's personal correspondence contains recollections of early Lubbock and Estacado, Texas, and Lubbock, Montague, and Gaines Counties. Part of collection, 260 leaves, is on microfilm. Early pioneer settler, teacher, attorney, County Judge, and businessman of Lubbock, Texas. Born in Decatur, Texas, on April 28, 1874. Arrived in Lubbock in 1893 from Montague County following the cattle herds to the High Plains. Became a school teacher, Superintendent of Lubbock schools (1899-1900), attorney (1901-1962), and Lubbock County Judge (1902-1906). Formed a law partnership with E. L. Klett, and in addition held extensive real estate interests in Lubbock, Gaines, and Montague Counties. Bean retired in 1942, but remained active in civic affairs, and in 1956 began to actively work to preserve Lubbock County history through his involvement in the Lubbock County Historical Survey Committee. Married Nora Hunt in 1899 and they had seven children. Robert Bean, the eldest son, served as Lubbock County Judge (1928) and as the first District Judge (1950s). George R. Bean died in 1962.
SUBJECT: Bean family.
Bean and Klett Law Firm (Lubbock, Tex.)
Lubbock County Historical Association.
Real estate development -- Texas, West.
Real estate business -- Texas, West.
Depressions -- 1929 -- Texas -- Lubbock County.
Cotton growing -- Texas -- History.
Oil and gas leases -- Texas -- History.
Diseases -- History.
Frontier and pioneer life -- Texas -- Lubbock.
Lubbock County (Tex.) -- Economic conditions.
Estacado (Tex.) -- History.
Gaines County (Tex.) -- History.
Lubbock (Tex.) -- History.
Lubbock County (Tex.) -- History.
Montague County (Tex.) -- History.
Saint Jo (Tex.) -- History.
Lubbock (Tex.) -- Social life and customs.
OTHER: Bean, Everett.
Bean, Perrin.
Bean, Robert.
Bean, Robert.
Bean, William, 1804-1868.
Bowers, Joe.
Caddell, Kate.
Eans, J. H.
Neace, May.
Nowlen, Alice Bean.
Otley, Pearl Bean.

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ACCESSION: 24189241
AUTHOR: Texas Technological College Locating Committee (Lubbock,
Tex.)
TITLE: Collection,
YEAR: 1923 1923
PUB TYPE: Archive/Manuscript Control
FORMAT: 600 leaves
NOTES: Contains copies of warranty deeds, contracts, surveyor's reports, tax receipts, and correspondence with the state locating board. Of special interest is a letter dated August 4, 1923, offering a parcel of land in Lubbock to the state locating board. This letter is signed by all the members of the Lubbock college locating committee. As early as 1917, the people of West Texas began a push to establish a West Texas college. One of the primary goals of the West Texas Chamber of Commerce, organized in 1918, was to promote a major college for the area. In 1923, Governor Pat Neff signed a bill to create a Texas Technological College. Thirty-seven towns submitted briefs to the college locating board for consideration. Lubbock offered three sites that contained the required 2,000 acres. Owners of the land were to be paid from fifty to 2,800 dollars per acre. On August 4, 1923, Lubbock offered the state of Texas the preferred parcel of land for $150,000. Lubbock received approval of their bid for Texas Tech on August 10, 1923.
SUBJECT: Texas Technological College Locating Committee (Lubbock, Tex.)
Lubbock Chamber of Commerce (Lubbock, Tex.)
Texas Technological College -- History.
Texas Technological College -- Planning.
Property tax -- Texas.
Real estate development -- Texas.
Surveying -- Texas -- Lubbock.
Universities and colleges -- Texas -- History.
Lubbock (Tex.) -- History.
Lubbock County (Tex.) -- History.
OTHER: Cowell, S. B.
Williams, George M.
Neff, Pat Morris, 1871-1952.
Overton, M. C. (Martin Cartmell), 1878-1955.

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ACCESSION: 24097744
AUTHOR: Ellwood Estates.
TITLE: Records,
YEAR: 1860 1966
PUB TYPE: Archive/Manuscript Control
FORMAT: 58,268 leaves
NOTES: Includes correspondence, financial and legal material, photographs, printed material, and scrapbook material concerning the business operations of Ellwood Estates and the Ellwood family. Collection bulks (1878-1966) with financial material relating to Ellwood's ranching operations during his life time and the sale of farm properaties after his death. Formed in 1910 after the death of Isaac L. Ellwood (1833-1910), co-inventor and manufacturer of barbed wire, who purchased the Spade Ranch (located in Lubbock, Hale, Hockley, and Lamb Counties, Texas) in 1891 and the Renderbrook Ranch, located in Mitchell County, Texas, in 1889. The Ellwood Estates were formed from these ranch properties and were administered by Ellwood's sons, William L. (1859-1933) and Erwin P. (1874-?), and A. W. Fisk. Beginning in 1924, the Ellwoods sold portions of the Spade Ranch for farming and colonization.
SUBJECT: Ellwood, Isaac L., -- 1855-1910.
Ellwood, William L., -- 1859-1933.
Ellwood, Erwin Perry, -- 1874- .
Ellwood Family.
Arnett, Samuel B.
Arnett, W. D.
Fisk, A. W.
Spade Farms (Lubbock, Tex.)
Percheron Society of America.
Agriculture -- Texas -- History.
Barbed wire.
Percheron horse.
Real estate development -- Texas -- History.
Cattle trade -- Texas -- History.
Ranches -- Texas -- History.
Ranchers -- Texas -- History.
Land settlement -- Texas -- History.
Dean Ranch (Tex.)
Renderbrook Ranch (Tex.)
Lubbock County (Tex.) -- History.
Hale County (Tex.) -- History.
Hockley County (Tex.) -- History.
Lamb County (Tex.) -- History.
Mitchell County (Tex.) -- History.

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