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  • Volume 2, Issue 2, Editorial 

    Unknown author (Wm Doherty (Corpus Christie, Texas), 1906)
    Contents: Publisher's notice--Shop talk--Character and reputation--The people and the railroads--The truth about 'railroading' in Texas--Funerals and fires--Coming of the Yoakum roads--Freight rates on truck.
  • Volume 2, Issue 2, front matter 

    Unknown author (Wm Doherty (Corpus Christie, Texas), 1906)
    Includes cover, advertisments and table of contents for the issue.
  • Volume 2, Issue 2, back matter 

    Unknown author (Wm Doherty (Corpus Christie, Texas), 1906)
    Includes adverstisements, and information about the publication.
  • Some Texas statistics 

    Kittrell, Norman G. (Norman Goree), 1849-1927 (Wm Doherty (Corpus Christie, Texas), 1906)
    Article describing economic and other statistical data about Texas. Includes a map of the gulf coast of texas showing the route of the St. Louis, Brownsville and Mexico railroad.
  • The dawn of Texas history 

    Nicholson, J. T. (Wm Doherty (Corpus Christie, Texas), 1906)
    Article describing the history of Franciscan missions in Texas during the eighteenth century. Includes an photograph of a young boy standing next to a grapefruit tree in Brownsville, Texas. Photo by Wheelus.

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