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    • And nothing but the truth 

      Doherty, William; Wheelus (Photographer) (Wm Doherty (Corpus Christie, Texas), 1906)
      Article describing the agricultural productivity of the Texas Gulf Coast region. Includes several photographs depicting farm fields, farmers/ farm workers, various crops, an apiary, and transportation of crops. Most are ...
    • The Irish progenitors of Texas 

      Doherty, William; Wheelus (Photographer) (Wm Doherty (Corpus Christie, Texas), 1906)
      Article describing the history of Irish colonists who settled in Refugio and other nearby communities in the nineteenth century. Includes photographs of locations in Refugio ("Our Lady of Refuge" church(interior and ...
    • What I have accomplished 

      Closner, John (Wm Doherty (Corpus Christie, Texas), 1906)
      John Closner's account of his account of his success farming in San Juan (Hidalgo County), Texas. Includes photographs: irrigation canel construction, a Brownsville garden, and a basket of produce on a table. Brownsville ...
    • 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.
    • Agriculture in our public schools 

      Kyle, E. J. (Edwin Jackson), 1876- (Wm Doherty (Corpus Christie, Texas), 1906)
      Article on agricultural education in Texas. Includes photographs of a sugar cane field with farm workers in the Rio Grande Valley, a cotton field with farm workers in west Texas.
    • 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.
    • San Patricio and Refugio counties 

      ; ; ; Doherty, William; Wheelus (Photographer) (Wm Doherty (Corpus Christie, Texas), 1906)
      Article describing the economic and other statistical data for Refugio and San Patricio counties. Includes a photo of a Eucalyptus tree. Photo by Wheelus.
    • 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 maid of La Puerta 

      Lewis, Judd Mortimer (Wm Doherty (Corpus Christie, Texas), 1906)
      Poem. "Dedicated to Miss Mary King with sincerest admiration of the writer." Includes photographs of 'Los Cedros', the residence of Jeff N. Miller, in Corpus Christie, Texas. Some images depict people engaged in various ...
    • The climate of extreme southern Texas 

      Cline, Joseph F. (Wm Doherty (Corpus Christie, Texas), 1906)
      Discusses weather and climate conditions in south Texas region. Includes tables of weather data and images of various crops and farming activities including: pineapple, cassava, a banana grove, workers baling alfalfa, ...
    • The building of the modern railroad 

      Doherty, William; Wheelus (Photographer) (Wm Doherty (Corpus Christie, Texas), 1906)
      Discusses the construction of the Gulf Coast Line. Includes portrait of Jeff N. Miller, images of the railroad tracks, railroad construction, and depots and stations in Brownsville, Kingsville, and Vanderbilt. Some ...
    • A stupendous irrigation enterprise 

      Doherty, William; Wheelus (Photographer) (Wm Doherty (Corpus Christie, Texas), 1906)
      Discusses the American Rio Grande Land and Irrigation Company and it's irrigation project, and building projects in Mercedes, Texas. Includes images of Mercedes, Texas, irrigation canal and construction, and a camp with ...
    • Health conditions in southwest Texas 

      Spohn, Arthur E. (Wm Doherty (Corpus Christie, Texas), 1906)
      Discusses the region's landscape, water sources, climate, diseases, and typical health conditions of people living in the region. Includes image of Mexican laborers clearing chapparal. Photo by Wheelus.
    • Volume 2, Issue 3, front matter 

      Doherty, William (Wm Doherty (Corpus Christie, Texas), 1906)
      Includes cover, advertisments and table of contents for the issue.
    • Some important Texas attractions 

      Kittrell, Norman G. (Norman Goree), 1849-1927 (Wm Doherty (Corpus Christie, Texas), 1906)
      Discusses weather, schools, and the advantage of the "homestead law." Includes image of produce on display in a wagon surrounded by men, ducks on a lake - photo by Wheelus.
    • Vanderbilt: a coming city 

      Doherty, William (Wm Doherty (Corpus Christie, Texas), 1906)
      Discusses visit of W. K. Vanderbilt, Jr. to the Gulf Coast. Includes an image of him in a car with two other men.
    • A prairie nymph, poem 

      Lewis, Judd Mortimer (Wm Doherty (Corpus Christie, Texas), 1906)
      Includes a drawing of a woman on horseback and a poem. "Dedicated to Miss Sarita Kenedy."
    • Volume 2, Issue 3, Editorial 

      Doherty, William (Wm Doherty (Corpus Christie, Texas), 1906)
      Contents: Shop talk--The trend of land values--What really makes land valuable--Contentment--A question of numbers--A crying need of Texas--Freight rates on truck. Also includes a map showing rail connections for St. ...