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    [Texas] Hamlin. The Story, Modestly Told of a Place that Within the Short Space of Four Years and a Half, has Been Transformed From a Part of a Ranchman's Pasture into a Thriving City...". Hamlin (Texas): Printed for Gray Lumber Company by the Hamlin Herald, [no date, circa 1910]. Octavo. Approximately 20 unpaginated leaves. Illustrated. Original printed wrappers.
    Hamlin is located in Fisher and Jones counties, near Abilene. This publication was meant to boost the young town's growth and extolls the virtues of its schools and infrastructure. No recent sales noted, as such scarce.
    Condition: Wrappers chipped with some loss to the lower corner of the front wrapper; page edges brittle, chipped and with some closed tears, else good condition.


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    March, 2016
    12th Saturday
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