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    Millie Gray. The Diary of Millie Gray, 1832-1840 (nee Mildred Richards Stone, wife of Col. Wm. Fairfax Gray) Recording Her Family Life Before, During and After Col. Wm. F. Gray's Journey to Texas in 1835, and the Small Journal Giving Particulars of All That Occurred During the Family's Voyage to Texas in 1838. Houston: The Fletcher Young Publishing Company, 1967. First edition. 8vo. xvi, 158pp. Illustrated. Original publisher's black cloth over boards with titles stamped in gilt on the front board and spine; paperclip rust stain on pages iv through vii. A very good copy.

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    Mrs. Gray's original handwritten diary was, at the time of this publication, in the archives of the Rosenberg Library in Galveston, Texas. This edition was printed in limited quantities and meant to be a companion volume to The Diary of Colonel William Fairfax Gray, From Virginia to Texas, 1835-6, originally printed in 1909 and reprinted by Fletcher Young Publishing Company in 1965.

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