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Vidauri Mercantile (between 1920 and 1940)
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Ledger from the River Ranch.

This ledger is probably the property of Lester Long, foreman at the River Ranch in the 1940s. Listing of names with tally marks for possibly days worked. Names are: Tom O'Connor, Lester Long, Rafel Hernandes, Edgar Long, Jim Louis, Alfonso Solis, Gregorio Solis, Victor Moraida, Steve Tiderina, Roman Jimenes, Rafel Garsa, Rafel Garsa Jr., Lupe Garsa, Juan Rodrigues, Romana H, Martin, John T, Lons Edwards. Miscellaneous lists for groceries, notations of mathmatics and other notations. ,

Date: 1940's
Total Pages: 40

A History of the Thomas O'Connor Ranch, 1834-1939 by Sister Margaret Rose Warburton, C.D.P.

A dissertation submitted to the Faculty of the Graduate School of Arts ansd Ciences of the Catholic University of America of the life of Irish immagrant, Thomas O'Connor [I] and his ranch.,

Date: 1940's
Total Pages: 160

O'Connor Bros. Ranch Churches

Notes of the History of St Anthony-In-The-Woods-Chapel and it's physical characteristics, stories of the Priests and Bishops who came there, and the storm that brought it down.

Date: between 1944 and 1950
Total Pages: 3

Texas Cattle Industry Through The Years

Article about the introduction of cattle in Texas, the cattle trails moving cattle to market as well as the Morgan Steamline, and how the Civil War impacted the cattle industry.

Date: November, 1945
Total Pages: 4

Tournaments: An Account of This Early Sport In Victoria, Texas and Neighboring Communities

An article written for The Cattleman magazine by Margaret Stoner McLean describes, in great detail, the history of the game that took place in and around Victoria after the Civil War. Accompanying the article are two notices in the Victoria Advocate about the publishing of the article and about the author.

Date: September, 1948
Total Pages: 8

Little Joker The "Love at First Sight" Stallion

Article about a horse, "Little Joker", and his lineage. "Little Joker" was owned by Tom O'Connor, Jr., [IV] and previously owned by Orville Copeland.,

Date: February, 1949
Total Pages: 3

SON SEEKS RELIC OF FATHER'S WORK

A newspaper clipping of Otto Puppe , son of Charles Puppe traveling to Washington in an attempt to find the chair his father made for Dennis O'Connor and presented to President Benjamin Harrison. was made by Charles Puppe, father of Otto, lower left, and presented to President Harrison in 1889, ,

Date: between 1935 and 1969
Total Pages: 8

Correspondence from R. Druschke, Southern Pacific Lines to Benjamin Harrison Memorial Assn., Mrs. Thomas O'Connor, Mr. Dick McAllister

Correspondence from R. Druschke, Southern Pacific Lines to Benjamin Harrison Memorial Assn., Mrs. Thomas O'Connor, Mr. Dick McAllister concerning horn chair.

Date: January 19, 1943
Total Pages: 1

National Quarter Horse Breeders Association # 2629 ABA O'C

A certificate registering Aba O'C in the official books of the National Quarter Horse Breeders Association.

Date: November 20, 1946
Total Pages: 4

National Quarter Horse Breeders Association # 2628 Roan Dottie

A certificate registering Roan Dottie in the official books of the National Quarter Horse Breeders Association.

Date: November 20, 1946
Total Pages: 4

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