Ray Farabee Papers 1836-1987,2009

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Ray Farabee Papers, 1836-1987, 2009

Ray Farabee Papers 1836-1987,2009

The Ray Farabee Papers, 1836-1987,2009, consist of a variety of materials related to Texas given over the years to RayFarabee from his friend Stan Glass. The collection also includes a copy of his 2009memoir.

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