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    Posted 10 years ago

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    I Have this rock it is about 3 inches thick and very nice condition dated 1915 a road bond... all the writing on it is quite clear and easy to read... i have done some research on it but, can't find anyone that knows anything about it so i need help on this unsolved mystery on this rock..

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    1. vickie, 10 years ago
      the rock is around 10 inches long. very neat rock. i did contact the hunt county court house and the rock is so old so they had no idea about it. i emailed the rock to the library there in hunt county and they are going to pull their archives back in 1915 and see what they come up with also, i talked to the historian from texas and a&m came up with nothing... do u know anything about or what it maybe would love hearing ur ideas on what it maybe... so please let me know
    2. vickbob, 10 years ago
      no this is one rock printed on back and front. so u have seen some of these interesting. and i would appreciate it if u can think of anything or where i can do more search on this rock. i live in tennessee not texas and u are out on me sending the wine or the rock to u i am a nice person but, not that nice.
    3. Savoychina1 Savoychina1, 10 years ago
      Information on George Slaughter, founder of Americasn National Bank in Roswell.

      Info from Library at University of Texas...perhaps you could contact

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