Summary: Cynthia Ann McPeak Cox donated items from from
estate of John Sappington, Sr.
- Thirty-two issues of
"The Genealogical Society Bulletin" (newsletter) and
Footprints (a quarterly), both published by the Fort Worth
Genealogical Society, including place index and miscellaneous
society generated correspondence, 1968-1979
receipts, cancelled (and blank) checks, checks stubs, etc.,
- Various genealogical/historical book
- Flyers for school board and city
council elections, Lake Worth, n.d. (ca. 1967).
blank hospital birth certificates from Lake Worth Osteopath
Hospital, Fort Worth, and two power of attorney-motor vehicle
forms (all printed by Sappington Printing Company), n.d.
- Advertising pamphlets for Guarantee Fund Life Association
(Omaha), Haverkorn Planning Mill (Fort Worth), Meacham Field
(Fort Worth), and Mount Olivet (Fort Worth), n.d.
copy of "The Advisor," Seventh Annual Edition, Fort
Worth Emergency Corps, published by the corps, 1964
issue of the Fort Worth Press, January 26, 1960
issues of Fort Worth, an official publication of the Fort Worth
Chamber of Commerce, October 1967 and November 1967
copy of Who's Who in the South and Southwest, Volume One,
Chicago: Larkin, Roosevelt and Larkin, Ltd., 1947. Limited
Edition which belonged to Edna Browning K. Gladney (and has her
name printed on the front cover, lower right hand side)
- One set of specifications for labor and materials for store
building built for Mr. and Mrs. John Sappington by C.H.
Leinbach, Architects, Central Bank Building, Dallas, Texas
- Booklet: Compiled Traffic Ordinances, City of Fort Worth.
Arranged and compiled December, 1937, by Wm. H. Gilmartin,
Assistant City Attorney