“The Complacent Slacker,” by Edgar Guest, poem, December 1917.
“Eight National Army and Guard Divisions to be Home Midsummer,” December 1918 (?).
“Mark Twain's Order for Mineral Water,” 1920.
“Man Might Easily Attain Age of Several Thousand Years, Thomas Edison Says: Inventor Discusses Longevity on His Seventy-Third Birthday,” February 1920.
“France Asserts German Policy Was Known to Allied Nations,” April 1920.
“Auto Rides Discontinued, Washington Now Skeptical of State of Wilson's Health,” Fort Worth Star-Telegram. n.d.
“Blue and Khaki Honor Yank Dead: New Amphitheatre in Arlington Cemetery Formally Dedicated by Veteran,” n.d.
“Hill County People Cheer Vigorous Arraignment of Bailey's Record by Thomas,” n.d.
“Italian Masons Honor Grand Commander Moore,” n.d.
“Johnson's Gain in Strength Proof of Sentiment Against League; To Be Contender,” n.d.
“League of Latin-American Nations Planned; Bars U.S.,” n.d.
“Let Nobody Stand in Way,” a poem, New York Sun, n.d.
“Lincoln Forecast Victory for Prohibition Thru U. S. in Speech on Feb 22, 1842,” Denver Post (?). n.d.
“Sympathizers of German Support Bailey, Crane Says,” Fort Worth Star-Telegram, n.d.
“Why French Troops Are in Germany,” Fort Worth Star Telegram, n.d.
4. Correspondence of District Judge to Chairman of the Planning and Resources Board, State Capitol Building in Oklahoma City, regarding Mrs. Jennie Ross-Cobb, and her interest in Hunter Home, which was built by the Murrell family, April 1951.
Correspondence of G. M. Alexander to Jenny R. Cobb regarding historical furniture for the Hunter Home, October 1956.
Correspondence of J. F. Brooks to Jenny R. Cobb regarding photographs of a cabin similar to that of John Ross, July 1958.