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Anna Zip Oil Association:
An Inventory of Its Records, 1917-1920, at the Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library
Unincorporated joint stock association formed on July 12, 1918, for the purpose of drilling oil wells near Brownwood, Texas, and selling crude oil to refineries. The association was liquidated in 1920.
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Includes correspondence and financial and legal documents pertaining to the formation, business activities, and liquidation of the Anna Zip Oil Association.
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Anna Zip Oil Association Records, 1917-1920, Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas
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Processed by: J. M. Skaggs, post-1968