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Camp Howze Museum

Camp History Bibliography

Alexander, Thomas E. The Stars Were Big and Bright: The United States Army Air Forces and Texas During World War II, Volume II. Austin: Eakin Press, 2001.

Burns, Barbara K. "World War II and Camp Howze: The Impact Upon Gainesville and Cooke County, Texas." Master's thesis. Texas Woman's University, 1984. 

Camp Howze Howitzer, 1943-1944.

Collection of Camp Howze Fire Department Badge.

Collection of Camp Howze paraphernalia, Brett Prescher.

Cooke County Library, 200 S. Weaver Street, Gainesville, Texas.

Dallas Morning News, 1946-1947.

Denton Record Chronicle, 1941-1945.

Gainesville Daily Register, Historicals, January 1, 1943 to July 3, 1943, archived at Morton Museum of Cooke County, Gainesville, Texas.

Manning, Reg. Travelcard no. 21 (NBY 547), 1942 Public Domain. The Newberry Library.

Morton Museum of Cooke County, 210 S. Dixon, Gainesville, Texas.

Phillips, T. (2006, November 11). WW II Monument Dedication Program Honoring men of the 103rd INF DIV of WWII and their Support Units. Gainesville, Texas: Texas WWII Historical Monument Fund.

Postcards/  Reg Manning travelcard no. 27.

Powell, Shana. Images of America: Gainesville and Cooke County. Chicago: Arcadia Publishing, 2000.

Scheidecker, David. “The Western Front in the Backyard The Archaeological Survey of Camp Howze, Texas .” Thesis, Texas Tech University, 2014.

Smith, A. Morton. The First 100 Years in Cooke County. San Antonio: The Naylor Company, 1955.

Special Collections, University of North Texas at Denton. Margaret Parx Hayes Papers, 1850-2008, AR0906, Box 15, Historical Publications; Morrison Milling Company Records, BA. 5, Box 005, remote storage and scan code 60365.

Stephenson, Betty. Poker Games, Pillow Shams, and Parched Prairies. 2nd ed. Denton: Rogers Press, 2004.

U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, "Final Work Plan for Ordnance and Explosive Sampling, former Camp Howze, Gainesville, Texas," prepared by U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, 4820 University Square, Huntsville, Alabama. Contract# DACA 87-97-D-0006, Delivery order 0003, June 1998. Final Report and Data Archive, May 1999, project no. 1166039.05270501, area of concern is 156, area of interest is A0I-002, prepared by Montgomery Watson, 4525 South Wasatch Blvd., Suite 200, Salt Lake City, Utah. Final Rmoval of Ordnance and Explosives, Action Former Camp Howze, Texas. DACA 87-97-D-0006, delivery order 0018, December 2001. All these Army Engineering Corps binders located at Cooke County Library, Gainesville, Texas.