The Custer County Post-Dispatch (Clinton, Okla.) 192?-19??

The Custer County Post-Dispatch was a weekly newspaper starting from the 1920s running until sometime later in the 1900s. It was published in Clinton, Okla. by Mitchell Pub. Co.

The Gateway to Oklahoma History currently provides access to 1 issue (16 pages) of this newspaper's run. Dated: November 18, 1926. Access to this newspaper is made possible in part by The Ethics and Excellence in Journalism Foundation.

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Language: English


  • United States - Oklahoma - Custer County - Clinton
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  • LCCN: sn93066052
  • OCLC: 28322510
  • UNT-TITLE-ID: t02366

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The Custer County Post-Dispatch, title in The Gateway to Oklahoma History. University of North Texas Libraries. accessed July 22, 2024.

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