The Tolar, New Mexico Story

The Tolar, New Mexico Story

Book - 1967
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The post office at Tolar was established in 1905 although the town was not platted until 1908. Located on the Belen cut-off of the Atchinson, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway, the town was named for Tolar, Texas by J. W. Coleman, the first postmaster, who had a daughter living there. A school was maintained in the community until 1926 when it was moved to Taiban in DeBaca County.
Publisher: Pep, Tex. : [publisher not identified], 1967.
Branch Call Number: F804.T6 C763
978.932 ST25T
Characteristics: 20 pages ; 22 cm
Alternative Title: Tolar (New Mexico) story


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