“Joseph Lynn Nabers,” Texas State Cemetery (https://cemetery.tspb.texas.gov/pub/user_form.asp?pers_id=3178), accessed August 20, 2020. Legislative Reference Library of Texas: Lynn Nabers (https://lrl.texas.gov/legeLeaders/members/memberDisplay.cfm?memberID=521&searchparams=chamber=~city=~countyID=0~RcountyID=~district=~first=~gender=~last=nabers~leaderNote=~leg=~party=~roleDesc=~Committee=), accessed August 20, 2020.
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