TEXAS TAX JOURNAL
TEXAS TAX JOURNAL. The Texas Tax Journal, a monthly publication designed to inform Texans about taxation, began publication in Austin in October 1923, with John T. Smith as editor. Aside from the monthly journal, the journal staff also published Texas Tax Manual (1932) and 127 Texas Tax Questions Answered (1937). The last volume of the journal was published in 1969.
Texas Tax Journal, October 1940, June 1941.
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