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JIMKURN, TEXAS. Jimkurn, in northern Stephens County, became a post office and station on the Wichita Falls and Southern Railway in 1920, but it did not survive long after the first flush of the region's oil boom. In 1926 its post office was closed.
BIBLIOGRAPHY:Ed Ellsworth Bartholomew, 800 Texas Ghost Towns (Fort Davis, Texas: Frontier, 1971).
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