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Coke County TX
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NANHATTIE, TEXAS

Texas Ghost Town
Coke County, Texas Panhandle / Central Texas North

No known directions
No historical information

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Coke County Nanhattie TX Postmark info
Coke County Nanhattie TX Postmark
Postcard cancelled with 1899 Nanhattie postmark
Courtesy The John J. Germann Collection
This town might have remained unknown and forgotten if not for its being included in the John Germann Collection of Texas Discontinued Post Offices. (DPOs).

John Germann, through his research in Washington D.C. was able to find these few tidbits of information (above the postcard) but more importantly, is able to prove the existence of this uniquely named place by owning the actual cover.
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