Works Cited in "The Indelible Ink"
By Robert Griffith, Revised February 2009

Beard, Michael H. “Dried Ink.” Unpublished essay, 2005.
“Burleson Dispatcher” Burleson Dispatcher 25 Dec. 1958: 1.
Burleson Historical Committee. Burleson: The First One Hundred Years. Dallas: Taylor Publishing, 1981.
Burleson News 4 June 1926: 1.
“Cartoonist Joins Staff of The Burleson News.” Burleson News 7 Sep. 1950: 1.
“Deering Buys Searcy Interest.” Burleson News 2 May 1935.
Deering, Robert G. On Balance, Life’s Been Good: An Autobiography. Unpublished manuscript, 1990.
Deering, Sharian, Deering, William, DuVall, Alicia, Reece, Winifred. “The Burleson News and The Burleson Dispatcher.” Unpublished essay, 2005.
“E.M. Wilson, Alderman, Takes Issue With The News On Chickens Running at Large.” Burleson News 24 Mar. 1932: 1.
Evans, Terry M. “City’s Oldest Dispatched to History.” Burleson Star 30 Sep. 1985: 3.
"Funeral Services for R.G.K. Deering, Editor.” Burleson Dispatcher 7 Feb. 1973: 1.
“Future of Small Town Depends on Its Citizens.” Burleson News 1 May 1931: 1.
Hill, Ben Jr. “Re: Hi! Question for ya.” E-mail to Robert A. Griffith. 10 Aug. 2005.
Marsh, Joe “I Have A Clean Squeak!” Burleson News 7 Dec. 1950.
Maxwell, Lisa C. “Burleson, TX.” Handbook of Texas Online. 28 Jan. 2008
“Meet Your Paper Boys.” Burleson News 11 Dec. 1958: 2.
Wilson, Doris E. "The Last of the Red-Hot Presses." Cleburne Times-Review 18 Dec. 1983.

Special thanks to Mike Beard, Dr. Bill Deering, Alicia DuVall, Dr. Sharian Deering, David Hill, and Doris Jo Haas for providing invaluable information.