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MULOCK, TEXAS

Texas Ghost Town
Hansford County, Texas Panhandle

No Exact Directions Available
NE of Hansford – Just South of Oklahoma

Population: Between 0 and Unknown

Mulock, Texas Area Hotels > Borger Hotels | Amarillo Hotels

History in a Pecan Shell

Official Slogan: “We’re not even in the Handbook of Texas”

Editor’s Note:-
Although there’s currently no official history to report, we include a page for Mulock, Texas in hopes that someone doing research on this former place might add what they know. This page was made possible by Mr. John Germann, curator of The John J. Germann Collection.

Mr. Germann’s information on the sod post office, years of operation, and the full name of the postmaster / namesake (see text in image above) is currently all that is known.

Perhaps there are a few Hansford County residents that remember passing through this town-that-may-have-been. Our address for sharing information on Mulock is editor@texasescapes.com

Forum:
"This might not be much help, but [there is an] article that states that the Mulock Cemetery was renamed New Hope Cemetery and is located one mile north and one mile west of the Mulock Way Station. New Hope Cemetery is still on the maps." - Ray Garrison, April 21, 2014
Mulock TX 1914 Postmark
Postcard dated 1914 and cancelled with the Mulock postmark.
Courtesy The John J. Germann Collection
Click on postcard for large image
Hansford County Texas 1907 Postal map
1907 Hansford County postal map showing the approximate location of Mulock, Zulu and Hansford.
Courtesy Texas General Land Office
Hansford County Texas 1940s mp
Hansford County map
Modification of Texas General Land Office 1920s map
Mulock, Texas
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