Robert Quincy Lee
Born near Coldwater, Mississippi, Lee attended the public schools and the Fort Worth (Texas) High School. He moved with his father to Fort Worth, Texas, in 1886, and to Caddo, Texas, in 1891. He engaged in the general merchandise business. He moved to Cisco, Texas, in 1913 and engaged in ranching, agricultural pursuits, and banking. Founder and builder in 1919 of the Cisco & Northeastern Railroad Co., and served as its president 1919-1927. He served as president of the West Texas Chamber of Commerce in 1926 and 1927.
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