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Dobie began a publication program and in 1924 his was published.
He served as secretary and editor of the society until 1943 and built it into a professional organization.
They had had a long-distance courtship after they both left Southwestern, but after their marriage Bertha left her teaching job in Galveston to join her husband in Austin. He became a first lieutenant in the field artillery and served abroad briefly during World War I before being discharged in 1919. The ranch was about 200,000 acres and located on the Nueces River in Texas.
All correspondent names are listed in the Index of Recipient Correspondence segment of this finding aid. Miscellaneous Items in the Miscellaneous subseries range from 1848 to 1966 (34.75 boxes) and consist of Dobie's personal papers and notes on various subjects, works by others, and third party correspondence, especially to Dobie's mother Ella Byler Dobie from various friends and family members, and to Bertha Mc Kee Dobie.As with the Letters series, the bulk of the correspondence in this series comes from Bertha Mc Kee Dobie and Ella Byler Dobie.Also well represented are other members of the Dobie family, especially his sisters Martha Dobie and Fannie Dobie Stanford; as well as Ruth Dodson; Isabel Gaddis; Little, Brown and Company; and .Dobie spent a year managing the ranch until his uncle could no longer afford to pay him.He returned to teaching at UT where he would remain until 1947 except for two years as the Head of the English Department at Oklahoma A&M College, now Oklahoma State University (1923-1925), and two years as a visiting professor at Cambridge University (1943-1944).