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History/Photos of Tyler, Smith Co, Texas 1890 - 1915

History/Photos of Tyler, Smith Co, Texas 1890 - 1915

Posted: 25 Feb 2004 4:35AM GMT
Edited: 16 Mar 2005 8:18PM GMT

Re: History/Photos of Tyler, Smith Co, Texas 1890 - 1915

Carolyn Hickman (View posts)
Posted: 31 Mar 2004 10:18PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 24 Aug 2008 2:44PM GMT
I have the century in decade capsules that was published by the Tyler paper a few years ago. I don't know what you're looking for, but would be glad to look for anything specific in those publications. I will look through them and see what is there.
Carolyn

Re: History/Photos of Tyler, Smith Co, Texas 1890 - 1915

Posted: 2 Apr 2004 2:26AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 16 Mar 2005 8:18PM GMT
Surnames: Loftin
Carolyn,
I sent you an e-mail reply. I would like photo's / map of the city for the time period 1890 - 1915. I would also like to know more about the decade capsules you have and what information they contain and / or where I might be able to purchase them. I am basically looking for some info. on what was popular and going on in the city during the time period.

Thanks,
Jeff

Re: History/Photos of Tyler, Smith Co, Texas 1890 - 1915

Andy (View posts)
Posted: 2 May 2004 12:09AM GMT
Classification: Query
Two sources that might help a little - the Tyler Public Library has Tyler newspapers on microfilm starting in 1905. If you have access to them, you could learn tidbits about what was going on in Tyler. Also the Smith County Historical Society recently included a three part series in their magazine CHRONICLES OF SMITH COUNTY, TEXAS, of letters from a guy living in Tyler 1915-1916 written to his sweetheart who lived at Starrville. He's chatty about what was going on in Tyler in the social life of a young single man.

Re: History/Photos of Tyler, Smith Co, Texas 1890 - 1915

Posted: 6 May 2004 5:27PM GMT
Edited: 16 Mar 2005 8:18PM GMT

Re: History/Photos of Tyler, Smith Co, Texas 1890 - 1915

Andy (View posts)
Posted: 9 May 2004 3:01PM GMT
Classification: Query
Their website is
www.smithcountyhistory.org

The phone number for the musuem is also the number for the Society itself. It seems like there are one or two libraries in CA that subscribe to CHRONICLES, but I can't recall if any are in the Los Angeles area.

Andy
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