Bibliography of Smith County, Texas--A

Based on  the original work
compiled by Sarah H. Harper and edited by Frank H. Smyrl, 1977
Updated by Vicki Betts, March 23, 2006.  

Not yet included:  Smith County Historical Society Archives, Tyler Public Library’s vertical files, articles from journals such as East Texas Family Records, Tyler Life, Tyler Magazine, Tyler Today, Records of East Texas  

*          Tyler Public Library
%         Smith County Historical Society Archives
&         Texas College Library
#          Tyler Junior College Library
+          University of Texas at Tyler Library
N         Netlibrary—online books available at University of Texas at Tyler  

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Authors  

AFRICAN-AMERICANS—See ETHNIC GROUPS—AFRICAN AMERICANS, EDUCATION--GENERAL, RELIGION--GENERAL.  

AGRICULTURE—See also NATURAL RESOURCES
%          Agriculture.  Vertical files.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folders
                        under Industry.
*%#+   “Bales Produced in Smith County.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 25 no. 2
                       
(Winter 1986):  8.
*%#+   Betts, Vicki.  “Newspaper Notes:  Gleaning Smith County Happenings from Area

                       
Newspapers:  Agriculture.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 27 no. 1    
                       
(1988):  45-58.  [1860-1875]
            Bockholt, Anton John.  “Corn Silage Studies at College Station, Temple and
                       
Tyler, 1952-54.”  Texas Agricultural Experiment Station Progress Report. 
                       
College Station:  Texas Agricultural Experiment Station, 1959.
+          Bradshaw, Bill.  “Berry Pickin’ in East Texas:  U-Pick Fruit Farms.”  Tyler Today
                        (Summer 1991):  11-16.
           
“A Brief History of Texas Cooperative Extension, March 2, 2003.”  Smith County
                       
Extension Service.  Newsletter—AgBiz Column. 
                       
http://smith-tx.tamu.edu/newsletters/ACFB9B.pdf.  Accessed March 9,
                       
2006.

*%#+    Browning, Ben.  “A Backward Glance:  Smith County Agriculture, 1880-1930.” 
                       
Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 4 no. 1 (Spring 1965):  1-2.
*%#+    Browning, Ben.  "From Cotton to Roses, Part I:  The Agricultural Economy,

                       
1876-1976." In Robert W. Glover and Linda Brown Cross, eds.  Tyler and

                       
Smith County, Texas:  An Historical Survey
.  Tyler:  American
                       
Bicentennial Committee of Tyler-Smith County, 1976, pp. 137-148.
           
Burdette, Roger F.  East Texas Produce Markets and Plans for New Markets at

                       
Tyler and Jacksonville, Tex.
  Washington:  U.S. Dept. of Agriculture. 
                       
Production and Marketing Association, 1950.

*%#+   Burton, Morris S.  “G. Mont Adams:  Cotton King of the South.”  Chronicles of

                       
Smith County, Texas
25 no. 2 (Winter 1986):  41-45.
*%#+   Cates, Hubert.  “Living is Easy? . . . and the Cotton is High:  An Interview with

                       
Hubert Cates, Tyler.”  Transcribed and edited by Alice Gilbert. 
                       
Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 25 no. 2 (Winter 1986):  25 no. 2
                       
(Winter 1986):  53-55.
%         Cattle.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder under
                        Industry.
*         
Cattle Branding.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
+          Collins, Sara.  “Just Horsin’ Around.”  Tyler Life 1 no. 8 (August 1985):  8-15.
*          Cotton Gins.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
            Cox, John H.  “Christmas Trees are Big Business.”  Tyler Today (Winter 1989):  16-19.
           
Crawford, Therman Clifford.  “Proposed Program of Vocational Agriculture for
                       
the Dixie Community, Smith County, Texas.”  M.S. thesis, Prairie View
                       
A&M College, 1956.
+          Fair, Janet Drake.  “The Kiepersol Winery.”  Tyler Today (Summer 2001):  55-58.
*%#+   Gaut, Hilda Merle.  “Cotton Gins Near Arp:  The Gaut Gin.”  Chronicles of Smith

                       
County, Texas
25 no. 2 (Winter 1986):  34-35.
*%#+   Gentry, A. C.  “Gentry’s Gins:  Pages from A. C. Gentry’s Sketchbook.” 

                      
Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 25 no. 2 (Winter 1986):  36-40.

*%#+   Gilbert, Loy J.  “All You Never Knew and May Never Have Wondered about the

                       
Cotton Sack.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 25 no. 2 (Winter 1986): 
                       
51-52.

*%#+   Gilbert, Loy J.  “Geese in the Cotton Patch.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas

                       
25 no. 2 (Winter 1986):  56-57.

*%#+   Gilbert, Loy J.  “Seasons of a Farmer’s Life:  Schedule of Chronological

                       
Activities Carried on in the Annual Operation of an Early East Texas
                       
Farm.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 25 no. 2 (Winter 1986):  46-
                       
47.

*%#+   Gilbert, Loy J.  “Tools of the Trade.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 25 no. 2

                       
(Winter 1986):  48-50.
%         Goodman Gin.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Buildings.
*          Hallowell, Flo.  "Smith County--Registered Brands and Marks."  East Texas Family
                        Records
10 no. 4 (Winter 1986):  26-29.  [1880-1881]
+          Harris, Pamela Maize.  “May All Your Blues Be Berries.”  Tyler Life 1 no. 7 (July
                        1985):  32-33, 68-69.
*%#+   Haynes, Mary K., ed.  “The Goodman Gin.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas

                       
25 no. 2 (Winter 1986):  32-33.

*%#+   Hicks, D. L.  “Tomatoes Among the Oil Derricks.”  Chronicles of Smith County,

                       
Texas
17 no. 2 (Winter 1978):  1-7.
           
Holloway, Jewel Wilson.  “Study of Part-Time Farming and its Effects on the
                       
Living Standards of 50 Negro Farm Families in the Whitehouse
                       
Community, Smith County, Texas.”  M.S. thesis, Prairie View A&M
                       
College, 1960.
%         Horticulture.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Miscellaneous.

           
Hotchkiss, W. S.  Report of Progress at the Troupe Sub-Station, Smith County,

                       
Texas
.  College Station, TX:  Texas Agricultural Experiment Stations,
                       
1909.  Held by Baylor University Library.

*%#+    Jefferson, Joe.  “Cotton Goes to Market…The Hard Way!”  Chronicles of Smith

                       
County, Texas
25 no. 2 (Winter 1986):  13-14.
*         
Landscaping.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*%#+   Leath, Andrew L.  “Cotton & the Collapse of the Confederacy.”  Chronicles of

                       
Smith County, Texas
25 no. 2 (Winter 1986):  9.
*%#+   Leath, Andy, comp.  “Agricultural Potpourri.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas

                       
14 no. 1 (Summer 1975):  75-77.
+          Maize-Harris, Pamela.  “The Changing Face of East Texas Agriculture:  Sizing Up the
                        Future.”  Tyler Magazine (Spring/Summer 1985):  18-24.
           
May, Irvin M.  Overton:  Agricultural Research and Education in Northeast

                        Texas
.  College Station:  Texas Agricultural Experiment Station, 1981.
*%#+   May, Irvin M., Jr.  “End of an Era:  King Cotton is Dethroned in Smith County

                       
and Northeast Texas.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 25 no. 2
                       
(Winter 1986):  3-8.

           
McCarter, Myron.  Agricultural Oral History Interview with Myron McCarter,

                        John E. Matocha, John A. Lipe, Mark C. Fuqua [and] Bill Ott
.  College
                        Station:  Texas A&M University Archives, 1975.  [Overton Extension
                        Center]
           
McClellan, Van Buren.  “Influence of Technical Agricultural Agencies on Farm
                       
Status and Practices of Negro Farm Operators in Winona, Smith County,
                       
Texas.”  M.S. thesis, Prairie View A&M College, 1956.
*            Pendleton, Alfred M., and Edward H. Bush.  “Old Gin Dates Back to 1874 or
                        ’75.”  Cotton Gin and Oil Mill Press, 27 March 1954.
*%#+    [Photograph of workers sorting fruit, ca. 1900].  Chronicles of Smith County,

                       
Texas
27 no. 1 (19888):  back cover.
           
Pope, James Benford.  Investigations in Erosion Control and Reclamation of

                       
Eroded Sandy Clay Lands of Texas, Arkansas, and Louisiana at the
                       
Conservation Experiment Station, Tyler, Tex., 1931-40
.  Washington: 
                       
U.S.  Dept. of Agriculture, 1946.
           
Pryor, Bernice James.  “Proposed Program in Agricultural Extension Work for
                       
Negroes in Smith County.”  M.S. thesis, Prairie View A&M University,
                       
1953.
*          Sharecroppers.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
           
Smith County Program Building Committee and  County Extension Agents. 
                       
Smith County Program.  Rev. ed. [College Station, TX:  Texas
                       
Agricultural Extension Service, Texas A&M University System], 1977.
*          "Smith County--W. C. Stallings, County Agent."  East Texas Family Records
                        13 no. 4 (Winter 1989):  26-28.

           
Sneed, Hattie R. G.  “Some Aspects of Leadership in Adult Home Demonstration
                       
Extension Clubs in Smith County, Texas, in 1952.”  M.S. thesis, Prairie
                       
View A&M University, 1953.
           
Spears, B. R., J. S. Rogers, and T. E. McAfee.  Corn Silage Studies at College
                       
Station, Temple and Tyler, 1952.”  Texas Agricultural Experiment Station
                       
Progress Report.  College Station:  Texas Agricultural Experiment Station,
                       
1953.
*+        Texas.  Department of Agriculture.  Texas Family Land Heritage Registry. 
                       
Austin:  The Department, 1974-    .  Tyler Public Library has vols. 1-10. 
                       
University of Texas at Tyler has vols. 1-12, 16-17.
                       
v.2 includes Bradford Ranch, near Arp; Rose Acres Ranch, northeast of
                       
            Tyler, and Woods Ranch, east of Gresham
                       
v. 4 includes the Smith Farm south of Tyler
                       
v. 9 includes the Jay Bee Ranch north of Lindale
                       
v.10 includes Russeau’s Farm, north of Tyler
                       
v.11 includes Baird Ranch near Arp; Nichols-Walters-Griffith Farm near
                       
            Winona, Brown’s Olde Homestead near Troup, Wilson Hill Farm
                       
            near Bullard
                       
v.12 includes Guinn Farm, near Tyler
*%#+    Wilkins, James.  “The Browning Gin.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 12 no.
                        
2 (Winter 1973):  40.
*%#+    Wilkins, James.  “Smith County Gins.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 25 no.
                       
2 (Winter 1986):  17-31.  

AIRPORT and AVIATION
*         
Airport.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Aviation.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.

%         "Aviation--Pounds Field."  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Public Services.

+          Burton, Morris S.  “The Record Still Stands!”  Tyler Life 1 no. 7 (July 1985): 
                        54-55.  [world’s record for light-plane endurance flight, 1937]
+          Collins, Sara.  “The Tyler Approach.”  Tyler Magazine (Spring/Summer 1985): 
                        35-46.  Repeated in Fall/Winter 1985.
+          Fair, Janet Drake.  “Tyler’s New Gateway to the World for East Texas.”  Tyler
                        Today
(Summer 2002):  74-756.
           
Nagy, Margaret Carol.  “The Expansion and Interior Renovation of the Pounds
                       
Field Airport Terminal at Tyler, Texas.”  M.F.A. thesis, Texas Tech
                       
University, 1979.
           
Heckman, Susan.  “After 50 Years, Tyler Pounds Field Still Flying High.”  Tyler
                        Today
(Summer 1999):  10-12.
+          Heckmann, Susan.  “New Airport Terminal Reflects Tyler’s Heritage.”  Tyler
                        Today
(Winter 1999):  61-63.
+          Mallory, Randy.  “Reflection & Revival.”  Tyler Life 1 no. 7 (July 1985):  50-53. 
                        [Lone Star Wing of Confederate Air Force]
+          "New Airport Terminal Opens & Exceeds All Goals."  Tyler Today (Fall 2002): 
                        6-8.
%          Palmer, Mildred.  "Remembrances of Mildred Palmer."  Manuscript, typescript.  In
                       
"Aviation."  Vertical File.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
*%#+    [Photograph—First U.S. Air Mail Flight from Tyler, Sept. 1, 1934].  Chronicles

                       
of Smith County, Texas
11 no. 2 (Fall 1972), p. ?
*          Tyler Pounds Field:  Airport Master Plan, 1985-2005, Tyler, Texas.  Tyler: 
                       
Bucher, Willis, & Ratliff, 1985.
*          Tyler Pounds Field Master Plan Update.  Tyler:  Bucher, Willis & Ratliff, 1993.
*          Tyler Pounds Field Master Plan Update.  Tyler:  Bucher, Willis & Ratliff, 1994.
*          Tyler Pounds Field Master Plan Update.  Tyler:  Bucher, Willis & Ratliff, 1995.

           
Tyler Pounds Field, Tyler, Texas:  Digitized From OC622, Surveyed May 1993,

                        11th Edition
.  [Washington, DC?:   U.S. Department of Commerce,
                        National Ocean Service, 1993.

            Tyler Pounds Field, Tyler, Texas:  Digitized From OC622, Surveyed May 1990,

                        10th Edition
.  [Washington, DC?:   U.S. Department of Commerce,
                        National Ocean Service, 1990.
*         
Tyler Pounds Regional Airport.  Tyler Public Library.  Vertical files.  See folder under
                        Airport.

           
United States.  Federal Aviation Administration.  Pounds Field, Tyler, Texas: 

                       
Proposed Improvements
.  Washington, DC:  The Administration, 1970? 
            Wilbur Smith and Associates.  Texas New Mexico Small Market Air Service

                        Needs Assessment Final Technical Report, Tyler, Texas
.  [Texas?:  Wilbur
                        Smith Associates, 2000.]  

ARCHEOLOGY
+          Ahr, Steve Wayne.  Archeological Testing at the Prehistoric Site of 41SM231,

                        Smith County, Texas
.  Austin:  Texas Dept. of Transportation. 
                       
Environmental Affairs Division, Archeological Studies Program, 2001.
%        Archeology.  Vertical Files.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Miscellaneous.

           
Cooper, Judy Hennessee and Eben S. Cooper.  Archeological Investigations of

                       
13.5 Acres of the Kinsey Bridges HUD Development Project, Smith
                       
County,  Texas
.  Plano, TX:  C. Dimensions, 2004.
           
Corbin, James E.  Archaeological Survey of a Proposed Sanitary Sewer

                        Improvement Project (HUDCDBG, A5, B4) For the City of Whitehouse,
                        Smith County, Texas
.  Nacogdoches, TX:  [J. E. Corbin], 1991.
           
Corbin, James E.  Archaeological Survey of a Proposed Well Pad and Access

                        Road Location in Tyler State Park, Smith County, Texas
.  Nacogdoches,
                        TX:  [s.n., 1985].
           
Corbin, James E.  Archaeological Survey of the Paul E. Cameron, Jr., Inc.

                       
Proposed Anderson Development Corporation Well No. 1; (F2, F13; COE
                       
Permit Co. 199500551) in the Old Sabine Bottom Wildlife Management
                       
Area, Smith County, Texas
.  Nacogdoches, TX:  [J. E. Corbin], 1995.
           
Corbin, James E.  Archaeological Survey of the Tyler South Greenbelt Park in the

                       
City of Tyler, Smith County, Texas
.  Nacogdoches, TX:  [J. E. Corbin],
                       
1986.
+          Goode, Glenn T.  Test Excavations at Prehistoric Site 41SM203, Smith County,

                        Texas
.  [Austin]:  Texas Department of Transportation, Environmental
                        Affairs Division, Cultural Resource Management Section, Archeology
                        Studies Program, [1997].
+          Griffith, Timothy B., Jonathan H. Jarvis and James. W. Karbula.  A Cultural

                        Resource Assessment of One Section of the Proposed Loop 49 South in
                        Tyler, Texas
.  [Austin]:  Hicks & Co., [2001].
+            Howard, Margaret, ed.  Archeological Survey of Tyler State Park, Smith County,

                        Texas
.  Austin:  Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, Public Lands
                        Division, Cultural Resources Program, 1996.
           
Hudson, Jack C.  Archeological Survey Report, Proposed Well Site, Tyler State

                        Park, Smith County, Texas
.  [Seabrook, Tex.?:  s.n.], 1984.
+            Perttula, Timothy K. and Bo Nelson.  Additional Archeological Survey

                        Investigations, City of Tyler-Lake Palestine WTP Project, Smith County,
                        Texas
.  Austin:  Archeological and Environmental Consultants, 2001.
           
__________.  Archeological Survey of a Well Pad and Access Road at Lake Tyler

                       
East for the City of Tyler, Smith County, Texas
.  Austin:  Archeological
                       
and Environmental Consultants, 2004.
+            __________.  Archeological Survey of Echard Heirs C Well Pad and Access

                       
Road at Lake Tyler East for Antero Resources II, LP and the City of Tyler,
                       
Smith County, Texas
.  Austin:  Archeological and Environmental
                       
Consultants, 2005.
+            __________.  Archeological Survey of Echard Heirs F- and Anderson Well Pads

                       
and  Access Road at Lake Tyler East for Antero Resources II, LP and the
                       
City of Tyler, Smith County, Texas
.  Austin, TX:  Archeological and
                       
Environmental Consultants, 2004.
+            __________.  Archeological Survey of the B. J. Wilson Gas Unit Well No. 1 at

                       
Lake Tyler East for C W Resources, Inc., and the City of Tyler, Smith
                       
County, Texas
.  Austin:  Archeological and Environmental Consultants,
                       
2005.
+            __________.  Archeological Survey of the City of Tyler-Lake Palestine WTP

                         Project, Smith County, Texas
.  [Austin]:  Archeological and Environment
                        Consultants, [1999].
+            __________.  Archeological Survey of the D and E Well Pads and Surrounding

                       
Areas at Lake Tyler East for Antero Resources II, LP and the City of
                       
Tyler, Smith County, Texas
.  Austin:  Archeological and Environmental
                       
Consultants, 2005.
+            __________.  Archeological Survey of the Echard Heirs G Well Pad and

                       
Surrounding Areas at Lake Tyler East for Antero Resources II, LP and the 
                       
City of Tyler, Smith County, Texas
.  Austin:  Archeological and
                       
Environmental Consultants, 2005.
+            __________.  Archeological Survey of the McDonald Gas Unit Well No. 1 Drill

                       
Site and Access Roads at Lake Tyler East for the City of Tyler, Smith
                       
County, Texas
.  Austin, TX:  Archeological and Environmental
                       
Consultants, 2005.
+            __________.  Archeological Survey of the Musselwhite Gas Unit Well No. 1

                       
Drill Site and Access Road at Lake Tyler East for the City of Tyler, Smith
                       
County, Texas
.  Austin, TX:  Archeological and Environmental
                       
Consultants, 2005.
+            __________.  Archeological Test Excavations at the Prestonwood (41SM272) and

                        Broadway (41SM273) Sites Along the City of Tyler-Lake Palestine WTP
                        Project, Smith County, Texas
.  [Austin]:  Archeological and
                        Environmental Consultants, 2001.
+            __________.  Phase II Archeological Survey Investigations of the City of Tyler-

                        Lake Palestine WTP Project, Smith County, Texas
.  [Austin]: 
                        Archeological and Environmental Consultants, 2000.
+            Pertulla, Timothy K., Bo. Nelson, and James M. Briscoe.  Archeological Surveys

                       
and Impact Evaluations in the Texas Department of Transportation's
                       
Atlanta, Lufkin, and Tyler Districts, 2001-2003
.  Austin, TX: 
                       
Archeological and Environmental Consultants, 2005.
           
Perttula, Timothy K, Bo. Nelson, J. Philip Dering, et al.  Woodland and Caddo

                       
Archeology at the Broadway or Kanduts'ah Kuhnihdahahdisa' Site
                       
(41SM273) on the City of Tyler-Lake Palestine WTP Project, Smith
                       
County, Texas
.  [Austin, TX]:  Archeological and Environmental
                       
Consultants, 2004.
+            Perttula, Timothy K. and Diane Elizabeth Wilson.  Archeological Investigations

                       
at the Lindsey Park Site (41SM300), Smith County, Texas.
  [Austin, TX]: 
                       
Archeological and Environmental Consultants, 2003.

           
Schmidt, James S. and Wayne P. Glander.  East Texas Electric Cooperative, Inc.

                       
Cultural Resources Survey:  (Clyde Brady—Pecan Hills and Pecan
                       
Hills—Garden Valley Segments), Smith County, Texas
.  Austin, TX: 
                       
Espey, Huston & Associates, 1995.
+            Skinner, S. Alan.  Archaeological Survey of Faulkner Park, Smith County, Texas. 
                       
Dallas:  AR Consultants, 1999.
+            __________.  Archaeological Survey of the Whitehouse Replacement Pipeline

                       
Route, Smith County, Texas
.  Dallas, TX:  AR Consultants, 2005.
+            __________.  Cultural Resources Reconnaissance of Pounds Field Airport, Smith

                        County, Texas
.  Dallas:  AR Consultants, [1998].
              __________.  Historical Archeology of the Neches Saline, Smith County,

                        Texas
.  Austin:  Texas Historical Survey Committee, 1971.
           
Skinner, S. Alan and Lance K. Trask.  Archaeological Survey at the Greenwood

                       
Farms Landfill, Smith County, Texas
.  Dallas:  AR Consultants, 2004.
           
Skolan, Elizabeth.  Results of a Cultural Resources Survey of a Proposed 138-kV

                       
Transmission Line in Wood and Smith Counties, Texas
.  Austin, TX: 
                       
Espey, Huston & Associates, 1995.
+          Todd, Jesse E.  Cultural Resources Survey Within Faulkner Park, Tyler, Texas. 
                       
Dallas, TX:  AR  Consultants, 2005.
+          Todd, Jesse E.  An Archaeological Survey of the South Tyler Park Trails

                       
Extension, Tyler, Texas
.  Dallas, TX:  AR Consultants, 2005.
+          Trask, Lance K., Floyd D. Kent and S. Alan Skinner.  Archaeological Survey of

                        Woldert Park, Tyler, Texas
.  Dallas:  AR Consultants, 2002.
           
Trask, Lance K., and Jesse E. Todd.  Cultural Resources Survey Within the Green

                       
Acres South Campus Proposed Expansion Site, Smith County, Texas
. 
                       
Dallas, TX:  AR Consultants, 2004.
           
Turpin, Jeff. Archeological Assessment of the Gulf South Pipeline L. P. Overton

                       
Field Lateral Pipeline, Smith County, Texas
.  Austin, TX:  TAS, Inc.,
                       
2003.
           
Turpin, Jeff and Solveig A. Turpin.  A Cultural Resource Survey of Three

                       
Proposed Pipeline Corridors, Tyler State Park, Smith County, Texas
. 
                       
[Austin, TX?]:  TAS Inc., 1993.  

ARCHITECTURE
 %        Adams home, 210 S. Adams.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Homes.
          
Adams, Jacqueline.  A Bicentennial Presentation of Historical Buildings in Tyler: 

                        1976 Calendar
.  [Tyler, TX:  AAUW?, 1976].
*%#+  Albertson, Dorothy.  “The Mathis-Albertson House.”  Chronicles of Smith

                       
County, Texas
13 no. 1 (Summer 1974):  17.
           
Alexander, Drury Blakeley.  Texas Homes of the Nineteenth Century.  Austin: 
                       
Published for the Amon Carter Museum of Western Art by the University
                       
of Texas Press, 1966.  Includes the Sage House, near Starrville; the
                       
Colonel Dewberry House, Teaselville.
+          “American Express Financial Advisors Purchase Historic Ramey House.”  Tyler
                        Today
(Fall 2001):  86-87.
*         
Apartments—Downtown Tyler.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
%          Architecture and Architects.  Vertical files.  Smith County Historical Society
                        Archives.  See folder under Business.
%          Arnold home, Omen.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Homes.
%          Atwood home, Pine Springs.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society
                        Archives.  See folder under Homes.
*          Beasley, Ellen.  Preservation Plan, Tyler, Texas.  [Tyler, TX?:  E. Beasley?,
                        1978].
*%#+   Beall, Alex.  “The Beall House & Its Builder.”  Chronicles of Smith County,

                       
Texas
4 no. 1 (Spring 1965):  27-28.
%          Beattie-Agee Home on S. Adams.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society
                        Archives.  See folder under Homes.
%          Beds & Breakfasts.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Homes.
%          Bell Home, Gresham.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Homes.
%          Bell Home, Prestwood.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Homes.
*%#+
  “Bell House, 411 South Broadway, Tyler.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 3
                       
no. 1 (Spring 1964):  2.
%          Bell/Jones/Roberts home, S. Chilton.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society
                        Archives.  See folder under Homes.
+          “The Bell-Sabota House, From 411 S. Broadway to County Road 134.”  Tyler
                        Today
(Spring 2003):  41-47.
*           Blackstone Hotel.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
%          Bonner-Alexander-Dean home.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society
                        Archives.  See folder under Homes.
%          Bonner, J. H. home, S. Boon.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society
                        Archives.  See folder under Homes.
%          Bonner, Whitaker, McClendon home.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical
                        Society Archives.  See folder under Homes.
*          Bonner-Whitaker-McClendon House.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
            “The Bonner-Whitaker-McClendon House.”  Tyler Today (Spring 1996):  48.
%         Bower-Clark home.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Homes.
*%#+
  “Browning House, Starrville-Browning Road.”  Chronicles of Smith County,
                       
Texas
3 no. 1 (Spring 1964):  3.
*+        Bracken, Dorothy K., and Maurine Whorton Redway.  Early Texas Homes. 
                       
Dallas:  Southern Methodist University, 1956.  Includes Patterson Home,
                        1311 W. Oakwood, Tyler, and Goodman Home “Bonnie Castle”, 524
                        North Broadway, Tyler.
*         
Brick Streets Historic Districts.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folder
                        Historic Districts.
%         Brown-Burke home.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Homes.
%          Browning home.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Homes.
+          “Brownlow Home, 2015 South College.”  Tyler Today (Summer 2003):  27-31.
*%#+   Bugg, William Bradford.  “A Victorian Home:  The Erasmus M. Hanna House
                       
[Troup].”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 10 no. 2 (Fall 1971):  47-49.
%          Buildings, Misc.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Buildings.
*%#+   Burton, Morris S.  “The Court Houses of Smith County.”  Chronicles of Smith

                       
County, Texas
3 no. 2 (Fall 1964):  1-15.
*%#+   Burton, Morris.  “Courthouse Views.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 21 no.
                       
1 (Summer 1982):  7-12.
*%#+   Burton, Morris S.  “Map Miscellanea—Old Tyler Buildings.”  Chronicles of

                       
Smith County, Texas
30 no. 2 (Winter 1991):  30-35.
*%#+   Burton, Morris S.  “Number 7 of 11:  The 1876 Courthouse.”  Chronicles of Smith

                       
County, Texas
15 no. 1 (Summer 1976):  68-74, back cover.
           
“The Butler-Clyde House.”  Tyler Today (Spring 1996):  46.
*         
Butler, T. B. Fountain Plaza.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Caldwell Auditorium.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.

%          Caldwell Buildings.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Buildings.
%         Caldwell-Lisle home.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Homes.
*         
Carlton Hotel.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
%         Carnegie building.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Buildings.
%         Carnegie building.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  Boxes. 
*         
Carnegie History Center.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
%         Carter home, Garden Valley.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society
                        Archives.  See folder under Homes.
%          Caspary-Cain-Palmore-Ford home.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society
                        Archives.  See folder under Homes.
           
Charnwood Historic District Development Plan, Tyler, Texas.  [Tyler, TX:  City
                       
of Tyler, 1978.
*         
Charnwood Historic District.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folder under
                        Historic Districts.

%          Chilton home.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Homes.
*%#+   “The Chilton House:  A Portfolio.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 30 no. 1
                       
(Summer 1991):  20-23.
*%#+
    “Chilton House, South Chilton and West Phillips Streets, Tyler.”  Chronicles of
                       
Smith County, Texas
3 no. 1 (Spring 1964):  4.
*         
Clock Tower.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  [courthouse]
%          Cobb home.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Homes.
+          Collins, Daye.  “The Story of Tyler’s Carnegie Building.”  Tyler Today (Fall 2004): 
                        81-82.
%          Connally-Holley home, Charnwood.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society
                        Archives.  See folder under Homes.
%          Connally home.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Homes.
%          Copeland home, Garden Valley.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society
                        Archives.  See folder under Homes.
*%#+   
Copeland, Theodore.  “Theodore Copeland House (West of Lindale).” 
                       
Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 6 no. 1 (Spring 19670:  10.
*         
Cotton Belt Railway/Depot.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Courthouse Plaza or Square.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folder Butler,
                        T. B. Fountain Plaza.

%         Courthouses.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Buildings.
*         
Courthouses.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*%#+  
Cowan, Terry.  “The Dean-Venable House.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas
                       
13 no. 1 (Summer 1974):  15-16.

*%#+  
Cowan, Terry.  “The Dingler House.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 12 no.
                       
2 (Winter 1973):  4-5.

           
Cox, William Allan.  "A Solar Residence."  B.Arch. thesis, Texas Tech
                       
University, 1975.
*%#+   Cross, Linda.  “The Connally Castle.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 19 no.
                       
2 (Winter 1980):  27-38.
*%#+   Cross, Linda Brown.  “The Cross House at Garden Valley.”  Chronicles of Smith

                       
County, Texas
23 no. 2 (Winter 1984):  29.
N         Culbertson, Margaret.  Texas Houses Built by the Book: The Use of Published

           
            Designs, 1850-1925.
  College Station:  Texas A&M University Press,
                       
1999.  Includes the Jester House, 630 S. Fannin, Tyler, built ca. 1898, and
                       
the L. E. Smith House, 434 S. Chilton, Tyler, built 1922.
+          “The Davis Home, Margaret and Gordon Davis, 902 South College,”  Tyler Today
                        (Spring 2005):  47.
%         Davis, Leonard home.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Homes.
            Deakins, Sue.  “The Oil Palace:  A Knockout from the Start!”  Tyler Today (Spring
                        1994):  54-55.

*%#+   Dean, Lena.  “The Dean House.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 14 no. 1
                       
(Summer 1975):  59-61.

%          Dean-Venable home.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Homes
%          Delay home.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
   
                     folder under Homes.
%          Dewberry home.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Homes.
*         
Dewberry House.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*%#+
   “Dewberry House, Teaselville Community.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas
           
            3 no. 1 (Spring 1964):  5.
           
“Dewberry Plantation.”  http://www.dewberryplantation.com/index.htm. 
           
            Accessed 9 March 2006.
+          “Dr. Helen Williamson & Chris Williamson, 116 Lindsey Lane.”  Tyler Today
                        (Spring 2006):  51.
%          Donaldson home.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Homes.
%          Douglas-Holland-Pollard home.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society
                        Archives.  See folder under Homes.
%          Driskell-Kirby home.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Homes.
            “Dwelling Downtown.”  Tyler Today (Summer 1996):  16-17, 19-20.
%          Earle home.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Homes.
+          “The Edmonds Home, Bonnie and Don Edmonds, 922 South College.” Tyler
                        Today
(Spring 2005):  43-44.
*%#+  
Edwards, Del.  “The Patterson House, 1311 West Oakwood.”  Chronicles of
           
            Smith County, Texas
13 no. 2 (Winter 1974):  23, 28-29.
            
England, Meredith.  "A Dream to Build On:  The Woman's Building of Tyler." 
                       
Texas Historian 58 no. 2 (November 1997):  17-19.
*%#+    Esberger, Karen Kay.  “The Kay House.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 20
                       
no. 1 (Summer 1981):  9-12.
*%#+   “Exhibit One.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 10 no. 1 (Spring 1971):  19-
                       
24.
*%#+   “Exhibit Two.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 10 no. 1 (Spring 1971):  37-
                       
41.
+          Fair, Janet.  “Bridgette & Harley Hooper Preserve & Transform Their Historical
                        Chilton Home.”  Tyler Today (Fall 2002):  20-25.
            Farmer, Mona.  “Downtown Revitalization:  A Return to Yesteryear.”  Tyler Today
                        (Winter 1989):  31-34, 36-43.  [many old photographs of downtown
                        buildings]
+          Faubion, R. D.  “The Smith County Courthouse.”  Tyler Today (Spring 1993): 
                        60-62.
%         Fire Station (Old).  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Buildings.
%          Floore home.  Vertical files.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Homes.
%          Ford home.  Vertical files.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Homes.
*%#+   “Frank L. Judd House (804 W. Dobbs—Tyler).”  Chronicles of Smith County,

                       
Texas
6 no. 1 (Spring 1967):  11-12.
           
Fuquay, John.  “The Heart of Tyler:  Downtown Revitalization.”  Tyler Today
                        (Winter 1994):  18-21.
*#+      Gajda, Patricia A.  The Faces of Tyler.  Tyler:  Tyler Museum of Art, 1978.
            Gajda, Patricia A.  "Tyler:  A Tradition of Gracious Living in East Texas."  Texas
                        Homes
5 no. 2 (March 1981):  11-16.
+          Gajda, Patricia.  “Tyler Heritage on Tour.”  Tyler Life 1 no. 6 (March 1985): 
                        14-18.  [Ulmer-Lensgraf home, 1608 S. Chilton; Marmar-Nordyke
                        home, 1514 S. Chilton; Windsor-Long home, 1416 S. Chilton; Harber-
                        Allen home, 1312 S. Chilton]
%          Garnett home.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Homes.
*%#+
  “Gary House, Farm Road 757/near Starrville.”  Chronicles of Smith County,
                       
Texas
3 no. 1 (Spring 1964):  6.
%          Gary-Starr home.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Homes.

*%#+  
Gilbert, Alice.  “The Loftin-Wiggins House.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas
                       
13 no. 1 (Summer 1974):  18-22.

*%#+  
Gilbert, Loy.  “The Yarbrough Building (106 East Ferguson, Tyler).”  Chronicles
                       
of Smith County, Texas
12 no. 2 (Winter 1973): 10-11, 33.
%          Goldstein-Brown home.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Homes.

*          Groff, Kim.  The Fitzgerald House, 815 South Broadway Avenue, Tyler, Texas. 
                       
[Tyler, TX]:  Fitzgerald House, 2002.

%          Goodman-Calaway home.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Homes.
           
“The Goodman House.”  Tyler Today (Spring 1996):  44-45.
*%#+
  “Goodman House, 624 North Broadway, Tyler.”  Chronicles of Smith County,
                       
Texas
3 no. 1 (Spring 1964):  7.
%          Goodman-LeGrand home.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Homes.
*         
Goodman-LeGrand Museum.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
%         Green home.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Homes.

*%#+  
Greer, Jack T.  “The Butler House.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 12 no. 2
                       
(Winter 1973):  cover, 1, 41.

*%#+  
Greer, Jane Judge.  “The Judge House.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 12
                       
no. 2 (Winter 1973):  5-6.

*%#+    Hampton, Karen.  “The Bonner-Whitaker McClendon House:  100 Years.” 
                       
Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 20 no. 2 (Winter 1981):  1-11, back
                       
cover.
%          Hancock home.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Homes.
*%#+   Hardy, Mrs. Fred.  “Henry B. Matthews-Fred Hardy House (Sand Flat Road).” 
                       
Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 6 no. 1 (Spring 1967):  6.
%          Harris-Alexander home.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Homes.
%          Harsh-Yarbrough home.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Homes.
*         
 Harvey Hall.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
%          Hatthews, G. V. home.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Homes.
%          Hauk, John home.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Homes.
%          Henry-Mullins home.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Homes.
%          Hergesheimer home.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Homes.
*%#+    “Hergesheimer House, 2102 N. Bois d’Arc—Tyler.”  Chronicles of Smith County,

                       
Texas
6 no. 1 (Spring 1967):  9.
           
“Heritage on Tour.”  Tyler Today (Spring 1995):  20-21, 23-24.  [Howard home,
                        206 Mockingbird; Rippy home, 322 Mockingbird; Price home, 518
                        Mockingbird; Davis home, 902 S. College; Designer Showcase house, 202
                        Mockingbird; Gary Elementary School, 730 S. College]
+          “Heritage on Tour.”  Tyler Today (Spring 1999):  27-29.  [625 S. Bois D’Arc, 1320
                        Belmont, 1218 Belmont, 419 W. Houston, 1506 S. Chilton, Carnegie Public
                        Library Building, 612 S. Second]
            “Heritage on Tour 1996:  ‘A Sesquicentennial Celebration.’”  Tyler Today (Spring
                        1996):  8-9.  [Brown home, 313 E. Charnwook; Cathedral of the Immaculate
                        Conception; St. Gregory School; Pollard home, 318 S. Fannin; Battle home,
                        521 Park Heights Circle]
            “Heritage on Tour ’97:  ‘Opening Doors to Tyler’s Past.”  Tyler Today (Spring 1997): 
                        46-48.  [Judith Guthrie home, 223 W. Charnwood; Edmonds home, 1208 S.
                        College; Stewart home, 1211 S.  Sneed; Perry home, 1508 S. Wall; Smith
                        home, 2212 S. Chilton]
%          Himsel-Duke home.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical  Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Homes.
*         
Historic Districts of Tyler.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Historic Homes.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Historic Homes & Buildings.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Historic Homes & Loft Apartments.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folder
                        under Apartments—Downtown Tyler.
*          Historic Preservation.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Historic Preservation—Tyler.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.

            
Historic Tyler, Inc.  http://www.historictyler.org/.  Accessed 22 March 2006.

+          “Historic Tyler on Tour—Homes.”  Tyler Today (Spring 2004):  56-57.  [Barrett
                        House, 401 W. Sixth; Cranford Loft, 124 S. College, #101; Cushman Home,
                        206 Mockingbird; Heines Penthouse, 305 S. Broadway, Suite 1200; Oates-
                        Gross Home, 223 E. Third St.; Miller House, 114 E. Second St.; Byars-
                        Summers Home, 118 East Second]
+          “Historic Tyler on Tour 2003.”  Tyler Today (Spring 2003):  25-28.  [Brownlow
                        Home—2015 S. College; Carroll Home, 1819 S. Chilton; Fitzgerald House,
                        908 S. Broadway; Menefee Home, 218 W. First; Shepard Home, 1321 S.
                        College; Skorkowsky Home, 112 W. First]
            "Historic Tyler on Tour 2006."  Tyler Today (Spring 2006):  49, 51, 53-56.  [Dr.
                        Helen Williamson & Chris Williamson, 116 Lindsey Lane; Robert Owen, Alice
                        Kay & John English, 610 S. Broadway; Larkin & Rick Forman, 627 S. 
                        Fannin; Stasha Gominak & Peter Milne, 625 S. College; Tanna & Evan Stanley,
                        514 S. Chilton; Jarman House/Stacy & Todd Bengston home, 2520 Old
                        Bullard Road]
*%#+
  “Hitt-Wilbanks House, Hopewell-Sand Flat Road.”  Chronicles of Smith County,
           
            Texas
3 no. 1 (Spring 1964):  8.
%          Hitt-Williamson home.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Homes.
           
“Homes & People” [Historical Markers]. 
           
            http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/histmark/homes.html.  Accessed 9
           
            March 2006.
%          Hoskins home.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Homes.
+          “A House for All Seasons.”  Tyler Life 2 no. 4 (January 1985):  44-45. 
                        [McClendon House]
%          Huggins-Starnes home.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Homes.
*%#+
   “Huggins-Starnes House, Starrville Community.”  Chronicles of Smith County,
           
            Texas
3 no. 1 (Spring 1964):  9.
%          Hughes home.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Homes.
+          “The Ihrig Home, Michelle and Nathan Ihrig, 1002 South College.”  Tyler Today
                        (Spring 2005):  44-45.
*%#+
  “John B. Douglas-Dr. J. H. Holland House (318 S. Fannin-Tyler).”  Chronicles of
           
            Smith County, Texas
6 no. 1 (Spring 1967):  10.
*%#+
  “John Franklin Overton House (Swinneyville).  Chronicles of Smith County,
           
            Texas
6 no. 1 (Spring 1967):  8.
%          Johnson home, S. Adams.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society.  See
                        folder under Homes.
%          Johnson home, Starrville.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society.  See
                        folder under Homes.
%          Judd home.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society.  See folder under Homes.
%          Kay home.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society.  See folder under Homes.

*%#+
  “Kay House, North of Winona on Highway 155.”  Chronicles of Smith County,
                       
Texas
3 no. 1 (Spring 1964):  10.
*%#+  
Kidd, Sam.  “The Artzt House.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 41 (2002): 
                       
51.

*%#+  
Kidd, Sam C., Jr.  “502 S. Mary Street:  A History of the House and Its Owners.” 
                        Chronicles of Smith County, Texas
40 no. 2 (Winter 2001):  1-9.
           
Kilroy, Walter.  "Program for Hayden-Wilson Farm."  B.Arch. thesis, Texas Tech
                       
University, 1972.
           
King, Barbara.  “The Wisenbaker Building—A Unique Fusion of Past and Future.” 
                        Tyler Today
(Spring 1997):  12-14.
%         L & L Buildings.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Buildings.
+          “Larkin & Rick Forman, 627 S. Fannin.”  Tyler Today (Spring 2006):  53.
*%#+   Leath, Andrew L.  “The Driskell-Kirby House.”  Chronicles of Smith County,

                       
Texas
16 no. 2 (Winter 1977):  14-16.
*%#+   Leath, Andrew L.  “The Tipton House, Troup.”  Chronicles of Smith County,

                       
Texas
17 no. 1 (Summer 1978):  64.
*%#+   Leath, Andy.  “The Ford House.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 14 no. 1
                       
(Summer 1975):  61-63, back cover.
*%#+   Leath, Andy.  “The Nunn House.” Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 12 no. 2
                       
(Winter 1973):  6.
*%#+   Leath, Andy.  “The Rushing House.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 14 no. 1
                       
(Summer 1975):  58-59.
%          LeGrand home, Fannin St.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Homes.
*         
 LeGrand House.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folder under Architecture.
*%#+    “Lemuel E. Verner House (New Harmony Road).”  Chronicles of Smith County,

                       
Texas
6 no. 1 (Spring 1967):  10-11.
*         
  Lewis Hotel.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
%          Lindsey-Camillere home.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Homes.
*          
Loft Apartments.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folder under Historic
                        Homes.
%          Loft:  Tyler Square.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Places.
%          Loftin, E. Reeves home.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
   
                     See folder under Homes.
%          Loftin home, Teaselville.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Homes.
*%#+   “Loftin House, Farm Road 344.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 3 no. 1
           
            (Spring 1964):  11.

%          Love-Oden-Prater home.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Homes.
           
Lundy, David C., Jr.  "The Hunt-Miller-Walker Home."  Texas Historian 55 no. 4
                       
(May 1995):  3-4.
*         
Main Street Program.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*%#+   “Major John Dean House (Dean).”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 6 no. 1
                       
(Spring 1967):  4.

+          Manning, Stacie.  “The Legacy of Charnwood Hill Inn.”  Tyler Today (Fall 2000): 
                        14-15, 17.

%          Marsh home, Ferguson St.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Homes.
%          Marsh, W. H. home, 219 Bonner.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society
                        Archives.  See folder under Homes.
*%#+
  “Marsh House, 522 South Broadway, Tyler.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas
                       
3 no. 1 (Spring 1964):  14.

*%#+   
Matthews, Mrs. Nat and Jean Cannon.  “Dr. G. W. Matthews House (Garden
                       
Valley).”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 6 no. 1 (Spring 1967):  33.
%          Mathis-Albertson home.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Homes.
%          Matthews-Hardy home.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Homes.
%          Mayfield-Hunt home.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Homes.

*%#+   
McCarthy, Dennis.  “Dennis McCarthy, ’32, Sketched From Life, Prominent
                        Tylerites, 1932.”  Transcribed by Zelda Dozier Boucher.  Chronicles of

                        Smith County, Texas
42 (2002):  1-9.
*%#+   
McCarthy, Dennis.  “Dennis McCarthy, Sketched From Life.”  Chronicles of
                        Smith County, Texas
43 (2004):  17-21, 26-29.
*          
McClendon House.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folder under Bonner-
                        Whitaker-McClendon House.

%          McGhee home.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Homes.

*%#+   
McKenna, Francis Joseph.  “An Interview with Francis Joseph McKenna.” 
                       
Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 29 no. 1 (Summer 1990):  35-38.
+          “The McKinley Home, Elizabeth and Jim McKinley, 207 Lindsey Lane.”  Tyler
                        Today
(Spring 2005):  42-43.
             McQuiston, Nancy.  "Dream Builders:  Tyler Home Attracts National Spotlight."
                        Tierra Grande 12 no. 2 (April 2005):  online.  
                        http://recenter.tamu.edu/TGrande/vol12-2/1723.html  (HGTV Dream
                        House)
*%#+
    “Medallion Presentation” [Dewberry House, Gary House, Goodman House]. 
                       
Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 2 no. 1 (Spring 1963):  9-10.

*%#+   
Medford, L. L., III and Melba Robinson Medford.  “The Philips-Umberger
                       
House.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 17 no. 1 (Summer 1978):  25-
                       
30.

            “The Milburn-Gary-Fair House.”  Tyler Today (Winger 1996):  32-34.

*%#+
  “Miller House, 223 East Charnwood, Tyler.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas
                       
2 no. 1 (Spring 1963):  15.
%          Miscellaneous homes.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Homes.
%          Moore home.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Homes.
%          Moore home, Jamestown.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Homes.

*%#+  
Moore, Zelma and Mrs. Robert Moore.  “Kella Peters-John M. Moore House
                       
(Jamestown).  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 6 no. 1 (Spring 1967): 
                       
5-6.
           
“National Register of Historic Places—Texas—Smith County.” 
                       
http://www.nationalregisterofhistoricplaces.com/TX/Smith/state.html. 
                       
Accessed 9 March 2006.
+          “The Negem Home, 1419 Chilton Avenue.”  Tyler Today (Spring 2004):  108,
                        110, 112-113, 115-118, 120, 122.
%          Niblack home.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Homes.
*%#+
    “Niblack House, East Commerce Street, Tyler.”  Chronicles of Smith County,
                       
Texas
3 no. 1 (Spring 1964):  16.
%          Nichols home.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Homes.
+          “The Nichols Home, Marissa and James Nichols, 204 Lindsey Lane.”  Tyler
                        Today
(Spring 2005):  46.
+          “1998 Tyler’s Heritage on Tour:  ‘Azaleas, Antiques and Architecture.”  Tyler
                        Today
(Spring 1998):  27, 29.  [Deen Home, 2623 S. Chilton; McKinley
                        Home, 207 Lindsey Lane; Shearer Home, 204 Lindsey Lane; Butler Home,
                        842 S. College Ave.; Office of Fitzpatrick-Butler Architects, 509 W. Dobbs;
                        Marvin United Methodist Church, 300 W. Erwin St.; First Baptist Church,
                        301 W. Ferguson St.]
%          Norton-Delaney home.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Homes.
%          Oden home.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Homes.
*           Oil Palace.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
+           “O’Sullivan’s Historic Griffin Garage Lofts, 124 South College, Downtown Tyler.” 
                        Tyler Today
(Summer 2004):  61-65.
%          Overton home, Omen.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Homes.
%          Overton home, Swinneytown.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society
                        Archives.  See folder under Homes.
%          Parker home.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Homes.
%          Pate home.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Homes.
%          Patterson home.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Homes.
*%#+
    “Patterson House, 1311 West Oakwood, Tyler.”  Chronicles of Smith County,
                       
Texas
3 no. 1 (Spring 1964):  17.
*%#+
  “A Picture from Our Past.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 14 no. 2 (Winter
                       
1975):  72.  [John B. Douglas home, 318 S. Fannin, Tyler]

+          Pilgrim, Pat.  “Tyler Woman’s Building.”  Tyler Today (Winter 1998):  41.

*%#+  
Pollan, Howard O.  “The Lewis Hotel.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 12
                       
no. 2 (Winter 1973):  1-2.

*%#+  
Pollan, Howard O.  “The Wright House.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 10
                       
no. 1 (Spring 1971):  15-17. [East Erwin and Beckham, Tyler]
%          Porter-Oden home.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Homes.
%          Prater-Oden home.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Homes.
%          Preservation of homes.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Homes.

+          “The Pyron Home, John and Guy Pyron, 212 West Dobbs,”  Tyler Today (Spring
                        2005):  47-48.
%          Ramey home.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Homes.
%          Ramsour home.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Homes.

*%#+
    “Ramsour House, 504 East Charnwood, Tyler.”  Chronicles of Smith County,
                       
Texas
3 no. 1 (Spring 1964):  18.
+          “Ravenwood, Tyler, Texas.”  Tyler Today (Winter 2003):  45-51.  [Tom G.
                        Pollard home, Troup Hwy, Tyler]
%          Reaves home.   Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Homes.
+          Reeves, Lani and Renee Burnell.  “Dewberry Plantation:  Where the Old South
                        Ended.”  Tyler Today (Summer 2002):  29-30, 33.
%          Rice-Eaton home.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  
                        See folder under Homes.
%          Riviere home.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Homes.
+          “Robert Owen, Alice Kay & John English, 610 S. Broadway.”  Tyler Today
                        (Spring 2006):  51, 53.
%          Rowland home.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Homes.
*%#+
    “Rowland House, 104 East Valentine, Tyler.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas
                       
3 no. 1 (Spring 1964):  19.
%          Rushing home.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Homes.

*%#+
  “Russell Julius Starr.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 41 (2002):  back cover.
%          Sears-Roebuck.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Homes.
%          Shamburger home, Pine Springs.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society
                        Archives.  See folder under Homes.

*%#+   
Shamburger, Pearl.  “Thomas J. Shamburger House (Pine Springs).”  Chronicles
                       
of Smith County, Texas
6 no. 1 (Spring 1967):  12, 33.
%          Shamburger, T. J. home.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Homes.

*%#+   Simons, Shirley, Jr.  “Architecture of Early Texas.”  Chronicles of Smith County,
                       
Texas
6 no. 1 (Spring 1967):  34-36.
%          Simpson home.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Homes.
%          Smith-Butler-Clyde home.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Homes.
*          
Smith County Courthouse History.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          
Smith County Courthouse—Proposed.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
%          Smith County Jails.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Buildings.
%          Spence-Grelling home.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Homes.
%          Spivey home.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.   See folder
                        under Homes.
%          Spivey store.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Buildings.
%          Spruce-Tillery home.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Homes.
%          Squyers home.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Homes.
%          Squyers, L. home.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Homes.

            “Stasha Gominak & Peter Milne, 625 S. College.”  Tyler Today (Spring 2006): 
                        53-54.
*%#+
  “Swan House, Hopewell-Sand Flat Road.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 3
                       
no. 1 (Spring 1964):  20.
%          Swann home, Sand Flat.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Homes.
+          “Tanna & Evan Stanley, 514 S. Chilton.”  Tyler Today (Spring 2006):  55.
*%#+   Taylor, Gus, Jr.  “Some Old Landmarks in Smith County.”  Chronicles of Smith

                       
County, Texas
34 no. 1 (Summer 1995):  13-30.
%          Taylor home.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See file
                        under Homes.
%         Telephone Building.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Buildings.
%         Texas Fruit Palace.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Buildings.
           
Texas Historic Preservation Grant Completion Report to the Texas Historical

                       
Commission, Carnegie Public Library, Tyler, Texas
.  [Texas:  s.n., 1984].
            Texas Historical Commission.  Texas Historic Sites Atlas.  Enter Atlas at:
                        http://atlas.thc.state.tx.us/   Select Smith County.  Includes 6 historic districts
                        (
Azalea Residential Historic District, Brick Streets Neighborhood Historic
                        District, Charnwood Residential Historic District, Donnybrook Duplex
                        Residential Historic District, East Ferguson Residential Historic District, Short-
                        Line Residential Historic District); 85 historic sawmills (H. D. Hall, D. A.
                        Sanders Manufacturing Co., E. Abe, Baber Bros., Badley & Johnson, A. W.
                        Bates, John Bauman, Bell & Co., L. D. Bell, J. M. Bowman, W. H. Boynton,
                        Bullard Gin & Crate Factory, Burning Bush, L. A. Butler Company, John
                        Carelison, Thomas Caswell, J. A. Crows, J. S. Curtis and L. A. Kayser, Sol
                        Danham (or Sol Lanham), Dixie Lumber Company, Joseph P. “Joc” Douglas,
                        East Texas Crate and Basket Factory, S. K. Elms, Epperson and McKinley,
                        John J. Flinn, Flynn & Smith, G. M. Gant, Gaudette Lumber Company, J. E.
                        Gaut, Hawn Sawmill Company, F. M. Hendrick, S. M. Henry, David Hill,
                        Hord & Co., Horton & Bell, Howard-McKinney Co., J. S. Jackson, Jernigan
                        Brothers Fixtures & Lumber Company, Kittrel Lumber Company, LaRoe
                        Brothers, Lindale Box & Crate Company, J. T. Lowery, McConkle & Wells,
                        Joshua McEhelung (?), Robert T. McFarland, James McKinley, John B.
                        McKinley, J. W. Means et al., A. J. McMinn, George McSpaddin, Moorer and
                        Carter, Odom Lumber Company, W. C. Powell Lumber Company, Archibald H.
                        Ramsour, Randell’s Tie and Lumber Company, J. W. Rider, W. L. Roberts, J. T.
                        Seay, Sessions Lumber Company, Sharp & Son, G. W. Shaw, J. N. Still, Sun
                        Lumber Company, Tarrant Industries, B. F. Taylor, Troupe Box & Lumber
                        Company, Stephen Tucker, Tyler Box & Lumber Company, Tyler Car & Lumber
                        Company, Tyler Planing Mill Company, Underwood & Overton, G. W. Walburn,
                        J. Wallace, Jefferson Wallace, Walnut Grove Lumber Company, Weaver &
                        Company, O. O. Weaver, White & Son, Pete L. White, Jerry Williams, Winona
                        Lumber Company, J. R. Wood).  Also 2451 neighborhood surveys, including:
                        Arco Gas Station, Art Moderne House, Auto Truck Service, Belzora Landing,
                        Bertrance House, Bridge at 1200 block W. Front Street, Issah N. Browning Home,
                        Butts House, Caldwell Gymnasium, Camp Ford, Carnegie Public Library, Mike
                        Carter Field, Cemetery at 200-400 N. Palace Avenue, Cemetery at 300 block N.
                        Palace Avenue, Chilton House, Collins Store, [numerous commercial buildings listed
                        by address], Cotton Belt Freight Depot, Ruth Decker House, Col. John Dewberry
                        House, Douglas House, Judge Earle House, Educational Building at 125 S. College
                        Avenue , Educational Building at 201 S. Baxter Avenue , Educational Building at 300
                        block S. College Avenue , Educational Building at 300 block S. College Avenue ,
                        Educational Building at 300 S. Bois D'Arc Avenue , Educational Building at 317 W.
                        Wilson Street , Edwards’ House, Mr. Edwards’ House, Fair House, Federal Prison
                        Camp (1863), Fern House, First Baptist Church, Florence House, Garner Home,
                        Gary House, Goodman-LeGrand House, Governmental Building at 100 block N.
                        Broadway Avenue , Guardsman Building , James Stephen Hogg House, Home
                        Furniture Company, [numerous industrial buildings listed by address], [numerous
                        “infrastructures” listed by address], [numerous “institutional buildings” listed by
                        address], Jester Butler House, K. P. Hall, Bill Kilgore House, Lewis Hotel, Loftin
                        House, Loftin-Wiggins House, Log Barn, Log Crib, Two Log Cribs, McKorkle
                        House, Methodist Church, Park at 100 block N. Broadway Avenue, Patterson
                        House, George R. Philips House, Ramey House, Regional Laboratory, [numerous
                        religious buildings listed by address], Republic of Texas Army Camp Site,
                        [numerous residences listed by address], Revere Home, Sharp’s Hardware Store,
                        Smith House, Space Burger (original)/Foxy Lady (now), Starrville Cemetery,
                        Starrville Community Center, Store at Highway 16 and Highway 14, Store in
                        downtown Winona, Structure at 100-300 S. Glenwood Boulevard, [numerous
                        “structures” listed by address], Old John Tyler High School, Powell Building Tyler
                        Junior College, Webb House, Whitaker-McClendon House, Whitehouse School
                        Buildings, Whitehouse School Gym (WPA), Wilson Distributing Company Building,
                        Winona General Store
*          Texas Main Street Project.  Resource Team Report for Tyler, Texas.  [Tex.:  Texas
                       
Historical Commission, 1990].
*%#+   “Tom Clay-Turner Vanlandingham House, 818 N. Border, Tyler.”  Chronicles of

                       
Smith County, Texas
6 no. 1 (Spring 1967):  9.
%          Turner home.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Homes.
*%#+
  “Turner House, Garden Valley.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 3 no. 1
                       
(Spring 1964):  21.
%         Tyler City Hall.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Buildings.
*         
Tyler City Hall—1939 Photograph.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
            Tyler Historic Landmark Commission.  Landmarks of Tyler.  Tyler:  The Commission,
                        [1986?].
            "Tyler Today Open House:  922 South College."  Tyler Today (Spring 2006):  36-47.
*          
Tyler Transit & Cotton Belt Building.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*           Tyler Woman’s Building.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folder under Tyler
                        Woman’s Forum.

*%#+  
Umberger, Arthur L. and Jewel Umberger.  “In Pursuit of a Dream [The
                       
Relocation & Restoration of the Philips House].”  Chronicles of Smith

                       
County, Texas
17 no. 1 (Summer 1978):  31-40.
%          Vanlandingham home.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Homes.

*%#+  
Wade, Mrs. Delton.  “The Year was 1874.”  [W. L. T. Burns house, Old
                       
Longview Road].  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 4 no. 1 (Spring
                       
1865):  back cover.
+          Wiggins, Marty.  “New Life for Tyler’s Historic Homes.”  Tyler Magazine
                        (Spring/Summer 1984):  27-31.  [Patterson-Umberger House, 1311 W.
                        Oakwood; Riviere-Frisby House, 1604 N. Bois d’Arc; Bonner-Whitaker-
                        McClendon House, corner of Houston and Vine Streets]
%          Wiggins-Loftin home.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Homes.
%          Wiley home on Fannin.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Homes.
*%#+
  “Wiley House, Sand Flat Community.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 3 no.
                       
1 (Spring 1964):  22.

*%#+   
Wilkins, James.  “The Merritt House.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 12 no.
                       
2 (Winter 1973):  2-3.
%          Willett-Bryant home.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Homes.

*%#+
    “William Green House (Old Bullard Road).”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas
                       
6 no. 1 (Spring 1967):  4-5.

*            Williams, Diane E.  Application of Azalea Residential Historical District,

                       
Tyler, Texas:  For Listing in the National Register of Historic Places: 
                       
Subject to Review by Texas Historical Commission and the United States
                       
Department of the Interior National Park Service
.  [Austin, TX:  Texas
                       
Historical Commission, 2002.]
*            Williams, Diane E.  Application of Brick Streets Residential Historical  District,

                       
Tyler, Texas:  For Listing in the National Register of Historic Places: 
                       
Subject to Review by Texas Historical Commission and the United States
                       
Department of the Interior National Park Service
.  [Austin, TX:  Texas
                       
Historical Commission, 1998-1999.
           
Williams, Diane E.  Application of Charnwood Residential Historical District,

                       
Tyler, Texas:  For Listing in the National Register of Historic Places: 
                       
Subject to Review by Texas Historical Commission and the United States
                       
Department of the Interior National Park Service.
  [Austin, TX:  Texas
                       
Historical Commission, 1998-1999].
           
Williams, Diane Elizabeth.  The Charnwood Residential Historic District, Tyler,

                        Texas:  A Guide to Exploring a National Register Historic District on
                        Foot or By Car
.  Tyler, TX:  Historic Tyler, Inc., 2000.
*%#+    Williams, Diane E.  “The Douglas-Holland-Pollard House.”  Chronicles of Smith

                        County, Texas
38 no. 2 (Winter 1999):  cover, 1-9.
%          Williams home on Williams Court.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society
                        Archives.  See folder under Homes.
*%#+
    “Williams House, 513 Williams Court, Tyler.”  Chronicles of Smith County,
                       
Texas
3 no. 1 (Spring 1964):  23.
*%#+   
Williams, Zella.  “George Arnold House (Omen).”  Chronicles of Smith County,
                       
Texas
6 no. 1 (Spring 1967):  3.
*%#+  
Wills, Elsie.  “George Spivey Store Building, Noonday, Texas.”  Chronicles of
                       
Smith County, Texas
4 no. 2 (Fall 1965):  cover, 29.
%          Wilson home.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Homes.
            Winters, Willis.  "Bruce Goff in Texas:  Renewed Visions at Lake Village." 
                       
Texas Architect 39 no. 4 (July/August 1989):  26-29.

+          “The Woldert Mansion.”  Tyler Life 1 no. 9 (September 1984):  38-44.

%          Woldert-Spence home.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Homes.
%          Woldert, W. home.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Homes.
%          Woman's Building.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Buildings.
%          Wood home.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Homes.
%          Wright-Brown home.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Homes.
*%#+   Zorn, Mrs. W. E. and Betty Shamburger.  “Center Methodist Church.” 
                       
Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 6 no. 1 (Spring 1967):  7-8.  

ART
           
Adjustments Must Be Made Continually:  Works by Doug Edge, Jim Love, Danny

                       
O'Dowdy, Boyd Wright:  Nave Museum, Victoria, Texas, September 4-
                       
October 19, 1986; Tyler Art Museum, Tyler, Texas, October 31-November
                       
23, 1986; Laguna Art Museum, Laguna Beech, California, January 23-
                       
March 12, 1987
.  Victoria, TX:  Nave Museum, 1986.  Held by Southern
                       
Methodist University Library.
#          Art Museum News Story [videorecording].  [S.l.:  s.n., 199-?]  3 min.  An
                       
interview with Robert Owens about the Tyler Museum of Art.
%          Artists.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder under
                        Misc.
*          
Artists.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*%#+   Ashley, Bill H.  “Who is Dana Layton?”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 15
                       
no. 2 (Winter 1976):  8-14.
*         
Gentry, A. C.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folder under Artists.
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "TYLER MUSEUM OF ART,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/TT/kltlw.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).
           
“He Never Had an Art Lesson.”  Tyler People (October-November 1986): 
                        14-15.  [A. D. Greer]
+          “Illuminating the Word:  The Saint John’s Bible:  Discover the Most Significant
                        Handwritten, Illuminated Bible of the Modern Era at Our Own Tyler
                        Museum of Art.” Tyler Today (Spring 2006):  116-117.
*          Juried Arts.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
+          Kerr, Zoe.  “Lost & Found:  A Story of Brotherly Love.”  Tyler Today (Winter
                        2005):  24-29.  [Tom Mullins]
+          Kerr, Zoe.  “TMA:  Devonshire Collection:  How Our Small Museum Plays Host
                        to One of the World’s Most Famous Private Art Collections.”  Tyler Today
                        (Spring 2005):  100-102.
           
Kerslake, Kenneth A.  Kenneth A. Kerslake:  An Exhibition of Works by an

                       
Extraordinary American Printmaker:  March 26-April 13, 1984,
                       
University Gallery, the University of Texas at Tyler
.  Tyler:  University of
                       
Texas at Tyler, 1984.
           
Kutner, Janet.  Surls:  [Exhibition, October 17-November 14, 1974, Tyler Museum

                       
of Art, Tyler, Texas
]. Tyler:  Tyler Museum of Art, 1974.
+          Lorei, Paul.  “Them’s Not Tattoos, Them’s Skin Illustrations.”  Tyler Today 1 no. 2
                        (November 1984):  34-39.  [Pattie Marsh, Dragon World]
            Mallory, Randy.  "Escape to ... The Devonshire Inheritance."  Texas Highways 52 
                        no.8 (August 2005):  12-15.
           
Mims, Jack, George T. Green, et al.  [Catalogue of  the Exhibition]:  A Limited

                        Edition Catalog Documenting an Exhibition of Recent Works Including
                        Four Audio-Sculptures by the Artists
.  Tyler:  Tyler Museum of Art, 1973.
*         
Murals—WPA.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Nunn, Ancel E.  Ancel E. Nunn:  A Timeless World.  Tyler, TX:  Tyler Museum
                       
of Art, [1972].
*%#+   Nunn, Ancel E.  “Ancel E. Nunn:  A Timeless World.”  Chronicles of Smith

                       
County, Texas
11 no. 1 (Spring 1972):  81-83.
+          Owens, Robert.  “Chihuly Baskets Featured at Tyler Museum of Art.”  Tyler Today
                        (Winter 2001):  20-21.
           
Recent Works From East Texas:  An Exhibition Organized by the Tyler Museum

                       
of Art, February 27 Through April 25, 1982
.  Tyler:  The Museum, 1982.
*          
Sculpture.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*           Silversmiths.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.

*%#+    Stephens, William B.  “An Art for Remembering.”  Chronicles of Smith County,

                       
Texas
26 no. 2 (Winter 1987):  12-13.  [Statue of Confederate soldier in
                       
Oakwood Cemetery]
           
Tomio, Ken.  James Dowell:  Portraits, Landscapes and Still Lifes:  [May 15 –

                        July 20, 2003, Tyler Museum of Art
.  Tyler, TX:  Tyler Museum of Art,
                        2003.    
%         Tyler Art League.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Clubs, Organizations.
*          
Tyler Art League.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*           Tyler Museum of Art.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.

+          “Tyler Museum of Art:  Not Your Father’s Art Museum!”  Tyler Today (Fall 2001): 
                        11-13.
+          “Tyler Museum of Art Presents Jewels of Time:  Watches from the Munson-Williams-
                        Proctor Institute.”  Tyler Today (Fall 2002):  65-66.
 +          “Tyler Museum of Art:  Spring Exhibition Schedule.”  Tyler Today (Spring 2003): 
                        33-35.
%          Tyler Museum of Art.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society.  See folder
                         under Public Services.
            Watson, Russel.  Tyler Museum of Art:  Dedication, March 21, 1971.  Tyler: 

                        Tyler Museum of Art, 1971.

AUTHORS—See also FICTION SET IN SMITH COUNTY
*          Allen, Roger B.  Common Sense Discipline:  What to Say and Do When Kids

                       
Need Help
.  Ft. Worth:  Sweet Pub., 1986.
*            Alsmeyer, Marie Bennett, comp.  Old Waves Tales:  Navy Women:  Memories of

                       
World War II.
  Conway, AR:  HAMBA Books, 1982.
*            Alsmeyer, Marie Bennett.  Six Years After D-Day:  Cycling Through Europe. 
                       
Denton:  University of North Texas Press, 1995.
*            Alsmeyer, Marie Bennett.  The Way of the Waves:  Women in the Navy.  Conway,
                       
AR:  HAMBA Books, 1981.
*            Ashworth, Mac.  Relax and Listen.  Tyler:  the author, 1994.
*            Ashworth, Mac.  Tall Tales over Short Fences.  Manchester Center, VT:  Golden
                       
Quill Press, 1997.
*+        Atwood, Betty Shamburger.  Roses Reign.  Dallas:  Kaleidograph, 1947.
*          Austin, Murl.  I Remember When…  Tyler:  Horizon Business Forms, 1992.
%         Authors & Poets.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Misc.
*          Barns, Florence Elberta.  Texas Writers of Today.  Dallas:  Tardy, 1935.
+            __________.  Texas Writers of Today.  rpt. ed.  Ann Arbor, MI:  Gryphon Books,
                        1971.
*          Bates, Bill.  Bates.  Indianapolis:  Bobbs-Merrill, 1964.
*          Baxter, Mary Lynn.  Hard Candy.  Ontario, Can.:  Mira, 1998.
*          Berry, Ila.  Come Walk With Me.  Oakland, CA:  Wuerth Letter Shop, 1979.
*          Bolin, Dan.  How to Be Your Daughter’s Daddy:  365 Ways to Show Her You

                        Care
.  Colorado Springs:  Piñon Press, 1993.
*          Boyle, Lois [F.]  Texas Legacy:  Anthology of Texas Poetry.  San Antonio: 
                       
Naylor, 1935.
*          Brettell, James A.  God’s Other Son, Isaac Newton:  The Link Between Science

                       
and Religion
.  San Jose, CA : Writer's Showcase, c2000.
*          Buford, Bob.  Halftime:  Changing Your Game Plan from Success to Significance. 
                       
Grand Rapids, MI:  Zondervon, 1994.
*          Buford, Bob.  Stuck in Halftime:  Reinventing Your One and Only Life.  Grand
                       
Rapids:  Zondervan, 2001.
*          Burton, Milton T.  The Rogues’ Game.  New York:  Thomas Dunne Books/St.
                       
Martin's Press, 2005.
*          Butler, W. Byron.  60 Years Journey.  San Antonio:  Naylor, 1966.
*          Canfield, Mary Wood.  Memories and Menus.  New York:  Vantage Press, 1959.
*          Chapman, Marilee Rabb.  The Shocking Pink Duck (A True Duck Tale of

                       
Happiness
).  Tyler:  Taylor Pub.  Co., 1974.
*          Childress, Valerie, ed.  Tune In and Turn On To Reading:  Successful People Talk

                       
About Reading
.  Overton:  Overton Press, 1990.
*          Childress, Valerie, ed.  Tune In and Turn On To Reading:  More Successful

                       
People Talk About Reading
.  Whitehouse, TX:  Tri-County Leader, 1991.
*          Craig, Marjorie Ries.  Poems About Little Angels:  Book One, “A Precious Child I

                       
Am.”
  New York:  Vantage Press, 1998.
*          Crowell, Grace Noll.  Bright Harvest.  New York:  Harper & Row, 1952.
*          Cunningham, Charlotte Ann.  So You Dream of Becoming a Dancer.  Tyler: 
                       
Printing, Etc., 1982.
*          Davis, Doris.  Live Wires.  New York:  Vantage Press, 1975.
+          Davis, M. E. M. (Mollie Evelyn Moore).  The Elephant’s Track, and Other

                       
Stories
.  Freeport, NY:  Books for Libraries Press, 1969.
*          Davis, M. E. M. (Mollie Evelyn Moore).  Keren-Happuch and I.  New York: 
                       
Picayune Job Press, 1907.
*          Davis, M. E. M.  (Mollie Evelyn Moore).  The Little Chevalier.  Boston: 
                       
Houghton-Mifflin, 1903.
           
Davis, M. E. M. (Mollie Evelyn Moore).  Papers, 1860-1976.  Papers concern
                       
Davis's literary career and her social and family life. Included are
                       
manuscript drafts of books and articles, poems, scrapbooks, newspaper
                       
clippings, correspondence, books and pamphlets, financial and legal
                       
records, business cards, photographs, and broadsides. Of special note are
                       
two Confederate broadsides.  Held by the University of Texas at Austin.
*          Davis, M. E. M. (Mollie Evelyn Moore).  The Prince of Silence.  Boston: 
                       
Houghton-Mifflin, 1907.
           
Davis, M. E. M. (Mollie Evelyn Moore).  Selected Poems.  New Orleans:  The
                       
Green Shutter Book Shop, 1927.
*          Davis, M. E. M. (Mollie Evelyn Moore).  Ships of Desire.  Tokyo:  Hokuseido
                       
Press, 1955.
+          Davis, M. E. M. (Mollie Evelyn Moore).  Under Six Flags:  The Story of Texas. 
                       
Dallas:  Cokesbury Book Store, 1953.
*          Davis, Ula Cover.  Words of Hope, Healing, and Restoration.  Flint, TX : Davis,
                       
c2000.
*          Ellsworth, David.  Shanghai Diary.  Tyler:  SACO Pub., 1983.
*+        Essman, Charlotte.  The Quick Bright Bird.  Dallas:  Kaleidograph, 1948.
*          Farley, Richard D.  Cometh a Grey Host.  Princeton, NJ:  Xlibris  Corp., 2000.
*          Finlayson,  Alex.  Ladies’ Side:  A Play in Three Acts.  Pounding Mill, VA: 
           
            Finlayson, 1983.
*          Finlayson, Alex.  Ladies’ Side:  A Play in Two Acts.  Rev. ed.  Pounding Mill,
           
            VA:  Finlayson, 1983.
           
Fitzgerald, Mary Small.  Aspen Gold.  Dallas:  Kaleidograph Publishers, 1938.
           
Fitzgerald, Mary Small.  Mary Small Fitzgerald Papers, 1927-1979.  Held by
                        Stephen F. Austin State University.
                        http://libweb.sfasu.edu/etrc/collect/manscrpt/personal/FitzgeraldMary/fitmain.htm.
            Fitzgerald, Mary Small.  Vertical File, Texas Woman's University.  Tyler (Tex.)
                       
author and poet.  Published some of her writings under the pseudonym,
                       
Catherine Rhodes Davis.
           
Fitzgerald, Mary Small.  The Way of Beauty.  Dallas:  Kaleidograph Publishers,
           
            1931
*          Fix, Bob.  Right Rudder:  And Other Family Anecdotes.  New York:  Vantage
                        Press, 1977.
*          Forrester, J. L.  Something to Remember You By.  Chapel Hill, NC : Professional
                       
Press, c2001.
*          Franklin, Jimmy L.  And Also My Heart.  Raleigh, NC:  Pentland Press, 1999.
*          Gary, Oris V.  The Ultimate Task.  Victoria, B. C. : Trafford, 2001.
*          Glick, Allen.  Winters Coming, Winters Gone.  Austin:  Eakin Press, 1984.
*          Goff, Stanley.  Brothers:  Black Soldiers in the Nam.  Novato, CA:  Presidio
                        Press, 1982.
*+        Greer, Hilton Ross.  Voices of the Southwest:  A Book of Texan Verse.  New York: 
                       
Macmillan, 1923.  Includes Mary Evelyn Moore Davis.
*          Hardy, John Wylie.  The Serpent’s Fangs.  New York:  Carlton Press, 1996.
*          Harris, John R.  A Body Without Breath:  How Right and Left Have Stifled Moral

                       
Reason Without the Christian Faith
.  Tyler, TX : Arcturus Press, c2002.
*          Harrison, Hubert Moulton.  Always Another Sunrise.  San Antonio:  Naylor, 1947.
*%#+   Haynes, Mary Katherine.  “The Poets of Tyler.”  Chronicles of Smith County,

                       
Texas
18 no. 1 (Summer 1979):  1-7, 52-57.
*+        Hicks, David Larry.  The Texians.  Houston:  Larksdale Press, 1980.
*          Hicks, Larry.  Eagle Attack Team.  New York:  Diamond Books, 1991.
*          Hill, Elizabeth Beard.  Emeralds in the Briers:  A Book of Poems Depicting Life. 
                       
Wolfe City, TX:  Herrington Pub. Co., 1995.
           
Hill, Robert.  Collected Poems of Robert Hill.  Comp. and ed. Elizabeth Hill
                       
Haynes.  Grand Rapids:  William B. Erdman's Publishing Company, 1965.
*          Howells, William Dean.  Shapes that Haunt the Dusk.  New York:  Harper &
                        Bros., 1907.  Includes Mary Evelyn Moore Davis.
*          Howells, William Dean.  Southern Lights and Shadows.  New York:  Harper &
                        Bros., 1907.  Includes Mary Evelyn Moore Davis.
*          Hudson, Candace.  Children of God:  The Second Collection of Inspirational

                       
Poetry
).  Tyler:  Hudson, 1999.
*          Hudson, Candace.  Inspirational Poems from Above.  Tyler:  Hudson, 1998.
*          Huse, Vanessa and Terrie Gonzalez.  30 Great Escapes in East Texas. 
                       
Jacksonville, TX:  Pineywoods Press, 1991.
*          Jarrel, Willis.  Bombs Away:  England to Berlin.  Tyler:  Jarrel, 1992.
*          Jeffers, Florice Stripling.  Walk a Tall Shadow.  Quanah, TX:  Nortex, 1976.
*          Johns, Richard A.  Garden of the Okapi.  Grand Rapids : Zondervan Pub. House,
                       
[1968].
*          Julius, Elsa.  Bread, Cheese and Bicycles:  An  Account of a Bicycle Journey

                       
Across Europe, 1933-34
.  Austin:  Lithoprint Co., 1990.
*          Kellett, Wanda Liles.  Poems:  Forever Yours.  Quanah:  Nortex Press, 1976.
*          Kids Explore America’s African-American Heritage.  Santa Fe:  J. Muir, 1993. 
                       Joloni S. Williams contributed chapter, grandson of Velma Mosley.
+          Lindsey, Therese Kayser.  Blue Norther.  New York:  Harold Vinal, 1925.
*+        Lindsey, Therese Kayser.  The Cardinal Flower.  Dallas:  Kaleidograph Press,
                       
1934.
           
Lindsey, Therese Kayser.  Collected Poems.  San Antonio:  Naylor, 1947.
*+        Lindsey, Therese Kayser.  Tale of the Galveston Storm.  Dallas:  Kaleidograph
                       
Press, 1936.
*          Long, Virginia.  Tyler author who had short stories published in Alfred

                        Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine
vol. 17 #4 (April 1972), 17 #6 (June 1972),
                        17 #7 (July 1972), 18 #1 (January 1973), 18 #9 (September 1973), 18 #10
                        (October 1973).
           
Manuscript Club, Tyler, Texas.  The Half-Blown Rose:  Collected Poems.  Dallas,
                       
TX:  The Kaleidograph Press, 1946.
           
McClendon, Patience.  Under a Tyler Moon.  Washington, DC:  Devon Pub. Co.,
                       
1988.
*          Marcontell, John G.  How the West Was Stolen:  The Trails of Tears.  Tyler, TX :
                       
Enlightening Enterprises, 1999.
*          Meredith, Jane.  Harmony Hall:  A Romantic Historical Novel of the American

                        Revolution
.  Santa Fe, NM:  Rydall Press, 1971.
*+        Montgomery, Rosales.  An Innocent Abroad:  Rome 1939.  Austin:  Nortex Press,
                        1990.
*+            __________.  Lady in Waiting, 1944-1945.  Austin:  Nortex Press, 1995.
*+            __________.  My Odyssey.  Austin:  Nortex Press, 1997.
*+            __________.  The Way it Was.  Austin:  Nortex Press, 1992.
*%#+   Moore, Fred H.  “Notes on the Life of Mollie E. Moore Davis.”  Chronicles of

                       
Smith County, Texas
9 no. 1 (Spring 1970):  45-53.
*            Morton, Lena Beatrice.  Farewell to the Public Schools. . . I’m Glad We Met:  A

                        Handbook for Teachers
.  Boston:  Meador Publishing Co., 1952. 
                       
[African-American]
*          Murff, Red.  The  Scout.  Dallas:  Word Pub., 1996.  [baseball scouts]
*          Payne, Leonida Warren, Jr.  A Survey of Texas Literature.  New York:  Rand
                        McNally, 1928.  Includes Mary Evelyn Moore Davis.
*          Peel, Kathy.  Do Plastic Surgeons Take VISA?  And Other Confessions of a

                        Desperate Woman
.  Dallas:  Word Publishing, 1992.
*          The Poetry Society of Texas.  A Book of The Year Nineteen Twenty-Three.  Vol.
                        II.  Ed. Hilton R. Greer.  Dallas:  Poetry Society of Texas, 1923.
*         
Poetry.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Ramirez, Enrique René.  Encounter of Two Worlds:  The Mexican Experience. 
                       
Dubuque:  Kendall/Hunt Publishing Co., 1992.
*%#+   Richardson, T. I. (Tom).  “Old Days.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 7 no. 1
                       
(Spring 1968):  44-45.  [poem about pioneer life near Tyler]
*          Ries, Karl.  ”Mom, What is Peace?”  Tyler:  By the author, 1997.
*           Robbins, Dorothy B.  Apricot Gold.  Dallas:  Kaleidograph, 1932.
*           Robertson, Lexie Dean.  Acorn on the Roof.  Dallas, TX:  Kaleidograph, 1939.
*           Roxburgh, Carole.  To Know Him is to Know His Names.  [United States] : 1st
                       
Books, 2002.
*           Scarbrough, Dorothy.  In the Land of Cotton.  New York:  Macmillan, 1923.
*           Shamburger, Pearl Zorn.  Pictures on My Heart.  Dallas:  Kaleidograph, 1942.
*           Shull, Eunice Haynes.  Bittersweet and Balsam.  Dallas:  Kaleidograph, 1942.
*+#      Smyrl, Frank H.  Poley Morgan, Son of a Texas Scalawag:  A Historical Novel. 
                       
Tyler, TX:  Book Publishers of Texas, 1982.
*          
Some Friends:  A Literary Magazine.  Tyler Public Library.  See Magazine Section: 
                        RB—Wooden Bookcase.

*           Speller, Leola Nichols.  What—No Sex?  New York:  Calton Press, 1970.
#           "Texas Authors."  Vertical File.  Archives, Tyler Junior College Library, Tyler,
                       
Texas.
*           Thomas, Barbara J.  Barbara’s Blessings:  Words from God to Barbara J.

                       
Thomas
.  Tyler:  B&D Enterprises, 1995.
           
Wade, Rebecca.  An Unlikely Outlaw.  New York:  Avon Books, 1999.  Subject
                       
heading Tyler (Tex.)—Fiction.
*          Wall, Brenda.  The Rodney King Rebellion:  A Psycho-Political Analysis of Racial

                       
Despair and Hope
.  Chicago:  African American Images, 1992.
*          Wilkinson, Clyde Winfield.  “The Broadening Stream:  The Life and Literary
                        Career of Mollie E. Moore Davis.”  Ph.D. dissertation, University of 
                       
Illinois, 1947.  Microfilm.
*          Williams, S. T.  Pearl Harbor and Beyond.  New York:  Carlton Press, 1995.
*          Williams, Sheldrick.  A World of Magnificent Discovery:  . . . A Journey Through

                       
Time
.  Dallas;  Zelma lee Pub. House, 1996.
*#+      Wise, Watson.  Fewer Bears and Less Caviar.  Waco:  Texian Press, 1972.
*#+      Wise, Watson.  Trails of the Four Winds:  A Potpourri of Travel.  Big Sandy: 
                       
Stewart Printing, 1979.
*#+      Wise, Watson.  Tumasik (Sea Town) and the Spicy Islands.  [S.l. : s.n.], 1978.
#+        Woldert, Alma.  Silver Doors.  Dallas:  Kaleidograph Press, 1936.
#+        Woldert, Alma.  Southward Call.  Dallas:  Wilkinson Publishing Company, 1953.
*          Wozencraft, Kim.  The Catch.  New York:  Doubleday, 1998.
*#        Wozencraft, Kim.  Notes from the Country Club.  Boston:  Houghton Mifflin,
                       
1993.
*          Wozencraft, Kim.  Rush:  A Novel.  New York:  Random House, 1990.
*         
Wozencraft, Kimberly.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folders under
                        Authors.

*          Wozencraft, Kim.  Wanted.  New York:  St. Martin’s Press, 2004.
*          Wright, Alfred E.  All The Way Home.  [Bloomington, IN : 1st Books, c1999.]
*          Wylie, Elinor.  Black Armour:  A Book of Poetry.  New York:  Doran, 1923.