Bibliography of Smith County, Texas, F-N  

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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Fairs
Federal Courts
Fiction Set in Smith County
Fire Departments
Food and Cookbooks
Funeral Home Records
Genealogy
History:  1500-1839
History:  1840-1859
History:  1872-1899
History:  1900-1928
History—1946-Present
History--General

Indians—General
Indians—Caddo
Indians—Cherokee
Industry
Interviews
Korean War
Labor
Lakes and Dams
Law and Order
Libraries
Maps
Marriages
Medicine
Military—General
Movies
Music
Natural Resources
Newspapers
Newspapers—About
Newspapers—Indexes

FAIRS
*          Betts, Vicki.  "Horticultural Fair Awards, Tyler, 1887."  East Texas Family
                        Records
27 no. 2 (Summer 2003):  30.
+          Collins, Sara.  “It’s Fair Weather, Friend!”  Tyler Life 1 no. 9 (September 1984): 
                        36-37.
           
East Texas District Fair Association.  Premium List and Rules and Regulations of
                       
the First Annual Exposition of the East Texas District Fair Association:  
                       
to be held at Tyler, Texas, October 15th to 19th, inclusive, 1878.  Tyler,
                       
Tex. : Tyler Democrat and Reporter Print., 1878.  Held by Yale University
                       
Library.
%         East Texas Fair.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Miscellaneous.  See also Boxes.
*         
East Texas Fair.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
           
East Texas Fair Association.  "Premium List, Rules and Regulations:  East Texas
                       
Fair, Tyler, Texas, (inclusive) October Two-October Ten, 1915."  [Tyler,
                       
TX:  East Texas Fair Association, 1915].  Held at the University of Texas
                       
at Austin.
*%#+   Gilbert, Loy J.  “Tyler’s First Fair.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 15 no. 1
                       
(Summer 1976):  53-59.
           
Haddox, Charlie.  “East Texas Fair a ‘Blue Ribbon’ Event.”  Tyler Magazine (Fall/
                        Winter 1983):  16-19.  [includes history]
*%#+    [Photograph of Winona booth, 1911 East Texas Fair].  Chronicles of Smith

                       
County, Texas
29 no. 2 (Winter 1990):  back cover.
*%#+   “Picture from our Past.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 24 no. 1 (Summer
                       
1985):  8.  [decorated car for 1917 East Texas Fair]
*%#+    “Pictures from our Past.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 28 no. 1 (Summer
                       
1989):  34.  [photo of R. E. Bryan Bookdealer’s float, 1914 East Texas
                       
Fair]
*%#+   “A Picture from our Past.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 33 no. 1 (Summer
                       
1994):  40.  [Herefords in Trojan Ball Park for East Texas Fair, 1939]
*%#+   “Picture from Our Past.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 35 no. 1 (Summer
                        1996):  back cover.  [Gary School float in East Texas Fair, 1914]
*%#+   [Poster, East Texas Fair Week, 1929].  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 29 no.
                       
1 (Summer 1990):  back cover.
           
Troup Colored Community Fair (Troup, Tex.)  Announcement, Program and

                        Premium List, Colored Community Fair:  School Campus, October 26, 27,
                        28, and 29, 1938, Troup, Texas.
  Troup, TX:  The Fair, 1938.  Held by
                        University of Texas at Austin.  

FEDERAL COURTS.  See also LAW AND ORDER 
            Federal Court Records.  No records survive from prior to the 1879 fire.  Later
                       
records have been moved to the National Archives Southwest Region, 501
                       
West Felix Street, Building 1, Fort Worth, Texas 76115-3405.  Only
                       
current records are kept at the Tyler Federal Building.
           
Work Projects Administration.  Division of  Community Service Programs. 

                        Texas Historical Records Survey.  Inventory of Federal Archives in the

                        States
.  Series II (The Federal Courts).  No. 42, Texas.  4 pts.  San
                        Antonio:  Texas Historical Records Survey, 1939.  

FICTION SET IN SMITH COUNTY
           
Baxter, Mary Lynn.  Pulse Points.  Don Mills, Ont.:  Mira, 2003. (adult)
           
Boggs, Johnny D.  Camp Ford.  Waterville, ME:  Five Star, 2005.  (adult)
           
Foster, Sharon Ewell.  Riding Through Shadows.  Sisters, OR:  Multnomah, 2001.
                       
(children's)
           
Rolofson, Kristine.  A Touch of Texas.  New York:  Harlequin Books, 1996. 
                       
From the Return to Tyler series.  

FIRE DEPARTMENTS
*%#+   Burton, Morris S.  ‘”Fight Against Storm and Flame’:  A History of Tyler’s Early
                       
Fire Fighters.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 9 no. 2 (Fall 1970):  1-
                       
10.
*         
City of Tyler—Fire Dept.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
           
City of Tyler.  Fire Dept.  Tyler Fire Department Commemorative Album, 1882-

                       
2003
.  [Tyler? TX:  Tyler Fire Dept., 200?].
*%#+   Crim, David.  “Tyler Torches.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 37 no. 2
                        (Winter 1998):  1-7.”

           
"Cry of Fire."  MS, typescript.  "Fire Department."  Vertical  File.  Archives,

                        SCHS.

%         Fire Departments, County.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Public Services.
%         Fire Departments, Tyler.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Public Services.
%          Fire Station (Old).  Vertical File.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Buildings.
*         
Firefighting—Historical Information.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*%#+   “A Picture from Our Past.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 20 no. 2 (Winter
                       
1981):  12.  [photo of Tyler Volunteer Fire Department football team,
                       
about 1900]  See errata 21 no. 1 (Summer 1982):  33 with correct photo.  

FOOD AND COOKBOOKS
*          Albertson, Dorothy E.  Albertson Sisters’ Favorite Recipes.  Tyler:  Albertson,
                       
1971.
           
Bonner, Mary Davenport, comp.  The Club Woman's Cook Book.  Tyler, TX:  M.
                       
D. Bonner, 1928.  Held by Southern Methodist University.

           
Delicious Degrees
:  Menu Cookbook.  Tyler, TX:  AAUW Tyler, Texas Branch,
                       
1984.
*          Dewberry-Laprad Descendants.  Family Fare.  Savannah, TN:  Keepsake
                       
Cookbooks, 1988.
*          Dunn, Elizabeth.  Southern Seasons:  An Authentic Guide to Traditional East

                       
Texas Cooking
.  Tyler:  Parallel Universe Press, 1986.
           
Junior League of Tyler.  And Roses for the Table:  A Garden of Recipes.  Tyler,
                        TX:  The League, 1997.

            Junior League of Tyler.  Cooking Through Rose-Colored Glasses.  Tyler, TX:
                       
Junior League of Tyler, Inc., 1975.

           
League of Women Voters of Tyler.  Voters' Choices:  American Mexican

                       
Cookbook
.  [Tyler, Tex.:  The League, 198-?].  Held by Texas Woman's
                       
University.
*%#+   Marvin Methodist Church.  “Cook Book:  Receipts Tried and True by the Good
                       
House-wives of Tyler, Texas.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 20 no.
                       
1 (Summer 1981):  13-35.
*          McGilvray, Anita, et al.  Fannin Cooks.  Tyler:  Camp Fannin Auxiliary, 199?.
*          Proud of East Texas Cookbook.  Sponsored by the Volunteer Center of East
                       
Texas.  Lenexa, KS:  Cookbook Publishers, 1998.
*          Proud of East Texas Dessert Cookbook.  Lenexa, KS:  Cookbook Publishers,
                        1999.
*          Smith, Firman, et al, comp.  Cook Book:  Dedicated to Members of Tyler

                       
Woman’s Forum
.  Tyler:  Smith, 1940.
*          White, Joyce.  Soul Food:  Recipes and Reflections from African-American

                       
Churches
.  New York:  HarperCollins, 1998.  Some recipes by Velma
                       
Mosley.  

FUNERAL HOME RECORDS
*          "Funeral Records of Lloyd James Funeral Home."  East Texas Family Records
                       
23 no. 1 (Spring 1999):  31-40; 23 no. 2 (Summer 1999):  41-52; 23 no.
                        3 (Fall 1999):  39-48.  [1929-    ]
           
Thedford, Wilma M.  Lloyd James Funeral Home Records, 1929-1950, Tyler,

                        Smith County, Texas
.  [Texas]:  East Texas Genealogical Society, 2001.

GENEALOGY.  See also BIOGRAPHY and CENSUS.
*          Hallowell, Flo.  "Smith County--Direct Descent Registrations to an 1836 Texas
                        Ancestor."  East Texas Family Records 10 no. 2 (Summer 1986):
                        44-46.
*          Hallowell, Flo.  "Smith County--Direct Descent Registrations to an 1836 Texas
                        Ancestor."  East Texas Family Records 10 no. 3 (Fall 1986):  25-28.
*          Hallowell, Flo.  "Smith County--Direct Descent Registrations to an 1836 Texas
                        Ancestor."  East Texas Family Records 10 no. 4 (Winter 1986):  23-25.
*          Hallowell, Flo.  "Smith County--Continuation of Direct Descent Registrations to an
                        1836 Texas Ancestor."  East Texas Family Records 11 no. 1 (Spring
                        1987):  25-28.
          
Heaner, Dorothy Bearden.  Smith County, Texas, Genealogical Potpourri. 
                       
[Bronte, TX?:  D. B. Heaner, 1982.
           
Smith County, Texas, TxGenweb Project.  http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/. 
                       
Accessed 22 March 2006.  

HISTORY:  1500-1839.  See also INDIANS--GENERAL.  See next HISTORY:  1840-1859.
*          Castaneda, Carlos E.  Our Catholic Heritage in Texas, 1519-1963.  7 vols.  [Vol.
                        7, 1836-1936, never published.]  Austin:  von Boeckmann-Jones, 1936-
                       
1950.
+          __________.  reprint ed.  New York:  Arno Press, 1976.
*+        Morfi, Fray Juan Agustín.  History of Texas, 1673-1779.  Tr. by Carlos Eduardo
                        Castaneda.  2 vols.  Albuquerque:  Quivera Society, 1935.
+          __________.  reprint ed.  New York:  Arno Press, 1967.

            Texas, Secretary of State Archives.  1839 Petition to Congress of Republic of

                        Texas to create new county.  (Memorial No. 8, MS.  October, 1839, File
                        Box No. 69, Letter N.)  

HISTORY:  1840-1859.  See prior HISTORY:  1500-1839.  See next CIVIL WAR—SECESSION
*%#+   Burton, Morris S.  “Smith County’s First Survey.”  Chronicles of Smith County,

           
            Texas
8 no. 2 (Fall 1969):  68-69.
*%#+   Clinton, William B.  “A Letter to Robert Littlepage, Sumter County, Alabama,
                       
from Wm. B. Clinton, Smith County, Texas, April 10, 1850.”  Chronicles

           
            of Smith County, Texas
33 no. 2 (Winter 1994):  16.
*          "Description of Smith County and Some of Its Towns."  East Texas Family Records
                        5 no. 4 (Winter 1981):  45.  [From Texas Almanac, 1859]
*%#+   Ellison, Zachariah.  “Dr. Ellison’s Letter from Tyler, April 5, 1857.”  Chronicles

           
            of Smith County, Texas
7 no. 1 (Spring 1968):  42-44.
*%#+   “Frank.”  “A Letter from Tyler, April 20, 1850, from ‘Frank’.”  Chronicles of

           
            Smith County, Texas
33 no. 2 (Winter 1994):  16-17.
*%#+   Goodman, Samuel A., Sr.  “A Cast of Society Equal to Any.”  Footnoted by
                       
Howard O. Pollan.  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 17 no. 1 (Summer
           
            1978):  19-24.
*%#+   Goodman, William Jefferies.  “A Trip to Tyler, 1856.”  Chronicles of Smith

           
            County, Texas
5 no. 1 (Spring 1966):  25-29.
*          Henderson, Adele.  “Smith County, Texas:  Its Background and History in Ante-
                       
bellum Days.”  M.A. thesis, University of Texas, 1926. Carbon TS.
*          __________.  Photocopy of carbon typescript.
%         __________.  Manuscript.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.

*          Herring, Nellie Amanda.  "Pioneer Days in Tyler."  Texas History Teachers'

                        Bulletin
, 12, No. 1 (1924), pp. 24-28.
*+        Lathrop, Barnes F.  Migration Into East Texas, 1836-1869:  A Study from the

                        United States Census
.  Austin:  Texas State Historical Association, 1949.
*%#+   Leath, Andrew L.  “Antebellum Tyler:  The Beginnings, 1846-1850.”  Chronicles

                        of Smith County, Texas
36 no. 2 (Winter 1997):  1-16.
*%#+   Leath, Andrew L., abst.  “Tyler Businesses and Citizens in 1851.”  Chronicles of

                        Smith County, Texas
28 no. 2 (Winter 1989):  38-40.
*%#+   Nunn, Alexander.  “East Alabama Gone West.”  Chronicles of Smith County,

                       
Texas
12 no. 1 (Summer 1973):  12-13.”
*%#+   Peters, Bob.  “The Hero of San Jacinto Is Communing With the People:  Sam

                       
Houston Speaks in Tyler, Monday, June 8, ;1857.”  Chronicles of Smith

                       
County, Texas
12 no. 1 (Summer 1973):  14-16.
*#+       Peters, Robert K.  "From Wilderness to War."  In Glover and Cross, eds.  Tyler

           
            and Smith County
, 11-32.
*           Ray, Edwin.  Historical Sketch of the City of Tyler, and Smith County [1826-
                       
1853], TS.  N.d.
*%#+   Smith, Frank Dixie.  “How Early Texans Acquired Their Land, With Emphasis on

                       
East Texas and Smith County.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 5 no. 1
                       
(Spring 1966):  1-16.

           
Smith, Edward.  Account of a Journey Through Northeastern Texas.  London: 

                        n.p., 1849.
*#+      __________.  “Account of a Journey Through Northeastern Texas.”  East Texas

                        Historical Journal
, 7 (March, 1969), 28-49; 7 (October 1969), 78-109; 8
                      
(March 1970), 29-91.
*%#+   Smith, Samuel Gallatin.  “’Tyler:  The Most Thrifty Place I Ever Saw:  A Letter

                       
from Samuel Gallatin Smith, Promising Young Tyler Lawyer, to his
                       
Father in Arkansas, September 21, 1858.”  Chronicles of Smith County,

           
“Some People Living in Smith County, Texas, in 1850 & Before, and Their
                       
Researchers.”  http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/pioneers/1850res.htm
                       
Accessed 23 March 2006.

*#+      Sterne, Adolphus.  Hurrah for Texas!:  The Diary of Adolphus Sterne, 1838-1851. 
                       
Edited by Archie P. McDonald.  Waco:  Texian Press, 1969.
*%#+   Wade, Mrs. John H. (Amzina) Wade.  “Recollections of a Child’s Life on a
                       
Pioneer Plantation.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 19 no. 2 (Winter

                        1980):  45-62.  [Actually Mt. Selman, Cherokee County] Texas 7 no. 2 (Fall 1968):  8-14.

*%#+    Wilkinson, L. W.  “Pioneering Experiences Around Tyler:  A Recounting of
                       
Boyhood Days in East Texas.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 9 no. 2

                        (Fall 1970):  16-18.

HISTORY:  1872-1899.  See prior RECONSTRUCTION.  See later HISTORY:  1900-1928.
*%#+   Barr, Alwyn.  “’The Tyler Gang’:  Tyler Politicians in Late Nineteenth Century
           
            Texas Politics.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 7 no. 1 (Spring 1968): 
           
            1-7.
*          Betts, Vicki.  "Smith County--Texas Christian Advocate--1891."  East Texas
                        Family Records
27 no. 3 (Fall 2003):  35-37.
*          Betts, Vicki.  "Texas Christian Advocate, April 8, 1897, p. 3, c. 3-4."  East
                        Texas Family Records
27 no. 4 (Winter 2003):  32.
*          Fitzgerald, Scott.  "Wills Point Chronicle, 1894."  East Texas Family Records
                       
27 no. 4 (Winter 2003)  32.  [Smith County content]
*%#+   Garnett, Sophronia J.  “The Cars Are Passing Here 4 or 5 Times a Day, & Other
                       
News from Sophronia [1873].”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 31 no.
           
            2 (Winter 1992):  22.
           
Leath, Andrew L.  “Effects of the Arrival of the Railroads on Market Centers in
                        Smith County, Texas, 1870-1900.”  M.A. thesis, Stephen F. Austin State
                        University, 1991.
*%#+   Leath, Andy and Arthur Reagan.  “1876:  Month by Month.”  Chronicles of Smith

                       
County, Texas
15 no. 1 (Summer 1976):  41-52.
*          Pollan, Howard O.  "Old White Ledger."  East Texas Family Records 3 no. 4
                        (Winter 1979):  10-14.  [October 1890, May 1891]
*%#+   Porter, Charles L.  “Mississippi to Texas, 1881:  A Reminiscence.”  Chronicles of

                       
Smith County, Texas
24 no. 2 (Winter 1985):  44-45.
           
Reagan, John H.  The Substance of Parts of a Speech Delivered at Tyler, Texas,

                       
September 16th, 1882.
  Palestine, TX:  R. H. Small, printer, 1882.  Held by
                       
the University of Texas at Austin.

            Roberts, Oran M.  Description of Texas, Its Advantages and Resources, with Some

                        Accounts of Their Development, Past, Present, and Future
.  St. Louis: 
                        Gilbert, 1881.
*          __________.  Microfiche.
*          Roberts, Oran M.  Our Federal Relation, from a Southern View of Them.  Austin:  
                       
Von Boeckmann, 1892.
           
Texas State Grange.  Constitution of the Texas State Grange:  Revised and

                       
Amended at Tyler, January, 1877, and Rules for the Government of
                       
Subordinate Granges in Trials
.  Waco:  Examiner and Patron Steam Print,
                        1877.  

HISTORY:  1900-1928.  See also WORLD WAR I.  See earlier HISTORY:  1872-1899.  See later DEPRESSION (1929-1940).
*%#+   Baker, Dovie.  “Our Southern Trip:  A Trip to Texas, 1919.”  Edited by Virginia
           
            Pinkerton Buchanan.  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 27 no. 1 (1988): 
           
            41-44.
*%#+    Fitzgerald, Lois.  “The Fitzgerald Diary.”  Transcribed by Gretchen F. Leath. 

                        Chronicles of Smith County, Texas
41 (2002):  8-33.  [1913-1914]
*           Fitzgerald, Scott.  "Smith County--Tyler Daily Courier-Times 1916."  East Texas
                        Family Records
27 no. 3 (Fall 2003):  30-34.
*          Fitzgerald, Scott.  "Smith County--Tyler Daily Courier-Times 1916."  East Texas
                        Family Records
27 no. 4 (Winter 2003):  34-37.
*           Fitzgerald, Scott, abst.  "Tyler Daily Courier-Times--January 1, 1916."  East Texas
                        Family Records
27 no. 1 (Spring 2003):  29-32.
%          Herndon, Charles.  Smith County, Texas:  Land of Diversified Farms and the

           
            Heart of the Great Fruit and Truck Belt.
  Tyler:  The Commercial Club,
           
            1908. 
*%#+    ________.  Reprinted in Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 9 no. 2 (Fall 1970): 
                       
29-46.
*%#+   Kennerly, Beverly Bryant.  “The Courtship of Mary Hellen:  The Bryant-Gary
                        Letters.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas  40 no. 1 (Summer 2001):  1-
                       
5.  [1915]
*%#+    Kennerly, Beverly Bryant.  “The Courtship of Mary Hellen:  The Bryant-Gary
                        Letters, Part II.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas  40 no. 2 (Winter
                        2001):  31-43.  [1915-1916]
*%#+   Kennerly, Beverly Bryant.  “The Courtship of Mary Hellen:  The Bryant-Gary
                        Letters, Part III.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas  41 (2002):  36-47. 
                       
[1916]
+          Large, William Norman.  “The Hub of East Texas:  A History of Tyler, Texas,
                        1918-1940.”  M.A. thesis, University of Texas at Tyler, 1992.

            “Smith County.”  The Southland, Vol. 11, No. 10 [1902].

*#%+   ________.  Reprinted in Chronicles of Smith County, Texas, 8 no. 2 (Fall 1969): 
                       
13-44.]  
*          "Smith County--Tyler Daily Courier-Times 1916."  East Texas Family Records
 
                        27 no. 2 (Summer 2003):  31-34.
*          "Tyler Daily Courier Times, Friday, August 26, 1921."  East Texas Family Records
                        27 no. 3 (Fall 2003):  34.

HISTORY:  1946-PRESENT.  See prior WORLD WAR II.  See also KOREAN WAR, VIETNAM WAR.
*#+      Carder, Barbara.  "The Contemporary Scene." in Glover and Cross, eds.  Tyler

           
            and Smith County
, 219-243.
*%#+    “Century of Our Lives [1950’s-1990’s].”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas  39
                        no. 1 (Winter 2000):  1-66.  [Reprint of Tyler Morning Telegraph
                        Century Edition]
*%#+    “Pictures From Our Past.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 38 no. 1 (Summer
                        1999):  39.  [county clerk’s office, tax assessor’s office, 1957]  
*         
Smith County Sesquicentennial.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folder under
                        Tyler/Smith Sesquicentennial.
*          Texas Sesquicentennial.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*         
Year in Review—1996.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Year in Review—1997.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Year in Review—1998.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Year in Review—1999.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Year in Review—2000.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Year in Review—2001.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Year in Review—2002.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Year in Review—2003.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Year in Review—2004.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.

HISTORY:  GENERAL
*          Barrow, John.  Facts Relating to North East Texas.  London: Simpkin, Marshall,
                        1849.  Microfiche.
*%#+   Betts, Vicki.  “Newspaper Notes, A Continuation:  Gleaning Smith County
                       
Happenings from Area Newspapers:  Human Interest.”  Chronicles of

                       
Smith County, Texas
29 no. 2 (Winter 1990):  11-16.  [1860-1875]
*%#+   Betts, Vicki.  “Newspaper Notes, A Continuation:  Gleaning Smith County
                       
Happenings from Area Newspapers:  Miscellaneous.”  Chronicles of Smith

                        County, Texas
35 no. 2 (Winter 1996):  18-24.  [1860-1875]
*          Braman, D. F. E.  Braman’s Information About Texas.  Philadelphia:  Lippincott,
                        1857.  Microfiche.
+           __________.  ultrafiche copy.  LAC 16691.
*%#+   “Century of Our Lives [1900’s-1940’s].”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas  39
                        no. 1 (Summer 2000):  1-66.  [Reprint of Tyler Morning Telegraph
                        Century Edition]
*         
Demographics.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Disasters & Emergencies (Affecting Smith County).  Vertical files.  Tyler Public
                        Library

            Efnor, Kate.  “Historical Sketch of Smith County, Texas.”  American Sketch

                        Book
, Vol. 5.  Ed. Bella French Swisher.  Austin:  Sketch Book, 1879.
*%#+    ________.  Partially reproduced in Chronicles of Smith County, Texas, 4 no.
                        1 (Spring 1965):  18-26.]
*         
Ghost Stories.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*%#+   Gilbert, Alice and Loy Gilbert.  “Historical Markers in Smith County.” 
                       
Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 14 no. 1 (Summer 1975):  65-74.
*#+      Glover, Robert W., ed.  Tyler & Smith County, Texas:  An Historical Survey. 
                       
Tyler:  American Bicentennial Committee of Tyler-Smith County, 1976.
*%       Green, L. M.  History of Smith County.  [Tyler:  Tyler Courier-Times, 1917.]
                        Photocopy.
*          __________.  History of Smith County, TS.  [ca. 1917.]
*#        Hayes, Robert M.  It Really Happened in East Texas.  Fort Worth:  Branch-Smith,
                        1971.
*         
Historic Landmarks.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*         
Historic Sites.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*         
Historical Markers.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
           
“Historical Markers Index.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/histmark/indexhm.html.  Accessed 9
                       
March 2006.
*+        Johnson, Frank W.  A History of Texas and Texans.  Ed. Eugene C. Barker.  5
                        vols.  Chicago:  American Historical Society, 1914.  “Smith County.” 
                        ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/smith/bios/histtx/smithcty.txt
                       
Accessed 10 March 2006.
*%#+    Johnson, Sidney Smith.  “An Old Paper.”  Transcribed by Zelda Dozier Boucher. 

                        Chronicles of Smith County, Texas
40 no. 2 (Winter 2001):  44-50.
                        [Comments on a January 1861 Tyler newspaper and the people mentioned in
                        it, both before and after the Civil War]
*%#+   Leath, Andrew L.  “The Poor Farm.”  Researched by James Wilkins.  Chronicles

                        of Smith County, Texas
35 no. 2 (Winter 1996):  1-10, back cover.
*         
Monuments.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*+        Richardson, Thomas Clarence.  East Texas, Its History and Its Makers.  Ed.
                        Dabney White.  4 vols.  New York:  Lewis, 1940.   "Smith County
,” volume
                        2, pp. 1241-1250; photo of pecan grove in Smith County p. 1246; “General
                        James Smith” pp. 1248-1250; aerial photo of Smith County court house plaza,
                        v.2, p. 563; Oran M. Roberts, v. 2, p. 562-563; The Tyler Bar, v. 2, p.
                        565-566; James Stephen Hogg, v. 2, p. 573-574; Horace Chilton, v. 2, p.
                        581-582; William Smith Herndon, v. 2, p. 582; photos of old post office,
                        First Baptist Church, and First Christian Church, Tyler, v.2, p. 721.  See also
                        Biography.
            Roberts Oran M.  “The Political, Legislative and Judicial History of Texas for Its

                        Fifty Years of Statehood, 1845-1895.”  A Comprehensive History of

                        Texas, 1685-1897
.  Vol. 2, 7-325.
*          __________.  Microfiche.
+          __________.  Austin:  Texas State Historical Commission in cooperation with the
           
            Center for Studies in Texas History, the University of Texas at Austin,
           
            1986.
%          Sesquicentennial, Tyler.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Places.
*%#+    Smallwood, James.  The History of Smith County, Texas.  Austin:  Eakin Press,
                        1999. 2 vol.
+          Smallwood, James.  “The History of Smith County, Texas:  Born in Dixie.”  Tyler
                        Today
(Winter 1999):  68-69.  [1880s-1890s]
%          Scrapbooks [newspaper clippings collections].  Archives, SCHS.
           
“Smith County” [Historical Markers]. 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/histmark/smithco.html.  Accessed 9
                       
March 2006.
%         Smith County History.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Places.
*         
Smith County—History.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Smith County History, Manuscript by L. M. Green, 1917.  Vertical files.  Tyler
                        Public Library.  See Smith County History folder.

*          Smith County Rural Directory, 1955.  Tyler, TX:  East Texas Rural Directory
                       
Service, 1955.
*         
Smith County Sesquicentennial.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folder
                        under Tyler/Smith Sesquicentennial.

%         Smith County Statistics.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society
                        Archives.  See folder under Miscellaneous.
*         
Smith County, Texas.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Smith, Margaret.  "History of Tyler and Smith County."  In the Alcalde 6 (1915): 
                       
133-138.
*%#+    __________.  Reprinted in Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 27 (1988):  64-
                       
69.  ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/smith/history/school/ths/smthh15.txt smthh15.txt
                       
Accessed 9 March 2006.

            Stieghan, David Scott.  “A Brief History of Tyler and Smith County, Texas.” 

                        Center for East Texas Studies, Stephen F. Austin State University. 
                        http://www.cets.sfasu.edu/SmithCo.html.  Accessed 21 February 2006.
*          Strang, Max.  Strawberry Years:  Recollections of a Runaway.  Cornelia, 
           
            Georgia:  Ellanem, 1973.
           
Swanson, F. G.  Pertinent and/or Impertinent Comments on Governments.  Gregg

           
            and Smith Counties and Texas Data
.  Tyler:  n.p., 1945.
           
Swisher, Bella French, ed.  History of Smith County:  American Sketch Book

                       
Extra
.  Austin:  Sketch Book Publishing House, 1879.
*+        Texas Almanac.  Tyler Public Library has 1857-1874 on microfilm, 1936,
                       
1963-    .University of Texas at Tyler has 1941-1948, 1952-1959, 1961-
                       
1962, 1964-1971, 1974-
            Texas Historical Commission.  Texas Historic Sites Atlas.  Enter Atlas at:
                        http://atlas.thc.state.tx.us/.  Select Smith County, Historical Markers.  Includes
                        80 historical markers in Smith County, with location, marker wording, and
                        sometimes map.  Includes: 
Antioch Baptist Church, Frank Bell House,
                        Belzora Landing, Bethesda Presbyterian Historical Church and Cemetery, Col.
                        Thomas R. Bonner, Camp Fannin, Camp Ford, Camp of the Army of the
                        Republic of Texas, Cedar Street United Methodist Church, Christ Episcopal
                        Church, Confederate Arms Factory, Connally House, Damascus Baptist Church,
                        Major John Dean House, Judge Stockton Donley, Major James P. Douglas,
                        Duck Creek Soil Erosion Project, El Bethel Missionary Baptist Church, First
                        Baptist Church of Tyler, First Baptist Church of Whitehouse, First Baptist Church
                        of Winona, First Christian Church of Tyler, First County Agricultural Extension
                        Agent, First Presbyterian Church, U.S., of Troup, Flewellen-Thweatt Cemetery,
                        Flora, Gary Elementary School, Goodman-LeGrand House, Erasmus M. Hanna
                        House, Hawthorne Cemetery, Headache Springs CSA Medical Laboratory,
                        James Calhoun Hill, Hopewell Baptist Church, Hubbard Family Cemetery,
                        Richard Bennett Hubbard, Kay House, Loftin-Wiggins House, Elisha Everett Lott,
                        Col. Bryan Marsh, Marvin Methodist Church, Milburn-Gray House, Henry Miller
                        Morgan, Murphey the Jeweler, Neches Saline CSA, New Harmony Baptist Church,
                        Oakdale, Oakwood Cemetery, Omen (Canton) Community, John Franklin Overton,
                        Patterson Home, George R. Phillips House, Pine Springs Baptist Church, Pleasant
                        Retreat United Methodist Church, Ramey House, Sabine Methodist Church, Sartain
                        Homestead, Scouts of Texas Army, Smith County, Smith County as a 19th Century
                        Legal Center, Smith County Jail 1881, Smith County Rose Industry and the Tyler
                        Rose Garden, Smith County CSA, Starrville Community, Troup City Cemetery,
                        Tyler Confederate Ordnance Plant, Tyler Junior College, Tyler Tap Railroad, City of
                        Tyler, Union Chapel Cemetery and Church, Vial-Fragoso Trail, Whitaker-
                        McClendon House, Woman’s Building, Nicholas Wren, Yarbrough Building,
#          Through the Eyes of Alice [videorecording].  Tyler, TX:  Tyler Junior College,
                       
[19--].  A story written by Kathy Schlottoch and produced with the
                       
assistance of the East Texas Council of Government.
*%#+   Tidwell, Linda Brett, comp.  “Historical Markers in Smith County (Erected Since
                       
1975).”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 29 no. 2 (Winter 1990):  17-
                       
28.
*          Ward, William R.  “A History of Smith County, Texas.”  M.S. thesis, North
           
            Texas State Teachers College, 1944.
*           __________.  Photocopy.
*+        Whisenhunt, Donald W.  A Chronological History of Smith County, Texas. 
                       
Edited by Vicki Betts.  Tyler:  Jack T. Greer Memorial Fund of the Smith
                        County Historical Society, 1983.
*#+    Woldert, Albert.  A History of Tyler and Smith County, Texas.  San Antonio: 
                       
Naylor, 1948.
*+        __________.  “History of Tyler and Smith County.”  Historical Encyclopedia of

                        Texas
, I, 74-75.
           
Woldert Family Papers, 1838-1934.  Held by Stephen F. Austin State University.
                       
http://libweb.sfasu.edu/etrc/COLLECT/MANSCRPT/PERSONAL/
                       
Woldert/Wolmain.htm.
*         
Woldert Papers.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Woldert, William Albert.  The Woldert Papers, TS.  3 vols.  1932.  Photocopy.
*%        Woldert, William A.  Papers [including typescript copy of an unpublished
                       
manuscript on Smith County history].  Smith County Historical Society
                       
Archives.  Manuscript also at Tyler Public Library.
           
Woods, Gilmer T.  Etaoin Shrdlu (Eta-ó-in shir-del-ú):  A Nostalgic Journey

                        Down Memory Lane
.  [Austin, TX]:  G. Woods, 1993.  Held by Texas
                        State Library.

            Wooten, Dudley G., ed.  A Comprehensive History of Texas, 1685-1897.  2 vols. 

                        Dallas:  Scarff, 1898.
*          __________.  Microfiche.
+          __________.  [Austin] : Published by the Texas State Historical Association in
                        cooperation with the Center for Studies in Texas History, the University of
                        Texas at Austin, c1986.
*          Yoakum, H[enderson].  History of Texas From Its First Settlement in 1685 to Its

                        Annexation to the United States in 1846
.  2 vols.  New York:  Redfield,
                        1856.
+          __________.  ultrafiche copy.  LAC 22369-22370.  

INDIANS—GENERAL
%          Indians in Smith County.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society.  See
                        folder under Miscellaneous.
*%#+   Wills, Elsie.  “Indian Trails & Tales of the Smith County Area.”  Chronicles of

                       
Smith County, Texas
5 no. 2 (Fall 1966):  25-29.  

INDIANS--CADDO.  See also ARCHEOLOGY.
#+        Berlandier, Jean-Louis.  The Indians of Texas in 1830.  Trans. Patricia R. Leclerq. 
                       
Washington, DC:  Smithsonian Institution Press, 1969.
*         
Caddo Indians.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See Vertical files/General
                        Genealogy under Indians—Caddo.

           
Davis, E. M.  "The Caddoan Area."  Bulletin of the Archeological Society 31
                      
(1960):  77-143.
*          Glover, William Bonny.  “History of the Caddo Indians.”  M.A. thesis, University
                     
of Texas, 1932.

           
Griffith, William J.  The Hasinai Indians of East Texas as Seen by Europeans,

                       
1687-1772
.  New Orleans:  Middle America Research Institute, 1954.
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "ANADARKO INDIANS,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/AA/bma24.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).

            Handbook of Texas Online
, s.v. "CADDO INDIANS,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/CC/bmcaj.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).
           
Harby, Mrs. Lee C.  "The Tejas:  Their Habits, Government, and Superstitions." 
                       
Annual Report of the American Historical Association, 63-82. 
                       
Washington, DC:  Government Printing Office, 1895.
N          Newkumet, Vynola Beaver.  Hasinai:  A Traditional History of the Caddo

                       
Confederacy
.  College Station:  Texas A&M University Press, 1988.
*%#+    Smallwood, James M.  “Forgotten Heritage:  Smith County’s Caddoan Past.” 
                       
Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 33 no. 2 (Winter 1994):  26-40.
*N        Swanton, John Reed.  Source Material on the History and Ethnology of the Caddo

                       
Indians
.  Washington, DC:  Government Printing Office, 1942.
*%#+    Wallace, L. A., Jr.  “Indian Artifacts of Smith County.”  Chronicles of Smith

                       
County, Texas
5 no. 1 (Spring 1966):  22-24.
           
Wills, Elsie.  "Early Indian Trail Crossings."  Tyler Courier-Times, July 12, 1964.
           
Wilmsen, Edwin N.  "A Suggested Developmental Sequence for House Forms in
                       
the Caddoan Area."  Bulletin of the Texas Archaeological Society 30
                       
(1959):  35-50.
           
Yeaman, Jack.  "Religious Beliefs of the Tejas or Hasinai Indians."  Publications

                       
of the Texas Folklore  Society
1 (1916):  39-43.  

INDIANS--CHEROKEE
+          Bracken, Ashley.  “The Mystery of Chief Bowles’ Sword.”  Tyler Today (Spring
                        2003):  36-40.
*%#+   Burton, Morris.  “The Cherokee War, 1839.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas
           
            5 no. 2 (Fall 1966):  30-41, back cover.
*         
Cherokee Indians—(Chief Bowles).  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See vertical
                        files/General Genealogy and Indians—Cherokee.
%         Cherokee Indians.  Manuscript.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
*#+      Clarke, Mary Whatley.  Chief Bowles and the Texas Cherokees.  University of
                        Oklahoma Press, 1971.

            Conley, Robert J.  "Diwali, Chief of the Texas Cherokees."  True West 38 (March
                       
1991):  37-41.

*+        Everett, Dianna.  The Texas Cherokees:  A People Between Two Fires.  Norman: 
                       
University of Oklahoma Press, 1990.
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "CHEROKEE INDIANS,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/CC/bmc51.html "
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).
*#+      Moore, Jack.  The Killough Massacre.  Jacksonville, TX:  Kiely Printing Co.,
                       
1966.
           
Muckleroy, Anna.  "The Indian Policy of the Republic of Texas." Southwestern

                       
Historical Quarterly
25 (July 1922):  229-260; 26 (October 1922):  128-
                       
148; 26 (January 1923):  184-206.
           
Neighbors, Kenneth F.  Indian Exodus:  Texas Indian Affairs, 1835-1839. 
                       
Quanah:  Nortex Press, 1973.
           
Pollan, Howard O.  “The Cherokees of East Texas.”  East Texas Family Records

           
           
6 no. 3 (Fall 1982). 
                       
ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/smith/military/indian/cherokee.txt. 
                       
Accessed 13 March 2006.
+          Reagan, John H.  "The Expulsion of the Cherokees from East Texas."  Quarterly

                       
of the Texas State Historical Association
1 (July 1897):  38-46.
           
Reagan, John H.  "The Expulsion of the Cherokees from Eastern Texas."  Texas

                       
Magazine
3:  21-25.
           
Sibley, Marilyn McAdams.  "The Texas-Cherokee War of 1839."  East Texas

                       
Historical Journal
3 (Fall 1965):  18-33.
+          Smallwood, James.  “Chief Bowles:  American Penetration of the Smith County
                        Area.”  Tyler Today (Summer 2002):  64-66.
+          Smallwood, James.  “Chief Bowles:  Cherokee Prosperity.”  Tyler Today (Winter
                        2001):  78-79.
+          Smallwood, James.  “Chief Bowles:  Cherokees Come to Texas.”  Tyler Today
                        (Fall 2001):  67-69.
+          Smallwood, James.  “Chief Bowles:  Immigrant Tribes and the Republic of Texas.” 
                        Tyler Today
(Spring 2002):  80-81, 84.
+          Smallwood, James.  “Chief Bowles:  The Beginning.”  Tyler Today (Summer 2001): 
                        70-73.
*          Stanley, Mildred.  “The Cherokee Indians in Smith County.”  Texas History

                        Teachers Bulletin
, 12, no. 1 (1924), 119-25.
*+        Walker, Earle.  “Chief Bowles:  Heroic Figure.”  Tyler Courier-Times-Telegraph,
                        26 Aug. 1962, Sec. 4, p. 1
           
Winfrey, Dorman.  "Battle of the Neches." In Seymour V. Conner, et al. Battles of

                       
Texas
.  Waco:  Texian Press, 1967.
           
Winfrey, Dorman.  "Chief Bowles of the Cherokee."  Chronicles of Oklahoma 32
                       
(Spring 1954):  29-41.
           
Winkler, Ernest W.  "The Cherokee Indians in Texas."  Quarterly of the Texas

                       
Historical Association
7 (October 1903):  95-165.
*          Woldert, Albert.  “The Last of the Cherokees in Texas, and the Life and Death of
                        Chief Bowles.”  Chronicles of Oklahoma, I (1923):  179-226.  

INDUSTRY.  See also ECONOMICS, NEWSPAPERS, ROSES AND ROSE FESTIVAL, TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—TYLER, TRANSPORTATION
*         
Arcadia Refining Company.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
           
Blanton, Burt C.  "Report Depicting Specific Advantages and Potentialities for
           
            Location of Proposed East Texas Iron Ore Reduction Plant at Tyler,
           
            Texas."  Prepared for the Tyler Chamber of Commerce.  Typescript.  Copy
           
            held at Dallas Public Library.
*         
Borden, Inc.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Brodeaur, Paul.  “Annals of Industry:  Industrial Casualties, Pittsburgh Corning
                        Plant, Tyler.”  The New Yorker, 29 Oct. 1973, pp. 44-106, 5 Nov. 1973,
                        pp. 92-142, 12 Nov. 1973, pp. 131-177.
*+        __________.  Expendable Americans.  New York:  Viking, 1974.
*%#+   Burks, Janet, abst.  “Census of Industry, 1850 & 1860.”  Introduction by Andrew
           
            L. Leath.  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 28 no. 2 (Winter 1989):  41-
           
            49.
*%#+   Burks, Janet Baker, abst.  “1870 Products of Industry, Smith County.”  Chronicles

           
            of Smith County, Texas
29 no. 1 (Summer 1990):  13-17.
*%#+   Burks, Janet Baker, abst.  “Products of Industry, 1880, Smith County.” 

                       
Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 29 no. 2 (Winter 1990):  36-37.

*         
Business and Industry—1980-1989.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Business and Industry—1990-1999.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Business and Industry—2000-2010.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  Includes
                        general information on industry and growth.
*         
Carrier Corporation.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*%#+   Carroll, Inez Carpenter.  “Tyler Milk Products, an Interview, by Mary K.
           
            Haynes.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 29 no. 1 (Summer 1990):  9.
           
Collins, Sara.  "Vision in the Oil Patch."  Tyler Life (August 1985):  32-33.
%         Dairies.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder under
                        Business.
           
“Dearborn Brass Company…The First 100 Years.”  Tyler Today (Winter 1996): 
                        19-23.
*         
Delek Petroleum Refinery (formerly LaGloria).  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library. 
                        See folder under Oil Industry.
*          Exxon Corporation—Lignite Plant.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See file
                        under Lignite

*          Fair, R. W.  “History of the East Texas Oil Fields.”  Historical Encyclopedia of

                        Texas
, I, 76.
            Faubion, R. D. and Pamela Sage.  “Kelly Springfield:  America’s Oldest Tire
                        Company Calls Tyler Home.”  Tyler Today (Fall 1995):  15-16.
*%#+   Gilbert, Loy J.  “Making Salt at the Neches Saline.”  Chronicles of Smith County,

                       
Texas
11 no. 1 (Spring 1972):  1-12.
*         
Goodyear (formerly Kelly-Springfield).  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
+          Halbouty, Michel T.  The Last Boom.  New York:  Random House, 1972.
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "NECHES SALINE, TX,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/NN/hvn71.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).
           
Hardee, Camilla.  The History of Hunt Oil Company.  Dallas:  Hunt Oil Company,
                       
1984.
+          Hawkins, Linda.  “Manufacturing on the Move.”  Tyler Magazine (Fall/Winter 1984): 
                        21-24.
%         Hebb Industries.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Industry.
*         
Industry.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folder under Business & Industry.
*%#+   Jarvis, Sonja.  “The First Producing Oil Well in Smith County.”  Chronicles of

                       
Smith County, Texas
13 no. 2 (Winter 1974):  24-25.
*         
Kelly-Springfield.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          LaGloria (formerly McMurray) Refinery.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See
                        folder under Oil Industry.

           
Leffler, Warren K.  [Working Oil Pump in Tyler, Texas].  Photograph, 1973. 
                       
Held by Library of Congress.  U.S. News & World Report Magazine
                        Photograph Collection.
*%#+    “Liebreich Pottery Co.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 30 no. 1 (Summer
                       
1991):  back cover.
*          McDaniel, Ruel.  Some Ran Hot.  Dallas:  Regional Press, 1939.
*         
McWane, Inc.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*%#+  
Moore, Jack.  “The Neches Saline.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 1 no. 1
                       
(Fall 1962):  1-13.

%         Oil and Gas Industry.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Industry.
%         Oil and Gas Men.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Industry.
*         
Oil Industry.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
           
Parker, Sue.  “Manufacturing Diversified in Tyler.”  Tyler Magazine (Spring/Summer
                        1983):  25-28, 30, 34, 36, 38-40, 42, 46.  [Greenberg Smoked Turkeys,
                        Creme Lure Company, Floberg Company, M. P. Industries, Dearborn Brass,
                        LaGloria Refinery, Tyler Steel, Kelly Springfield, General Electric/Trane, Tyler
                        Pipe Industries]  Also in Fall/Winter 1983 issue.
            Parker, Sue.  “The Oil Boom: From Hunt to Herd.” Tyler Magazine (1983):  81-82,
                        85, 86, 89, 90-94.
*         
Petrofac.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Pottery.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.

*          Rhodes, Russel  S.  “Tyler Moves Forward:  Tyler Milk Plant and the Re-
                       
Organization of Smith County Agriculture.”  Texas Monthly, June 1929. 
                       
Typescript.
           
Shelton, Bill R.  "Best Economic Development Practices:  Tyler's Business
                       
Incubator."  Texas Town and City 88 no. 9 (September 2000):  36-37.
%         Smith County Industry.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Industry.
*          Taylor, Gus F.  “Tyler, the Oil and Financial Capital of East Texas.”  Historical

                        Encyclopedia of Texas
:  I, 72-73.
#*        Taylor, Lonn, and David B. Warren.  Texas Furniture:  The Cabinet Makers and

                        Their Work, 1840-1880
.  Austin:  University of Texas Press, 1975.
*         
Trane.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Tyler Chamber of Commerce.  Industrial Survey of Tyler and Smith County as of

                        June 1, 1935.
  Tyler:  Hixson & Ellis, 1935.
*         
Tyler Pipe (Tyler Iron & Foundry 1936).  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See
                        also folder under McWane, Inc.

%         Webb, Lisa.  "The East Texas Oil Boom."  MS, typescript in Smallwood
                       
Collection.   Archives, SCHS.
*         
Western Foundry [Mead Corp. & Woodward Div.].  Vertical files.  Tyler Public
                        Library.

*%#+    Whisenant, Lewis B.  “Some History of the Tyler Milk Products & Babblin’
                       
Brook.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 29 no. 1 (Summer 1990):  1-
                       
8, 17.  

INTERVIEWS
%          Alsmeyer, Marie.  Interviewed by Tyler Morning Telegraph, 1991.  Copy in
                       
Archives, SCHS.
%         Bass, Paul M.  Interviewed by Jack White, October 23, 1981.  MS, typescript. 
                       
Archives, SCHS.
*%#+    __________.  Published in Chronicles of Smith County, Texas (Winter
                       
1981):  23-25.
%          Carpenter, Inez.  Interviewed by Mary K. Haynes, April 8, 1990.  Copy in
                       
Archives, SCHS.
*%#+    __________.  Published in Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 29 (Summer 1990): 
                       
28-32.
%          Crutcher, Isaac Henry, III.  Interviewed by Jack  White, September 9, 1981.  MS,
                       
typescript.  Archives, SCHS.
*%#+    __________.  Published in Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 20 (Winter 1981): 
                       
4-5.
%          Fortner, Ada Florence.  Interviewed by Andrew L. Leath, October 7, 1990.  MS,
                       
typescript.  Archives, SCHS.
*%#+    __________.  Published in Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 29 (Winter 1990): 
                       
4-5.
           
Hamilton, Robert W., interviewee.  Oral Memoirs of Robert William Hamilton: 

                       
Interviewed by Thomas L. Charlton and Erwin A. Elias on 27 October
                       
1971 in Austin, Texas
.  Waco:  Baylor University Institute for Oral
                       
History, 1973.  "Robert Hamilton was associate justice, Supreme Court of
                       
Texas; family background; early education; local issues in Omen, Texas;
                       
racism in Omen; early education, Troup, Texas; education, Alexander
                       
College, Jacksonville, Texas, and the University of Texas at Austin;
                       
teaching and coaching athletics, Plainview, Texas; education, UT Law
                       
School; law practice, Tyler, Texas. . .   Held by Baylor University Library.
%          Haynes, Frank.  Interviewed by Jack White, June 16, 1981.  MS, typescript. 
                       
Archives, SCHS.
*%#+    __________.  Published by Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 29
                       
(Winter 1990):  43-45.
           
Howard, Samuel Ken, interviewee.  Oral Memoirs of Samuel Ken Howard: 

           
            Interviewed by Barbara Bennett on 4 occasions from 5 July 1994 to 11
           
            August 1994 in Waco, Texas
.  Waco, TX:  Baylor University Institute for
           
            Oral History, 2001.  ". . . elementary and secondary education, Tyler,
                       
Texas; early participation in music; Doc Witt, mentor. . . "
*%#+   Long, John R.  “An Interview with John R. Long, Born August 5, 1896, by Jack
                       
White, June 1, 1981.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 33 no. 2 (Winter
                       
1994):  19-23.
           
Mahaffey, Amboline Tyson, interviewee.  "Oral Memoirs of Amboline Tyson
                       
Mahaffey:  Interviewed by Thomas L. Charlton and Thomas E. Turner,
                       
Sr., on 14 September 1977 in Fort Worth, Texas."  Waco:  Baylor
                       
University Institute for Oral History, 1978.  "Paul Tyson's coaching
                       
football in Tyler and Dennison, Texas. . . "  Held by Baylor University
                       
Library.
%          McKenna, Francis Joseph.  Interviewed by Jack White, September 14, 1981.  MS,
                       
typescript.  Archives, SCHS.
*%#+    __________.  Published by Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 29 (Summer
                       
1990):  35-38.
*%#+    McNamara, Mary Jane.  “’A Love of Libraries’:  Interview with Mary Jane
                        McNamara, by Andrew L. Leath.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 38
                        no. 1 (Summer 1999):  12-16.
           
Martin, Frank.  Interviewed by Tyler-Courier-Times—Telegraph, December 7,
                       
1969.
%         Owens, Hazel Apperson.  Interviewed by Jack White, April 19, 1981.  MS,
                       
typescript.  Archives, SCHS.
*%#+    __________.  Published by Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 28 (Summer
                       
1989):  19-23.
*%#+   Owens, Hazel Apperson.  “Hazel Apperson Owens, Interviewed by Jack White,

                       
April 29, 1981.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 28 no. 1 (Summer
                       
1989):  19-23.

           
Paulsel, Timothy Allen, interviewee.  Oral Memoirs of Timothy Allen Paulsel: 

                       
Interviewed by Thomas L. Charlton, Emerson O. Henke, and Tom Z.
                       
Parrish on 9 July and 14 November 1973.  Locations of the Interviews
                       
were Fort Worth and Waco, Texas
.  Waco:  Baylor University Institute for
                       
Oral History, 1974.  ". . . education, Tyler [Texas] Commercial College..."
%          Recollections, Old Timers.  Vertical files.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Miscellaneous.
%          Shuttlesworth, Violet Lacy.  Interviewed by Andrew L. Leath, October 7, 1990. 
                       
MS, typescript.  Archives, SCHS.
*%#+    __________.  Published by Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 29 (Winter 1980): 
                       
3-4.
%          Thompson, William F. "Billy."  Interviewed by Jack White, September 9, 1981. 
                       
MS, typescript.  Archives, SCHS.
*%#+    __________.  Published by Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 20 (Winter 1981): 
                       
29-33.
%          Tomlinson, Ossie Ruth.  Interviewed by Jack White, February 21, 1981.  MS,
                       
typescript.  Archives, SCHS.
*%#+    _________.  Published by Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 21 (Summer 1982): 
                       
25-26.
%         White, Sidney.  Interviewed by Jack White, 1977.  Copy in Archives, SCHS.
*%#+    __________.  Published in Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 19 (Summer 1980): 
                       
24-25.
*%#+    “Working in Smith County:  Oral Histories by Lillie May Whitney, H. B.
                       
Sampson, Starley Joe Hand, Sr., and Jessie Simmons Spinks.”  Chronicles

                       
of Smith County, Texas
19 no. 2 (Winter 1980):  19-26, 63-64.
*%#+    “Working in Smith County:  Oral Histories by Sidney White, Otis J. Clark, and
                       
Ada Simmons Carter.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 19 no. 1
                       
(Summer 1980):  23-32.  

KOREAN WAR
           
“Texas Korean War Casualties—Smith Co., Texas.” 
                       
ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/smith/military/koreacas.txt. 
                       
Accessed 13 March 2006.  
%         Vietnam and Korea.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Military.

LABOR
           
Cullen, James.  "Journal:  Unions Win in East Texas [Tyler Pipe Co.]."  Texas

           
            Observer
84 no. 22 (November 13, 1992):  13.
*%#+   “Shall We Dance?”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 20 no. 1 (Summer 1981): 

                       
back cover.  [program for dance sponsored by the Brotherhood of Railroad
                       
Trainmen, 1897, in Tyler]

           
Texas Employment Commission.  Annual Planning Report for Tyler, Texas Labor

                       
Area 8640
.  Tyler, TX:  The Commission, 1990s-
           
The Unity Progress
.  Tyler, TX:  Local 782, International Union of Electrical,
                        Radio and Machine Workers., 1980-1981.  Held by Wisconsin Historical
                        Society.
%         Union & Labor Organizations.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society
                        Archives.  See folder under Clubs, Org.

           
Uzzel, Rush.  Records, 1953-1975.  Brotherhood of Railway, Airline, and
                        Steamship Clerks, Freight Handlers, Express, and Station Employees,
                        Local Lodge No. 1299 (Tyler, Tex.).  Correspondence, legal documents,
                        clippings, study, notes, city charter, and report. All materials included
                        relate to the legal dispute between the city of Tyler, Local Lodge No. 1299
                        of the Brotherhood of Railway, Airline, and Steamship Clerks, Freight
                        Handlers, Express and Station Employes, and the St. Louis Southwestern
                        Railway Company of Texas concerning the contract dispute about the
                        agreement in which the railroad company agreed to retain its machine
                        shops in Tyler for certain concessions from the city, 1953-1968. These are
                        the files collected by Rush Uzzel, legislative representative for the local.
*%#+    Whisenhunt, Donald W.  “Depression in Tyler:  A Labor View.”  Chronicles of

                       
Smith County, Texas
19 no. 1 (Summer 1980):  19-22.
*%#+   White, Benton R.  “The Cotton Belt Railroad Strike of 1922.”  Chronicles of

                       
Smith County, Texas
17 no. 2 (Winter 1978):  64-69.
*%#+    “Working in Smith County:  Oral Histories by Lillie May Whitney, H. B.
                       
Sampson, Starley Joe Hand, Sr., and Jessie Simmons Spinks.”  Chronicles

                       
of Smith County, Texas
19 no. 2 (Winter 1980):  19-26, 63-64.
*%#+    “Working in Smith County:  Oral Histories by Sidney White, Otis J. Clark, and
                       
Ada Simmons Carter.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 19 no. 1
                       
(Summer 1980):  23-32.  

LAKES AND DAMS
%         Bellwood Lake.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Places.
+          Dowell, C. L. and R. G. Petty, comp.  Engineering Data on Dams and Reservoirs

                       
in Texas
.  Part I.  Austin:  Texas Water Development Board, 1974. 
                       
Includes Mud Creek and Whitehouse Dams and Lake Tyler; Blackburn
                       
Crossing Dam and Lake Palestine.
           
East Texas Testing Laboratory, Inc.  Proposed Dam and Reservoir:  Holiday

                       
Camplands of Texas, Inc., Smith County, Texas
.  N.p.:  East Texas Testing
                       
Laboratory, Inc., 1972?
           
East Texas Testing Laboratory, Inc.  Soil and Foundation Investigation:  Harvey

                       
Lakes, Texas Eastern University, Tyler, Texas
.  N.p.:  East Texas Testing
                       
Laboratory, Inc., 1975.
           
East Texas Testing Laboratory, Inc.  Soil and Foundation Investigation:  Tyler

                       
State Park Dam, F.M. 14 North, Smith  County, Texas
.  N.p.:  East Texas
                       
Testing Laboratory, Inc., 1974.
           
Forrest, T. Carr.  Specifications and Contract Documents for Whitehouse Dam

                       
and Appurtenant Work, City of Tyler, Texas
.  N.p.:  n.p., 1948.
           
“A Good Public Water Supply:  The History of Lake Tyler.”  Chronicles of Smith

                       
County, Texas
28 no. 2 (Winter 1989):  12-15.
            Handbook of Texas Online
, s.v. "BELLWOOD LAKE,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/BB/rob6.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006). 
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "LAKE PALESTINE,"

                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/LL/rol63.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).

            Handbook of Texas Online
, s.v. "LAKE TYLER,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/LL/rol81.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).
*         
Hidden Hill Lake.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folder under Sam R.
                        Hill Lake.

           
Hix and Carlton, Inc.  Soils and Foundation Report, Christian Concerns, Inc.,

                       
Dam and Reservoir, Smith County, Texas
.  N.p.:  Hix and Carlton, 1966?
           
Hix, Charles M.  A Dam and Reservoir for Hide-A-Way Lake, Inc., Smith County,

                       
Texas
.  N.p.:  n.p., 1967.  
           
Jennings, Jan Jordan.  “A Comparison of the Benthic Macroinvertebrate
                        Communities of Tyler East Reservoir and Tyler West Reservoir.”  M.S.
                        thesis, Stephen  F. Austin State University, 1987.
+          Hawkins, Lucia Dulin.  “Lakes of East Texas:  Summertime Fun for Everyone.” 
                        Tyler Today
(Summer 1999):  62-64, 66.
*         
Lake Bellwood.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Lake Tyler.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.

%         Lake Tyler, Langley Island.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society
                        Archives.  See folder under Places.
%         Lakes, Misc.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Places.
           
National Soil Services, Inc.  Foundation Investigation:  West Side Intake

                       
Structure and Tyler Intake Structure and Pump Station Blackburn
                       
Crossing Reservoir, Neches River, Texas
.  N.p.:  National Soil Services,
                       
1967.
*         
Sam R. Hill Lake (Hidden Hill Lake).  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
           
Texas. Dept. of Water Resources.  Neches River Basin, Whitehouse Dam, Lake

                        Tyler:  Smith County, Texas, Inventory Number TX 00245:  Phase 1
                        Inspection Report, National Dam Safety Program
.  Fort Worth, TX:  U.S.
                        Army Corps of Engineer District, Fort Worth, Corps of  Engineers, 1978.
           
Texas. Dept. of Water Resources.  Sabine River Basin, Hide-A-Way Lake No. 1

                       
Dam:  Smith County, Texas, Inventory Number TX 00261:  Phase 1
                       
Inspection Report, National Dam Safety Program
.  Ft. Worth:  U.S. Army
                       
Corps of Engineer District, 1980.
           
Texas. Dept. of Water Resources.  Sabine River Basin, Pleasure Acres Lake Dam: 

                       
Smith County, Texas, Inventory Number TX 00277; Phase 1 Inspection
                       
Report, National Dam Safety Program
.  Fort Worth:  U.S. Army Corps of
                       
Engineer District, 1980.
*         
Tyler—Water (Victoria Lake or Lake Tyler).  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
           
United States.  Army.  Corps of Engineers.  Phase I Inspection Report, National

                       
Dam Safety Program:  Neches River Basin, Mud Creek Dam (Lake Tyler
                       
East), Smith County, Texas, Inventory Number TX 00244
.  N.p.:  National
                       
Soil Services, 1978.
           
United States.  Army.  Corps of Engineers.  Phase I Inspection Report, National

                       
Dam Safety Program:  Neches River Basin, Whitehouse Dam, Smith
                       
County, Texas, Inventory Number TX 00245
.  N.p.:  The Corps, 1978.
           
United States.  Army.  Corps of Engineers.  Phase I Inspection Report, National

                       
Dam Safety Program:  Sabine River Basin, Howell Club Lake Dam, Smith
                       
County, Texas, Inventory Number TX00282
.  N.p.:  The Corps, 1980.
           
Watson, Michael Robert.  "The Physicochemical Limnology of Greenbriar
                       
Reservoir at Tyler, Texas."  M.S. thesis, Stephen F. Austin State
                       
University, 1997.
           
Wells, L. W.  “Dam Building by Hydraulic Process.”  N.p.:  n.p., 1894. Held by
                        Water Research Center Archives, California.
           
Wheeler Engineering, Inc.  Construction Specifications for Holiday Pines Dam

                       
and Spillways, Smith County, Texas
.  N.p.:  Wheeler Engineering, 1978.
           
Wilson, Victor Zeno.  "The Physiocochemical Limnology of Tyler East Reservoir
                       
and Tyler West Reservoir, Texas."  M.S. thesis, Stephen F. Austin State
                       
University, 1983.
           
Wisenbaker, Fix & Associates.  Specifications and Contract Documents for the

                       
Earthen Raw Water Reservoir for the City of Tyler, Texas
.  N.p.: 
                       
Wisenbaker, Fix & Associates, 1959.
           
Wisenbaker, Fix & Associates.  Specifications and Contract Documents for the

                       
Mud  Creek Dam and Spillway for the City of Tyler, Texas
.  N.p.: 
                       
Wisenbaker, Fix & Associates, 1959.
           
Wisenbaker, Fix & Associates.  Specifications and Contract Documents for the

                       
Sky Ranch Dam and Spillway for the Sky Ranch Inc.:  Smith County,
                       
Texas
.  Tyler, TX:  Wisenbaker, Fix, & Associates, 1973.  

LAW AND ORDER
*         
Alcohol and Prohibition.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
%         Alcohol in Smith County.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Miscellaneous.
*         
Arianpour, Roozbeh.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folder under
                        Murder.
*          Arroyo, David Hernandez, Sr.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folder
                        under Murder.
*          Attorneys.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.

%         Attorneys & Lawyers.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Business.
*         
Barrow, Clyde.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*%#+   Beall, Alex.  “The Bench & Bar of Tyler, 1847-1900.”  Chronicles of Smith

           
            County, Texas
15 no. 2 (Winter 1976):  33-45.
*          Beall, Alex.  Federal, State, and County Judges:  Federal, State, and County

           
            Prosecuting Attorneys:  Senators and Representatives, Smith County,
           
            Texas, 1900-1999
.  [Tyler, TX:  n.p., 2000?]
*%#+   Beall, Alex.  “1900-2000, A Century of Growth for Smith County and its Lawyer
                        Population.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 40 no. 1 (Summer 2001): 
                       
19-34.  [1900-1969]
*%#+   Beall, Alex.  “1900-2000, A Century of Growth for Smith County and its Lawyer
                        Population.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 40 no. 2 (Winter 2001): 
           
            10-25.  [1970-2000]
*%#+   Betts, Vicki.  “Newspaper Notes, A Continuation:  Gleaning Smith County

                       
Happenings from Area Newspapers:  Crime & Punishment.”  Chronicles

           
            of Smith County, Texas
28 no. 1 (Summer 1989):  35-53.  [1860-1876]
*%#+   Betts, Vicki.  “Newspaper Notes, A Continuation:  Gleaning Smith County

                       
Happenings from Area Newspapers:  Judiciary; Government.”  Chronicles

                        of Smith County, Texas
35 no. 1 (Summer 1996):  9-14.  [1860-1875]
*         
Bombing Suspects/Scare.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Bora, Kenneth.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folder Drug Bust 1979.

*          Burks, Loyd.  "Smith County--Some Early Jury Lists."  East Texas Family Records
                        7 no. 4 (Winter 1983):  45-50.  [1858-1870]
*         
Busby, Jasen Shane.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.   See folder Murder.
*          Capital Punishment—Smith County.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates).  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.

           
Cases Argued and Adjudged in the Court of Appeals of the State of Texas During

                       
the Austin and Tyler Terms 1876, and Galveston Term, 1877
.  St. Louis: 
                       
Gilbert Book Co., 1877.

*         
Censorship.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Chandler, Brent.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folder Murder.
*          Choice, Chad.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folder Missing Children.
*          City of Tyler—Judges.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folder under
                        Judges.
*          City of Tyler—Police Department.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Clark, Troy.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folder Murder.
*          Concealed Handguns.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*         
Cook, Kerry Max.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folder Murder.
*         
Crime Lab (Texas Department of Public Safety).  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Crime Stoppers.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Crime Watch.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.

%         Criminal Docket."  Vertical File.  Archives, SCHS.
*          Criminal Docket, Precinct No. 3, Flint, Smith County, Texas, August 1908-
           
            August 1912.  Microfilm.
+          Drake, Janet.  “A Double-Scoop of Justice.”  Tyler Today (Fall 1999): 
                        30-34, 39-40.  [Judith Guthrie and John Hannah]
*         
Drug Bust—1979, 2006.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*         
Drug Probe—1999.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
%         Drugs in Smith County.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Miscellaneous.
            Dubose, Louis.  "Editorial:  The Ways of Injustice in Smith County."  Texas

                       
Observer
89 no. 14 (August 1, 1997):  4-5.
*         
Einhorn, Ira.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See file under Murder.
#          Ellsworth, David.  Smith County Justice.  New York:  Discovery Press, [1985?].
+          Fair, Janet Drake.  “Pack Attack:  Tyler’s Bike Patrol.”  Tyler Today (Summer
                        2001):  19-23.
            Faubion, R. D.  “Routine Patrol.” Tyler Today (Spring 1994):  10-12.  [Tyler
                        Police Dept.]
+          Faubion, R. D.  “Sheriffs of Smith County.”  Tyler Today (Spring 1992):  13-16.
            Faubion, R. D.  “Where is Kallan Monigold?  An Unsolved Mystery in Tyler.” 
                        Tyler Today
(Fall 1992):  10-12.
*          Federal Bureau of Investigation.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*         
Forensic Center.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Fuller, Justin.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folder under Murder.
            Fuquay, John W.  “Portrait of a Police Chief.”  Tyler Today (Summer 1995): 
                        18-19.  [Bill Young]
*%#+   Gilbert, Randal B.  “The Jails of Smith County.”  Chronicles of Smith County,

                       
Texas
28 no. 1 (Summer 1989):  1-9.
*%#+   Gilbert, Randal B.  “Smith County as a Nineteenth Century Legal Center.” 

                        Chronicles of Smith County, Texas
42 (2003):  11-13.
*         
Hangings and Lynchings.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
            Harrington, James.  "Civil Rights Comes to Tyler."  Texas Observer 85 no. 20
                       
(October 15, 1993):  14.
*         
Hays, Elaine.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folder under Murder.
*          Holden, Megan.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folder under Murder.
*          Horn, Patrick.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folder under Murder.

*%#+   Hudnall, Fones Oden.  “Judge Stephen Reaves.”  Chronicles of Smith County,

                       
Texas
15 no. 2 (Winter 1976):  55-58.
*         
Jail.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Joplin, Jeffrey.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folder under Murder.
*          Judges—(City, County, State, District, Federal).  Vertical files.  Tyler Public
                        Library.
*          Juvenile Services—Attention Center, Detention Services/Center, Boot Camp. 
                        Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.

+          King, Barbara.  “Potter, Minton, Roberts, Davis and Jones, P.C. Celebrates 100
                        Years.”  Tyler Today (Fall 1998):  49-50.
*          Ladd, Robert Charles.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folder under
                        Murder.

+          Lantz, Mike.  “A Brief History of the United States Courthouse, Tyler, Texas.” 
                        Tyler Today
(Summer 2001):  27-29, 31-32.
%         Law Enforcement, Miscellaneous.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society
                        Archives.  See folder under Public Services.
*         
Lucas, Steven.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folder under Murder.
*          Luttig, John.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folder under Luttig Murder
                        Trial.

            Lynch, James D.  The Bench and Bar in Texas.  St. Louis:  Nixon-Jones, 1885. 
*         
Maddux, Helen Holly.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folder under Murder.
%         Mallory, J. A., Attorney.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Business.  See also Boxes.

           
McLeod, Claude A.  [Testimony at Hearing in Federal District Court in Tyler,

           
            Texas:  Fritz vs Butz].—1976
].  Typescript at Sam Houston State
                       
University.  [on forest reserves]
*         
Missing Children (Chad Choice).  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library. 
*          Mitchell, Andrew Lee.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folder under Murder.

           
Morse, Charles S.  Rules for the Courts of Texas;  Adopted by Order of the

                       
Supreme Court at Tyler on the First Day of December, A.D. 1877:  
                       
Together with Amendments Thereto at Various Times Up to the Close of
                       
the Austin Term, A.D. 1890
.  Austin, TX:  Press of E. von Boeckmann,
                       
1890.
*%#+   “The Murder of Godley & House.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 7 no. 2
                       
(Fall 1968):  45.
*         
Murders (General).  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
           
Nelson, Bruce.  “Tyler’s Teen Court:  Administers Peer Justice.”  Tyler Today
                        (Summer 1990):  10-13.
*         
Nine-One-One (911) Services.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*           P. A. C. T. 94:  Partners Against Crime in Tyler.  Tyler:  City of Tyler, 1994.
*%#+    [Photograph 1898 Grand Jury].  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 13 no. 2
                       
(Winter 1974):  back cover.
*%#+   “A Picture from our Past.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 33 no. 1 (Summer
                       
1994):  41.  [Inside William H. Hanson’s law office, 1924]
%         Poor Farm.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Buildings.
*         
Prostitution.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
           
Robards, Charles L.  Reports of Cases Argued and Decided in the Supreme Court

                       
of the State of Texas, During Austin Session, 1861; Galveston, Tyler and
                       
Austin Sessions, 1862; Galveston and part of Tyler Sessions, 1863
.  St.
                       
Louis:  Gilbert Book Co., 1881.
*          
Ross, Leonard.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folder under Murder.
%          Rowland Murder.  Manuscript.  Smith County Historical Society.
*          
Ruiz vs. Estelle.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*           Russeau, Gregory.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folder under Murder.

*%#+    Samuelson, Nancy B.  “The Trials of Jim Nite, or, Who Really Robbed the
                       
Longview Bank?”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 33 no. 1 (Summer
                       
1994):  17-23.
*         
Saxon, Scott.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folder under Murder.
*          Schneider, Cecilia.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folder under Murder.
*          Smetana, Karl.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folder under Murder.
*          Smith County Bar Association.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.

           
Smith County Bar Association.  Centennial Anniversary Banquet Honoring the

                       
Federal Judiciary and the Supreme Court of Texas:  Tyler, Texas, April 7,
                       
1951.
.  [Tyler, TX:  Smith County Bar Association, 1951.
*         
Smith County Constables.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Smith County District Attorney.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Smith County Juvenile Services Center.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.

%         Smith County Sheriff.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Public Services.
*         
Smith County Sheriff’s Department.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          "Smith County's First Jury."  Records of East Texas 6 no. 4 (July 1972):  168.
*          Speer, Ocie.  Texas Jurists[, 1836-1936].  N.p., 1936.
*         
State Bar of Texas.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
           
State Bar of Texas.  Department of Research & Analysis.  Smith, County,

           
            Attorney Demographic Profile, 1994-1995
.  Austin, TX:  The Department,
           
            [1995?]
*         
State District Judge.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folder under Judges.
*          Tabb, Marla.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folder under Murder.

           
[Television  Cameras Filming Billie Sol Estes (right) Conferring With His

                        Attorneys, John Dennison (left) and John Cofer, During His Trial For
                        Swindling, Tyler, Texas].  Photograph held by Library of Congress.
           
Texas.  Office of the State Auditor.  Report on the Limited Review of Internal

                       
Controls and State Compliance, Twelfth Court of Appeals, Tyler, Texas
. 
                       
Austin:  The Office, 1988.
*         
Texas Rangers.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
           
Texas.  Supreme Court.  Rules for the Courts of Texas.  Adopted by Order of the

                       
Supreme Court, at Tyler on the First Day of December A.D. 1877. 
                       
Together with Amendments Thereto, at Various Times up to the Close of
                       
the Austin Term, A.D. 1887.
  [Austin:  Press of Eugene von Boeckmann],
                       
1887.
*%#+   Trop, June P.  “Manhunt.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 19 no. 1 (Summer
                       
1980):  1-18.  [murder of Parry Rowland, 1896]
*         
Tuttle, Charles.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folder under Murder.
%         Tyler Police Dept.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Public Services.
*          Tyler (Tex.).  Police Dept.  Tyler Police Department Annual Report.  Tyler, TX: 
                       
Tyler Police Dept., 2000-
*%#+    “Wanted:  Smith County Fugitives from Justice, 1876.”  Chronicles of Smith

                       
County, Texas
15 no. 1 (Summer 1976):  39-40.
*         
Warren, Grady.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folder under Murder.
*          West, Nicholus Ray.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folder under Murder.

           
Whitley, Glenna.   "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. McIntosh:  The Police Had the First
                       
Question:  Has Susan McIntosh Been Killed By Her Husband?  Their
                       
Friends Had the Second:  Did They Really Know Dana McIntosh."  D

                       
Magazine
17 no. 9 (September 1990):  56-59, 63-64, 81-82.  
*         
Whittington’s Law.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folder under Murder.
*          Wideman, Ramone.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folder under Murder.

LIBRARIES
*          Branch, Carolyn Powers.  “A History of Libraries of Smith County, Texas.”  TS. 
                       
1964.  Photocopy.

            Handbook of Texas Online
, s.v. "CARNEGIE LIBRARIES,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/CC/lcc1.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).
           
“Carnegie Library and Tyler Commercial College.”  [postcards]. 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/images/pictures/tyler/tcclib.html. 
                       
Accessed 9 March 2006.
*         
Carnegie Public Library.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See Vertical files/
                        General genealogy.

*          Carnegie Public Library [,Tyler].  Scrapbook:  Newspaper Clippings and
                        Memorabilia, 1901-1912.
%         Dover Library.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Public Services.
*         
Ella Reid Public Library.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*%#+   Harper, Sarah H.  “One Hundred Years of Library Service to Tyler, Texas.” 

                        Chronicles of Smith County, Texas
38 no. 1 (Summer 1999):  17-30.
%         Libraries.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Public Services.
*          Loftis, Margaret G.  “Debt to the Past:  A History of the Carnegie Public Library,
                       
Tyler, Texas:  A Research Paper in Library Science 595.”  Tyler:  Loftis,
                       
1968.
*          Sebastian, John D.  A Survey of Texas’ Carnegie Libraries.  Austin:  Texas
                       
Historical Resources Fellowship/Texas Architectural Foundation, 1980-
                       
1981.
           
Stallmann, Esther L. and May Lea McCurdy.  Modern Public Library Service of

                        the City of Tyler, Texas:  A Study With Recommendations.  Prepared for
                        the Board of Trustees of the Carnegie Public Library
.  Austin:  Graduate
                   
    School of Library Science, University of Texas, 1962.  Held by Texas
            State Library, University of Texas at Austin, and University of Illinois.
                       
Texas Historic Preservation Grant Completion Report to the Texas Historical

                        Commission, Carnegie Public Library, Tyler, Texas
.  [Texas:  s.n., 1984]. 
*          Texas State Library Association.  Handbook of Texas Libraries.  Austin:  n.p.,
                        1904.
*          __________.  Handbook of Texas Libraries Number Four:  Centennial Edition,

                        1836-1936
.  Houston:  n.p., 1935.  

MAPS
*          Austin, Stephen F., comp.  Map of Texas, With Parts of Adjoining States. 

                       
Philadelphia:  Tanner, 1830.

           
Brown, Walter L.  Mt. Sylvan—Lindale—Crow Areas:  Part of Van Zandt, Smith

                       
and Wood Co.s, Texas
.  Tyler, TX:  [s.n.], 1946.
*          Bureau of Topographical Engineers.  Map of Texas and Part of New Mexico. 
                       
New York:  Wallings [1875].
*%#+   Burton, Morris S.  “Map Miscellanea.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 20 no.
                       
1 (Summer 1981):  37-44.
           
Cartographic Connections.  University of Texas at Arlington. 
                        http://libraries.uta.edu/ccon/ .  Click on Virtual Map Library, then enter
                        “Texas” to get a selection of historic Texas maps that will include the

                        Smith County area.

*          City of Tyler, Texas [ca. 1932].  N.p.  ca. 1932
*          City of Tyler.  Tyler, Texas [,1959].  Tyler:  Story-Wright, 1959.
*          Colton, G. Woolworth.  Colton’s New Map of the State of Texas.  New York: 
                       
Colton, 1872.
*          Crewzbaur,  Robert.  Map of the State of  Texas.  Houston, 1849.
*#        Day, James M., comp.  Maps of Texas, 1527-1900:  The Map Collection of the

                        Texas State Archives
.  Austin:  Pemberton Press, 1964.
*%#+   “1876.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 15 no. 1 (Summer 1976):  31.

*          Emory, W. W. Map of Texas and the Countries Adjacent.  Washington:  War
                        Department, 1844.
*          General Land Office.  Smith County.  Austin, 1903.
*          General Austin’s Map of Texas, With Parts of the Adjoining States.  Philadelphia: 
                       
Tanner, 1840.  Photocopy.
*          [O. W. Gray].  Gray’s Railroad Map of Texas Specially Prepared from Official

                        Sources, 1877-1878
.  O. W. Gray & Son, 1877.
           
Heydrick Mapping Company.  "Heydrick's Ownership Map of Gladewater-
                       
Henderson District Including Lathrop, Gladewater, Kilgore, and Joiner
                       
Pools in East Texas.  Wichita Falls, TX:  Heydrick Mapping Co., 1931. 
                       
"Index to Original Grantees: Gregg, Upshur, Rusk, and Smith Counties."
*          Historical Atlas of Smith County.  Tyler:  Tyler Print Shop, 1965. 
%#+    __________.  Bound in Chronicles of Smith County, Texas, 4 no. 2 (Fall 1965),
                        center section.]
           
Indexed Map of Tyler, Texas.  Tyler, TX:  Chamber of Commerce, 1965, 1968.
           
International Aerial Mapping Company.  Street Map, Tyler, Texas.  San Antonio,
                       
TX:  International Aerial Mapping Co., 1976, 1982.
*          Map of Texas, Eastern Part.  N.P., 1900.  Photocopy.
*         
Maps—Smith County and Tyler.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
%         Maps, Tyler & Texas.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See Boxes.

           
Merchant Maps (Firm).  Maps of Smith County & Tyler, Texas:  Happy to Help

           
            You Find Your Way Around!
  Cincinnati, OH:  Mass Marketing, Inc.,
           
            Merchant Maps Division, 1981.
*          Rand, McNally & Co.’s Texas.  Chicago:  Rand McNally, 1896.
           
Rogers, M. E.  Joiner—London—Arp Area Map:  Rusk, Smith, & Cherokee

           
            Counties, Texas
.  Henderson, TX:  Tuler Blueprint & Photostat Co., 1931.
*          Rosehill Burial Park.  Scale 1:100.  Tyler:  City of Tyler, 1982.
*          Rural Smith County Map Book.  Tyler, TX:  9-1-1 Network of East Texas, 1994,
           
            1999.
*          Smith County Map Book.  Tyler, TX:  9-1-1 Network of East Texas, 1999.
           
Sonnen, David S.  Tyler, Texas, Street Map:  Including Whitehouse and Smith

                        County
.  [Eastland, TX]:  Diamond Cartography, 2001.
+          Texas Digital Sanborn Maps.  http://sanborn.umi.com/.  Available at the
                        University of Texas at Tyler Library online.  Includes maps of Tyler in
                        May, 1885; November, 1889; January, 1893; September 1898; November
                        1902; September 1907; February, 1912; August 1919; March, 1928; 1938;
                        1938-November 1950.  Arp—October 1939.  Lindale, February 1926,
                        February 1926-September 1941.  Troup—November 1899, October 1904,
                        August 1909, September 1919, February 1934, Feb. 1934-Dec. 1943. 
                       
Overton—Jan. 1893, July 1907, March 1926, Jan. 1936, Jan. 1936-Oct.
                   
    1939
           
Texas General Land Office.  Map Collection. 
                       
http://wwwdb.glo.state.tx.us/central/arcmaps/ArcMapsLookup.cfm?Customer=70272641-06083
                        and choose Smith County.  Includes:  Smith County—1855; Smith County—
                       
1872A; Smith County—1872B; Houston and Great Northern Railroad—
                       
1873 (2); Smith County—1880 (2); St. Louis, Arkansas and Texas
                        Railway—1889; Smith County—1903 (3); Cotton Belt Railroad—1903
                        (17); International and Great Northern Railroad—1903; Smith County—
                       
1905; St. Louis Southwestern Railway—1912 (3); Smith County
                        Boundary File 1 (1922); General Highway Map—Smith County, Texas—
                       
1939; Smith County Rolled Sketch 1—1940; Smith County Rolled Sketch
                        3—1944; Smith County—1948 (3); Smith County Working Sketch
                        Graphic Index—1948; General Highway Map—Smith County, Texas—
                       
1961; General Highway Map. Detail of Cities and Towns in Smith
                        County, Texas—1961; General Highway Map. Detail of Cities and Towns
                        in Smith County, Texas. City Map, Tyler, Smith County, Texas—1961;
                        General Highway Map. Detail of Cities and Towns in Smith County,
                        Texas. City Map, Tyler and vicinity, Smith County, Texas—1961;
                        Surveys along Mud Creek; G.9.4 Nacogdoches Dist.; Smith County
                        Sketch Files 1-19; Smith County Rolled Sketch 6-E-1; Smith County
                        Rolled Sketch 6-E-2; Smith County Rolled Sketch 6-A-3; Smith County
                        Rolled Sketch 6; Smith County Rolled Sketch 6-B; Smith County Rolled
                        Sketch 6-C; Smith County Rolled Sketch 6-A-2; Smith County Rolled
                        Sketch 6-D-1; Smith County Rolled Sketch 6-A-1; Smith County
                        Boundary File 1; Smith County Boundary File 80; Smith County Working
                        Sketches 1-19; Neches River Reclamation Map; Smith County Rolled
                        Sketch 2; G.9.4 Nacogdoches Dist.; Surveys along Mud Creek.  This
                        collection also includes state maps which will include Smith County.
*          Texas State Highway  Department.  General Highway Map, Smith County, Texas. 

                        1960
.  rev.  Austin, 1963.
*          __________.  General Highway Map, Smith County, Texas.  1965; rev. Austin,
                        1972.
*          Texas State Department of Highways and Public Transportation.  General

                        Highway Map, Smith County, Texas 1965
.  rev. Austin, 1975.
*          Texas Survey.  Brownsville, Texas:  Heald, ca. 1930.
*          Tyler Chamber of Commerce.  Tyler, Texas.  N.p., 1932.
           
Tyler (Tex.).  Engineering Dept.  Street and Block Map of the City of Tyler, Smith

           
            County, Texas
.  [Tyler:  The Dept., 1969].
*          U.S. Engineer Office.  Camp Fannin, Tyler, Texas, General Site.  1944.  Photocopy.
+          United States.  Soil Conservation Service.  General Soil Map, Smith County,

                        Texas
.  Fort Worth:  USDA-SCS National Cartographic Center, 1990.
+          University of Texas at Austin.  Bureau of Economic Geology.  Geologic Atlas of

                        Texas, Tyler Sheet
.  Austin:  The Bureau, 1965.
*          Wells' New Map of The City of Tyler, Texas.  1888.  
           
Whitehouse:  Our Key to Progress.  Tyler, TX:  Custom Drafting and Survey,
                        1985.
*          Woldert, William Albert.  Woldert's Map of Smith County, Texas, 1905.  St.
                        Louis, Gast, 1905.
           
Zingery Oil Map Company.  Plane Table Map of East Texas Oil Fields in Rusk,

           
            Gregg, Smith, & Upshur Counties
.  Fort Worth, TX:  Zingery Oil Map
           
            Co., 1931.  

MARRIAGES
*          Betts, Vicki.  "Marriages from the Texas Christian Advocate, 1886-1888."
                        East Texas Family Records 27 no. 1 (Spring 2003):  33-34.
*          Burks, Loyd.  "1905 Smith County Marriage Records."  East Texas Family
                        Records
5 no. 2 (Summer 1981):  37-48.
*          Burks, Loyd.  "Smith County--1906 Marriages."  East Texas Family Records 6
                        no.1 (Spring 1982):  31-41.
*          Burks, Loyd.  "Smith County Marriages, Year 1900."  East Texas Family Records
                       
4 no. 1 (Spring 1980):  6-15.
*          Burks, Loyd.  "Smith County Marriages, 1901."  East Texas Family Records
                        4 no. 1 (Spring 1980):  16-25.
*          Burks, Loyd.  "Smith County Marriages, Year 1902."  East Texas Family Records
                        4 no. 2 (Summer 1980):  26-34.
*          Burks, Loyd.  "Smith County Marriages, Year 1903."  East Texas Family Records
                        46-57.
*          Burks, Loyd.  "1904 Smith County Marriage Records."  East Texas Family Records
                       
4 no. 4 (Winter 1980):  10-21.
*%#+   “A Day to Remember.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 15 no. 1 (Summer
                       
1976):  13.  [two weddings on July 4, 1876]   
*          General Index to Marriages, 1848-1975.  Microfilm.
*          Hackley, Elizabeth, comp.  Smith County Texas Marriage Records, 1902-1905. 
                       
St. Louis, MO:  Frances T. Engmire, 1985.
*          Le Bleu, Carol Ann, comp.  Marriage Records of Smith County, Texas, 1900-

                        1926
.  Tyler:  East Texas Genealogical Society, 1999.
*          Marriage Records.  v. A – v.47 (1851-1951).  Microfilm.

            Marriage Records of Smith County, Texas, 1846-1899
.  Tyler, TX:  East Texas
                        Genealogical Society, 1979.
           
Marriage Records of Smith County, Texas.  Tyler, TX:  East Texas Genealogical
                        Society, 1992-
           
Marriage Records.  1846-  Smith County Clerk's Office, 200 E. Ferguson, Tyler,
                       
TX.  Recorded copies of marriage licenses issued, showing names of
                       
individuals, date issued, signature of county clerk, date of ceremony, name
                       
and title of individual performing ceremony, date returned, and date filed. 
                       
Arranged chronologically by date filed.
*         
Marriage Records.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*%#+    “Marriages of 1876.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 15 no. 1 (Summer
                       
1976):  14-21.  
*          "Smith County--1907 Marriage Records."  East Texas Family Records 7 no. 3
                        Fall 1983):  32-42.

*          Sorrels, Evelyn Davis and Sally McAdams Garner, comp.  "Smith County--Marriage
                        Records."  East Texas Family Records 11 no. 2 (Summer 1987):  41-
                        47.  [1872-1874]
*          Sorrels, Evelyn Davis and Sally McAdams Garner, comp.  "Smith County--Marriage
                        Records."  East Texas Family Records 11 no. 3 (Fall 1987):  40-44.
                        [1875]
*          Sorrels, Evelyn Davis and Sally McAdams Garner, comp.  "Smith County--Marriage
                        Records."  East Texas Family Records 11 no. 4 (Winter 1987):  28-32.
                        [1876-1877]
*          Sorrels, Evelyn Davis and Sally McAdams Garner, comp.  "Smith County--Marriage
                        Records."  East Texas Family Records 12 no. 2 (Summer 1988):  36-41.
                        [1886]
*          Sorrels, Evelyn Davis and Sally McAdams Garner, comp.  "Smith County--Marriage
                        Records."  East Texas Family Records 12 no. 3 (Fall 1988):  33-38.
                        [1886-1887]
*          Sorrels, Evelyn Davis and Sally McAdams Garner, comp.  "Smith County--Marriage
                        Records."  East Texas Family Records 12 no. 4 (Winter 1988):  33-38.
                        [1887-1888]

*          Sorrels, Evelyn Davis and Sally McAdams Garner, comp.  "Smith County--Marriage
                        Records."  East Texas Family Records 13 no. 1 (Spring 1989):  35-40.
                        [1888].

MEDICINE
           
Atkinson, Edward Neely.  “A Statistical Investigation of the Pulmonary Effects of
                        Exposure to Asbestos.”  Ph.D. dissertation, Rice University, 1981.
*         
Bethesda Clinic.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
           
Blair, Ben R., Jr.  "City of Tyler Develops Substance Abuse Program."  Texas

           
            Town & City
77 no. 6 (June 1990):  18, 20.
           
Boswell, Katherine Ann Smith.  “Nurse Perceptions of Their Educational
                        Preparation as Patient Educator.”  M.S. thesis, Texas Woman’s University,
                        1993.
           
Bruce, Brown, and Bellomy.  Project Analysis:  Proposed Construction, 1968-69

                       
Biennium:  East Texas Tuberculosis Hospital, Tyler, Texas
.  Tyler, TX: 
                       
Bruce, Brown and Bellomy, [1966?]
*          Burks, Loyd.  "Some of the Early Physicians of Tyler."  East Texas Family Records
                        6 no. 2 (Summer 1982):  44.  [1873-1874]
+          Clark, Carrie.  “Celebrating the ETMC Regional Healthcare System.”  Tyler Today
                        (Winter 2001):  98-99.
+          Collins, Sara.  “University Park Hospital:  Efficiency and Aesthetics in a Psychiatric
                        Treatment Center.”  Tyler Magazine (Spring/Summer 1985):  28-29.
           
Cortines, Alona Cheryl.  “Program Design for the Control of Tobacco Smoking
                       
Among Subjects of the Tyler (Texas) Asbestos Workers Study.”  M.P.H.
                       
thesis, University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, School of
                       
Public Health, 1976.
           
Countryman, Carol.  "Bubba's Got AIDS:  An East Texas County in Denial." 
                       
Texas Observer 86 no. 3 (February 11, 1994):  6-8.
*%#+   Cushman, Jenny.  “The Medical and Surgical Clinic, Tyler.”  Chronicles of Smith

                       
County, Texas
33 no. 2 (Winter 1994):  4-10.
%         Doctors Wives Research.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        Boxex.
*         
East Texas Medical Center.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*%#+   Gajda, Patricia A.  “Mother Frances Hospital:  The Sisters of the Holy Family of
                       
Nazareth and  Fifty Years of Service.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas
                       
26 no. 2 (Winter 1987):  1-11, back cover.
           
Ghent, H. C.  A Few Observations on the Use of Chloroform in Natural Labor;

                       
or, Obstetrical Practice.  Read Before the Texas State Medical
                       
Association, at Tyler, Texas, April, 1883
.  Galveston, TX:  Jno. E. Baily,
                       
Commercial Printer, 1883.
*         
Gold-Headed Cane Awards.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH CENTER
                        AT TYLER,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/UU/kcu46.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).
           
Heaton, Fred W.  "A Regional Health Center for Tyler, Texas."  B.Arch. thesis,
                       
Texas Tech University, 1971.
*          History of Tyler’s Hospitals & Auxiliary Facilities.  Tyler:  Smith County
                        Medical Society Alliance, 1994.
*         
Hospice of East Texas.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
%         Hospitals, Miscellaneous.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Public Services.

           
Management Services Associates.  An Analysis of Medical and Health Related

                        Activities of Tyler-Smith County Medical Care Area. 
Austin: 
                       
Management Services Associates, 1969.  Held by Texas Woman’s
                        University, University of Texas at Austin, UT El Paso, West Texas A&M
                        University.
*#+     McDonald, C. C. Medicine in Our Town.  Fort Worth:  Branch-Smith, 1975.
*          __________.  Medicine in Our Town.  TS, 1975.  Photocopy.
%         Medical and Doctors.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Public Services.
%         Medical Center Hospital.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Public Services.
*          "Members of County Medical Societies in 1905."  Records of East Texas 1 no.
                        4 (July 1967):  171-172.  [Includes Smith County]
%         Mother Frances Hospital.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society
                        Archives.  See folder under Public Services.
*         
Mother Frances Hospital.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*+        Nixon, Pat Ireland.  The Medical Story of Early Texas, 1828-1853.  Lancaster,
                        Pennsylvania:  Lancaster Press, 1946.
*         
Northeast Texas Public Health District.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See
                        folder under Smith County Health and Welfare Services.

%         Patterson Memorial Hospital.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society
                        Archives.  See folder under Public Services.

           
Peek, Lillian.  Team Work on the Home Front:  The Story of a Program of

                       
Education in Which the Entire Community Works Together to Provide for
                       
the Health and Well-Being of All
.  Austin, TX:  Hogg Foundation, 1943.
*%#+
   “Physicians in Smith County, 1864.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 2 no. 2
                       
(Fall 1963):  21-22.

           
Prather, Robert J.  "A Study of Purchasing and Supply Control at Mother Frances
                       
Hospital, Tyler, Texas."  M.H.A. thesis, Baylor University, 1972.
*#+      Red, George Plunkett.  The Medicine Man in Texas.  Houston:  Standard, 1930. 
           
Simons Associates.  Project Analysis PA-666-6:  Regional Office & Laboratory

                       
Building, Tyler, Texas
.  Tyler, TX:  Simons Associates, 1972.
           
Smith County Council on Adolescent Pregnancy.  Choosing Directions.  Tyler,
                       
TX:  SCCAP, 1988-
*         
Smith County Medical Society.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Stewart Blood Bank.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.

           
"Teaching the Healing Arts:  Benefits of Medical Education Extend to Texas
                       
Communities But Some Areas Still Underserved [University of Texas
                       
Health Center at Tyler]."  Fiscal Notes 93 no. 10 (October 1993):  13-16.
*         
Texas Medical Rangers.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
           
Texas.  State Building Commission.  Project Analysis for Project No. PA-666-9: 

                       
Expansion of Permanent Facilities, East Texas Chest Hospital, Tyler,
                       
Texas:  1976-1977 Biennium
.  Austin:  The Commission, [1974?]
           
Texas.  Department of Health Resources.  Region 7:  Tyler, Texas.  [Austin, TX]: 
                       
The Department, 1977.
           
Texas. State Building Commission.  Supplemental Project Analysis for Project

                       
No. PA-666-3 (70-71):  Dining Room Area for East Texas State
                       
Tuberculosis Hospital, Tyler, Texas and Project No. PA-673-8 (70-1)
                       
Patient and Employee Dining Room, San Antonio State Tuberculosis
                       
Hospital, San Antonio, Texas
.  [Austin, TX:  State Building Commission,
                       
1969.
           
Trinity Mother Frances Health System.  “Making History in East Texas.” 
                       
http://www.tmfhs.org/history.php.  Accessed 9 March 2006.
*         
Trinity Mother Frances Hospital.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folder
                        under Mother Frances Hospital.
*          Tyler Faith-Based Clinic.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Tyler Surgical Sanitarium.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folder under
                        Hospitals.

*          United Way INFO Line.  Quick Search:  A Resource Guide of All Health and

                       
Human Resources in Tyler/Smith County
.  Tyler, TX:  United Way of
                       
Tyler/Smith County, 1995-1996, 1997-1998, 2000, 2002.
%         University of Texas Health Center, Tyler.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical
                        Society Archives.  See folder under Public Services.
*         
University of Texas Health Center at Tyler.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
+          Wiggins, Marty.  “Red-Letter Year for the Heart.”  Tyler Magazine (Spring/
                        Summer 1984):  23-26, 31.
           
Williams, Christopher Columbus.  "The Work of the Tyler-Smith County Health
                       
Unit in the Prevention of Communicable Diseases."  M.Ed. thesis,
                       
University of Texas, 1939.  

MILITARY—GENERAL.  See also CIVIL WAR, SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR, WORLD WAR I, WORLD WAR II, KOREAN WAR, VIETNAM WAR
*          American Legion.  Favre Baldwin Post #12.  Men and Women in the Armed

           
            Forces from Smith County
.  [Tyler?:  American Legion?, 1950?
*          Boehms, Judy, et al, eds.  We Remember:  Memoirs of Marvin Veterans.  Tyler,
           
            TX:  Marvin United Methodist Church, 2001.
+          “East Texas Servicemen:  Our Family Over Seas.”  Tyler Today (Winter 1990): 
                        30-40.
%         Military--Miscellaneous.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Military.

           
“Military Sites” [Historical Markers]. 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/histmark/military.html.  Accessed 9
                       
March 2006.
*          [National  Guard of the State of Texas.]  Historical and Pictorial Review.  Baton
                        Rouge:  Army and Navy, 1940.
*         
Operation Desert Storm.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
%         Veterans Organizations and Auxiliaries.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society
                        Archives.  See folder under Military.
%         Veterans Reunions.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Military.
*          Wyatt, Tula Townsend.  The American Legion Auxiliary, Department of Texas:  A

                        History, 1920-1940
.  Austin:  Von Boeckman-Jones, 1940.  

MOVIES
*         
Black Film Collection (Tyler, TX).  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
           
"Buried Treasures [black film collection].  Southpoint 1 no. 3 (Dec. 1989):  7.        
           
Carstarphen, Meta G.  “Rare Films:  The Tyler, Texas Treasure Trove.  American

                        Visions
4 no. 3 (1989):  36-38.
            Furse, P. J.  “A Look Back at the Tyler Theatre.”  Tyler Today (Fall 1992):  34-37.
           
Jones, G. William.  Black Cinema Treasures:  Lost and Found.  Denton: 

                        University of North Texas Press, 1991.
*%#+   Kennedy, Johnnye Pierce.  “Movie Theaters in Tyler:  The First Forty Years.” 
                       
Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 24 no. 2 (Winter 1985):  19-36.

%         Movie Theaters.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Miscellaneous.

*%#+   “The Movies Come to Tyler, March 7, 1898.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas
                        6 no. 1 (Spring 1967):  back cover.
%         Movies Made in Smith County.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society
                        Archives.  See folder under Miscellaneous.
*         
Moving Pictures.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*         
Theaters.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public LIbrary.
           
The Tyler, Texas Black Film Collection.  [S.l.]:  Southwest Film/Video Archives,
                        1985.  

MUSIC
+          Burton, Morris.  “The Melody Lingers On…”  Tyler Life 2 no. 3 (December 1985): 
                        18-19, 70.  [Estelle Burns]
*%#+   Burton, Morris.  “Tyler’s Music Man.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 6 no.
           
            2 (Fall 1967):  1-9.  [Doc Witt]
%          Catalogue:  East Texas Conservatory of Music, 1905.  Archives, SCHS. 
*%#+    __________.Published in Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 14 no. 1(Summer
                        1975):  13-24.
%         Coterie Music Club.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See Boxes.
+          “Denniston, George.  “East Texas Music Makers.”  Tyler Today (Spring 1993): 
                        12-15.
*          East Texas Regional Symphony Orchestra:  Programs and Notes.  vol. 1, no. 1
                        (1950-    ).
*         
East Texas Symphony Orchestra.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
%         East Texas Symphony Programs.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        Boxes.
*%#+   Ferrell, Brainard Sherwin.  “’Sing it Out’:  Mick  Ferrell and His Smith County
                       
Singing Schools.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 15 no. 2 (Winter
           
            1976):  46-54.
*%#+   Gilbert, Alice.  “An Interview with the East Texas Serenaders.”  Chronicles of

                        Smith County, Texas
35 no. 1 (Summer 1996):  7-8.
*%#+   Greer, Jane Judge.  “Tyler Symphony Orchestra, 1936-1942.”  Chronicles of

                       
Smith County, Texas
24 no. 1 (Summer 1985):  11-19.
           
Harris, Mark.  "A Tyler Virtuoso" [cellist Ralph Kirshbaum].  Ultra 8 no. 9 (May
                        1989):  46-48.
*         
Lambert, Miranda.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folder under Music.
*%#+   Loftis, Margaret George.  “East Texas Symphony Orchestra, 1950-    .” 

                        Chronicles of Smith County, Texas
24 no. 1 (Summer 1985):  20-25.
+          Mallory, Randy.  “Fiddlin’ Around With Johnny Gimble.”  Tyler Life 2 no. 2
                        (November 1985):  44-45.
+          Mallory, Randy.  “The Maestro’s Touch.”  Tyler Life 2 no. 3 (December
                        1985):  36.  [Robert Austin, East Texas Symphony Orchestra]
+          Mallory, Randy.  “Sing Me Back Home:  Country Music in East Texas, Part One: 
                        The Early Years.”  Tyler Life 2 no. 1 (October 1985):  30-35.
+          Mallory, Randy.  “Sing Me Back Home:  Part Two:  Ray Price.”  Tyler Life 2 no.
                        2 (November 1985):  41-43, 68.
+          Mallory, Randy.  “Spud.”  Tyler Life 2 no. 1 (October 1985):  34-35.  [Spud
                        Goodall]
            McEntee, Tom.  “Perfect Stranger.”  Tyler Today (Winter 1996):  10-12.
*         
Music.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
%         Music Coterie.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Clubs.
%         Musicians.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Miscellaneous.
*%#+   Powell, Fred.  “The East Texas Serenaders.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas
                        35 no. 1 (Summer 1996):  6.
%         Sacred Harp.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Clubs, Organizations.
           
Service, Debbie.  “Mr. Jazz:  George Faber.”  Tyler Today (Spring 1994):  16-17.
*         
Song.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
           
"Symphony Soiree [photoessay on Women's Symphony League Ball].  Ultra

                        (November 1988):  74.

*          Tyler Civic Chorale. 
A Series of Thirteen Taped Concerts. . .  [no other
                        information in catalog]

*         
Tyler Civic Chorale.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*%#+   Wilkins, James.  “The King Comes to Tyler:  1955.”  Chronicles of Smith County,

                        Texas
28 no. 2 (Winter 1999):  back cover.
*%#+    Wilkins, James.  “Music from Our Past:  The McClain-Pickering Bell Quartet.” 

                        Chronicles of Smith County, Texas
38 no. 2 (Winter 1999):  14-15.  
*         
Women’s Symphony League.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.

NATURAL RESOURCES  
*         
Air Quality.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library. 
           
Air Quality in Longview-Tyler-Marshall.  [Austin, Tex.]:  Texas Natural Resource
                        Conservation Commission, 1997.
           
Bentson, Chris B.  “Shoal Reservoirs of the Pettit Formation (Lower Cretaceous)
                        in the East Texas Oil Field, Rusk and Smith Counties, Texas.”  B.S. thesis,
                        Baylor University, 1984.
*         
Bird Sanctuary.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
           
Blakey, James F. and Skinner, P. W.  A Network for Continuous Monitoring of

                       
Water Quality in the Sabine River Basin, Texas and Louisiana
.  [Austin,
                       
TX?]:  U. S. Geological Survey, 1973-5.
           
Bowman, Bob.  The  Gift of Las Sabinas:  The History of the Sabine River

                        Authority of Texas, 1949-1999
.  Lufkin, TX:  Best of East Texas
                        Publishers, 1999.
*%#+   Bowman, Bob.  “The Neches River.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 22 no. 1
                       
(Summer 1983):  8-12.
           
Broadhurst, W. L.  Result of Pumping Test of Municipal Wells at Tyler, Texas. 
                       
Washington:  U. S. Geological Survey, 1944. 
+          Brune, Gunnar.  Springs of Texas.  2 vols.  Fort Worth:  Branch-Smith, n.d.
           
Cronin, Cynthia Ellis.  “Depositional Environments of the Rodessa Member of
                       
the Lower Glen Rose Formation (Lower Cretaceous) in the West Tyler
                       
Turtle Structure Anticline, Smith and Henderson Counties, Texas.”  M.S.
                       
thesis, Baylor University, 1990.
           
Dillard, Joe W.  Availability and Quality of Ground Water in Smith County,

                       
Texas
.  Austin:  Texas Water Commission, 1963.
           
East Texas Geological Society.  Field Trip:  February 25, 1939:  Road Log of

                       
Claiborne Field Trip, Tyler, Texas, to Natchitoches Louisiana
.  [S.l.:  s.n.,
                       
1939].
           
Fraps, G. S.  Soils of Bell, Jefferson, Smith, Taylor and Web Counties.  College
                       
Station, TX:  Texas Agricultural Experiment Stations, 1922.  Held by
                       
Baylor University Library.
*          Gibraltar Chemical Resources Inc.:  Comments and Exhibits on Environmental

                        Protection Agency’s July 10, 1992, Public Notice Request for Comments: 
                       
(Filed September 30, 1992).
  Tyler:  Marshall, 1992.
            Handbook of Texas Online
, s.v. "BLACK FORK CREEK,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/BB/rbbem.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).

            Handbook of Texas Online
, s.v. "DUCK CREEK,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/DD/rbdav.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).

            Handbook of Texas Online
, s.v. "EAST MILL CREEK,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/EE/rbead.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).

            Handbook of Texas Online
, s.v. "HARRIS CREEK,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/HH/rbh36.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).

            Handbook of Texas Online
, s.v. "HUBBARD BRANCH,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/HH/rbhct.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).

            Handbook of Texas Online
, s.v. "INDIAN CREEK,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/II/rbi22.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).

            Handbook of Texas Online
, s.v. "LITTLE SALINE CREEK,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/LL/rbl87.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).

            Handbook of Texas Online
, s.v. "MILL CREEK,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/MM/rbmez.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).

            Handbook of Texas Online
, s.v. "MUD CREEK,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/MM/rbmcj.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).

            Handbook of Texas Online
, s.v. "NORTH PRAIRIE CREEK,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/NN/rbn37.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).

            Handbook of Texas Online
, s.v. "OLD SABINE RIVER CHANNEL,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/OO/rno6.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).

            Handbook of Texas Online
, s.v. "PRAIRIE CREEK,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/PP/rbpcq.html

                        (accessed March 7, 2006).

            Handbook of Texas Online
, s.v. "PRAIRIE CREEK,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/PP/rbpcp.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).

            Handbook of Texas Online
, s.v. "PRAIRIE CREEK,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/PP/rbpcn.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).

            Handbook of Texas Online
, s.v. "RABBIT CREEK,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/RR/rbr1.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).

            Handbook of Texas Online
, s.v. "ROCK CREEK,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/RR/rbr77.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).

            Handbook of Texas Online
, s.v. "SALINE CREEK,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/SS/rbs15.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).

            Handbook of Texas Online
, s.v. "VILLAGE CREEK,"
               
        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/VV/rbv20.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).

            Handbook of Texas Online
, s.v. "VILLAGE CREEK,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/VV/rbv26.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).

            Handbook of Texas Online
, s.v. "WEST MUD CREEK,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/WW/rbw58.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).

            Handbook of Texas Online
, s.v. "WIGGINS CREEK,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/WW/rbwdb.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).
+          Hatherly, Don T.  Soil Survey of Smith County, Texas.  [Washington, DC?]: 
                       
United States Department of Agriculture, Soil Conservation Service,
                        [1994].
           
Herndon, J. H.  “Smith County.”  Second Annual Report of the Geological Survey

                       
of Texas, 1890, 
p. 204-224. 
                       
http://www.lib.utexas.edu/books/dumble/publications/08/08b204a.html. 
                       
Accessed 9 March 2006.

           
Herndon, W. S.  Iron in East Texas:  And Related Material, Tyler, Texas?,

                       
[1887?]
.  Manuscript in Hubert Howe Bancroft Collection, University of
                       
California, Berkeley.

           
Hill, Richard Wayne, II.  “Native Foliage Responses to Different Silvicultural
                        Systems for Shortleaf-Loblolly Pine in East Texas:  Economic
                        Implications for White-Tailed Deer and Cattle Management.”  M.S.F.
                        thesis, Stephen F. Austin State University, 1995.
           
Lauman, Jeffrey Dwight.  “The Carrizo Aquifer/Formation of Smith County, East
                        Texas.”  M.S. thesis, Stephen F. Austin State University, 1994.
*         
Lignite.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
           
Lopez-Gonzalez, Jose Alberto.  "Determination of Variations in the Chemical
                       
Composition of Rainfall in Several Regions of Texas Through the Use of
                       
an Automated Sequential Sampler and Analyzer."  Ph.D. dissertation,
                       
University of Texas at Austin, 1982.  [Includes Tyler]
           
Lovelady, Harold Trevor.  “The Physicochemical Water Quality and Heavy Metal
                        Content of Two Streams Located Near a Deep-Well Injection Facility in
                        Smith County, Texas.”  M.S. thesis, Stephen F. Austin State University,
                        1995.
*          Marshall, Fred H., comp.  Independent Study of Gibraltar Chemical Company,

                        Winona, Texas:  Injection of Class 1 Toxic Waste Fluids Into the
                        Woodbine Formation. 
Tyler:  Marshall, 1992-
           
Mills, Willard B.  Travel Times for Solutes:  Upper Sabine River Basin, Texas,

                       
April 16-30, 1972
.  [Austin, TX?:  U. S. Geological Survey, 1972.
            Motheral, Joe R.  "Mineral Rights and Land Prices, Smith County, Texas." 
                       
College Station, TX:  Texas Agricultural Experiment Station, 1947.  Held
                       
by West Texas A&M University.

+          Nature Trails of the Nature Center:  East Texas Ecological Education Center at

                        Tyler
.  Austin:  Texas Parks & Wildlife, 1997?
%         Old Alcalde Pecan Tree.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Miscellaneous.
*%#+   Peters, Robert K.  “Notes on Tyler’s Climate.”  Chronicles of Smith County,

                       
Texas
24 no. 1 (Summer 1985):  9-10.
*          Petition for Exemption Sections 12 & 13, Gibraltar Chemical Resources, Inc. 

                        Tyler:  Marshall, 1992.

            Powers, Sidney, and Oliver B. Hopkins.  "The Brooks, Steen and Grand Saline
                        Salt Domes, Smith and Van Zandt Counties, Texas."  U. S. Geological Survey
                        Bulletin
.  Washington:  GPO, 1922.  pp. 179-239.

+          Preston, Richard D. and Stephen W. Moore.  Evaluation of Ground Water

                        Resources in the Vicinity of the Cities of Henderson, Jacksonville, Kilgore,
                        Lufkin, Nacogdoches, Rusk, and Tyler in East Texas
.  Austin:  Texas
                        Water Development Board, [1991].
*         
Salt Resources.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Schaumburg & Polk.  Regional Water Plan for the East Texas Region.  Jasper,
                       
TX:  Schaumburg & Polk, 2000.   Part of Smith County included in
                       
region.

            Schoeman, L. R.  Soil Survey of Smith County, Texas.  Washington:  GPO, 1917. 

                        Includes important, very detailed, very large map of Smith County, 1915.
           
Sewell, Brian Douglas.  “Patterns of Corbicula Fluminea Spread in East Texas.” 
                       
M.S. thesis, Stephen F. Austin State University, 2003.
*         
Smith County Environmental (also TCEQ).  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Soil Survey.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.

           
Stenzel, H. B.  Ball Clay of the Troup District, Texas bound with Characteristics

                       
of Texas Ball Clay Near Troup
, by F. K. Pence.  Austin:  University of
                       
Texas, Bureau of Economic Geology.  Research Laboratory in Ceramics,
                       
1950.  Held by Southern Methodist University.
           
Strecker, John Kern.  Notes on the Herpetology of the East Texas Timber Belt:  2. 

                       
Henderson County Amphibians and Reptiles
.  Waco, TX:  Baylor
                       
University Press, 1926.  Bound with his Reptiles from Lindale, Smith

                       
County, Texas
; and On the Habits and Variations of Pseudacris Ornata
                       
(Holbrook)
.  Held by Baylor University Library.
*         
TCEQ—Texas Commission on Environmental Quality.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public
                        Library.

+          Telfair,  Raymond Clark.  Landscape Components of the Nature Center, East

                        Texas Ecological Education Center, Tyler, Texas
.  Austin:  Texas Parks &
                        Wildlife, 1999.
+          Telfair, Raymond Clark.  Understanding the Nature Center as an Ecosystem, East

                        Texas Ecological Education Center, Tyler, Texas
.  Austin:  Texas Parks &
                        Wildlife, 1999.
 
          Texas Board of Water Engineers.  Smith County, Texas:  Records of Wells,

                        Drillers’ Logs, Water Analyses, and Map Showing Location of Wells
. 
                        Austin:  State Board of  Water Engineers, 1937.
           
Texas.  Division of Emergency Management.  The State of Texas Hazard

                       
Mitigation Plan for Anderson County, Burleson County, Cherokee County,
                       
Lee County, Leon County, Madison County, Panola County, Shelby
                       
County, Upshur County, and Smith County, Precincts 2 & 3:  Affected by
                       
Severe Storms and Tornadoes During the Period November 15 through
                       
16, 1987
.  [Austin, TX]:  Division of Emergency Management, Texas
                       
Dept. of Public Safety, [1988].
*          Texas.  Water Development Board.  Major and Historical Springs of Texas. 
                       
Austin:  Texas Water Development Board, 1975.
           
Texas Water Quality Board.  Interim Water Quality Plan for Tyler, Texas in Smith

                       
County in Neches River Basin
.  Austin:  The Board, 1971.
*         
Trees.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
%         Trees, Hubbard Ginkgo.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Miscellaneous.
*         
Tyler—Blackfork Creek—Floodplain Information.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public
                        Library.

           
United States. Army.  Corps of Engineers.  Flood Plain Information, Black Fork

                        Creek, Tyler, Texas
.  Fort Worth:  Corps of Engineers, 1973.
           
United States.  Bureau of Soils.  Advance Sheets—Field Operations of the Bureau

                       
of Soils
.  Washington:  U.S. Government Printing Office, 1900-    .  No.
                       
22.  Smith County.
%         Waterways in Tyler.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives. 
                        See folder under Miscellaneous.

           
Watson, Michael Robert.  “The Physicochemical Limnology of Greenbriar
                        Reservoir at Tyler, Texas.”  M.S. thesis, Stephen F. Austin State
                        University, 1997.
%         Weather.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Miscellaneous.

           
Weathers, Wade M.  “Depositional Environments and Structural Factors
                        Controlling Petroleum Production from the Lower Cretaceous Paluxy
                        Sandstone:  Smith and Wood Counties, East Texas.”  M.S. thesis, Baylor
                        University, 1988.
%         Wildlife & Fauna.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Miscellaneous.

*&#+  
Woldert, Will A.  “Old Alcalde Pecan Tree, Tyler, Texas.”  Chronicles of Smith

                       
County, Texas
26 no. 2 (Winter 1987):  14-16.
           
Word, O. C.  Hydrologic Studies:  Compilation of Rainfall and Run-Off Data

                       
From the Watersheds of the Arkansas-Louisiana-East Texas Sandy Lands
                       
Conservation Experiment Station, Tyler, Texas, 1931-39
.  N.p.:  United
                       
States.  Soil Conservation Service, n.d.  

NEWSPAPERS
%         
Apache-Lion Pow-Wow
[Tyler, TX].  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  Oct.
                        16, 1931; Nov. 23, 1931; Dec. 21, 1931; Feb 10, 1932; March 23, 1932.
%         Apache Pow-Wow [Tyler, TX].  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  Dec. 9,
                        1930; April 17, 1931; May 8, 1931; May 21, 1931.
%         The Argent.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  November 14, 1896.
%         
The Arp Press [Arp, TX].  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  Box downstairs. 
                        dates?
*%#+   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]

*%#+   Betts, Vicki.  “Newspaper Notes, A Continuation:  Gleaning Smith County

                       
Happenings from Area Newspapers:  Crime & Punishment.”  Chronicles

           
            of Smith County, Texas
28 no. 1 (Summer 1989):  35-53.  [1860-1876]
*%#+   Betts, Vicki.  “Newspaper Notes, A Continuation:  Gleaning Smith County

                       
Happenings from Area Newspapers:  Transportation.”  Chronicles of

           
            Smith County, Texas
29 no. 1 (Summer 1990):  22-34.  [1860-1875]
*%#+   Betts, Vicki.  “Newspaper Notes, A Continuation:  Gleaning Smith County
                       
Happenings from Area Newspapers:  Human Interest.”  Chronicles of

                       
Smith County, Texas
29 no. 2 (Winter 1990):  11-16.  [1860-1875]
*%#+   Betts, Vicki.  “Newspaper Notes, A Continuation:  Gleaning Smith County
                       
Happenings from Area Newspapers:  Newspapers.”  Chronicles of Smith

                       
County, Texas
31 no. 1 (Summer 1992):  36-44.  [1860-1875]
*%#+   Betts, Vicki.  “Newspaper Notes, a Continuation:  Gleaning Smith County

                 
      Happenings from Area Newspapers:  Businesses & Communications.” 
                 
      Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 32 no. 1 (Summer 1993):  24-36. 

                       
[1860-1875]
*%#+   Betts, Vicki.  “Newspaper Notes, A Continuation:  Gleaning Smith County
                       
Happenings from Area Newspapers:  Politics & Elections.”  Chronicles of

                       
Smith County, Texas
33 no. 1 (Summer 1994):  26-37, 42-48. [1860-1875]
*%#+   Betts, Vicki.  “Newspaper Notes, A Continuation:  Gleaning Smith County
                       
Happenings from  Area Newspapers:  Military Reconstruction.” 
                       
Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 34 no. 1 (Summer 1995):  31-37. 
                       
[1865-1870]
*%#+   Betts, Vicki.  “Newspaper Notes, A Continuation:  Gleaning Smith County
           
            Happenings from Area Newspapers:  Civil War Military.”  Chronicles of

           
            Smith County, Texas
34 no. 2 (Winter 1995):  9-20.
*%#+   Betts, Vicki.  “Newspaper Notes, A Continuation:  Gleaning Smith County
                       
Happenings from Area Newspapers:  Miscellaneous.”  Chronicles of Smith

                       
County, Texas
35 no. 2 (Winter 1996):  18-24.  [1860-1875]
%        
Daily Courier [Tyler, TX].  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  May 2, 1899;
                        Dec. 6, 1899; May 13, 1901; June 5, 1901; August 6, 1901; Sept 2, 1901;
                        May 2, 1902; Daily Courier, 1902 and 1903 (various political speeches); May
                        16, 1903; August 22, 1903; Sept 1, 1903; October 13, 1903; February 8,
                        1904; August 6, 1906.
*          The Daily Courier (Tyler).  2 May 1899; 13 May, 5 June, 6 Aug., 2 Dept., 1901;
                        18 Mar.; 12, 16, 21, 24, 28, 30 Apr.; 1, 2, 10, 12, 16, 17, 19, 22, 24, May
                        1902; 1 Sept. 1903; 8 Feb. 1904.  Microfilm.
%          
Daily Courier Times [Tyler, TX].  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  Bound
                        volumes:  November 28, 1910-April 1911; May 1, 1911-August 31, 1911;
                        Sept 1, 1911-Dec. 30, 1911; May 1, 1912-August 31, 1912; Sept 1, 1912-
                        Dec. 31, 1912; May 1, 1913-June 30, 1913; Sept 2, 1913-Oct. 31, 1913;
                        Jan 1, 1913-Mar. 10, 1913; March 11, 1913-April 30, 1913; July 1, 1913-
                        August 30, 1913; Nov. 1, 1913-Dec. 31, 1913; Jan. 1, 914-Mar. 30, 1914;
                        April 1, 1914-June 30, 1914; July 1, 1914-Sept. 30, 1914; Oct. 1, 1914-Dec.
                        31, 1914; Jan. 1, 1915-Mar. 1915; April 1, 1915-June 1915; July 1, 1915-
                        Sept 1915; Oct. 1, 1915-Dec. 1915; Jan 1, 1916-Mar. 1916; April 3, 1916-
                        June 1916; July 1916-Sept 1916; Oct. 1916-Dec. 1916; Jan. 1917-March
                        1917; April 1917-June 1917; July 1917-Sept 1917; Oct 1917-Dec. 1917;
                        Jan 1918-March 1918; November 11, 1918; July 1920-Sept 1920; Sept 1920-
                        Dec. 1920; Oct. 1, 1920-Dec. 31, 1920; Jan. 1921-March 1921; April 1921-
                        June 1921; July 1921-Sept 1921; Oct. 1921-Dec. 1921; Jan. 1922-March
                        1922; April 1922-June 1922; July 1922-Sept. 1922; Oct. 1922-Dec. 1922;
                        Jan. 1923-March 1923; April 1923-June 1923.  Loose copies:  Aug 21, 1908;
                        February 10, 1909; July 5, 1909; July 6, 1909; July 7, 1909; October 14, 1909;
                        October 21, 1909; Feb 24, 1911; Feb 25, 1911; Feb. 27, 1911; Feb 28, 1911;
                        March 1, 1911; March 2, 1911; March 3, 1911; March 4, 1911; March 6, 1911;
                        March 7, 1911; March 8, 1911; March 9, 1911; March 10, 1911; March 11, 1911;
                        March 13, 1911; March 14, 1911; March 15, 1911; March 16, 1911; March 17,
                        1911; March 18, 1911; March 20, 1911; March 21, 1911; March 22, 1911; March
                        23, 1911; March 24, 1911; March 25, 1911; March 27, 1911; March 28, 1911;
                        March 29, 1911; March 30, 1911; March 31, 1911; April 1, 1911; April 3, 1911;
                        April 4, 1911; April 5, 1911; April 6, 1911; April 7, 1911; April 8, 1911; April 10,
                        1911; April 11, 1911; April 12, 1911; April 13, 1911; April 14, 1911; April 15, 1911;
                        April 17, 1911; April 18, 1911; April 19, 1911; April 20, 1911; April 21, 1911;
                        April 22, 1911; April 24, 1911; April 25, 1911; April 26, 1911; April 27, 1911;
                        April 28, 1911; April 29, 1911; June 2, 1911; June 17, 1913; February 7, 1916;
                        March 2, 1917; November 11, 1918; June 14, 1919; October 1, 1921; October 26,
                        1922; August 3, 1923; February 14, 1925;
May 20, 1925; November 30, 1925;
                        April 28, 1929; April 30, 1929; March 18, 1937.
            Daily Courier-Times
(Tyler).  5-10 July 1903.  “Home-Coming Edition.”  Rpt. 
                       
Chronicles of Smith County, Texas
, 8 no. 1 (Spring 1969): 22-37.
%        
Daily Democrat-Reporter [Tyler, TX], March 27 [year not clear].  Smith County
                        Historical Society Archives.  Newspaper Box 4.
%         Democrat and Reporter [Tyler, TX].  Smith County Historical Society Archives. 
                        Supplement, ca. 1880.  2 pp.; July 22, 1882; June 27, 1889; July 26, 1889;
                        August 2, 1890; August 25, 1890; August 26, 1890; September 26, 1893; October
                        26, 1893; January 2, 1894; July 7, 1894; August 8, 1894; November 17, 1894; June
                        11, 1895; May 1, 1899; October 26, 1899; February 24, 1900; March 26, 1901;
                        April 29, 1902; August 31, 1903; August 8, 1905.
*          The Daily Democrat-Reporter (Tyler).  26 Sept., 27 Oct., 1893; 1 May, 26 Oct.,
                        1899; 31 Aug. 1903.  Microfilm.
           
East Texas Baptist.  Tyler, TX:  George W. Keeling, 1928-1990s.
%        
Evening Democrat-Reporter [Tyler, TX].  Smith County Historical Society Archives. 
                        March 20, 1893; March 1, 1895; May 2, 1895; June 10, 1895; June 13, 1895;
                        June 14, 1895; August 31, 1895; September 7, 1895; December 28, 1895; January
                        14, 1896; January 18, 1896; March 13, 1896; March 17, 1897; May 31, 1897.
*+        The Evening Times (Tyler).  20 Jan. [____.]  Microfilm.
*          Lindale News.  1965-1983.  Microfilm.
%        
Lion’s Tale [Tyler, TX].  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  Vol. 7  Special
                        education [date?].
%        
The Morning Bandana.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  August 1, 1888.
%         
The Morning News.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  February 27, 1897;
                        February 27, 1897.

*          The Morning News (Tyler).  27 Feb. 1897.  Microfilm.
%         
Morning Telegram.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  March 1895 [date
                        not clear]; May 17, 1895.
%         National Index [Tyler, TX].  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  August 14, 1869;
                        February 20, 1880.

%         Newspaper Excerpts Betts.  Manuscript.  Smith County Historical Society
                        Archives.
%         Newspapers.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Business.

            The Omen Omelet
(Omen).  7 Dec. 1901.  Reprinted in Chronicles of Smith 
                       
County, Texas
16 no. 1 (Summer 1977):  29-32.
           
“A Paper From Our Past.”  Chronicles of Smith  County, Texas 34 no. 2 (Winter
                        1995):  back cover.  [Tyler Reporter, March 31, 1864, page 4]

            The Phoenix
(Tyler).  4 July 1971-    .  (Hippies).  Held by University of Kansas.
*          The Record (Tyler) [?].  June 1899.
           
The Rustler (Omen).  1 March 1889.  Reprinted in Chronicles of Smith County,

           
            Texas
16 no. 1 (Summer 1977):  25-28.
%        
Semi-Weekly Courier [Tyler, TX].  Smith County Historical Society Archives. 
                        December 23, 1908; January 20, 1909.

*          Semi-Weekly Courier (Tyler).  6 Oct. 1909-30 Dec. 1910.  Microfilm.
%        
Semi-Weekly Courier-Times [Tyler, TX].  Smith County Historical Society
                        Archives.  July 7, 1909; July 10, 1909; October 12, 1910; December 3,
                        1910; December 10, 1910; December 14, 1910; December 17, 1910;
                        November 28, 1910-December 30, 1911.
*+        Semi-Weekly Courier-Times (Tyler).  6 Oct. 1909-30 Dec. 1910.  Microfilm.
%        
Semi-Weekly Democrat Reporter [Tyler, TX].  Smith County Historical Society
                        Archives.  July 25, 1905.
%         Signal Corps Detachment [Tyler, TX].  Smith County Historical Society Archives. 
                        Dec. 26, 1942
%        
Smith County News [Tyler, TX].  Smith County Historical Society Archives. 
                        May 29, 1985; June 12, 1985; June 26, 1985; Aug. 14, 1985; Aug. 28,
                        1985; Sept 4, 1985; Oct. 2, 1985; Oct. 9, 1985; Oct. 23, 1985; Oct. 30,
                        1985; Nov. 6, 1985; Nov. 13, 1985; Nov. 20, 1985; Dec. 11, 1985; Jan.
                        1, 1986.
%        
Smith County Weekly [Tyler, TX].  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  June
                        16, 1978-October 6, 1978.

            Steele, Jeri J.  “Some Abstracts of Articles from Daily Courier-Times, Tyler, TX,
                       
1910.”  http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/special/steele1.html. 
                       
Accessed 13 March 2006.
%        
Sunday Courier Times Telegraph [Tyler, TX].  Smith County Historical Society
                        Archives.  Jan. 31, 1932; September 26, 1937—anniversary edition; March 5,
                        1939—Mayer & Schmidt; December 7, 1941; May 16, 1943—Camp Fannin;
                        March 26, 1944.
%        
TJC Apache PowWow [Tyler, TX].  Smith County Historical Society Archives. 
                        Spring 1957 through 2005, some 1940s, not complete but plentiful.
%         Tri-County Leader/Troup Leader [Troup, TX].  Smith County Historical Society
                        Archives.  November 9, 1989; October 31, 1991-December 2005.

*          Tri-County Leader.  Whitehouse, TX:  Bluebonnet Pub. Co., 2003-
*          Troup Banner.  1903-1977.  Microfilm.
*          Troupe [Troup] Banner.  6 Jan. 1905; 3 Aug., 2] Sept., 7, 14, Dec., 1933; 10, 17,
                        24 Jan., 7, 14, 21, 28 Feb., 7, 14 Mar., 4, 11 Apr. 1935.
*          Troupe [Troup] Verbena.  25 Jan. 1989 [check—past this bib]
*          Tyler American.  5, 19, 26 May; 16 June 1922.  Microfilm.
           
"Tyler and Smith County, Texas:  Newspaper Articles About Tyler and Smith
           
            County, Texas."  Includes transcriptions of Tyler Telegraph, March 27,
           
            1852 and November 5, 1852; Tyler Reporter, scattered issues 1855-1864;
           
            articles about Tyler and Smith County from assorted newspapers, 1860-
           
            1875; Tyler Democrat, August 15, 1874; Articles about Tyler and Smith
           
            County from the Texas Christian Advocate, 1851-1900. 
           
            http://www.uttyl.edu/vbetts/tyler.htm
%        
Tyler Courier [Tyler, TX].  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  January 30,
                        1897, September 18, 1897; May 21, 1898; June 4, 1903.

*          The Tyler Courier.  18 Sept. 1897; 24 Mar. 1900.  Microfilm.
%        
Tyler Courier Times [Tyler, TX].  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  May-
                        June 1918; Sept-Oct 1918; July 1, 1918-August 1918; August 1919-Dec.
                        1919; March 2, 1920-May 1920; June 1920-Aug 1920; March 18, 1937;
                        March 19, 1937; Dec. 8, 1941; May 8, 1945; August 14, 1945; August 15,
                        1945; Jan. 20, 1953; Feb. 20, 1962; Nov. 22, 1963; Nov. 22, 1963; March 28,
                        1969; July 24, 1969; August 9, 1974; Oct. 11, 1974; Oct. 17, 1975; Oct. 14,
                        1977; Oct. 13, 1978; Sept 23, 1984; Oct. 18, 1985; Nov. 21, 1986; Oct 16,
                        1987; May 27, 1987; Oct. 31, 1995.
*         
Tyler Courier Times [Tyler, TX]—Finale Edition.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
%        
Tyler Courier Times Telegraph [Tyler, TX].  Smith County Historical Society.  Victory
                        Edition Section III; Directory of Tyler Organizations; November 4, 1932; August
                        5, 1934; Dec. 2, 1934—front page; March 5, 1939—Mayer & Schmidt 50th
                        anniversary; May 16, 1943—salute to Camp Fannin; April 25, 1948, pages 7A-
                        10A; 1950—Society of Yesteryear, Mid Century Progress; July 16, 1950; July 16,
                        1950; June 25, 1950; Sept 28, 1952, page  1, section 2—congratulations to Cotton
                        Belt on 75th ; June 10, 1962—incomplete, picture of Starrville Methodist Church; July
                        15, 1962; April 5, 1970; Oct. 13, 1974; July 4, 1976.
           
Tyler Courier-Times Telegraph, Mid-Century Progress Edition, July 16, 1950: 

                       
The East Texas Story; Presented Here in this 212-Page Edition is the
                       
Story of East Texas in the 20th Century
.  Tyler, TX:  Tyler Courier-Times-
           
            Telegraph, 1950.  Held by Ft. Worth Public Library and Allen County
           
            Public Library, TX
%        
Tyler Daily Courier [Tyler, TX].  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  Aug. 29, 1888;
                        Sept 3, 1888.

+         The Tyler Daily Courier-Times
.  1906 [?]-    .
+          Tyler Courier-Times-Telegraph, 1931-
%        
Tyler Daily Dispatch [Tyler, TX].  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  Dec. 28,
                        1895; May 5, 1896; May 26, 1896; June 13, 1896; June 25, 1896; Sept 7, 1896;
                        Sept 8, 1896; Sept 9, 1896; Sept 10, 1896; Sept 11, 1896; Sept 14, 1896; Sept 16,
                        1896; March 12, 1897; March 17, 1897; October 15, 1897.
*          Tyler Daily Dispatch.  15 Oct. 1897.
%         
Tyler Daily Record [Tyler, TX].  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  August 26, 1890.
%        
Tyler Democrat
[Tyler, TX].  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  May 29, 1875; July
                        27, 1875; April 12, 1879; June 6, 1874; July 18, 1874; May 8, 1874 or 1875 (has
                        both dates on it); July 10, 1875; July 10, 1875; June 26, 1875; June 12, 1875; June
                        19, 1875; April 11, 1874.
*          The Tyler Democrat.  11 Apr. 1874 [not in Carnegie Public Library]; 6 June, 18
                        July 1874; 12, 19, 26 June, 10 July 1875; 12 Apr. 1879 [not in Carnegie

                        Public Library.]

           
Tyler Democrat, August 15, 1874.  Transcribed at
                        http://www.uttyl.edu/vbetts/tyler_democrat.htm.  Accessed 24 March
                        2006.
%        
Tyler Democrat and Reporter [Tyler, TX].  Smith County Historical Society Archives. 
                        July 8, 1882; July 8, 1882; March 8, 1884; Sept 24 1881; Feb 23, 1878; July 15,
                        1882.

*          Tyler Democrat and Reporter.  7 Oct. 1876 [rept. Chronicles of Smith County,

                        Texas
15 no. 1 (Summer 1976):  60-67]; 23 Feb. 1878 [original in
                        Carnegie Public Library]; 24 Sept. 1881; 8, 15, July 1882; 8 Mar. 1884. 
                       
Microfilm except where noted.
%         
Tyler Journal [Tyler, TX].  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  July 26, 1929;
                        Aug 9, 1929; May 29, 1936 (incomplete); Nov 26, 1937; May 8, 1925-Dec 31,
                        1926; Jan 2, 1927-Dec. 28, 1938; Jan. 4, 1929-Dec 26, 1930; Jan 2, 1931-Dec
                        30 1932; Jan 6, 1933-Dec. 28, 1934.
*+        The Tyler Journal.  8 Dec. 1933; 4, 11, 18, 25 Jan., 1, 15, 22 Feb., 1, 8, 22 Mar.,
                        12, 19 Apr., 29 May 1935.
%        
Tyler Leader [Tyler, TX].  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  Various dates.
           
The Tyler Leader.  Tyler, TX:  S. F. Wilkinson, 1900s-
%        
Tyler Morning Telegraph [Tyler, TX].  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  May
                        24, 1934; Nov 6, 1940; May 13, 1941; June 24, 1947; Sept 25, 1947; Nov 23,
                        1963; Nov. 23, 1964; July 21, 1969; August 9, 1974; July 5, 1976; July 4, 1977;
                        Jan 1, 1980; Sept 28, 1984—Clubs and Organizations; Nov. 1, 1995.
*+        The Tyler Morning Telegraph.  1929-
%        
Tyler Morning Tribune [Tyler, TX].  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  April
                        1917; July 23, 1917; August 13, 1919.
*+        Tyler Morning Tribune.  10, 11 Nov. 1918.
%        
Tyler News [Tyler, TX].  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  August 7, 1896.
%        
Tyler Record
[Tyler, TX].  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  June, 1890; Aug
                        13, 1892.
%        
Tyler Reporter
[Tyler, TX].  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  March 16,
                        1859; April 25, 1860; May 16, 1860; June 27, 1861; April 9, 1963; April 16,
                        1863; May 28, 1863; March 31, 1864; March 30, 1865; July 4, 1866; August
                        21, 1869; July 29, 1871; February 17, 1872; April 6, 1872; May 23, 1874;
                        August 15, 1874.
*+        The Tyler Reporter.  17 Nov. 1855; 9 Feb., 16 Mar. 1859; 25 Apr., 16 May 1860;
                        11 Apr., 27 June, 1 Aug. 1861; 19, 26 June, 24 July, 21, 28 Aug., 30 Oct.,

                        12 (?), 13 Nov. 1862; 28 May 1863; 31 Mar., 10 Nov. 1864; 4 July 1866;
                        [17 Feb.?,] 29 July 1871; 17 Feb. [?], 4, 6 [4?] Apr. 1872; 23 May, 6 June
                        1874.  [Dates underlined are not in Carnegie Public Library.]
           
Tyler Reporter, 1855-1860 [scattered issues].  Transcribed at
                        http://www.uttyl.edu/vbetts/tyler_reporter_1855-1860.htm. Accessed 24
                        March 2006.
           
Tyler Reporter, 1861-1864 [scattered issues].  Transcribed at
                        http://www.uttyl.edu/vbetts/tyler_reporter_1861-1864.htm.  Accessed 24
                        March 2006.

            The Tyler Reporter Weekly
.  9 Feb. 1859.
            “The Tyler Reporter, April 25, 1860.” [facsimile of front page].  Chronicles of

                       
Smith County, Texas
3 no. 1 (Spring 1964):  12-13.
%         
Tyler Star [Tyler, TX].  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  1939-1971.
%        
Tyler Telegraph [Tyler, TX].  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  Aug. 27,
                        1853; May 31, 1851.
*+        The Tyler Telegraph.  31 Nov. 1851 [not in Carnegie Public Library]; 27 Mar., 6
                        Nov. 1852.
           
Tyler Telegraph, March 27, 1852; November 5, 1852.  Transcribed at
                        http://www.uttyl.edu/vbetts/tyler_telegraph.htm.  Accessed 24 March
                        2006.
%        
Tyler Weekly Courier [Tyler, TX].  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  May
                        20, 1882; June 24, 1882; July 1, 1882; July 8, 1882; July 15, 1882; July 22,
                        1882; July 29, 1882; Sept 2, 1882; Jan 5, 1883; May 12, 1883; June 9, 1883;
                        Jan. 12, 1884; March 22, 1884; May 20, 1882; June 24, 1882; July 1, 1882;
                        July 8, 1882; July 15, 1882; July 22, 1882; July 29, 1882; Sept 2, 1882; January
                        5, 1883; January 5, 1883; May 12, 1883; June 9, 1883; January 12, 1884;
                        March 22, 1884.
*          The Tyler Weekly Courier.  20 May, 24 June, 8, 29, July, 2 Sept. 1882; 5 Jan., 12
                        May, 9 June 1883; 12 Jan., 22 Mar. 1884.
%        
Tyler Weekly Record [Tyler, TX].  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  June 12,
                        1890; July 12, 1890.
           
Voter.  Tyler, TX:  LWV-Tyler, 1990s-?
%        
Weekly Courier Journal [Tyler, TX].  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  April
                        23, 1883.
%        
Weekly Courier Times [Tyler, TX].  Smith County Historical Society Archives. 
                        December 23, 1910; December 30, 1910; January 6, 1911; January 13, 1911;
                        January 20, 1911; January 27, 1911; February 3, 1911; February 10, 1911;
                        February 16, 1911; February 24, 1911; Jan. 1, 1912-Dec. 31, 1912; March 1,
                        1912; March 8, 1912; March 15, 1912; April 5, 1912; April 12, 1912; March 1
                        4, 1913-Nov. 30, 1913; April 14, 1916; August 5, 1921.
+          Weekly Courier-Times, Dec. 23-Dec. 30, 1910.
%        
Weekly Record [Tyler, TX].  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  March 2, 1889;
                        August 10, 1889; August 17, 1889; October 27, 1893.
            The Weekly Record
(Tyler).  2 Mar., 10, 17 Aug. 1889; 11, 18 Jan., 1 Mar., 28
                        June, 5, 12, 26 July, 30 Aug., 11, 18, 25 Oct., 1 Nov. 1890; 27 Oct. 1893.

NEWSPAPERS—ABOUT
+          Deakins, Sue.  “T. B. Butler Publishing Company, Inc.:  A Family Affair.”  Tyler
                        Today
(Fall 1993):  34-35.
           
Haralson, Marianne Odom.  “An Historical Study of the Tyler Courier-Times and
           
            Tyler Morning Telegraph With Emphasis on Community Leadership.” 
           
            M.S. thesis, East Texas State University, 1975.
*         
Newspapers.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*         
Newspapers.  Top Stories.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
           
Rhodes, Robert Nelson.  “The Sensational Star:  An Analysis of the Development
                        of the Tyler Star Newspaper in Tyler, Texas, Between 1938-1958.”  M.A.
                        thesis, University of Texas at Austin, 1994.
           
Teague, Danny Royce.  “A History of the Lindale News.”  M.A. thesis, East
                        Texas State University, 1974.  
*         
Tyler Courier Times.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.

NEWSPAPERS--INDEXES
+          Betts, Vicki.  Index to Tyler Journal:  1925-1938.  Tyler:  University of Texas at
                        Tyler 1983-    .  Completed 1925-1930, 1931-1935.