Bibliography of Smith County, Texas--O-S

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  

Jump to:
Obituaries
Organizations—Masonic
Organizations—Odd Fellows
Organizations—Others
Periodicals
Photograph, Sketch, and Postcard Collections
Politics
Post Offices
Probate Records
Reconstruction
Religion—General
Religion—Baptist
Religion—Catholic
Religion—Christian Methodist Episcopal
Religion—Church of Christ
Religion—Church of God in Christ
Religion—Disciples of Christ
Religion—Episcopal
Religion—Jews

Religion--Lutheran

Religion—Methodist

Religion--Muslim

Religion—Presbyterian
Roses and Rose Festival
Spanish-American War
Sports—General
Sports—Baseball
Sports—Basketball
Sports—Fishing, the Fish Hatchery, and Boating

Sports--Football
Sports--Golf

Sports—Hunting
Sports—Tennis

OBITUARIES
           
Conaway, Lorene West, comp.  Obituaries From the Lindale News and Troup

                        Banner, Smith County, Texas
.  Tyler, TX:  East Texas Genealogical
                        Society, 1997.
           
Conaway, Lorene West and Ruby Renfro, comps.  Obituaries from Tyler

                        Newspapers, Smith County, Texas, 1905-1915
.  Tyler, TX:  East Texas
                        Genealogical Society, 1988.  
%         Obituaries--Men.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
%         Obituaries--Women.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives. 
                        See folder under Family.

ORGANIZATIONS--MASONIC
*%#+    “Canton Lodge No. 98.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 16 no. 1 (Summer

                       
1977):  78-80.
+          Conine, Greg.  “Sharon Shrine Temple:  ‘For the Kids—Because We Care.’”  Tyler
                        Today
(Fall 2004):  151-152.
*%#+   Leath, Andrew L.  “Members of the Hickory Grove Masonic Lodge #184, Smith
                       
County, Texas, 1854-1857.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 30 no. 2
                       
(Winter 1991):  48.
*%#+   Leath, Andrew L.  “Members of the Lindale Masonic Lodge #410, Lindale,
                       
Texas, 1874-1880.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 32 no. 1 (Summer
                       
1993):  13.
*%#+   Leath, Andrew L.  “Members of the W. M. Taylor Masonic Lodge #158, Garden
                       
Valley, Texas, 1872-1882.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 30 no. 1
                       
(Summer 1991):  31.
*%#+    Martinez, Pete.  “Freemasonry in Smith County, Texas.”  Chronicles of Smith

                        County, Texas
35 no. 2 (Winter 1996):  15-17.
*%#+    Martinez, Pete.  “A History of Tyler Masonic Lodge No. 1233.”  Chronicles of

                        Smith County, Texas
35 no. 1 (Summer 1996):  22-27.
%          Masonic and Eastern Star.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Clubs, Organizations.
%          Masonic Lodge Rosters.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See Boxes.
*%#+    “Masonic Lodge [Starrville]”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 23 no. 1
           
            (Summer 1984):  69.
*          
Masonic Lodge.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*%#+    “Masonic Lodges in Smith County Before 1860.”  Chronicles of Smith County,

                       
Texas
10 no. 2 (Fall 1971):  40-44.
*%#+    “Membership List, Jamestown Masonic Lodge, 1855-1859.”  Chronicles of Smith

                       
County, Texas
29 no. 2 (Winter 1990):  10.     
*           
Shrine of North America.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library. 
             
Smith, Samuel G.  Address Delivered at the Celebration of the Anniversary of St.

                       
John the Baptist, at Tyler, Texas, June 24th, 1858
.  Tyler, TX:  Printed at
                       
the office of the Tyler Reporter, 1858.  Held by the University of Texas at
                       
Austin and Yale University.  

ORGANIZATIONS—ODD FELLOWS
*%#+    Burruss, R. S.  “Odd Fellowship in Tyler.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 6
                       
no. 2 (Fall 1967):  16-20. 
*           Carpenter, Kenneth.  "IOOF and Membership, 1852-1865."  East Texas Family
                        Records
19 no. 2 (Summer 1995):  38-43.
*          Conaway, Lorene.  "History of William Tell Lodge No. 27, I.O.O.F."  East
                        Texas Family Records
18 no. 1 (Spring 1994):  43-52.
*%#+   “Early Odd Fellow Lodges in Smith County.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas
                       
23 no. 2 (Winter 1984):  23.  
%         Johnson, G. M. IOOF.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives. 
                        See folder under Clubs, Organizations.
*         
Odd Fellows.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
%         Odd Fellows, Wm. Tell.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Clubs, Organizations.

ORGANIZATIONS--OTHER
%        
AARP.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder under
                        Clubs, Organizations.
%        AAUW.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Clubs, Organizations.
%         African American Organizations.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society
                        Archives.  See folder under Clubs, Organizations.
%         Alice Riley Garden Club.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                         Boxes.
%         Alpha Delta Kappa Scrapbooks.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See Boxes.
*         
American Association of University Women.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees.  Vertical files. 
                        Tyler Public Library.

%         American Red Cross.  Vertical File.  Smith County Historical Society Archives. 
                       
See folder under Public Services.
*         
Animal & Animal Rescue.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Association for Retarded Citizens.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.

%         Autos (Old) Club.  Vertical File.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Clubs, Organizations.
*         
Beauty Pageants.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*         
Boy Scouts of America.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*         
Boys/Girls  Club.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
%        BPOE.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Clubs, Organizations.
*         
Business Center, The.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folder Chamber
                        of Commerce.

%         Camp Fire.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Clubs, Organizations.
*         
Cattle Barons’ Gala.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Cedars of Lebanon.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.

            A Century of Quid Nunc Club:  1886-1986
.  Tyler, TX:  [s.n., 1985]. 
%         Chamber of Commerce.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        Boxes.

*          Chamber of Commerce (Tyler, TX).  A Story of Five Years of Service in Tyler

                       
(1928, 28, 30, 31, 32)
.  Tyler:  Tyler Chamber of Commerce, 193?
*         
Chamber of Commerce—“Chamber News.”  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Chamber of Commerce, 1918-1850; 1950-    .  Vertical files.  Tyler Public
                        Library.

*         
Circle of Ten, Inc.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
%         City Park Garden Club.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Clubs, Organizations.
*         
Clubs & Organizations.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
+          “A Commitment to Education.”  Tyler Life 2 no. 3 (December 1985):  12-17. 
                        [American Association of University Women]
*          Community Organization for Drug Abuse Control.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public
                        Library.
*         
ConnecTyler.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
+          Cope, Betty.  “Camp Fire.”  Tyler Life 1 no. 6 (March 1985):  48-50.
%         Country Club, Cascades.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society
                        Archives.  See folder under Clubs, Organizations.
%         Country Club, Hollytree.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society
                        Archives.  See folder under Clubs, Organizations.
%         Country Club, Willowbrook.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society
                        Archives.  See folder under Clubs, Organizations.
%         DAR Scrapbook.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See Boxes.
%         Daughters of the American Revolution.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical
                        Society Archives.  See folder under Clubs, Organizations.
%         Daughters of 1812.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Clubs, Organizations.
%         Delta Sigma Theta.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Clubs, Organizations.
            Denniston, George, Jr.  “Smith County Archives.”  Tyler Today (Spring 1994):  65.
            Denniston, George, Jr.  “Smith County Historical Society & Museum.”  Tyler Today
                        (Spring 1994):  61-62.
%         Discovery Place.  Vertical file. Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Public Services.
*          Discovery Science Place.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
+          “The Discovery Science Place:  The Beginning (Highlights).  Tyler Today (Summer
                        2003):  54-55.
%         Dogwood Garden Club.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Clubs, Organizations.
%         Doll Club.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Clubs, Organizations.
            Drake, Janet.  “East Texas Skydiving.”  Tyler Today (Summer 1999):  19-20.
+          Duguid, Noah.  “On Pointe with the Tyler Civic Ballet.”  Tyler Today (Summer
                        1994):  30-31.
+          Durman, Dana.  “Tyler Day Nursery’s History Provides for Future Growth.”  Tyler
                        Today
(Summer 2001):  104-105.
*          East Texas Area Leadership Council.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*         
East Texas Communities Foundation.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          East Texas Council of Governments.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*         
East Texas Crisis Center.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
%         East Texas Farm and Ranch Club.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society
                        Archives.  See folder under Clubs, Organizations.
*          East Texas Food Bank.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folder under
                        Nonprofit Organizations

%         East Texas Genealogical Society.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society
                        Archives.  See folder under Clubs, Organizations.
*          East Texas Genealogical Society.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folder
                        under Vertical Files/General Genealogy.

%         East Texas Historical Fire Society.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society
                        Archives.  See folder under Clubs, Organizations.
*          East Texas Historical Fire Society.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
%         East Texas Travel Club Scrapbooks.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See Boxes.
%         Embroiderers and Quilters.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Clubs, Organizations.
%         First Literary Club.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See Boxes.
*          Food Bank.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
+          Garcia, Nancy J.  “The Smith County Humane Society.” Tyler Today (Winter 1999): 
                        31-33.
%         Garden Clubs.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Clubs, Organizations.
*          Garden Clubs.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
+          Gilbert, Mrs. Loy J.  “Smith Historical Society Meetings First Wednesday.”  Tyler
                        Magazine
(Spring/Summer 1984):  150-153.  Repeated on the same pages
                        in Fall/Winter issue, 1984.
            Gilley, Gloria.  “Tyler Home Builders Association.”  Tyler Today (Winter 1995):  28-30.
*          Goodwill.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
%         Habitat for Humanity.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Public Services.
*          Habitat for Humanity.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
+          Hardy, Marilyn Green.  “A New Generation of Tyler Women Carry On With ‘Stitches in
                        Time.’”  Tyler Life 1 no. 8 (August 1985):  4-7.  [Cedar Street Quilters]
+          Harris, Orin.  “50th Anniversary of the Tyler Area Builders Association:  Milestones &
                        Memories.”  Tyler Today (Summer 2003):  61-64.
*          Heart of Tyler, Inc.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Historic Aircraft Memorial Foundation & Museum.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library
*         
Historic Tyler, Inc.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
%         Historical Aviation Memorial Museum.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society
                        Archives.  See folder under Clubs, Organizations.
%         Home Demonstration Club.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Clubs, Organizations.
+          Honeycutt, Laura.  “The Koffee Klatch.”  Tyler Life 1 no. 3 (December 1984):  22-25.
%         Jaycees.  Vertical files.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder under
                        Clubs, Organizations.
*         
Jaycees.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
%         Junior League.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Clubs, Organizations.
*         
Junior League of Tyler, Inc.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Junior League of Tyler (Tex.).  LeagueLines:  The Quarterly Magazine of the

                       
Women of the Junior League of Tyler, Inc.
  Tyler, TX:  The League, 2003-
*          Kathryn Speas Garden Club.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Clubs, Organizations.
+          Kerr, Zoe.  “We Don’t Have on White Gloves…We Have on Work Gloves!”  Tyler
                        Today
(Summer 2005):  22-24.  [Junior League]
%         Kiwanis.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder under
                        Clubs, Organiztions.
+          Knight, Janet.  “More Than Just Ringing a Bell.”  Tyler Life 1 no. 3 (December 1984): 
                        16-20.  [Salvation Army]
%         Ku Klux Klan.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Clubs, Organizations.
*          Ku Klux Klan—Chapter No. 75.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Lawyers’ Wives’ Club (Tyler).  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Leadership Tyler.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.

%         League of Women Voters.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives. 
                        See folder under Clubs, Organizations.
*          League of Women Voters.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Literary Clubs.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.

%         Literacy Council.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Clubs, Organizations.
*          Living Alternatives Ministries.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Make a Wish Foundation.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.

+          Marsh, Janice Talley.  “Carnegie History Center:  Moving Ahead Into the Past.”  Tyler
                        Magazine
(Fall/Winter 1984):  18-20.
*%#+   Martin, Novella G.  “The Tyler Audubon Society.”  Chronicles of Smith County,

                       
Texas
15 no. 2 (Winter 1976):  1-6.
*         
Meals on Wheels.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
%         Misc. Clubs.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Clubs, Organizations.
*         
Miss America.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Miss Texas Pageant—1955.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Mrs. International.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.

            Nason, Meryl Gordon.  “Social Movement Organizations and the Mobilization

                        Process:  An Analysis of Pro-Choice Organizations in Dallas, Fort Worth,
                        Austin, and Tyler.”  Ph.D. dissertation, University of Texas at Dallas,
                        1994.
*         
New East Texas Foundation.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
%         Newcomers Club.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder in Clubs, Organizations.
*         
Nonprofit Organizations.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
+          “On Pointe With the Tyler Civic Ballet.”  Tyler Today (Fall 2004):  112-113.
%         PATH.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder under
                    Public Services.
*          PATH.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
+          Payne, Shane.  “Preserving the History of East Texas:  The Smith County Historical
                        Museum.”  Tyler Today (Spring 2006):  127-128.
%         Perennial Garden Club.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Clubs, Organizations.
%         Pilot Club.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder under Clubs,
                        Organizations.
%         Porcelain Art Guild.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Clubs, Organizations.
%         Quid Nunc.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Clubs, Organizations.
*         
Reunion 20 Travel Village.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folder Tyler
                        Petroleum Club.
*         
Reunion Harbor.  Vertical files. Tyler Public Library.  See folder Tyler Petroleum
                        Club.
%         Rotary.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Clubs, Organizations.
%         Salvation Army.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Clubs, Organizations.
%         Scouts--Boy & Girl.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Clubs, Organizations.
%         Senior Citizens.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Clubs, Organizations.
*         
Senior Citizens.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Sister Cities—Sister Cities International (SCI).  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Sister Cities—Tyler Sister Cities Inc., TX.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Smith County Association of Taxpayers.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Smith County Historical Society—Archives.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Smith County Historical Society and Survey Commission Newsletters, 1963-    . 
                        Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Smith County Historical Society and Survey Committee.  Vertical files.  Tyler
                        Public Library.

           
Smith County Historical Society/Historical Commission.  Newsletter—Smith

                        County Historical Society/Historical Commission
.  Tyler, TX:  The
                        Society, 1964-
*         
Smith County Metal Detecting Association.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library. 
                        See folder Underground News.

%         Social Clubs.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Clubs, Organizations.
%         Sons of American Revolution.  Smith County Historical Society.  See Boxes.
%         Sons of Confederate Veterans.  Smith County Historical Society.  See
                        Boxes.
*         
Sons of Confederate Veterans—James P. Douglas Camp No. 124.  Vertical
                        files.  Tyler Public Library.

           
Sons of the American Revolution.  Texas Society.  Captain William Barron
                        Chapter (Tyler, Tex.).  Captain William Barron’s Bugle.  1990s-.  Held by
                        University of North Texas.
           
Sons of the American Revolution.  Texas Society.  Captain William Barron
                        Chapter (Tyler, Tex.)  Scrapbooks of the Captain William Barron

                        Chapter, Texas Society Sons of the American Revolution, Tyler, Texas,

                        1988-1991.   
Held by University of North Texas.
*          Shivers, Dauphine and Hazel B. Webster, comps.  Top Ladies of Distinction,

                       
Incorporated:  National Origin
.  Houston:  H. Webster, 1994.
           
“State Federation News—Texas.”  The Club Woman Woman’s World 2 no. 1
                       
(April 1898):  21-22.  State meeting of Federation of Texas Woman’s
                       
Clubs in Tyler.
%         Study Clubs.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Clubs, Organizations.
%         TASCA.  Vertical file. Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Clubs, Organizations.
*         
TASCA.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folder under Senior Citizens.
%         Tenneha Club.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Clubs, Organizations.
%         Tyler Amateur Radio Club.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society
                        Archives.  See folder under Clubs, Organizations.
*         
Tyler Area Senior Citizens Association.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
%         Tyler Athletic Club.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives. 
                        See folder under Clubs, Organizations.
*         
Tyler Audubon Society.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Tyler Civic Ballet (now “Ballet Tyler”).  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Tyler Civic Clubs.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Tyler Community Storefront Centers, Inc.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.

%         Tyler Day Nursery.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives. 
                        See folder under Public Services.
*         
Tyler Day Nursery.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Tyler Economic Development Council.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.

%         Tyler Garden Club.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives. 
                        See folder under Clubs, Organizations.
*         
Tyler Kiwanis.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
%         Tyler Lions Club.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Clubs, Organizations.
*         
Tyler Lions Club.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Tyler Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Tyler NEW (Neighborhood Empowerment Works).  Vertical files.  Tyler Public
                        Library
*          Tyler Petroleum Club.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Tyler Temperance Council No. 60, May, 1870-November, 1871.  Tyler Public
                        Library.  See MS:  RB—Wooden.

%         Tyler Woman's Forum.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society
                        Archives.  See folder under Clubs, Organizations.
*         
Tyler Woman’s Forum.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Tyler Women’s Forum.  Tyler Women’s Forum Yearbook and Directory. 
                       
Souvenir edition, 1932-33.  Tyler, TX:  Tyler Women’s Forum, 1933.
+          “The Tyler Yacht Club Invites You to…Come Sail Away!”  Tyler Today (Fall
                        2002):  15-17.
*         
Underground News (Smith County Metal Detecting Association).  Vertical files. 
                        Tyler Public Library.

%         United Daughters, Confederacy.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society
                        Archives.  See folder under Clubs, Organizations.
*         
United Way.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
%         Veterans Organizations and Auxiliaries.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical
                        Society Archives.  See folder under Military.
*         
Volunteer Center of East Texas.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
%         Widowed Persons Service.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        Boxes.
*         
Willow Brook Country Club.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
%         Windsor Garden Club.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives. 
                        See folder under Clubs, Organizations.
%         Woman's Forum.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See Boxes.
*          The Years Gone By:  A History of the Tyler-Smith County Retired Teachers

                        Association, 1965-1987
.  Tyler:  The Association, 1987.  
%         YMCA.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Public Services.
*         
Young Men’s Christian Association.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
%         Young Homemakers Club.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society
                        Archives.  See folder under Clubs, Organizations.
%         Zonta Club.  Boxes.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.

PERIODICALS
*%#+    Chronicles of Smith County, Texas.  Tyler:  Smith County Historical
                        Society/Commission.  Vol. 1-    .  1961-    .
*#+      East Texas Historical Journal.  Nacogdoches: East Texas Historical Association. 
                       
Vol. 1-    .  1963-   
*#+      Southwestern Historical Quarterly.  Austin:  Texas State Historical Association. 
                       
Vol. 1-    .  1897-    .
+          Tyler Life. 1984-1986.
+          Tyler Magazine. 1984-1985.
*+        Tyler Today.  1991-  

PHOTOGRAPH, SKETCH, AND POSTCARD COLLECTIONS  
*%#+   Burton, Morris S.  “Pictures from Our Past.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 7
                       
no. 2 (Fall 1968):  15-30.
*%#+   Burton, Morris S.  “Pictures from Our Past.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas
                       
17 no. 2 (Winter 1978):  62-63, back cover.
*%#+   Burton, Morris S.  “Pictures of Our Past.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 8
                       
no. 1 (Spring 1969):  8-11.
*%#+   Burton, Morris S.  “Postcard Portfolio:  A Series, No. 1.”  Chronicles of Smith

                       
County, Texas
22 no. 1 (Summer 1983):  34-40.
*%#+   Burton, Morris S.  “Postcard Portfolio:  No. 2 of a Series.”  Chronicles of Smith

                       
County, Texas
23 no. 2 (Winter 1984):  30-31.
*%#+   Burton, Morris S.  “Postcard Portfolio:  No. 3 of a Series.”  Chronicles of Smith

                       
County, Texas
24 no. 2 (Winter 1985):  10-14.
*%#+    “Gallery.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 10 no. 2 (Fall 1971):  45.
*%#+   Gentry, A. C.  “The Cotton Belt Depot, From the Sketchbooks of A. C. Gentry.” 

                       
Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 27 no. 1 (1988):  29-40.

*%#+   Gentry, A. C.  “Gentry’s Gins:  Pages from A. C. Gentry’s Sketchbook.” 

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

*%#+   Gentry, A. C., Jr.  “Portfolio:  The Local Gentry.”  Chronicles of Smith County,

                       
Texas
9 no. 2 (Fall 1970):  21-28.
*%#+   “Happy Birthday.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 20 no. 2 (Winter 1981): 

                        35.   
[photo of Sara Lee Woldert’s birthday party, mid 1920s]
*%#+    Langham, Robert B., III.  [Photographs of Tyler].  Chronicles of Smith County,

                       
Texas
22 no. 1 (Summer 1983):  32-37.
*%#+   Leath, Andrew L.  “Pictures From Our Past.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas

                       
32 no. 1 (Summer 1993):  17-20.

*         
Photos of Tyler/Postcards.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See Carnegie File
                        Folder:  Marked with Yellow Tabs.

*%#+   “A Picture from Our Past.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 9 no. 1 (Spring
                       
1970):  12.  [county officers, turn of the 20th century]
*%#+    “Pictures from Our Past.” Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 12 no. 2 (Winter
                       
1973):  30-32.
*%#+    “Pictures from Our Past.” Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 27 no. 1 (1988):  62-
                       
63.
*%#+    “Pictures from Our Past.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 37 no. 1 (!998):  1-
                       
41, front and back covers.
*%#+    “Pictures From Our Past.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 40 no. 1 (Summer
                        2001):  57.  [photographs of Lyndon Johnson and Ronald Reagan in Tyler]

                        Reed, Robert.  “Past Glimpses of Tyler, Texas.”  [postcard collection]
                        http://home.sprynet.com/%7etylertexas/index.htm.  Accessed 21 Feb. 2006.
%         Post Cards--Reed Collection.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society
                        Archives.  See folder under Miscellaneous.

*%#+   “The Society’s R. L. Falkner Photo Collection.”  Chronicles of Smith County,

                        Texas
43 (2004):  16.  

POLITICS
%         "An Address to the Democrats of Smith County:  Some Practices of Bailey Which
                       
Democrats Cannot Approve or License."  Copy in "Politics."  Vertical
                       
File.  Archives, SCHS.
*%#+   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.  “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.
%         "Politics."  Vertical File.  Archives, SCHS.
*%#+   Smyrl, Frank.  "Politics and Politicians, 1875-1975."  In Glover and Cross, eds. 
                       
Tyler and Smith County, 81-102.  

POST OFFICES  
*%#+    “Delivering the Mail.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 30 no. 2 (Winter

                       
1991):  19.  [photograph of Morris William Francis, rural mail carrier]
%         Mail Routes TX, 1874.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See file under Public Services.
%         Post Office.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Public Services.

*%#+   “Post Offices and Post Masters of Smith County, Texas, 1847-1929.”  Chronicles

                       
of Smith County, Texas
5 no. 1 (Spring 1966):  17-21.
*%#+   “Smith County Post Offices Established Before 1860.”  Chronicles of Smith

                       
County, Texas
4 no. 2 (Fall 1965):  19.
%          Tyler Post Office.  Manuscript..  Smith County Historical Society Archives.

*%#+    Woldert, Will A., Sr.  “History of the Tyler Post Office, Federal Building From

                       
1847-1934.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 12 no. 1 (Summer 1973): 
                       
1-11.

*          U.S.  Post Office Department.  Post Office Department Records:  Postmasters of

                       
Smith County
.  Microfilm.  

PROBATE RECORDS
            Leath, Andrew L., comp.  Abstracts of the Smith County Probate Records, Smith

                        County, Texas, 1846-1880
.  Tyler, TX:  Jack T. Greer Memorial Trust
                        Fund of Smith County Historical Society/Historical Commission, 1984.
*          Probate Bond Record.  V.A3 (1857-1868), C2 (1868) – C3 (1873-1879). 
                       
Microfilm.
*          Probate Docket.  V.1 (18883-1885) – v.4 (1913).  Microfilm.
*          Probate.  Estates Final Records.  V.D1 (1868-1876).  Microfilm.
*          Probate Minutes.  V.A-F, 1-21 (1847-1912).  Microfilm.
*          Probate Packets or Case Papers.  A-Z (ca. 1846-1880).  Microfilm.
%         Probate Records Research.  Manuscript.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.

           
Smith County.  Probate Records.  1846-    .  County Clerk's Office, Smith County
                       
Courthouse Annex, 200 E. Ferguson, Tyler, TX.  Some of the old probate
                       
minutes and record books are at the Cotton Belt Building 1517 W. Front
                       
St., first floor.  All original jackets with loose papers and indexes are on
                       
Ferguson St.  

RECONSTRUCTION (1865-1871).  See prior CIVIL WAR.  See later HISTORY:  1872-1899.
*%#+   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]
*%#+   Carrier, John P.  “Bullets, Ballots & Bayonets:  Reconstruction Politics and
                       
Elections in Smith County, 1866-1873.”  Chronicles of Smith County,

                       
Texas
13 no. 1 (Summer 1974):  1-14.
*%#+   Carrier, John T.  "The Era of Reconstruction, 1865-1875."  In Glover and Cross,
                       
eds.  Tyler and Smith County, 57-80.
*%#+    Casdorph, Paul D.  “Some Early Republicans of Smith County, Texas.” 
                       
Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 7 no. 2 (Fall 1968):  1-7.
*%#+    Crouch, Barry.  “The Freedmen’s Bureau and the 30th Sub-District in Texas: 
                       
Smith County and Its Environs During Reconstruction.”  Chronicles of

                       
Smith County, Texas
11 no. 1 (Spring 1972):  15-30.
             
Crouch, Barry.  The Freedmen's Bureau in Texas.  Austin:  University of Texas
                       
Press, 1993.
*%#+    Crouch, Barry A.  “View From Within:  Letters of Gregory Barrett, Freedmen’s
                       
Bureau Agent.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 12 no. 2 (Winter
                       
1973):  13-28.
             
Dudney, Ross Nathaniel.  "Texas Reconstruction:  The Role of the Bureau of
                       
Refugees, Freedmen and Abandoned Lands, 1865-1870, Smith County,
                       
(Tyler) Texas."  M.S. thesis, Texas A&I University, 1986.
           
“Freedmen's Bureau Report of an Inspection of the Texas State Penitentiary at
                       
Huntsville, Walker County.”  [Smith County convicts]. 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/african-am/freedmen.html.  Accessed
                       
9 March 2006.
*%#+   Leath, Andrew L., ed.  “The Jones-Bell Letters.”  Chronicles of Smith County,

                        Texas
38 no. 1 (Summer 1999):  1-11.  [1871-1872]
*%#+   Leath, Andrew L.  “A Reconstruction Tragedy in Texas:  The Murder of Hut
                       
Murray.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 27 no. 1 (1988):  59-61.
*%#+   “The Murder of Godley & House.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 7 no. 2
                       
(Fall 1968):  45.
*%#+   Offutt, J. J.  “All in the Point of View” [letter from Starrville, June 23, 1867]. 
                       
Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 5 no. 2 (Fall 1966):  17-19.
*          Ramsdell, Charles William.  Reconstruction in Texas.  New York:  Columbia
                        University, 1910.
+          __________.  ultrafiche copy.  LAC 12380.
#+        __________.  reprint ed.  Austin, University of Texas Press, 1970.
%         Reconstruction Era.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Military.

*#+      Richter, William L.  "The Army and the Negro During Texas Reconstruction,
                       
1865-1870."  East Texas Historical Journal 10 (Spring 1972):  7-19.
*#+      Richter, William L.  The Army in Texas During Reconstruction, 1865-1870. 
                       
College Station:  Texas A&M University Press, 1987.
*N       Richter, William L.  Overreached on All Sides:  The Freedmen's Bureau

                       
Administrators in Texas, 1865-1868
.  College Station:  Texas A&M
                       
University Press, 1991.
*#+      Roberts, Oran M..  "The Experiences of an Unrecognized Senator."  Southwestern

           
            Historical Quarterly
12 (October 1908):  109-144.
*#+      Singletary, Otis A.  "The Texas Militia During Reconstruction."  Southwestern

                       
Historical Quarterly
60 (1956-1957):  23-35.
*%#+    Smallwood, James.  “From Slavery to Freedom:  Smith County’s Black
                        Community in 1870:  A Statistical Overview.”  Chronicles of Smith

                       
County, Texas
18 no. 1 (Summer 1979):  58-61.
*%#+    Smallwood, James.  “Mr. Republican:  Silas D. Wood.”  Chronicles of Smith

                       
County, Texas
9 no. 1 (Spring 1970):  1-7.
*%#+   Wilson, Aubrey A.  “Sojourn in Tyler, 1867.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas

                       
16 no. 2 (Winter 1977):  9-10.

            
United States.  Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen, and Abandoned Land, 1865-1869. 
                       
Records of the Assistant Commissioner for the State of Texas.  RG105,
                       
National Archives.  

RELIGION--GENERAL
           
Bailey, Tom.  Cults and Country People.  [Pasadena? TX]:  T. Bailey, 1980. 
                       
Held by Library of Congress. [Bullard]
           
Batts, Jim.  "And For Another $25 I'll Tell You Which Ones Sang into a Dead
                       
Microphone" [journalists in a gospel choir].   Fort Worth Magazine 65 no.
                        3 (March 1989):  6.
*%#+   “A Brief Account of Smith County Religions Denominations.”  Chronicles of

                        Smith County, Texas
31 no. 1 (Summer 1992):  26-27.  [1906, 1926]
*          Brief History of Bullard Women’s Missionary  Society.  Microfilm.
*         
Brown, Reginald.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folder Church Ministers.
%         Burning Bush.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Places.
%         Christian Camps.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Church.
*         
Christian Ministries.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*         
Church Ministers.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
           
“Churches [Historical Markers]. 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/histmark/churches.html.  Accessed 9
                       
March 2006.
*         
Churches of Smith County.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*         
Churches of Smith County and Church Histories—2000-    .  Vertical files.  Tyler
                        Public Library.
*         
Churches of Smith County and Church Histories—prior to 2000.  Vertical files. 
                        Tyler Public Library.
*         
Covenant Renewal.  Vertical file.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Cravey, George.  Four of George Cravey’s Pastor Books (1923-4, 1922-23, 1924-
                       
5, 1926).  Microfilm.
           
Fike, Frederick Franklin.  The Promise of Power and Other Radio Messages on

                       
Holiness (Delivered Over Station KGKB Tyler, Texas) 1947
.  Tyler:  F. F.
                       
Fike, 1947.
%         Hideaway Community.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Church.
*         
HIS House.  Vertical file.  Tyler Public Library.  See folder under Christian Ministries.
+          Kerr, Zoe.  “Unity and Religious Freedom in Tyler Today.”  Tyler Today (Winter
                        2005):  127-129. [Abraham House, a Habitat house built by Jews and Muslims
                        in Tyler]
*%#+   “A Meeting House for Twin Springs.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 8 no. 2
                        (Fall 1969):  12.
%         Misc. Churches.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Church.
*         
Salvation Army.  Vertical file.  Tyler Public Library.
*#+      Smyrl, Edwin.  "The Burning Bush."  Southwestern Historical Quarterly 50
                        (1947):  335-343.  
*         
Westbrook, Carl.  Vertical file.  Tyler Public Library.  See folders under Church
                        Ministers.

RELIGION--BAPTIST
%         Antioch Baptist.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Church.
           
“Antioch Baptist Church.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/churches/baptist/antioch.html. 
                       
Accessed 9 March 2006.
*          Bailes, Porter M.  In Quest of the Best and Other Christ-Centered Revival

                       
Sermons
.  Grand Rapids, MI:  Zondervan, 1942.  (First Baptist Church,
                       
Tyler)
*%#+   “Baptist Beginnings.” [Cherokee Baptist Association, 1856, 1862].  Chronicles of

                       
Smith County, Texas
3 no. 2 (Fall 1964):  16-17.
%         Baptist, Miscellaneous.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Church.
*%#+    “Baptists in a New County…1855.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 16 no. 2
                       
(Winter 1977):  42-45.
*          Berryman, Mary Love.  "Smith County--Tyler First Baptist Church Records."  East
                        Texas Family Records
26 no. 1 (Spring 2002):  32-38.  [1905]
*%#+   “Bethel Baptist Views, About 1888.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 23 no. 1
                        (Summer 1984):  53.
%         Bethlehem First Baptist.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                         See folder under Church.
*%#+   “Brief History of Noonday Baptist Church, Route 8, Tyler, Texas, 1876-1976.” 
                       
Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 21 no. 1 (Summer 1982):  21-24.
%         Calvary Baptist.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Church.
*          Carroll, J. M.  A History of Texas Baptists, Comprising a Detailed Account of

                        Their Activities, Their Progress and Their Achievements
.  Edited by J. M.
                        Cranfill.  Dallas Baptist Standard, 1923.
*%#+    “Century of Faith:  New Harmony Baptist Church.”  Chronicles of Smith County,

                       
Texas
6 no. 2 (Fall 1967):  30-31.
*%#+   “The Cherokee Baptist Association Meets at Tyler:  Oct. ’76.”  Chronicles of

                       
Smith County, Texas
15 no. 1 (Summer 1976):  23-30.
%          Cherokee Baptist Association.  Minutes. 1855.  Archives, SCHS. 
*%#+    __________.  Reprinted in "Baptists in a New Country, 1855."  Chronicles of

                        Smith County, Texas
16 (Winter 1977):  3, 7-8.
*%#+    “Cherokee Baptist Association (Texas) Annual Session Statistics.”  Chronicles of

                        Smith County, Texas
40 no. 1 (Summer 2001):  43-44.
           
“Churches of Smith Baptist Association.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/churches/baptist/assn.html.  Accessed
                       
9 March 2006.
           
Clements, D. J.  “History of Flint Baptist Church, 1907-1997.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/churches/baptist/flintbap.html. 
                       
Accessed 9 March 2006.
%         Corinth Baptist.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Church.

           
"The Covenant, Records, and Minutes of the Jamestown Baptist Church, 1860-
                       
1863."  MS, typescript.  Copy in possession of James Wilkins.  Tyler,
                       
Texas.
*          Cravy, Thelma and Sarah Beane.  "Smith County--1871 Etna Church Records."
                        East Texas Family Records 9 no. 3 (Fall 1985):  32-33.
*          Cravy, Thelma and Sarah Beane.  "Union Springs Church Records."  East Texas
                        Family Records
9 no. 3 (Fall 1985):  33-38.
%         Damascus Baptist.  Vertical file. Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Church.

           
Dean Baptist Church, Tyler, Texas:  Centennial Program.  [S.l.:  s.n.], 1972. 
                       
Held by Baylor University Library.
           
Dean, R. A.  Historical Sketch of the First Baptist Church of Tyler.  Tyler:  
                       
privately published, 1938. 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/churches/baptist/fbc/fbchist.html. 
                       
Accessed 9 March 2006.
           
Dean, R.  A.  Scrapbook of R. A. Dean (Tyler, Tex.).  [microfilm].  [1900?] 
                       
Dallas, TX:  Southwestern Microfilms, 1947.  Held by Southwestern
                       
Baptist Theological Seminary, Ft. Worth, TX.
%         Dixie Baptist.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Church.

           
“Dr. E. J. Knox Elected President Colored Baptist BYPU Convent'n - Smith Co,
                       
TX.”                
                       
ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/smith/newspapers/afam/colbypu.txt. 
                       
Accessed 9 March 2006.
*%#+    “Earliest Members of Harris Creek Baptist Church.”  Chronicles of Smith County,

                       
Texas
11 no. 1 (Spring 1972):  72, 84-85.
*%       First Baptist Church, Bullard, Texas.  Minutes and Membership Rolls, 1860-1901. 
                       
MS.  Typescript.  Archives, SCHS.  Photocopy at Tyler Public Library.
           
“First Baptist Church, Gresham, History.  Homecoming, October 19, 1997.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/churches/baptist/gresham.html. 
                       
Accessed 9 March 2006.
*         
First Baptist Church Minutes & Membership Rolls 1860-1901, Bullard. 
                        Vertical file.  Tyler Public Library.  See folder under Churches of Smith
                        County and Church Histories—Prior to 2000.

           
“First Baptist Church Service Flag—World War II.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/churches/baptist/fbc/ww2flag.html. 
                       
Accessed 9 March 2006.
%         First Baptist Church, Tyler.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Church.
*         
First Baptist Church (Tyler).  Vertical file.  Tyler Public Library.
           
“First Baptist Church, Tyler—Roll of Members—1888.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/churches/baptist/fbc/1888roll.html. 
                       
Accessed 9 March 2006.
           
“First Baptist Church, Tyler, Smith County, Texas, circa 1900.”  [photo]. 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/churches/baptist/fbc/fbcty12.html. 
                       
Accessed 9 March 2006.
           
First Baptist Church, Tyler, Texas.  Church Covenant and Alphabetical List of

                        Members of First Baptist Church, Tyler, Texas, November, 1905
.  Tyler: 
                        Tyler Print. Co., 1905.  Held by Southern Baptist Theological Seminary,
                        Kentucky.
           
First Baptist Church, Tyler, Texas.  The First Baptist Church of Tyler, Texas. 
                       
Dallas, TX:  Uni-Color McKee, 1970s.  Held by Southern Methodist
                        University, Degolyer Library
*          First Baptist Church, Tyler, Texas.  The First One Hundred Years:  Centennial

                        Story, the First Baptist Church, Tyler, Texas, 1848-1948
.  Tyler:  Pool,
                        1948.
                        http://www.rootsweb.com/%7eusgenweb/tx/smith/fbc1948.html. 
                       
Accessed 9 March 2006.
           
First Baptist Church, Tyler, Texas.  Historical Sketch, First Baptist Church of

                       
Tyler, Texas, 1848-1938
.  [Tyler, TX:  First Baptist Church?, 1938?]. 
                       
Held by Baylor University Library.
           
First Baptist Church, Tyler, Texas.  “1917 Yearbook—Women’s Auxiliary.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/churches/baptist/fbc/1917wmu.htm. 
                       
Accessed 9 March 2006.
%         First Baptist, Lindale.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Church.
*          Flint Baptist Church Record Book, ca. 1930’s.  Microfilm.
           
“Galilee Baptist Church--87th Church Anniversary, Tyler, Smith County, TX.” 
                       
ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/smith/church/galilee87.txt. 
                       
Accessed 9 March 2006.
*%#+   Gilbert, Alice.  “The First Baptist Church of Tyler.”  Chronicles of Smith County,

                       
Texas
26 no. 1 (Summer 1987):  1-12.
            Gowen, Emma V.  "History of the First Baptist Church at Tyler."  Texas History 

                        Teachers' Bulletin
12 no. 1 (1924):  40-45.
*          __________.  Typescript.
*          Grand Entrance & Dedicatorial Services of College Hill Missionary Baptist

                       
Church:  1314 West Houston Street, Tyler, Texas 75701
.  Tyler:  College
                       
Hill Missionary Baptist Church, 1993.
%         Green Acres Baptist.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Church.
*         
Green Acres Baptist Church.  Vertical file.  Tyler Public Library.
%         Harris Creek Baptist.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Church.

           
“History of Dixie Baptist Church—1961.  Twentieth Anniversary.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/churches/baptist/dixiebap.html. 
                       
Accessed 9 March 2006.
           
“History of the Dean Baptist Church.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/churches/baptist/deanbapt.htm.  
                       
Accessed 9 March 2006.
           
History of the Green Acres Baptist Church, 1954-1955, Tyler, Texas.  [S.l.:  s.n.,
                       
1955?]  Held by Baylor University Library.
           
History of Trinity Baptist Church, Tyler, Texas.  [S.l.: s.n., 1986].
%         Hopewell Baptist.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Church.

           
“Indian Creek Baptist Church, Smith County, Texas.” 
                       
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/%7efamlytre/IndianCreek.htm. 
                       
Accessed 9 March 2006.
%         Jamestown Baptist.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Church.
*            "Jamestown Baptist Church (Smith County)."  Records of East Texas 3 no. 4
                        (July 1969):  534.
*%#+    Kennedy, Johnnye Pierce.  “Damascus  Baptist Church.”  Chronicles of Smith

                       
County, Texas
12 no. 2 (Winter 1973):  7-9.
*%#+   King, J. H.  “Harris Creek Baptist.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 11 no. 1
                       
(Spring 1972):  10-12.
*%#+    Kruschwitz, Vicki Barron and Bobby J. Wadsworth.  “Indian Creek Baptist
                        Church.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 40 no. 1 (Summer 2001): 
                       
35-42.
*%#+   Leath, Andrew L.  “First Baptist Church, Whitehouse, Texas.” Chronicles of

                        Smith County, Texas
28 no. 1 (Summer 1989):  24-25.
           
Lyon, Larry and Michael W. Mansfield.  Smith Baptist Association Community

                       
Needs Assessment, October, 1990
.  Waco, TX:  Center for Community
                        Research and Development, Baylor University, 1990.     
+          Manning, Stacie.  “’Share the Joy’ with Green Acres Baptist Church.”  Tyler
                        Today
(Spring 2001):  49-50.
           
Miller, Robert.  Conducting a Ministry Discovery Workshop:  A Report and

                       
Analysis on a Tool to Enable Lay Persons to Match Their Calling and
                       
Gifts to Ministry Opportunities at the Green Acres Baptist Church in
                       
Tyler, Texas
.  D.Min. thesis, Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary,
                       
1993.
           
Missionary Baptist Association of Smith County.  Minutes.  [S.l.:  s.n.], 1967-? 
                       
Baylor University holds 1967 and 1968; New Hampshire Historical
                       
Society holds unknown year(s).
*          Morrell, Z. N.  Flowers and Fruits from the Wilderness:  Or, Thirty-Six Years in

                        Texas and Two Winters in Honduras
.  Boston:  Gould and Lincoln, 1872. 
+N       __________.  reprint ed.  Waco:  Baylor University Press, 1976.
*%#+   Morrison, Frances Stribling.  “Dr. James Harrison Stribling.”  Edited by Alice
                       
Gilbert.  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 26 no. 1 (Summer 1987):  13-
                       
16.  [First Baptist, Tyler]
%         Mount Cavalry Baptist.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Church.
*%#+  Murphy, Clifford.  “The Story of True Vine Baptist Church.”  Chronicles of Smith

                        County, Texas
30 no. 2 (Winter 1991):  14-18.
%         New Harmony Baptist.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Church.

           
Patterson, Gillie.  Old Ebenezer, Organized in 1849:  An Interesting Sketch, 1928. 
                       
Clipped from: Tyler Daily Courier-Times, Sept. [1927?].  Held by
            Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, KY.
%         Pine Springs Baptist.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Church.

           
Pine Springs Baptist Church:  1881-1978:  Tyler, Texas, Smith County.  [Tyler,
                        TX?]:  The Church, 1978.
                   
    http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/churches/baptist/pinsprngs/pinesprngs.html. 
                       
Accessed 9 March 2006.
%         Pleasant Hill Baptist.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Church.
*          Pleasant Hill Baptist Church.  The First Annual Martin Luther King Interfaith

                        Service
[videorecording].  Tyler, TX:  Pleasant Hill Baptist Church, 1989.
*%#+   Potts, Loretta.  “Duck Creek Missionary Baptist Church:  An Oral History: 
                       
Interview by Loretta Potts, September 3, 1994.”  Chronicles of Smith

                        County, Texas
36 no. 1 (Summer 1997):  1-9.
*          Powell, Paul W.  The Complete Disciple.  Wheaton, IL:  Victor Books, 1982. 
                       
[Green Acres Baptist Church]
           
Powell, Paul W.  The Green Acres Story.  [S.l.:  s.n.], 1978.  Held by
                        Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.
           
“St. James Baptist Church, Smith County, TX.” 
                       
ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/smith/church/stjames.txt. 
                       
Accessed 9 March 2006.
%         Smith County Baptist Association.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical
                         Society Archives.  See folder under Church.
*          "Smith County Baptist Association."  Records of East Texas 1 no. 2 (January
                        1967):  63.  [1899]

           
“Smith Baptist Association, 100th Anniversary Celebration, Smith Co, TX—
                       
History, 1898-1998, Churches – Pastors – Association Officers – 1998.” 
                       
ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/smith/church/smithbap/history.txt
                       
Accessed 9 March 2006.
*          "Smith County--1892 Minutes of the Little Hope Association of Primitive Baptists
                        Held at Salem Church."  East Texas Family Records 7 no. 3 (Fall 1983):
                        43-44.
*%#+   Son, Tim.  “Bethel Baptist Church.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 23 no. 1
                        (Summer 1984):  70-72.
*%#+   Stansell, Lula.  “Corinth Baptist Church.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 30
                        no. 1 (Summer 1991):  24-25.
*%#+   Terry, Dennis.  “Hopewell Baptist Church History.”  Chronicles of Smith County,

                        Texas
37 no. 2 (Winter 1998):  14-15.
*         
Texas Baptist Men’s Association.  Vertical file.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Thedford, Joel.  Seven Leagues Baptist Church And Its People, Smith County,

                        Texas, 1869
.  [Smith County, Texas?:  Thedford, 1980].
                        ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/smith/church/sevleagb/intro.txt
                        ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/smith/church/sevleagb/index.txt
                        ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/smith/church/sevleagb/7lmin1.txt
                        ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/smith/church/sevleagb/7lmin1.txt
                       
Accessed 9 March 2006.
           
Tri-County Baptist Association (Tex.).  Minutes, Tri-County Baptist Association. 
                       
[S.l.:  s.n.], 1962-    .  Baylor University holds 1962.
%         True Vine Baptist.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Church.
*          True Vine Baptist Church:  Dedication Souvenir Journal, 1872-1991.  Tyler: 
                       
True Vine Baptist Church, 1991.
*          True Vine Baptist Church.  Senior Women’s Circle.  We are Family.  Tyler:  True
                        Vine Baptist Church, 2001.  

RELIGION—CATHOLIC
*         
Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
%         Catholic.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Church.
#          Catholic East Texas.  Tyler, TX:  Catholic Diocese of Tyler, 2005-
*         
Catholic Schools.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
            Handbook of Texas Online
, s.v. "TYLER, CATHOLIC DIOCESE OF,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/TT/ict2.html (accessed March 7, 2006).
           
“Immaculate Conception Church Parishioners, 1880-1901.”
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/churches/catholic/catholicac.html
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/churches/catholic/catholicdg.html
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/churches/catholic/catholichl.html
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/churches/catholic/catholicmo.html
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/churches/catholic/catholicpw.html
                       
Accessed 9 March 2006.
+          Kerr, Zoe.  “Building a City of God.”  Tyler Today (Spring 2006):  118-119. 
                        [St. Mary Magdalene Catholic Church, Flint]
*%#+   McNamara, Mary Jane.  “An Historical Sketch of Immaculate Conception
                       
Catholic Church in Tyler, Texas.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 10
                       
no. 2 (Fall 1971):  21-28.
*%#+   “A Postcard from Our Past.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 36 no. 1
                        (Summer 1997):  14.  [Immaculate Conception Church]  
*         
Roman Catholic Church.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.

RELIGION--CHRISTIAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL
*          Lakey, Othal Hawthorne.  The History of the CME Church.  Memphis, TN:  CME
                       
Pub. House, 1996.  Includes Texas College.  

RELIGION—CHURCH OF CHRIST
           
Browning, Nelda.  From the Heart of Tyler:  A History of the West Erwin Church

                        of Christ, Tyler, Texas, 1885-1991
.  Tyler, TX:  West Erwin Church of
                        Christ, 1991.
%         Church of Christ.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Church.
*          Hollowell, Flo.  "Smith County--History of the Troup Church of Christ."  East
                        Texas Family Records
22 no. 2 (Summer 1998):  28-32.

           
King, Tommy W.  “Faith Decisions:  Christian Initiation for Children of the
                        Glenwood Church of Christ.”  D.Min, Abilene Christian University, 1994.
*          Peevy, Ann Smith.  "New Hope Church of Christ, Baptist--Whitehouse, Texas."
                        East Texas Family Records 7 no. 2 (Summer 1983):  30-39.
*%#+   Powell, Fred.  “West Erwin Church of  Christ.”  Chronicles of Smith County,

                        Texas
29 no. 1 (Summer 1990):  39-40.
           
Waldrip, Bettye.  Forward in Faith for Fifty Years:  A History of the Glenwood 

                        Church of Christ, Tyler, Texas, 1951-2001
.  [Tyler, TX:  Glenwood
                        Church of  Christ, 2001]  

RELIGION--CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST
*          Atkins, Rodney Lamar.  Church of God in Christ:  1964 Texas Northeast

           
            Jurisdiction:  Paved the Way for the Present
.  [Tyler, TX : Atkins, 2003]. 
*         
Church of God in Christ, Inc.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Hallman, Patsy Johnson.  Showers of Blessings:  The Life of Walter B. Houston. 
           
            Austin, TX:  Nortex Press, 2000.  [Houston Temple Church of God in
                       
Christ]  
%         Houston Temple COGIC.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society
                        Archives.  See folder under Church.
*         
Victory Temple Church of God in Christ.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.

RELIGION—DISCIPLES OF CHRIST
%          Christian Church (Disciples).  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society
                        Archives.  See folder under Church.
*%#+    Haynes, Mary K.  “A Tall Spire Against the Sky.”  Chronicles of Smith County,

                       
Texas
10 no. 1 (Spring 1971):  25-36.  [First Christian Church, Tyler]
#+         Squyres, Evelyn Brown.    Our Century of Faith:  First Christian Church, Tyler,

                        Texas, 1889-1989
.  Tyler:  First Christian Church, 1989.
*%#+    “Sunday Go to Meetin’”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 18 no. 2 (Winter

                        1979):  24.  [photograph of Primary Department, First Christian Church]
 

RELIGION--EPISCOPAL
*+        Brown, Lawrence L.  The Episcopal Church in Texas, 1838-1874:  From Its

                        Foundation to the Division of the Diocese
.  Austin:  Church Historical
                        Society, 1963.
*         
Christ Episcopal Church.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
%         Episcopal.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Church.
*+        Hayes, Mary J. and Frances T. McCallum.  A Record of Faith, 1867-1967:  Christ

                        Episcopal Church, Tyler, Texas
.  Waco:  Texian Press, 1968.
                       
Kinsolving, George Herbert.  An Anniversary Missionary Sermon, Preached in

                       
Christ Church, Houston, St. David’s Church, Austin, and Christ Church,
                       
Tyler, in the Diocese of Texas
.  [n.p., 1921].
            McClendon, Mrs. S. S.  History of Christ Episcopal Church, Tyler, MS.  1930.

*+        Murphy, DuBose.  A Short History of the Protestant Episcopal Church in Texas. 
                       
Dallas:  Turner, 1935.  

RELIGION—JEWS
*         
Faber, Rabbi Maurice—Memorial.  Vertical file.  Tyler Public Library.
           
Herson, Abraham, Bennie Roosth, et al.  Ahavath Achim Congregation Golden

                        Jubilee and Dedication Book, Tyler, Texas
.  Tyler, TX:  Ahavath Achim,
                        1949.  Held by University of Texas at San Antonio.
%         Jewish Temples.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Church.
*         
Judaism.  Vertical file.  Tyler Public Library.
*%#+   Mann, Bridget C.  “Temple Beth El, 1887-1987:  Centennial Journal.”  Chronicles

                        of Smith County, Texas
26 no. 2 (Winter 1987):  17-35.
           
Temple Beth El, 1887-1987:  Centennial Journal.  [Tyler, TX?:  The Temple?,
                        1987]  Held by University of Florida.
*          Weiner, Hollace Ava.  Jewish Stars in Texas:  Rabbis and Their Works.  College
                        Station:  Texas A&M University Press, 1999.
           
Weiner, Hollace Ava.  “The Mixers:  The Role of Rabbis Deep in the Heart of
                        Texas.”  American Jewish History 85 no. 3 (1997):  289-332.  

RELIGION--LUTHERAN
%         Lutheran.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Church.

RELIGION--METHODIST
%         Bascom UMC.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Church.
*%#+   Beall, Alex.  “The History of the Parsonages of the Original Methodist Church in
                        Tyler.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 36 no. 1 (Summer 1997):  26-

                        27.

*%#+   Betts, Vicki.  “Marvin United Methodist Church, 1846-1900.”  Chronicles of

           
            Smith County, Texas
31 no. 2 (Winter 1992):  1-15.
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/churches/methodist/marvin.html
           
Betts, Vicki.  Pollard United Methodist Church:  Our First Twenty-Five Years. 
                       
[Tyler, Tex.?:  s.n.], 1980.
*          Betts, Vicki, abst.  "Smith County--Methodists in East Texas, 1884."  East
                        Texas Family Records
27 no. 2 (Summer 2003):  30.
*          Betts, Vicki, abst.  "Smith County--Methodists in Lindale in 1890."  East Texas
                        Family Records
27 no. 2 (Summer 2003):  29.
*%#+   Betts, Vicki.  “The  Texas Methodist Newspapers, 1851-1859.”  Chronicles of

                        Smith County, Texas
36 no. 1 (Summer 1997):  16-25.
*%#+   Betts, Vicki.  “The Texas Methodist Newspapers, 1860-1861.”  Chronicles of

                        Smith County, Texas
36 no. 2 (Summer 1997):  30-41.
*%#+   Betts, Vicki.  “The Texas Methodist Newspapers, 1872-1873.”  Chronicles of

                        Smith County, Texas
36 no. 2 (Summer 1997):  16-25.
*%#+   Betts, Vicki.  “The Texas Methodist Newspapers, 1874-1877.”  Chronicles of

                       
Smith County, Texas
38 no. 1 (Summer 1999):  31-39.
*%#+   Betts, Vicki.  “The Texas Methodist Newspapers, 1878-1879.”  Chronicles of

                       
Smith County, Texas
38 no. 2 (Winter 1999):  19-29.
            Burton, Morris S.  Early History of Marvin Methodist Church, TS.  1967.

*%#+   Burton, Morris S.  “Marvin Methodist Church:  120 Years of Service for God in

                       
Tyler.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 7 no. 1 (Spring 1968):  19-26.

*          Cedar Street Methodist Church.  Membership List Cedar Street United Methodist

                       
Church:  From 1888 Through 1992
.  [Tyler, TX:  Cedar Street United
                       
Methodist Church, 1992?]
%         Cedar Street UMC.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Church.

           
Centennial Directory, 1883-1983:  First United Methodist Church ... Lindale 

                        Texas
.  [S.l.:  s.n.], 1983.
%         Center UMC.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Church.

           
“Charter Members of Tyler City Mission (Cedar Street). 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/churches/methodist/csumem.html. 
                       
Accessed 9 March 2006.
*          Coker, Jerry.  Cedar Street United Methodist Church Centennial, 1888-1988. 
                       
Tyler:  Coker, 1988.
*          Complete Church Register of the Noonday Methodist Episcopal Church. 
                       
Microfilm.
*          Davis, Dorma Odom.  Sabine Methodist Church, 1894-1969:  The Church in the

                        Wildwood
.  [Sabine:  Davis, 198?]
*%#+   Davis, Dorma Odom.  “Sabine Methodist:  ‘The Church in the Wildwood.’”
                       
Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 24 no. 2 (Winter 1985):  46-55, back
                        cover.
           
“1851-1855 Roll Book, Seven Leagues Society - Smith County, TX.” 
                       
ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/smith/church/leagues7.txt. 
                       
Accessed 9 March 2006.
*          Flint Methodist Church Records.  Begins ca. 1902.  Microfilm.
           
Hallowell, Flora H.  “Lanes Chapel Methodist Church Records.”  East Texas

                       
Family Records
8 no. 2 (1984). 
                       
ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/smith/church/lanemeth/lane2.txt. 
                       
Accessed 9 March 2006.
           
Hallowell, Flora H., comp.  “Register of Members, 1913-1914, Lane’s Chapel
                       
Methodist Church.” 
                       
ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/smith/church/lanemeth/laneschp.txt. 
                       
Accessed 9 March 2006.
*          Hallowell, Flora H.  "Smith County, Texas--Lanes Chapel Methodist Church
                        Records."  East Texas Family Records 8 no. 2 (Summer 1984):  33-42,
                        44; 8 no. 3 (Fall 1984):  30-35.
*+        Hardt, John Wesley.  Forward in Faith:  The Ministry and Mission of Marvin

                        United Methodist Church, 1848-1998
.  Austin:  Nortex Press, 1999.
            Hardy, John.  "Marvin United Methodist Church:  Past, Present and Future." 
                       
Texas Historian 52 no. 5 (May 1992):  13-14.
%         Harris Chapel, Methodist.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Church.

*%#+   Hart, Paxton.  “The Friendly Class of Marvin United Methodist Church:  A

                       
Review of Highlights, 1928-1982.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 21

                        no. 2 (Winter 1982):  38-45.
           
“The History of Cedar Street United Methodist Church, 1888-1988.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/churches/methodist/cedarhis.html
                       
Accessed 9 March 2006.
*%#+   House, Virgie, Willie Mae Beckendorf, and Pauline Clanton.  “Liberty Hill
                       
United Methodist Church.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 28 no. 2
                        (Winter 1989):  8-11.
*         
Lanes Chapel Methodist Church.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*%#+   Leath, Andrew L.  “Nineteenth Century Smith County Methodists.”  Chronicles

                        of Smith County, Texas
21 no. 2 (Winter 1982):  35-37.
%         Liberty Hill UMC.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Church.
%         Lindale UMC.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Church.

           
Mahaffay, Elaine.  A History of Wesley United Methodist Church 1950 to 1980: 

                        “The Church of a Warm Heart.
  [S.l.:  s.n., 1980.]
%        Marvin UMC.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                       under Church.
*         
Marvin United Methodist Church.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
           
“Marvin United Methodist Church 1892 Roll.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/churches/methodist/marvin1892.html. 
                       
Accessed 9 March 2006.
           
“Marvin’s Story.”  http://www.marvinumc.com/main.php?resource=69.  Accessed
                       
9 March 2006.
*%#+    “Methodist Church [Starrville].”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 23 no. 1
           
            (Summer 1984):  42.
%          Methodist, Miscellaneous.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Church.
*%#+    “Methodist Preachers in 1876.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 15 no. 1
                        (Summer 1976):  40.
*          Milligan, Dan and Mary Nell Dozier Milligan.  "Cedar Street United Methodist
                        Church Roll--1888-1898."  East Texas Family Records 24 no. 2 (Summer
                        2000):  42-49.
*          Milligan, Dan and Mary Nell Dozier Milligan.  "Cedar Street United Methodist
                        Church Roll--1899-1907."  East Texas Family Records 24 no. 3 (Fall
                        2000):  36-43.
*          Milligan, Dan and Mary Nell Dozier Milligan.  "Cedar Street United Methodist
                        Church Roll--1908-1914."  East Texas Family Records 24 no. 4
                        (Winter 2000):  40-43.

           
Packard, W. F.  The Faith Once Delivered to the Saints:  A Sermon by Rev. W. F.

                       
Packard, Pastor M. E. Church, South, Tyler, Texas
.  [Tyler, TX:  Pyler
                        Printing Co., n.d.]
           
“Pastor's Records of Baptisms and Transfers of Letters, Lanes Chapel Methodist
                       
Church - Smith County, TX.” 
                       
ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/smith/church/lanemeth/lanesbap.txt. 
                       
Accessed 9 March 2006.
           
Phelan, Marcum.  A History of Early Methodism in Texas, 1817-1866.  Nashville: 
                        Cokesbury Press, 1924.
*%#+   “Pleasant Retreat Methodist Church.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 13 no.
                        1 (Summer 1974):  40-57.
*           Pleasant Retreat Methodist Church, 1859-1898.  Tyler, TX:  s.n., 1984?
%         Pleasant Retreat UMC.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Church.
*         
Pollard Memorial United Methodist Church.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
%         Sabine UMC  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Church.
%         St. Paul's UMC.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Church.
*          Thedford, Wilma.  "Smith County--1851-1855 Roll Book, Seven Leagues Society."
                        East Texas Family Records 5 no. 4 (Winter 1981):  44-45.
*#+      Vernon, Walter N.  The Methodist Excitement in Texas:  A History.  Dallas: 
                       
Texas United Methodist Historical Society, 1984.
%         Wesley UMC.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Church.

           
Williams, Mrs. Jim.  History of Lindale Methodist Church.  Lindale:  privately
                        published, 1936.  

RELIGION--MUSLIMS
%          Islamic, Muslims.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Church.

RELIGION--PRESBYTERIAN
           
“The Beginning of the First Presbyterian Church of Tyler.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/churches/presbyterian/1stpres.html. 
                       
Accessed 9 March 2006.  
%         Bethesda Presbyterian.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Church.
           
“Bethesda Presbyterian Church, U.S.”  [Lindale, Texas]. 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/churches/presbyterian/bethesdachu.html. 
                       
Accessed 9 March 2006.
*%#+   Castleberry, Vivian.  “Bethesda Presbyterian Church, 1879-1993, and Bethesda
                        Cemetery Association, 1905-1993.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas

                        35 no. 1 (Summer 1996):  1-5.
%         Cumberland Presbyterian.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Church.

           
Dickey, William Nathaniel.  “The Beginnings of Presbyterians in Smith County,
                       
Texas.” 
                       
ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/smith/church/presbyte.txt. 
                       
Accessed 9 March 2006.
*          Dickey, William Nathaniel.  "Smith County--History of Tyler Presbyterian Church."
                        East Texas Family Records 22 no. 1 (Spring 1998):  35-39.
           
*%#+   Creary, Mary Frances.  “First Presbyterian Church, U.S., Troup, Texas.” 
           
            Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 29 no. 2 (Winter 19990):  29-30.
*          
First Presbyterian Church.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
            
“First Presbyterian Church, Troup, TX.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/pioneers/engledow/church/1stpres.html. 
           
            Accessed 9 March 2006.
%         Presbyterian.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Church.
*+        Red, William Stuart.  A History of the Presbyterian Church in Texas.  [Austin:] 
                        Steck, 1936.  

ROSES AND ROSE FESTIVAL
*%#+   “Battle of the Roses.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 10 no. 1 (Spring 1971): 
                       
59-61.   [Fruit Palace Festival of 1896]
+          Bell, Henry M., III.  “The Texas Rose Festival Celebrates 56 Years of Tradition.” 
                        Tyler Today
(Fall 1989):  29-31.
#+         Bronaugh, Frank.  50 Years, Texas Rose Festival Association, 1933-1983.  [Tyler: 
                       
Texas Rose Festival Association, 1984?]
*%#+    Bronaugh, Frank.  “September 30, 1938:  The Day the Bleachers Fell.” 
                       
Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 24 no. 1 (Summer 1985):  27-31.
           
Brown, Fred Douglass.  “Study of Rose Production and Rose Products in Smith
                       
County, Texas.”  M.S. thesis, Prairie View A&M College, 1950.
*          Clark, Neil M.  "Two Billion Roses."  Saturday Evening Post, 4 Oct. 1947, pp.
                        36-37, 141, 143-144.
+          Collins, Sara.  “Behind the Scenes:  The Rose Coronation, a Presentation That
                        Rivals the Ziegfield Follies!”  Tyler Life 2 no. 1 (October 1985):  10, 12-13, 41.
+          Collins, Sara.  “Dean of Roses and Student of Life.”  Tyler Life 1 no. 6 (March 1985): 
                        44-45.  [Eldon W. Lyle]
*%#+   [Cover of 1938 Texas Rose Festival Program].  Chronicles of Smith County,

                       
Texas
24 no. 1 (Summer 1985):  back cover.
            Deakins, Sue.  “Romancing the Rose.”  Tyler Today (Fall 1995):  19-21.
+          Deakins, Sue.  “Texas Rose Festival … Then & Now.”  Tyler Today (Fall 1994): 
                        18-21.
+          Denniston, George, Jr.  “Radiant Roses:  A Tribute to Tyler’s Rose Industry.” 
                        Tyler Today
(Fall 1994):  22-23.
            Faubion, R. D.  “The Rose Doctor.”  Tyler Today (Fall 1996):  36-37.  [Eldon Lyle]
            Handbook of Texas Online
, s.v. "ROSE INDUSTRY,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/RR/drr1.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).

            Handbook of Texas Online
, s.v. "TEXAS ROSE FESTIVAL,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/TT/lkt4.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).
+          Jones, Kyle.  “New Look for Tyler’s Rose Garden:  Tyler Rose Garden/Rose
                        Museum Complex.”  Tyler Today (Fall 1991):  17-19.
+          King, Barbara.  “66 Years of Festival Memories.”  Tyler Today (Fall 1999):  56. 
           
Knight, Stuart B.  "Economic Study of the Rose Industry in the Tyler, Texas,

                       
Area
."  M.S. in Agricultural Economics, Agricultural and Mechanical
                       
College of Texas, 1942. 
*         
Lyle, Dr. Eldon.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*#+      Lyle, E. W.  "From Cotton to Roses, Part II:  The Rose Industry."  In Glover and
                       
Cross, eds., Tyler and Smith County, 148-157.
*%#+   Lyle, E. W.  “Rose Growing & How It All Began.”  Chronicles of Smith County,

                       
Texas
4 no. 1 (Spring 1965):  3-5.
           
Lyle, E. W.  "Texas Rose Growing Industry."  American Nurseryman (July 1958): 
                       
8-9, 32-48.
+          Mallory, Randall S.  “Roses:  More than Meet the Eye.”  Tyler Magazine (Fall/
                        Winter 1984):  25-26.
*          Mallory, Randy.  "Tyler:  Where the Roses Grow."  Texas Highways 42 no. 10
                       
(October 1995):  42-45.
           
“Memories of a Rose Queen:  Mothers and Daughters.” Tyler Life 1 no. 1 (Oct.
                        1984):  9.
           
Moran, Leigh Ann.  "By Any Other Name [Texas Rose Festival in Tyler]."  Ultra
                       
(October 1988):  40, 42.
*%#+   “A Picture from Our Past.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 34 no. 1 (Summer
                       
1995):  back cover.  [Missouri governor receiving roses from secretary of
                       
Dixie Rose Nursery at Cotton Belt exhibit, Texas Centennial at Dallas.]
+          “A Place for Memories:  Proposed Rose Museum Would be New Tyler Tourist
                        Attraction.”  Tyler Life 2 no. 1 (October 1985):  14-15.
%         Rose Festival, Center, Queens.  Smith County Historical Society.  See Boxes.
*          Rose Festival History.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Rose Festival, 1933 to current year.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
            “The Rose Festival’s Color and Pageantry.”  Tyler People (October-November
                        1986):  5-6, 8.
+          “Rose Festivals Revisited:  Proposed Rose Museum Hopes to Preserve the Memories.” 
                        Tyler Magazine
(Fall/Winter 1985):  18-20.
*         
Rose Garden.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Rose Industry.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Rose Memorial.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.

           
Sitton, Diane Morey.  "Tyler Rose Garden Bursting with Blooms."  Neil Sperry's

                       
Gardens & More
3 no. 10 (October 1989):  26-28.
           
“A Tale of Texas Rose Festivals.”  Tyler Life 1 no. 1 (October 1984):  4-7.
           
[Tyler Business and Professional Women’s Club win first prize in Rose Show.] 
                       
National Business Woman 12 no. 12 (December 1933:  408-409.  Includes
                       
photo.
           
Texas Rose Festival Association.  The Officers and Directors of the Texas Rose

                       
Festival Association of Tyler, Texas, Request the Honor of Your Presence
                       
in This the Centennial Year to Visit the Annual Texas Rose Festival: 
                       
October Second to Sixth Inclusive, Nineteen Hundred and Thirty-Six
. 
                       
Tyler:  The Association, 1936.  Held by University of Houston.
*           Twenty-Five Years of Rose Festivals.  [Tyler:]  Story-Wright [1962].
           
"Tyler Roses."  Texas Highways 36 no. 10 (October 1989):  49.
*%#+   Wadel, Helen.  “Bring a Rose For Your Love.”  Chronicles of Smith County,

           
            Texas
28 no. 1 (Summer 1989):  back cover.  [cover of sheet music
           
           
performed at Texas Rose Festival]
*#+        Watkins, A. F.  "The Rose Industry of Texas."  Historical Encyclopedia of  Texas. 

                        II, 77.  

SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR
*%#+    Lawrence, F. Lee.  “A Smith County Company for the Splendid Little War.” 
                       
Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 6 no. 1 (Spring 1967):  40-44.
%          Spanish-American War.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society
                        Archives.  See folder under Military.

SPORTS--GENERAL
%         Automobile Racing.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Sports.
*          Balloons.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Boxing.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.

            Denniston, George, Jr.  “Back in the Saddle:  East Texas Equestrians.”  Tyler Today
                        (Winter 1992):  32-35.
+          Kerr, Zoe.  “What’s a Wicket?”  Tyler Today (Spring 2005):  53-56.
           
Hardin, John Daniel.  “A Study of Community Recreation Areas, Facilities, and
                       
Activities for Negroes in Bryan, Waco, Corsicana, Tyler, Texas, and
                       
Limestone County.”  M.S. thesis, Prairie View A&M College, 1963.
&          Jackson, Charles Lee.  "A Study of Community Recreation Areas, Facilities, and
                       
Activities for Negroes in Gladewater, Henderson, Kilgore, Longview, and
                       
Tyler, Texas."  Thesis, Texas College, 1959.
            "Life Near the  Fast Lane:  Up-and-Comer C. J. Fambrough Looks Forward to the
                        Nextel Cup."  Tyler Today (Skpring 2006):  79-80.
           
Nelson, Bruce:  “A Different Sport:  Now This Game is ‘Cricket.’”  East Texas 2
                        no. 14 (Holiday issue 1986):  68-69.
*         
Rodeo.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Sky Diving.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folders under People.

%         Sports, Miscellaneous.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives. 
                        See folder under Sports.     
+          "Woods and Water:  Sportsman's Extravaganza Draws a Crowd in Tyler."  Texas

                       
Parks and Wildlife
52 no. 5 (May 1994):  52.

SPORTS--BASEBALL
%          Baseball.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Sports.
*         
Baseball.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Baseball—“Wildcatters.”  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.

*%#+   “Batter Up!”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 27 no. 1 (1988):  61.  [Cotton

                       
Belt baseball team, 1898].
+          Bell, Kelly.  “Professional Baseball Returns to Tyler.”  Tyler Today (Summer 1994): 
                        26-29.
*#+      Bowman, Larry G.  “Cannibals and Sports:  The Texas League Comes to

                        Longview and Tyler, Texas, 1932.”  East Texas Historical Journal 36 no.
                        1 (1998):  48-59.

*%#+   Horton, Brent.  “The 1952 East Texans (A Scrapbook).”  Chronicles of Smith

                        County, Texas
33 no. 1 (Summer 1994):  16.
           
“Meet the WildCatters.”  Tyler Today (Summer 1996):  28-31.
*         
Mike Carter Field.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*%#+   “The 1926 Tyler Trojans.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 33 no. 2 (Winter

                       
1994):  cover front and back.  [photo of team]
*#+      O'Neal, Bill.  The Texas League:  A Century of Baseball, 1888-1987.  Austin: 

                        Eakin Press, 1987.

*%#+    Whitham, Patrick.  “Play Ball!” [players].  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 33

                       
no. 1 (Summer 1994):  15.

*%#+    Whitham, Patrick.  “’Play Ball!’:  A History of Minor League Baseball in Tyler,

                       
1912-1955.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 33 no. 1 (Summer 1994): 
                       
1-9.

*%#+    Whitham, Patrick.  “Tyler’s Minor League Baseball Parks.”  Chronicles of Smith

                       
County, Texas
33 no. 1 (Summer 1994):  10-14.  
           
Whitt, Charles.  “Play Ball!  Tyler WildCatters.”  Tyler Today (Summer 1997):  29-31.
            Whitt, Charles.  “Tyler Wildcatters 1997 Season.”  Tyler Today (Spring 1997):  33-35.

SPORTS--BASKETBALL
%         Basketball.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Sports.
*            Bowman, Bob.  Wag:  The Story of Texas Coaching Legend Floyd Wagstaff. 
                       
Tyler, TX:  Tyler Junior College, 1994.
*%#+    Hudnall, Fones Oden.  “The Billikens & the Pensive Pups.”  Chronicles of Smith

                       
County, Texas
21 no. 1 (Summer 1982):  45.  [girls’ basketball, 1909—not
                        school related]  

SPORTS—FISHING , THE FISH HATCHERY, AND BOATING
*          Cox, Jim.  "Big Bass Grows Past State Record Weight."  Texas Parks & Wildlife
                       
(April 1989):  16.
*          Cox, Jim.  "Trophy Bass Depot:  Tyler State Fish Hatchery."  Texas Parks &

                       
Wildlife
(January 1989):  10-11.
           
Franks, Jessica Laura.  "Zooplankton Community Structure and Feeding Habits of
                       
Larval Florida Largemouth Bass in Rearing Ponds at the Tyler State Fish
                       
Hatchery, Texas (Micropterus Salmoides Floridanus)."  M.S. thesis,
                       
Stephen F. Austin State University, 1995.
*          "Outdoor Roundup [Tyler State Fish Hatchery]."  Texas Parks & Wildlife 50 no. 8
                       
(August 1992):  54-56.
           
Zapata, Alfonso.  “The Occurrence, Effects and Explanation of Crowding in

                        Recreational Boating.”  Ph.D. dissertation, Texas A&M University, 1981.
 

SPORT--FOOTBALL
%         Football.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Sports.
*          Football.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.

SPORTS--GOLF
+          “Above Par:  A Look at Tyler’s Top Golf Courses.”  Tyler Today (Spring 2006): 
                        76-77.
            Denniston, George, Jr.  “Teeing Off in Tyler.”  Tyler Today (Spring 1995):  9-11.
*          Eisenhower International Golf Classic.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
%         Golf.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Sports.
*          Golf.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
+          Parish, Delissa.  “Garden Valley Golf Resort.”  Tyler Today (Summer 2000):  56.

SPORTS--HUNTING
*%#+   Greer, Jane Judge.  “Fox Hunters of East Texas.”  Chronicles of Smith County,

                       
Texas
22 no. 1 (Summer 1983):  1-6.
           
Knight, Steve.  "Smith County Bucks on Parade:  Certainly Not Known for its
                       
Deer Hunting, This Pineywoods County Turned Some Heads Last Season
                       
by Producing a Boone and Crockett Whitetail and a  Trophy Mule Deer." 
                       
Texas Sportsman no. 7 (July 1989):  25-26.  

SPORTS--TENNIS
%         Tennis.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Sports. 

*%#+   “Tennis Anyone?”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 10 no. 1 (Spring 1971): 

                        18.   
[1880s? photograph]