Bibliography of Smith County, Texas--T-Z

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

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

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

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Tax Records
Texas Fruit Palace
Theater
Towns and Communities—General
Towns and Communities—Akron
Towns and Communities--Amigo
Towns and Communities--Antioch
Towns and Communities--Arp
Towns and Communities--Bascom
Towns and Communities--Bass
Towns and Communities--Bellwood
Towns and Communities--Belzora
Towns and Communities--Bethlehem
Towns and Communities--Blackjack
Towns and Communities--Browning
Towns and Communities--Bullard
Towns and Communities—Burning Bush
Towns and Communities--Carroll
Towns and Communities--Center
Towns and Communities—Center (near Owentown)
Towns and Communities—Cherokee Hill
Towns and Communities—Clear Springs
Towns and Communities--Copeland

Towns and Communities--Dawson Hill

Towns and Communities--Dean
Towns and Communities--Dixie
Towns and Communities—Dogwood City
Towns and Communities--Douglas
Towns and Communities--Dunbar
Towns and Communities--Elberta
Towns and Communities--Elkton
Towns and Communities—Emerald Bay
Towns and Communities--Etna
Towns and Communities--Fairview
Towns and Communities--Ferguson
Towns and Communities--Flint
Towns and Communities--Flora

Towns and Communities--Friendship
Towns and Communities--Galena
Towns and Communities--Galilee
Towns and Communities—Garden Valley
Towns and Communities--Greenbriar
Towns and Communities--Gresham
Towns and Communities—Harris Chapel
Towns and Communities—Harris Creek
Towns and Communities--Hebron
Towns and Communities—Hide-A-Way
Towns and Communities--Highland
Towns and Communities--Holt
Towns and Communities--Hopewell
Towns and Communities--Independence
Towns and Communities—Indian Creek
Towns and Communities--Jackson
Towns and Communities—Jamestown (East Smith County)
Towns and Communities—Jamestown (Northwest Smith County)
Towns and Communities--Joy
Towns and Communities—Lane’s Chapel
Towns and Communities—Lee Spring
Towns and Communities--Liberty
Towns and Communities—Lincoln Springs
Towns and Communities--Lindale
Towns and Communities—Mechanicsville
Towns and Communities--Midway
Towns and Communities—Mount Carmel
Towns and Communities—Mount Olive
Towns and Communities—Mount Sylvan
Towns and Communities--Nebo
Towns and Communities—New Bethel

Towns and Communities--New Chapel Hill

Towns and Communities—New Harmony
Towns and Communities—New Home
Towns and Communities—New Hope
Towns and Communities--Noonday
Towns and Communities--Omen
Towns and Communities--Overton
Towns and Communities--Owentown

Towns and Communities--Pine Grove

Towns and Communities—Pine Springs
Towns and Communities—Pleasant Grove
Towns and Communities—Pleasant Hill
Towns and Communities—Pleasant Retreat
Towns and Communities--Pounds
Towns and Communities--Providence
Towns and Communities—Red Springs
Towns and Communities--Rice
Towns and Communities—Sabine
Towns and Communities--Salem
Towns and Communities—Sand Flat
Towns and Communities—Seven Leagues
Towns and Communities—Shady Grove
Towns and Communities--Sharon
Towns and Communities--Silone
Towns and Communities—Silver Pines
Towns and Communities—Sinclair City
Towns and Communities—Spring Branch
Towns and Communities—Spring Hill
Towns and Communities—St. Louis
Towns and Communities—St. Viola
Towns and Communities--Starrville
Towns and Communities--Swan
Towns and Communities--Teaselville
Towns and Communities--Thackwell
Towns and Communities--Thedford
Towns and Communities--Thompson
Towns and Communities—Thompson Hills
Towns and Communities--Troup
Towns and Communities—Tyler (General)
Towns and Communities—Tyler—City Government
Towns and Communities—Tyler—City Directories
Towns and Communities—Tyler—Telephone Directories
Towns and Communities—Union Chapel
Towns and Communities--Universe
Towns and Communities--Utica
Towns and Communities—Walnut Grove
Towns and Communities—Water’s Bluff
Towns and Communities—Whitehouse
Towns and Communities--Winona
Towns and Communities—Wood Springs
Towns and Communities—Wright City
Towns and Communities--Youngsboro
Transportation—General
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TAX RECORDS
%        Assessment and Taxation.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Miscellaneous.
+          East Texas Genealogical Society.  1890 Tax Record Abstract.  Tyler:  The

                        Society, 1985.  Vol. I

*%#+   “1846 Smith County Tax Rolls.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 35 no. 1

                        (Summer 1996):  27-32.

*          Smith County.  Tax Records, MS.  1846-19100.  Microfilm.

            Smith County.  Tax Records.  Records from about 1900 to about 20 years ago are
                       
at the Cotton Belt Building, past 20 or so years are at the County Tax
                       
Office, Smith County Courthouse.  Cotton Belt Building also has old
                       
volumes of maps of the surveys showing ownership, all 20th century.  All
                       
current maps are at the Smith County Appraisal District, 245 SSE Loop
                       
323 Tyler, TX 75702.  Current records are online at
                       
http://www.smithcountymapsite.org/.
 

TEXAS FRUIT PALACE
*%#+   Burton, Morris S.  “Texas Fruit Palace and Encampment at Tyler, Texas, Second
                       
Annual Exposition, July 8th to 22nd, 1896.”  Chronicles of Smith County,

                       
Texas
4 no. 2 (Fall 1965):  20-23.
*         
Fruit Palace.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*%#+   [Stock certificate for Texas Fruit Palace].  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 22
                       
no. 1 (Summer 1983):  back cover.
%         Texas Fruit Palace.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Buildings.

           
Texas News and Illustrator.  Souvenir ed.  July 1896; "Tyler and the Fruit
                       
Palace." 
*%#+    __________.  Reprinted in Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 6 (Spring 1967):
                       
13-32.

THEATER
%          Actors.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Miscellaneous.
*         
Actresses/Actors.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*%#+    “Addendum.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 22 no. 1 (Summer 1983):  7. 

                       
[stock certificate for Tyler Opera House Company]
*         
Brickstreet Playhouse.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
+          Collins, Daye.  “The Show Must Go On.”  Tyler Today (Winter 2003):  12-13.
+          Denniston, George, Jr.  “Tyler Civic Theatre.”  Tyler Today (Fall 1993):  31-33.
           
Huffman, Melissa.  "Tyler Community Theater."  B.Arch. thesis, Texas Tech
                       
University, 1982.
%         Jean Samford Theatre Scrapbook.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See Boxes.
+          Kerr, Zoe.  “S.T.A.R.s, Stripes, and Theatre in the Round!”  Tyler Today (Summer
                        2005):  62-65.
*%#+   King, C. Richard.  “Divine Sarah’s Tyler Visit, April 2, 1906.”  Chronicles of

                       
Smith County, Texas
14 no. 2 (Winter 1975):  56-61.
           
King, C. Richard.  "Sarah Bernhardt in Texas."  Southwestern Historical

                       
Quarterly
68 (October 1964):  196-206.
%         Opera Houses and Theatres.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society
                        Archives.  See folder under Miscellaneous.

+          Simpson, Jerry Allen.  “The Opera House Era in Tyler, 1879-1914:  A History of
                        the Legitimate Theatres in a Typical Small Texas Community.”  M.A.
                        thesis, University of Texas at Tyler, 1991.
 
%         Theatres, Civic, Little.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See Boxes.
*         
Tyler Civic Theater.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
+          Vierkant, Moriah.  “Tyler Civic Theatre Celebrates 50th Season.”  Tyler Today
                        (Winter 1998):  25.

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES--GENERAL
*          Bowman, Bob.  This Was East Texas:  An Anthology of Ghost Towns.  Diboll: 
                       
Angelina Free Press, 1966.

            __________.  The Towns We Left Behind.  Diboll:  Angelina Free Press, 1972. 

*#+      Cross, Linda Brown.  "Smith County Towns and Communities."  In Glover and
                       
Cross, eds.  Tyler and Smith County, 161-183.
           
Kelly, Rebecca S.  East Texas Towns and Their Ghosts.  Baltimore, MD: 
                       
PublishAmerica, 2004.  Includes Tyler.
           
“Smith County Texas Index of Landmarks & Vanished Communities.” 
                       
http://landmark.granbury.com/smith.htm.  Accessed 9 March 2006.
%         Springs, Towns Named.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Places.

*          Tarpley, Fred.  Place Names of Northeast Texas.  Commerce:  East Texas State

                       
University Press, 1969.
 

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—AKRON
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "AKRON, TX,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/AA/hra17.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).  

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—AMIGO
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "AMIGO, TX,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/AA/hra36.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).  

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—ANTIOCH
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "ANTIOCH, TX,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/AA/hra88.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).  

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—ARP
*          Arp, Smith County, Texas.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
%         
Arp.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Places.

            Handbook of Texas Online
, s.v. "ARP, TX,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/AA/hla25.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).  

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—BASCOM
           
“Bascom School, ca. 1899.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 23 no. 2 (Winter
           
            1984):  33.

           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "BASCOM, TX,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/BB/hrb75.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).

*%#+   Leath, Andrew L.  “Bascom, Texas:  Typical Texana.”  Chronicles of Smith

           
County, Texas
13 no. 1 (Summer 1974):  58-67.

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—BASS
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "BASS, TX,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/BB/hrbap.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—BELLWOOD
Handbook of Texas Online
, s.v. "BELLWOOD, TX,"
            http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/BB/hvb36.html
            (accessed March 7, 2006).  

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—BELZORA
%         Belzora Crossing.  Vertical file.   Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Places.

           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "BELZORA, TX,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/BB/hvb37.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).
*%#+   Leath, Andrew L.  “Belzora & Shipping Cotton on the Sabine.”  Chronicles of

                       
Smith County, Texas
25 no. 2 (Winter 1986):  10-12.  

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—BETHLEHEM
            Handbook of Texas Online
, s.v. "BETHLEHEM, TX,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/BB/hrbar.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).  

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—BLACKJACK
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "BLACKJACK, TX,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/BB/hrbaq.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).  

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—BROWNING 
            Handbook of Texas Online
, s.v. "BROWNING, TX,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/BB/hnb86.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).
 

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—BULLARD
*         
Bullard, Smith County, TX.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
%         Bullard.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Places.
+        "Bullard" in Little Towns of Texas, edited by Kathleen E. St. Clair and Clifton
                        R. St. Clair.  Jacksonville, TX:  Jayroe Graphic Arts, 1982, pp. 169-
                        171.
          
Bullard, Texas, depot. [photo].  http://txdepot.railfan.net/Bullard.html.  Accessed
                       
9 March 2006.
#+        Cravy, Thelma Chambers, et al., comp. and ed.  The Bullard Area:  Its History

                       
and People, 1800-1977
.  Jacksonville:  Bullard Community Library
                       
Committee, 1977.
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "BULLARD, TX,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/BB/hlb62.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—BURNING BUSH—See also RELIGION—GENERAL.
           
Baker, T. Lindsey.  Ghost Towns of Texas.  Norman:  University of Oklahoma
                       
Press, 1986.  Burning Bush pp. 16-18.
%         Burning Bush.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Places.

           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "BURNING BUSH COLONY,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/BB/ueb7.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—CARROLL  
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "CARROLL, TX,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/CC/hnc17.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).  

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—CENTER
*%#+  Culpepper, John.  “Pictures from Our Past:  The Center Community.”  Chronicles

                       
of Smith County, Texas
30 no. 1 (Winter 1991):  28-30.
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "CENTER, TX,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/CC/hrcdt.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—CENTER (NEAR OWENTOWN)
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "CENTER, TX,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/CC/hrcdt.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).  

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—CHEROKEE HILL
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "CHEROKEE HILL, TX,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/CC/hrcfg.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).  

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—CLEAR SPRINGS
            Handbook of Texas Online
, s.v. "CLEAR SPRINGS, TX,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/CC/hrcdv.html
                    (accessed March 7, 2006).  

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—COPELAND
*          Beddingfield, Norma.  "The Burns School and the Coplen Community." 
                        East Texas Family Records 19 no. 3 (Fall 1995):  34-42.
*          Beddingfield, Norma.  "The Burns School and the Coplen Community,
                        Part II."  East Texas Family Records 19 no. 4 (Winter l995):
                        34-39.
             
            Handbook of Texas Online
, s.v. "COPELAND, TX,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/CC/hvc75.html
                       
(accessed March 7, 2006).

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES--DAWSON HILL
*          Dawson Hill, Smith County, Texas.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—DEAN
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "DEAN, TX,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/DD/hvd60.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).  

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—DIXIE
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "DIXIE, TX,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/DD/hrd68.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).  

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—DOGWOOD CITY
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "DOGWOOD CITY, TX,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/DD/hld39.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).  

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—DOUGLAS
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "DOUGLAS, TX,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/DD/hrd67.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).  

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—DUNBAR
            
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "DUNBAR, TX,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/DD/hrd69.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).  

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—ELBERTA
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "ELBERTA, TX,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/EE/hte8.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).  

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—ELKTON
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "ELKTON, TX,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/EE/hre16.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).  

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—EMERALD BAY
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "EMERALD BAY, TX,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/EE/hle36.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).  

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—ETNA
*%#+   Burton, Morris S.  “Etna, A Smith County Ghost Town.”  Chronicles of Smith

                       
County, Texas
28 no. 1 (Summer 1989):  11-18.
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "ETNA, TX,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/EE/hrelp.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—FAIRVIEW  
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "FAIRVIEW, TX,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/FF/hrf54.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).  

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—FERGUSON
*%#+   Leath, Andrew L.  “Ghost Town of Ferguson.”  Chronicles of Smith County,

                       
Texas
34 no. 2 (Winter 1995):  4-6.
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "FERGUSON, TX,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/FF/hvf15.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—FLINT  
+           "Flint" in Little Towns in Texas, edited by Kathleen E. St. Clair and Clifton
                        R. St. Clair.  Jacksonville, TX:  Jayroe Graphic Arts, 1982, pp. 357-
                        358.
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "FLINT, TX,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/FF/hlf14.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).
*%#+   Smyrl, Sammie Morgan.  “Flint in the 1920’s.”  Edited and annotated by Frank H.
                       
Smyrl.  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 5 no. 1 (Spring 1966):  30-36.  

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—FLORA
            Bell, Kelly.  “Flora, Texas:  Lost in Time.”  Tyler Today (Spring 1995):  26-27.
*%#+   Carter, Milton and Sarah A. Carter.  “News from Flora, 1863:  The Carter
                       
Letters.”  Edited by Andrew L. Leath.  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas
                       
25 no. 1 (Summer 1986):  27-31.
%         Flora.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder under
                        Places.
*%#+   “Flora [photo of school in early part of 20th century].  Chronicles of Smith County,

                       
Texas
25 no. 1 (Summer 1986):  back cover.
*%#+   Leath, Andrew L.  “Flora.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 25 no. 1 (Summer
                       
1986):  1-14.  

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—FRIENDSHIP
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "FRIENDSHIP, TX,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/FF/hrf53.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—GALENA  
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "GALENA, TX,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/GG/hrg67.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).  

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES--GALILEE
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "GALILEE, TX,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/GG/hrg66.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).  

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—GARDEN VALLEY
*%#+   "Dun & Co. Rates:  Garden Valley & Mt. Sylvan, 1880-1897.”  Chronicles of

                        Smith County, Texas
43 (2004):  43-44.
%          Garden Valley.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Places.
*         
Garden Valley.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
            Handbook of Texas Online
, s.v. "GARDEN VALLEY, TX,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/GG/hlg6.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).
*%#+   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.  

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—GREENBRIAR
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "GREENBRIAR, TX,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/GG/hvg47.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—GRESHAM
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "HARRIS CHAPEL, TX,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/HH/hrh82.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).  

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—HARRIS CHAPEL
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "HARRIS CHAPEL, TX,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/HH/hrh82.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).  

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—HARRIS CREEK
            Handbook of Texas Online
, s.v. "HARRIS CREEK, TX,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/HH/hrh87.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).   

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—HEBRON
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "HEBRON, TX,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/HH/hrh84.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).  

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—HIDE-A-WAY
            Handbook of Texas Online
, s.v. "HIDEAWAY, TX,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/HH/hgh13.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).
%         Hideaway History.  Manuscript.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
%         Hideaway Lake.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Places.
*         
Hideaway Lake Community.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
           
Parker, June T. and Forrest Harrisberger.  Hubbard & Hide-A-Way:  A History. 
                       
[Lindale, Tex.]:  Hide-A-Way Lake Club, 2000.
           
Trop, June.  History of Hide-A-Way Lake:  The Richard B. Hubbard Story of the

                        Cemetery, Plantation and Families
.  [Lindale, Tex.:  J. Trop, 1976].  

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—HIGHLAND
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "HIGHLAND, TX,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/HH/hrhab.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—HOLT
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "HOLT, TX,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/HH/hrh85.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—HOPEWELL
            Handbook of Texas Online
, s.v. "HOPEWELL, TX,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/HH/hrh83.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—INDEPENDENCE
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "INDEPENDENCE, TX,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/II/hri13.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—INDIAN CREEK  
            Handbook of Texas Online
, s.v. "INDIAN CREEK, TX,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/II/hli14.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES--JACKSON
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "JACKSON, TX,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/JJ/hrj29.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—JAMESTOWN (EAST SMITH COUNTY)
            Handbook of Texas Online
, s.v. "JAMESTOWN, TX,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/JJ/hnj3.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).
%          Jamestown/Jimtown.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Places.
*%#+    “Membership List, Jamestown Masonic Lodge, 1855-1859.”  Chronicles of Smith

                       
County, Texas
29 no. 2 (Winter 1990):  10.      
*%#+    Wilkins, James.  “Jamestown:  Profile of a  Smith County ‘Ghost Town.’” 
                       
Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 4 no. 2 (Fall 1965):  1-10.
*%#+    Wilkins, John W.  “Dr. Thomas Hunt Hall’s Life in Jamestown, 1854-1879.” 
                       
Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 21 no. 2 (Winter 1982):  15-32.  

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—JAMESTOWN (NW SMITH COUNTY)
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "JAMESTOWN, TX,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/JJ/hrj30.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).  

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—JOY
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "JOY, TX,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/JJ/hvj28.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).
*%#+    Wilkins, John W.  “Joy:  Microcosm of Rural America.”  Chronicles of Smith

                       
County, Texas
17 no. 1 (Summer 1978):  52-58.  

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—LANE’S CHAPEL
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "LANES CHAPEL, TX,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/LL/hrl98.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).  

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—LEE SPRING
            Handbook of Texas Online
, s.v. "LEE SPRING, TX,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/LL/hrl97.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES--LIBERTY
            Handbook of Texas online, s.v. "LIBERTY, TX,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/LL/hr199.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).  

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—LINCOLN SPRINGS
            Handbook of Texas Online
, s.v. "LINCOLN SPRINGS, TX,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/LL/hrlad.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).  

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—LINDALE
*%#+   Betts, Vicki, comp.  “Early Lindale Businesses.”  Chronicles of Smith County,

                       
Texas
31 no. 1 (Summer 1992):  25, 31, 35.
            Handbook of Texas Online
, s.v. "LINDALE, TX,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/LL/hjl8.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).
*%#+   Jones, Mrs.  “Lindale’s Limerick Hotel.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 10
                       
no. 2 (Fall 1971):  9-13.
*%#+   Leath, Andrew L.  “Lindale Views.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 31 no. 1
                       
(Summer 1992):  20-25.
*%#+   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.
%          Lindale.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Places.
*         
Lindale, Smith County, Texas.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*%#+   “Marchman’s/Lindale.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 15 no. 2 (Winter
                       
1976):  back cover.
           
McClellan, Myrtle Thomas.  “A Survey of the Housing Needs of Selected
                       
Homemakers in the Patronage Area of Bragg Morris High School,
                       
Lindale, Texas.”  M.S. thesis, Prairie View A&M College, 1956.
*%#+   Prater, Mrs. Earl.  “Lindale, The City and Its History.”  Chronicles of Smith

                       
County, Texas
10 no. 1 (Spring 1971):  54-58. 
*%#+   “Views of Lindale.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 7 no. 1 (Spring 1968):  8-
                       
9.  

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—MECHANICSVILLE  
            Handbook of Texas Online
, s.v. "MECHANICSVILLE, TX,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/MM/hvmcr.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).
*%#+    Kruschwitz, Vicki Barron.  “The Heyday of Mechanicsville:  A Forgotten
                        Community Remembered.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 43 (2004): 
                       
1-13.  
%         Mechanicsville.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Places.
*         
Mechanicsville.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folder under New
                        Harmony.

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—MIDWAY  
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "MIDWAY, TX,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/MM/hrman.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—MOUNT CARMEL
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "MOUNT CARMEL, TX,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/MM/hrmak.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—MOUNT OLIVE
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "MOUNT OLIVE, TX,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/MM/hrmal.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—MOUNT SYLVAN
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "MOUNT SYLVAN, TX,"
                   
    http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/MM/hlm95.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).

         
Mount Sylvan.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—NEBO
       
    Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "NEBO, TX,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/NN/hvn10.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—NEW BETHEL
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "NEW BETHEL, TX,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/NN/hrn40.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES--NEW CHAPEL HILL
%         New Chapel Hill.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Places.
*          New Chapel Hill, Smith County, Texas.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—NEW HARMONY
            Handbook of Texas Online
, s.v. "NEW HARMONY, TX,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/NN/hrn12.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).

         
New Harmony, Smith County, Texas. Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—NEW HOME
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "NEW HOME, TX,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/NN/hrn41.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—NEW HOPE
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "NEW HOPE, TX,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/NN/hrn42.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—NOONDAY
*%#+   “Brief History of Noonday Baptist Church, Route 8, Tyler, Texas, 1876-1976.” 
                       
Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 21 no. 1 (Summer 1982):  21-24.
*%#+   Gentry, A. C.  “Noonday:  A Portfolio.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 21

                       
no. 1 (Summer 1982):  cover, 13.

            Handbook of Texas Online
, s.v. "NOONDAY, TX,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/NN/hnn31.html  
                       
(accessed March 7, 2006).
%         Noonday.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Places.
*         
Noonday, Smith County, Texas.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Smith, Lloyd.  The History of Noonday Community [since] The Year 1860, TS. 
                       
1948.  Photocopy.

*%#+   Smith, Lloyd.  “The History of Noonday Community, The Year:  1860.” 

                       
Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 21 no. 1 (Summer 1982):  14-19.

*%#+   Spivey, Annie Holbrook.  “Annie Holbrook Spivey, 5-5-81.”  Chronicles of Smith

                       
County, Texas
21 no. 1 (Summer 1982):  300-32.
*%#+    Tomlinson, Ossie Ruth.  “Ossie Ruth Tomlinson, 2-21-81.”  Chronicles of Smith

                       
County, Texas
21 no. 1 (Summer 1982):  25-29.  

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—OMEN (formerly Canton).  See also EDUCATION--SUMMER HILL SELECT SCHOOL
*%#+   Burton, Allyne.  “A. W. Orr’s Summer Hill Select School.”  Chronicles of Smith

                       
County, Texas
16 no. 1 (Summer 1977):  33-48.
*%#+   “The Canton Beat 1860.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 16 no. 1 (Summer

                       
1977):  57-59.

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

                       
1977):  78-80.

*%#+   Cross, Linda Brown.  “The Last Syrup Mill at Omen.”  Chronicles of Smith

                       
County, Texas
16 no. 1 (Summer 1977):  70-72.
*%#+   Cross, Linda Brown.  “Twentieth Century Omen:  Interviews by Linda Brown

                       
Cross.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 16 no. 1 (Summer 1977):  49-
                       
56.

*%#+   “From the Records…1858.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 16 no. 1

                       
(Summer 1977):  63-69.

            Handbook of Texas Online
, s.v. "OMEN, TX,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/OO/hlo17.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).

*%#+    “Justices of the Peace.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 16 no. 1 (Summer

                       
1977):  24.      

*%#+   Leath, Andrew L.  “The Prosperous Years, 1850-1890.”  Chronicles of Smith

                       
County, Texas
16 no. 1 (Summer 1977):  3-14.
*%#+   “Notes on the Omen Post Office.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 16 no. 1

                       
(Summer 1977):  77.
%         Omen.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Places.

*%#+   “Omen Cemeteries.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 16 no. 1 (Summer
                       
1977):  59-63.
*%#+   The Omen Omelet (Omen).  7 Dec. 1901.  Reprinted in Chronicles of Smith 

                       
County, Texas
16 no. 1 (Summer 1977):  29-32.
*%#+   “Omen Portfolio:  Photographs and Drawings of the Omen Area and Its Citizens.” 

                       
Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 16 no. 1 (Summer 1977):  15-23, 73-
                       
76.

*%#+   “The Rustler, Omen, Texas, March 1, 1889.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas

                       
16 no. 1 (Summer 1977):  25-28.
 

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—OVERTON
            Handbook of Texas Online
, s.v. "OVERTON, TX,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/OO/hjo7.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).
%         Overton.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Places.

*+       Overton, Texas, Centennial Historical Book.  Overton, Tex.:  Overton Centennial
                        Corp., 1973.  

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—OWENTOWN.  Now East Texas Center
            Handbook of Texas Online,
s.v. "OWENTOWN, TX,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/OO/hto13.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).
           
Owen Development Company.  Owentown (Near Tyler, Texas) Offers a Great

                       
Future to Industrial Firms.
  Tyler?:  Owen Development Company, 1948.  
%         Owentown.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Places.
*         
Owentown, Smith County, Texas.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES--PINE GROVE.
*         
Pine Grove, Smith County, Texas.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—PINE SPRINGS
            Handbook of Texas Online
, s.v. "PINE SPRINGS, TX,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/PP/hrp71.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).
%         Pine Springs.  Vertical file.  Smith  County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Places.
#+        Pine Springs Community Center Organization.  History Committee.  Pine Bark

                        and Spring Water:  A History of the Pine Springs Community, Smith
                        County, Texas
.  Big Sandy, TX:  Stewart Press, 1980.

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—PLEASANT GROVE  
            Handbook of Texas Online
, s.v. "PLEASANT GROVE, TX,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/PP/hrpal.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—PLEASANT HILL
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "PLEASANT HILL, TX,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/PP/hrpam.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—PLEASANT RETREAT
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "PLEASANT RETREAT, TX,"

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

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—POUNDS
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "POUNDS, TX,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/PP/hrpap.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—PROVIDENCE
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "PROVIDENCE, TX,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/PP/hvp87.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—RED SPRINGS
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "RED SPRINGS, TX,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/RR/hrr13.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).

%         Red Springs.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Places.

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—RICE
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "RICE, TX,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/RR/hrr73.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—SABINE
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "SABINE, TX,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/SS/hrscr.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—SALEM
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "SALEM, TX,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/SS/hts1.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—SAND FLAT
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "SAND FLAT, TX,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/SS/hrs10.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).
*%#+   Hitt, Dewey.  “Sand Flat About 1910-1912.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas
                       
29 no. 1 (Summer 1990):  12.

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—SEVEN LEAGUES
%         Seven Leagues.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Places.
            Texas, Secretary of State Archives.  1856 Petition to Legislature from Settlers

                        occupying “Seven Leagues” for confirmation of the Limitation Titles.  
*          Thedford, Wilma.  "Seven Leagues, Texas--A Rural Community in Early Smith
                        County."  East Texas Family Records 5 no. 3 (Fall 1981):  36-45.

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—SHADY GROVE
            Handbook of Texas Online
, s.v. "SHADY GROVE, TX,"               
         
              http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/SS/hrsct.html

                       
(accessed March 7, 2006).
 

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—SHARON
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "SHARON, TX,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/SS/hrscs.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—SILONE
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "SILONE, TX,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/SS/hrscp.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—SILVER PINES
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "SILVER PINES, TX,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/SS/hrsec.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—SINCLAIR CITY  
            Handbook of Texas Online
, s.v. "SINCLAIR CITY, TX,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/SS/hrs45.html        
          
            (accessed March 7, 2006).

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—SPRING BRANCH
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "SPRING BRANCH, TX,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/SS/hrsed.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).  

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—SPRING HILL
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "SPRING HILL, TX,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/SS/hrscv.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—ST. LOUIS
            Handbook of Texas Online
, s.v. "ST LOUIS, TX,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/SS/hrscn.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).  

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—ST. VIOLA
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "ST VIOLA, TX,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/SS/hrscq.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).  

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—STARRVILLE
*%#+   “Barber Cemetery.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 23 no. 1 (Summer 1984): 
           
            66-68.
*%#+   “Bethel Baptist Views, About 1888.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 23 no. 1
           
            (Summer 1984):  53.
*%#+   “Dale Cemetery.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 23 no. 1 (Summer 1984): 
           
            65.
*%#+   “Dun & Co. Rates.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 33 no. 2 (Winter 1994): 
           
            24.  [Starrville]
*%#+    Freeland, Alma Moore, with Mae Moore Campbell.  “Starrville:  The Second
           
            Time Around.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 18 no. 2 (Winter
           
            1979):  25-37.
*%#+   “From the Records.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 23 no. 1 (Summer
           
            1984):  76-80.
*%#+   Gentry, A. C., Jr.  “From A. C. Gentry’s Sketchbook.”  Chronicles of Smith

           
            County, Texas
23 no. 1 (Summer 1984):  43.
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "STARRVILLE, TX,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/SS/hns80.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).
*%#+    Haynes, Mary K. and Andrew L. Leath.  “The Founder of Starrville:  Joshua
           
            Starr.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 23 no. 1 (Summer 1984):  38-
           
            40.
*%#+   Leath, Andrew L.  “Starrville.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 23 no. 1
           
            (Summer 1984):  3-37.
*%#+    “Masonic Lodge.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 23 no. 1 (Summer 1984): 
           
            69.
*%#+    “McCorkle Cemetery.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 23 no. 1 (Summer
           
            1984):  65.
*%#+    “Methodist Church [Starrville].”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 23 no. 1
           
            (Summer 1984):  42.

%            Morrison, Willie Elizabeth.  "Starrville, 1852-1962."  MS, typescript.  In
                       
"Places—Starrville."  Vertical File.  Archives, SCHS.

*%#+    “Nichols Cemetery.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 23 no. 1 (Summer

                       
1984):  66.

*%#+   “School Snaps [Starrville and Waters Bluff].  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas
                       
23 no. 1 (Summer 1984):  75.
*%#+    “Schools.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 23 no. 1 (Summer 1984):  73-74.
*%#+   Son, Tim.  “Bethel Baptist Church.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 23 no. 1
                       
(Summer 1984):  70-72.
%         Starrville.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Places.
*%#+    “Starrville Area in the 1880 Census.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 23 no. 1

                       
(Summer 1984):  48-52.

*%#+    “Starrville Area Landowners, 1871.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 23 no. 1

                       
(Summer 1984):  47.

*%#+   “The Starrville Beat, 1860.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 23 no. 1

                       
(Summer 1984):  44-46.

*%#+    “Starrville Cemetery.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 23 no. 1 (Summer

                       
1984):  56-65.

*%#+    “Starrville Civil War Veterans.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 23 no. 1

                       
(Summer 1984):  54-55.

*%#+    “Starrville High School 1928.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 23 no. 2

                       
(Winter 1984):  back cover.

*%#+    “Starrville in Stone.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 23 no. 1 (Summer

                       
1984):  68.

*%#+    “Starrville School Group (About 1898).  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 23

                       
no. 1 (Summer 1984):  41.

*%#+    “Starrville’s Last Two Stores.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 23 no. 1

                       
(Summer 1984):  back cover.

*%#+   “Two Remaining Starrville Landmarks.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 23

                       
no. 1 (Summer 1984):  81.  

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—SWAN   
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "SWAN, TX,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/SS/hls92.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).

*%#+   Parker, June T.  “A Bridge of Broken Promise.”  Chronicles of Smith County,

                       
Texas
24 no. 1 (Summer 1985):  6-9.  [lives of two Swan citizens—
                       
William Harlan Smith and Dr. Florence Le Verne Eby]
 

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—TEASELVILLE
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "TEASELVILLE, TX,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/TT/hrt8.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).  

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—THACKWELL
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "THACKWELL, TX,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/TT/hvt26.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).  

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—THEDFORD
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "THEDFORD, TX,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/TT/hrt13.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).  

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—THOMPSON
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "THOMPSON, TX,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/TT/hrt53.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).  

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—THOMPSON HILLS
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "THOMPSON HILLS, TX,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/TT/hrt52.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).  

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—TROUP
           
Brock, Dee, Deborah Burkett, and Carole Wilson, eds.  Troup Goes to War: 

                        World War II, A Collection of Memories
.  Troup, TX:  Friends of the
                        Troup Library and Troup Genealogical/Historical Society, 1995.
*%#+   Creary, Mary Frances.  “First Presbyterian Church, U.S., Troup, Texas.” 
           
            Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 29 no. 2 (Winter 19990):  29-30.
*          Cross, Joe.  A History of Early Masonry in Texas and of Dixie Lodge, No. 272,

                        A.F. & A.M., Troup Texas
.  St. Louis:  Becktold, 1919.
*%#+   Cross, R. E. “Bob.”  “A Short History of Troup, Texas.”  Chronicles of Smith

                      
County, Texas
12 no. 2 (Winter 1973):  34-39.
            Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "TROUP, TX,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/TT/hjt11.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).

*%#+   Kidd, Sam and Sherry Kidd, transcribers.  “Old Settlers:  Troupe Banner, April

                        14, 1905.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 43 (2004):  22-25.

           
Overton, John Franklin.  Papers, 1848-1879.  Consists of letters to John F.
                        Overton of Troup, Texas, from his brother, E. C. Overton of Columbia,
                        Tennessee, 1858-1879; a letter from John F. Overton to James A. Potter of
                        Columbia, 1857; a receipt given by the Confederate States of America to
                        Frank Overton for bacon, 1863; and two slave bills of sale, 1848,
                        involving purchases from Mumford Smith and David H. Stephens, both of
                        Columbia, Tenn.  Held by Tennessee State  Library and Archives.
*%#+    “Pioneers of Troup.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 21 no. 1 (Summer
                       
1982):  back cover.  [photo of Stephen Decatur Morris and Mary Bradford
                       
Morris]

%         Stone, Jettie R.  "Early History of Troup."  MS.  In "Places—Troup."  Vertical
                       
File.  Archives, SCHS.
           
Texas Economic Development Commission.  Troup Community Data Profile: 

                       
County—Smith, State—Texas
.  [Austin, TX]:  The Commission, [1986].
           
Texas Industrial Commission.  Community Data Profile, Troup.  [Austin, TX: 

                        The Commission, 1982.

           
Troup Depot [photo].  http://txdepot.railfan.net/Troup.html.  Accessed 9 March
                       
2006.
%         Troupe-Troup.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Places.
*         
Troup, Smith County, Texas.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
           
Wilson, Annie M. Foster.  "Remarks on Troup."  Paper presented to the SCHS,
                       
July 7, 1992.  In "Places—Troup."  Vertical File.  Archives, SCHS.

           
Woods, Gilmer T.  Events in the Lives of Early Citizens of Troup, Texas, and

                        Southern Smith and Northern Cherokee counties, 1903-1909:  As
                        Revealed in the Early Issues of the Troupe Banner
.  Austin, TX:  Gilmer
                        T. Woods, 1995.
           
Woods, Gilmer T.  Troup, the Best Little Town in East Texas:  Events in the Lives

                       
of Early Citizens of Troup and Southern Smith and Northern Cherokee
                       
Counties as Reported in Issues of the Troup Banner, 1910-1912
.  Austin: 
                       
G. T. Woods, 1998.  

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES--TYLER (GENERAL)
           
Albertson, Chris.  Tyler Together:  Strategies for Tomorrow.  Tyler:  n.p., 1991.
           
Alderman, William R.  "Tyler."  Texas Parade 26 (March 1966):  43-46.
*         
Amphitheater.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folder under Bergfeld Park.
*         
Annexations—Shackleford.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*+        Austin, Gladys Peters.  Along the Century Trail:  Early History of Tyler, Texas. 
                       
Dallas:  Avalon Press, 1946.
*         
Azalea Trail.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
           
Bankhead, Judy.  My Town:  Photographs of Tyler, Texas.  Tyler:  Tyler Museum
                       
of Art, 1981.
           
"Baron's Bash [photoessay on Tyler Cattle Baron's fundraiser]."  Ultra (October
                       
1988):  67.
           
Bell, Henry M., III.  “The Splendor of Spring:  Tyler’s Azalea and Spring Flower
                        Trail Bursts Forth as One of the South’s Most Spectacular Displays of Beauty
                        and Culture.”  Tyler Today (Spring 1990):  20-23.  [includes history]
%         Bergfeld Park.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Places.
*         
Bergfeld Park.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Bicentennial—U.S.—Tyler.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.

           
Bowman, Bob.  “Tyler:  A Drive with Beauty and History.”  East Texas Sunday

           
            Drive Book
.  Published online at
                       
http://www.texasescapes.com/TRIPS/East_Texas_Sunday_Drives/TylerTexas1.htm. 
                       
Accessed 9 March 2006.
*          Caldwell Civic Activities District Development Plan, Tyler, Texas.  Dallas: 
                       
Myrick, Newman, Dahlberg & Partners, 1981.
+          Carney, Freeman.  "Tyler--A Wonderful Place to Live."  Historical Encyclopedia
                        of Texas
.  Edited by Thomas S. Chamblin.  Dallas:  Texas Historical
                        Institute, 1982, v.1, pp. 177-178.
*         
Certified Retirement City.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folder under Tyler
                        History—2000-2010.

           
"City of Roses Celebrates Sesquicentennial."  Texas Town and City 83 no. 9
                       
(September 1996):  58-59.
           
“City of Tyler [Historical Markers]. 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/histmark/cityoftyler.html.  Accessed 9
                       
March 2006.
*         
City Parks.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
%         Civic Facilities.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Public Services.
*         
Conference Center.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Dynamics of Households:  Demographic Characteristics.  Detroit:  R. L. Polk,
                        [1979?].

*          Dynamics of Housing Supply.  Detroit:  R. L. Polk, [1979?]
*          Dynamics of Occupations and Income.  Detroit:  R. L. Polk, [1979?}

*          Ellerbe Associates, Inc.  Tyler, Texas, Community Center, May 4, 1981. 
                       
Bloomington, MN:  Ellerbe, 1981.
*          Elliott, Keith.  "Tyler:  The Sweet Smell of Home."  Texas Parade, 35, no. 10
                        (1975), 21-28.
*         
Faulkner Park.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
+          "For the Road:  Flower Flurries [Azalea and Spring Flower Trail]."  Texas

                       
Highways
43 no. 4 (April 1996):  56-57.
           
Fun Things for Kids (and Parents) to Do in the Tyler Area.  Tyler, TX:  [s.n.],
                       
1996.

*%#+   Gilbert, Loy J.  “The Wagon Yard.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 24 no. 1

                       
(Summer 1985):  1-5.
%         Goodman Museum.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Public Services.

            Hampton, Howard.  "Tyler Puts on Gala Attire."  East Texas Magazine, 1 (April,

                        1927), pp. 10-11, 42.
*            __________.  Tyler Puts on Gala Attire, Typscript.  (Published in East Texas

           
            Magazine
, 1 (April, 1927), pp. 10-11, 42.
            Handbook of Texas Online
, s.v. "TYLER, TX,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/TT/hdt4.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).

*          Harland Bartholomew & Associates.  Growth of the Community, City of Tyler,

                       
Texas
.  St. Louis:  Harland Bartholomew & Associates, 1958.
*          Harland Bartholomew & Associates.  Housing, Urban Renewal and Appearance

                       
of the City, Tyler, Texas
.  St. Louis:  Harland Bartholomew & Associates,
                       
1958.
*          Harland Bartholomew & Associates.  Land Use and Zoning, City of Tyler, Texas. 
                       
St. Louis:  Harland Bartholomew & Associates, 1958.
*          Harland Bartholomew & Associates.  Public Works and Administration, City of

                       
Tyler, Texas
.  St. Louis:  Harland Bartholomew & Associates, 1960.
%         "A History of Tyler, Being a Biography as Told by F. M. Bell, Sr., Mrs. F. M.
                       
Bell, Sr., and Mrs. S. F. Baker."  MS, typescript.   Archives, SCHS.

*          Keith, Wilbur.  "Tyler is Natural Pleasure Resort."  Dallas Morning News, 20
                        Aug. 1923.  Typescript.
           
King, Barbara.  “Sister Cities…Window to the World.”  Tyler Today (Winter
                        1996):  13-15.
%         Levee.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Places.
+          Mallory, Randall S.  "Tyler (advertisement)."  Texas Monthly 27 no. 7 (July
                       
1999):  109-117.
+          Mallory, Randy.  "Tyler:  City of Flowers."  Texas Highways 39 no. 10 (October
                       
1992):  4-13.
*          Mallory, Randy.  Tyler, Texas:  Celebrating Excellence.  Annapolis, MD: 
                       
Platinum Pub. Co., 1997.
+          Mallory, Randy.  "Tyler:  The City of Roses—A Class Act for 150 Years!
                       
(advertisement)."  Texas Monthly 24 no. 6 (June 1996):  123-124+.
           
MarDock, Julian.  The Levee:  A Nostalgic Look at Tyler's Railside Business

           
            District
.  [Dallas:  the author, 1950s]
           
Marsh, Lucy.  “History of Tyler.”  January, 1958. 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/special/marshis.html.  Accessed 9
                       
March 2006.
%         Marsh, Lucy.  "Notes on Tyler's History.," January 1958.  Vertical File.  Archives,
                       
SCHS. 
*          Mayor’s North Tyler Task Force.  Tyler:  City of Tyler, 1987.  2 v.
           
Murch, Thompson H.  Public Building at Tyler, Tex.:  April 28, 1880, Committed

           
            to the Committee of the Whole House on the State of the Union and
           
            Ordered to be Printed.
  Washington, DC:  s.n., 1880. 
*          National Board of Fire Underwriters.  Report on the City of Tyler, Texas.  N.p.,
                        1940.

            Nordyke, Lewis.  "Tyler, the Talk of Texas."  Texas Parade 19 (July, 1958):

                        12+.
*         
North Tyler.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*%#+
  “The Original Plan of the City of Tyler.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 2 no.
                       
1 (Spring 1963):  13.
           
Parker, Sue.  “Tyler History:  Along the Garden Path.”  Tyler Magazine (1982):  5-7,
                        10, 12-13, 108-109.
            Parker, Sue.  “Rich History, Bright Future.”  Tyler Magazine (Spring/Summer 1983): 
                        148, 150-155.  [Tyler history]  Also in Fall/Winter 1983 issue.
*          A Plan for the Promotion of Economic Growth and  Development in the Tyler-

           
            Smith County Area
.  Waco:  Perryman, 1987.
*%#+
    “Population City of Tyler [1880-1980].”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 28
                       
no. 2 (Winter 1989):  40.

*          Quality of Life Needs Assessment Report, 2004.  Tyler, TX:  Prepared for the
                       
United Way of Tyler/Smith County by the University of Texas at Tyler,
                       
2004.
           
The Quest for a Perfect Life.  [Tyler, TX:  Tyler Chamber of Commerce, 1930s.]
           
Perryman, M. Ray [consulting firm].  A Plan for the Promotion of Economic

                       
Growth and Development in the Tyler-Smith County Area
.  7 vols.  Tyler: 
                       
n.p., 1987.

*          Roberts, Joseph J.  "Many Angles Aiding Tyler's Prosperity."  Dallas News, 27
                        Oct. 1923.  Typescript.
*         
Rose Rudman Recreational Trail.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*         
Shackleford Creek Annexation.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
+          Shirley, Terry.  “Tyler/Metz, France:  Sisters Across the Sea.”  Tyler Magazine
                        (Spring/Summer 1984):  125-128, 145-149.  Repeated on same pages in
                        the Fall/Winter 1984 issue.
%         Shorty the Squirrel.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Miscellaneous.
*         
Shorty the Squirrel.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*         
Sister Cities—Chili—Lo Barnechea.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Sister Cities—China—Quijing.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Sister Cities—France—Metz.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Sister Cities—France—Metz Libraries.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Sister Cities—Japan—Yachiyo City.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Sister Cities—Japan—Yachiyo City—Art & Pamphlets.  Vertical files.  Tyler
                        Public Library.
*          Sister Cities—Korea—Asan City.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Sister Cities—Poland—Jelenia Gora.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
+          Sitton, Diane Morey.  "Pretty in Pink [Azalea and Spring Flower Trail]."  Texas

                       
Highways
48 no. 3 (March 2001):  4-11.
           
“Smith County Courthouse & Square--Young Men's Bus. Club Trade Day, April
                       
10, 1916.”  [panoramic photo]. 
                       
http://lcweb2.loc.gov/pnp/pan/6a27000/6a27200/6a27240r.jpg.  Accessed
                       
9 March 2006.

*%#+   Smyrl, Carolyn M.  “The Metz Exchange:  The Smyrls Abroad.”  Chronicles of

                       
Smith County, Texas
26 no. 1 (Summer 1987):  29-35.
*%#+   Smyrl, Frank H.  “Metz, the Sister City:  Local History Abroad.”  Chronicles of

                       
Smith County, Texas
26 no. 1 (Summer 1987):  28, 36-44.  Errata—
                       
omitted paragraphs Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 26 no. 2 (Winter
                       
1987):  36-37.
*         
Splasher-Dolphin Statue.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folder City Parks.
           
“Spring Street, Tyler, Texas.”  [photo, mid 1930s]. 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/images/pictures/tyler/springst.html. 
                       
Accessed 9 March 2006.

*%#+    Stephens, Mrs. John M.  “Grandmother’s Garden.”  Chronicles of Smith County,

                       
Texas
26 no. 2 (Winter 19887):  38-41.  [garden of Mrs. Lucy Caroline
                       
Blair, west of Bonner between Front and Woldert streets, Tyler]
*          Strategic Planning Retreat [notebook], September 20-21, 1991.  Tyler:  Tyler
                       
Together, 1991.
           
Sturzl, Frank J.  "Does Residential Development Pay for Itself?  Study Refutes
                       
Real Estate Research Center's Report."  Texas Town and City 89 no. 10
                       
(October 2001):  10-14.
           
Texas Economic Development Commission.  Tyler Community Data Profile: 

                       
County—Smith, State—Texas
.  [Austin, TX]:  The Commission, 1986.
           
Texas Industrial Commission.  Community Data Profile, Tyler.  [Austin, TX]:  the
                       
Commission, 1982.
*         
Texas Parade—“Tyler, the Talk of Texas.”  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
           
Turner, Bob.  "The City of Tyler:  Focusing on the Future."  Texas Town and City
                       
89 no. 8 (August 2001):  14-15.
           
Turner, Bob.  "The Neighborhood Co-op System:  A Symbiotic Relationship
                       
Between Government and Citizen."  Texas Town and City 80 no. 4 (April
                       
1993):  18+.
*         
Tyler—Best Place to Live/Rankings.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Tyler Chamber of Commerce.  Long Range Committee Area Development
                       
Council.  Planning for Orderly Growth:  Tyler, Texas, July 1983.  Tyler: 
                       
Tyler Chamber of Commerce, 1983.

*          Tyler Chamber of Commerce.  Tyler.  1, No. 1 (1940); 1, No. 4 (1941).
%         Tyler City Park sites.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Places.
%         Tyler History.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See Boxes.
*         
Tyler History.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Tyler History—2000-    .  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*         
Tyler History—Sesquicentennial.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*         
Tyler History to 1979.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Tyler Junior Chamber of Commerce.  Tyler Community Attitude Survey for the

                        Citizens of Tyler
.  N.p., 1964.
*         
Tyler 1990 to 1999.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
           
“Tyler-Smith County 1996 Texas Sesquicentennial Celebration, 1846-1996.”  Tyler
                        Today
(Spring 1996):  10-43.  [two pages per decade]
*         
Tyler/Smith County Sesquicentennial.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
%         Tyler Square.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Places.
*          Tyler Story, ca. 1955 [videorecording].  Tyler:  Tyler Chamber of Commerce,

                        1955.  35 min.
%         Tyler subdivisions, lots, blocks.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society
                        Archives.  See folder under Miscellaneous.

           
Tyler Texas:  A Progressive City with a Cultural Heritage.  [Tyler, TX?:  Tyler
                       
Chamber of Commerce?, 1950s.]
&         "Tyler, Texas."  Texas College.  Vertical File.
*         
Tyler—Texas Sesquicentennial.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Tyler Tidings, 1, no. 1 (1918).

            "Tyler, the Fruit Palace City."  Texas Railway News and Illustrator.  Souvenir

                        edition.  Fort Worth:  Texas Railway Publishing, 1896.  Vol. 1, No. 1
                        (1896).

*%#+    __________.  Facsimile rpt.  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas, 6 no. 1 (Spring

                       
1967), pp. 13-32.
*         
Tyler Tourism Guides.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
           
United States.  Federal Housing Administration.  Analysis of the Tyler, Texas

                        Housing Market, as of February 1, 1967
.  Washington, DC:  The
                        Administration, 1967.

*          Vannoy, Gail.  Livin' on Tyler Time:  A Guide to the Tyler Area.  [Tyler, TX:  s.n.,
                       
1983]
%         Wagon Yard.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Places.

*%#+   Wells, E. H.  “Wells on Tyler’s Boundary.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas

                       
12 no. 2 (Winter 1973):  12.

*%#+   White, Jo J.  “Tyler in 1861.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 6 no. 2 (Fall

                       
1967):  29.  [townsite plat]
+          Wiggins, Glenn W.  “The Merrick Property:  A Diamond in the Rough.”  Tyler
                        Magazine
(Spring/Summer 1985):  25-27.
           
Williams, Rosemary.  "The Joys of Toys."  Texas Highways 46 no. 12 (December
                       
1999):  10-17.  (Harold's Model Train Museum in Tyler)

*          Women League of Voters.  City Candidates Forum, 1986 [videorecording]. 
                       
[S.l.]:  Women League of Voters, 1986.

*            Yeaman, Jack.  "Tyler, the Big Heart of Texas."  Texas Parade, 11, (January, [get again] 

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—TYLER—CITY GOVERNMENT
*         
Blueprint Tyler (City Employee News).  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See
                        folder City of Tyler—Newsletter.
*          City Bond Elections.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*         
City Charters.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          City Employees.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          City Government.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          City Government—Annual Reports.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          City Managers.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          City of Tyler.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          City of Tyler—Board & Commission Members’ Handbook. 
                        Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          City of Tyler—Community Development Block Grant Project. 
                        Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          City of Tyler—Elected Officials.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          City of Tyler Employee Newsletter.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library. 
                        See folder BluePrint Tyler.
*          City of Tyler—Litigation.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          City of Tyler—Newsletter.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          City of Tyler—Performance Report.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          City Plans.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          City Telephone Directories (Departments).  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
           
Community Analysis of Tyler, Texas, October, 1957.  [S.l.:  s.n., 1957].
*          Dunkin, Sefko & Associates, Inc.  Comprehensive Plan City of Tyler, Draft,

                       
September, 1999
.  Dallas, TX:  Dunkin, Sefko & Associates, 1999.
*          Dunkin, Sefko & Associates, Inc.  Comprehensive Plan City of Tyler, Texas,

                       
Adopted November 17, 19999, Ordinance #0-99-91
.  Dallas, TX:  Dunkin,
                       
Sefko & Associates, 1999.
           
Ebasco Services, Inc.  Potential Water Supply Sources and Sewage Treatment

                       
Plant Effluent Discharge, for the City of Tyler, Texas
.  N.p.:  Ebasco
                       
Services, 1963.
*         
Employee News and Views—City of Tyler.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Koch & Fowler, Engineers.  A City Plan for Tyler, Texas.  Dallas:  Koch &
                        Fowler, 1931.

            __________.  Tyler City Plan, 1945.  Dallas:  Koch & Fowler, 1945.

           
Mason Johnston & Associates.  Foundation Investigation, Proposed Raw Water

           
            Lagoon, City of Tyler, Tyler, Texas
.  N.p.:  Mason Johnston & Associates,
                       
1959?
*         
Newsletter—City of Tyler.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*         
Tyler City Council.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
           
Tyler (Tex.)  Annual Budget of the City of Tyler, Texas:  For the Fiscal Year .... 
                       
Tyler, TX:  The City, 1900s-
*          Tyler (Tex.)  Annual Message of Mayor John H. Bonner; Also Reports of City

                        Officials and Financial Statements of the City of Tyler, 1905
.  N.p., 1905.
*          Tyler (Tex.)  Annual Message of Mayor John H. Bonner; Also Reports of  City

                        Officials and Financial Statements of the City of Tyler
, 1906.  N.p., 1906.
*          Tyler (Tex.)  Annual Message of Mayor John H. Bonner; Also Reports of City

                        Officials and Financial Statements of the City of Tyler, 1907
.  N.p., 1907.
*          Tyler (Tex.)  Annual Message of Mayor John H. Bonner; Also Reports of City
                        Officials and Financial Statements of the City of Tyler, 1908
.  Tyler: 
                        Tyler Printing, 1908.
*          Tyler (Tex.)  Annual Message of Mayor John H. Bonner; Also Reports of City

                        Officials and Financial Statements of the City of Tyler, 1909
.  Tyler: 
                        Tyler Printing, 1909.
*          Tyler (Tex.)  Annual Message of Mayor John H. Bonner; Also Reports of City

                        Officials and Financial Statements of the City of Tyler, 1911
.  N.p., 1911. 
*          Tyler (Tex.) Charter for City of Tyler as Voted on February 9, 1937.  N. p.[,
                        1937.]
*          Tyler (Tex.) Charter for the City of Tyler.  N.p., 1914.
           
Tyler (Tex.)  Charter of the City of Tyler,
adopted April 6, 1916 [sic].  Tyler?,
                        1915.  Held by University of Chicago, University of Illinois, New York
                        Public Library.

           
Tyler (Tex.)  City Charter:  Tyler, Texas.  [S.l.:  s.n.], 1938.
           
Tyler (Tex.)  City Council Minutes, beginning in 1878 or 1879, are at City Hall,
                       
212 North Bonner, Tyler, TX

+          Tyler (Tex.)  Code of Ordinances City of Tyler, Texas.  Cincinnati:  American
                        Legal Publishing Corp., kept up to date.

*          Tyler (Tex.) Economic Development Council.  Community Profile, 2004.  Tyler,
                       
TX:  Economic Development Council, 2004.
           
Tyler (Tex.)  Minutes.  City Clerk's Office, City of Tyler.  1888.
*          Tyler (Tex.) Neighborhood Services Department.  Consolidated Plan, City of

                       
Tyler
.  [Tyler, TX:  City of Tyler, Neighborhood Services Dept., 1995].
*          Tyler (Tex.) Neighborhood Services.  Housing Program.  City of Tyler, Texas

                       
Housing Administrative Plan & Annual Plan for the Housing Choice
                       
Voucher Programs
.  Tyler, TX:  Neighborhood Services, 2003.
*          Tyler (Tex.) Neighborhood Services Department.  PHA Five Year Plan for Fiscal

                       
Years, 2000-2004 and Administrative Plan, Neighborhood Services
. 
                       
Tyler, TX:  Neighborhood Services Department, n.d.
           
Tyler (Tex.)  “Ordinances of the Town of Tyler, Adopted by the Town Council,
                       
September 18th, A. D. 1868.” [facsimile]  Chronicles of Smith County,

                       
Texas
3 no. 1 (Spring 1964):  back cover.
*          Tyler (Tex.)  Proposed Charter for the City of Tyler to be voted on at the

                        election to be held April 6, 1915.
  N.p. [, 1915.].
*          Tyler (Tex.) Proposed New Water Works for the City of Tyler.  N.p., 1916.

*          Tyler (Tex.)  Public Works and Utilities Division.  15 Year Infrastructure Needs,

                        1995-2010
.  Tyler:  The Division, n.d.
*          Tyler (Tex.)  Residential Energy Code Guidebook for City of Tyler.  [Tyler, TX: 
                       
City of Tyler, 2002.].

*          Tyler (Tex.)  Revised Ordinances of the City of Tyler Texas, Adopted April 3,

                        1803:  Laws of the Corporation in Force at that Date, Including Charter
. 
*         
Tyler 21 Comprehensive Plan.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Tyler Utilities.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Vision 2010—Tyler.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
           
Wisenbaker, Fix & Associates.  A Report on the Municipal Water System of the

                       
City of Tyler, Texas
.  [Tyler, TX]:  Wisenbaker, Fix, & Associates, 1954.  

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—TYLER--CITY DIRECTORIES
(Arranged chronologically)
*          1882            Gardner, C. M. (comp.).  The Tyler City Directory and Complete Business

                                Directory for 1882.  To Which is Added a History of the County
                                and City, with County-Town Business Directory
.  Gardner and
                                Green[, 1882].

            1882            “The Tyler City Directory and Complete Business Directory for 1882.” 
                               
Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 2 no. 1 (Spring 1963):  11-12.
                               
“The Tyler City Directory and Complete Business Directory for 1882.” 
                                http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/tyler/1882directory/1882directory.html. 
                               
Accessed 9 March 2006.

*          1893            [City Directory, Tyler, Texas, 1893.]  N.d., n.p.  [Title page missing],
                                1893.

*          1904            Southern Directory Company's Tyler, Texas, City Directory, 1904.  Vol. 1. 

                                [Marshall:]  Southern, 1904.

*          1910            City of Tyler.  City Directory, Tyler, Texas 1910.  Tyler:  Courier-Times,

                                1910.
*          1913            Worley's Directory of Tyler, Texas, 1913.  Dallas:  Worley, 1913.
*          1918            Pruden's Directory of Tyler, Texas, 1918.  Tyler:  Pruden[, 1918.]
*          1923-          Polk's Tyler City Directory, 1923-1924.  Dallas:  Polk, 1923.

            1924

*          1925            Polk's Tyler City Directory, 1925.  Dallas:  Polk, 1925. 
*          1927-            Polk's Tyler (Texas) City Directory, 1927-1928.  Dallas:  Polk, 1927.

            1928               

*          1930            Worley's Tyler (Texas) City Directory, 1930.  Dallas:  Worley, 1930.
*          1932            Worley's Tyler (Texas) City Directory, 1932.  Dallas:  Worley, 1932.
*          1933            Worley's Tyler (Smith County, Tex.) City Directory, 1933.  Dallas: 
                               
Worley, 1933.

*          1934-          Worley's Tyler (Smith County, Tex.) City Directory, 1934-35.  Dallas: 

                                Worley, 1935.
*          1936-          Worley's Tyler (Smith County, Tex.) City Directory, 1936-37.  Dallas: 
                               
Worley, 1936.
*          1937            Worley's Tyler (Smith County, Tex.) City Directory, 1937.  Dallas: 
                               
Worley, 1937.
*          1938            Worley's Tyler (Smith County, Tex.) City Directory, 1938.  Dallas: 
                       
        Worley, 1938.
*          1940            Worley's Tyler (Smith County, Tex.) City Directory, 1940.  Dallas: 
                               
Worley, 1940.
*          1942            Worley's Tyler (Smith County, Tex.) City Directory, 1942.  Dallas: 
                               
Worley,  1942.
*          1945            Worley's Tyler (Smith County, Tex.) City Directory, 1945.  Dallas: 
                               
Worley, 1945.
*+        1947           
Worley’s Tyler (Smith County, Texas) City Directory, 1947.  Dallas: 
                               
Worley, 1948.
*+        1950           
Worley’s Tyler (Smith County, Texas) City Directory, 1950.  Dallas: 
                               
Worley, 1950.
*+        1952           
Worley’s Tyler (Smith County, Texas) City Directory, 1952.  Dallas: 
                           
    Worley, 1952.
*+        1954           
Worley’s Tyler (Smith County, Texas) City Directory, 1954.  Dallas: 
                               
Worley, 1955.
*+        1956           
Worley’s Tyler (Smith County, Texas) City Directory, 1956.  Dallas: 
                               
Worley, 1956.
+          1958            Polk’s Tyler (Smith County, Texas) City Directory.  Dallas:  R. L. Polk,
                                1958.
*          1958           
Worley’s Tyler (Smith County, Texas) City Directory, 1958.  Dallas: 
                               
Worley, 1958.
+          1960            Polk’s Tyler (Smith County, Texas) City Directory.  Dallas:  R. L. Polk,
                       
        1960.
*          1960           
Worley’s Tyler (Smith County, Texas) City Directory, 1960.  Dallas: 
                               
Worley, 1960.

+          1961            Polk’s Tyler (Smith County, Texas) City Directory.  Dallas:  R. L. Polk,
                       
        1961.

*          1961           
Worley’s Tyler (Smith County, Texas) City Directory, 1961.  Dallas: 
                               
Worley, 1961.
*+        1962           
Polk’s Tyler (Smith County, Texas) City Directory, 1962.  Dallas:  Polk,
                                1963.
*+        1963           
Polk’s Tyler (Smith County, Texas) City Directory, 1963.  Dallas:  Polk,
                                1964.
*+        1965           
Polk’s Tyler (Smith County, Texas) City Directory, 1965.  Dallas:  Polk,
                                1965.
*          1966           
Polk’s Tyler (Smith County, Texas) City Directory, 1966.  Dallas:  Polk,
                                1966.

*+        1967           
Polk’s Tyler (Smith County, Texas) City Directory, 1967.  Dallas:  Polk,
                                1967.
*+        1968           
Polk’s Tyler (Smith County, Texas) City Directory, 1968.  Dallas:  Polk,
                                [1968].
*+        1969           
Polk’s Tyler (Smith County, Texas) City Directory, 1969.  Dallas:  Polk,
                                [1969].
+          1971            Polk’s Tyler (Smith County, Texas) City Directory.  Dallas:  R. L. Polk,

                   
            1971.

*+        1972           
Polk’s Tyler (Smith County, Texas) City Directory, 1972.  Dallas:  Polk,
                                [1972].
+          1973            Polk’s Tyler (Smith County, Texas) City Directory.  Dallas:  R. L. Polk,

                  
             1973.

*+        1974           
1974 Tyler (Smith County, Texas) City Directory.  Dallas:  Polk[, 1974]. 
*+        1975           
1975 Tyler (Smith County, Texas) City Directory.  Dallas:  Polk[, 1975]. 
*+        1976           
1976 Tyler (Smith County, Texas) City Directory.  Dallas:  Polk[, 1976.]. 
+          1977            Polk’s Tyler (Smith County, Texas) City Directory.  Dallas:  R. L. Polk,
                   
            1977.
+          1978            Polk’s Tyler (Smith County, Texas) City Directory.  Dallas:  R. L. Polk,

                   
            1978.

+          1979            Polk’s Tyler (Smith County, Texas) City Directory.  Dallas:  R. L. Polk,

                   
            1979.

+          1980            Polk’s Tyler (Smith County, Texas) City Directory.  Dallas:  R. L. Polk,

                   
            1980.

+          1981            Polk’s Tyler (Smith County, Texas) City Directory.  Dallas:  R. L. Polk,

                   
            1981.

+          1982            Polk’s Tyler (Smith County, Texas) City Directory.  Dallas:  R. L. Polk,

                   
            1982.

+          1983            Polk’s Tyler (Smith County, Texas) City Directory.  Dallas:  R. L. Polk,

                   
            1983.

+          1984            Polk’s Tyler (Smith County, Texas) City Directory.  Dallas:  R. L. Polk,

                   
            1984.

+          1985            Polk’s Tyler (Smith County, Texas) City Directory.  Dallas:  R. L. Polk,

                   
            1985.

+          1986            Polk’s Tyler (Smith County, Texas) City Directory.  Dallas:  R. L. Polk,

                   
            1986.

+          1987            Polk’s Tyler (Smith County, Texas) City Directory.  Dallas:  R. L. Polk,

                   
            1987.

+          1988            Polk’s Tyler (Smith County, Texas) City Directory.  Dallas:  R. L. Polk,

                   
            1988.

+          1989            Polk’s Tyler (Smith County, Texas) City Directory.  Dallas:  R. L. Polk,

                   
            1989.

+          1991            Polk’s Tyler (Smith County, Texas) City Directory.  Dallas:  R. L. Polk,

                   
            1991.

+          1992            Polk’s Tyler (Smith County, Texas) City Directory.  Dallas:  R. L. Polk,

                   
            1992.

+          1993            Polk’s Tyler (Smith County, Texas) City Directory.  Dallas:  R. L. Polk,

                   
            1993.

+          1994            Polk’s Tyler (Smith County, Texas) City Directory.  Dallas:  R. L. Polk,

                   
            1994.

+          1995            Polk’s Tyler (Smith County, Texas) City Directory.  Dallas:  R. L. Polk,

                   
            1995.

+          1996            Polk’s Tyler (Smith County, Texas) City Directory.  Dallas:  R. L. Polk,

                   
            1996.

+          1997            Polk’s Tyler (Smith County, Texas) City Directory.  Dallas:  R. L. Polk,

                   
            1997.

+          1998            Polk’s Tyler (Smith County, Texas) City Directory.  Dallas:  R. L. Polk,

                   
            1998

+          1999            Polk’s Tyler (Smith County, Texas) City Directory.  Dallas:  R. L. Polk,

                   
            1999.

+          2000            Polk’s Tyler (Smith County, Texas) City Directory.  Dallas:  R. L. Polk,

                   
            2000.

+          2001            Polk’s Tyler (Smith County, Texas) City Directory.  Dallas:  R. L. Polk,

                   
            2001.

+          2002            Polk’s Tyler (Smith County, Texas) City Directory.  Dallas:  R. L. Polk,

                   
            2002.

+          2003            Polk’s Tyler (Smith County, Texas) City Directory.  Dallas:  R. L. Polk,

                   
            2003.

+          2005            Polk’s Tyler (Smith County, Texas) City Directory.  Dallas:  R. L. Polk,

                   
            2005.

[Anticipated continuation]  

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—TYLER--TELEPHONE DIRECTORIES
*          Tyler Public Library has Spring, 1920; Winter, 1920-1921; Spring 1922; Summer 1924; July, 1927.
 

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—UNION CHAPEL
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "UNION CHAPEL, TX,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/UU/hru13.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).  

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—UNIVERSE
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "UNIVERSE, TX,"
                         http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/UU/hru11.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).  

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—UTICA
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "UNIVERSE, TX,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/UU/hru11.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).  

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—WALNUT GROVE
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "WALNUT GROVE, TX,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/WW/hrw70.html
                    (accessed March 7, 2006).  

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—WATER’S BLUFF
Handbook of Texas Online
, s.v. "WALNUT GROVE, TX,"
            http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/WW/hrw70.html
            (accessed March 7, 2006).  

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES--WHITEHOUSE
            Handbook of Texas Online
, s.v. "WHITEHOUSE, TX,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/WW/hjw9.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).
*%#+   Leath, Andrew L.  “First Baptist Church, Whitehouse, Texas.” Chronicles of

                       
Smith County, Texas
28 no. 1 (Summer 1989):  24-25.
*%#+    “Scenes of Old Whitehouse.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 11 no. 1 (Spring
                       
1972):  40-43.
#          Smith, Shirley Terry.  Bygones.  [Whitehouse, Tex.:  S. Smith, 1989].

*          Smith, Shirley Terry.  Whitehouse, Texas, 1840-1960.  [Whitehouse, TX?:  S. T.
                        Smith, 1960].
*         
Vision 2010—Whitehouse.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*%#+    “Whitehouse Business Establishments (The Merchantile Agency Reference

                       
Book).  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 32 no. 1 (Summer 1993):  14.
 
%         Whitehouse.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Places.
*         
Whitehouse, Smith County, Texas.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—WINONA
            Handbook of Texas Online
, s.v. "WINONA, TX,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/WW/hlw43.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).

*%#+   Kay, Carroll.  “Winona [1876-1927].”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 29 no.

                       
2 (Winter 1990):  1-2.

*%#+    [Photographs].  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 29 no. 2 (Winter 1990):  5-9.

*%#+    “Winona Interviews:  Violet Lacy Shuttlesworth, Ada Florence Fortner, Willie
                       
Mae Starnes.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 29 no. 2 (Winter 1990): 
                       
3-5.  

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—WOOD SPRINGS  
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "WOOD SPRINGS, TX,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/WW/hlw52.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).
 

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—WRIGHT CITY
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "WRIGHT CITY, TX,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/WW/hlw50.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).
 

TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES—YOUNGSBORO  
            Handbook of Texas Online
, s.v. "YOUNGSBORO, TX,"            
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/YY/hvy7.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).
 

TRANSPORTATION—GENERAL.  SEE ALSO AIRPORTS AND AVIATION.
*%#+   Betts, Vicki.  “Newspaper Notes, A Continuation:  Gleaning Smith County

                       
Happenings from Area Newspapers:  Transportation.”  Chronicles of

                       
Smith County, Texas
29 no. 1 (Summer 1990):  22-34.  [1860-1875]
%         "Transportation."  Vertical File.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
*         
Transportation.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See also Tyler Transit.
*#+      Wood, A. R.  "Tyler, the Transportation Center of East Texas."  Historical

                        Encyclopedia of Texas
, II, 78.  

TRANSPORTATION—AUTOMOBILES .  Includes Roads and Streets
%         Automotive Agents and Supplies.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society
                        Archives.  See folder under Business.
*%#+   “Autos in Smith County, Aug. 1915.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 20 no.

                       
2 (Winter 1981):  13-21.
%         Autos, Old, Dealers & Pictures.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society
                        Archives.  See folder under Miscellaneous.
*         
Bicycle Routes.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Blue Star Memorial Highway.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Brick Streets.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
%         Bridges of Smith County.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Miscellaneous.

*%#+   Crutcher, I. H., Jr.  “Early Highway Development in Smith County.”  Chronicles

                       
of Smith County, Texas
10 no. 1 (Spring 1971):  1-15.
           
Goodlin, Ginger.  Case Study Analysis of Mid-Size Urban/Rural Toll Island

                        Options:  Year 1 Report.  Implementation of Tolling on Loop 49, Tyler
                        District, Texas Department of Transportation
.  College Station, TX: 
                        Texas Transportation Institute, Texas A&M University System, 2004.

           
Hasan, Mohamad Kamal el-Den Ahmad.  “Comparative Analysis of Alternative

                        Simultaneous Transportation Network Equilibrium Models.”  Ph.D.
                        dissertation, Texas A&M University, 1991.
           
“Heart of Brick.”  Tyler Life 1 no. 1 (Oct. 1984):  10-13.
*%#+    Hudson, Dean E.  “The Sand Flat Road—a.k.a. State Park Road, Farm Road 14.” 

                       
Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 29 no. 1 (Summer 1990):  10-11.
           
Knight, Janet.  “Hangin’ Out.”  Tyler Life 1 no. 1 (October 1984):  50-51, 53-54. 
                        [nights on Broadway]
*         
Loop 49.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See Vertical Files in Reference.
%         Norman Ford.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Business.
*         
North Broadway Underpass.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*%#+   “On the Road Again:  [photographs] From the Archives of Tyler District, Texas

                        Department of Transportation.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 36 no.
                        1 (Summer 1997):  15, 28.
%         Roads, Streets, Highways.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Public Services.
*         
Streets.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*%#+   Stroud, Vicki.  “Tyler Street Names.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 13 no. 2

                        (Winter 1974):  30-33.

           
Texas.  Highway Department.  Transportation Plan for Smith County.  [S.l.]: 

                        Texas Highway Department, 1973.

           
Tyler Urban Transportation Study.  Austin, TX:  Texas Highway Department,

                        1964-

*%#+   White, Jack, interviewer.  “Autos Recalled.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas

                        20 no. 2 (Winter 1981):  22-33.
 
+         
Zeigler, Linda.  “Highways Ahead, Reaching Out:  Continuing its Tradition of
                        Farsighted Planning, the Tyler Area is Getting Its Outer Loop Off the Drawing
                        Boards.”  Tyler Magazine (Fall/Winter 1985):  22-25.
+          Zeigler, Linda.  “Lessons in Litter.”  Tyler Magazine (Fall/Winter 1985):  26-27. 
                        [Adopt a Highway program]

TRANSPORTATION—RAILROADS.  See also MAPS.
*%#+   “All Aboard.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 29 no. 2 (Winter 1990):  31-35. 

                       
[1881 I&GN schedule for employees]
*          Anderson, Jacob E.  A Brief History of the St. Louis Southwestern Railway Lines. 
                           
St. Louis:  St. Louis Southwestern Railway, 1947.

            __________.  "History of the St. Louis Southwestern Railroad Company." 

                        Thesis, East Texas State Teachers College, 1939.

           
Basye, E. M.  St. L. S-W. Ry. of Texas:  Report on Proposed Grade Reduction. 

                        [Tyler, Tex.?]:  St. Louis-Southwestern, 1927.  Held by El Paso Public
                        Library.
           
Bowman, Bob.  “Streetcars:  A Colorful Part of Tyler’s Legacy.”  Tyler Magazine
                        (Fall/Winter 1983):  13-15.
*%#+  
Burton, Morris.  “Tyler as an Early Railroad Center.”  Chronicles of Smith
                       
County, Texas
2 no. 1 (Spring 1963):  1-8.
+          Burton, Morris.  “The Visit of The Colonel.”  Tyler Life 2 no. 4 (February 1986): 
                        20-22.  [Col. Edward Howland Robinson Green]
*%#+  
Burton, Morris S.  “End of an Era:  Rail Passenger Service Ends for Tyler, April
                       
1956.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 22 no. 1 (Summer 1983):  30-
                       
31.

*%#+  
Burton, Morris S.  “A Way to Move the Cotton:  The Cotton Belt.”  Chronicles of
                       
Smith County, Texas
25 no. 2 (Winter 1986):  15-16.
+          Carter, Thad H.  “Railroading in East Texas.”  Tyler Life 1 no. 6 (March 1985):  19-21.
*          Chilton, Horace.  Some Arguments of H. Chilton.  N.P., n.d.
*          __________.  The Substance of an Argument Made for the City of Tyler in the

                        Supreme Court of Texas...on December 14, 1905, in The Cotton Belt
                        General Office Case
.  Beaumont:  Funchess, [1905].
%         Cotton Belt Depot.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Buildings.

            [Cotton Belt Railroad.]  80 Years of Transportation Progress:  A History of the St.

                        Louis Southwestern Railway
.  Tyler:  St. Louis Southwestern Railway,
                        1957.
*         
Cotton Belt Railway/Depot.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Court Case—City of Tyler vs. St. Louis Southwestern Railway.  Vertical files.  Tyler
                        Public Library.

*          Court of Civil Appeals at Galveston.  City of Tyler et al vs. St. Louis Southwestern

                        Railway Company of Texas at al.
  Motion for Rehearing.  Tyler:  Tyler
                        Printing [, 1905].
*          Court of Civil Appeals of Texas, First District.  City of Tyler, et al, vs. St. Louis

                        Southwestern Railway Co., of Texas, et al
.  [Tyler:  Tyler Printing, 1905].
*          [Court of Civil Appeals of The State of Texas First Supreme Judicial District at
                        Galveston.]  Opinion #3690.  City of Tyler vs. St. Louis Southwestern

                        Railway Co. of Texas et al
.  TS.  [1905.]
*          Court of Civil Appeals of Texas at Galveston.  City of Tyler et al vs. St. Louis

                        Southwestern Railway of Texas et al
.  Argument for appellants.  [Tyler:]  
                        Tyler Printing [1905.]

            Denniston, George, Jr.  “The Tracks of East Texas Trains.”  Tyler Today (Fall 1995): 
                        27-29.  [Whistle Stop Ranch, Harrold’s Model Train Museum, Texas State
                        Railroad]
*%#+   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.
           
Gerrish, George W.  In the United States Circuit Court, in the Western District of

                       
Texas at Tyler.  Emanuel Lissignol, et al., vs. the Memphis, El Paso and
                       
Pacific Railroad Company.  In Equity
.  [n.p., 1871]
*         
Green, Ned and Hetty Green.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folder under
                        Railroads, Cotton Belt.

            Handbook of Texas Online
, s.v. "HOUSTON, TRINITY AND TYLER
                        RAILROAD," http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/HH/eqh16.html  
                       
(accessed March 7, 2006).

            Handbook of Texas Online
, s.v. "KANSAS AND GULF SHORT LINE
                        RAILROAD," http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/KK/eqk1.html  
                       
(accessed March 7, 2006).

           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "ST LOUIS SOUTHWESTERN RAILWAY,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/SS/eqs27.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).

            Handbook of Texas Online
, s.v. "TEXAS AND ST LOUIS RAILWAY,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/TT/eqt10.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).

            Handbook of Texas Online
, s.v. "TYLER SOUTHEASTERN RAILWAY,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/TT/eqt33.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).

           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "TYLER TAP RAILROAD,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/TT/eqt34.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).

           
“Northeast Texas Station Archive:  Tyler, Texas (Smith County). 
                       
http://txdepot.railfan.net/Tyler.html.  Accessed 9 March 2006.
+          Payne, M. Shane.  “Generations of Transportation.”  Tyler Today (Winter
                        2005):  137-139.  [Cotton Belt railroad depot]
%         Railroads, Cotton Belt.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Public Services.
%         Railroads, Miscellaneous Information.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society
                        Archives.  See folder under Public Services.
%         Railroads, Station Plats.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Public Services.
%         Railroads, Tyler Tap.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Public Services.

*+        Reed, S. G.  A History of Texas Railroads and of Transportation Conditions

                        Under Spain and Mexico and the Republic of the State
.  Houston:  St.
                        Clair, 1941.

           
Sexton, Franklin Barlow.  In the Circuit Court of the United States, for the

                       
Western District of Texas, at Tyler.  In Chancery, November term, 1876,
                       
before the Hon. Thos. H. Duval, District Judge, V. K. Stevenson,
                       
Complainant, vs. the Texas & Pacific Railway Company, et als.,
                       
defendants.  Argument and Brief of F. B. Sexton, for Defendants
.  [n. p.,
                       
1876].
*         
St. Louis Southwestern Railway.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Street Cars.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.

*          Supreme Court of Texas.  City of Tyler et al vs. St. Louis Southwestern Railway

                        Company of Texas et al.  Petition for Writ of Error and Argument
.  Tyler: 
                       
Courier [1905].
*            __________.  City of Tyler et al vs. St. Louis Southwestern Railway Company of

                        Texas et al
.  Analysis of  Art. 4367, Revised statutes of Texas, by Cone
                        Johnson Attorney for City of Tyler.  Tyler:  Courier [1905.]
*            [Supreme Court of Texas.]  Opinion #1499:  City of Tyler vs. St. Louis

                        Southwestern Railway Co. of Texas et al
.  TS.  1906.
*%#+   “The Tyler-Lufkin ‘Jitney.’”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 43 (2004):  34-

                        35.
%         Tyler Street R. R. System.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Public Services.

*         
Tyler Tap.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folders under St. Louis &
                        Southwestern; Cotton Belt; Railroads.

*%#+   “The Tyler Tap’s Inaugural Run:  An Eyewitness Account, October 1877.” 

                       
Introduction by Morris S. Burton.  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 22

                        no. 1 (Summer 1983):  26-29.  

TRANSPORTATION--RIVER
           
Block, W. T.  Cotton Bales, Keelboats and Sternwheelers:  A History of the

                        Sabine River and Trinity River Cotton Trades, 1837-1900
.  Woodville,
                        TX:  Dogwood Press, 1995.

*%#+   “10 cts. For Man & Horse…”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 6 no. 1 (Spring

                       
1967):  39.  [tolls at Belzora Ferry on Sabine River]
 

TYLER STATE PARK
+          Albright, Elaine Acker.  "Tyler State Park."  Texas Parks & Wildlife 51 no. 11
                       
(November 1993):  19-23. 
+          Brach, Vince.  "Parks & Places to Go:  Blazing Bike Trails."  Texas Parks &

           
            Wildlife
54 no. 10 (October 1996):  9-11.
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "TYLER STATE PARK,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/TT/gkt3.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).
           
Koehler, Janet Elaine.  “The Impact of Camping Activity on Vegetation and Soils: 
                       
A Case Study at Tyler State Park.”  M.S. thesis, Texas A&M University,
                        1979.

+          Mallory, Randy.  "Fall Color at Tyler State Park:  Peek Season."  Texas Highways
                       
49 no. 11 (November 2002):  18-23.
           
Nelson, Betty.  “Tyler State Park:  An Unexpected Pleasure.”  East Texas 2 no. 14
                        (Holiday issue 1986):  44, 46.
           
Rideout, Sandra.  "Ecological Response to and Visitor Attitudes Concerning the
                       
Use of Prescribed Burning in Four East Texas State Parks."  Ph.D.
                       
dissertation, Stephen F. Austin State University, 2001.
+          "State of Nature:  'Barn-Raising' to Benefit Ecology."  Texas Parks & Wildlife 54
                       
no. 2 (February 1996):  11.  (double check to see where exactly—may not
                       
be TSP)

           
Texas.  Parks and Wildlife Department.  Development Plan for Tyler State Park: 

                        Smith County, Texas
.  Austin:  The Department, 1974.
%         Tyler State Park.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Places.
*         
Tyler State Park.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*+        Williamson, Leroy.  "Tyler State Park."  Texas Parks and Wildlife 33 (April
                       
1975):  12-15.  

VIETNAM WAR  
            Mallory, Randy.  “Vietnam, Part One:  Tyler’s Forgotten Warriors.” Tyler Life 1 no. 1
                        (October 1984):  25-28, 56.
+          Mallory, Randy.  “Vietnam, Part Two:  Johnny Comes Walking Home.”  Tyler Life 1 no.
                        2 (November 1984):  12-15, 52, 54-55.
           
“Texas Vietnam War Casualties—Smith County, Texas.” 
                       
ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/smith/military/vietnam.txt. 
                       
Accessed 13 March 2006.

%         Vietnam and Korea.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Military.
*         
Vietnam War.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.

VOTER LISTS AND ELECTION RETURNS
*%#+   Burks, Janet.  “Smith County’s Registered Voters, 1872.”  Chronicles of Smith

           
            County, Texas
28 no. 1 (Summer 1989):  26-32.
*          Burks, Loyd.  "Smith County--August 4, 1856 Election Returns."  East Texas
                        Family Records
8 no. 1 (Spring 1984):  45-46.
*          Burks, Loyd.  "Smith County--1854-1855 School Trustee Election Returns."
                        East Texas Family Records 6 no. 2 (Summer 1982):  43.
*         
Elected Officials.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
%         Elected Officials by Beall.  Manuscript.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
%         Elected Officials, Politics.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Public Services.

           
Election Returns for County, State, and National Elections, 1846- in Voter
                       
Registration Section, County Clerk's Office, 200 E. Ferguson, Tyler, TX
*          Elections—1983.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Elections, 1988, 1989.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Mullins, Marion Day, comp.  Republic of Texas:  Poll Lists for 1846.  Baltimore: 
                       
Genealogical Publishing, 1974.
*          Smith County —Elected Officials.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
           
Voter Lists, Reconstruction Era, at Smith County Archives, Cotton Belt Building
                       
1517 W. Front St., first floor
*          Voter Register of 1867-1869.  Microfilm.    
*          Woman Suffrage.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.

WORLD WAR I
*          Jones, Georgia Cooper.  “A History of Smith County, Texas, in the World War
                        [World War I].”  Thesis, University of Texas at Austin, 1932.  Microfilm.
*          Company G, 6th Texas Infantry, Tyler, Texas, 1917.  Press Reports.  Scrapbook.
                       
Citations for Valor, World War I.  Adjutant General Department.  Texas State
           
            Library and Archives, Austin, Texas.
           
Cooper-Jones, Georgia.  "Smith County and World War I."  M.A. thesis,
           
            University of Texas, 1938.
           
Council for Defense Files, World War I.  University of Texas at Austin.  Center
                        for American History.
*%#+   Parker, Col. and Mrs. C. E.  “Doughboys of Company C:  An Account of a Smith
                       
County Company in World War I.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 4
                        no. 2 (Fall 1965):  24-28, back cover.
%         World War I Auxiliary.  Boxes.  Smith County Historical Society.  
*          World War I.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.

WORLD WAR II
           
Der Aubruch.  Camp Fannin, TX:  Hans Gebbing, 1945-1940s. 
           
Bell, Kelly.  “Capturing the A-Bomb.” Tyler Today (Summer 1995):  14-15,
                        17.  [Elmer Dixson]
+          Bell, Kelly.  “Tylerites Who Flew for Freedom.”  Tyler Today (Fall 1994): 
                        33-35.  [Roger Walker; Pat Roberson, WASP; Harry Loftis, C. L.
                        Anderson, Julian Mardock]
           
Boring, Mary E.  Mary E. Boring Photograph Collection, 1944-1949.  Contains
                       
photographs of the following military units and organizations: Company
           
            (Co.) A, 345th Infantry Regiment, 87th Infantry Division; Company C,
           
            77th Training Battalion, Camp Fannin.  General description of the
           
            collection: The Mary E. Boring photograph collection consists of only five
           
            photographs (three of them being rolled military unit photos)....Held by
           
            US Army Military History Institute.
           
Branch Immaterial Replacement Training Center, Camp Fannin, Texas. 

                        Handbook of Information
.  Camp Fannin:  The Center, 1943. Held by US
                        Army, Military History Institute.

           
Brock, Dee, Deborah Burkett, and Carole Wilson, eds.  Troup Goes to War: 

                        World War II, A Collection of Memories
.  Troup, TX:  Friends of the
                        Troup Library and Troup Genealogical/Historical Society, 1995.
*          Brown, Buck.  Don't Abandon Ship.  Troup, TX:  Buck Brown, 1900s-?

           
Buchanan, Julius A.  My World War II Years, Months, Days—4 Years, 2 Months,

                       
1 Day
.  Unpublished, Tyler, Texas, 1992.  [228th Field Artillery]
%         Buchanan WWII Years.  Manuscript.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
+          Burton, Morris.  “Tyler, Texas:  WWII in Khaki and Blue.”  Tyler Life 2 no. 2
                        (November 1985):  16-22.
+          “Camp Fannin, An East Texas Legacy.”  Tyler Today (Spring 1999):  58-62.
           
The Camp Fannin Guidon.  Camp Fannin, TX:  Camp Fannin Guidon, 1940s-
                       
1900s.
*%#+   “Camp Fannin Miscellany.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 22 no. 1
                       
(Summer 1983):  20-24.
           
“Camp Fannin, Texas.”  http://library.uthct.edu/fannin.htm.  Accessed 13 March
                       
2006.
           
“Camp Fannin Texas 1934 Through 1946.”  Tyler Today (Spring 1997):  6.
            “Camp Fannin:  The Memories Linger On.”  Tyler Magazine (Spring/Summer
                        1983):  137-144.  Also in Fall/Winter 1983 issue.
%         Camp Fannin.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Military.  See also Boxes.
*          Camp Fannin.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Carr, Grover C.  Individuality Lost.  Tyler:  Carr, 1987.  [Camp Fannin—45th
                        Infantry]
+          Choate, Mark.  Nazis in the Pineywoods.  Best of East Texas Publishers, l989.
           
Choate, Mark.  "Nazis in the Piney Woods:  The Story of German Prisoners of
                       
War in East Texas During World War II."  M.A. thesis, Stephen F. Austin
                       
State University, 1987.
*%#+
   Cross, Linda Brown.  “The Brown Boys from Buncum.” Chronicles of Smith
           
            County, Texas
32 no. 2 (Winter 1993):  41-44.
*%#+  
Dibert, Philip L.  “World War II Comes to Tyler.”  Chronicles of Smith County,
                       
Texas
2 no. 2 (Fall 1963):  3-12.
*          Dixson, Walter Clay.  From Tyler, Texas to Tokyo:  The Pacific War Letters and

           
            Photograph Collection of Captain Elmer R. Dixson.
  Tyler, TX:  Historic
                       
Aviation Memorial Museum, 2002.

%         Gimble, Jacob H.  World War II Diary.  Manuscript, typescript.  Smith County
                        Historical Society Archives.

            Handbook of Texas Online
, s.v. "CAMP FANNIN,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/CC/qbc11.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).

            Handbook of Texas Online
, s.v. "GERMAN PRISONERS OF WAR,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/GG/qug1.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).
+          Harris, Pamela.  “They Chose to Stay:  A Taste of Tyler, Even During Times of War,
                        Was All It Took.”  Tyler Life 2 no. 2 (November 1985):  24-29, 60-61.
*%#+   Hudson, Dean E.  “I Remember the War in the South Pacific.” Chronicles of

                       
Smith County, Texas
32 no. 2 (Winter 1993):  7-11.
*          Jensen, Leo Stanley.  Dear Folks:  Personal Letters and Memoirs of an American

                       
Foot Soldier in the Second World War
.  Athens, GA:  Reade Printers,
                       
1995.  [Camp Fannin]
           
Lawrence, Thompson.  Thompson Lawrence Photograph Collection.  Contains the
                        following type of materials: photographs. Covers the following time
                        period: 1934-1945. Contains photographs of the following military unit
                        and organization: 19th Infantry Regiment (Barracks only); Infantry
                        Replacement Training Center (IRTC). General description of the
                        collection:  Thompson Lawrence photograph collection shows his World
                        War II (WWII) service as commanding general of the IRTC, 1941-1945.
                   
    There are a few photos of the barracks of the 19th Infantry Regiment at
                        Schofield Barracks, Hawaii in 1934. The remainder of the photos are of
                        Lawrence as a major general at the IRTC, Camp Fannin, Texas, during
                        WWII. These show visitors and General's conferences there, two notables
                        in particular are General Joseph Stilwell and Lieutenant General Lesley J.
                        McNair and two good photos of newspaper correspondent Ernie Pyle. 

                        Held by U. S. Military History Institute.

*%#+    Lawson, Gayla H.  “POW Kaleidoscope:  First Glimpse:  Camp Fannin Vignettes. 
                       
Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 22 no. 1 (Summer 1983):  12-19.
*          Lombardo, Samuel.  O’er the Land of the Free.  Shipppenburg, PA:  Beitel
                       
Printing House, 2000.  Chapter on Camp Fannin, pp. 58-60.
           
 MarDock, Julian.  "Military Pilot Training at TJC During World War II."  Apache
                       
10 (Winter 1993):  2-6.
*%#+    MarDock, Julian.  “A Pilot’s Story.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 32 no. 2
                       
(Winter 1993):  2-6.
           
Men and Women in the Armed Forces from Smith County, Texas.  Dallas:  Taylor
                       
Pub. Co., 1946.  Held by Baylor University. 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/military/mwww2/toc.html
*%#+   “The Men and  Women in World War II from Smith County:  A “Mugbook From
                       
World War II.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 32 no. 2 (Winter
                       
1993):  48-51.
*            Myers, Odell.  Thrice Caught:  An American Army POW’s 900 Days Under Axis

                       
Guns
.  Jefferson, NC : McFarland & Co., 2002.
*%#+    Neilson, Gordon J.  “Camp Fannin:  A 40-Year Perspective.”  Chronicles of Smith

                       
County, Texas
22 no. 1 (Summer 1983):  1-7.
           
Neilson, Gordon J.  Camp Fannin, Texas:  A 50 Year Perspective.  Tyler, TX: 
                       
Published by G. J. Neilson for the Camp Fannin Association, 1993.
*          One Hundred Twelfth (112) Cavalry Regiment, F Troop.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public 
                        Library.

*%#+   “A Poster from Our Past.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 31 no. 2 (Winter
                       
1992):  17.  [dance, Mayfair Club, World War II]
*%#+   Potter, Edward Munson.  “World War II Memories.”  Chronicles of Smith County,

                       
Texas
34 no. 1 (Summer 1995):  38-44.
*%#+   Price, John K.  “From Camp Fannin:  The Letters of Pvt. John K. Price to His
                       
Wife, Jeanne.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 32 no. 2 (Winter
                       
1993):  13-40.
*          Price, John Kendrick.  Dearest Sweetheart:  Letters from a GI to his Wife During

                       
World War II
.  Paducah, KY:  Turner Pub. Co., 1999.  [Camp Fannin]
*          Ratliff, Thomas G.  I Can Hear the Guns Now:  A World War II Story of Love and

                        Sacrifice
.  Carlisle, OH:  By the author, 1999.  Camp Fannin, pp. 71-78.
%         Signal Corps.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Military.  See also Boxes.

           
"Speaking of Texas [reader contributions:  WWII POWs].  Texas Highways 36
                       
no. 7 (July 1989):  9.
           
Spiller, Roland L., interviewee.  Oral History Interview, [19--].  Stateside service
                       
in the Army before and during World War II. Describes everyday life and
                       
training at Fort Sam Houston and later service at Camp Fannin as
                       
instructor.  Held by Stephen F. Austin State University Library.
*%#+    “Sunday Courier-Times-Telegraph Extra, December 7, 1941, page 1.”  Chronicles

                       
of Smith County, Texas
32 no. 2 (Winter 1993):  back cover.
*           U.S.O.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.

*#+       Walker, Laurence C.  “Camp Fannin:  A Reminiscence.”  East Texas Historical

                        Journal
37 no. 2 (1999):  64-67.
*%#+   Ward, Madge.  “Director in Special Services at Camp Fannin.”  Chronicles of

                       
Smith County, Texas
32 no. 2 (Winter 1993):  45.
*%#+    Willbanks, Geoffrey B.  “The Homefront Experience in Smith County, Texas

                       
During World War II.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 29 no. 2
                       
(Winter 1990):  38-42.

%         "World War II."  Vertical File. Smith County Historical Society Archives.
*          World War II.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
           
“World War II Honor List of Dead - Smith County, TX.” 
                       
ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/smith/military/ww2/smithww2.txt. 
                       
Accessed 13 March 2006.
*          World War II—Honor Roll.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*+        World War II Honor Roll Edition."  Tyler Courier-Times-Telegraph, 26 Mar.
                        1944, Sects. 3-6.
%         WWII Pollan.  Manuscript.  Smith County Historical Society Archives. 
*          World War II—Victory Book Campaign.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.

ZOO
            Burke, Connie.  “The Caldwell Zoo:  A Gift of Love.”  Tyler Magazine (Fall/
                        Winter 1983):  21-23.
*%#+   Caldwell, Hayes.  “Caldwell Zoo.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 23 no. 2

                       
(Winter 1984):  24-25.
%         Caldwell Zoo.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Public Services.
            "Caldwell Zoo Welcomes Black-Footed Penguins."  Tyler Today (Spring 2006):
   
                     17.
+          Collins, Sara.  “Winter Comes to Caldwell Zoo.”  Tyler Life 1 no. 4 (January
                        1985):  4-11.
            Denniston, George, Jr.  “Caldwell Zoo for the Young at Heart.”  Tyler Today
                        (Summer 1990):  24-27, 30-31.
           
Hamilton, Joel Miles.  “Post-Occupancy Evaluation of an Innovative Zoo Exhibit

                        Caldwell Zoo Case.”  M.L.A. thesis, University of Texas at Arlington,
                        1993.

           
"In the Wilds of Africa at a Texas Zoo."  Southern Living 23 no. 12 (December
                       
1988):  32.
+          Mallory, Randy.  "Tyler's Wild Kingdom."  Texas Highways 51 no. 11
                       
(November 2004):  48-51.
           
Ramarathnam, Vivek.  "For the Children:  The Caldwell Zoo."  Texas Historian
                       
54 no. 1 (September 1993):  13-15.
+          "Texcetera:  It's a Zoo Out There."  Texas Highways 51 no. 7 (July 2004):  60.  
*          Caldwell Zoo.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.