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Ralph Magill Collection


Travis Groom with Angelina Manufacturing Company Vehicle, 1957.

Travis Groom with Angelina Manufacturing Company Vehicle, 1957.

Travis Groom standing in front of an Angelina Manufacturing Company vehicle in 1957.
 

Ulman McMullen of KSPL Radio Station

Ulman McMullen of KSPL Radio Station

A photo of Ulman McMullen, announcer/DeeJay for KSPL Radio Station, Diboll .

Humble Gas Station in Diboll

Humble Gas Station in Diboll

Photo taken from Village Shopping Center showing the highway with Humble Gas Station and
Texaco Gas Station on the right.

Wood Capitol of the South Sign at Diboll City Limits, 1957

Ben Anthony, A. R. Weber, and Friends at Boggy Slough

Ben Anthony, A. R. Weber, and Friends at Boggy Slough

Group photo at Boggy Slough. Left to Right: unknown, Ben Anthony, A. R. Weber, unknown.

Gayle Farley and Bruce Durham, 1960.

Gayle Farley and Bruce Durham, 1960.

Gayle Farley and Bruce Durham show off Diboll Texas Wood Capital of the South t-shirt in 1960.

Joyce Jeanette Ford and Others at Cash Drug Store, 1950s

Joyce Jeanette Ford and Others at Cash Drug Store, 1950s

Joyce Jeanette Ford (right) and others at Cash Drug Store in 1954 or 1955.
 

Ralph Magill with Camera, c. 1955

Ralph Magill with Camera, c. 1955

Ralph Magill with his 16MM Molie Camera bought for him by either the Booster Club or the Lions Club in 1955. He filmed the high school football games from 1955 to 1961.

Ralph Magill and Herb White, Diboll Day, 1956

Ralph Magill and Herb White, Diboll Day, 1956

Ralph Magill, pharmacist at Cash Drug # 3, and Herb White, worker at the Temple White Handle Factory pose for a photo during Diboll Day, 1956.
 

Village Shopping Center

Village Shopping Center

Post office in the Village Shopping Center, Diboll, with flag and Diboll Department Store on end. Highway 59 is in background.

Cash Drug, Village Shopping Center

Cash Drug, Village Shopping Center

Diboll Rexall Drug, or Cash Drug #3, was owned by Ralph Magill, the pharmacist. Western Auto was owned by Lee Estes.

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