Publications

The History Center publishes The Pine Bough, a popular annual East Texas history magazine featuring our growing archival collections.

The Pine Bough - Vol 24, December 2019

In the 24th issue of The Pine Bough magazine, readers can enjoy an article about the 1919 Report of the Angelina County Red Cross, which details the actions of the group during World War I and features photographs of a parade through downtown Lufkin.  Photo albums also showcase images from the large Angelina County Chamber of Commerce collection and the National Forests and Grasslands collection.  Scrapbook albums offer images of high school sports, local garden clubs, community leaders, local businesses, and an early Angelina County logging camp, among other topics.  

TABLE OF CONTENTS: December 2019

Features

The Angelina County Chapter of the American Red Cross in World War I: “The Most Self-Sacrificing Set of Good Women the World Ever Produced"

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Images from the Angleina County Chamber of Commerce Collection

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Images from the National Forests and Grasslands Collection

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Sections

Angelina (Micheli) Logging Camp

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Diboll Church and Bank

39

Girl Scouts

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Garden Club Beautification

41

Diboll High School Girls

42

Diboll High School Boys

43

Diboll Children

44

Local Businesses

46

Diboll Swimming Pools

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