The History Center publishes The Pine Bough, a popular annual East Texas history magazine featuring our growing archival collections.
The Pine Bough - Vol 5, July 2000
This issue includes articles on an early Jasper County logging railroad that ran through lands now owned by Temple-Inland, the contribution of women to the success of Temple box and handle Factories, Diboll's hotels past and present, and life in 1920s Diboll as experienced by a young African American who became a university librarian in the 1930s.
TABLE OF CONTENTS: July 2000
Wilk Peters, Librarian, Remembers Early 1920s Diboll
The Yellow Bluff Tramway of Jasper County, Texas
Diboll’s Hotels, Past and Present
The Temple Associates Box Factory in Diboll: Large Employer of Women in the 1950s
Faces From the Past
Products From the Past
Congressman Martin Dies (1900-1972)
More Pine Bough Memories
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