Bibliography of Smith County, Texas--B 

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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BIBLIOGRAPHY  
*          Carroll, H.  Bailey.  Texas County Histories:  A Bibliography.  Austin:  Texas
                        State Historical Association, 1943.
            Family History Center [LDS], Tyler, Resources. 
                        http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/fhctylr/fhctylrres.html
                        Accessed 22 May 2006.
*+        Gary, Hampson.  “Bibliography of Tyler and Smith County.”  Southwestern

                        Historical Quarterly
, 46 (1942), 48-51.
*%#+   Harper, Sarah H., comp.  “Bibliography of Smith County.”  Edited by Frank H.

                       
Smyrl.  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 16 no. 2 (Winter 1977):  17-28.

*+        Jackson, Lynnell.  True Witnesses:  A Checklist of Newspapers, 1845-1861. 
                       
Austin:  Department of Journalism Development Program, Univ. Texas at
                        Austin, 1971.
#+        Kielman, Chester, ed.  The University of Texas Archives:  A Guide to the

                        Historical Manuscripts Collections in the University of Texas Library
. 
                       
Austin:  Univ. of Texas Press, 1967.

*+        [King, Valentine Overton.]  Valentine Overton King’s Index to Books about Texas

                        before 1889
.  Texas State Library, 1976.
*%#+    Lawrence, F. Lee.  “Bibliography of Tyler and Smith County.”  Chronicles of

                        Smith County, Texas
4 no. 2 (Fall 1965): 15-19.
+          Raines, Cadwell Walton.  A Bibliography of Texas, 1536-1896.  Austin:  Gammel,
                        1896.
*            ___________.  A Bibliography of Texas 1536-1896.  Austin:  Gammel, 1896. 
                       
Microfiche.
+            __________.  A Bibliography of Texas 1536-1896.  Houston:  Frontier Press,
                       
1955.
*%#+   Smyrl, Frank H. and Carolyn M., comps.  Index to Chronicles of Smith County,

                        Texas
[Volumes 1-10, 1962-1971,].  Tyler:  Smith County Historical
                        Society and Survey Committee, 1973.
+          Streeter, Thomas W.  Bibliography of Texas, 1795-1845.  2d ed.  Woodbridge,
                       
CT:  Research Publications, 1983.  With accompanying microfilm set.

            [U. S. Archives.]  Inventory of Federal Archives in the States.  Series II,  The

                        Federal Courts, No. 42, Texas, in Four Parts, Part 2, The Historical
                        Records Survey (W. P. A.).  San Antonio:  1939, pp. 60-7.  

BIOGRAPHY
           
“Abraham Eastep/Estep (1824-1872).” 
           
            http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/pioneers/estep.html.  Accessed 13
                        March 2006.
%          Adams, James and George.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society
                        Archives.  See folder under Family.
*%#+   Adair, W. S.  “Gone to Texas.” [reminiscence of move to Texas in 1872, living
           
            near Starrville until 1892].  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 4 no. 1
           
            (Spring 1865):  6-7.
           
Ahn, Suzanne.  Vertical File, Texas Woman's University.  Dallas neurologist. 
           
            Born in Pusan, Korea.  Moved to Tyler, Texas with her family in 1964. 
           
            Phi Beta Kappa, University of Texas M. D. Southwestern Medical School
           
            in Dallas.  Active feminist and co-founder of Doctors for the ERA. 
           
            Established the Outstanding Woman Award at the University of Texas
           
            Health Science Center in Dallas.  Active in the Dallas County Asian
           
            American Democrats.  Founder of the Medical Division of Ball
           
            Semiconductor.  Inventor with twenty-three U.S. patents.  Youngest
           
            woman appointed to the Texas State Board of Medical Examiners.
%          Albertson family.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  Boxes.
*%#+    Albertson, Otto.  “As I Remember It.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 8 no. 1
           
            (Spring 1969):  1-5.
%          Alexander, C. C.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
%          Alfred and Leath families.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Family.
%          Allen, George B. family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Family.
*          Allen, Nona Lowry and Kenneth L. Kirkland.  "Smith County--William Chappell
                        Lowry Family Bible."  East Texas Family Records 14 no. 2 (Summer
                        1990):  35-38.
*+        Almost Endless List of Names of Distinguished Tylerites Dug Up in Library of
                        Congress by Woman.”  Tyler Courier-Times 13 May 1941, p. 10. 

                        Photocopy.
           
“Andrew Jackson Thedford, Sr. and Catherine A. Hughes.” 
                        
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/families/feathrstn/thdfrdaj.html. 
                       
Accessed 13 March 2006.
           
“Andrew Venable and Mary Ann Evans.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/families/feathrstn/venable.html. 
                       
Accessed 13 March 2006.
*         
Andrews, Carl C.  Vertical files. Tyler Public Library.  See folder under
                        Philanthropists.

%          Andrews, Reddin.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Family.
%          Arnold, A. A.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.  See also Boxes.
*          
Arnold, A. A.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library. 
 *          Arthur, Bob.  "Smith County--Goodman Jefferies Family Letters."  East
                        Texas Family Records
26 no. 2 (Summer 2002):  31-36.
%          Ashby family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
%          Atkins family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.

           
Attaway, Craig.  Colonel Elisha Everett Lott of Starrville.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/pioneers/lott/lottee.html.  Accessed 13
                       
March 2006.
           
Bailey, Lelia.  "The Life and Political Career of Oran M. Roberts."  Ph.D. diss.
                       
University of Texas, 1932.
*          Baker, Brenda.  "John Mason Family."  East Texas Family Records  1 no. 1
                        (1977):  3.
%          Baker, Dovie.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.  See also Diary under Manuscript.
%         Baker family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
*          Baker, Sidney F., Jr.  “The History of Tyler Being a “Biography” as Told by Mr.
                        F. M. Bell,  Sr., Mrs. F. M. Bell, Sr., [and] Mrs. S. F. Baker,” TS.  [1920.]
%         Barbee family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Family.
*         
Barbee Family.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
           
Barbee, James Edward.  A Brief History of the Early Barbee Families of Smith

                        County, Texas
.  [Houston, TX:  J. E. Barbee, 1950s]. 
%         Barnes family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Family.
*          Barnes, Mary Lee.  "The Alexander Douglas Family--Part I."  East Texas
                        Family Records
18 no. 3 (Fall 1994):  40-49.

           
Barnes, Mary Lee.  “Edward Thomas Broughton , Sr.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/pioneers/broughton.html.  Accessed
                       
13 March 2006.
           
Barron, Peggy Browning.  “Monteville Beron Browning and Virginia Carolina
                       
Murphy.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/families/browning/brwngmb.html. 
                       
Accessed 13 March 2006.
%         Barton-Nash family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives. 
                        See folder under Family.

           
Basaldu, Gayle.  “Bradford Family.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/pioneers/engledow/bradford.html. 
                       
Accessed 13 March 2006.
           
Basaldu, Gayle.  “Cassius Albert Burks & Kate Deana Engledow.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/pioneers/engledow/burks.html. 
                       
Accessed 13 March 2006.
           
Basaldu, Gayle.  “Childers Family.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/pioneers/engledow/childers.html. 
                       
Accessed 13 March 2006.
           
Basaldu, Gayle.  “The Collier Family.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/pioneers/engledow/collier.html. 
                       
Accessed 13 March 2006.
           
Basaldu, Gayle.  “The Family of Robert D. Engledow & Harriett Catherine Bell.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/pioneers/engledow/engledow.html. 
                       
Accessed 13 March 2006.
           
Basaldu, Gayle.  “Henry Floore and Mary Jane Bell.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/pioneers/engledow/floore.html. 
                       
Accessed 13 March 2006.
           
Basaldu, Gayle.  “John Engledow and Elizabeth Simpson.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/pioneers/engledow/engledo2.html. 
                       
Accessed 13 March 2006.
           
Basaldu, Gayle.  “Josephus Taylor Family.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/pioneers/engledow/taylor.html. 
                       
Accessed 13 March 2006.
           
Basaldu, Gayle.  “Lawhon Family.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/pioneers/engledow/lawhon.html. 
                       
Accessed 13 March 2006.
           
Basaldu, Gayle.  “Little Family.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/pioneers/engledow/little.html. 
                       
Accessed 13 March 2006.
           
Basaldu, Gayle.  “Moore Family.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/pioneers/engledow/moore.html. 
                       
Accessed 13 March 2006.
           
Basaldu, Gayle.  “Wallace Gary Caperton.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/pioneers/caperton/wgcaperton.html. 
                       
Accessed 13 March 2006.
           
Basaldu, Gayle.  “Wilbourn Family.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/pioneers/engledow/wilbourn.html. 
                       
Accessed 13 March 2006.
%         Beaird family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
*          Beall, Alex.  "A Beall Family Migrates to East Texas."  Records of East Texas
                        5 no. 2 (January 1971):  801-807.
%         Beckham family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
%         Bell, Alvin.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
*          Bell, Ernest Perry.  "Smith County:  Our Shelby Lineage."  East Texas Family
                        Records
21 no. 2 l(Summer 1997):  45-53.
%         Bell, F. M.  Vertical File.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Family.
*         
Bell Family.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
%         Bell, Henry M.  Vertical File.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.

           
“Benjamin Thomas, Jr. and Martha Engledow.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/pioneers/engledow/thomas.html. 
                       
Accessed 13 March 2006.  
           
Bennett, Shirley Monroe.  I Remember Grandma:  A Biography of Mary

                        Tranquillia Weaver Galbraith of Smith County, Texas, and Bridgeport
                        Bar, Washington, 1855-1936
.  Brewster, WA:  S. M. Bennett, 1981.
%         Bergfeld family.  Vertical File.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
*         
Bergfeld Family.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folder Tyler’s
                        Distinguished Families.

+          “The Bergfeld Family Series:  Part Four—1949 to the Present.”  Tyler Today
                        (Winter 2004):  110-112.
           
“Berryman L. Walker - Smith Co., TX.”  Biographical Souvenir of the State of

                        Texas, Containing Biographical Sketches of The Representative Public,
                        and Many Early Settled Families.
  Chicago:  Battey, 1889. 
                        ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/smith/bios/biotx/walkerbl.txt. 
                       
Accessed 10 March 2006.
*          Berryman, Mary Love.  "James Calhoun Hill Family Bible."  East Texas
                        Family Records
 24 no. 4 (Winter 2000):  46-47.
*          Berryman, Mary Love.  "Littlejohn-Jeffries Family Bible."  East Texas Family
                        Records
24 no. 4 (Winter 2000):  44-45.
*          Berryman, Mary Love.  "Smith County--Goodman-Jefferies Family Letters."
                        East Texas Family Records 26 no. 3 (Fall 2002):  30.
*          Berryman, Mary Love.  "Smith County--Jefferies Family Bible."  East Texas
                        Family Records
26 no. 2 (Summer 2002):  30.
*          Betts, Vicki.  "Smith County--1901 Adams Silver Wedding."  East Texas Family
                        Records
27 no. 4 (Winter 2003):  31-32.

           
“The Bibby Families of Smith County, Texas.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/families/bibby/bibby.html.  Accessed
                       
13 March 2006.
*            Biographical Souvenir of the State of Texas, Containing Biographical Sketches

                        of The Representative Public, and many Early Settled Families.
  Chicago: 
                        Battey, 1889.  See entries for Thomas J. Adams, T. J. Bell, W. J. 
                       
Goodman, Richard Bennett Hubbard, Oliver Loftin, R. B. Long, Sr.,
                        Henry M. Owens, Thomas J. Shamburger, William S. Thomas, Berryman
                        L. Walker.
+          __________.  reprint ed.  Easley, SC:  Southern Historical Press, 1978.
%          Black family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
+          Bland, Mary.  “Kelli McGonagill:  Leading America’s Sweethearts.”  Tyler Today
                       (Summer 1994):  8-10.  [Dallas Cowboys cheerleader]
%         Boaz, Thomas.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
*          Bogan, J. M., Jr.  ""Smith County--Childress Grave Marker."  East Texas Family
                        Records
20 no. 2 (Summer 1996):  40.
           
Bonner, Charles T.  "Dictation from Charles T. Bonner:  Tyler, 1887."  Held by
           
            University of California, Berkeley.
           
Bonner, John Henry.  "Dictation from John Henry Bonner:  Tyler, 1887."  Held
           
            by University of California, Berkeley.
%         Bonner, M. H.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.

           
Bonner, Micajah Hubbard.  "Dictation from Micajah Hubbard Bonner:  Tyler,
           
            1887."  Held by University of California Berkeley.
*         
Bonner, Thomas R. (1838-1891).  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
%         Bonner, Thomas Reuben book.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        Boxes.
%         Boren (Chilton) family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Family.
%         Boulter family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
%         Bowie & Henry families.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Family.
*%#+   Bramlette, Howard.  “Col. John F. Overton.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas
           
            9 no. 2 (Fall 1970):  11-15.
*%#+   Bramlette, W. Howard.  “Tennessee to Texas.”  Chronicles of Smith County,

           
            Texas
27 no. 1 (1988):  28.  [Overton family]
%         Brandon family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
*          Briggs, Dixie.  "Smith County--Lavender Family History."  East Texas Family
                        Records
20 no. 3 (Fall 1996):  39
*          Briggs, Dixie.  "Swann Family History."  East Texas Family Records 20
                        no. 3 (Fall 1996):  43-46.
*          Briggs, Dixie.  "Swann Family History."  East Texas Family Records 20
                        no. 4 (Winter 1996):  37-42.
*          Briggs, Dixie.  "Wells Family History."  East Texas Family Records 20 no.
                        3 (Fall 1996):  41-42.
*          Briggs, Dixie.  "Wimberly Family History."  East Texas Family Records 20
                        no. 3l (Fall 1996):  40.
*          Brittain, Doris Lybrand.  "Lybrand Pioneers in Smith County, Texas."  East
                        Texas Family Records
3 no. 4 (Winter l1979):  16-18.
*          Brooks, Elizabeth.  Prominent Women of Texas.  Akron:  Werner, 1896.
%         Brooks family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.

           
Brosius, F. J.  "Dictation from F. J. Brosius:  Tyler, 1887."  Held by the
           
            University of California, Berkeley.
%         Broughton family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Family.
%         Brown family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family6.
*          Brown, Janice.  "Smith County--Will of Nellie Speer Seastrunk."  East Texas
                        Family Records
20 no. 2l (Summer 1996):  41-44.
*          Brown, Janice Cox.  "Estate of James Spear Inventory and Appraise-
                        ment."  East Texas Family Records 20 no. 1 (Spring 1996):
                        38-39.
*          Brown, Janice Cox.  "Smith County--Will of James Speer."  East Texas
                        Family Records
20 no. 1 (Spring 1996):  37-38.
%         Browne, Dora K.   Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Family.
%         Browning, Ben.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Family.
%         Browning, R. S.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Family.
%         Bryan family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
%         Bryson family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.

*          Bugg, Mary Katherine Ayres.  "Epitaph of Willis Lemuel Bugg, I."  East Texas
                        Family Records
5 no. 4 (Winter 1981):  46.

            
“Bullard Family.” 
           
            http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/pioneers/quinn/bullard.html. 
           
            Accessed 13 March 2006.
%         Bundy family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
%         Burgamy family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
%         Burns family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
+          Burton, Morris S.  “Miss Mattie.”  Tyler Life 1 no. 8 (August 1985):  45-47. 
                        [Mattie Jones]
*%#+   Burton, Morris S.  “More than a Map-Maker:  Eliab Horatio Wells.”  Chronicles

           
            of Smith County, Texas
31 no. 1 (Summer 1992):  32-35.
+          Burton, Morris S.  “Old Arkansaw.”  Tyler Life 1 no. 9 (September 1985):  46-47. 
                        [excerpt from Some Biographies on “Garner”]
%         Butler family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
*         
Butler, T. B.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Butler, T. B. Awards.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.

%         Cain family (Garden Valley).  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society
                        Archives.  See folder under Family.
%          Caldwell, D. K.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
*%#+    Caldwell, Elbert H.  “D. K. Caldwell:  The Man Who Got East Texas Out of the
           
            Mud.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 23 no. 2 (Winter 1984):  1-9.
*          
Caldwell Family and Caldwell Foundation.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          
Caldwell, Lottie.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folder Philanthropists.
%          Calhoun, J. H.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
*+         Callahan, Generosa, Sister.  Mother Angelique Ayres, Dreamer and Builder of

           
            Our Lady of the Lake University
.  Austin:  Jenkins, 1981.
*           Campbell, Earl.  The Earl Campbell Story : A Football Great's Battle with Panic

           
            Disorder
.  Toronto:  ECW Press, 1999.
*          
Campbell, Earl.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
%          Campbell, Earl and Ann.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Family.
%          Campbell, John L.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
*#+       Campbell, Randolph B.  "George W. Whitmore:  East Texas Unionist."  East

           
            Texas Historical Journal
28 (Spring 1990):  17-27.
%          Carlton family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
%          Carter, Henry.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.

           
 Castoe, Wanda.  “Basil Human and His Family of Tyler.” 
           
            http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/pioneers/human/human.html. 
           
            Accessed 13 March 2006.
+          Chamblin, Thomas S., ed.  The Historical Encyclopedia of Texas.  Dallas:
                        Texas Historical Institute, 1982.  Includes in vol. 1:  Paul E. Sham-
                        burger, pp. 515-516; William Abraham (Abe) Pounds, pp. 523-524;
                        Evelyn (Levinson) Stein, pp. 651-652.  In vol. 2:  Wilbur C. Windsor,
                        p. 1124; James B. Owen, p. 1186; E. O. Doggett, pp. 1216-1217;
                        L. A. (Slick) Dean, p. 1579.
           
Childress, Joel Patrick.  “Dr. Samuel Overton:  Pioneer Doctor of Old Canton,
           
            Texas:  Vintage Medical Ledgers Perused.” 
           
            http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/pioneers/childress/toc.html.  Accessed
           
            13 March 2006.
*          Childress, Pat.  "Dr. Samuel Overton--Omen, Smith County, Texas."  East Texas
                        Family Records
24 no. 1 (Spring 2000):  43-44.  [accounts]
*          Childress, Pat.  "Jesse Overton (b.1787)--Family New Testament."  East Texas
                        Family Records
24 no. 1 (Spring 2000):  41-42.
%          Chilton and Boren families.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society
                        Archives.  See folder under Family.

           
Chilton, Horace.  The Horace Chilton Memoirs.  Edited by Vicki Betts.  Tyler,
                        TX:  Smith County Historical Society, 1991.  Held by the University of
                        Texas at Austin as separate item.
*%#+    __________.  Published in Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 30 no. 1
                        (Summer 1991):  1-19 and 30 no. 2 (Winter 1991):  1-11, 47.
%         Chilton, Horace.  Papers.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
           
Chilton, Horace.  Papers.  Archives, University of Texas at Austin.  Center for
                       
American History.
*          Chilton, Horace.  Some Law Arguments of H. Chilton. Dallas:  Henry Nuss, 192?
%         Chilton, Horace.  "This is a copy of Notes Prepared by My Father, Horace
                       
Chilton."  MS, typescript.  Comp. Ella Chilton Boren.  Smith County
                        Historical Society Archives.
*          
Chilton, Horace (1853-1932).  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
%          Chitwood family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
+          Clapp, Matt.  “Daughters of a Slave.”  Tyler Today (Summer 2000):  47-48. 
                        [Mary and Maureen—no last name given]
           
Clark, A.  "Dictation from A. Clark:  Tyler, 1887."  Held by the University of
                       
California, Berkeley.
           
Clark, A. L.  "Dictation from A. L. Clark:  Tyler, 1887."  Held by the University
                       
of California, Berkeley.
%          Clay family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
*         
Clay Family.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
           
Clay, William E.  “John Marston Clay Family of Smith County, Texas.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/pioneers/clay.html.  Accessed 13
                       
March 2006.
+          Coates, Bill.  “Life Near the Fast Lane:  Up-and-Comer C. J. Fambrough Looks
                        Forward to the Nextel Cup.”  Tyler Today (Spring 2006):  79-80.
           
Coker, Alliene Gaston.  “Finis Ewing Gaston and Bessie Clarinda James.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/families/gaston/gastonfe.html. 
                       
Accessed 13 March 2006.
           
Coker, Alliene Gaston.  “Joseph Fleming Gaston and Lula Johnson.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/families/gaston/gastonjf.html. 
                       
Accessed 13 March 2006.
           
Coker, Alliene Gaston.  “The Gaston Family.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/families/gaston/gaston.html. 
                       
Accessed 13 March 2006.
+          Collins, Daye Dunn.  “Judge M. H. Bonner:  More than What’s Written on
                        His Tombstone.”  Tyler Today (Summer 2004):  57-58.
+          Collins, Sara.  “Dear Santa.”  Tyler Life 1 no. 3 (December 1984):  6-7. 
                        [Bob Shelton]
+          Collins, Sara.  “Don Chaney:  At the Controls for the State’s Broadcasters.” 
                        Tyler Life
1 no. 3 (December 1984):  36-37, 62.
+          Collins, Sara.  “The Guitar Man:  Doug Rhone.”  Tyler Life 1 no. 3
                        (December 1984):  38-39.
+          Collins, Sara.  “Her Goal is to Get Things Done!”  Tyler Life 2 no. 5
                        (February 1986):  28.  [Velma Mosley]
+          Collins, Sara.  “Miss Texas, ‘In Like Flint.’”  Tyler Life 2 no. 4 (January
                        1986):  46-47.  [Jonna Gail Fitzgerald]
+          Collins, Sara.  “Paul Powell Increases His Flock.”  Tyler Life 2 no. 4
                        (January 1986):  42-43.
+          Collins, Sara.  “The Queen of 6 P.M.”  Tyler Life 1 no. 4 (January 1985): 
                        28-31.  [Joan Hallmark]
+          Collins, Sara.  “Remarkable Style.”  Tyler Life 2 no. 3 (December 1984): 
                        34-35.  [Willie Lee Glass]
+          Collins, Sara.  “Researching Relationships:  UTT Professor Offers Insights into
                        the Human Condition.”  Tyler Life 1 no. 6 (March 1985):  40-41.  [Davor
                        Jedlicka]
+          Collins, Sara.  “Retirement for the Man Called ‘Preacher.’”  Tyler Life 2 no. 4
                        (January 1986):  39-42.  [W. M. Shamburger]
+          Collins, Sara.  “Running a Tight Ship.”  Tyler Life 2 no. 3 (December 1985): 
                        32-33.  [William Steger]
+          Collins, Sara.  “Thanksgiving with the David Wades:  Good Cooks Never Lack
                        Friends.”  Tyler Life 2 no. 2 (November 1985):  4-7.
+          Collins, Sara.  “Traveling for Kiwanis.”  Tyler Life 1 no. 4 (January 1985):  31-32. 
                        [Aubrey Irby]
+          Collins, Sara.  “Vision in the Oil Patch.”  Tyler Life 1 no. 8 (August 1985):  32-35. 
                        [J. S. Hudnall]
+          Collins, Sara.  “Wild Edibles:  Food for the Soul.”  Tyler Life 2 no. 5 (February
                        1986):  24-27.  [Glen Garner]
+          Collins, Sara.  “The Woman’s Touch at the Top.”  Tyler Life 1 no. 6 (March 1985): 
                        46-47.  [Betty Sizemore]
           
“Col. Robert Kirkpatrick Gaston and Leticia Southerd.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/families/gaston/gastonrk.html. 
                       
Accessed 13 March 2006.
           
“Colonel Tignal W. Jones, Tyler.”  The Encyclopedia of the New West

           
            Biographical Sketches of Their Representative Men and Women

                       
(Published 1881). 
                       
ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/smith/bios/nuwest/jonestw.txt
%         Colvin family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Family.
*         
Connally, David H. Family.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folder Tyler’s
                        Distinguished Families.

%         Cook family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Family.
+          Cope, Barbara.  “What’s Cooking?  (David Wade Knows!)”  Tyler Life 2 no. 2
                        (November 1985):  8, 62-65.
*          Corder, Estelle.  "Dr. T. H. Hall, Methodist Minister."  East Texas Family
                        Records
19 no. 1 (Spring 1995):  37-40.
           
Cornell, Doris.  Oil Fever:  The Biography of John R. Bunn.  [Muskogee, OK]: 
                       
Published for the Oklahoma Heritage Association by Western Heritage
                       
Books, 1985.
*#+      Cotner, Robert C.  James Stephen Hogg:  A Biography.  Austin:  University of
                        Texas Press, 1959.
%         Crawford family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.

           
Creekmore, Everett.  "Speaking of Texas."  Texas Highways 43 no. 6 (June 1996): 
                       
3.  (check to see name of person)
*%#+   Cross, Linda Brown.  “Hampson Gary.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 15
                       
no. 2 (Winter 1976):  15-21.
*          Cross, Linda J.  “Hampson Gary, A Texas Diplomat.”  Thesis, Stephen  F. Austin,
                        1974.
*            ____________.  Hampson Gary, A Texas Diplomat, TS.  [1975.]
%         Daglish, J. J.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Family.

           
Dahlstrom, Quinn Elizabeth Urban.  “The Urban Family.” 
           
            http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/pioneers/quinn/urban.html.  Accessed
           
            13 March 2006.
           
Dahlstrom, Quinn Elizabeth Urban.  “Templeton Family.” 
           
            http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/pioneers/quinn/templeton.html. 
           
            Accessed 13 March 2006.  
+          “Danny Cace—Tyler is His Oyster.”  Tyler Today (Fall 1999):  80-81.
           
Davies, Laurie.  Born to Be a Fighter:  The Life Experiences of George R.

                        Wagner
.  Tyler, TX:  Wagner Cadillac Co., 2001.
%         Davis, Alf.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Family.

           
Davis, Ellis A. and Edwin H. Grobe, eds.  “H. E. Byrne, Smith County.”  The

           
            Encyclopedia of Texas
.  Dallas: Texas Development Bureau, 1923.
                       
ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/smith/bios/encotx/byrneeot.txt
           
Davis, Ellis A. and Edwin H. Grobe, eds.  “Henry Earl Butler ‘Men of Texas.’” 
                       
The Encyclopedia of Texas.  Dallas: Texas Development Bureau, 1923.
                       
ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/smith/bios/encotx/hebutler.txt
           
Davis, Ellis A. and Edwin H. Grobe, eds.  “James Stephen Hogg, Smith
                       
County, Texas.”  The Encyclopedia of Texas.  Dallas: Texas Development
                       
Bureau, 1923. 
                       
ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/smith/bios/encotx/hoggeotx.txt
           
Davis, Ellis A. and Edwin H. Grobe, eds.  “Richard B. Hubbard.”  The

           
            Encyclopedia of Texas
.  Dallas: Texas Development Bureau, 1923. 
                       
ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/smith/bios/encotx/hubbaeot.txt
*          Davis, James L.  "The Nancy Harrell Davis Family."  East Texas Family
                        Records
18 no. 2 (Summer 1994):  42-43.
%         Davis, Molly M.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
%         Day family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Family.
+          De Long, David Gilson.  The Architecture of Bruce Goff:  Buildings and Projects,

                       
1916-1974
.  New York:  Garland Pub., 1977.
*+        De Long, David Gilson.  Bruce Goff:  Toward Absolute Architecture.  New York: 
                       
Architectural History Foundation, 1988.
%         Dennison, Jo Carroll.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.

           
“Denson Crow Melton.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/pioneers/melton.html.  Accessed 13
                       
March 2006.
           
DeRyee, William and R. E. Moore.  “E. E. Lott, Smith County, Texas.”  The

           
            Texas Album of the Eighth Legislature, 1860, A Texas Enterprise.

                       
Austin, Texas, Printed by Miner, Lambert & Perry, 1860. 
                        ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/smith/bios/texalbum/lottee.txt
*#        DeShields, James T.  They Sat in High Place.  San Antonio:  Naylor, 1940.
           
Dilley, F. L.  “Dictation from F. L. Dilley:  Tyler, Texas [1887?].”  To Tyler from
                        Illinois, 1881; the family's iron and brass foundry.  Held by University of
                        California, Berkeley.
%          Donley, S. P.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.

%          Douglas, J. P.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See Boxes.
*%#+    Douglas, Mrs. James P.  “Recollections of a Centenarian.”  Chronicles of Smith

                       
County, Texas
5 no. 1 (Spring 1966):  37-51.
           
“Dr. Alma Moore Freeland.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/pioneers/freeland/freeland.html. 
                       
Accessed 13 March 2006.
           
“Dr. S. A. Goodman Family of Smith County.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/pioneers/goodman/goodman.html. 
                       
Accessed 13 March 2006.
*          "Dr. William J. Goodman Obituary (1921)."  East Texas Family Records 26
                        no. 3 (Fall 2002):  31.
+          Drake, Janet.  “Judge William M. Steger.”  Tyler Today (Summer 2000): 
                        25-28, 32.
+          Drake, Janet.  “One Man’s Vision, East Texas’ Triumph:  The Story of Kiepersol
                        Estates.”  Tyler Today (Winter 1999):  14-17.  [Pierre de Wet]
            Drake, Janet.  “Profile:  A. W. ‘Dub’ Riter, Jr.”  Tyler Today (Winter 1999):  16-18.
*%#+  Duncan, J. S.  “Forty-Eight Years in Texas:  Dick Hubbard of Tyler.”  Chronicles

                       
of Smith County, Texas
15 no. 1 (Summer 1976):  2-10.
%         Duncan, Mancil and Sandy.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society
                        Archives.  See folder under Family.
*         
Duncan, Sandy.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
%         Durst family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
%         Earp family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
%         Eason family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
%         Eisenhower family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.

           
“Elihu Wiggins and Judith Elizabeth Welch.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/families/wigginse/wigginse.html. 
                       
Accessed 13 March 2006.
*         
Ellsworth, David.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
           
Epperson, Benjamin H.  Papers.  Archives.  University of Texas at Austin.  Center
                       
for American History.
           
Edwards, J. M.  "Dictation from J. M. Edwards:  Tyler, 1887."  Held by the
                       
University of California, Berkeley.
*         
Eltife, Kevin.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See also folder under Tyler’s
                        Distinguished Families.

%         Ervin, Dorothy Skelly.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See Boxes.
%         Ervin family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
*          Esberger, Karen.  "The Family of Isham Roe Towles."  East Texas Family
                        Records
22 no. 4 (Winter 1998):  34-43.
*          Esberger, Karen.  "The Nolens of Starrville; Coleman Lineage; Beam Family."
                        East Texas Family Records 22 no. 3 (Fall 1998):  29-42.
*          Esberger, Karen Kay.  "Isaac B. Welch and Mary Carter White Welch
                        Family."  East Texas Family Records 16 no. 4 (Winter 1992):  24-32.
*          Escalera, Dolores Stone.  "The Family of George Washington Stone."  East
                        Texas Family Records
24 no. 1 (Spring 2000):  45-48.

           
“Evan Pearson Thedford and Susan Malinda Youngblood.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/families/feathrstn/thdfrdep.html. 
                       
Accessed 13 March 2006.
%         Faber and Lipstate families.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society
                        Archives.  See folder under Families.
%         Fair and Kidd families.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Families.
*         
Fair, James & Wilton.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folder under
                        Philanthropists.

+          Fair, Janet.  “Divine Intervention Delivered DeHaven to Tyler.” Tyler Today
                        (Summer 2004):  131-132.
+          Fair, Janet.  “Dr. Bob Peters—A Man for All Seasons.”  Tyler Today (Spring
                        2004):  20-22, 24.
+          Fair, Janet.  “Phil Hurley:  He’s Back!  And He Brought CBS With Him!”  Tyler
                        Today
(Summer 2004):  98-99, 101, 106.
+          Fair, Janet Drake.  “Feliciano Family Offers True Inspiration.”  Tyler Today (Fall
                        2002):  43-48.
+          Fair, Janet Drake.  “His Songs Will Go On:  Tyler’s Will Jennings.”  Tyler Today
                        (Winter 2000):  39-46.
+          Fair, Janet Drake.  “Profile:  Judge Larry Thomas Craig.” Tyler Today (Summer
                        2001):  11-16.
+          Fair, Janet Drake.  “Profile:  Pinkney L. Butler.”  Tyler Today (Spring 2001): 
                        15-17, 111.
           
“Fair Mind of Texas Men.”  Woman’s Journal 3 no. 12 (August 17, 1918):  229. 
                       
Includes portrait and article on Mrs. E. H. Potter, Tyler, Texas.
*         
Fair, Robert W. Family.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folder under Tyler’s
                        Distinguished Families

           
“The Family of Nathaniel Jefferies II.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/pioneers/jeffries/jeffries.html. 
                       
Accessed 13 March 2006.
           
“The Family of Reverend Emer Hamvasy.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/families/hamvasy/hamvasy.html. 
                       
Accessed 13 March 2006.
*         
Famous People Who Visited Tyler.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Famous Visitors.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.

+          Faubion, R. D.  “At Home with Dallas Holm.”  Tyler Today (Summer 1991):  18-22.
            Faubion, R. D.  “Autographs, Tom Edison and the Wizard.”  Tyler Today (Spring
                        1995):  36-39.  [Rex Beasley]
            Faubion, R. D.  “Mr. Tyler:  Aubrey Addison Arnold.”  Tyler Today (Summer 1996): 
                        10-12.
+          Faubion, R. D.  “Robin Hood of Tyler.”  Tyler Today (Fall 1991):  21-23, 26, 36. 
                        [Robin Hood Brians, Jr.]
+          Faubion, R. D.  “Sarah McClendon.”  Tyler Today (Summer 1993):  9-11.
%         Ferrell family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Family.
           
50th Celebration of the Reunion in Bullard, Texas:  John Henry Smith, 1893 from

                        Alabama and Jesse Philpot Smith, Jr., 1894 from Tennessee:  1991 Annual
                        Smith Family Reunion
.  [San Marcos, TX:  Marylynne Smith Haney,
                        1991].
%         Fitzgerald, J. W. and M. S.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Family.
*         
Fitzgerald, Lois.  Diary..  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
%         Fleishel family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
%        Fletcher-Goodwin family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Family.
%         Flewellen and Hill families.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Family.

           
Foltz, Katherine Curtis.  “Collection, 1920-1950.”  Club programs, newspaper
                        clippings, correspondence, and photographs, etc.  Local leader in
                        American Association of University Women (Tyler, Tex.), Delta Kappa
                        Gamma Society (Alpha Eta Chapter), Tyler Woman's Forum, Texas
                        Federation of Women's Clubs, and the Cultu-Mea Club.  Held by Texas
                        Woman’s University.
%         Foster, Mildred McConnel.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        Boxes.

           
“Francis Marion Browning.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/pioneers/fmbrwnng.html.  Accessed
                       
13 March 2006.
%         Frazer family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.

           
Freeland, Alma Moore.  “The Moore Family.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/pioneers/freeland/amoore.html. 
                       
Accessed 13 March 2006.
*          Freeland, Alma Moore.  "Our Hill Ancestors."  East Texas Family Records 13
                        no.2 (Summer 1989):  24-28.
*%#+    Freeland, Alma Moore.  “Papa Rang the Bell:  Some Remembrances of the Life
                       
and Career of Professor John R. Moore.”  Chronicles of Smith County,

                       
Texas
16 no. 2 (Winter 1977):  29-37.
*          Freeland, Alma Moore.  "Smith County--Andrew Jackson and Daratha Melton
                        Moore.;"  East Texas Family Records 14 no. 1 (Spring 1990):  31-46.
%         Freidlander family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
           
Fuquay, John W.  “The Connally Family.”  Tyler Today (Fall 1996):  14-17.
            Fuquay, John W.  “The Fair Family.”  Tyler Today (Winter 1995):  9-11.
            Fuquay, John W.  “The Negem Family.”  Tyler Today (Fall 1995):  9-14.
            Fuquay, John W.  “The Saleh Family.”  Tyler Today (Winter 1996):  28-31.
            Fuquay, John W.  “Smith County D. A. Jack Skeen, Jr.”  Tyler Today (Fall
                        1996):  25-27, 29-30, 38.
            Fuquay, John W.  “The Smith Family.”  Tyler Today (Summer 1996):  24-26. 
                        [Gen. James Smith]
+          Furse, P. J.  “The Bell Family.”  Tyler Today (Winter 1993):  18-22, 32-33.
+          Furse, P. J.  “The Bergfeld Family.”  Tyler Today (Fall 1994):  28-32.
+          Furse, P. J.  “The Bergfeld Family.”  Tyler Today (Spring 2004):  58-60.
+          Furse, P. J.  “The Bergfeld Family from 1934.”  Tyler Today (Summer 2004):  59.
+          Furse, P. J.  “The Caldwell Family.”  Tyler Today (Summer 1994):  17-21, 29.
            Furse, P. J.  “The Swann Family.”  Tyler Today (Spring 1994):  56-58, 60.
+          Furse, P. J.  “Tyler’s Distinguished Families, Part I:  The Marsh Family.”  Tyler
                        Today
(Fall 1993):  13-16.
            Furse, P. J.  “The Woldert Family.”  Tyler Today (Winter 1994):  11-16, 32.
%         Gary, Hampson.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
*         
Gary, Hampson Boren (1873-1952).  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
           
Gaston, F. E.  "Dictation from F. E. Gaston:  Tyler, 1887."  Held by University of
                       
California, Berkeley.
%         Gaston family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
*          Gaut, Hilda Merle.  "Smith County--The Gauts of Smith County."  East Texas
                        Family Records
10 no. 2 (Summer 1986):  33-43.
*%#+   Gayle, Emma Hill.  “James Calhoun Hill:  A Man Remembered by His Life.” 
                       
Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 8 no. 2 (Fall 1969):  8-11, 59-67.
%         Gentry, A. C., Jr.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
*%#+   “Gentry & Gentry:  A Family in County Politics.”  Chronicles of Smith County,

                       
Texas
18 no. 1 (Summer 1979):  back cover.
%         Gentry, Brady.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.

           
“George Washington Stone of Troup, Texas.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/pioneers/stone.html.  Accessed 13
                       
March 2006.
*         
Gertrude Windsor Awards.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*%#+   Gilbert, Loy J.  “George Yarbrough.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 12 no. 2
                       
(Winter 1993):  32.
*           Gillespie, Frances Dickerson.  The Browns of East Texas:  The Families of

                       
Charles, Drucilla, Milton, and Willis
.  TX:  Gillespie, 2003.
             
Gillespie, Francis Dickerson.  The Cynthia Liday Story.  TX:  Gillespie, 2003.
%          Gilliam, Al.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Family.  See also Boxes.
%          Gimble family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Family.
%          Glass, Willie Lee.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
*         
Glass, Willie Lee.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*%#+   Glover, R. W.  “. . . I’m Here Yit.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 13 no. 1
                       
(Summer 1974):  28-39 [sic].  [recollections of Irving Anderson, a former
                       
slave]
*         
Good, John Jay (1827-1882).  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
%         Goodman, Dr. W. J.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See Boxes.
%         Goodman family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.  See also Boxes.
%         Goodman, S. A., Jr.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See Boxes.
%         Graybill family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
%         Green and Ruggles Gates families.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society
                        archives.  See folder under Family.
*         
Green, Ned and Hetty Green.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folder
                        under Railroads, Cotton Belt.
*          Greenberg Award.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library

%         Greene-Albertson families.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society
                        Archives.  See folder under Family.

*+        Greer, Jack Thorndyke.  Leaves from a Family Album.  Edited by Jane Judge
                        Greer.  Waco:  Texian Press, 1975.
%          Gregory family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
%         Grider, Mrs.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See Boxes.
%         Grinnan family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
%          Haggerty, William.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
%          Hall family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Family.
*           Hallman, Patsy Spurrier.  Psalm of Life:  Willie Lee Campbell Glass.  Austin: 
                       
Eakin Press, 1998.
*          Hallowell, Flo.  "'Shade My Grave With a Cedar Tree':  Lucindy Jane Bellew
                        Hodges, 1852-1871."  East Texas Family Records 11 no. 1 (Spring
                        1987):  29-36.
%         Hamilton family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Family.
*         
Hamm, George F.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
%         Hamvasy family.  Vertical file. Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Family.

           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "ALEXANDER, ISAAC,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/AA/fal8.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006). [taught school in Smith County prior to Civil
                       
War]
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "ANDREWS, REDDIN, JR,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/AA/fan49.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  [Baptist minister in Tyler, later president of
                       
Baylor University]
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "BIRDWELL, ALTON WILLIAM,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/BB/fbi19.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  [principal of Tyler High School, later president
                       
of Stephen F. Austin State University]
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "BONNER, MICAJAH HUBBARD,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/BB/fbo19.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  [Tyler judge]

           
Handbook of Texas Online
, s.v. "BONNER, THOMAS REUBEN,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/BB/fbo20.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  [Tyler banker, railroad director and financier]
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "BOREN, SAMUEL HAMPSON,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/BB/fbo29.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  [Tyler businessman]
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "CHASE, IRA CARLTON,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/CC/fch56.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  [director of Tyler YMCA, later Ft. Worth
                       
physician]
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "CHILTON, GEORGE WASHINGTON,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/CC/fch29.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  Tyler attorney, Confederate soldier
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "CHILTON, HORACE,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/CC/fch30.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  [Tyler senator]
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "DAVIS, MOLLIE EVELYN MOORE,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/DD/fda44.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  [poet in Tyler during Civil War]
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "DEAN, JOHN M,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/DD/fde24.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  [taught in Smith County]
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "DEEN, CALLOWAY, SR,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/DD/fdeun.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  [Smith County planter]
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "DONLEY, STOCKTON P,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/DD/fdo14.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  [Tyler attorney]
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "DOUGLAS, JAMES POSTELL,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/DD/fdo24.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  [Tyler soldier, businessman, politician]
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "DUNCAN, JOHN MARTIN,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/DD/fdu16.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  Tyler attorney and politician
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "EDWARDS, MARTIN LUTHER,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/EE/fed18.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  [Tyler physician]
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "ESTES, CARL LEWIS,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/EE/fes6.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  [Tyler, then Longview newspaperman]
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "FINLEY, NEWTON WEBSTER,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/FF/ffi12.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  [Tyler, then Dallas attorney]
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "FOWLER, ANDREW JACKSON,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/FF/ffo23.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  [politician, died at home in Lindale]
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "GAMBRELL, HERBERT PICKENS,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/GG/fga49.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  [born in Tyler, later professor at SMU]
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "GARY, HAMPSON BOREN,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/GG/fga37.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  [born in Tyler, attorney, soldier, diplomat]
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "GASTON, WILLIAM HENRY,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/GG/fga63.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  [living in Mt. Sylvan when joined CS army]
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "GENTRY, BRADY,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/GG/fge3.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  [Tyler attorney, judge, highway commissioner]
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "GREER, DEWITT CARLOCK,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/GG/fgr83.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  [Tyler highway engineer]
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "HENRY, JOHN LANE,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/HH/fhe21.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  [Tyler, then Dallas politician]
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "HERNDON, WILLIAM SMITH,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/HH/fhe32.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  [Tyler attorney]
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "HERRING, CORNELIUS TAYLOR,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/HH/fhe62.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  [Smith County, then West Texas rancher]
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "HOGG, JAMES STEPHEN,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/HH/fho17.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  [Tyler governor]
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "HOGG, WILLIAM CLIFFORD,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/HH/fho20.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  [attended Summer Hill Select School]
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "HOUSTON, ANDREW JACKSON,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/HH/fho69.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  [admitted to Bar in Tyler]
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "HUBBARD, RICHARD BENNETT, JR,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/HH/fhu3.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  [Tyler governor]
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "HUGGINS, WILLIAM OGBURN,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/HH/fhu14.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  [Tyler, then Houston attorney]
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "JACKSON, CHARLES EMERSON,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/JJ/fjacj.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  [born in Smith County, school administrator]
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "JENNINGS, THOMAS JEFFERSON,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/JJ/fje7.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  [Tyler, then Ft. Worth attorney]
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "JOHNSON, CONE,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/JJ/fjo8.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  [taught and attorney in Tyler]
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "JOHNSON, ELIZA SOPHIA ROBERTSON,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/JJ/fjoap.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  [women’s clubs, Tyler]
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "JOHNSON, SIDNEY SMITH,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/JJ/fjo88.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  [Tyler attorney]
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "JONES, TIGNAL W,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/JJ/fjo65.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  [Tyler attorney]
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "LANG, CECIL HERBERT, SR,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/LL/flatc.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  [minister, First Presbyterian Church, Tyler]
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "LINDSEY, THERESE KAYSER,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/LL/fli9.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  [Tyler poet]
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "LIPSITZ, LOUIS,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/LL/fli15.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  [Tyler, then Dallas businessman]
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "LITTLEJOHN, ELBRIDGE GERRY,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/LL/fli19.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  [born in Smith County, educator]
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "LIVELY, ROBERT MACLIN,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/LL/fli22.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  [grew up in Smith County, later legislator from
                       
Van Zandt County]
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "LOTT, ELISHA EVERETT,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/LL/flo23.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  [Smith County legislator]
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "MAHONEY, NONA BOREN,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/MM/fmazb.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  [born in Tyler, Dallas suffragist]
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "MAYFIELD, ALLISON,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/MM/fma90.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  [born in Tyler, teacher, later in Sherman]
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "MAYFIELD, EARLE BRADFORD,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/MM/fma91.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  [born in Overton, attended Tyler Commercial
                       
College, later lived in Meridian before moving back to Tyler]
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "MIMS, CHARLES D,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/MM/fmi44.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  Tyler, then Beeville attorney
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "MOFFITT, JOHN H,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/MM/fmo3.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  [pre-Civil War politician]
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "MORRIS, JERRY WALTER,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/MM/fmo58.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  [business manager for Tyler baseball team]
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "MORRIS, STEPHEN DECATUR,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/MM/fmo65.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  [Troup railroad promoter]
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "MURCHISON, CLINTON WILLIAMS, SR,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/MM/fmu10.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  [born in Tyler, oil]
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "PARSONS, ALBERT RICHARD,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/PP/fpa41.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  [child in Tyler pre-Civil War, union organizer]
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "PARSONS, WILLIAM HENRY,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/PP/fpa43.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  [owned pre-Civil War Tyler newspaper]
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "PEMBERTON, DORIS HOLLIS,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/PP/fpe89.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  [attended Texas College, later Dallas and
                       
Houston civic leader]
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "PENNYBACKER, ANNA J HARDWICKE,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/PP/fpe30.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  [Tyler educator]
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "QUINN, FRANK DAVID,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/QQ/fqu13.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  [Early oil in Tyler, later Austin]
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "RAMEY, THOMAS BOYD,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/RR/fra21.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  [Tyler attorney]
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "RICHARDSON, SAMUEL Q,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/RR/fri53.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  [Pre-Civil War sawmill, salt operator]
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "ROBBINS, JOHN W,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/RR/fro6.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  [In Smith County 1877-1889]
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "ROBERTSON, JOHN C,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/RR/fro29.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  [Tyler attorney]
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "ROBERTSON, SAWNIE,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/RR/fro33.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  [Studied law in Tyler]
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "ROGERS, CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/RR/frocj.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  [Tyler saloon owner, Camp Ford guard?]
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "ROOME, RUTH V BRAZZIL,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/RR/froey.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  [born in Tyler, Texas Supreme Court]
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "SCARBOROUGH, EMILY DOROTHY,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/SS/fsc1.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  [born in Smith County, author]
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "SCARBOROUGH, GEORGE MOORE,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/SS/fsc55.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  [born in Smith County, playwright]
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "SCARBOROUGH, JOHN B,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/SS/fsc2.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  [Smith County teacher]
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "SIFF, IRIS FUTOR,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/SS/fsi44.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  [attended Tyler Jr. College, theatre]
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "SMITH, GEORGE W [1845-1906],"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/SS/fsm18.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  [Tyler attorney]
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "SMITH, STUART ROBERTSON,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/SS/fsm40.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  [born in Tyler, attorney, later Beaumont]
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "SMITH, WILLIAM ROBERT,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/SS/fsm47.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  [born near Tyler, later Colorado City]
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "STALLINGS, WILLIAM CRIDER,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/SS/fst5.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  [Smith County farmer, agricultural agent]
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "STELL, JOHN D,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/SS/fst33.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  [worked at ordnance plant, died in Tyler]
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "STILWELL, HENRY WESLEY,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/SS/fstcp.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  [principal in Tyler]
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "SWEET, GEORGE H,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/SS/fsw10.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  [officer over Camp Ford]
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "THOMAS, HENRY [RAGTIME TEXAS],"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/TT/fthxc.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  [active in Tyler 1950s]
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "TUCKER, THOMAS F,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/TT/ftu3.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  [officer over Camp Ford]
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "TYSON, PAUL LEIGHTON,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/TT/fty4.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  [Tyler High School 1911 football]
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "WARRINER, PHANUEL WARNER,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/WW/fwa60.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  [died in Tyler]
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "WATSON, JOHN BROWN,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/WW/fwara.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  [born Smith County, college president]
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "WESTBROOK, JOHN HILL,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/WW/fwe60.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  [First black student football player in
                       
Southwest Conference; Tyler pastor]
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "WHITE, LULU BELLE MADISON,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/WW/fwh75.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  [attended Butler College, civil rights activist]
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "WHITMORE, GEORGE WASHINGTON,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/WW/fwh43.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  [Tyler attorney]
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "WILSON, ARTHUR [DOOLEY],"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/WW/fwibk.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  [born Tyler, actor]
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "WOLDERT, EDWIN ALBERT,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/WW/fwo46.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  [Tyler physician, historian]
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "WOLDERT, JOHN GEORGE,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/WW/fwo1.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  [Tyler surveyor]
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "WORTHAM, WILLIAM AMOS,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/WW/fwo30.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  [briefly in Tyler pre-Civil War]
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "WRATHER, JOHN DEVEREAUX, JR,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/WW/fwr18.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  [raised in Tyler, movie and TV producer]
%         Harris, Abraham.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Family.
*         
Harris, Mike.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
+          Hawkins, Lucia Dulin and Janet Drake.  “TCA Cable’s Fred Nichols:  How He
                        Worked His Way to the Bottom.”  Tyler Today (Spring 1999):  17-20.
*%#+   Hayes, Robert M.  “Tyler’s Spiritual Debt to a Hungarian Refugee.  [Emir
                       
Hamvasy]”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 5 no. 2 (Fall 1966):  20-
                       
24.
*%#+    Haynes, Elizabeth Hill.  “The Biography of Reverend Robert Hill, D. D.” 
                       
Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 15 no. 2 (Winter 1976):  22-30.
*%#+    Haynes, Frank Ses.  “An Interview with Frank Ses Haynes.”  Chronicles of Smith

                       
County, Texas
29 no. 2 (Winter 1990):  43-45.
%         Hendrix, Ernest.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.

            “Henry M. Owens, Smith County, TX.”  Biographical Souvenir of the State of

                        Texas, Containing Biographical Sketches of The Representative Public,
                        and Many Early Settled Families.
  Chicago:  Battey, 1889. 
                       ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/smith/bios/biotx/owenshm.txt.
                        Accessed 10 March 2006.
*          Henry, Mrs. L. A. (George Ella Chilton Henry).  A Short Sketch of Senator
                        Horace Chilton’s Life to be Preserved by His Sister, TX.  1925.
%         Herndon family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.  See also Herndon Papers, Boxes.
*         
Herndon, William Smith (1837-1903).  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
%         Herring, Serena.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.

*#+      Hicks, Jimmie.  "Some Letters Concerning the Knights of the Golden Circle in
                       
Texas, 1860-1861."  Southwestern Historical Quarterly 65 (July 1961): 
                       
80-86. [George Chilton]
           
“The Hill Ancestors of Dr. Alma Moore Freeland.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/pioneers/freeland/ahill.html. 
                       
Accessed 13 March 2006.
*         
Hill, Charles Lee.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
%         Hill, James C.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
%         Hill, Joseph W.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
*          Hill, Margaret Hunt.  H. L. and Lyda:  Growing up in the H. L. Hunt and Lyda

                        Bunker Hunt Family as Remembered by their Eldest Daughter Margaret
                        Hunt Hill
.  Little Rock:  August House, 1994.
*          Hill, Phil.  "Thomas W. Riddle."  East Texas Family Records 2 no. 1 (Spring 1978):
                        2.
%         Hill, Rev. Robert.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
%         Hill, Sam.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Family.
%         Hines, Henry.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Family.
*          The Historical Encyclopedia of Texas.  2 vols., rev. ed.  Texas Historical Society,
                        n. d.
+          __________.  Dallas:  Historical Institute, 1982.
%         Hogg, James S.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.

*+        Hogg, James Stephen.  Addresses and State Papers of James Stephen Hogg.  Ed.
           
            Robert C. Cotner.  Austin:  University of Texas Press, 1959.
*         
Hogg, James Stephen (1851-1906).  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Holbrook, SheRita Vaughn.  "Bates Family History."  East Texas Family Records
                        3 no. 1 (Spring 1979):  17.
%        
Holden, James.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
%         Holt family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Family.
+          Honeycutt, Laura.  “100 and Counting.”  Tyler Life 1 no. 4 (January 1985):  35-36. 
                        [Alex Bailey]
+          Honeycutt, Laura.  “Superarm:  Tyler’s Wes Atkison Wins Trophies with the Flip of a
                        Wrist.”  Tyler Life 1 no. 4 (January 1985):  33-34.
+          Hosemann-Butler, Anna.  “Justice of Tyler.”  Tyler Life 1 no. 4 (January 1985):  22-
                        24, 50-.  [William Wayne Justice]
*%#+    Hubbard, Mrs. Richard B.  “Letter from a Far Land.”  Chronicles of Smith

           
            County, Texas
13 no. 1 (Summer 1974):  23-27.
%          Hubbard, Richard.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
*%#+    Hubbard, Richard B.  “Hubbard Comes Home to Tyler.”  Intro. by Dr. J. S.

                       
Duncan.  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 15 no. 2 (Winter 1976):  59-
                       
65.
*         
Hubbard, Richard Bennett (1832-1901).  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*         
Huber, Dr. Gary.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
%         Hudson family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
%         Hughes, Jasper.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
%         Hunt family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Family.
%         Hutcheson family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
%         Hynson family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.

+          “In Search of Comet Halley.”  Tyler Life 2 no. 1 (October 1985):  44-45.  [Frances
                        Friedman]
%         Ingram family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
*          "Isaac Hill Daniell Bible."  Records of East Texas 1 no. 2 (January 1967):  55-56.
*          "J. W. Finley Family Bible."  Records of East Texas 1 no. 1 (October 1966):  36.
*         
Jennings, Will.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*%#+   Johns, Dick.  “’Born with a Pencil in His Hand’:  Tyler Cartoonist Sam Nash.” 

                       
Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 22 no. 1 (Summer 1983):  29-33.

*          
Johnson, Cone (1860-1933).  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Justice, William Wayne (1920-    ).  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.

*%#+    Lawrence, F. Lee.  “Richard Bennett Hubbard:  Noble Aristocrat.”  Chronicles of

           
            Smith County, Texas
8 no. 2 (Fall 1969):  1-7.
           
Human, W. G.  "Dictation from W. G. Human:  Tyler, 1887."  Held by the
           
            University of California, Berkeley.
           
Hunt, H. L.  Hunt Heritage:  The Republic and Our Families.  Dallas:  Parade
           
            Press, 1973.
           
"In Memoriam [Watson Wise].  Texas Research League Analysis 10 no. 9 (Sept.
           
            1989):  4.
           
Isaac, E. W. D.  "Dictation from E. W. D. Isaac:  Tyler, 1887."  Held by the
           
            University of California, Berkeley.
%         Jackson, Gary D.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
%         Jefferies family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
%         Johnson, Ben.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.

           
Johnson, Cone.  Papers, 1897-1933.  Includes material on Johnson's law practice
           
            in Tyler, Texas, and his work as Texas State Highway Commissioner. 
           
            Held by Southern Methodist University.
           
Johnson, Cone.  Principles and Policies Advocated by Hon. Cone Johnson,

           
            Candidate for the Democratic Nomination for Governor of Texas
.  [Tyler,
           
            Tex., 1910].
           
Johnson, Cone.  The Substance of an Address by Hon. Cone Johnson on the

           
            Prohibition of the Liquor Traffic in Texas
.  Dallas:  Anti-Saloon League of
           
            Texas, 1911.
           
Johnson, Cone.  Views of Hon. Cone Johnson, Tyler, Texas, and Hon. B. F.

           
            Looney, Greenville, Texas, on Statutory Prohibition
.  Tyler:  Tyler
           
            Printing Co., 1910.
+          Johnson, Frank W.  A History of Texas and Texans.  Chicago:  American
                        Historical Association, 1914.  5 vols.  Includes the following persons
                        from Smith County:  John R. Arnold, p. 1394; T. Loftin Arthur, p. 1554;
                        Micajah H. Bonner, p. 2487; Nat W. Brooks, p. 2163; George C.
                        Burruss, p. 2162; Thomas H. Butler, p. 2627; Henry E. Byrne, p. 2480;
                        Ben B. Cain, p. 1577; J. Amos Fleming, p. 1838; Sim Florence, p.
                        2076; William S. Herndon, p. 1387; Ripley H. Hunter, p. 1698; David
                        P. Jarvis, p. 2341; Martin M. Joyner, p. 2169; W. Frank Knox, p.
                        1583; James S. Lavender, p. 2161; Jefferson D. Magee, p. 2516; Morris
                        A. Marcus, p. 2020; John B. Mayfield, p. 2478; Addison P. Moore,
                        p. 1736; Frank C. McCorkle, p. 2085; Stephen D. Reaves, p. 2644;
                        Stuart R. Smith, p. 1519; Monroe Starnes, p. 2272; William David
                        Swann, p. 2157; Horatio L. Tate, p. 2135; William P. White, p. 1391.

           
Johnson, Frank W.  “Judge Thomas Booker Butler, Smith County, TX.”  A

                        History of Texas and Texans.
  American Historical Society, 1914. 
                        ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/smith/bios/histtx/tbbutler.txt. 
                       
Accessed 10 March 2006.
*          Johnson, Glen Robert, Sr.  "Smith County:  Noel Pace and John H. Payne."  East
                        Texas Family Records
1 no. 1 (1977):  2-3.
*          Johnson, Sid S.  Some Biographies of Old Settlers:  Historical, Personal, and

                        Reminiscent
.  Tyler:  Author, 1900.
*#+      ____________.  Some Biographies of Old Settlers:  Historical, Personal, and

                        Reminiscent
.  1900; facsimile rpt.  Tyler:  Smith County Historical
                        Society, 1965.
                        http://www.rootsweb.com/%7eusgenweb/tx/smith/bios.html#anchor30233
           
Jones, F. U.  "Dictation from F. U. Jones:  Tyler, 1887."  Held by the University
                       
of California, Berkeley.
*          Jones, Hiram F.  "Buckholtz and Jones Genealogy."  East Texas Family Records
                        1 no. 1 (1977):  15-16.
           
Jones, John Paul.  “Circus Magic:  Willie Lee Glass.”  Tyler Today (Winter
                        1994):  31, 33.
           
“Joseph Carson Edwards (1833-1912).” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/pioneers/edwards.html.  Accessed 13
                       
March 2006.
*          Josserand, DeLois.  "Smith County--W. L. T. Burns Family History."  East Texas
                        Family Records
21 no. 4 (Winter 1997):  35-41.
+          “Jumping for Joy:  Tylerite DeeAnna Hiett Leaps into New York’s Big-Time Dance
                        Scene…Taking it in Stride.”  Tyler Life 2 no. 1 (October 1985):  42-43.
+          Kaiser, Maureen.  “Blake Devotes Judgeship to Serving Children.”  Tyler Today
                        (Winter 1998):  15-16.  [Ruth Blake]
+          Kaiser, Maureen.  “Mary Morris Leaves a Record of Good Service.”  Tyler
                        Today
(Winter 1998):  27-28.
%         Kay family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
*          Kays, Pauline.  "Frances 'Fannie' Martha (Darsey) Wylie--1868-1922."
                        East Texas Family Records 20 no. 2 (Summer 1996):  38-40.
*          Kays, Pauline.  "Smith County--Henry Clay Darsey Family."  East Texas
                        Family Records
20 no. 2 (Summer 1996):  37-38.
*%#+   Kennedy, Johnnye Pierce.  “Anna Pennybacker, Historian of Texas.”  Chronicles

                       
of Smith County, Texas
11 no. 1 (Spring 1972):  73-80.
%         Kessler family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
           
King, Barbara.  “The Lindsey Family.”  Tyler Today (Summer 1997):  8-10.
*         
King Chevrolet and King Family.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
           
Knight, Margot.  “Interviews with Sarah McClendon, Recorded by Margot Knight
                       
for the Washington Press Club Foundation, as Part of Its Oral History
                       
Project Women in Journalism.”  http://npc.press.org/wpforal/sarah.htm. 
                       
Accessed 13 March 2006.
           
Knox, Helen.  Mrs. Percy V. Pennybacker.  New York:  Fleming H. Revell, 1916.
%         Lane family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
%         Latham, Lewis and James.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society
                        Archives.  See folder under Family.
*          Lawrence, F. Lee.  “A Texas Portrait:  Richard Bennett Hubbard.”  Texas Bar

                        Journal
, 22 Dec. 1962, pp. 1047-48, 1092-94.
*         
Lawrence, F. Lee.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
%         Lawrence, Lee.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
*%#+    Lawrence, William S.  “Short Sketch of My Life.”  Chronicles of Smith County,

                        Texas
36 no. 2 (Winter 1997):  17-23.
*%#+    Lawson, Gayla H.  “Of Mortar and Cornerstones:  Mary Korkmas.”  Chronicles of

                       
Smith County, Texas
24 no. 1 (Summer 1985):  32-37.
*            Leadership Tyler Alumni List.  [Tyler, TX:  ETMC Regional Healthcare System],
                       
2003-
*%#+   Leath, Andrew L.  “The Beverly Walker Family.”  Chronicles of Smith County,

                        Texas
38 no. 2 (Winter 1999):  9.
*%#+   Leath, Andrew L.  “The Dewberry Plantation, 1844-1878.”  Chronicles of Smith

                        County, Texas
41 (2002):  front cover, 1-5.
*%#+   Leath, Andrew L.  “Elisha Everett Lott:  ‘Strictly a People’s Man.’”  Chronicles

                       
of Smith County, Texas
23 no. 2 (Winter 1984):  26-28.
*%#+   Leath, Andrew L.  “The Grinnan Family.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 30
                       
no. 2 (Winter 1991):  12-13.
*%#+   Leath, Andrew L.  “Jonathan Lewter, Pioneer.”  Chronicles of Smith County,

                       
Texas
24 no. 2 (Winter 1985):  42-43.
*%#+   Leath, Andrew L.  “The Reverend Caleb H. Smith:  Circuit Ridin’ Preacher of
                       
Smith County.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 13 no. 2 (Winter
                       
1974):  6-10.
           
Leath, Andy.  “The Albertson Family.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/families/albertsn.html Accessed 13
                       
March 2006.
           
Leath, Andy.  “Alexander Copeland.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/%7etxsmith/families/copeland.html.  Accessed
                       
13 March 2006.
           
Leath, Andy.  “Casey Askew.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/families/askew.html.  Accessed 13
                       
March 2006.
           
Leath, Andy.  “Daniel Barcroft.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/families/barcroft.html.  Accessed 13
                       
March 2006.
           
Leath, Andy.  “Daniel Currie.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/families/currie.html.  Accessed 13
                       
March 2006.
           
Leath, Andy.  “David Cook.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/families/cooka.html.  Accessed 13
                       
March 2006.
           
Leath, Andy.  “Dawson Family.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/families/dawson.html.  Accessed 13
                       
March 20006.
           
Leath, Andy.  “George Adams Family.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/pioneers/adamsg.html Accessed 13
                       
March 2006.
           
Leath, Andy.  “John Austin Family.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/families/austinj.html.  Accessed 13
                       
March 2006.
           
Leath, Andy.  “John Gregory Byron Family.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/families/byronjg.html.  Accessed 13
                       
March 2006.
           
Leath, Andy.  “John Henry Bonner and Lou Grambling.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/families/bonnerjh.html.  Accessed 13
                       
March 2006.
           
Leath, Andy.  “Joseph William Davenport.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/families/davenportjw.html.  Accessed
                       
13 March 2006.
           
Leath, Andy.  “Micajah Hubbard Bonner Family.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/families/bonnermh.html.  Accessed 13
                       
March 2006.
           
Leath, Andy.  “Peter G. Cousins Family.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/families/cousinspg.html.  Accessed 13
                       
March 2006.
           
Leath, Andy.  Reuben Clark.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/families/clarkr.html.  Accessed 13
                       
March 2006.
           
Leath, Andy.  “Robert J. Chandler.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/%7etxsmith/families/chandler.html.  Accessed
                       
13 March 2006.
           
Leath, Andy.  Samuel S. Baskin.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/families/baskinsc.html.  Accessed 13
                       
March 2006.
           
Leath, Andy.  “Tarleton W. Brown.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/families/browntw.html.  Accessed 13
                       
March 2006.
           
Leath, Andy.  “Thomas Reuben Bonner & Charles Taylor Bonner.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/families/bonnerrb.html.  Accessed 13
                       
March 2006.
           
Leath, Andy.  “Thomas W. Bell.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/families/belltw.html.  Accessed 13
                       
March 2006.
%         LeGrand family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.  LeGrand letters, see Boxes.

           
“Lemuel M. and Elizabeth C. (Hardegree) Pryor.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/pioneers/pryor.html.  Accessed 13
                       
March 2006.
+          Levin, Ann.  “Dr. Bob:  A Feel for the Weather.”  Tyler Life 1 no. 2 (November
                        1984):  26-27.  [Bob Peters]
           
“Levin Levi Jester and Mary Eliza Cain.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/pioneers/lljester.html.  Accessed 13
                       
March 2006.
%         Lewis, J. J.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Family.
%         Lewter, Jonathan.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
%         Lilly, John.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Family.
%         Lindsey-Merrick families.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Family.
*         
Lindsey, Samuel Asbury (1863-1961).  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
           
Link, J. B., ed.  “Rev. David B. Morrill.”  Texas Historical and Biographical

           
            Magazine:  Designed to give a Complete History of the Baptists of Texas
           
            from their First Entrance into the State, and other Historical Matters of
           
            Interest to the Denomination.
  v. 2.  Austin:  J. B. Link, 1895. 
                       
ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/smith/bios/bapt/morrill.txt
%         Littlejohn family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
%         Loftin, J. W.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
*         
Lollar family (Incl. John & Isaac).  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See
                        Vertical Files/General Genealogy.

%         Lollar-Redden family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        see folder under Family.
%         Long-Boren family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        see folder under Family.
%         Lott, E. E.  Vertical file.   Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        folder under Family.

+          Mahfood, Michael E.  “’No Man is an Island, Entire of Itself…”:  A Goodbye
                        to Mark Wilson, June 21, 1949-February 24, 2006.”  Tyler Today (Summer
                        2005):  25-27.
           
“Major J. Dean.”  Confederate Veteran 10 no. 10 (October 1902). 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/pioneers/dean/mjdean.html.  Accessed
                       
13 March 2006.
+          Mallory, Randy.  “A. C. Gentry:  ‘You Never Stop Learning About Watercolors.” 
                        Tyler Life
1 no. 3 (December 1984):  32-33.
+          Mallory, Randy.  “For the Common Good.”  Tyler Life 2 no. 4 (January 1986): 
                        44-45.  [Sarah McClendon]
%         Marchman, R. G.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
*          MarDock, Julian.  The First of Many:  The Story of a Pioneering Chinese Family

                       
Who Lived in Texas for One Hundred Years
.  [Austin, TX]:  Nortex Press,
                       
1998.
%         MarDock family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
*%#+   Mardock, Lucille.  “Miss Mattie.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 13 no. 2
                       
(Winter 1974):  1-5.  [Mattie Jones]
*         
Marsh, Bryan (1833-1912).  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Marsh, Bryan Family.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folder under Tyler’s
                        Distinguished Families.

%         Marsh family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Marsh.  See Marsh papers in Boxes.

+          Marsh, Janice Talley.  “Betty Dobbins:  A Tyler Mom Who ‘Stands by Her Band.’” 
                        Tyler Life
1 no. 2 (November 1984):  28-29.
           
Marsh, Lois Cambern.  They Came to Stay:  Cambern, Kutch and Bell Families: 

                       
Jack, Smith, and Tarrant Counties of  Texas
.  Bicentennial ed.  Quanah,
                       
TX:  Nortex Offset Publications, 1974.  Held by Southern Methodist
                       
University.
%         Martin, Rebecca.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Family.
%         Mathis family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
%         Mathis, James Martin.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Family.
*         
Mayfield Family.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*+        McCarley, Marvin Basil.  The Rays Look Back.  Dallas:  Ray Reunions, 1972.
*          "McCaslin Family Bible."  Records of East Texas.  1 no. 2 (January 1967):  56,
                        77.
*         
McClendon Family.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
%         McClendon, Sarah.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Family.
*         
McClendon, Sarah.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
           
McCord, Felix J.  "Dictation from Felix J. McCord:  Tyler, 1887."  Held by the
                       
University of California, Berkeley.
%         McDowell family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.

           
McKay, Joseph Robert.  “Diary Entries By Joseph Robert McKay (1852 - 1943).” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/pioneers/childress/mckay-d.html. 
                       
Accessed 13 March 2006.
*         
McKenzie, H. J.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folder under Cotton Belt
                        Railway/Depot and People.

*          McKenzie, Harold J.  Harold J. McKenzie, “Mr. Mac”:  Keeping on the Right

                        Track:  Part 1, Early Life and a Quarter of a Century with the T. & N. O.
 
                        Edited by  Gayla Hughes Lawson.  Austin:  Nortex Press, 1985.
%         McNamara, Mary Jane.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Family.
%         Meadors family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical  Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
+          “Meet Dr. Rodney Mabry, UT Tyler’s New President Up-Close & Personal.”  Tyler
                        Today
(Fall 1998):  52-53.
%         Men--Local.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Family.
%         Miller, Frank.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Family.
*          Miller, Paddy Joe.  The Tyler Rose:  The Earl Campbell Story.  Spring, TX: 
                       
Schuromil Productions, 1997.
%         Miller, Steve, et al.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
%         Miscellaneous families.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        see folder under Family.

           
Montgomery, A. L.  "Dictation from A. L. Montgomery:  Tyler, 1887."  Held by
                       
University of California, Berkeley.
%         Montgomery, Rosalis.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Family.
%         Moore, J. R.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.

           
Moore, John R.  “H. W. Melton and Family.”  Troup Banner. 
                       
ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/smith/bios/misc/meltfam.txt. 
                       
Accessed 13 March 2006.
*         
Morgan, Henry Miller.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See file in Family
                        Manuscript cabinet.

           
Mulins, L. L.  "Memoirs."  Copy in possession of James Wilkins, Tyler. Texas.
           
Muncy, Karen.  "French Finery with a Texas Touch [the Keeneys of Tyler]." 
                       
Ultra (November 1988):  92-97.
*         
Muntz, Robert R. (1923-1978).  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
%         Murdoch, Bob.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
*         
Nash, Sam.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
%         Neeley, Will.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
*         
Negem, Jim Family.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
           
“Nichols Family.”  http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/pioneers/nichols.html. 
                       
Accessed 13 March 2006.
*          Notable Women of the Southwest:  A Pictorial Biographical Encyclopedia of the

                        Leading Women of Texas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Arizona
.  Dallas: 
                        William T. Tardy, 1938.
*         
Notables.  Vertical files. Tyler Public Library.
%         Obituaries--Men.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
%         Obituaries--Women.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives. 
                        See folder under Family.

            “Oliver Loftin, Smith County, TX.”  Biographical Souvenir of the State of Texas,

                        Containing Biographical Sketches of The Representative Public, and
                        Many Early Settled Families.
  Chicago:  Battey, 1889. 
                        ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/smith/bios/biotx/loftin.txt. 
                       
Accessed 10 March 2006.
*         
Ornelas, Louise Herrington.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folder
                        under Philanthropists.

%         Overton, J. H.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
%         Owens, J. H.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
%         Pabst family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
%         Palmore family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.

           
“Parker Family of Arp, Texas.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/families/parkpics.html.  Accessed 13
                       
March 2006.
%         Parker family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
*%#+   Parker, June T.  “Henry York, Photographer:  Rural East Texas on Camera.” 

                       
Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 23 no. 2 (Winter 1984):  11-22.

*%#+   Parker, June T.  “The Hubbard Family, Plantation, and Cemetery, Lindale,

                       
Texas.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 26 no. 2 (Winter 1987):  42-
                       
44.

           
Partin, SheRita Kae.  Bates Family Ancestors of Smith and Nacogdoches County,

           
            Texas
.  Nacogdoches, TX:  Shoebox Publications, 1990.
*         
Peltier Family and Peltier Chevrolet.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
%         Pennybacker, Anna.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Family.

           
Pennypacker [sic—Pennybacker], Percy V.  "Dictation from Percy V.
                       
Pennypacker:  Tyler, 1998."  Held by the University of California,
                       
Berkeley.
*         
People.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*%#+   Perdue, Dozier Glenn.  “A Little History.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 43
                        (2004):  36-42.
%         Perry family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
%         Peters family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
*         
Philanthropy Day Awards.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
           
Phillips, Betty Lou.  Earl Campbell:  Houston Oiler Superstar.  New York: 
                       
David McKay Company, 1979.
%         Phillips, G. R.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
%         Pierce family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
*%#+   Pinkerton, Gus.  “As I Remember It.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 8 no. 1
                       
(Spring 1969):  1, 6-7.
%         Pirtle, George.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
*         
Pirtle, George.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folder under
                        Philanthropists.

*%#+   Pollan, Howard.  “The Goodman Family.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 5
                       
no. 2 (Fall 1966):  1-15.
*+        Pollard, Edna M.  The Man from Edom.  Fort Worth:  Branch Smith, 1972.
*          Pool, Audrey E.  "Smith County:  History of the Boaz Family."  East Texas
                        Family Records
21 no. 1 (Skpring 1997):  46-53.
*          Pool, Audrey E.  "Smith County--The A. W. Stroud Family."  East Texas Family
                        Records
13 no. 3 (Fall 1989):  37-38.                   
*          Pool, Audrey E.  "Smith County--The James Walton Pool Family."  East Texas
                        Family Records
13 no. 3 (Fall 1989):  31-33.
*          Pool, Audrey E.  "Smith County--The Thomas Benton Boaz Family."  East Texas
                        Family Records
13 no. 3 (Fall 1989):  34-36.
%         Porter-Oden family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.

           
Potter, Elizabeth H.  “Why Are They Less Intelligent?”  Woman’s Journal 3 no. 8
           
            (July 20, 1918):  157.
*%#+   Powell, Fred.  “Al Dexter:  A Story of Life.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas
                       
34 no. 2 (Winter 1995):  1-3.
           
“R. B. Long, Sr., Smith County, TX.”  Biographical Souvenir of the State of

                        Texas, Containing Biographical Sketches of The Representative Public,

                        and Many Early Settled Families.
  Chicago:  Battey, 1889. 
                        ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/smith/bios/biotx/longrb.txt. 
                       
Accessed 10 March 2006.
%         Rainey-Thedford family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Family.
%         Rankin family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
%         Ray family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Family.
%         Reaves family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.

           
“Reverend Alexander Douglas.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/pioneers/douglas.html.  Accessed 13
                       
March 2006.
%         Reynold, Ruth.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.

           
“Richard B. Hubbard Family.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/pioneers/hubbard.html.  Accessed 13
                       
March 2006.
*%#+    “Richard Bennett Hubbard, Centennial Orator.”  Chronicles of Smith County,

                       
Texas
15 no. 1 (Summer 1976):  10-12.
           
“Richard Bennett Hubbard, Smith County, TX.”  Biographical Souvenir of the

                        State of Texas, Containing Biographical Sketches of The Representative
                        Public, and Many Early Settled Families.
  Chicago:  Battey, 1889. 
                        ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/smith/bios/biotx/hubbard.txt. 
                       
Accessed 10 March 2006.
+            
Richardson, Thomas Clarence.  East Texas, Its History and Its Makers.  New
                        York:  Lewis Historical Publishing Co., 1940.  Includes: 
Tomas G. Pollard,
                        v. 4, p. 13-14; Preston Kilgore Birdwell, v. 4, p. 46-47; Dr. Edgar H.
                        Vaughn, v. 4, p. 47; Dabney White, v. 4, p. 48-49; Edmond Patrick McKenna,
                        v. 4, p. 49-50; Dr. Charles Esten Willingham, v. 4, p. 52-53; Ben Davis Clower,
                        v. 4, p. 53-54; Dr. Clayton Shirley, v. 4, p. 57-58; Thomas Boyd Ramey, v. 4,
                        p. 58-59; Dr. W. Howard Bryant, v. 4, p. 59-60; Samuel Leroy Butler, v. 4, p.
                        60-61; William Marion Roberts, v. 4, p. 62-64; John Martin Stephens, v. 4, p.
                        64-65; Zeb J. Spruiell, v. 4, p. 65; Dr. Charles Carroll Crews, v. 4, p. 65-66;
                        Nat W. Brooks, v. 4, p. 66-67; James Sharon Hudnall, v. 4, p. 67-68; William
                        Dewey Lawrence, v. 4, p. 68-69; Harris Charley Cross, v. 4, p. 69; Ernest
                        Sherman Goens, v. 4, p. 70; Dr. Conrad Claiborne McDonald, v. 4, p. 74-75;
                        Frank Bezoni, v. 4, p. 75; Charles Felix Artzt, v. 4, p. 75-76; F. W. Fischer; v. 4,
                        p. 76-77; Oscar Burton, v. 4, p. 77-78; Troy Smith, v. 4, p. 78-79; Augustus
                        Chapman Booty, v. 4, p. 79-80; John Booker Parker, v. 4, p. 80; Louis Lenton
                        James, v. 4, p. 81-82; Dr. Irvin Pope, Jr., v. 4, p. 82; John Henry Herndon, v. 4,
                        p. 88-89; Gus Pinkerton, v. 4, p. 89-90; Harry M. Harrington, Sr., v. 4, p. 90-91;
                        Dr. John Hunter Pope, v. 4, p. 91-92; Claude Samuel Holley, v. 4, p. 105-106;
                        Horace Martin Mills, v. 4, p. 109; John Jiles Pierce, v. 4, p. 109-110; William Scott
                        Hanley, v. 4, p. 110-111; Harold J. Bryant, v. 4, p. 111-112; Forest Lee Sartain,
                        v. 4, p. 112-113; Leo Golenternek, v. 4, p. 113-114; Wilbur Maxey Shieldes, v. 4,
                        p. 116-117; Richard Lee Tayloe, v. 4, p. 119-120; Maxie Wilson, v. 4, p. 120-121;
                        Fred C. Pabst, v. 4, p. 124-126; David Wuntch, v. 4, p. 140-141; Robert Gerald
                        Storey, v. 4, p. 216-217; Samuel Hampson Boren, v. 4, p. 233-235; Clint W.
                        Murchison, v. 4, p. 247-249; Charles Leonidas Porter, v. 4, p. 293-294; Byron
                        James Peasley, v. 4, p. 295-297; Bryan Watson Payne, v. 4, p. 324-325; John Rush
                        Beasley, v. 4, p. 327; Ernest L. Pinkston, v. 4, p. 367-368; Walter Curl Wiley, v. 4,
                        p. 374-375 [with photo]; Elbert Gentry, v. 4, p. 411-412; Alton William Birdwell,
                        v. 4, p. 436-437; Thomas Elam Swann, v. 4, p. 452-453; J. A. Bracken, v. 4, p.
                        457; Robert Walton Simpson, v. 4, p. 466-467; Gordon Simpson, v. 4, p. 467; Peter
                        Gause Lake, v. 4, p. 518; George Robert Rieck, v. 4, p. 542.
*          Richmond, Rebecca.  A Woman of Texas:  Mrs. Percy V. Pennybacker.  San
                        Antonio:  Naylor, 1941.
*         
Riter, A. W. “Dub” Jr.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folder under
                        Philanthropists.

%         Robbins family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.

           
“Robert Ebenezer Gaston and Carrie Caroline Baldwin.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/families/gaston/gastonre.html. 
                       
Accessed 13 March 2006.
           
“Robert Nathaniel Henry Howell Family.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/pioneers/howell.html.  Accessed 13
                       
March 2006.
%        Roberts, O. M.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
           
Roberts, Oran M.  Papers.  University of Texas at Austin.  Center for American
                       
History.
           
Robertson, Arrie S.  "Prominent Men of Tyler and Smith County." Research
                       
paper, Stephen F. Austin State College, 1950.
%        Robertson family."  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
           
Robertson, John C.  "Dictation from John C. Robertson:  Tyler, 1887."  Held by
                       
the University of California, Berkeley.
+          Robinson, John.  “Gall in the Morning.”  Tyler Life 1 no. 6 (March 1985):  42-43. 
                        [Bill Davis]
+          Robinson, John.  “My Turn to Help.”  Tyler Life 1 no. 7 (July 1985):  23-25. 
                        [Manley McCorkle]
*         
Rogers, Bob.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folder under
                        Philanthropists.
*          Roosth, Isadore.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folder under
                        Philanthropists.
*         
Roosth, Sam.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folder under
                        Philanthropists.
*          Roosth, Sol.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folder under
                        Philanthropists.
%         Rowland family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
           
Rowland, H. H.  "Dictation from H. H. Rowland:  Tyler, 1887."  Held by the
                       
University of California, Berkeley.
*          "Roye Family Bible."  East Texas Family Records 2 no. 3 (Fall 1978):  15.
%         Rozell family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
*         
Rudman, M. B.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folder under
                        Philanthropists.

%         Ruggles-Gates Diary.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See Boxes.
%         Russell family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
*%#+   “Sad News.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 21 no. 2 (Winter 1982):  34. 
                       
[funeral notice card for Thomas J. Hays, 1875]
%         Saleh, Albert.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        file under Family. 
*         
Saleh Family.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folder under Tyler’s
                        Distinguished Families.

%         Sanders, Ike.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        file under Family.
*         
Sanders, Isaac (1891-    ).  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
           
“Sarah McLendon.”  Part of the Texas Women's Biofile, Woman’s Collection,
                        Texas Woman’s University.
%         Scarboro, Dorothy.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Family.

           
Selman, B. G.  "Dictation from B. G. Selman:  Tyler, 1887."  Held by the
                       
University of California, Berkeley.
*          "Shadrach Weaver Bible."  Records of East Texas 1 no. 2 (January 1967):
                        55.
%         Shahan, Happy.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Family.

%         Shamburger family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Family.

*          Shamburger, Mildred McKnight.  "Joseph Ray Family."  East Texas Family
                        Records
1 no. 1 (1977):  3-4.
*%#+   Shamburger, Mildred McKnight.  “William H. Ray.”  Chronicles of Smith

                       
County, Texas
11 no. 1 (Spring 1972):  9-10.
*          Shamburger, Mildred McKnight.  "William H. Ray Family."  East Texas Family
                        Records
1 no. 1 (1977):  4-6.
%         Shelton, J. K. P.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Family.
%         Shuttlesworth-Shettlesworth family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical
                        Society Archives.  See folder under Family.
%        Sitton family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
%         Sledge family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.

           
Smallwood, James.  "Banquo's Ghost at the Paris Peace Conference:  The
                       
Hungarian Revolution and the American Delegation." [Tyler's Hampton
                       
Gary was a member of the American negotiating team.]  East European

                       
Quarterly
12 (Fall 1978):  289-307.
*%#+   Smith, Carlos Val.  “Thomas Jefferson Hays:  Smith County Surveyor.” 
                       
Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 4 no. 1 (Spring 1865):  13-17.
*          Smith, Charles D.  A Family Biography:  The Story of Edward Willis & Jonnie

                        Robertson Smith and Their Ten Children
.  N. P., 1954.
           
“A Smith County, Texas, Pioneer:  John Thomas Griffin.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/pioneers/griffin.html.  Accessed 13
                       
March 2006.
%         Smith, Gallatin.  Papers.  Archives, SCHS.
%         Smith, Gen. James.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
%         Smith, George, to Alice Smith, December 8, 1871.  Archives, SCHS.
*         
Smith, J. B. (Sheriff).  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*         
Smith, James (1792-1855).  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
%         Smith, John B.  Papers.  Archives, SCHS.
%         Smith, L. T.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
%         Smith, Lola.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
+          Smoak, David.  “The Tyler Rose at 50.”  Tyler Today (Winter 2005):  106-107. 
                        [Earl Campbell]
*         
Soules, John.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
           
“Southern Suffragists Roused Over Slacker Vote.”  Woman’s Journal 2 no. 7
                       
(January 12, 1918):  132, 137.  Quotes Mrs. Elizabeth Herndon Potter.
%         Spear family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.

+          Speer, William S.  The Encyclopedia of the New West.  Easley, SC:  Southern
                        Historical Press, 1979.  Rpt. of 1881 edition, U.S. Biographical Pub.
                        Co.  Includes:  Richard Bennett Hubbard, pp. 36-40; James P. Douglas,
                        pp. 42-44; Micajah Hubbard Bonner, pp. 106-107; Tignal W. Jones,
                        pp. 157-159; Thomas R. Bonner, p. 210; Stephen Reaves, pp. 323-324;
                        E. T. Broughton, pp. 330-331; John C. Robertson, pp. 334-335; Henry
                        G. Askew, pp. 343-346; George W. Matthews, pp. 350-351; William
                        S. Herndon, pp. 384-385; W. H. Park, pp. 386-387; Ethelbert C.
                        Williams, pp. 477-478; Samuel H. Boren, pp. 545-547; George W.
                        W. Chilton, pp. 560-562; Oran Milo Roberts, pp. 599-600.
           
“Spencer Family of Arp, Texas.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/families/spencer.html.  Accessed 13
                       
March 2006.
%         Spivey family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
*         
Sports—Biography.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
%         Squyers family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
%         Stanley family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.

           
Stark, Theodore Osborn.  Papers, 1862-1868.  Chiefly letters received, 1862-
                       
1864, by Col. Stark of Wilkinson County, Miss., while he was in the
                       
Confederate Army, concerning personal and business matters and local
                       
conditions, from friends in Mississippi, Shreveport, La., Smith County,
                       
Tex., and other locations.  Held in the Southern Historical Collection,
                       
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (#2555).
           
Starley, W.  F.  "Dictation from W. F. Starley:  Tyler, 1888."  Held by University
                       
of California, Berkeley.
           
“Sterling R. Price and Alsista Autrey.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/families/feathrstn/price.html. 
                       
Accessed 13 March 2006.
*          Stewart, Carl Martin.  "Smith County--The Life and Family of Rev. Elijah Milburn
                        Carter."  East Texas Family Records 9 no. 1 (Skpring 1985):  29-31.
*%#+   Stine, Sharon Lee.  “’Colonel’ John Dewberry:  His Life and Myrtle-Vale.” 
                       
Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 12 no. 1 (Summer 1972):  18-23.
%          Stocker family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
*          
Street People.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
%          Stribling, J. H.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
%          Stringer, Felix.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
*%#+    “Sunday Best [photograph of S. Christian Halverson and Fannie U. Roberts,
                       
daughter of Oran Roberts, 1877]  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 15
                       
no. 1 (Summer 1976):  22.
%          Swann family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
*%#+   Swann, Frances Dossett.  “The Swanns of Smith County and Their Businesses.” 
                       
Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 34 no. 1 (Summer 1995):  1-7.
*         
Swann, Thomas R. Family.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folders under
                        Tyler’s Distinguished Families.  See also Family Manuscripts.
%         Swanns of Smith County.  Manuscript.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
%         Swenson, Ella Mae.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Family.

           
“T. J. Bell, M.D.”  Biographical Souvenir of the State of Texas, Containing

                        Biographical Sketches of The Representative Public, and Many Early

                        Settled Families.
  Chicago:  Battey, 1889. 
                       
ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/smith/bios/biotx/belltj.txt. 
                       
Accessed 10 March 2006.

*%#+   Taylor, Everett.  “Thomas Booker Butler:  A Many-Sided Man.”  Chronicles of

                       
Smith County, Texas
18 no. 2 (Winter 1979):  1-5.
%          Taylor family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
*%#+   Taylor, Gus, Jr.  “Taylor Family Photographs.”  Chronicles of Smith County,

                       
Texas
34 no. 1 (Summer 1995):  12.
%          Templeton family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Family.
*            ”Texas.”  The Encyclopedia of the New West.  Edited by William  S. Speer. 
                       
Marshall:  U. S. Biographical Publishing Company, 1881.
           
__________.  Easley, SC:  Southern Historical Press, [1979?]
           
“Texas Members Organize Branch of Congressional Union.”  The Suffragist 4 no.
           
            5 (January 29, 1916):  3.  Mentions Mrs. Elizabeth Herndon Potter.
           
“Thomas Flewellen Family.” 
           
            http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/pioneers/flewellen/flewellen.html. 
           
            Accessed 13 March 2006.
           
“Thomas J. Adams - Smith County, TX.”  Biographical Souvenir of the State of

                        Texas, Containing Biographical Sketches of The Representative Public,
                        and Many Early Settled Families.
  Chicago:  Battey, 1889. 
                        ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/smith/bios/biotx/adamstj.txt.  Accessed 10 March 2006.
           
“Thomas J. Shamberger, Smith County, TX.”  Biographical Souvenir of the State

                        of Texas, Containing Biographical Sketches of The Representative Public,
                        and Many Early Settled Families.
  Chicago:  Battey, 1889. 
                        ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/smith/bios/biotx/shambtj.txt.  Accessed 10 March 2006.
           
“Thomas W. Riddle.”  http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/pioneers/riddle.html. 
                       
Accessed 13 March 2006.
%         Thompson family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
%         Thorn family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.

           
Thornton, Thomas H.  "Dictation from Thomas H. Thornton:  Tyler, 1887."  Held
           
            by the University of California, Berkeley.
*%#+   “Tignal W. Jones.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 11 no. 1 (Spring 1972): 
           
            44-45.
%          Tippit family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Family.
%         Tunnell family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Family.
*           Turman, Thomas.  The Turmans of Smith County, Texas.  [Tyler, TX]:  Turman,
           
            1988.
           
Turner, Charles H. B.  "Dictation from Charles H. B. Turner:  Tyler, 1998."  Held
           
            by the University of California, Berkeley.
*%#+   Turner, Dean W.  “Major John Dean.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 3 no. 2
           
            (Fall 1964):  21-24.
*#+      Turner, Martha A. and Jean S. Duncan.  Richard Bennett Hubbard:  An American

           
            Life
.  Austin:  Shoal Creek Publishers, 1979.
           
Turner, Pat.  “Frank Martin:  Tyler’s Answer to Burt Parks?”  Tyler Life 1 no. 1
                        (October 1984):  34.
           
Turner, S. W.  "Dictation from S. W. Turner:  Tyler, 1887."  Held by the
           
            University of California, Berkeley.
*          The Tyler Rose:  The Legend of Earl Campbell, Texas' Greatest Running Back

           
           
[videorecording].  Houston, TX:  Texas Video & Post, 1991.
*         
Tyler’s Distinguished Families.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
+          “Tyler’s Vandy Jordan Cheers for Dallas.”  Tyler Today (Spring 2004):  36-37.
           
United States.  Congress.  Senate.  Declaration of International Naval 

           
            Conference, Signed by the Delegates of the United States … Together With
           
            an Opinion of Hon. Cone Johnson … Relative to the Transfer of Merchant
           
            Ships During War
.  Washington:  Government Printing Office, 1914.
*         
Vaughn, Jim & Bonnabess.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folders under
                        Philanthropists.

           
“W. J. Goodman, M.D., Tyler, Smith County, TX.”  Biographical Souvenir of the

                        State of Texas, Containing Biographical Sketches of The Representative

                        Public, and Many Early Settled Families.
  Chicago:  Battey, 1889. 
                        ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/smith/bios/biotx/godmnwj.txt.  Accessed
                        10 March 2006.
*          Wad
e, David.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*         
Wadel, Helen.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folders under Philanthropists.
%         Walker family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
%         Walston family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
%         Walters family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
           
Waters, Carolyn.  “Gertrude Windsor Remembers…”  Tyler Today (Spring 1995): 
                        33-35.
%         Watson, B. B. and Martha.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Family.
           
Wells, E. H.  "Dictation from E. H. Wells:  Tyler, 1887."  Held by the University
           
            of California, Berkeley.
%         White, Dabney.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
%         White, Jack.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
*         
White, Jack & Dorothy Fay.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folders
                        under Philanthropists.

*%#+  White, Mastin G. and Jack White.  “Brady Gentry, Democrat, Texas.”  Chronicles

           
            of Smith County, Texas
14 no. 2 (Winter 1975):  62-71.
           
Whiteside, Elizabeth Finley Brooks and Thomas Clayton.  Lizzie's Letters, 1900-

                        1962.   
[Winona, TX:  E. W. Walters, 1998].
*          Widener, Ralph W.  William Henry Gaston:  A Builder of Dallas.  Dallas: 
                       
Historical Pub. Co., 1977.  [originally from Tyler]
*%#+    Wilkins, James.  “A. A. Holt, A Man & His World.”  Chronicles of Smith County,

                       
Texas
15 no. 1 (Summer 1976):  75-79.
*%#+    Wilkins, James.  “F. Lee Lawrence, 1926-1996.”  Chronicles of Smith County,

                        Texas
35 no. 1 (Summer 1996):  5.
*%#+    Wilkins, James.  “No Braver or Better Man.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas

                       
7 no. 2 (Fall 1968):  31-35.  [Nicholas Wren]

*%#+    Wilkins, James.  “Shorty” [Ira Burre Billingsley].  Chronicles of Smith County,

                        Texas
43 (2004):  14-15.
           
“Will Lead Texas Again.”  Woman’s Journal 1 no. 5 (June 30, 1917):  91. 
                       
Includes Mrs. Elizabeth Herndon Potter.
%         Willett family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.

           
“William S. Thomas-- Cooke, Nacogdoches and Smith Counties, TX.” 

                        Biographical Souvenir of the State of Texas, Containing Biographical

                        Sketches of The Representative Public, and Many Early Settled Families.
 
                       
Chicago:  Battey, 1889. 
                       
ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/smith/bios/biotx/thomasws.txt. 
                       
Accessed 10 March 2006.

           
“William Thedford and Amanda Jane Satterfield.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/families/feathrstn/thedford.html. 
                       
Accessed 13 March 2006.
           
Williams, Bobby.  “The Walker Family.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/pioneers/walker/walkerws.html. 
                       
Accessed 13 March 2006.
*         
Williams, James.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folder under Emmett
                        Scott High School.

*%#+   Williamson, Billy.  “A Record that Yet Stands.”  Chronicles of Smith County,

                       
Texas
15 no. 1 (Summer 1976):  80.
           
Willis, Ed B.  "Dictation from Ed B. Willis:  Tyler, 1887."  Held by the
           
            University of California, Berkeley.
+          Willis, Patrick.  “Keeping in Stride:  After 54 Years, Tyler’s Norman Shtofman Steps
                        Out of the Shoe Business.” Tyler Today (Fall 2003):  11-12.
*         
Wilson, Dooley.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folder under Black
                        History.

#          Wilson, Henry.  "Daughter of the South Reminisces."  Tyler-Courier-Times—

           
            Telegraph
, n.d.  Newspaper clipping.  Texas Collection, Archives, Tyler
           
            Junior College.
%         Windsor family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
*         
Windsor, Gertrude & W. C.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folder under
                        Philanthropists.
*          Windsor, W. C. Awards.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Wise, Watson.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folder under
                        Philanthropists.
*          Wisenbakers, Royce & Petey.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folder
                        under Philanthropists.

%         Witt, Doc.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
*          
Woldert, Albert, M. D.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
%          Woldert family.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
*         
Woldert, John George & Woldert Family.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
            
“The Woman in Command.”  Woman’s Journal 2 no. 8 (January 19, 1918):  156. 
           
            Mentions Mrs. Elizabeth Herndon Potter.
*         
Women.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
%         Women--Local.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.
%          Wood, S. D.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.  See also Boxes.

+           Wooten, Dudley G.  "The Life and Services of Oran M. Roberts."  Texas State

           
            Historical Quarterly
2 (July 1898):  1-20.
%         Wray, Ray.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Family.

           
Yoakum, Franklin L.  “Franklin L. Yoakum Papers:  Tyler, Texas, 1886-1887.” 
                       
Dictation and partial draft of a revised edition of the History of Texas
                        (New York, 1856), written by his brother, Henderson King Yoakum
                        (1810-1856).  Franklin L. Yoakum, born in Tennessee, was a college
                        president in Cherokee County, Texas, until the Civil War, then Botanist
                        and Mineralogist of the Trans-Mississippi Department of the Confederate
                        States of America. After the war he engaged with the International &
                        Great Northern Railway Company in collecting specimens of products and
                        minerals of Texas for exhibition at centennial expositions.  Held by
                        University of California, Berkeley.  
%         York, Henry & Ola.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Family.
%         Yost, C. B.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Family.

BIRTH RECORDS
           
Smith County.  County Clerk's Office, 200 East Ferguson, Tyler, TX, has birth
                       
records from 1903 for births which occurred outside the city limits of
                       
Tyler.
           
Northeast Texas Public Health District,815 North Broadway, Tyler, has birth and
                       
death records for the City of Tyler, back to 1910 and a few prior to that. 
                       
Birth certificates are not public record until 50 years from the date of birth. 
                       
The Health District also has computer access to birth records for the state
                       
of Texas from the year 1925.
*          Index to Birth Records—Texas.  Microfilm at Tyler Public Library.
*          Index to Probate Birth Records.  Microfilm at Tyler Public Library.  
*          "Some 1873, 1874, 1875, 1876 Birth Records."  East Texas Family Records 9
                        no. 2 (Summer 1985):  33-39.

BUSINESS
*%#+    Albright, Jim.  “…Because All Wanted A Good Bank:  A Short History of the

                       
Citizens First National Bank of Tyler.”  Chronicles of Smith County,

                       
Texas
14 no. 2 (Winter 1975):  31-42, back cover.
%         Baer, J. M.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Business.
%         Banks.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Business.
*         
Banks.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
%         Barber and Beauty Shops.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Business.
           
Barron, Shelley.  “Cavender’s Boot City:  Boot Stompin’ Stupendous.”  Tyler Today
                        (Winter 1992):  11.
*%#+   Barry, Edd.  “Edd Barry Meat Company.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 28

                       
no. 2 (Winter 1989):  1-7.

            BBB Bulletin
.  [Tyler, TX:  Better Business Bureau of Central East Texas,] 2003-
*%#+   Beall, Alex.  “Gulf State Lumber Company.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas
                        43 (2004):  30-33.
*         
Bed and Breakfast.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*%#+  Bentinck, Catherine Ann.  “Geo. Bentinck & His Little Red Market.”  Edited by

                       
Howard O. Pollan.  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 14 no. 1 (Summer
                       
1975):  1-7.
+          “Better Business Bureau Celebrating 15 Years of Service to East Texans.”  Tyler
                        Today
(Winter 2000):  11-13.
*%#+   Betts, Vicki, comp.  “Early Smith County Businesses.” Chronicles of Smith

                       
County, Texas
31 no. 2 (Winter 1992):  21, 31, , 40-41.
*%#+   Betts, Vicki.  “Newspaper Notes, a Continuation:  Gleaning Smith County

                 
      Happenings from Area Newspapers:  Businesses & Communications.” 
                 
      Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 32 no. 1 (Summer 1993):  24-36. 

                       
[1860-1875]
%         Blackstone Hotel.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See Boxes. 
*         
Blackstone Hotel.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.                      
*%#+  “Blackstone Hotel Employees of the Period.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas
           
            13 no. 2 (Winter 1974):  25.  [1932-1937]  
           
Blanton, Burt C.  "Industrial and Economic Survey of the City of Tyler and Smith
           
            County, Texas."  Typescript.  Prepared for Texas Power & Light
           
            Company, Dallas, Texas, 1931.  Copy held at Dallas Public Library.
%         Bookstores.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Business.
*%#+  Boucher, James.  “Dozier Boarding House.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas
           
            33 no. 2 (Winter 1994):  3.
           
Bratcher, Luther Burbank.  “The Effects of Wearing a Lifting Belt on Lumbar
                        Curvature in Subjects Performing the Routine Back Squat.”  M.Ed.
                        dissertation, Stephen F. Austin State University, 1996. (check)
*         
Broadway Square Mall.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*%#+  Bronough, Frank.  “The Blackstone Hotel.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas
                       
25 no. 1 (Summer 1986):  32-41.
*         
Brookshire Grocery Company.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
            Brookshire Grocery Company.  Update:  The Story of  Brookshire Grocery
                        Company
.  [Tyler:  The Company, 1980s?].
%        Brookshires.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Business.
%         Brown Derby.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Business.
%         Bryan the Bookman.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Business.

*%#+  “A Building from Our Past” [Old Shoe Restaurant].  Chronicles of Smith County, 

                       
Texas
33 no. 1 (Summer 1994):  39.
+          Burton, Morris S.  “The Best Little House in Tyler!”  Tyler Life 2 no. 1 (October
                        1985):  48-52.  [Bawdy house off North Fannin St.]
*%#+   Burton, Morris S.  “Tyler’s Bawdy House.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas
                       
32 no. 1 (Summer 1993):  1-7.
*         
Business and Industry—1980-1989.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Business and Industry—1990-1999.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Business and Industry—2000-2010.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  Includes
                        general information on industry and growth.
*          Business Book.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.

*         
Business—Histories.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
%         Business history, Fred Hix.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Business.
*         
Business Locations—Tyler Square 1904, 1910, 1932.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public
                        Library.

%         Businesses, Miscellaneous.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Business.
%         Businessmen Bios.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Business.

*%#+   “Butchers."  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 31 no. 1 (Summer 1992):  back
                       
cover.
%          Butchers and Grocers.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Business.
*          
Butler, T. B., Publishing.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
%          Cabinet Makers.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Business.
*          
Cable Channel.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*%#+    “Café From Our Past” [Dike’s Café, 1950].  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas
                       
33 no. 2 (Winter 1994):  25.
%         Caldwell, Hughes, etc.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives. 
                        See folder under Business. 
+          Campbell, Bryan.  “The Grande Dame of East Texas.”  Tyler Today (Winter 1993): 
                        14-17.  [Blackstone Hotel]
*          
Carlton Hotel.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*%#+   Carothers, Leo.  “A Boomer Comes to Smith County.”  Chronicles of Smith

                       
County, Texas
13 no. 2 (Winter 1974):  27-28.
%         Citizens Bank.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Business.
*         
Citizens First National Bank.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
%         Clothing, Dry Goods, Shoes.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society
                        Archives.  See folder under Business.
*         
Coca-Cola Company.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Coffeehouses.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.

%         Construction Companies and Supplies.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society
                        Archives.  See folder under Business.
%         Cottonmill.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Business.
*         
Cox Communications, Inc.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Craftsmen.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.

%         Credit Union.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Business.

            Deakins, Sue.  “Forging Ahead.”  Tyler Today (Winter 1994):  9-10.  [Brass Lion]
            Deakins, Sue.  “Keeping a Watch on Tyler.”  Tyler Today (Summer 1995):  21-23. 
                        [Murphey the Jeweler]
            Deakins, Sue.  “Mighty Amazing Simms.”  Tyler Today (Fall 1996):  11-13. [M. A.
                        Simms]
            Deakins, Sue.  “Squyres’ Wyres.”  Tyler Today (Spring 1995):  17-19.
            Deakins, Sue.  “Still Open—After All These Years!”  Tyler Today (Spring 1996): 
                        50-51.  [Murphey the Jeweler, Swann Furniture, Lloyd James Funeral Home,
                        Boren Abstract, Bergfeld Insurance and Realty]
%         Delta Bankruptcy.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Business.
%         Delta Drilling.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Business.
*          Delta Drilling Company.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
+          Denniston, George, Jr.  “How Sweet It Is!”  Tyler Today (Winter 1993):  8-10. 
                        [Lindale Candy Company, Tyler Candy Company, Flint Candy Company]
%         Department and Chain Stores.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society
                        Archives.  See folder under Business.
*         
Dr. Pepper Bottling Works.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
%         Drug and Pharmacies.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Business.
%         Dry Cleaners and Laundries.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society
                        Archives.  See folder under Business.
*%#+   “Dun’s List:  Tyler Credit Ratings, 1909.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 33
                       
no. 1 (Summer 1994):  24-25.
*            Dynamics of Commercial  Establishments.  Detroit:  R. L. Polk, [1979?].  Tyler
                        statistics.
*%#+   “Early Smith County Insurance Company.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas
                        37 no. 2 (Winter 1998):  7.
*         
East Texas Community Investment Group.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
%         Edelman & Morton.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Business.
%         El Charro.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Business.
+          Fair, Janet.  “A Dream Comes True for Penas:  Premier Fitness Opens New Facility.”
                        Tyler Today
(Winter 2003):  94-96.
+          Fair, Janet.  “55 Years in ‘Downtown Tyler’:  King Chevrolet & Jack King, Sr.
                        Continue Family Traditions.”  Tyler Today (Winter 2003):  19-22.
            Fair, Janet.  “The Ranch at 7 Mile Hill:  Truly Destined.”  Tyler Today (Winter 2004): 
                        82-83.
+          Fair, Janet Drake.  “Chez Bazan French Bakery & Café:  A Father’s Legacy.”  Tyler
                        Today
(Fall 2002):  93-94, 97.
+          Fair, Janet Drake.  “Tyler’s Petrofac:  Partner in a Billion Dollar Deal.”  Tyler
                        Today
(Fall 2000):  19-22, 24.
%         Farm and Ranch Supplies.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Business.
+          Faubion, R. D.  “Greenberg Turkeys:  “A Class Act.”  Tyler Today (Winter 1991): 
                        36-38.
+          Faubion, R. D.  “KLTV:  Celebrating Four Decades of Broadcasting.”  Tyler Today
                       
(Fall 1994):  9-10.
+          Faubion, R. D.  “Story-Wright, Inc.:  The Tradition Continues.”  Tyler Today
                        (Summer 1994):  11.
*%#+   “50th Anniversary Celebrating 50 Years of Fashion Leadership:  Mayer &
                       
Schmidt.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 14 no. 2 (Winter 1975):  1-
                       
8.  [reprint of Tyler Courier-Times-Telegraph, March 5, 1939]
*         
First City National Bank of Tyler.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folder
                        under Banks.

*#        Fleet, Robert.  Byrd Pottery, Tyler, Texas:  An Identification Guide.  Tyler:  R.
                        Fleet, 1991.
*#+      Fleet, Robert.  "Commerce and Industry—The Last One Hundred Years."  In
                       
Glover and Cross, eds.  Tyler and Smith County, 105-134.
*%#+   Fleet, Robert.  “Money of the Merchants.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 11
                       
no. 1 (Spring 1972):  31-35.
*%#+   Fleet, Robert.  “The Saloons of Tyler, Texas, 1847-1901.”  Chronicles of Smith

                       
County, Texas
12 no. 1 (Summer 1972):  32-40.
%         Florists.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Business.
*%#+   Frederick, Frazier.  “The Big Four.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 9 no. 1
                       
(Spring 1970):  8-11.  [Caldwell, Hughes, DeLay & Allen]
%         Funeral Homes.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Business.
*         
Funeral Homes.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          General Electric—Tyler News.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.

*%#+   Gentry, A. C.  “Boarding House Row:  Artist A. C. Gentry Recreates the 300
                        Block of North Spring Street in Tyler About 1930.”  Chronicles of Smith

                        County, Texas
42 (2003):  30-31.
+           “Gilbert’s El Charro Restaurant:  A Tyler Tradition for 60 Years!”  Tyler Today
                        (Fall 2003):  139.
%         Goldstein and Brown.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Business.
%         Good's Pharmacy.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Business.
*         
Greenberg Turkeys.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*%#+   Greer, Jane Judge.  “A History of Tyler Electric Company.”  Chronicles of Smith

                       
County, Texas
7 no. 1 (Spring 1968):  37-41.
           
Grand Opening Plan Outline for the Peoples National Bank of Tyler, Texas: 

                       
Held February 28-March 1, 1981
.  Tyler:  Peoples National Bank, 1981.
%         Gulf States (Chronister).  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Business.
+          Hansard, Donna Steph.  “TV Wars.”  Tyler Life 1 no. 7 (July 1985):  58-60.
%         Hardware Stores.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Business.
%         Hefflers.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Business.
*%#+   “Hello Central.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 20 no. 2 (Winter 1981):  34. 
                       
[photo of switchboard, Tyler office of Southwestern Bell, 1914]
*          A History of Arp State Bank, Arp, Texas, 1911-1976.  Arp:  Arp State Bank, 1976.
%         Hotels, Miscellaneous.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Business.
%         Household Furniture and Appliances.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society
                        Archives.  See folder under Business.
%         Insurance Companies.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Business.
*         
Interfirst Bank Tyler.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Jackson, Kenneth A. The Kelly-Springfield Story.  Edited by Gerald N. Hess. 
                       
Cumberland MD:  Kelly-Springfield Tire Co., 1988.
%         Jewelers.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Business.

*%#+   Kennedy, Johnnye Pierce.  “Movie Theaters in Tyler:  The First Forty Years.” 
                       
Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 24 no. 2 (Winter 1985):  19-36.
           
King, Barbara.  “Let’s Make a Deal….The Men Behind the Car Dealerships of
                        Tyler.”  Tyler Today (Summer 1997):  13-16.
*         
King Chevrolet & King Family.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
            Krantz, Laura.  "Integrating Performance Measurement with Business Planning:
                        The Successful Tyler Experience."  Texas Town and City 92 no.9
                        (September 2005):  28-31.
%         Leibreich.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Business.
%         Lewis Hotel.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Business.
*%#+   “Lipstate’s Store, Fall ’04.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 14 no. 1 (Summer
                       
1975):  12.
%         Lloyd James Funeral Home.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society
                        Archives.  See folder under Business.
%         Lumber Companies.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives. 
                        See folder under Business.

           
Manpower Trends:  Tyler Area.  [Austin?]:  Texas Employment Commission,
                        1900s-1977.
           
Mardock, Julian.  The Levee:  A Nostalgic Look at Tyler’s Railside Business

                        District
.  [Dallas:  The author, 1950s].  Held by the University of Texas at
                        Austin.
*%#+   Mardock, Julian.  “The Levee:  A Nostalgic Look at Tyler’s Railside Business
                       
District.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 10 no. 1 (Spring 1971):  42-
                       
53.
*%#+   Mardock, Lucille.  “W. Z.’s Last Hack.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 17
                       
no. 1 (Summer 1978):  62-63.
*%#+   Marsh, H. B.  “Address of Mr. H. B. Marsh, Chairman of the Board, The Citizens
                       
National Bank of Tyler . . . Celebrating the Establishment of a Million 
                       
Dollar Capital Structure, Friday, May Nineteenth, Nineteen Hundred
                       
Thirty-Nine. . .”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 10 no. 2 (Fall 1971): 
                       
14-16.
%         Mayer and Schmidt.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Business.
+          McIntosh, Debora and Debbie Sallee.  “KLTV:  Going Places in East Texas for Half
                        a Century.”  Tyler Today (Fall 2004):  52-56.
*         
Merchants.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
           
Moving and Storage Wage Survey, Shreveport, Texarkana, and Tyler, La.-Ark.-

                        Tex.
  [Washington, DC]:  United States.  Bureau of Labor Statistics,
                        1990s-
%         National Security Bank.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Business.
%         Neil Simpson Drug Stores.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Business.

           
Newburn, Deborah Jean.  "An Analysis of Store Security in Selected Retail Firms
                       
in Tyler, Texas..."  M.A. thesis, Texas Woman's University, 1981.
%         Nursery and Landscape.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Business.
+          “Of Diamonds and  Bikes:  For Tyler’s Oldest Business, the Two Do, Indeed, Mix.”
                        Tyler Life
2 no. 1 (October 1985):  46-47.  [Murphey the Jeweler]
*%#+   “Pages from Our Past/1929.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 22 no. 1
                       
(Summer 1983):  28.  [pages of 1929 telephone directory, from “potato
                       
chip business” to “transfer companies”
*         
Peltier Family and Peltier Chevrolet.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
%         Peoples Bank.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Business.
%         Photographers.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Business.
*         
Photographers.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*%#+   “A Picture from Our Past.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 20 no. 1 (Summer
                       
1981):  36.  [1913 photo of “hustlers for Moore Grocery Company”]
*%#+   “A Picture from Our Past.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 37 no. 2 (Winter
                        1998):  back cover.  [Mid-City Hotel and Midget Cafe No. 2, 1946]
*%#+    “Pictures From Our Past.” Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 28 no. 1 (Summer
                       
1989):  33.  [interior of Tyler Hardware Company, about 1916]
*%#+    “Pictures From Our Past.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 31 no. 2 (Winter
                       
1992):  23.  [Loggins Restaurant, Brown Derby Drive-in Café]
*         
Pittsburgh Corning Corporation, Tyler, TX—New Yorker articles, 1973.  Vertical files. 
                        Tyler Public Library.

%         Potteries.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Business.
*#+      Presley, James.  Never in Doubt:  A History of Delta Drilling Company.  Houston: 
                       
Gulf Publishing Co., 1981.
%         Printing and Office Supply.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Business.

           
Progressive Tyler.  Tyler, TX:  Chamber of Commerce, 1952-?  Held by
                        University of Texas at Austin.
%         Radio, TV and Cable.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Business.
%         Real Estate.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Business.
*         
Restaurants.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
%         Restaurants and Cafes.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Business.
*         
Riviere Mineral Water Company.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
+          “Rosewood Studies in Tyler, Texas!!!”  Tyler Today (Fall 1998):  14-15.
+          Saul, Charles.  “Celebrity Inc.:  Grown in Tyler.”  Tyler Today (Spring 1992):  11.
%         Service Stations.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Business.
%         Shanghi Jimmy.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Business.
+          “Sinclair & Wright Celebrate 25 Years.”  Tyler Today (Summer 1999):  28-29.
%         Southern Ice.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Business.
*         
Southern Ice Company.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folder under
                        Tyler Ice Factory.

%         Stringer, Felix.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Business.
*         
Swann’s Furniture Gallery.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
%         Technology Co.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Business.
*%#+   “The Telephone Company in Smith County, 1886-1900.”  Chronicles of Smith

                        County, Texas
30 no. 2 (Winter 1991):  18.
*         
Television Stations.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
           
Texas Department of Insurance.  The Texas Automobile Rate Guide for

                       
Automobile Insurance, Territory 43—Smith County, 1993-94
.  Austin, TX: 
                       
The Department, [1993].
%         Transport Cos.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Business.

+          “Tyler Beverages, Inc.:  Just What the Dr Ordered!”  Tyler Today (Summer 1993): 
                    15.
*         
Tyler Bottling Companies.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
%         Tyler Candy Co.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Business.

*          Tyler Economic Development Council.  Tyler Office Market Survey.  Tyler:  The
                       
Council, 1994-
*          Tyler Ice Factory.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Tyler Junior College.  Career Planning and Placement Services.  Jobs in Tyler. 
                       
Tyler:  Tyler Junior College, 1999.

*%#+   “Tyler’s First Drive-In Movie.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 36 no. 1
                        (Summer 1997):  back cover.
*%#+   Umberger, Jewel and Arthur L. Umberger.  “Tyler Bottles.”  Chronicles of Smith

                       
County, Texas
9 no. 1 (Spring 1970):  54-57, back cover.
           
United States.  Federal Insurance Administration.  Flood Insurance Study:  City of

                        Tyler, Texas, Smith County
.  [Washington]:  Federal Emergency
                        Management Agency, Federal Insurance Administration, 1980.
           
Upchurch, Nathaniel Lee.  “Internship at GPX Operating Company, Inc., Tyler,
                       
Texas.”  B.S. thesis, Baylor University, 2000.
%         Wadel Connally.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See Boxes.
           
Waters, Carolyn.  “Happy Birthday, KETK-Region 56 TV!”  Tyler Today (Spring
                        1997):  15-17.
%         Wells Fargo.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Business.
*%#+   Weltig, A. Al.  “The Gas Company at Tyler.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas
                       
20 no. 1 (Summer 1981):  45-47.

            “Where There’s Smoke…”  Tyler Today (Spring 1997):  18-22.  [cigar stores in
                        Tyler]
*         
Whistle Stop Ranch.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*%#+   Wilkins, James.  “The Clyde Boarding House.”  Chronicles of Smith County,

                       
Texas
  33 no. 2 (Winter 1994):  1-2, cover.
*%#+   Wilkins, James.  “A Drive-In From Our Past.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas
                        38 no. 2 (Winter 1999):  18.  [Uncle Louis’ Drive-In, 1950s]
*%#+   Wilkins, James.  “The Mecca Cafe.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 40 no. 2
                        (Winter 2001):  50.
*%#+   Wilkins, James.  “A Picture from Our Past.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas
                        [Pete’s Cafe, mid 1950s]