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The Palacios Beacon

The Palacios Beacon

Published near the coast of Texas, the Palacios Beacon began publication in 1907. The publishing office is the oldest continuously-run business in the community of Palacios, which is known as "The City by The Sea."

The Palestine Daily Herald

The Palestine Daily Herald

In 1902, William M. and H.V. Hamilton inaugurated the Palestine Daily Herald and set to work creating the city's leading paper. The Daily Herald was a Democratic paper, issued every afternoon except Sunday. Each edition featured eight pages measuring 15 x 22 inches; a weekly subscription cost ten cents, while an annual subscription cost five dollars. The Daily Herald had 900 subscribers in 1903 and 1,200 in 1910, when the population of Palestine stood at 9,773. The paper also covered news in the nearby communities of Nacogdoches and Tyler.

Palo Pinto County Album

Palo Pinto County Album

This ongoing collection is a compilation of photographs and memorabilia documenting the history of Palo Pinto County and its people. As a community album it is comprised solely of items belonging to individuals of the Palo Pinto County area. In an effort to document as much of the history that is held by individuals and families with ties to the county, this album was created to accommodate those in the community that have items of historic value and wish to contribute no matter how small their collection.

Palo Pinto County Newspapers

Palo Pinto County Newspapers

Presented by the Boyce Ditto Public Library, the Palo Pinto County Newspaper Collection represents the communities of Palo Pinto, Fort Wolters, and Mineral Wells.

Panhandle Herald

Panhandle Herald

Henry Harold Brooks established the Panhandle Herald in a tent at Panhandle, Texas on July 22. 1887. The paper is the oldest continuously published newspaper in the Texas panhandle. It is issued weekly, but for a short time in the 1920's the paper was issued semi-weekly. The Panhandle Herald is presented by the Carson County Library.

Photographing Texas

Photographing Texas

Photographing Texas consists of modern-day images taken by our staff as they travel across Texas. Subjects include Texas scenery, wildlife, county courthouses, State Parks, National Parks, libraries, museums, historic sites, outdoor murals, architecture, monuments, and historic plaques -- a little bit of everything Texas!

Photographing UNT

Photographing UNT

The University of North Texas Libraries and Digital Projects Unit present their collection of photographs and artwork in the collection Photographing UNT. The images depict various buildings, events, and ceremonies from the University.

Pictorial History of Fort Wolters

Pictorial History of Fort Wolters

This multi-volume collection of photographs documents the history of Fort Wolters from its inception as a National Guard Training Center in 1921 through its high point as the U.S. Army Primary Helicopter Training Center/School to its closing, as Fort Wolters, in 1974 The collection was compiled by Col. Willie H. Casper, Jr., from public sources and declassified government photographs and documents. Col. Casper was the deputy commander of Fort Wolters from 1965 to 1971.

Port Arthur Yearbooks

Port Arthur Yearbooks

The Port Arthur Public Library presents its collection of yearbooks for four high schools in Port Arthur, Texas dating from 1912 to the 1990's. The yearbooks feature information about the students, teachers, and organizations at the schools.

The Prism

The Prism

The Prism began publication on September 30, 1915 as a weekly newspaper and continued until 1923, when it was replaced by the currently published campus newspaper, The Yellow Jacket. As a historical record, nothing can quite compare with a campus newspaper for noting significant events in the life of the school, the community, and the world. This early newspaper is a priceless treasure of information about campus life and personalities, as well as a reflection of the way of life and values of past generations.

Texas Posten

Texas Posten

With its premiere issue published on April 18, 1896, the Texas Posten was the first Swedish-language newspaper printed in Texas. The longest-surviving Swedish-Texan newspaper, the Texas Posten closed its doors in 1982 after nearly 100 years of publication.