[Southern Pine Lumber Company Commissary - Second Floor]

[Southern Pine Lumber Company Commissary - Second Floor]

Date: 1907
Creator: American Lumberman
Description: Photograph of the second floor in the Southern Pine Lumber Company commissary showing furniture, men's clothing, and company employees. Built in 1901, this was the company's fourth commissary, the first being built in 1894, the second in 1898, and the third in early 1901 which was later destroyed by fire. The fourth commissary was originally 3,226 square feet but a 1902 addition increased the size to 5,612 square feet. The second story was added in 1907 which increased the size of the floor space to 10,384 square feet. The first floor contained the general store and the second floor held furniture and men's furnishing goods. W. P. Rutland was the manager and eleven others were employed. This commissary was replaced by a new one on the same site in 1923, which lasted until it was torn down in 2004.
Contributing Partner: The History Center
[Camp 1 Company Store]

[Camp 1 Company Store]

Date: 1907
Creator: American Lumberman
Description: Photograph of the interior of the Southern Pine Lumber Company commissary at camp 1. Camp 1 was near the Rayville Ranch site in Trinity County, Texas, about 13 miles northwest of Diboll. It replaced the Angelina County camp called Lindsey Springs, and lasted from about 1907-1912.
Contributing Partner: The History Center
[Southern Pine Lumber Company Commissary - First Floor]

[Southern Pine Lumber Company Commissary - First Floor]

Date: 1907
Creator: American Lumberman
Description: Photograph of the first floor of the Southern Pine Lumber Company commissary. Built in 1901, this was the company's fourth commissary, the first being built in 1894, the second in 1898, and the third in early 1901 which was later destroyed by fire. The fourth commissary was originally 3,226 square feet but a 1902 addition increased the size to 5,612 square feet. The second story was added in 1907 which increased the size of the floor space to 10,384 square feet. The first floor contained the general store and the second floor held furniture and men's furnishing goods. W. P. Rutland was the manager and eleven others were employed. This commissary was replaced by a new one on the same site in 1923, which lasted until it was torn down in 2004.
Contributing Partner: The History Center
[Southern Pine Lumber Company Commissary]

[Southern Pine Lumber Company Commissary]

Date: 1907
Creator: American Lumberman
Description: Photograph of the Southern Pine Lumber Company commissary which included an express office, post office, and drug store. Built in 1901, this was the company's fourth commissary, the first being built in 1894, the second in 1898, and the third in early 1901 which was later destroyed by fire. The fourth commissary was originally 3,226 square feet but a 1902 addition increased the size to 5,612 square feet. The second story was added in 1907 which increased the size of the floor space to 10,384 square feet. The first floor contained the general store and the second floor held furniture and men's furnishing goods. W. P. Rutland was the manager and eleven others were employed. This commissary was replaced by a new one on the same site in 1923, which lasted until it was torn down in 2004.
Contributing Partner: The History Center
[Southern Pine Lumber Company Employees outside of the Commissary]

[Southern Pine Lumber Company Employees outside of the Commissary]

Date: 1907
Creator: American Lumberman
Description: Photograph of Southern Pine Lumber Company employees outside of the company commissary, standing along the Southern Pacific Railroad tracks. This photograph was taken on November 4, 1907. Built in 1901, this was the company's fourth commissary, the first being built in 1894, the second in 1898, and the third in early 1901 which was later destroyed by fire. The fourth commissary was originally 3,226 square feet but a 1902 addition increased the size to 5,612 square feet. The second story was added in 1907 which increased the size of the floor space to 10,384 square feet. The first floor contained the general store and the second floor held furniture and men's furnishing goods. W. P. Rutland was the manager and eleven others were employed. This commissary was replaced by a new one on the same site in 1923, which lasted until it was torn down in 2004.
Contributing Partner: The History Center
[Southern Pine Lumber Company Commissary Interior]

[Southern Pine Lumber Company Commissary Interior]

Date: 1903
Creator: American Lumberman
Description: Photograph of the interior of the Southern Pine Lumber Company commissary in 1903. Stocking almost everything carried by a modern "superstore" as well as such items as fiddle strings, horse collars, coffins and caskets, it was a complete shopping center and mall under one roof. It also contained doctor offices, a drug store, and the post office.
Contributing Partner: The History Center
[Camp 2 Store Interior]

[Camp 2 Store Interior]

Date: 1907
Creator: American Lumberman
Description: Photograph of the interior of the company store at Southern Pine Lumber Company camp 2. The camp was in the vicinity of Iris in Trinity County and operated from about 1907-1912.
Contributing Partner: The History Center
80th Texas Legislature, Regular Session, House Bill 1780, Chapter 230

80th Texas Legislature, Regular Session, House Bill 1780, Chapter 230

Date: 2007-03/2007-05
Creator: Texas. Legislature. House of Representatives.
Description: Bill introduced by the Texas House of Representatives relating to the audit of a county jail's commissary operations.
Contributing Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department